EXAMINATION/MOST IMMEDIATE
No.A.34012/142/2001/MF.CGA(E)/
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Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Controller General of Accounts
Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market
New Delhi-110003.
Dated:
To
The Pr. CCA/CCA/CA,
Ministry/Department of
NEW DELHI.
Subject : Corrigendum to the "Regulations for the Assistant Accounts Officer ( Civil) Examination for
the appointment as Assistant Accounts Officer in Departmentalised Accounts Organisations" 2006.
Sir/Madam
Please find enclosed herewith Corrigendum No.2 i.e. Amendment - to the "Regulations for the
Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination for the appointment as Assistant Accounts Officer in
Departmentalised Accounts Organisations" 2006 for information & necessary action.
The corrigendum may be brought to the notice of all concerned.
This issues with the approval of competent authority.
Yours faithfully
Encl. As above :
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(Chandan Mishra Dwivedi)
Dy. Controller General of Accounts (Exam)
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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE,
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DEPTT. OF EXPENDITURE
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CONTROLLER GENERAL OF ACCOUNTS
LOK NAYAK BHA WAN, KHAN MARKET,
NEW DELHI.
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Dated:-21.08.2009
Subject:- Amendment to Rules, Regulations & Syllabus of the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil)
Examination.
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Consequent upon the redesignation of the merged cadre of Junior Accounts Officer and
Assistant Accounts Officer as "Assistant Accounts Officer" vide this office O.M. No.A-
60015/1/2008/MF.CGA(A)/NGE/Pay Comm/29 dated 2.06.2009, the Junior Accounts Officer
(Civil) Examination will henceforth be called the "Assistant Accounts Officer (Civil)
Examination". Accordingly, the words "Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination",
wherever they appear in the Rules, Regulations & Syllabus of the Junior Accounts Officer
(Civil) Examination effective from the year 2006, shall be replaced with the words "Assistant
Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination". Further references to "JAO" and "Junior Accounts
Officer" in the said Rules, Regulations & Syllabus may be treated as references to" d
"Assistant Accounts Officer" respectively.
( M.
aran )
Jt. Controller General of Accounts
To
(i)
All Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs.
(ii)
Director, Institute of Government Accounts & Finance (INGAF), New Delhi.
(iii) Jt. CGA (NGE & Gr. B), 0/o the CGA, New Delhi for information and also
incorporating the new name in the RRs of AA0s.
(iv) AAO(CDN), 0/o the CGA, New Delhi for circulation among the staff of CGA's office.
(v)
The Secretary General, All India Civil Accounts Employees' Association, 10/42, IInd
Floor, Old Rajinder,
Isfagar, New Delhi-110 060.
(vi)
NIC, 4th Floor, Loec. Nayak Bhawan with the request to upload this amendment in the
CGA's website under the link JAO(C) Examination.
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34012/142/2006/Syllabus Review/MF.CGA(E)/ 6. 8
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
RY OF FINANCE, DEPTT. OF EXPENDITURE
NTROLLER GENERAL OF ACCOUNTS
LOK NA YAK BHA WAN
KHAN MARKET, New Delhi.
Dated: - 04.08.2008.
Subject:- Amendment to Rules, Regulations & Syllabus of the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil)
Examination. •
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Reference is invited to Para 4.1 of the Regulation for the Junior Accounts Officer
(Civil) Examination for appointment as Junior Accounts Officers in the Departinentalised
Accounts Organisation effective from the year 2006. The Controller General of Accounts has
approved the following amendments to the said Para:
(a) In the said Para, in line 3, after the words "Stenographers Grade II and Grade-I", the
words "Caretaker in the Institute of Government Accounts & Finance" and in line 9,
after the words "Central Civl Accounts Service (Stenographer Grade —I) Recruitment
Rules, 2000", the words "Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure (Institute of
Government Accounts and Finance), Caretaker Recruitment Rules, 1996" may be
added.
(b) The following Note may be added below Para 4.1:
"Note:- In the case of persons who have joined the Central Civil Accounts Service
(CCAS) as Accountants initially on deputation basis and who have been absorbed
subsequently An the said Service in accordance with the provisions contained in the.
Central Civil Accounts Service (Group C) Recruitment Rules relating to the post of
Accountants, the period of three years mentioned in Para 4.1 will be counted from the
date of their joining the CCAS as Accountant on deputation basis. 1-107,vevcr they will
be eligible to appear in the Examination only it - they havc passed the Dep9,eftreriiral-. %
Confir,natory Examination for Accountants on the date their names ar('sponsored
by the concerned PrCCAJCCA/CA.
(ivtt-Sild h a ran )
it. Controller (rjeniA•al of Accounts
To
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(1) All Pr.CCAs/kAs/CAs
(2) Director instituteof Government Accounts & Finance (INGAF), New Delhi.
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EXAMINATION/MOST IMMEDIATE
No. A-34012/142/2006/JA0 (C) Syllabus Review/MF CGA (E)/110
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE, DEPT[. OF EXPENDITURE
CONTROLLER GENERAL OF ACCOUNTS
LOK NAYAK BHAWAN
KHAN MARKET, New Delhi.
Dated: -22.11.2007.
To
Shri.
Pr. CCA/ CCA/CA/Dy. CA
Ministry of
New Delhi.
Subject:- Corrigendum to the "Regulation for Junior Accounts Officer (Civil)
Examination for appointment of Junior Accounts Officers in the
Departmentalised Accounts Organisations" effective from 2006.
Sir/Madam,
Reference is invited to this office letter No. A-34012/142/2006/JA0 (C) Syllabus
Review/MF CGA (E)/43 dated 08.06.2006 forwarding there with the regulation and syllabus of
the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examintaion effective from 2006 onwards.
Please find enclosed a corrigendum issued in respect of Rule 7 " Result/Pass marks"
on the above subject. The corrigendum is effective from the JAO(C) Examination to be
conducted from 2007 onwards. All others provisions concerning the regulation for Junior
Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination for appointment of Junior Accounts Officers in the
Departmentalised Accounts Organisations remains unaltered. The above corrigendum may be
brought to the notice of all.eoncemed.
Yours faith ully,
( 0. R. Ranganathan )
r. Accounts Officer (Exam)

Corrigendum No. 1 to the "Regulation for the Junior Accounts
Officer (Civil) Examination for the Appointment as Junior
Accounts Officer in Departmentalised Accounts Organisation
effective from 2006".
The following may be read as against the exiting provisions of Rule 7:
Results/Pass Marks.
