2 Historical Background Relevant Provisions of Company Law (for Cost accounting and Cost Audit introduced in 1965)Section 209(1)(d) –Every company shall keep at its registered office proper books of account with respect to:----in the case of a company pertaining to any class of companies engaged in production, processing, manufacture or mining activities, such particulars relating to utilization of material or labour or to other items of cost as may be prescribed. If such class of companies is required by the Central Government to include such particulars in the books of account.Section 233B – Audit of cost Records.(1) Where in the opinion of the Central Government it is necessary so to do in relation to any company required under clause (d) of sub –section (1) of section 209 to include in its books of account the particulars referred to therein, the Central Government may, by order ,direct that an audit of cost accounts of the company shall be conducted in such manner as specified in the order by an auditor(who shall be a cost accountant within the meaning of the Cost and Works Accountants Act ……………………)
3 Shortcomings of earlier Mechanism Separate Rules for each industry/productToo much emphasis on government mandated form. Leaving no room for flexibility with the company management.More than one rule for multi product companiesA compliance view rather than converting it into management toolNo mechanism in MCA know all companies presently covered under CARR
4 ..contd…Shortcomings of earlier Mechanism Selective and ad hoc approach led to a sense of discriminationNo cost audit orders in many industries/companiesCompanies were required to submit multiple cost audit reports for each unit and each product separatelyExisting Report Rules / Formats – needed simplificationMultiple appointment of cost auditors for a company having multiple products under auditSelective coverage did not give any advantage
5 Notification dated 3-06-2011 Companies (Cost Accounting Record) Rules 2011 These rules shall apply to every company …..engaged in production, processing, manufacturing, or mining activities….wherein net worth of the company on the last date of immediately preceding financial year exceeds five crores of rupees; oraggregate value of the turnover… in preceding year exceeds rupees twenty crore ; orIt is a listed companyAll such companies shall keep cost records w.e.f
6 …Contd..Notification dated 3-06-2011 Cost records shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted cost accounting principles and cost accounting standardsCost records and cost statements, maintained under these rules shall be reconciled with audited financial statements for the financial yearCompliance Report for yr onward,(certified by cost accountant in XBRL format) attached with FORM A XBRL to be filed with MCA
7 Notifications and orders by MCA 11/04/2011- Simplified Procedure for appointment of cost auditors02/05/2011- Cost Audit Order on every company engaged in bulk drugs, Formulations, Fertilizer, Sugar, Industrial Alcohol, Electricity, Petroleum, Telecommunications whereThe aggregate value of net worth exceeds Rs.5 crore, orThe aggregate value of the turnover exceeds Rs.20 crores, orThe company’s equity or debt securities are listed or in the process of listing on any stock exchange in India or abroad
8 Notifications and orders by MCA 03/05/2011 ammended on 30/06/2011- Cost Audit Orders on every company engaged in cement, Tyres & Tubes, Steel, Insecticides ,Paper, Glass, Paints & Varnishes and Aluminums whereWhere the aggregate value of turnover made by the company exceeds Rs.100 crores, orThe company’s equity or debt securities are listed or in the process of listing on any stock exchange in India or abroadIncludes Intermediate or Allied ProductsProducts/Activities linked to respective chapters of Central Excise Tariff Act,1985
9 Notifications and orders by MCA 02/05/2011- Industry specific cost audit orders (as it stands today)Telecommunication IndustryCost accounting Records((Telecommunication Industry) Rules 2011Petroleum IndustryCost Accounting Records (Petroleum Industry) Rules 2011Electricity IndustryCost Accounting Records (Electricity Industry) Rules; 2011;Sugar IndustryCost Accounting Records (Sugar Industry) Rules; 2011Fertilizer IndustryCost Accounting Records (Fertilizer Industry) Rules 2011Pharmaceutical IndustryCost Accounting Records (Pharmaceutical Industry) Rules 2011
10 Notifications and orders by MCA 30/06/2011-industry specific cost audit orders on:1. Cement Chapter 25, 38 and 682. Tyres & Tubes Chapter 403. Steel Chapter 72 and 734. Paper Chapter 47 and 485. Insecticides Chapter 386. Glass Chapter 707. Paints & Varnishes Chapter 328. Aluminum Chapter 76
