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Question   1) in a ship where do we get the earth is connected to? 2) in a 3 phase supply where does the neutral is connected to in a ship normally? 3) how does we make the best 24v dc wiring for the ship at the bridge panels which mostly work on 24v dc voltage and how do we differentiate its wiring from ac wiring? 4)what is a synchronizer and why do we need it compulsory in a ship? 5) in a blackout condition how does a ship get its back up power? Rank Answer Posted By  
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1. body
2. body
3. instrument panels are 24 V DC.
4. two generator connected parallel in a bus bar.
5. ups& emergency generator start
 
5 Jijo
 
 
Answer
1 eartthing is normally done in ship body
2 am not sure about it 
4 synchronizer is a equipment used for paralleling the generater sets 
5 in blackout condition emergency generator will be act as a back up power
 
5 Suresh
 
 
Answer
1. The earth is connected to the ship's hull.
2. The neutral is isolated in a ship, NOT connected to the hull. Therefore it is necessary to have two earth faults before the protection breaker will open. This is for safety purposes so there is not a blackout (all systems dead) when a earth fault occurs.
3. Question is unclear. Usually there is a dedicated 24VDC distribution system from batteries and charging system.
4. It is needed to parallel the generators during change-over so a blackout is not necessary.
5. Emergency generator must start within 30 sec of blackout.
 
5 Rob
 
 
 
Answer
water
 
5 Thiruvenkatesh33
 
 
Answer
1)Earthing of a system inside the ship is connected to the hull of the ship.
2)Neutral of the generator is not connected to the hull of the ship.But it is left hanging.
4)To parallel two generator we need synchronizer instrument.
5)In case of blackout through out the ship,emergency generator sensed this due to open contacts of all supply breaker and gives command to emergency generator for switching ON.
 
0 Jagbir Singh
 
 
Question   what is the procedure for tds? Rank Answer Posted By  
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Payer (deductor) deduct the tax at the time of paying the
money to the payee (deductee). After that it is deductor's
responsibilities to issue a specific form (16/16A) to the
deductee & deposited the tax amount in the Govt.treasury
with in a stipulated time.
 
0 Deblina Chakraborty
 
 
Question   CHEQUE ISSUED TO ABC 20000 & DISSOUNT RECEIVE 2000 THE CHEQUE DISSONORED WHAT ENTERY THIS TRANSACTION Rank Answer Posted By  
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Bank a\c dr  2000
  To discount received a\c 2000
 
Cheque has been dishonured that's why payment entry will 
not be passed.
 
0 Simar
 
 
Answer
Abc DR
Bank Account CR
Discount  CR

If Cheque Dishonered

Bank Charges DR
Bank Account DR
Abc CR
 
0 Deeak Rawat
 
 
Answer
Entry from the Issuing Party         Debit        Credit
Accounts Payable - ABC               20,000.00
Cash in Bank                                      20,000.00
To record payment to ABC

Purchased Discount                   2,000.00
Miscellaneous Income                                2,000.00
To record discount received upon payment

ABC Party Entry
1.Cash                                  20,000.00
  Accounts Receivable                              20,000.00
To record Cheque Collection

2.Sales Discount                          2,000.00
  Cash                                              2,000.00
To record cash payment of Sales Discount
3. Accounts Receivable                  20,000.00
   Cash                                            18,000.00
   SAles Discount                                   2,000.00
Cheque collection uncleared at Bank
 
0 Max
 
 
Answer
If cheque was dissonored, the party ABC account is credited 
by RS.22,000 and bank account is debited by RS.20,000 and 
also discount received account is debited by Rs.2,000
 
0 R.bhaskar Rao
 
 
Answer
abc a/c dr
dissount a/c dr
   p/nl a/c
 
0 Muthyalu
 
 
Answer
cheque issue entry:-
ABC A/c  Dr -  18000
Bank a/c   cr - 18000

Discount entry:-
ABC a/c DR- 2000
Pur Disc CR- 2000

Cheque Dissonored entry:-
Bank a/c Dr-18000
ABC a/c  CR-18000
Bank A/c CR (Chq Dissonored chg)for example 100/-
Bank Chg A/c DR (Chq Dissonored chg) for example 100/-
 
0 Kanwarpal
 
 
Answer
At the time of issue

Bank A/c Dr 20,000/-
Discount A/c Dr. 2,000/-
To ABC A/c 22,000

At the time of dishonour (if discount will be allowed in 
any case)

ABC A/c Dr. 20,000
To Bank A/c 20,000

At the time of dishonour (if discount will not be allowed 
in case of cheque dishonour)

ABC A/c Dr. 20,000
Discount A/c Dr 2,000
To Bank A/c 22,000
 
0 Yogesh
 
 
Answer
At the time of cheque issue

ABC       Dr    Rs.20000.00
Bank      Cr    Rs.20000.00
Bank      Dr    Rs.2000.00
Discount  Cr    Rs.2000.00

At the time of cheque dishonur

Bank      Dr    Rs.20000.00
ABC       Cr    Rs.20000.00

This question Not showing the discount return.
 
