Construction Economics & Accounting (CM701)

Course Name: 

Construction Economics & Accounting (CM701)


M.Tech (Construction Technology and Management)




Programme Core (PC)

Credits (L-T-P): 

(3-0-0) 3


Economics-industrial development-Support matters of economy related to Engineering-Market Demand and Supplyqualitycontrol-quality production-Audit-economic law of production. Construction economics-Development inhousing, transport and other infrastructure-Environment, Ecology Economics-Local Materials-Form and FunctionalDesigns-Construction Workers-urban Problems-Poverty-Migration-unemployment-Pollution. Financing-Financialmanagement-Types of Finance-long Term borrowing-Leasing-Equity Financing-Internal generation of Fund-External Commercial borrowings-Govt. Budgeting Support-International Finance Corporations-Analysis ofFinancial Statements-Balance Sheet-Profit and Loss Account-cash flow-Fund Flow Analysis-Ratio Analysis-Investment and Financing Decision-Financial Control-Job control-Centralized Management. Accounting-CashBasis-Accrual Basis-Percentage Completion Method-Completed Contract Method-accounting for Tax Reporting &Financial reporting purposes. Lending to Contractors-Loans-interim Financing-Risk and Security


1. Financial reporting purposes. Lending to Contractors-Loans-interim Financing-Risk and Security. 2. Kwaku A, Tena and Jose M Guevera, Fundamental of Construction Management and Organization 3. Halpin D W, Financial and Cost Concept for Construction Management 4. Warneer Z Hirsch, Urban Economics


Civil Engineering

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Prof. Subhash C. Yaragal,  Professor and Head
Department of Civil Engineering, NITK, Surathkal
P. O. Srinivasnagar, Mangalore - 575 025
Karnataka, India.

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