11 Notifications and orders by MCA 24/01/2012-industry specific cost audit orders on:1. Jute, cotton, silk, woolen or Chapters 50 to 63 of CETAblended fibers/textiles2. Edible oil seeds and Oils (incl Chapters 12 and 15Vanaspati)3. Packaged food products Chapters 2 to 25 (exceptChapters5, 6, 14, 23 and 24)4. Organic & Inorganic Chemicals Chapters 28, 29, 32, 38 and 395. Coal & Lignite Chapter 276. Mining & Metallurgy of ferrous Chapters 26 and 74 to 83& non- ferrous metals (except Chapters 76and 77)7. Tractors & other motor vehicles (incl Chapters 84, 85 and 87automotive components)8. Plantation Products Chapters 8, 9, 21 and 40,9. Engineering machinery (incl. electrical Chapters 84 and 85& electronic products)
12 Notifications and orders by MCA Effect of industry specific cost audit orders issued on 24/01/2012:All company specific cost audit orders issued prior to 31/03/2011 stands withdrawn with effect from financial year commencing on or from 01/04/2012All companies who were issued company specific orders but are covered under dated 02/05/11 or 30/06/11 or 24/01/12 shall comply with industry specific orderCompanies to which industry specific orders are not applicable will comply with earlier company specific order till 31/03/12
13 Additional Industries covered vide Order dated 06-11-2012(aplicable w Additional Industries covered vide Order dated (aplicable w.e.f. financial year starting from and onward)-Vegetable Saps or ProductsAlcoholic BeveragesFood Residuals or Prepared Animal FeedUnmanufactured or Manufactured TobaccoTobacco ProductsAlbuminoidal Substances, Starches, Glues and EnzymesEssential OilsPersonal Care ProductsExplosivesFireworks, Matches and Combustible MaterialsPhotographic and Cinematographic GoodsRaw Hides, Skins and LeatherLeather ProductsWood and Wood ProductsFootwear and Parts thereofHeadgear and Parts thereofCeramic ProductsPearls, Diamonds, Stones and Jewellery ArticlesRailway Rolling Stock
14 Contd.-2- Additional Industries Covered vide order dated 06-11-2012 Parts of Railway Rolling StockRailway Track Fixtures and FittingsContainersNon-powered Aircraft and parts thereofAircraft ,Spacecraft and parts thereofParachutes and Roto chutesShips and BoatsFloating StructuresOptical Instruments and parts thereofPhotographic and Cinematographic equipmentsMeasuring Instruments and parts thereofSurgical or Medical Instruments and parts thereofClocks or Watches or parts thereofMusical Instruments and Parts thereof
15 Contd..3… Additional Industries covered vide order dated 6-11-2012 Medical or Vehicular or other Furniture and Mattress and Parts thereofLights and FittingsPrefabricated BuildingsToys, games and sports EquipmentsStationery ItemsMiscellaneous manufactured articles
16 Salient Features of New Structure Modified cost audit report & appointment structureSimplification of complex and bulky reportsDetailed product – wise cost statements to remain with the companyUnit –wise product-wise reports no longer necessaryProtection of confidentiality and reduction in compliance costSimplified appointment procedure
17 New Appointment Procedure A cost accountant defined under Section 2(1)(b) of CWA Act holding a full- time certificate of practice can be appointed as cost auditor.A firm can also be appointedAudit Committee to ensure that cost auditor is free from any disqualifications specified under Sections 233B(5) OR 226(4) or 266(5)Cost auditor to submit:Consent letter specifying that he is not disqualified under Section 224(1-B), andHe is at arm’s length relationship with the company
18 ..contd…New Appointment Procedure Company to e-file application for approval of appointment in Form 23C along withCopy of Board ResolutionCopy of consent letter from cost auditorApproval deemed to be granted if no query received from Government within 30 days of receipt of appointment letter in Form23D
19 Due Date of Appointment of Cost Auditor for the financial year is 30th June 2013 without late feesIn case of delays in filing applications with the Central GovernmentPeriod of Delay Additional Fee PayableUpto 30 days Two times of normal fee30—60 days Four times of normal fee60—90 days Six Times of normal feeMore than 90 Nine times of normal fee
20 Disclosure by Company in Annual Report Company to disclose in its annual report of each relevant financial year:Full particulars of cost auditorDue date of filling cost audit reportActual date of filling cost audit reportFor companies where constitution of Audit Committee is not required to be made, the functions to be discharged by the board