A candidate who has passed all 8 papers and also qualifies the examination on
Computers will be declared as passed and will be eligible for promotion as Junior
Accounts Officer. In order to pass in a Paper a candidate should secure a minimum of
50% marks, where upon he/she will also be exempt from reappearing in that paper. For
SC/ST candidatesthe pass mark will be 45%".

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No. A-34012/142/2006/J.A.0 (C)/ Syllabus Review/MF CGA (E)/43
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE, DEPT'T. OF EXPENDITURE
CONTROLLER GENERAL OF ACCOUNTS
LOK NAYAK BHA WAN
KHAN MARKET, New Delhi.
8th June, 2006
To
Sh./Smt.
Pr. CCAJCCA/CA/Dy. CA
Min./Deptt. of
New Delhi.
Subject:- Regulation for the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination
effective from 2006 onwards.
Sir/ Madam,
The Regulation and Syllabus of the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil)
Examination has been revised. This revised Regulation and Syllabus to be
effective from 2006 is enclosed.
The Course and the examination on Computer Concept to be conducted
by DOEACC Society has been detailed in Para 15 of the Regulation. The
details of accredited institutes of DOEACC where the candidates can get
enrolled for training and take the CCC exam conducted by DOEACC and the
training cost/fee which is to be borne by the respective ministries will be
intimated separately'.
The contents of the Regulation and Syllabus may be brought to the
knowledge of all the PAOs and the candidates for their information at the
earliest. These are also being put on the website of the CGA (www.cgaindia.org ).
Kindly acknowledge receipt.
End: as above
Yours faithfully,
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(Renu. C. Deshpande)
Dy. Controller General of Accounts.

Government of India
Ministry of Finance, Dept. of Expenditure
Office of the Controller General of Accounts
Lok Nayak Bhavan, New Delhi
REGULATION FOR THE JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (CIVIL)
EXAMINATION FOR APPOINTMENT AS JUNIOR ACCOUNTS
OFFICERS IN DEPARTMENTALISED ACCOUNTS ORGANISATION
EFFECTIVE FROM 2006.
INTRODUCTION
1. The Regulation governing the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil)
Examination will hereinafter be called as 'Junior Accounts Officer(Civil)
Examination Regulation 2006' and will be effective from 2006.
2.
The Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination required to be passed in
order to be eligible for appointment as Junior Accounts Officer will consist of 8
Papers and a course and examination on Computer Concepts (the details of
which are explained in paragraph 15 below). The details of the 8 papers and the
total marks, scheme of examination, marking system and the detailed syllabus
of Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination for each of the Papers and those
on Computer Concepts has been brought out in Annexure-I and Annexure-II.
A candidate could take one or more papers in any combination in one sitting.
There will be no upper age limit for appearing in the examination.
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The Examination \vapid be conducted such number of times in a year in
the manner prescribed by the Controller General of Accounts by means of
question papers set by or on behalf of the Controller General of Accounts. The
answers would be examined and marked by Officers nominated by or on behalf
of the Controller General of Accounts.
4. ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS:
4.1 All Accountants/ Sr Accountants, Lower Division Clerks, Computer
Operators, Data Entry Operators, Stenographers Grade III, Stenographers Grade
II and Grade-I, covered by the Central Civil Accounts Service (Group 'C')
Recruitment Rules2000, Central Civil Accounts Service Computer Operator
(Gr. C posts) Recruitment Rules, 1995,Central Civil Accounts Service Data
Entry Operator Grade A and Grade B (Group 'C' posts) Recruitment
Rules, 1994, Central Civil Accounts Service (Stenographer Group 'C')
Recruitment Rules, 2000 nd Central Civil Accounts Service (Stenographer
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Additional Controller General of Accounts
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Grade -I) Recruitment Rules 2000, respectively who have rendered a minimum
service of three years in their grades as on 1 st October of the year of
Examination will be eligible for taking part in the examination. In respect of
persons transferred from other organisations the service rendered in the relevant
grade prior to the transfer shall also be included.
4.2 Candidates would be required to pass all the 8 papers along with the
course and examination on Computer Concepts within a period of 12 successive
examinations conducted by the Controller General Accounts commencing from
of his/her first appearance under the new regulation in order to be eligible for
promotion as Junior Accounts Officer. The period of 12 successive
examination will include any examination in respect of which the candidate has
been allowed to withdraw his candidature under Paragraph 6.
Note:- In respect of candidates who have appeared under the earlier Regulation
and passed Part-I of the examination or secured an exemption in any subject
under Part-I or Part-II, as indicated in Paragraph 8, the period of 12 successive
examination would be counted from the examination to be held in 2006.
4.3 Subject to the various instructions issued by the Controller General of
Accounts from time to time and also subject to his final approval, Principal
Chief Controllers of Account/Chief Controllers of Account/Controllers of
Account ( Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs) /Heads of Accounting Organisation may permit
candidates of their offices to appear in the Jr. Accounts Officer (Civil)
Examination provided they are otherwise eligible to take the examination. The
name and other particulars of the candidates permitted to take the examination
should be sent to the Controller General of Accounts by the dates prescribed, in
form CGA/JAE-12. The forms will be supplied to the
Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs/Heads of Accounting Organisation each year. If there is
no candidate from any organisation 'NIL' statement should be invariably be sent.
The Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs / Heads of Accounting Organisation should ensure
that the particulars noted in the statement are correct. To ensure the correctness
the Pr.CCAs/ CCAs/CAs etc. should get the particulars in the statement
checked, in addition, by a Junior Accounts Officer and an Accounts Officer
other than those who are responsible for its preparation.
4.4
Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs etc. are requested NOT to forward original
application or any other communication from any prospective candidates to this
office.
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Additional Controller General of Accounts
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RELAXATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY:
All the conditions of eligibility of the candidates to take up the
examination has been laid down in para 4 above. The Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs who
scrutinise the eligibility condition with reference to the rules laid down in para 4
above must ensure that all candidates recommended by them satisfy all the
above conditions of eligibility and no request for relaxation will be entertained
by the Controller General of Accounts.
6 GUIDELINES FOR DEALING WITH APPLICATIONS FOR
WITHDRAWAL FROM THE EXAMINATION
6.1 While notifying the schedule for receipt of the list of candidates for the
examination the Controller General of Accounts may at his discretion prescribe
a date before which a candidate may be permitted by the Pr.CCA/CCAs/CAs/
Heads of Accounting Organisation to withdraw the candidature without
assigning any reason. A consolidated statement of withdrawals giving reference
to the relevant entries in the list of candidates (form CGA/JAE-12) of all the
candidates who have been permitted to withdraw under this clause should be
sent to the Controller General of Accounts on a date which will be specified for
this purpose. Allotment of Index Nos. to the candidates would be taken up after
the receipt of this list from the Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs etc. A 'NIL' statement
should invariably be sent if no such cases has arisen. Candidates included in the
consolidated statement of withdrawals will not be given Index Nos. and no
candidate will be permitted to appear for the examination after being permitted
to withdraw the candidature.
