Sunday, January 24, 2010

BSNL JAO Exam pattern Syllabus Guide Book Sample papers BSNL Junior Accounts Officer (JAO)

BSNL JAO Exam pattern Syllabus Guide Book Sample papers BSNL Junior Accounts Officer (JAO)

BSNL requires Junior Accounts Officer (JAO) and will conduct BSNL JAO Exam

Candidates who wish to appear for BSNL JAO Exam must prepare for Exam pattern, Syllabus, Sample papers, old question papers, previous years solves papers etc.

Understanding JAO Exam pattern is important as a person who is more prepared than others can get into the final list.

JAO Exam pattern:

JAO Exam consists of written test of 450 marks of  3 hour duration. Written test includes two papers: Paper I and Paper II.

Paper I : has subjects like General English (100 marks), General Aptitude/Awareness(50 marks)

Paper II : has subjects like Financial Management/Cost Accounting/Tax and Commercial Laws (30 marks)

Paper II is scoring and one should study throughly. Written test may be held in between February and March 2010.

JAO Exam Sample Papers:

You can find some sample papers for General English & General Aptitude/Awareness here:

For BSNL JAO Exam Paper II, you have to search on internet and other sources for sample papers.

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JAO Exam Syllabus

Paper –I : General English & General Aptitude/Awareness:

a) General English:
Comprehension of given passages and Grammar, usage and vocabulary.

b) General Aptitude/Awareness :
Current events of national and international importance: Indian polity & economy; General Mental ability; Test of reasoning & Quantitative Technique.

Paper-II : Financial and Commercial Accounts
I) Advanced Accounting:
    1. Company Accounts introduction; shares & debentures etc.
    2. Company Accounts; final Accounts
    3. Cash and fund flow statements

II) Auditing

   1. Nature, objective and basic principles of auditing
   2. Techniques of auditing physical verification, examination of documents and vouching, direct confirmation, analytical review.
   3. Planning and audit, audit programmes, working papers, audit process
   4. Valuation of internal controls.
   5. Various types of Audit.

III) Financial Management – an over view:

   1. Goals of Financial Management.
   2. Key activities of Financial Management.
   3. Relationship of Finance to Accounting and Audit
   4. Organisation of Finance Function.

IV) Financial Statements:

   1. Basic concepts underlying accounting.
   2. Balance Sheet
   3. Profit and Loss Accounts
   4. Source and usage of final statements
   5. Financial topics related to balances received and profit and loss accounts
   6. Analysing financial performance
   7. Financial ratios
   8. Applications of financial analysis
   9. Problems in financial statements and analysis

      Break-even analysis and leverages.

V) Financial Management in Public Sector Enterprises:

   1. Capital Budgeting
   2. Long term financing
   3. Working Capital Management
   4. Memorandum of Understanding
   5. Financial Management & Control

VI) Bare Acts:

   1. Company’s Act 1956 (with amendments)
   2. Contract Act.
   3. Partnership Act
   4. Payment of Gratuity Act.
   5. Consumer Protection Act.
   6. Industrial Dispute Act.
   7. Sales Tax Act.
   8. Payment of Bonus Act

Hope the information will help you in the real exam

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About Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) was formed in October 2000, and now has become the worlds 7th largest Telecommunication Company providing with range of telecom and internet service all over India. It provides with various  services like, Wire line, CDMA Mobile,  GSM Mobile, Internet, Broadband, MPLS-VPN, VSAT and VoIP services. At present it is one of the leading public sector companies in India.
BSNL , currently is working on expanding its network and to introduce new telecom services with ICT applications specifically in villages.  Presently, in India it has 46 million telephone connections, 8 million WLL  line, 52 Million GSM line,287 settielite connections.

BSNL is only public sector which concentrates on developing the Rural-Urban with Digital divide ICT sector. There is no other Telecom company which can beat BSNL reach which can provide services it every corner of the country. The company offers vide range of tariff schemes which can suite according to its customers. 
BSNL has around 35.1 million phone subscribers, which makes it unique. It has more than 2.5 million  WLL subscribers and around 2,5 million internet customers who access  internet through Dial-up, DIAS, Leased Line and the subscribers are increasing instantly.

BSNL  has set world class multi-gigabit, multi-protocol convergent IP infrastructure, which provides services voice, data and video. Currently, there are around 0.6 million DataOne broadband users in India. It has one of the finest Telecom Training institute which is certified with ISO 9000. It also has good experience in planning and installation, network  integration and maintenance  of switching and transmission Networks.

The total  turnover of the company is more than Rs.351,820 million (US$ 8 million). Due to its excellent  network and its increasing subscribers it has become No 1 Telecom Company in India.

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