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New cost audit - industries


Vasupradha S (Qualified CMA)     30 September 2014

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Friends,

Please let me know , which industries are covered under the cost audit rules as per the Companies Act 2013 , in detail.....Industries, CApital and turnovver limit, Procedure of Appointment....all regarding cost audit?

And the opportunities in Healthcare industry?

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Santhosh Poojary (SIEMPRE AHÍ PARA TI)     09 October 2014

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Companies engaged in sectors such as healthcare, education and construction will now have to follow a strict audit regime.

Applicability of Cost records

.No` Class of Company Industries Covered Threshold limits
1 Class A- Companies engaged in production of goods in Strategic Sectors i. Machinery and mechanical appliances used in defence, space and atomic energy
sectors excluding any ancillary item or itemsii. Turbo jets and turbo propellers

 

iii. Arms and ammunitions

iv. Propellant powders; prepared explosives, (other than propellant powders); safety fuses; detonating fuses; percussion or detonating caps; igniters; electric detonators

v. Radar apparatus, radio navigational aid apparatus and radio remote control apparatus

vi. Tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles, motorised, whether or not fitted with weapons and parts of such vehicles, that are funded (investment made in the company) to the extent of ninety per cent. or more by the Government or Government Agencies

Under this class of companies Cost records rules will apply if the Company Net worth is Rs.500 Crore or More

OR

Turnover of the company is Rs. 500 Crore or more

2 Class B- Industries regulated under a sectoral Regulator or Ministry or Department of Central Government i. Port services of stevedoring, pilotage, hauling, mooring, re-mooring,hooking, measuring, loading and unloading services rendered by a Port in relation to a vessel or goods regulated by the Tariff Authority for Major

 

Ports under section 111 of the Major Port Trusts Act, 1963(38 of 1963)

ii. Aeronautical services of air traffic management, aircraft operations, ground safety services, ground handling, cargo facilities and supplying fuel rendered by airports and regulated by the Airports Economic Regulatory Authority under the Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India Act, 2008 (27 of 2008)

iii.Telecommunication services made available to users by means of any transmission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature (other than broadcasting services) and regulated by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India under the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, 1997 (24 of 1997)

iv. Generation, transmission, distribution and supply of electricity regulated by the relevant regulatory body or authority under the Electricity Act, 2003 (36 of 2003), other than for captive generation (as defined under the Electricity Rules 2005)

v. Steel

vi. Roads and other infrastructure projects

vii. Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

viii. Fertilisers

ix. Sugar & Industrial alcohol

x. Petroleum products regulated by the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board under the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board Act, 2006(19 of 2006)

xi. Rubber and allied products being regulated by the Rubber Board

Under this class of companies Cost records rules will apply if the company has multiple products & services , any specific products or services for which individual turnover is Rs. 50 Crore or more of such specific products or services

 

 

If the company has one specific product or service, if the net worth of the company is Rs. 150 Crore or More or Turnover Rs. 25 Crore or more

3 Class C- Companies operating in areas of public interest i. Railway or tramway locomotives, rolling stock, railway or tramway

 

fixtures and fittings, mechanical (including electro mechanical) traffic signalling equipment’s of all kind

ii. Mineral products including cement

iii.Ores

iv. Mineral fuels (other than Petroleum), mineral oils etc

v. Base metals

vi. Inorganic chemicals, organic or inorganic compounds of precious metals, rare-earth metals of radioactive elements or isotopes, and Organic Chemicals

vii.Jute and Jute Products

viii. Edible Oil under Administrative Price Mechanism

ix. Construction Industry

x. Companies engaged in health services viz. functioning as or running hospitals, diagnostic centres, clinical centres or test laboratories

xi. Companies engaged in education services, other than such similar services falling under philanthropy or as part of social spend which do not form part of any business

Under this class of companies Cost records rules will apply if the company has multiple products & services , any specific products or services for which individual turnover is Rs. 50 Crore or more of such specific products or services

