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Top 10 Commerce and Accountancy Books for UPSC

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Commerce Accountancy Books UPSC, IAS, CSE Examination, Hello, students how are you? We hope you are doing good and preparing for your UPSC exam and working hard to score well. UPSC Civil Services IAS Exam is regarded as India’s prestigious and rigorous test. Every year UPSC conducts the IAS test in three stages (Prelims, Mains, Interview).

Here we are going to provide you with the Top 10 commerce and accountancy books for UPSC As Per IASWithHariMohan Best IAS Coaching In Delhi, which will help you to learn accountancy easily and to score better.

If aspirants to UPSC have traded as their degree, choosing UPSC Mains Exam as their optional subject is the appropriate subject. The optional syllabus of Commerce fits well with the degree syllabus for both Paper I and Paper-II. 

UPSC IAS Commerce Paper 1 is full of Practical Problems and the optional subject of Paper-II Trade is purely theoretical. 

If the optional subject is approached with practice and detailed understanding of UPSC Commerce & Accountancy one can easily score good marks.

The compilation of essential Trade optional books for UPSC IAS Exam is given below –

MAINS: PAPER-I

BOOKS

1. ACCOUNTING: FUNDAMENTALS OF CORPORATE ACCOUNTING–J.R.MONGA (CHAPTERS: 6-9)

ACCOUNTING STANDARDS – ICAI PUBLICATIONS.

2. COST ACCOUNTING: FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING –ANTHONY & WELSCH (CHAPTERS: 1, 6-7,10,13)

COST ACCOUNTING; THEORY & PROBLEMS–MAHESHWARI & MITTAL (CHAPTERS: 1,5-9, 11,13-15)

3. AUDITING:

PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE OF AUDITING–DINKAR PAGARE (CHAPTERS: 1-3, 7-16, 20-22, Section -2)

OR

STUDENTS’ GUIDE TO AUDITING–TAXMANN (ARUNA JHA) (CHAPTERS: 1-2, 5-12, 16-17, 19,22)

4. INCOME TAX, SERVICE TAX & VAT STUDENTS’ GUIDE TO INCOME TAX–V.K.SINGHANIA (CHAPTERS: 2-16)

OR

SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO INCOME TAX –GIRISH AHUJA (CHAPTERS: 2-17)

5. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT — R. P. RUSTAGI( 3RD EDITION, Thick One) (CHAPTERS: 1-22,27,30) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT; TEXT & PROBLEMS–KHAN & JAIN (ALL CHAPTERS)

6. FINANCIAL MARKETS & INSTITUTIONS: INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM–M.Y.KHAN (CHAPTERS: 2-18)

OR

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS & MARKETS–L.M.BHOLE (CHAPTERS: 1-13, 16-24)

SOME MORE BOOKS – 

  • Accounting Corporate Accounting – Naseem Ahmed
  • Accounting Standards- D. S. Rawat
  • Auditing Students’ Guide to Auditing- Aruna Jha
  • Income Tax book by- V.K. Singhania or Girish Ahuja
  • Cost Accounting; Theory & Problems- Maheshwari & Mittal
  • Financial Management
  • Taxation- Income Tax, Service Tax & VAT
  • Financial Management; Text and Problems- Khan and Jain
  • Financial Markets & Institutions
  • Indian Financial System- M.Y. Khan
  • Financial Institutions & Markets- L.M. Bhole

PERIODICALS

1. THE CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT (JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA)

2. THE ECONOMIC SURVEY (GOVT. OF INDIA PUBLICATION)

3. FINANCIAL/BUSINESS SECTION OF THE TIMES OF INDIA OR ANY OTHER

DAILY NEWSPAPER

MAINS: PAPER-II

SECTION A:

ORGANISATION THEORY & BEHAVIOUR

1. ORGANIZATION THEORY & BEHAVIOUR—B.P SINGH & T.N. CHABRA

2. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR–STEPHEN P. ROBBINS

3. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR—L.M. PRASAD

4. HUMAN BEHAVIOUR AT WORK–KEITH DAVIS

5. MANAGEMENT OF ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR– PAUL HERSEY & KEN BLANCHARD

SECTION B:

HRM

1. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT -C.B GUPTA

2. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT –ASHWATHAPA

3. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT -VSP RAO

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

1. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN INDIAN ENTERPRISES–R.S.DWIVEDI

2. DYNAMICS OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS–C.B.MAMORIA & SATISH MAMORIA

3. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS–T.N.CHHABRA & R.K.SURI

4. SELECTED ARTICLES FROM THE FOLLOWING JOURNALS:

a) INDIAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

b) INDIAN JOURNAL OF LABOUR ECONOMICS

5. REPORTS/PUBLICATIONS OF THE CENTRAL GOVT/GOVT COMMITTEES CONCERNING LABOUR POLICY

SOME MORE BOOKS –

  • Human Resource Management- C.B. Gupta
  • Industrial Relations- T.N. Chabra and R.K. Suri
  • Dynamics of Industrial Relations- C.B. Mamoria and Satish Mamoria
  • Human Resource Management- K. Aswathappa
  • Organisation Theory and Behaviour- B.P. Singha and T.N. Chabra
  • Organization Behaviour- L.M. Prasad

NOTE: Books are not to be substituted for class notes by classroom course candidates, for them, class notes and printed material will suffice.

Candidates can also go through the UPSC Commerce Optional Strategy in the linked article after passing the IAS Commerce books and syllabus optional for UPSC Commerce & Accountancy.

ABOUT Commerce and Accountancy Books for UPSC

Accountancy is the calculation, collection, and distribution of financial information on economic bodies such as companies and businesses. Accounting, which has been called the “company language,” analyses the effects of the economic operations of an entity and transmits this information to a range of users including creditors, executives, and regulators. Commerce is nothing but the exchange of money for goods or services.

WHY THESE BOOKS ARE IMPORTANT FOR UPSC?

UPSC Reference Books can provide general context information (facts, meanings, dates, details), help focussing your subject, easy access to relevant factual and statistical information, and references to other information sources. So it is a good place to continue your work. UPSC IAS / IFS / IPS / IES Reference resources include almanacks, handbooks, encyclopedias, and dictionaries. For plan, students of UPSC Exams may refer to toppers some suggested books. We have included a few recommended IAS Preparation books. These are books IAS Toppers says.

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