6.2 If in any exceptional circumstances any candidate requests for withdrawal
after the above mentioned prescribed date, the Pr.CCAs/ CCAs/CAs/Heads of
Accounting Organisation would exercise their judgement on the grounds offered
by the candidates for withdrawal, such as medical reasons or other reasons
beyond the control of the candidate which forced him to withdraw from the
Examination and take a final decision in each case provided that a request had
actually been received *before the commencement of the Examination by the
head of the office. Obviously, where the applications had been received by the
Head of Office after the Examination had already commenced or was already
over or cases where candidates applied for withdrawal after appearing in some
papers of the Examination are not covered under these regulations and such
requests should not be entertained or recommended to the Controller General of
Accounts for special relaxation. The Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs/ Heads of
Accounting Organistion should not, however, inform the Controller General of
Accounts in piece-meal of the decisions taken by them on individual
applications.
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6.3 Within a week after the examination is concluded, a final list indicating
the names & Index Nos of candidates who have been permitted by the
Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs/Heads of Accounting Organisation to withdraw their
candidature under this clause should be forwarded to Controller General of
Accounts (A 'Nil' statement is required if no such case has arisen). This
information will be utilised by the Controller General of Accounts at the time of
publication of results of the Examination wherein such candidates will be
marked 'withdrawn' in the result sheet.
6.4 The Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs etc. are requested to follow the procedure
described in Paragraph 6.1 to 6.3 above strictly while dealing with the
withdrawal of applications. No correspondence on this matter directly from the
candidates or from officers subordinate to Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs etc. will be
entertained by the Controller General of Accounts.
7.
RESULTS/PASS MARKS:
A candidate who has passed all 8 papers and also qualifies the
examination on Computers will be declared as Passed and will be eligible for
promotion as Junior Accounts Officer. In order to pass in a paper a candidate
should secure 55% (50% in the case of Paper-1 and Paper-4) where upon
he/she will be exempt from reappearing in that paper. For SC/ST candidates the
pass mark will be 50% (45% in the case of Paper-1 and Paper-4).
8.
EXEMPTIONS:
Consequent to the introduction of the revised syllabus for the examination
to be conducted from the year 2006 onwards, the exemption allowed to be
carried from the existing subject of the old syllabus to the new papers in the
revised syllabus will be as brought out in Annexure-III. Candidates who have
passed the final examination of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountant
/Institute of Chartered Accountants of India will be exempted from appearing in
paper 8 on "Commercial and Management Accounts" of the Junior Accounts
Officer (Civil) Examination Regulation 2006.
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.R. Sundaramurti
Additional Controller General of Accounts
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9. TRAINING:
9.1 There is no objection to the Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs etc. arranging for such
lectures/training classes at their Head Quarter or at any outstations for the
candidates appearing for the Junior Accounts Officer(Civil)Examination
Regulation,2006.
9.2 Lecturers should be selected keeping in view their experience as well as
educational qualifications. Services of retired Accounts Officers/Dy. Controller
of Accounts for such training can also be utilised subject to the condition that
they keep themselves updated with the rules and procedures. They may also be
paid honorarium at the rates prescribed hereunder.
9.3 Lecturers shall be entitled to purchase one set of books prescribed for the
paper concerning them out of the respective office contingencies. They shall
also be entitled to reimbursement of conveyance charges from office to the
place of lecture hall as otherwise admissible under the rules for performance of
official duties.
9.4 The rates of honorarium for delivering lectures commencing from 7 th
June, 1999 are Rs. 100/- per lecture of 75 minutes duration irrespective of the
rank/designation of the officer delivering the lectures. Grant of honorarium will
be subject to the conditions laid down in this office letter No. A.34012/100-
E/77/MF CGA(E)/72 dated 07.06.1999.
9.5 Necessary financial sanction/provision of funds for the expenditure
involved will be ensured by the Pr. CCAs/CCAs/CAs.
9.6 Where joint training classes have been held, the Co-ordinating
Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs shall certify the number of lectures delivered by each
PA0s/JA0s etc. participating in the training programme to the respective Pr.
CCAs/CCAs/CAs holding administrative control to enable them to accord
necessary sanction and arrange payment of the honorarium out of their
respective office funds.
9.7 Practical training in public works division or in stores purchase
organisation is not obligatory before a candidate is allowed to appear in Paper 6
and 7 of the Examination.
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C.R. Sundaramurti
Additional Controller General of Accounts

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10. LANGUAGE MEDIUM
Question papers on all the subject prescribed under the Junior Accounts
Officer (Civil) Examination Regulation,2006 will be bilingual i.e. both in Hindi
and English. Candidates may answer particular paper in its entirety either in
Hindi or English. However, they will not be allowed to answer a particular
question paper partly in Hindi and partly in English. Option of the candidates
for answering a paper in Hindi or English is not required.
11. RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUPPLY OF BOOKS/PUBLICATIONS
REQUIRED FOR PREPARATION FOR THE EXAMINATION
Candidates are expected to make their own arrangements and avail of
library facilities wherever available for their requirement of prescribed books
and correction slips to the various code and manuals for the Junior Accounts
Officer (Civil) Examination.
12. USE OF UNOFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS
12.1 Candidates would be permitted to use during the examination the
unofficial publication as listed below each paper of the syllabus (Annexure I).
12.2 Keeping in view the non-availability of latest Govt. Publications in regard
to the following Acts, candidates may be permitted to use non-Govt. publications
providing 'Bare Acts' in the Examination Hall:
(1) The Indian Conitact Act, 1872
(2) The Central Sales Tax Act, 1956
(3) The Limitation Act 1963
12.3 Candidates would have to provide themselves with the books at their own
cost and are also forewqrned that they would be using these books at their own
risk. Controller General of Accounts is not responsible with regard to the
accuracy or completeness of the publications.
13. REPRESENTATIONS FROM FAILED CANDIDATES
Representation from failed candidates for the grant of grace marks,
revaluation/rechecking of the answer books should not be forwarded to the
Controller General of Accounts unless the Pr.CCAs/ CCAs/CAs, etc, is fully
convinced that there are sufficiently strong grounds for entertaining the
representations. Representairs of this nature received directly from the
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candidates or through officers subordinate to CCAs/CAs, will not be
entertained.
14. TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE:
Travelling allowance as on tour but without any allowance for halt may
be allowed under S. R. 132 to outstation candidates for the journeys between
their Headquarters and the place at which they appear for the Junior Accounts
Officer (Civil) Examination conducted by the Controller General of Accounts.
