CA IPCC Syllabus | November 2014 Exams | Law, Tax

IPCC Syllabus for Nov 2014 Exams

Renamed from Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) to Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course


  Each paper for 100 Marks

 IPCC/IPC Syllabus for May 2014 Exams

Note : Further changes like new amendments,exceptions may announced by ICAI in future

Applicable CA IPCC New Syllabus November 2014

CA IPCC new syllabus applicable for May November 2014 2015 2016 Law Tax IT SM changesSubjects for study in Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course

[Renamed from Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) to Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course vide Notification No. 1-CA (7)/145/2012 dt. 1st August, 2012]

Six subjects and Seven Papers of study in Intermediate (IPC) Course are –

Group I

Paper 1: Accounting (100 marks)

Paper 2: Business Laws, Ethics and Communication (100 marks)

Part I: Business Laws (60 marks) comprising Business Laws (30 marks) Company Law (30 marks)

Part II: Ethics (20 marks)

Part III: Communication (20 marks)

Paper 3: Cost Accounting and Financial Management (100 marks)

Part I: Cost Accounting (50 marks)

Part II: Financial Management (50 marks)

Paper 4: Taxation (100 marks)

Part I: Income-tax (50 marks)

Part II: Service Tax (25 marks) and VAT (25 marks)

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Group II

Paper 5: Advanced Accounting (100 marks)

Paper 6: Auditing and Assurance (100 marks)

Paper 7: Information Technology and Strategic Management (100 marks)

Section A: Information Technology (50 marks)

Section B: Strategic Management (50 marks)

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Study Material relevant for Nov. 2014 Exams

Based on the decisions of the Council the syllabus of the following subjects of Intermediate (IPC) Course has been revised and the study materials as mentioned against the subjects are applicable for Nov. 2014 Examinations:

Subjects Study Material
Paper 2: Business Laws, Ethics and Communication Study Material & Practice Manual- July 2013 editionand Supplementary- BLEC- June 2014 edition
Paper 4: Part II- Indirect Taxes Study Material – Aug. 2013 & Practice Manual- Apr. 2014 edition
Paper 7: Section A- Information Technology Study Material – Nov. 2013 & Practice Manual- Apr. 2014 edition

Students are advised to refer to the above study materials, practice manuals and supplementary study papers while preparing for their forthcoming examinations being held in Nov. 2014.

Syllabus – GROUP – I

Paper 1: Accounting
(One paper – three hours – 100 marks)

1. A General Knowledge of the framing of the accounting standards, national and international accounting authorities, adoption of international financial reporting standards

2. Accounting Standards

Working knowledge of:

AS 1 : Disclosure of Accounting Policies

AS 2: Valuation of Inventories

AS 3: Cash Flow Statements

AS 6: Depreciation Accounting

AS 7: Construction Contracts (Revised 2002) AS 9: Revenue Recognition

AS 10: Accounting for Fixed Assets

AS 13: Accounting for Investments

AS 14: Accounting for Amalgamations

3. Company Accounts

(a) Preparation of financial statements – Profit and Loss Account, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement

(b) Profit (Loss) prior to incorporation

(c) Alteration of share capital, Conversion of fully paid shares into stock and stock into shares, Accounting for bonus issue

(d) Simple problems on Accounting for business acquisition, Amalgamation and reconstruction (excluding problems of amalgamation on inter-company holding)

4. Average Due Date, Account Current, Self-Balancing Ledgers

5. Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Organisations

6. Accounts from Incomplete Records

7. Accounting for Special Transactions

(a) Hire purchase and instalment sale transactions

(b) Investment accounts

(c) Insurance claims for loss of stock and loss of profit.

9. Issues in Partnership Accounts

Final accounts of partnership firms – Admission, retirement and death of a partner including treatment of goodwill;

10. Accounting in Computerised Environment

An overview of computerized accounting system – Salient features and significance, Concept of grouping of accounts, Codification of accounts, Maintaining the hierarchy of ledger, Accounting packages and consideration for their selection, Generating Accounting Reports.

Note :

If either old Accounting Standards (ASs), Announcements and Limited Revisions to ASs are withdrawn or new ASs, Announcements and Limited Revisions to ASs are issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India in place of existing ASs, Announcements and Limited Revisions to ASs, the syllabus will accordingly include/exclude such new developments in place of the existing ones with effect from the date to be notified by the Institute.

Paper 2: Business Laws, Ethics and Communication

(One paper – three hours – 100 marks)

Contents:

Business Laws (30 marks)

1. The Indian Contract Act, 1872

2. The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

3. The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965

4. The Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952

5. The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972.

Company Law (30 marks)

The Companies Act, 1956 – Sections 1 to 197 (a) Preliminary

(b) Board of Company Law Administration – National Company Law Tribunal; Appellate Tribunal

(c) Incorporation of company and matters incidental thereto

(d) Prospectus and allotment, and other matters relating to use of shares or debentures

(e) Share capital and debentures

(f) Registration of charges

(g) Management and administration – general provisions – registered office and name, restrictions on commencement of business, registers of members and debentures holders, foreign registers of members or debenture holders, annual returns, general provisions regarding registers and returns, meetings and proceedings.