21 Features of Cost Accounting Records Rules 2011 Applicable to every company including a foreign company engaged production, processing, manufacturing or mining wherein:The aggregate value of net worth as on the last date of the immediately preceding financial year exceeds Rs.5 crore, orThe aggregate value of the turnover made by the company from all products or activities during the immediately preceding financial year exceeds Rs.20 crore , orThe company’s equity or debt securities are listed or in the process of listing on any stock exchange in India or abroad
22 Features of Cost Accounting Records Rules 2011 Not applicable to body corporate governed by a special ActSupersedes 36 Cost Accounting Records Rules out of 44 issued till dateNot applicable to following activities or products covered under individual Cost Accounting Records Rules notified on 7th December 2011PharmaceuticalsElectricity IndustrySugarFertilizersTelecommunicationsPetroleum Industry
23 Compliance report under CARR Every company to which Companies (Cost Accounting Records) Rules 2011 shall submit a Compliance ReportFrom for every financial year commencing on or after 01/04/2011To be filed, provided all the products /activities of the company, excluding the exempted categories, are not covered under cost auditWithin 180 days from close of financial yearAnexures to be certified by a “Cost Accountant”Report to be approved by the Board of Directors
24 Features of Companies (Cost Audit Report) Rules 2011 Revised Cost Audit Report Rules issued superseding Cost Audit Report Rules 2001.Applies to every company in respect of which cost audit has been ordered by the Central Government under section 233B of the Companies Act,1956Annexure to cost audit report to be approved by the Board of Directors before submitting the same to the central government by the cost auditor.Audited Annexure to be signed by the Company Secretary and at least one Director or two directors in absence of Company Secretary on behalf of the company.
25 Highlights of recent reform measures To ensure uniformity, companies to follow;Generally Accepted Cost Accounting Principles, andCost Accounting Standards issued by ICAI to the extent these are relevant and applicable.It entails:Understanding the process of manufacture and stages involved for production of the final productProper identification, allocation and apportionment of labour and overheads and absorption thereof of productsIdentification of costs that are directly allocable to each product/activity or those requiring apportionment.Quantitative details of each product/activity
26 Highlights of Recent Reform Measures(1) Cost Audit Report Rules,2001 containing very detailed and complex formats replaced with simplified Report Rules.Threshold turnover limit for audit of cost records enhanced.From Rs.10 crores to 20 crores for regulated industries andFrom Rs.10 crores to Rs.100 crores for all other industries.Practice of issuing company by company cost audit orders dispensed with.To fulfill the industry’s demand for removal of ad hoc and discriminatory approach, andTo fulfill the requirement of various Government agencies and other regulatory bodies.
27 Highlights of Recent Reform Measures..contd..(2) Filing of unit wise and product wise cost audit reports dispensed withMajor step in protecting disclosure of confidential cost detailsReduces compliance costReduces size of reportIndustry’s twin issues –(a)confidentiality and (b) cost of compliance-fully addressed.Prior approval procedure for appointment of cost auditors simplified-automatic approval after 30 days from the date of filing of Form 23C
28 Master Circular 2/2011Specified number of companies for the purpose of section 233(B) read with section 224(IB) of the Companies Act, 1956 is to be computed for a given financial year with reference to :The number of companies wherein he has been appointed as the cost auditor, including those wherein he is proposed to be appointed for which he has given his consent.The number of companies in respect of which cost audit reports have not been submitted and have become overdue shall also be taken into account for the purposes of ceiling under section 224(1B).
29 Master Circular 2/2011(contd.) A cost auditor cannot be appointed as an internal auditor for the company for the same period he is conducting cost audit.Where the firm is appointed as cost auditor, the cost audit report has to be signed by any one of the partners conducting cost audit with his membership number.If cost audit is conducted for the first time, cost auditor to mention that previous years' figures are as provided by the management.A cost auditor would attend meetings of audit committee as an invitee and shall not be member or have any voting right.
