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which book to refer? paduka or tulsian

Mayank kharbanda (Risk Advisory Services) (409 Points)

02 December 2009  

Which book should i refer for costing-pcc?

tulsian or paduka?

i don want a question bank type of book but a book which can clear my concepts too!!!!!!!

waiting for an early reply!!!!!!


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Ankur Garg (Company Secretary and Compliance Officer)   (114654 Points)
Replied 02 December 2009

BOOKS FOR CA PCC/IPCC

Hi,

 

You may go for the following options regarding books for CA PCC/IPCC:

 

Accounts- Shukla & Agrawal

Auditing- VK Agarwal OR Padhuka

Law- Munish Bhandari OR M.P. Vijaykumar

Ethics & Communication- M.P. Vijaykumar OR Padhuka

Costing- S.N. Maheshwari & Padhuka

F.M.- Saxena & Vashist & Padhuka

Taxation- T.N.Manoharan/ Dr.Vinod Singhania/Girish Ahuja

Information Technology- Padhuka

Strategic Management- Padhuka

 

Also refer Scanners and Suggested Answer issued by ICAI for previous year exams and revised them properly.

 

Best Regards

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Ankur Garg (Company Secretary and Compliance Officer)   (114654 Points)
Replied 02 December 2009

For some good notes explore CAClubindia forum and share file section. You may also use search facility of club.

 

Also explore some CA books at the link below:

 

www.cabooksonline.com

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The Harshit Aggarwal (B.Com(H) ,CS Final) (5263 Points)
Replied 02 December 2009

For Theory- Tulsian

For Practical- Maheswari and Mittal

Sushil (CA Final Student) (2571 Points)
Replied 02 December 2009

Saxena & Vashist is the best book for clearing concepts in Costing both at PCC and Final level.

 

For practice, refer institute compilation.

CA Dhiraj Ramchandani (CA, M. com) (10818 Points)
Replied 02 December 2009

Paduka seems best for u, as u want to clear the concepts....

 

But, if u want to practice sums and sums too, go for RAV M. KISHORE

Mayank kharbanda (Risk Advisory Services) (409 Points)
Replied 02 December 2009

thanks for ur replies but unfortunately u've all recommended diffrent books........

 

i'm still confused!!!!

Hareesh H Sharma (Cleared IPCC..now article)   (894 Points)
Replied 02 December 2009

See mayank its obvious that diff people hav diff opinion abt different book..it varies from person to person...If ur so particular that u need the best book u better get a glimpse of some of the books given above from your friends or from the institute library and select the best that suits u


(Guest)

PADHUKA AND STUDY MATERIALS ARE SUFFICIENT IN MY OPINION.....DONT GET CONFUSED....

Rahul Bansal (Finalist) (35924 Points)
Replied 02 December 2009

padhuka..............that's it........

consider scanner or compiler side by side

NANDINI MASAND (learner ) (330 Points)
Replied 02 December 2009

paduka   with   module  n compiler

sivaram (Asst Mgr-Taxation) (6918 Points)
Replied 03 December 2009

Originally posted by :NANDINI MASAND
" paduka   with   module  n compiler "


 

Agreed

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CA kavitha Nandini Gudapati (CA) (97 Points)
Replied 03 December 2009

Follow Padhuka & Institute Compilation

CA CS Bhumika Thakkar (CA,CS) (1618 Points)
Replied 03 December 2009

Originally posted by :Sushil
" Saxena & Vashist is the best book for clearing concepts in Costing both at PCC and Final level.
 
For practice, refer institute compilation.
"

 

agreed...saxena vashisth only..for conceptual clarity..padhuka is more exam oriented...

Ramshankar (Executive Internal Auditor)   (198 Points)
Replied 03 December 2009

For theory read Compilation and RTP.

For Problems go for Vashist and saxena... book. For selection of book is simple. go to book store pick different books of Cost mgmt and study the topic which u feel little bit tough and  not understood sofar. The book which give great clarity of ur tough topic which ur looking for then go for that book. It will build Positiveness towards that book and u will enjoy reading and understanding.

But for presentation of those concepts in exams is skill which u need to develop by solving Compilation Problems.


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