CBSE Sample Question Papers for Class 10 Elements of Book Keeping and Accountancy 2020

CBSE Sample Question Papers for Class 10 Elements of Book Keeping and Accountancy 2020

Sample Question Paper (2019-20)
Elements of Book Keeping And Accountancy
Class – X

Max. Marks: 70                                                                                            Duration: 3 hrs.

Question 1.
M/s Singh and Bros. purchased a machine costing ₹ 10,000 on April 1, 2018. Calculate its book value on March 31, 2019 if it is depreciated at 20% per annum on Straight Line Basis.  [1]

Question 2.
The amount by which the credit side of Profit and Loss Account exceeds the debit side is called:  [1]
(a) Net loss
(b) Gross Profit
(c) Gross Loss
(d) Net Profit

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Question 3.
In a firm which follows single entry system, ascertains, Capital in the beginning of accounting year by preparing  [1]
(a) Creditor’s Account
(b) Cash Account
(c) Opening statement of affairs
(d) Profit and Loss Account

Question 4.
Out of the following which is not the cause of Depreciation:  [1]
(a) Normal wear and tear
(b) Decrease or increase in market price.
(c) Use of asset
(d) Rate of obsolescence

Question 5.
Which of the following is not shown in trading account?  [1]
(a) Returns inward
(b) Wages
(c) Salaries
(d) Closing Stock

Question 6.
What is Depreciation?  [1]

Question 7.
Copy of customers account with the bank is called  [1]
(a) Pass book
(b) Cash book
(c) Bank account
(d) Petty cash book

Question 8.
Statement of financial position produced from incomplete accounting record is commonly known as _________ ((fill in the blank )   [1]

Question 9.
Classify the Following as Capital Expense and Revenue Expense  [1]
i) Repair of building
ii) Construction of cycle shed for workers

Question 10.
Purchase of machinery for production:  [1]
(a) Capital Expenditure.
(b) Revenue Expenditure
(c) Deferred Revenue Expenditure.
(d) None of the above. 1

Question 11.
Which of following transactions increases the balance as per pass book?  [1]
(a) Bank charges charged by bank.
(b) Payment made by bank as per standing instructions of customer.
(c) Interest on overdraft charged by bank.
(d) Interest on investment collected by bank

Question 12.
Three days added for ascertaining the date of maturity of a bill is known as days of _________.  [1]

Question 13.
Single Entry System is a __________.  [1]
(a) Hybrid System
(b) Complete system
(c) Incomplete system
(d) Difficult system

Question 14.
The acceptor of bill of exchange is known as _________.  [1]
(a) Drawer
(b) Drawee
(c) Endorsee
(d) Bank

Question 15.
Which among the following asset is never depreciated :-  [1]
(a) Building
(b) Land
(c) Furniture
(d) Machinery

Question 16.
A 3 month bill drawn on 1st January,2019 will mature for payment on  [1]
(a) 3rd April,2019
(b) 4th April, 2019
(c) 5th April,2019
(d) 10th April,2019

Question 17.
Complete the table below to indicate where the following will appear in Trial Balance Debit or Credit  [3]

Account Trial Balance Debit or Credit
Capital Account
Furniture and Fixtures Account
Sales Expenses Account
Sales Returns Account
Bills Payable Account
Bank Loan

Question 18.
Differentiate between the Capital and Revenue Receipts.  [3]
Write any three examples of Revenue Expenditure.

Question 19.
Anand sold goods worth ₹ 20,000 to Gursimar and drew a bill for two months which was duly accepted by Anand give journal entries (on maturity) in the books of Anand, when the bill duly met on maturity.  [3]
Ravi sold goods worth ₹ 45,000 to Raman paid 20,000 and accepted a bill for forty five days for the balance. Give journal entries (on maturity) in the books of Ravi, When the bill got dishonoured on maturity.

Question 20.
Even when it’s is not compulsory to prepare Bank Reconciliation Statement; It is prepared on any date decided by firm to check that all transactions relating to money deposited with and withdrawn from bank are properly recorded by the firm’s personnel. What purpose does Bank Reconciliation Statement solve?  [3]

Question 21.
Distinguish between Straight line and Diminishing Balance Method of charging Depreciation on the basis of:  [3]
((a) Depreciation Charge
((b) Amount of Depreciation
((c) Suitability

Question 22.
What is deferred revenue expenditure? Give one example.  [3]

Question 23.
Discuss any two causes of difference in the balance of cash and pass book.  [4]

Question 24.
Anita drew a bill on Kavita for ₹ 15,000 on 15th July 2019 for two months. Anita endorsed the bill to Sunita in full settlement of her dues of ₹ 16,000. The bill was met on maturity. Journalize in books of Anita and Kavita  [4]
On March 15, 2018 Shiv sold goods for ₹ 16,000 to Himank on credit. Himank accepted a bill of exchange drawn upon him by Shiv payable after three months. On April, 15 Shiv endorsed the bill in favour of his creditor Priya in full settlement of her debt of ₹ 16,500. On May 15, Priya discounted the bill with her bank @ 12% p.a. On the due date Himank met the bill. Record the necessary journal entries in the books of Shiv.

Question 25.
The following Legder Balances were extracted from the books of Aakash Deep on 31-03-2019. Prepare Profit and Loss account for him.  [4]

Gross Loss 6,000
Interest Received 30,000
Rent (paid) 5,000
Discount Allowed 3,000
Telephone expenses 2,000
Depreciation on machinery 4,000

Question 26.
Differentiate between Double entry and Single entry system, any four. (Incomplete Records)  [4]
Discuss any four limitations of Single entry system of bookkeeping.