0 T.saravanan
 
 
Answer
abc company a/c dr    22000
          to bank a/c         20000
          to discount receive 2000


bank a/c dr 20000
      to abc company a/c 20000
 
0 Rakesh Kumar
 
 
Answer
ABC A/C  DR                     22000
     TO BANK A/C                         20000
     TO DISCOUNT RECIEVED                 2000

When the CHEQUE DISSONORED the entry is 
BANK A/C              DR        20000
DISCOUNT RECIEVED     DR         2000
     TO ABC A/C                          22000
 
0 Sarin Mohan
 
 
Answer
Bank a/c         Dr     20000
Discount a/c     Dr      2000
   To ABC's a/c                   22000
 
0 Hemanta
 
 
Answer
THE FIRST ENTRY WOULD BE:
ABC a/c Dr.                   22000
TO BANK a/c                         20000
TO DISCOUNT RECIEVED a/c             2000 

AFTER DISHONOUR THE ENTRY WILL BE:
BANK a/c Dr                  20000       .
DISCOUNT RECIEVED a/c Dr.     2000
TO ABC a/c                         22000
(BEING CHEQUE ISSUED TO ABC 
DISHONOURED)
 
0 Rahul Mohta
 
 
Answer
THE FIRST ENTRY WOULD BE:
ABC a/c Dr.                   22000
TO BANK a/c                         20000
TO DISCOUNT RECIEVED a/c             2000 

AFTER DISHONOUR THE ENTRY WILL BE:
cheque dishonoured a/c Dr      20000       
DISCOUNT RECIEVED a/c Dr.       2000
TO ABC a/c                           22000
(BEING CHEQUE ISSUED TO ABC 
DISHONOURED)
 
0 R Kaduruvelu
 
 
Answer
ABC LTD A/C Dr            20,000
To Bank A/c     cr                20,000
(For Cheque issue)

Discount    A/C    Dr      2,000
To ABC LTD  A/C    Cr         2,000
(For discount)

Bank        A/C   Dr      20,000
To ABC  LTD A/C               20,000
(For Cheques dishonor)
 
0 Jayadeep H.r
 
 
Answer
at the time of issuing cheque to party


abc a/c dr 22000
  to bank a/c cr 20000
  to dis received 2000

and when cheque dissonored 

bank a/c dr 20000
dis received a/c dr 2000
   to abc cr           22000
 
0 Mohd Rashid
 
 
Answer
BANK          DR         20000
DISCOUNT RCVD DR          2000
 TO ABC A/C   CR               22000

JOURNAL ENTRY
 
0 Zahid Hussain
 
 
Question   Describe in brief introduction of Account. Rank Answer Posted By  
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a document and performa which holds all details of a person 
as a monetry conditions is  called account of that person.
 
0 Shahnam Raza Khan
 
 
Question   What is the Diffrence Between Expenses & Expenditure ?? Rank Answer Posted By  
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Expenses means cost for doing business Activity & 
Expenditure means it is a promise for future payment.
 
4 Naresh
 
 
Answer
Expenses is already spent on something 
Expenditure is the amount you are going to pay again i mean 
which recuring expense that is called expenditure. 
EX:Rent
 
0 Nemanna
 
 
Answer
EXPENDITURE IS AN INVESTMENT MADE.. EXPENSES MAY BE AMOUNT INCURRED ON INVESTMENT...
 
0 Shruthi Prasad
 
 
Question   Please provide me the % of T.A. D.A. H.R.A. BASIC . Rank Answer Posted By  
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Basic salary percentage can be decieded by your management 
it may be 32% or more some company charge different 
percentage

DA (Dearness allowance) 500

HRA (house rent allowance) it is 40% of Basic +DA in case 
if your are staying in metro city mumbai 50%

TA travel allowance it will be 800 if is salary is more 
1200
 
0 Bhavani Bv
 
 
Question   can anybody provide me the format of PF & ESI with the rate chart. Rank Answer Posted By  
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contribution of employer 12%
In this 8.67%family pension paln and another included pf 
account of employee.
And the contribution of employee 12 %

ESi total rate
 
0 Yogesh Shah
 
 
Answer
Regading PF

Employee contribution
= 12% ( of basic+D.A but not more then 6500/-)

Employer contribution 
= 8.33% toword famely pensoin + 3.67% toward PF +1.10% 
admin. charges + o.05% EDlI + 0.01 % admin. charges for EDLI
Total contribution Of imployer is 13.61 %

Regarding ESI

Employee Contribution = 1.75% of Wages
Employer Contribution = 4.75 % of Wages

for  formet  send me Email id.  on  - gulzar.thpl@gmail.com
 
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Question   what is window dressing in final accounts? Rank Answer Posted By  
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maximisation of profit in the balance sheet .
 
0 Guest
 
 
Answer
An adjustment made to protfolio to creat false apperance eg 
manager may decide to sell losing portions so as to display 
more profitable or succesful.
 
