West Bengal Public Service Commission
The Public Service Commission, West Bengal will hold the Panchayat Accounts and Audit Officer (Special) Recruitment Examination, 2016 on the results of which recruitment will be made to the posts of Panchayat Accounts and Audit Officer.
The Examination will be held in two successive stages, viz.,
(i) Written Examination (Conventional Type) and
(ii) Personality Test.
A number of candidates to be selected on the results of the Written Examination will be called to appear at the Personality Test.
The Written Examination will be held at Kolkata centre only in the month of February, 2017 or thereabout followed by Personality Test. The Personality Test of the candidates to be selected on the results of the written examination will be held in the office of the Public Service Commission, West Bengal, in Kolkata.
Commencement of submission of online application : The 30.11. 2016 from 11:30 a.m.
Closing date for submission of online application : The 20.12.2016 (upto 12-00 midnight)
Closing date for submission of fees through online : The 20.12.2016 (upto 12-00 midnight)
Closing date for submission of fees through offline : The 21.12.2016
* However, the Challan must be generated by the 20.12.2016 positively.
a. Educational Qualification – Candidates have to provide the details of their educational qualifications in the respective columns available in this section.
b. Professional Qualification
i. Specialized Field of Qualification (Optional) - Data preloaded from One Time Registration. Not editable.
ii. Additional Qualification (Optional) - Data preloaded from One Time Registration. Not editable.
iii. Professional Experience (optional) - Data preloaded from One Time Registration. Not editable.
c. If candidates have any time been employed, they have to give the details in the respective columns in chronological order, starting from the present job.
a. Select Language in Paper – I - Candidates have to select the Language from drop down list.
b. If the candidates are presently engaged in any Government/Government Undertaking/PSU/Constitutional/ Statutory/Autonomous body, then they have to accept the declaration that they have informed their head office in writing that they are applying for the examination. Otherwise this option can be left untouched.
c. Lastly candidates have to accept the declaration that they have provided correct information. This section is mandatory.
d. Finally candidates have to click on the Submit button.
Panchayat Accounts and Audit Officer Written Examination Syllabus
|1||Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santhali Composition||1 and ½ hours||50|
|2||English Composition||1 and ½ hours||50|
|3||General Knowledge & Current Affairs||1 and ½ hours||50|
|4||Business Mathematics||3 hours||100|
|6||Auditing||1 and ½ hours||50|
|7||Information Technology & Computer Science||1 and ½ hours||50|
Personality Test : 50 Marks
A. The Syllabi for Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santhali Composition and English Composition will be similar to the pass standard of the Bachelor of the Commerce Degree Examination of a recognized University.
B. Syllabus for the Information Technology and Computer Science will also be similar to the pass standard of the Bachelor of the Commerce Degree Examination of a recognized University.
C. Detailed Syllabi for Business Mathematics, Accountancy and Auditing are given below :
I. BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
(a) Ratio & Proportion with simple applications
(b) A.P., G.P., Convergence and divergence of G.P., Series
(f) Compound Interest and Annuities
(g) Set Theory
(h) Index Numbers
II. ACCOUNTANCY :
(a) Advance Book Keeping, Single and Double Entry Book Keeping and Accounts
(b) Bills of Exchanges
(d) Depreciation and sinking funds
(e) Self-balancing ledger
(f) Partnership Accounts
(g) Branch Accounts
(h) Departmental Accounts
(i) Company Accounts
(j) Higher Purchase and Royalty
(k) Loss of profit insurance
(l) Final Accounts
III. AUDITING :
(a) General idea of auditing
(b) Internal control- internal audit-internal check
(c) Audit programme
(e) Valuation and verification of assets & liabilities
(f) Duties & responsibilities of Auditor
(g) Auditor Reports and certificate- concept of true and fare view materiality (concepts and relevance)
(h) Audit of various institutions
(i) Audit of local bodies
(j) Comptroller & Auditor General of India and its constitutional role.