30 Master Circular 2/2011(contd.) A cost auditor shall be deemed to have concluded his appointment for the relevant financial year as soon as he renders a report to the Central Government in accordance with the Cost Audit Report Rules, as applicable, with a copy to the company.Cost Auditor's obligation to answer queries from the MCA arising out of review of cost audit reports would not debar him from accepting another appointment as cost auditor of a company provided the specified number of companies contemplated in section 224(1B) is not exceeded.
31 Clarification-General Circular 67/2011 The new Cost Accounting Records Rules,2011 (common & 6 Industry specific) are not applicable to companies engaged in:A company yet to commence commercial operation.Ancillary products/activities of companies incidental to their main operation (i. e. products/activities that do not constitute their main line of business)Where the total turnover from the sale of each such ancillary products/activities do not exceed 2%of the total turnover of the company orRs.20 crore , whichever is lowerRequired details of all such ancillary products/activities to be maintained under a miscellaneous group and disclosed appropriately.
32 Clarification-General Circular No,67/2011 dated 30.11.2011 The new Cost Accounting Record Rules,2011(Common & 6 Industry specific)are not applicable to companies engaged in:Wholesale Trading/Retail Trading/Banking/Financial/Leasing/Investment/Insurance/ Education/Healthcare/Tourism/Travel/Hospitality/Recrea tion/Transport Services/Professional Consultancy/IT and IT Enabled Services/Research & Development/Postal/Courier Services
33 Clarification- General Circular 67/2011 Cost Audit Order dated 02/05/2011, 30/06/2011, 24/01/2012, 06/11/2012 not applicable toOwn manufactured products consumed exclusively by the company for subsequent products/activities subject to cost auditHundred percent Export Oriented Units-no domestic sale“Intermediate products” mean such product that have already undergone partial manufacturing /production process and are used as inputs of the final products of the industries“articles or allied products thereof” refer to such articles or allied products that are produced either wholly or predominantly(not less than 50% by volume)by using the listed products as their primary inputs.
34 Clarification- General Circular 67/2011 Coverage for only such items falling under relevant chapters of CET as constitute intermediate & Allied Products of the industry mentioned in the Cost Audit Order and all other items not related to the industry are not covered. Examples:Paints and Varnish Industry (Chapter 32 of CET)- tanning or dyeing extracts, tanning & their derivatives, dyes, pigments & other coloring matters, putty & other mastics, printing inks, etc.Tyres and Tubes industry (Chapter 40 of CET)-natural or synthetic or reclaimed rubber, compounded rubber, hard rubber thread or cord , conveyer or transmission belts , articles of rubber.
35 Clarification- General Circular 67/2011 Examples of Intermediate Products-clinker for cement , pulp for paper , sponge iron & pig iron for steel.Allied Products of-Cement: include cement bricks , sleepers , pipesPaper: include cartons , boxes , bags , registers;Steel: include ingots blooms, billets, slabs, beams, angles,tees , channels,Clarification under general Circular No. 67/2011 applies equally to specific Cost Accounting Records Rules issued for 6 regulated industries.
36 Clarification-General Circular 68/2011 A company having multiple cost auditors for audit of only one product of the company:Consolidated cost audit report may be preparedContain qualifications, reservations or suggestions if any, given by all the cost auditors.Company may designate any one of the cost auditors responsible for the consolidation and filing the same with the Central Government.
37 Clarification-General Circular 68/2011 A company having more than one product under cost audit and which has appointed either same or separate cost auditors:Individual cost auditors may submit separate cost audit report for each product group, orSubmit only one consolidated report containing details of each product under audit separately for which Company may designate any one of the cost auditors or appoint a cost auditor responsible for the consolidation and filing the same with the Central Government as per the procedure provided above
38 Clarification- Construction Industry General Circular No.67/2011 of 30/11/11-if a company is engaged in the construction business as a contractor or a sub-contractor and is paid only for the job work or conversion charges, then the company will not be covered under companies (Cost Accounting Records) Rules,2011Hence, only such contractors or sub-contractors who are doing purely labour jobs [i.e. without using own materials]and are thus paid either the job work charges or the conversion charges, will remain outside the purview of the companies (Cost Accounting Records Rules,2011)
39 Clarification- construction industry All companies engaged in the construction business either as contractors or as sub-contractors, who undertake jobs with the use of own materials shall be required to maintain cost records and file a compliance report.All companies engaged in the development of residential, commercial or industrial estates or engaged in the construction of any infrastructural facilities would be covered under the Companies (Cost Accounting Records) Rules,2011
40 Compliance Report & Cost Audit Report Product A:Under Cost AuditProduct B:Under cost AuditOwn Generation of Electricity:100%consumed for production of Product Aand BCost audit report to be filed forProduct A and B .No Compliance Report to be filedProduct A:Not under Cost AuditProduct B:Not under Cost AuditOwn Generation of Electricity:100 consumed for production of Product A and BCompliance report to be filed for the company as a wholeProduct A:Under Cost Audit .Product B:under Cost Audit.Own Generation of Electricity:Generating Plant deemed to be captive generating plant as per Electricity Rules and part of generation is sold outsideCost audit report to be filed for Product A and BCompliance Report to be filed for the company as a whole.