Question 27.
Starwars Toys Pvt Ltd. purchased a machinery for ₹ 5,00,000 on 1st July 2017 and spent ₹ 20,000 on its installation and insurance and also spent ₹ 30,000 on its transportation. It is to be depreciated @10% p.a. on straight Line Basis method. If the accounts are closed on 31st march each year give journal entry on the date of purchase and prepare Machinery account for two years ending 31-03-2019.  [5]
On 1st April, 2016, a company purchased a machinery for ₹ 1,80,000. It spent ₹ 20,000 on its erection. On 1st Oct, 2017 it purchased second machinery for ₹ 40,000. The company writes off Depreciation at 10% p.a. on Diminishing balance method. Prepare machinery account for three years ending 31st March, 2019.

Question 28.
Debit balance shown by the cashbook of M/s. Rattan Lal Dealers is ₹ 75,000. Prepare Bank Reconciliation statement on September 31, 2019.  [5]
(a) Bank charges debited as per pass book ₹ 1,000, no entry regarding same has been there in Cash Book.
(b) Interest collected by bank but not recorded in Cash Book ₹ 8,000
(c) Insurance premium of Mr Rattan Lal ₹ 5,000 paid by bank directly as per standing instructions, accountant has not made any entry in Cash book for same.
(d) Cheque recorded in Cash Book but not sent for collection ₹ 9,000

Question 29.
Following is the position of M/s Kabir and Sons (who maintains his accounts in incomplete system) as on 31-03-2018 and 31-03-2019.  [5]

31-03-2018 (in ₹ ) 31-03-2019 (in ₹ )
Cash in hand 2,000 5,000
Cash at Bank 5,000 5,800
Sundry Debtors 75,000 90,000
Inventory 65,000 50,000
Land and Building 1,50,000 2,50,000
Sundry Creditors 30,000 25,000
Bills Receivables 5,000 10,000

During 2018-19 he introduced ₹ 30,000 as new capital and withdrew ₹ 20,00 per quarter for personal expenses. Ascertain his profit for the year ending 31-03-2019.

Question 30.
Prepare Trading and Profit and Loss account for M/s Green Electricals and Sons from the following information for the year ending 31-03-2019 when Closing stock is valued at 20,000.  [5]

Name of account Debit Balance (₹) Credit Balance (₹)
Opening Stock 10,000
Purchase and Sales 5,05,000 8,00,800
Returns 800 5,000
Misc Income 10,400
Debtors and Creditors 88,000 54,800
Capitals 13,00,000
Wages 35,000
Telephone Expenses 7,200
Patents 25,000
Land and Machinery 15,00,000
21,71,000 21,71,000

Calculate Cost of goods sold for the year 2017 with the of the following information:

Sales ₹ 40,00,000
Purchases ₹ 30,00,000
Wages ₹ 4,00,000
Stock( April 01,2016) ₹ 6,00,000
Stock (March 31,2017) ₹ 8,00,000
Freight Inward ₹ 1,00,000
Carriage Inward ₹ 2,00,000

CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 2019 -2020

CBSE Sample Papers for Class 10 for the academic year of 2019-2020 is tabulated below:

Class 10 Science SQP MS
Class 10 Elements of Book Keeping and Accountancy SQP MS
Class 10 Elements of Business SQP MS
Class 10 English (Language & Literature) SQP MS
Class 10 Hindi A SQP MS
Class 10 Hindi B SQP MS
Class 10 Home Science SQP MS
Class 10 Computer Application SQP MS
Class 10 Mathematics (Basic) SQP MS
Class 10 Mathematics (Standard) SQP MS
Class 10 Social Science SQP MS
Class 10 NCC SQP MS
Class 10 Hindustani Music (Melodic) SQP MS
Class 10 Hindustani Music (Percussion) SQP MS
Class 10 Hindustani Music (Vocal) SQP MS
Class 10 Carnatic Music-Melodic Instruments SQP MS
Class 10 Carnatic Music-Percussion Instruments SQP MS
Class 10 Carnatic Music-Vocal SQP MS
Class 10 Painting SQP MS
Class 10 Arabic SQP MS
Class 10 Bengali SQP MS
Class 10 Assamese SQP MS
Class 10 Bahasa Melayu SQP MS
Class 10 Bhutia SQP MS
Class 10 Bodo SQP MS
Class 10 French SQP MS
Class 10 German SQP MS
Class 10 Gujarati SQP MS
Class 10 Gurung SQP MS
Class 10 Japanese SQP MS
Class 10 Kannada SQP MS
Class 10 Lepcha SQP MS
Class 10 Limboo SQP MS
Class 10 Malayalam SQP MS
Class 10 Manipuri SQP MS
Class 10 Mizo SQP MS
Class 10 Marathi SQP MS
Class 10 Nepali SQP MS
Class 10 Odia SQP MS
Class 10 Persian SQP MS
Class 10 Punjabi SQP MS
Class 10 Rai Language SQP MS
Class 10 Russian SQP MS
Class 10 Sanskrit SQP MS
Class 10 Sherpa SQP MS
Class 10 Sindhi SQP MS
Class 10 Spanish SQP MS
Class 10 Tamil SQP MS
Class 10 Tamang SQP
Class 10 Tangkhul SQP MS
Class 10 Telugu AP SQP MS
Class 10 Telugu Telangana SQP MS
Class 10 Thai SQP MS
Class 10 Tibetan SQP MS
Class 10 Urdu A SQP MS
Class 10 Urdu B SQP MS

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