The T. A. claim will be restricted to what would be admissible for journey to
and from the Examination Centre which is nearest to the station of posting of
the candidate.
15. COURSE AND EXAMINATION ON COMPUTER CONCEPTS.
15.1. The candidates appearing for the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil)
Examination under the new Regulation and also those candidates who have to
appear only in the paper on Computer System of the old syllabus will have to
enroll themselves for the 'Course on Computer Concepts' (CCC) with the
accredited institutes of DOEACC Society and qualify the CCC Exam conducted
by the Society. Qualifying the CCC exam conducted by DOEACC Society is
mandatory for promotion as Junior Accounts Officer.
15.2 The list of accredited institutes of the DOEACC Society to which the
Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) examination candidates will get enrolled, obtain
training and appear the CCC examination will be circulated separately.
15.3 The cost of initial training of the candidates will be borne by the ministry
from which the candidate would be appearing for the examination.The
Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CsA etc are required to make necessary provision of funds to
meet the expenditure of the training of the candidate. The schedule of fees to be
paid to the accredited institute would be intimated separately. The DOEACC
Society will be charging an examination fee (currently Rs.340.00) for each
appearance in the CCC exam after training. The Pr.CCAs/CCAs/CAs etc will
bear the cost of examination fee for each candidate not more than twice. The
cost of examination fee for subsequent attempts, due to failure/ absence, will be
borne by the respective candidates and will be remitted by the candidates
directly to the DOEACC Society.
15.4 The DOEACC Society are currently conducting the exams for the CCC
course thrice in a calendar year i.e January, May & September. However, the
Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) examination are currently held once in a year.
Accordingly the candidates . o qualify the CCC exam of DOEACC upto the
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September batch each year, as per the schedule of DOEACC, will be considered
for promotion as Junior Accounts Officer and will be included as a passed
candidate of the J.A.0 (Civil) examination for that year. (provided the
candidates have qualified the other 8 papers).
15.5 The candidates would be free to take the required training and the CCC
examination at any time during the year.
15.6
The syllabus of the CCC examination conducted by the DOEACC
society presently is at Annexure-II. However the syllabus could vary from time
to time as may be notified by the DOEACC society. The candidates would be
covered by the syllabus prevalent at the time they appear in the examination.
16. GENERAL
16.1. Controller General of Accounts expects that all the PrCCAs/CCAs/CAs,
etc. to strictly adhere to the prescribed regulations and schedule that may be
prescribed for the various activities connected with the Examination.
16.2 The Controller General of Accounts shall have the authority to add to or
alter the list of categories eligible to appear in the examination as also the other
eligibility conditions in respect of the examination.
16.3 The Controller General of Accounts shall have the authority to exempt
any candidate possessing specified educational or professional qualification
from appearing in any paper or papers in the examination.
16.4 The Controller Generatof Accounts shall have the authority to vary, relax
or modify any of the regulations, conditions and procedures of the examination
for a specified class / group of persons.
16.5 The Controller General of Accounts shall have the authority to vary, relax
any of the regulations, conditions and procedures in the examination.
16.6 In all the matters relating to the Examination, the decision of the
Controller General of Accounts shall be final.
16.7 These Regulations would supercede all previous Regulations issued with
regard to the conduct of the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination.
C.R. Sundaramurti
Additional Controller General of Accounts

Annexure-1
SYLLABUS FOR JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (CIVIL) EXAMINATION
EFFECTIVE FROM 2006
Paper No. 1 -Precis & Draft
Time allowed - 3 hrs.
Max. Marks - 100
Marks for passing - 50
Syllabus content:-
Precis of a correspondence or of notes/ material of an official subject.
25 marks
2.
3 short question relating to the given passage in the precis. Question to be
answered in less than 50 words to bring out the level of comprehension of the
candidate.
15 marks
3.
Drafting of an official letter/office memorandum/UO note bearing on the
subject matter provided in the passage.
20 marks
4.
Paragraph writing of around 150 words on subject of current event/general
interest.
25 marks
5.
Questions on grammar
15 marks
NOTE:
1.
This paper would be set in Hindi as well as in English language
and candidates would have an option to select one of them. For the
grammar portion in the Hindi paper questions will be set to test the
ability of the ordinarily used words in official work. A question requiring
the candidate to translate a passage from English to Hindi language
containing official/technical terms will also be given (in lieu of the
paragraph writing prescribed for the English paper)
2.
While evaluating the question on precis and drafting the
candidates would be evaluated for their understanding and ability to
express the same in short sentences using simple words. He would not
be expected to reproduce the passage selectively.
C.R. Sundaramurti
Additional Controller General of Accounts

Paper No. 2-Service Rules
Time allowed - 3 hrs
Max. Marks - 100
Marks for passing - 55
Syllabus content:-
1
Swamy's Compilation of FRSR Part-l- General Rules( excepting the portion on
Govt. residences covered under Section 26 to 28 of S.R)
2 Swamy's Compilation of FRSR- Part-II- Travelling Allowances.
3 Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules 1944
4 i) CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972
ii) CCS (Commutation of Pension) Rules 1981
iii) Defined Contributory Pension Scheme.
5 CCS (Leave) Rules, 1972
6 Leave Travel Concession Rules.
7. i) General Provident Fund (Central Service) Rules, 1960.
ii) Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme 1980.
8. Orders governing fixation of Pay of re-employed Pensioners.
NOTE:-
1. Books will be allowed to the candidates for answering this paper.
2. The candidates would be expected to answer in a clear and cogent manner
and invite reference to the relevant provisions of Rules (wherever
applicable).
3. The paper would also contain objective type questions. This section
would not carry negative marking
4. The following books would be permitted for use in the examination hall.
(a)
Chaudri's Compilation of CSR.
(b)
Swamy's Compilation of FRSR Part-II General Rules.
(c)
Swamy's Compilation of FRSR Part-II Travelling Allowances.
(d)
Swamy's Compilation of CCS Pension Rules.
(e)
Swamy's Compilation of FRSR Part-III Leave Rules
(f)
Swamy's Compilation of Central Civil Services-Leave Travel Concession
Rules.
(g)
Swamy's Compilation of General Provident Fund Rules.
(h)
Swamy's Compilation of Group Insurance Schemes 1980.
(i)
Swamy's Compilation on Re-employment of Pensioners (Civilians and
Ex-Servicemen)
(j)
Department of Economic Affairs and CGA's orders on Defined
Contributory Pension Scheme
(k)
Swamy's Compilation of Medical Attendance Rules
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Paper No. 3 - Accounting Procedure
Time allowed - 3hrs
Max. Marks- 100
Marks for passing - 55
Syllabus content:
1.