0 Deepthi
 
 
Answer
Preparation of Profit & Loss A/c & balance Sheet with false
or inflated figures to show higher profits during the year
and better state affairs as at the end of the year to create
a better impression in the mind of those persons or
institutions who use it or to whom it is presented to create
favourable impression or decision through unlawful or
unethical methods or methods.
 
0 H.r. Sreepada Bhagi
 
 
Answer
prepartions of profit & loss A/C & balance sheet with false 
or inflacted figures to show higher profits during the year 
and better state affairs as at the end of the year to 
create a better impressions in the mind of those persons or 
institutions who use it or to whom it is presented to 
create favourable impression or decision through unlawful 
or unethical methods or methods.
 
0 P.vamseekrishna
 
 
Answer
format
 
0 Guest
 
 
Answer
It is an account which shows the position of the business.
 
0 Nemanna
 
 
Question   i need model questions and answers for RRB ASSISTANT LOCO PILOT EXAM AND ASSISTANT STATION MASTER EXAM Rank Answer Posted By  
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yes iam need model questions
 
3 Viresh
 
 
Answer
Question : 

i need model questions and answers for RRB ASSISTANT LOCO
PILOT EXAM AND ASSISTANT STATION MASTER EXAM
 
5 K.rajkumar Reddy
 
 
Answer
i need assistant loco pilot answer peper
 
1 Harshad Patel
 
 
Answer
i need model questions and answers for RRB ASSISTANT LOCO 
exam and junior engg.
 
0 Rahul
 
 
Answer
i need model lpaper please
 
0 T Sunil
 
 
Answer
yes
 
0 Vikas Gajpal
 
 
Answer
i need model questions and answer for RRB ASSISTANTLOCOPILOT
EXAM
 
0 Saichandana
 
 
Answer
yes
 
0 Saichandana.malkapuram
 
 
Answer
yes sir,i need RRB assistant loco pilot exam and assistant
station master exam question papers and answer
 
0 Shashank
 
 
Question   12. A train 120 metres long passes an electric pole in 12 seconds and another train of same length traveling in opposite direction in 8 seconds. The speed of the second train is Rank Answer Posted By  
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from the first part of question we can comfortably say that
the speed of first train is 10m/s(120m/12sec)..
from the second part 
since the two trains are moving in opposite directions
speed of train a=10m/s
speed of train b=x m/s(just consider the magnitude)
since train a crosses b in 8 secs.that means end point of a
crosses the end point of b after 8 secs.
we ASSUME B TO BE AT REST
and a moves toward b with speed =(10+x)m/sec  <relative>
therefore distance to be covered =240m
time=8secs
(10+x)=240/8;
x= 20m/sec
 
0 Mayur
 
 
Answer
15 meter/sec is speed of 2nd train
 
3 Anil Grover
 
 
Answer
15m/s
 
5 Guest
 
 
Answer
15km/hr
 
0 Sravani
 
 
Answer
The train which is 120 metres in length crosses a pole in 12 seconds implies it is covering the distance 120 metres in 12 seconds. 
So speed of this train is 120/12 = 10 m/s. 
It is crossing another train traveling in opposite direction in 8 seconds. 
Let the speed of this train be y. 
Itís length is also 120 metres. 
So (120+120)/(10+y) = 8. 
Or 10+y = 30. 
Or y = 20 m/s or 20*18/5 km/hr = 72 km/hr
 
0 Hari Prasath
 
 
Question   what is the syllabus of rrb assistant loco pilot exam? and what is the time they alloted for the exam? and give the details of subjects and how many marks they carry from each subject and give details of wrong answers? Rank Answer Posted By  
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assistant loco pilot syllabus for rrbajmer
 
3 Kuldeep Mehra
 
 
Answer
assistant loc pilot
 
3 Vishwa A
[Bajaj Allianz]
 
 
Question   what is a difference b/w provision and reserve Rank Answer Posted By  
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Provision is a present obligation of a company from past 
event. It is created for a known expense and its treatment 
is charging in P/L. Reserve is created for an unknown 
expense and it is an appropriation of profit.
 
0 Sandheep
 
 
Answer
Reserves are appropriations of profit namely when profits have been ascertained after deducting all expenses which includes provision and others. Reserves are residual earnings after all expenses and taxation which belongs to the owners namely the shareholders.
There are essentially two(2) types of Reserves:
Capital Reserves
Revenue Reserves

Provisions are those where the liability existance is certain, but the amount of liability cannot be determined with substantial accuracy.
 
0 Aneesh Nair
 
 
Answer
provision and reserves are maintained under the profit and 
loss account only.the main differance bet ween the 
provision and reserves are 

provision: 
Provision is created out of profits for the perticular 
purpose of exependiture only.
ex:provision for income tax and provision for depreciation 
etc...
Reserves:
Reserves are maintained for the purpose of future 
obligations.Those reserves are also different types.
 
0 Venkatesh
 
 
 
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