41 Compliance Report & Cost Audit Report Product A:under Cost AuditProduct B:Cost Audit is application butConsumed exclusively for production ofProduct AOwn Generation of Electricity:100Consumed for production of Product A and BCost Audit Report to be filed for product A. No Separate cost audit report for Product B.No compliance Report to be filedProduct A:Under cost AuditProduct B:Cost Audit is applicable butConsumed exclusively for production of Product AOwn Generation of Electricity :Generating Plant deemed to be captive generating plant as per Electricity Rules and part of generation is sold outside.Cost Audit Report to be filed for Product A.No separate cost Audit Report for Product BCompliance Report to be filed for the Company as a whole
42 Compliance Report & Cost Audit Report Product A: Under Cost AuditProduct B: Under Cost AuditOwn Generation of Electricity :Generating plant is not a captive generating plant as per Electricity Rules.Cost Audit Report to be filed forProduct A, Product B and ElectricityGeneration Activity.No compliance report to be filed.Product B: Not Under Cost AuditCost Audit Report to be filed for Product A and Electricity Generation Activity.Compliance report to be filed for company as a whole.
43 Some FAQsWhether separate Form 23C is required to be filed by a company having two or more different types of products covered under Cost Audit?The company would be required to file individual Form 23C for each product under cost audit even if the same auditor is appointed for all the products.Whether there is any sequence of filing compliance report and cost audit report for a company which is required to file both?Compliance Report and Cost Audit Report are mutually exclusive to each other and it does not make any difference as to which report is submitted first.
44 Some FAQ,s Can the same individual sign Compliance Report and/or Annexure to Cost Audit Report, if otherwisequalified?Company Secretary of a company who is also a Cost Accountant. ?Director of a company who is also a cost accountant signing as Director as well as Cost Accountant. ?The same individual cannot sign the same report in two different capacities.
45 Some FAQ,sA Cost Accountant is in full time employment is also holding part time certificate of practice. Whether he can certify the compliance report of group companies and other companies? The Cost Accountant can certify the Compliance Report of the Company in which he is in full time employment. He cannot certify the compliance report of any other company within the same group or that of any other company.
46 Annexures to Cost Audit Report Annexure 1 General Information1. CIN or GLN of the company2. Name of the company3. Registered office address4. Corporate office address5. E Mail address of the company6. Company’s financial year to which the Cost Audit Report Relates7. Name, address, membership number and address of the Cost auditor8. SRN Number and date of Filing of Form 23C with the Central government9. Date of Board of Directors meeting wherein the Annexure to the cost audit report were approved.10. No. of Audit Committee meetings held by the company, and attended by the Cost Auditor during the year.
47 Cost Audit Report - Disclosures Annexure 2.Cost Accountant Policy covering, inter alia, the following areas:Identification of cost centres/cost objects and cost drivers.Accounting for material cost including packing materials, stores and spares etc.,employee cost , utilities and other relevant cost components.Accounting, allocation and absorption of overheads.Accounting for Depreciation/Amortization.Accounting for by-Products/joint- products, scarps, wastage etc.Basis for inventory valuation.Methodology for valuation of inter-unit /inter company and related party transactions.Treatment of abnormal and non-recurring costs including classification of other non-cost items.In case the company has adopted IFRS, variations(if any) in treatment of Cost accounting arising out of adoption of IFRS in Financial Accounting .Other relevant cost accounting policy adopted by the company.