Central Govt. Accounts (Receipts & Payment Rules)1983
2.
i) Central Treasury Rules Vol. 1 Section IV of Part-V (i.e. Rules 319 to
371 relating to Pension Payments).
ii) Scheme for payment of pensions to Central Govt. (Civil) Pensioners by
Public Sector Banks.
3.
Civil Accounts Manual (Revised 1 st Edition)
4.
Government Accounting Rules 1990.
5.
List of Major & Minor Heads of Accounts of Union and States.
NOTE:-
1. Books will be allowed to the candidates for answering this paper.
2. The candidates would be expected to answer in a clear and cogent manner
and invite reference to the relevant provisions of the Rules (wherever
applicable).
3. The paper would also contain objective type questions. This section would
not carry negative marking.
4. The following Books would be permitted for use in the examination hall
(a) Swamy's Compilation of Central Government Account Receipts and
Payments Rules.
(b) Scheme for Payment of Pensions to Central Government Civil Pensioners by
Authorised Banks issued by Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure,
Controller General of Accounts, Central Pension Accounting Office.
(c) Swamy's Compilation on Central Treasury Rules Vol. I
(d) Civil Accounts Manual (Revised First Edition - 2002 Vol-I and II) issued by
the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, Controller General of
Accounts, New Delhi.
(e) Government Accounting Rules, 1990 issued by the Ministry of Finance,
Department of Expenditure, Controller General of Accounts
(f) List of Major and Minor Heads of Accounts of Union and States Volume-I & II
Issued by the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure. Controller
General of Accounts.
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Paper No. 4 - Parliamentary Financial Control and Government Budgeting.
Time allowed - 3 hrs.
Max. Marks - 100
Marks for passing - 50
Syllabus content:-
Constitution of India
Part - V - Chapter I (Conduct of Govt. Business), II, Ill & IV
Part - XI
Part - XII - Chapter I, II & Ill
Part - XIII
50 Marks
Part - XIV - Chapter I
Part - XVIII & Part XX
Relevant schedules referred to in the above provisions of Constitution of India
will also form part of the syllabus.
2.
(i) General Financial Rules-2005- Except Chapters 5,6,7 and 8
(ii) Delegation of Financial Power Rules
(50 Marks for Sr. No2,3 &
4 of Syllabus)
3.
(a) Principles of Budgeting
(b) Budget formulation and implementation including:
(i) New Service and New Instrument of Service (ii) Reappropriations of
Funds (iii) Supplementay Budget- cash, token and technical
supplementary demands (iv) Surrender of Saving (v) Vote on Account
(vi) Expenditure Budget: Statement of Budget Estimates (vii) Non-Tax
Receipt Budget (viii) Budget for the Public Account (ix) Control of
expenditure against Budget (x) Advances from Contingency Fund of India
(xi) Budget Documents
(c) Fiscal Responsibility Legislation (FRBM Acts and Rules)
(d) Performance and Outcome Budget
4.
Rules & Procedures and Conduct of Business in Lok Sabha Ninth Edition,
1977.
Chapter XIX
Chapter XXVI - Parliamentary Committees, General Rules, Committee on
Public Accounts, Committee on Estimates, Committee on Public Undertaking,
Committee on Subordinate Legislation, Departmentally related Standing
Committee.
NOTE:-
1.
This paper will be set in Hindi and English languages and candidate will
have an option to select either of them.
2.
From the parts of the Constitution prescribed above, questions on
matters such as manner of elections, conditions for eligibility of
election, qualifications, rocedural details, jurisdiction of court etc. will
be excluded.
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3.
The paper would contain objective type question. This section would
not carry negative marking.
4.
The following Books will be permitted for use in the examination hall
(a) Constitution of India
(b) Swamy's Compilation of General Financial Rules,2005 incorporating
Compendium of Rules and Advances to Government Servants. Or
(c) Nabhi's Compilation of General Financial Rules,2005 and Compendium of
Rules on Advances to Govt. Servants-2006
(d) Swamy's Compilation of DFPR
(e) FRBM Act and FRBM Rules-2004
(f) Rules and procedures and Conduct of Business in Lok Sabha - Ninth
Edition
(g) Contingency Fund of India Rules 1952
(h) Contingency Fund of India Act.
5. Suggested reading material:
(a) Swamy's Compilation of General Financial Rules 2005 Incorporating
Compendium of Rules on Advances to Government Servants. OR Nabhi's
Compilation of General Financial Rules, 2005 and Compendium of Rules
on Advances to Govt. Servants
(b) Swamy's Compilation of DFPR
(c) FRBM Act and FRBM Rules-2004
(d) Constitution of India
(e) Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in Lok Sabha- Ninth Edition
(f) Contingency Fund of India, Rules 1952
(g) Government Budgeting: Principles & Practices by Dr. C.N Sudarsanan
(Sree Sudarsan Publication-Chennai)
(h) Government Budgeting in India by Shri. M.M. Sury (Published by Indian
Tax Institute
(i) Budget Circular of the last year
(j) Guidelines on the preparation of Outcome Budget and Performance Budget
issued by Ministry of Finance
(k) Budget Documents
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Additional Controller General of Accounts

Paper No. 5 - Specialised Account Rules and Office Management
Time allowed - 3 hrs.
Max. Marks - 100
Marks for passing - 55
Syllabus content:-
1.
Manual for Collection of Revenue and Payment of Refund etc and their
accounting in the formations under the Central Board of Excise and Customs.
2.
System of Accounting for Direct Taxes - Receipts and Refunds.
3.
Compendium on Advances to Government Servants.
4.
Suspense Manual
5.
CCS (Conduct) Rules.
6.
CCS (CCA) Rules
7.
Manual of Office Procedure
8.
DDO Manual
9.
Accounting for External and Internal Debt
10.
Budgeting and Accounting of externally aided projects (Chapter-10 of GFR-
2005)
NOTE:-
1.
Books will be allowed to the candidates while answering this paper.
2.
The paper would contain theoretical and practical questions.
3.
The paper would also contain objective type questions. This section
would not carry negative marking.
4.
The candidates would be expected to answer in a clear and cogent
manner and invite reference to the relevant provisions of the Rules
(wherever applicable).
5.
