Social Audit

Social audit may be defined as a commitment to systematic assessment of and reporting on some meaningful, definable domain of a company’s activities that have social impact.

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Propriety Audit

What is Propriety Audit? The propriety audit is confined to examine the validity of appropriations or is concerned with verifying that there is no leakage…

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Management Audit

What is Management Audit? Management Auditing is a method to evaluate the efficiency of management at all levels throughout the organisation or more specifically, it…

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Cost Audit Programme

What is Cost Audit Programme? Cost audit programme is a detailed plan prepared by the cost audit showing how various stages of the cost audit…

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Cost Auditor

A Cost Accountant as defined in clause (b) of sub-section (1) of section 2 of the Cost and Works Accountants Act, 1959 (23 of 1959)…

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Efficiency Audit

Cost Audit has two important phases. The first phase is known as Efficiency Audit and the second phase is known as Propriety Audit. Let us…

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Cost Audit

Cost Audit means the checking and verification of the cost accountancy books, records, statements, reports and other data related to the cost of a product or service being provided by a business unit.

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