(h) Company Law in a computerized environment – e-filing.

Note: If new legislations are enacted in place of the existing legislations, the syllabus would include the corresponding provisions of such new legislations with effect from a date notified by the Institute.

Part II: Ethics (20 marks)

Contents:

1. Introduction to Business Ethics

The nature, purpose of ethics and morals for organizational interests; ethics and conflicts of interests; ethical and social implications of business policies and decisions; corporate social responsibility; ethical issues in corporate governance.

2. Environment Issues

Protecting the Natural Environment – prevention of pollution and depletion of natural resources;

conservation of natural resources.

3. Ethics in Workplace

Individual in the organisation, discrimination, harassment, gender equality.

4. Ethics in Marketing and Consumer Protection

Healthy competition and protecting consumer’s interest.

5. Ethics in Accounting and Finance

Importance, issues and common problems.

 

Part III: Communication (20 marks)

Contents:

1. Elements of Communication

(a) Forms of communication: formal and informal, inter-departmental, verbal and non-verbal; active listening and critical thinking

(b) Presentation skills including conducting meeting, press conference

(c) Planning and composing business messages

(d) Communication channels

(e) Communicating corporate culture, change, innovative spirits

(f) Communication breakdowns

(g) Communication ethics

(h) Groups dynamics; handling group conflicts, consensus building; influencing and persuasion skills; negotiating and bargaining

(i) Emotional intelligence – emotional quotient

(j) Soft skills – personality traits; interpersonal skills; leadership.

2. Communication in Business Environment

(a) Business Meetings – Notice, Agenda, Minutes, Chairperson’s speech

(b) Press releases

(c) Corporate announcements by stock exchanges

(d) Reporting of proceedings of a meeting.

3. Basic Understanding of Legal Deeds and Documents

(a) Partnership deed (b) Power of Attorney (c) Lease deed

(d) Affidavit

(e) Indemnity bond

(f) Gift deed

(g) Memorandum and articles of association of a company

(h) Annual Report of a company.

Paper 3: Cost Accounting and Financial Management

(One paper – three hours – 100 marks)

Contents:

1. Introduction to Cost Accounting

(a) Objectives and scope of cost accounting

(b) Cost centres and cost units

(c) Cost classification for stock valuation, profit measurement, decision making and control

(d) Coding systems

(e) Elements of cost

(f) Cost behaviour pattern, separating the components of semi-variable costs

(g) Installation of a costing system

(h) Relationship of cost accounting, financial accounting, management accounting and financial management.

2. Cost Ascertainment

(a) Material Cost

(i) Procurement procedures – store procedures and documentation in respect of receipts and issue of stock, stock verification

(ii) Inventory control – techniques of fixing of minimum, maximum and reorder levels, economic order quantity, ABC classification; stocktaking and perpetual inventory

(iii) Inventory accounting

(iv) Consumption – identification with products of cost centres, basis for consumption entries in financial accounts, monitoring consumption.

(b) Employee Cost

(i) Attendance and payroll procedures, overview of statutory requirements, overtime, idle time and incentives

(ii) Labour turnover

(iii) Utilisation of labour, direct and indirect labour, charging of labour cost, identifying labour hours with work orders or batches or capital jobs

(iv) Efficiency rating procedures

(v) Remuneration systems and incentive schemes. (c) Direct Expenses

Sub-contracting – control on material movements, identification with the main product or service.

(d) Overheads

(i) Functional analysis – factory, administration, selling, distribution, research and development

Behavioural analysis – fixed, variable, semi variable and step cost

(ii) Factory overheads – primary distribution and secondary distribution, criteria for choosing suitable basis for allotment, capacity cost adjustments, fixed absorption rates for absorbing overheads to products or services

(iii) Administration overheads – method of allocation to cost centres or products

(iv) Selling and distribution overheads – analysis and absorption of the expenses in products/customers, impact of marketing strategies, cost effectiveness of various methods of sales promotion.

3. Cost Book-keeping

Cost ledgers – non-integrated accounts, integrated accounts, reconciliation of cost and financial accounts.

4. Costing Systems

(a) Job Costing

Job cost cards and databases, collecting direct costs of each job, attributing overhead costs to jobs, applications of job costing.

(b) Batch Costing

(c) Contract Costing

Progress payments, retention money, escalation clause, contract accounts, accounting for material, accounting for plant used in a contract, contract profit and balance sheet entries.

(d) Process Costing

Double entry book keeping, process loss, abnormal gains and losses, equivalent units, inter-process profit, joint products and by products.

(e) Operating Costing System

5. Introduction to Marginal Costing

Marginal costing compared with absorption costing, contribution, breakeven analysis and profit volume graph.

6. Introduction to Standard Costing

Various types of standards, setting of standards, basic concepts of material and labour standards and variance analysis.

7. Budgets and Budgetary Control

The budget manual, preparation and monitoring procedures, budget variances, flexible budget, preparation of functional budget for operating and non-operating functions, cash budget, master budget, principal budget factors.