The following books would be permitted for use in the examination hall
(a) Manual for Collection of Revenue and Payment of Refund etc and their
accounting in the
formation under the Central Board of Excise and
Customs.- issued by Ministry of Finance, Dept of Revenue, Central Board
of Excise & Customs
(b) System of Accounting for Direct Taxes Receipts and Refunds issued by
Directorate of Income Tax (Research Statistics, Publication & Public
Relations)
(c) Swamy's Compilation of General Financial Rules 2005 Incorporating
Compendium of Rules on Advances to Government Servants. OR Nabhi's
Compilation of General Financial Rules,2005 and Compendium of Rules on
Advances to Govt. Servants
(d) Suspense Manual (First Edition) issued by Controller General of Accounts
(e) Swamy's Compilation of Conduct Rules.
(f)
Swamy's Compilation of GCS CCA Rules.
(g) Manual of Office Procedure (Diglot) issued by DOP & T or Swamy's Manual
on Office Procedure.
(h) Manual of Drawing and Disbursing Officers issued by Controller General of
Accounts.
(i)
Quality Manual on Aid, Accounts & Audit Division (AAAD), Dept. of
Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance.
(j)
Manual of Rupee Loan Sections, Office of the AGCR
C.R. Sundaramurti
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Paper No. No. 6 - Public Works Accounts
Time allowed - 3 hrs.
Max. Marks - 100
Marks for passing - 55
Syllabus content:-
1.
CPWA Code with appendices
2.
Books of forms referred to in the CPW 'A Code.
3.
CPVVD Departmental Code.
4.
CPWD Works Manual,
5.
General Conditions of contract for CPWD Works.
6.
General Financial Rules-2005- Chapter-5
7.
The Indian Contract Act-1872
NOTE:-
1.
Books will be allowed to the candidates for answering this paper.
2.
The Paper would contain theoretical and practical questions
3.
The paper would also contain objective type questions. This section
would not carry negative marking
4.
The candidates would be expected to answer in a clear and cogent
manner and invite reference to the relevant provisions of the Rules
(wherever applicable).
5.
The following Books would be permitted for use in the examination hall
(a) CPVV Account Code published by Chief Controller of Accounts, Ministry of
Urban Development.
(b) Book of Forms referred to in Central Public Works Account Code published
by Chief Controller of Accounts, Ministry of Urban Development .
(c) Nabhi's Compilation of CPVVD Code-2000
(d) General Conditions of Contract for CPWD Works- Published by DG
(Works),CPVVD, Nirman Bhavan,New Delhi and Printed by Kshitiz
Enterprises, New Delhi
(e) CPWD Works Manual- Published by DG (Works), CPVVD(Published by
Director General (Works). CPWD, Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi and Printed
by M/sJ.M Jaina & Brothers
(f) Nabhi's Compilation of Central Public Works Account Code
(g) Nabhi's Compilation of Book of Forms as referred to in Central Public Works
Account code
(h) The Indian Contract Act-1872. (Bare Act)
(i) Swamy"s Compilation of General Financial Rules 2005 Incorporating
Compendium of Rules on Advances to Government Servants. OR Nabhi's
Compilation of General Financial Rules,2005 and Compendium of Rules on
Advances to Govt. Servants
C.R. Sundaramurti
Additional Controller General of Accounts

Paper No. 7 -Procurement, Supply Accounts and Internal Audit and Control
Time allowed - 3 hrs.
Max. Marks - 100
Marks for passing - 55
Syllabus content:-
Procurement and Supply Accounts
(65 Marks)
1.
DGS&D Manual
2.
General Conditions of Contract - Published by DGS & D.
3.
(a) Central Govt. Accounts (Receipts & Payments) Rules, 1983. Part - Ill
Section IV- Purchase of Stores.
(b) General Financial Rules - 2005 (Chapter-6,7 & 8).
4.
Supply Accounts Manual (Second Edition 1997)
5.
The Indian Contract Act, 1872
6.
The Central Sales Tax Act, 1956
7.
The Limitation Act.1963
Internal Audit and Control
(35 Marks)
8.
Inspection Code issued by Controller General of Accounts (1982 Edition)
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Internal Audit .
(i)
Concepts ,Objectives, Principles and Techniques of auditing
(ii) Types of Audit
(iii) Internal Control System
(iv) Sampling in auditing
(v) Auditing in an EDP environment
(vi) Government Audit
(vii) Verification of Assets
(viii) Audit of special Institutions
NOTE:-
1.
Book will be allowed to the candidates for answering this paper.
2.
This Paper will contain theoretical and practical questions
3. The paper would also contain objective type questions. This section
would not carry negative marking.
4.
The candidates would be expected to answer in a clear and cogent
manner and invite reference to the relevant provisions of the Rules
(wherever applicable).
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Additional Controller General of Accounts

5. The following would be permitted for use in the examination hall
(i)
DGS&D Manual published by Directorate General of Supplies & Disposals.
(ii)
Conditions of Contract Governing Contracts Placed by the Central Purchase
Organisation of the Government of India (Now Under Department of Supply)
(iii) Swamy"s Compilation of Central Government Account Receipts and Payments
Rules.
(iv) Swamy's Compilation General Financial Rules 2005 Incorporating
Compendium of Rules on Advances to Government Servants.
(v)
Nabhi's Compilation of General Financial Rules,2005 and Compendium of
Rules on Advances to Govt. Servants
(vi) Supply Accounts Manual Second Edition - 1997 issued by the Chief Controller
of Accounts, Department of Supply, New Delhi.
(vii) The Limitation Act, 1963 (Bare Act).
(viii) The Indian Contract Act-1872 (Bare Act)
(ix) The Central Sales Tax Act-1956. (Bare Act)
(x)
Inspection Code by the Controller General of Accounts (1982 Edition)
6.
Suggested reading material
(a) DGS&D Manual published by Directorate General of Supplies & Disposals.
(b) Conditions of Contract Governing Contracts Placed by the Central
Purchase Organisation of the Government of India (Now Under Department
of Supply)
(c) Swamy"s Compilation of Central Government Account Receipts and
Payments Rules.
(d) Swamy's Compilation General Financial Rules 2005 Incorporating
Compendium of Rules on Advances to Government Servants.
(e) Nabhi's Compilation of General Financial Rules,2005 and Compendium of
Rules on Advances to Govt. Servants
(f) Supply Accounts Manual Second Edition - 1997 issued by the Chief
Controller of Accounts, Department of Supply, New Delhi.
(g) The Limitation Act, 1963 (Bare Act).
(h) The Indian Contract Act-1872 (Bare Act)
(i) The Central Sales Tax Act-1956. (Bare Act)
(j)
Inspection Code by the Controller General of Accounts (1982 Edition)
(k) Fundamental of Auditing by Kamal Gupta and Ashok Arora published by
Tata Mcgraw Hill (Chapters 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, 21, 23, and 24)
(I) Taxmann's Elements of Auditing (University Edition) by Aruna Jha
published by Taxmann (Chapters 1,2,3,4,5,7,18 and 20)
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Paper No. 8 Commercial & Management Accounts (Without Books)
Time allowed - 3 hrs.
