Hello! I'm appearing for CA final examinations in Nov 2015. I've attended Jayaraman sir classes for Corporate & Allied Laws. Recently I've seen Munish Bhandari sir's material. Based upon my analysis on various chapters, I've observed that Jayaraman sir material did not contain a few topics in various chapters of Allied laws. Munish Bhandari sir material has extensive coverage which pulls much more time. Corporate law in both the books is almost the same. Can anyone suggest me which book I should prefer among these both books? Is it better to prepare from Jayaraman sir material and practice manual together?
Hi, I will recommend you munish bhandari corporate & allied laws handbook as your exams are in nov. 2015 and you have only 4 months left. So it will help you to prepare in the short time and it is also very useful for revision in between the exam is going.
dear friends.................. you should prefer the book of jayaraman sir because whenver you are reading the book, you will remeber the voice of sir which help to quick realize the concept. Beacause in the class of Jayaraman sir atleast hear the voice of Jayaraman sir it is enough. you should also refer practice manual which help to grasp your knowledge. If you want to read from munish bhandari's book you will have to read from begining. there may be you could be give more time than from Jayaraman sir's book. Its more than enough to read the books of Jayaraman sir and practice manual. if you say some topic not covered in Jayaraman sir's book then for that topic you can read from Munish bhandari's book. Don't mind..................... You will achieve your goal................... '''''''BEST OF LUCK''''''''''''''''''''''''
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You still have time, so you can read topics not covered in jayaraman sir's book from munish bhandari sir's book. But, be sure to revise **Practice manual atleast twice** before exam, that is what will make difference
Hi Vineeth, I have cleared my CA finals in May 2011. During my study time, even I used to get in myself on this confusion i.e. which books I should follow to study. As far as your concern with regard to the choice betweem, Preferable material for Corporate & Allied Laws - Munish Bhandari or Jayaraman, based on my past experience, I would suggest you to go for Munish Bhandari. Q&A format books gives you the idea of the expected types of questions and the probable answers with reference to the sections/guidance available etc. You can buy the book from cakart itself, use my reference code CAKARTAMB1671700 at the time of payment and get 6% discount . Share my code to your friends too. Further, for any other subjects, you should choose for reference books which are in Questions & Answers format (you can refer books available from Paduka on Auditing for instance.
You should alwaz have a thorough study of practice manual. since u have attended Jayaraman sir's classes so his notes wil alwaz provide to u as a back bone. however U can just buy **HANDBOOK ON CORPORATE N ALLIED LAWS BY CA MUNISH BHANDARI** This acts as summary to it. case laws u can prepare well from practice manual.you can order the same from www.cakart.in U can use my ambassdor code "CAKARTAMB1671654" to get additional 6% discount.
Since the time left for you is only 4 months, so till this time you should have completed almost all the syllabus. And when you were following Jayaraman Sir from the beginning, so keep on following it. Make your own notes and revise from it. Practice questions from practice manual and rtp. But if you are getting problem in understanding any topic from Jayaraman Sir book, then you may refer munish sir book but more the alternative you will be having, more time will lost. so just follow a single book and have completely faith in that author. Hope my suggestion will work for you. All the best buddy.
Hey Vineeth, Firstly I would like to tell you that any book that you refer is for your understanding and your interpretation of it matters the most. If you are following a particular book, then I would suggest you go with that book, as you are comfortable and used to the language of the Author so it is easy for you to understand. As you have been using Jayaraman sir's notes for your studies, i would suggest you go with it as the opinion of two authors may differ on a particular point, and you m end up confused. But, I even understand that we don't want to leave any stone unturned, when it comes to our CA Final Studies, so I would suggest the **Handbook** written by Munish Bhandari, as it is easy to refer and covers all the important points. I would recommend you to read just the topics that you've missed. :) All the best!
Vineeth, I would suggest u to go with Jayaraman Sir as u must be comfortable with it and also u must have made markings and notes on that basis. Further, I also had referred Jayaraman Sir's book for allied laws and I had liked it since its very comprehensive and it is sufficient from exam point of view. It has all the important coverage and u don't need to be worried on that point.
Hello, First of all you need to decide which book you feel is making you comfortable to read and understand. Both the books are good. Since you have attended the Jayaraman Class you might have came to know that he stick to important topics only. His material is based on his analysis and observation. Whereas Munish Bhandari book is best for the Corporate law but it has covered all matter which are not so important and made it more extensive to study which is available at www.cakart.in. It is better you select the book from which you have been studying from starting and changing book in the middle of your study will create problem for you and with any publication book you can go with practice manual also. But more preferable in my opinion you should refer study material for Allied law part because it has cover the relevant points and upto date.
I will suggest that dont waste your time on new books now. You just have 4 months left for exams. Go with Jayraman Sir's notes along with Practice Manual and RTP. It will more easy for you. DONT CONFUSE YOURSELF WITH TOO MANY BOOKS ALL THE BEST