48 Annexure 3 PRODUCT GROUP DETAILS (for the company as a whole) Sno.Name of each Product GroupNames of Products/ Activities included in the Product GroupNet Sales (net of taxes, duties, etc.) (Rs. Lakh)Covered under Cost Audit(Yes/No)AManufactured product groups1.2.Sub Total(A)BServices GroupCTrading Activities(product Group-wise)DOther IncomesETotal Income as per Audited Annual Report(A+B+C+D)
49 Annexure 4 QUANTITATIVE INFORMATION (for each product group separately) ParticularsUnitCurrent YearPrevious Year1. Available Capacity(a) Installed Capacity(b) Capacity enhanced during the year, if any(c) Capacity available through leasing arrangements, if any(d) Capacity available through loan license / third parties(e) Total available Capacity2. Actual Production(a) Self manufactured(b) Produced under leasing arrangements(c) Produced on loan license / by third parties on job work(d) Total Production4. Production as per Excise Records4. Capacity Utilization (in-house)5. Stock Purchased for Trading(a) Domestic Purchase
50 (b) Imports(c) Total Purchases6. Stock & Other Adjustments(a) Change in Stock of Finished Goods(b) Self / Captive Consumption (incl. samples etc.)(c) Other Quantitative Adjustments, if any (wastage etc.)(d) Total Adjustments7. Total Available Quantity for Sale [2(e) + 5(c) - 6(d)]8. Actual Sales(a) Domestic Sales (manufacturing)(b) Domestic Sales (trading)(c) Export Sale (manufacturing)(d) Export Sale (trading)(e) Total Quantity Sold
51 Annexure 5. ABRIDGED COST STATEMENT (for each product group separately) Sno.ParticularsUnitsQuantityRateAmountRate C.Y.Rate P.Y.1Materials Consumed (specify details)a) Indigenous Purchasedb) Importedc) Self Manufactured / Produced2Process Materials/Chemicals (specify)3Utilities (specify details)4Direct Employees Cost5Direct Expenses6Consumable Stores & Spares7Repairs & Maintenance8Quality Control Expenses9Research & Development Expenses10Technical know-how Fee / Royalty, if any11Depreciation/Amortization12Other Production Overheads13Total (1 to 12)
52 14Add/Less: Work-in-Progress Adjustments15Less: Credits for Recoveries, if any16Primary Packing Cost17Cost of Production/Operations ( to 17)18Increase/Decrease in Stock of Finished Goods19Less: Self/Captive Consumption (incl. Samples, etc.)20Other Adjustments (if any)21Cost of Production/Operation of Goods/Services Sold ( to 20)22Administrative Overheads23Secondary Packing Cost24Selling & Distribution Overheads25Interest & Financing Charges26Cost of Sales ( to 25)27Net Sales Realization (Net of Taxes and Duties)28Margin [Profit/(Loss) as per Cost Accounts] ( )
53 Annexure6.OPERATING RATIO ANALYSIS (for each product group separately) Sno.ParticularsUnitsCurrent yearPrevious Year-1Previous Year-2Ratio of operating expenses to cost of sales%1Materials (incl. Process Materials) Cost2Utilities Cost3Direct Employees Cost4Direct Expenses5Consumable Stores & Spares6Repairs & Maintenance Cost7Depreciation / Amortization Cost8Packing Cost9Other Expenses10Stock Adjustments11Production Overheads12Administrative Overheads13Selling & Distribution Overheads14Interest & Financing Charges15Total
54 Annexure 7.PROFIT RECONCILIATION (for the company as a whole) Sno.ParticularsCurrent yearPrevious Year-1Previous Year-21Profit or Loss as per Cost Accounting Records(a) For the audited product groups(b) For the un-audited product groups2Add: Incomes not considered in cost accounts:(a) (specify)(b)3Less: Expenses not considered in cost accounts:4Add: Overvaluation of closing stock in financial accounts5Add: Undervaluation of opening stock in financial accounts6Less: Undervaluation of closing stock in financial accounts7Less:: Overvaluation of opening stock in financial accounts8Adjustments for others, if any (specify)9Profit or Loss as per Financial Accounts