Syllabus content:-
Max. Marks - 100
Marks for passing - 55
1. Introduction to Financial Accounting
(i) Theory base of Accounting
(ii) Accounting equation and the interaction of its elements
(iii)Meaning of Balance Sheet, Income Statement.
(iv) Cash basis and Accrual Basis of Accounting- Concepts and Comparative
Analysis
2. Vouchers and Recording of Transactions:
(i) Meaning and classification of Vouchers. Recording of transactions in Vouchers
(ii) Capital and Revenue- Receipts & Expenditure
(iii) Preparing Day Book and posting into Ledger Accounts
(iv) Preparation of Trial Balance and Rectification of Errors
(v) Company Accounts- Transactions relating to Issue of Shares and Debentures
3. Financial Statements:
(i) Measurement of Income
(ii) Profit & Loss Account, Adjustment entries.
(iii) Balance Sheet
(iv) Analysis of Financial Statement - Ratio Analysis, Fund Flow and Cash Flow
Statement.
4. Accounting of Not- For- Profit Organisation
(i) Accounting of non-Profit organisation
(ii) Receipts and Payment. Account
(iii) Income & Expenditure Account and Balance Sheet
5. Accounting Standards
(i) Frame work for the preparation and presentation of financial statement
(ii) Brief overview of the Indian Accounting Standards for the topics under 3 & 4
6. Financial Statemenis for the Central Autonomous Bodies
7. Management Accounting
(i) Basics of Cost Accounting.
(ii) Prime Cost
(iii) Overheads
(iv) Cost Accounting Records
(v) Marginal Costing & Decision Making
(vi) Budgetary Control
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NOTE:-
1.
The paper would also contain objective type questions. This section
would not carry negative marking.
Suggested reading material
1
Study notes of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India specially
prepared for the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination.
2.
In order that the candidates have a clear grasp of the fundamentals
underlying the Commercial Accounting syllabus they are strongly
advised to read the relevant chapters of the following :
(i) National Open School - Accountancy- Books 1,2, 3, 4, 6A and 6B
( All books Published together in 3 volumes)
(ii) NCERT Publication on Financial Accounting for CBSE class XI ( Part I
and II)
(iii) NCERT Publication on Accountancy - Analysis of Financial Statements -
Text Book for CBSE class XII (Part I and II)
(iv) Double Entry Book Keeping (Financial Accounting) by T.S. Grewal
( for CBSE Class XI) ( Publication by Sultan Chand )
(v) Analysis of Financial Statements by T.S. Grewal (for CBSE class XII)
(Pub: Sultan Chand)
3.
Report of the Committee of Experts on Uniform format of Accounts for Central
Autonomous Bodies - November,2000
4.
Compendium of Accounting Standards issued by the Institute of Chartered
Accountants of India (2005) - chapter on Framework for the Preparation and
Presentation of Financial Statements
5.
Principles and Practice of Cost Accounting by Ashish K. Bhattacharyya
(Wheeler Publishing) (Part 4 - Chapter 21)
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Course on Computer Concepts
Syllabus : The current Syllabus prescribed by DOEACC Society for their CCC
Exam[as downloaded from their website] is as follows. The syllabus could vary
from time to time as may be notified by the Society The candidates would be
covered by the syllabus prevalent at the time they appear in the examination.
For further information on the detailed syllabus, guidelines, sample questions
on theory paper etc the candidates are advised to log on to DOEACC website
(www.doeacc.edu.in/jsp/CCC_syll.htm).