 

If the company has one specific product or service, if the net worth of the company is Rs. 150 Crore or More or Turnover Rs. 25 Crore or more

4 Class D – Companies (including foreign companies other than those having only liaison offices) engaged in the production, import and supply or trading of medical devices i. Cardiac Stentsii. Drug Eluting Stents

 

iii. Catheters

iv. Intra Ocular Lenses

v. Bone Cements

vi. Heart Valves

vii. Orthopaedic Implants

viii. Internal Prosthetic Replacements

ix. Scalp Vein Set

x. Deep Brain Stimulator

xi. Ventricular peripheral Shud

xii. Spinal Implants

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xiii. Automatic Impalpable Cardiac

xiv. Pacemaker (temporary and permanent)

xv. patent ductus arteriosus, atrial septal defect and ventricular septal defect closure device

xvi. Cardiac Re-synchronize Therapy

xvii. Urethra Spinicture Devices

xviii. Sling male or female

xix. Prostate occlusion device and

xx. Urethral Stents

Under this class of companies Cost records rules will apply if the company has multiple products & devices   for which individual turnover ( from such specific product or device) is Rs. 10 Crore or more or 1/3 of the turnover whichever is less

 

In the case of a company engaged in one specific product or device, if it has net worth of Rs.150 Crore or more or the turnover is Rs.25 Crore or more

Applicability of Cost Audit: The following categories of companies covered under cost audit based on the threshold limits as below:

S.No Class of Companies Threshold limit
  Class A- Companies engaged in production of goods in Strategic Sectors

Under this class of companies Cost audit rules & audit will apply if the Company Net worth is Rs.500 Crore or More

OR

Turnover of the company is Rs. 500 Crore or more

2 Class B- Industries regulated under a sectoral Regulator or Ministry or Department of Central Government

1.In the case of a multi-product or a multi services company, Cost audit will apply if the individual turnover of such specific product or services is Rs. 100 Crore or more

2. In the case of a company producing any one specific product or service specified, Cost audit will apply if the net worth of the company is Rs.500 Crore or more or Turnover of such product or service Rs.100 Crore or more

3 Class C- Companies operating in areas of public interest

1.In the case of a multi-product or a multi services company, Cost audit will apply if the individual turnover of such specific product or services is Rs. 100 Crore or more

2. In the case of a company producing any one specific product or service specified, Cost audit will apply if the net worth of the company is Rs.500 Crore or more or Turnover of such product or service Rs.100 Crore or more

4 Class D – Companies (including foreign companies other than those having only liaison offices) engaged in the production, import and supply or trading of medical devices

1.In the case of a multiple product or devices company, Cost audit will apply if the individual turnover of such specific product or device is Rs. 10 Crore or more or 1/3rd of the turnover whichever is less

2.In the case of a single product or devices company, Cost audit will apply if the   net worth of the company is Rs. 150 Crore or more or turnover is Rs.25 Crore or more

 

 Forms and dates: The forms and due dates specified under this rules are below

S.No Form name/ E form name Purpose Filing Due date with ROC
  CRA – 1 Form in which Cost records shall be maintained by the company Filling is not applicable, only maintaining the records periodically
2 CRA-2 Intimation form to Central Government regarding appointment of Cost auditor ( E form) by the company Within 30 days of Board meeting in which the appointment is made or 180 days of commencement of financial year
3 CRA-3 Cost audit report format which need to prepared by the cost auditor Within 180days from the closure of financial year ( To the Board of directors)
4 CRA-4 Form for giving explanations & reservations in the cost audit report by the company (E form) Within 30 days from the receipt of Cost audit report ( need to file along with Cost audit report)

Exclusions: This Companies (Cost records & Audit) Rules 2014 not applicable for the following categories of companies even they covered under applicable class of companies as mentioned above

  1. whose revenue from exports, in foreign exchange, exceeds seventy five per cent of its total revenue or
  2. Which is operating from a special economic zone

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