55 Annexure 8. VALUE ADDITION AND DISTRIBUTION OF EARNINGS (for the company as a whole) Sno.ParticularsCurrent yearPrevious Year-1Previous Year-2Value Addition:1Gross Sales (excluding returns)2Less: Excise duty, etc.3Net Sales4Add: Export Incentives5Add/Less: Adjustment in Finished Stocks6Less: Cost of bought out inputs(a) Cost of Materials Consumed(b) Process Materials / Chemicals(c) Consumption of Stores & Spares(d) Utilities (e.g. power & fuel)(e) Others, if anyTotal Cost of bought out inputs
56 7Value Added8Add: Income from any other sources9Earnings available for distributionDistribution of Earnings to:1Employees as salaries & wages, retirement benefits, etc.2Shareholders as dividend3Company as retained funds4Government as taxes (specify)5Others, if any (specify)Total distribution of earnings
57 Annexure 9 FINANCIAL POSITION AND RATIO ANALYSIS (for the company as a whole) Sno.ParticularsUnitsCurrent yearPrevious Year-1Previous Year-2A.Financial PositionRs/Lakh1Paid-up Capital2Reserves & Surplus3Loans (secured & unsecured)4(a) Gross Fixed Assets(b) Net Fixed Assets5(a) Total Current Assets(b) Less: Current Liabilities & Provisions(c) Net Current Assets6Capital Employed7Net WorthB.Financial PerformanceCost of ProductionCost of Sales
58 3Net SalesRs/Lakh4Value Added5Profit before Tax (PBT)C.Profitability Ratios1PBT to Capital Employed (B5/A6)%2PBT to Net Worth (B5/A7)PBT to Net Sales (B5/B3)PBT to Value Added (B5/B4)D.Other Financial RatiosDebt-Equity RatioCurrent Assets to Current LiabilitiesValued Added to Net SalesE.Working Capital RatiosNet Working Capital to Cost of Sales excl. depreciationMonthsRaw Materials Stock to ConsumptionStores & Spares to ConsumptionWork-in-Progress Stock to Cost of ProductionFinished Goods Stock to Cost of Sales
59 Annexure 10. RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS (for the company as a whole) Sno.Name & Address of the Related PartyName of the Product / Service GroupNature of Transaction (Sale, Purchase, etc.)QuantityTransfer PriceAmountNormal PriceBasis adopted to determine the Normal Price12345678
60 Annexure11 RECONCILIATION OF INDIRECT TAXES (for the company as a whole) ParticularsAssessable ValueExcise DutyService TaxCess & OthersVATTotal ClearancesDomesticExportStock Transfers (Net)Others, if anyTotalDuties/Taxes PayableDuties/Taxes PaidCenvat/VAT Credit Utilized - InputsCenvat/VAT Credit Utilized - Capital Goods
61 Cenvat/VAT Credit Utilized - Input Services Cenvat/VAT Credit Utilized - OthersTotalPaid through PLA/CashTotal Duties/Taxes PaidDuties/Taxes RecoveredDifference between Duties/Taxes Paid and RecoveredInterest/Penalty/Fines Paid
62 FORM -III Performance Appraisal Report (Indicative list of areas to be covered in the report)Capacity Utilization AnalysisProductivity/Efficiency Analysis.Utilities/Energy Efficiency Analysis.Key-costs & Contribution Analysis.Product/Services Profitability Analysis.Market/Customer Profitability Analysis.Working Capital & Inventory Management Analysis.Manpower Analysis.Impact of IFRS on the Cost structure, Cash-Flows and Profitability.Application of Management Accounting Tools.
63 Filing of Cost Audit Report Cost Audit Report (converted in XBRL format) duly approved by board has to be filed (as an attachment with FORM 1 XBRL) with MCADigital signature of director(authorized by board) as well as digital signature of Cost Accountant have to be affixed with the form
64 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT generated by MCA(on filing) Acknowledgement generated by the system(with specific SRN number and date) is evidence that the Audit Report has been filed with MCA on specific date.Hard copy(as well as soft copy) of this acknowledgement should preferably be preserved by the company for future reference and record.Hard copy(as well as soft copy) of Form 1- XBRL (duly signed)should also preferably be preserved by the company for future reference and record.
65 Thank You Atish Agrawal & Co. Atish Kumar Agrawal Cost Accountants 1, British Indian Street (New Building)1st Floor, Room No- 104, KolkataMobile: /Phone:E Mail:Associate Office- Delhi