Detailed Syllabus
Introduction to computer
1.1 What is computer?
1. Characteristics of Computers
2. Basic Applications of Computer
1.2 Components of Computer System
1. Central Processing Unit(CPU)
2. VDU, Keyboard and Mouse
3. Other input/output Devices
4. Computer Memory
5. Concepts of Hardware and Software.
1.3 Classifications of computers
1.4 Representation of data/Information concepts of data processing
1. Definition of Information and data
2. Basic data types
3. Storage of data/Information as files
2. Introduction to Windows
2.1 What is an operating system and basics of Window?
2.2 The User Interface
1. Using Mouse and Moving Icons on the screen
2. The My Computer Icon
3. The Recycle Bin
4. Status Bar, Start and Menu & Menu-selection
5. Running an Application
6. Windows Explorer Viewing of File, Folders and Directories
7. Creating and Renaming of files and folders
8. Opening and closing of different Windows
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2.3 Windows Setting
1. Control Panels
2. Wall paper and Screen Savers
3. Setting the data and Sound.
4. Concept of menu Using Help
2.4 Advanced Windows
1. Using right Button of the Mouse
2. Creating Short cuts
3. Basics of Window Setup
4. Notepad
5. Window Accessories
3. Basic DOS commands
3.1 Comparison of DOS and Windows
3.2 Switching Between DOS and Windows
3.3 Basic DOS Commands
1. File/Directory Manipulations
2. Copying of files and Disks
3. Delete/Undelete
4. Formatting a Floppy
4.Elements of Word Processing
4.1 Word Processing Basic
1. An Introduction to Word Processing
2. Opening Word Processing Package
3. The Menu Bar
4. Using the Help
5. Using the Icons below menu bar
4.2 Opening Documents and Closing documents
1. Opening Documents
2. Save and Save AS
3. Page Setup ..
4. Printing of Documents
5. Display/Hiding of Paragraph Marks and Inter Word Space
4.3 Moving Around in a Document
1. Scrolling the Document
2. Scrolling by line/paragraph
3. Fast Scrolling and Moving Pages
4.4 Using a Document/Help Wizard
4.5 Text Creation and Manipulation
1. Paragraph and Tab Setting
2. Text Selection
3. Cut, copy and paste
4. Font and Size selection
5. Bold ,Italic and Underline
6. Alignment of Text: Center, Left, right and Justify
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4.6 Formatting the Text
1. Changing font, Size and Color
2. Paragraph indenting
3. Bullets and Numbering
4. Use of Tab and Tab setting
5. Changing case
4.7 Handling Multiple Documents
1. Opening and closing of Multiple documents
2. Cut, Copy and Paste across the documents
3. Saving of Clip boards
4.8 Table Manipulation
1. Concept of table: Rows Columns and Cells
2. Draw Table
3. Changing cell Width and Height
4. Alignment of Text in Cell
5. Copying of cell
6. Delete/insertion of row and columns
7. Borders for Table
4.9 Printing
1. Printing
2. Print Preview
3. Print a selected page
5. Spread Sheet
5.1 Elements of Electronics Spread Sheet
1. Application/usage of Electronic Spread Sheet
2. Opening of Spread Sheet
3. The menu bar
4. Creation of cells and addressing of cells
5. Cell inputting
5.2 Manipulation of cells
1. Enter texts numbers and dates
2. Creation of tables
3. Cell Height and Widths
4. Copying of cells
5.3 Providing Formulas
1. Using basic functions/formalism a cell
2. Sum() function
3. Average°
4. Percentage
5. Other basic functions
5.4Spread sheets for Small accountings
1. Maintaining invoices/budgets
2. Totaling of various transactions
3. Maintaining daily and monthly sales reports
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6. Computer Communication and Internet
6.1 Basic of Computer networks
1. LAN
2. WAN
6.2 Internet
1. Concept of Internet
2. Application of Internet
3. Service on Inter Net
4. VVWW and web-sites
5. Electronic mails
6. Communication on Internet
7. VVWW and Web Browsers
7.1 Web Browsing software
1. Internet Explorer
2. Netscape Communicator
7.2 Surfing the Internet
1. Giving the URL address
2. Search
3. Moving Around in a web-site
4. Printing or saving portion of web pages
5. Down loading
7.3 Chatting on Internet
8. E-mail
8.1Basic of electronic mail
1. What is an Electronic mail
2. Email addressing
3. Mailbox: lnbox and outbox
8.2 Using Emails
1. Viewing an email
2. Sending an Email
3. Saving mails
4. Sending same mail to various users
8.3 Document handling
1. Sending soft copy as attachment
2. Enclosures to email
3. Sending a Portion of document as email
9. Making Small Presentations Basics
9.1 Basic
1. Difference between presentation and document
2. Using Power Point
3. Opening a Power Point Presentation
4. Using Wizard for creating a presentation
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9.2 Creation of Presentation
1. Title
2. Text Creation
3. Fonts and Sizes
4. Bullets and indenting
5. Moving to Next Slide
9.3 Preparation of Slides
1. Selection of type of Slides
2. Importing text from word documents
3. Moving to next Slide
4. The Slide manager
9.4 Providing aesthetics
1. Slide Designs
2. Background and Text colors
3. Making your own slide format
4. Footnotes and slide numbering
9.5 Slide Manipulation and Slide Show
9.6Presentation of the Slides
1. Using the Slide Show
2. Printing the Slides and Handouts
3. Slide sorter
4. Title sorter
Suggested Reading Material
1.
C.S. French "Data Processing and Information Technology" BPB Publications
1998
2.
P.K. Sinha "Computer Fundamentals" BPB Publications 1992
3.
Guy Hart-Davis "The ApCs of Microsoft Office 97 Professional edition", BPB
Publications, 1998
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4.
Karl Schwartz, "Microsoft Windows 98 Training Guide", 1998
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Ministry of Finance
Dept. of Expenditure
Office of the Controller General of Accounts
EXEMPTIONS WHICH THE CANDIDATES ARE ENTITLED TO CARRY OVER IN
THE JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (CIVIL) EXAMINATION REGULATIONS 2006
FROM THE JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (CIVIL) EXAMINATIION
REGULATIONS 2002.
SL.
NO.
PAPER IN WHICH
EXEMPTION SECURED
UNDER JUNIOR ACCOUNTS
OFFICER (CIVIL)
EXAMINATION REGULATION
2002
PAPER IN WHICH EXEMPTION ALLOWED IN
JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (CIVIL)
,
EXAMINATION REGULATION,2006
,
1.
PART-I- PAPER-1
PRECIS AND DRAFT
PAPER-1
PRECIS AND DRAFT
2.
PART-I- PAPER-2
SERVICE RULES
PAPER-2
SERVICE RULES
3.
PART-I- PAPER-3
ACCOUNTING PROCEDURE
PAPER-3
ACCOUNTING PROCEDURE
4.
PART-I-PAPER-4
CONSTITUTION OF INDIA
AND FINANCIAL CONTROL
PAPER-4
PARLIAMENTARY FINANCIAL CONTROL AND
GOVERNMENT BUDGETING
5.
CANDIDATES WHO HAVE
CLEARED PART-I OF THE
JUNIORACCOUNTS OFFICER
(CIVIL) EXAMINATION
REGULATION 2002
PAPERS 1 TO 4 OF THE JUNIOR ACCOUNTS
OFFICER(CIVIL)EXAMINATION
REGULATION,2006
6.
PART-II PAPER-1
SPECIALISED ACCOUNTS -
RULES AND PROCEDURES
PAPER-5
SPECIALISED ACCOUNTS - RULES AND OFFICE
MANAGEMENT
7.
PART-II PAPER-2(A)
PUBLIC WORKS ACCOUNTS
PART-II PAPER-2(B)
SUPPLY ACCOUNTS
/
PAPER-6 - PUBLIC WORKS ACCOUNTS
PAPER-7- PROCUREMENT,SUPPLY ACCOUNTS
AND INTERNAL AUDIT AND CONTROL
a) CANDIDATES WHO HAVE TAKEN PUBLIC
WORKS ACCOUNTS AND GOT EXPEMPTION
UNDER THE JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER
(CIVIL) EXAMINATION REGULATION,2002,
WOULD BE EXEMPT FROM PAPER 6 PUBLIC
WORKS ACCOUNTS. THEY WOULD HAVE TO
APPEAR FOR PAPER - 7 - PROCUREMENT,
SUPPLY ACCOUNTS, INTERNAL AUDIT AND
CONTROL OF THE JUNIOR ACCOUNTS
OFFICER(CIVIL) EXAMINATION REGULATION,
2006.
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b) CANDIDATES WHO HAVE TAKEN SUPPLY
ACCOUNTS AND GOT EXEMPTION UNDER THE
JUNIOR ACCOUNTS OFFICER (CIVIL)
EXAMINATION REGULATION 2002, WOULD BE
EXEMPT FROM PAPER 7 -PROCUREMENT,
SUPPLY ACCOUNTS, AND INTERNAL AUDIT AND
CONTROL. THEY WOULD HAVE TO TAKE
PAPER - 6 PUBLIC WORKS ACCOUNTS OF
JUNIOR
ACCOUNTS
OFFICER(CIVIL)
EXAMINATION REGULATION, 2006.
8.
PART- II PAPER- 3
ADVANCED
COMMERCIAL
ACCOUNTS
PAPER- 8
COMMERCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTS
9.
PART- II PAPER- 4
COST AND MANAGEMENT
ACCOUNTS
.
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