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    Author(s)Anil Kumar
    PublisherTaxmann Publications
    Edition4th Edition
    Publish YearDecember 2020


    Taxmann Publications Auditing And Corporate Governance B.Com Hons. by Anil Kumar

    The objective of this book is to impart the basic knowledge of ‘Auditing’, ‘Corporate Governance’, and ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’ in the global and Indian context. Issues in corporate governance, ethics, and auditing are discussed in an easy and comprehensive language.
    This book covers the entire syllabus for under-graduate students of B.Com. (Hons.), B.Com. (Programme), BBA, BMS of Delhi University and other Universities. This book is a recommended text book by University Grants Commission  (UGC) for undergraduate students of B.Com. (Hons.) and allied courses under the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) Programme.
    This book incorporates all the latest amendments and Rules concerning company audit and corporate governance provisions laid down by LODR Regulations/Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement & the Companies Act, 2013.
    The Present Publication is the 4th Edition, authored by Anil Kumar, Lovleen Gupta, and Jyotsna Rajan Arora, with the following noteworthy features:
    The subject-matter is presented in a simple, systematic method along with comprehensive explanation of the concept and theories underlying auditing and corporate governance. The book tries to present the subject-matter in a non-technical way
    [Student-Oriented Book] This book has been developed, keeping in mind the following factors:
    o   Interaction of the author/teacher with his/her students in the class-room
    o   Shaped by the author/teachers experience of teaching the subject-matter at different levels
    o   Reaction and responses of students have also been incorporated at different places in the book
    This book also incorporate the previous year’s question papers:
    o   B.Com. (Hons.) CBCS (2018) Semester VI
    o   B.Com. (Hons.) CBCS (2018)
    o   B.Com. (Hons.) CBCS (2019) Semester VI
    o   B.Com. (Hons.) CBCS (2020) OPEN BOOK EXAM
    This book contains fourteen chapters. The first six chapters contain conceptual aspect of auditing-objects, principles, techniques including vouching and verification, audit reports, company audit and special areas of audit.
    Chapter seven lays down the theoretical aspects of corporate governance including the models of corporate governance prevalent in most countries of the world.
    Board committee is the important mechanism of corporate governance which is discussed in chapter eight.
    Chapter nine is devoted exclusively to corporate governance in India – the reforms undertaken, the initiatives of the SEBI, Government of India and CII in the direction of better governance of companies.
    The issues of insider trading, whistle blowing, class-action, shareholders’ activism and credit rating are discussed in the next chapter.
    Corporate scams leading to the collapse of big corporations is an area of concern worldwide. Chapter eleven of the book presents major scams taken place in different parts of the world including Enron, WorldCom, Vivendi, BCCI, Andersen worldwide, Maxwell Communications, Satyam and downfall of Kingfisher Airlines.
    Chapter twelve contains the standards and codes of corporate governance as developed in the UK, USA and also the international codes like OECD Principles on corporate governance.
    The basic concept of ethics is laid down in chapter thirteen which also contains discussions on corporate code of ethics. This chapter extends the concept of ethics to include principles and theories of business ethics.
    The last chapter of the book is most contemporary. It addresses the buzz word “Corporate Social Responsibility”. This chapter discusses various views on CSR and also highlights the internal processes besides external standards relating to CSR.
    Contents of this book is as follows:
    o   Basics of Auditing
    o   Internal Control
    o   Vouching and Verification of Assets and Liabilities
    o   Company Audit
    o   Audit Report
    o   Special Areas of Audit
    o   Corporate Governance
    o   Board Committees
    o   Corporate Governance in India
    o   Some Issues of Corporate Governance
    o   Major Corporate Governance Failures
    o   Codes on Corporate Governance
    o   Business Ethics
    o   Corporate Social Responsibility