Q1) Focus of the auditor is no longer on the routine audit but rendering value added services like cost efficiency and decision making. Critically examine the statement with particular emphasis on the changing computer environment?
Q2) How can the auditor be useful in achieving the objectives of a Charitable Trust or Society and a Co-operative Society? What is the legal position under the relevant status?
Q3) It is the job of the directors to prepare the accounts of a company, auditor only reports on it. Elucidate and describe the types of audit report?
Q4) The thrust area of an auditor is “True and Fair” and not “True and Correct” Elucidate in the light of statutory provisions under the Companies Act 1956.
Q5) Discuss the three types of audits, which although not mandatory under the Income Tax Act 1961, are get done by the assessee to avail certain benefits under the act?
Q6) Examine the changes brought about in the role of an auditor with the growth of information technology and rapidly changing computer environment?
Q7) The auditor only audits the books of account, he does not guarantee them. Elucidate.
Q8) Tax auditor is a Catalyst of Revenue Collection, function of the State on the one hand, and a Consultant to the tax payer on the other, discuss?
Q9) Who can be appointed as an auditor of co-operative societies? What are the rights and duties of auditor under Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act?
Q10) An auditor is protected from unceremonial removal from office enabling him to maintain his independence? Do you agree with the statement? If so discuss the position of the auditor in this regard in the light of statutory provisions under the Companies Act 1956?