Part II: Financial Management (50 marks)

Contents:

1. Scope and Objectives of Financial Management

(a) Meaning, importance and objectives

(b) Conflicts in profit versus value maximisation principle

(c) Role of Chief Financial Officer.

2. Time Value of Money

Compounding and discounting techniques – concepts of annuity and perpetuity.

3. Financial Analysis and Planning

(a) Ratio analysis for performance evaluation and financial health

(b) Application of ratio analysis in decision making

(c) Analysis of cash flow statement.

4. Financing Decisions

(a) Cost of Capital – weighted average cost of capital and marginal cost of capital

(b) Capital Structure decisions – capital structure patterns, designing optimum capital structure, constraints, various capital structure theories

(c) Business risk and financial risk – operating and financial leverage, trading on equity.

5. Types of Financing

(a) Different sources of finance

(b) Project financing – intermediate and long term financing

(c) Negotiating term loans with banks and financial institutions and appraisal thereof

(d) Introduction to lease financing

(e) Venture capital finance.

6. Investment Decisions

(a) Purpose, objective, process

(b) Understanding different types of projects

(c) Techniques of decision making: non-discounted and discounted cash flow approaches – payback period method, accounting rate of return, net present value, internal rate of return, modified internal rate of return, discounted payback period and profitability index.

(d) Ranking of competing projects, ranking of projects with unequal lives.

7. Management of working capital

(a) Working capital policies

(b) Funds flow analysis

(c) Inventory management

(d) Receivables management

(e) Payables management

(f) Management of cash and marketable securities

(g) Financing of working capital.

Paper 4: Taxation

(One paper - three hours 100 marks)

Contents:

Part I: Income-tax (50 marks)

1. Important definitions in the Income-tax Act, 1961

2. Basis of charge; rates of taxes applicable for different types of assessees

3. Concepts of previous year and assessment year

4. Residential status and scope of total income; Income deemed to be received / deemed to accrue or arise in India

5. Incomes which do not form part of total income

6. Heads of income and the provisions governing computation of income under different heads

7. Income of other persons included in assessee’s total income

8. Aggregation of income; set-off or carry forward and set-off of losses

9. Deductions from gross total income

10. Computation of total income and tax payable; rebates and reliefs

11. Provisions concerning advance tax and tax deducted at source

12. Provisions for filing of return of income.

Part II: Service tax (25 marks) and VAT (25 marks)

Contents:

Service tax (25 marks)

1. Service tax – concepts and general principles

2. Charge of service tax and taxable services

3. Valuation of taxable services

4. Payment of service tax and filing of returns

VAT (25 marks)

5. VAT – concepts and general principles

6. Calculation of VAT Liability including input Tax Credits

7. Small Dealers and Composition Scheme

8. VAT Procedures.

Note: If new legislations are enacted in place of the existing legislations the syllabus will accordingly include the corresponding provisions of such new legislations in the place of the existing legislations with effect from the date to be notified by the Institute. Students shall not be examined with reference to any particular State VAT Law.

Revised Syllabus – Applicable from November 2014

Part II: Indirect Taxes (50 marks)

1. Introduction to excise duty, customs duty, central sales tax and VAT – Constitutional aspects, Basic concepts relating to levy, taxable event and related provisions

2. Significant provisions of service tax

(i) Constitutional Aspects

(ii) Basic Concepts and General Principles

(iii) Charge of service tax including negative list of services

(iv) Point of taxation of services

(v) Exemptions and Abatements

(vi) Valuation of taxable services

(vii) Invoicing for taxable services.

(viii) Payment of service tax

(ix) Registration

(x) Furnishing of returns

(xi) CENVAT Credit [Rule 1 -9 of CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004]

Note: If new legislations are enacted in place of the existing legislations the syllabus will accordingly include the corresponding provisions of such new legislations in place of the existing legislations with effect from the date to be notified by the Institute. Students shall not be examined with reference to any particular State VAT Law.

GROUP II

Paper 5: Advanced Accounting

(One paper – three hours – 100 marks)

Contents

1. Conceptual Framework for Preparation and Presentation of Financial Statements

2. Accounting Standards

Working knowledge of:

AS 4 : Contingencies and Events occurring after the Balance Sheet Date

AS 5 : Net Profit or Loss for the Period, Prior Period Items and Changes in Accounting Policies.

AS 11: The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates (Revised 2003) AS 12: Accounting for Government Grants

AS 16: Borrowing Costs

AS 19: Leases

AS 20: Earnings Per Share

AS 26: Intangible Assets

AS 29: Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets.

3. Advanced Issues in Partnership Accounts

Dissolution of partnership firms including piecemeal distribution of assets; Amalgamation of partnership firms; Conversion into a company and Sale to a company.

4. Company Accounts

(a) Accounting for employee stock option plan, Buy back of securities, Equity shares with differential rights, Underwriting of shares and debentures, Redemption of debentures

(b) Advanced problems for business acquisition, Amalgamation and reconstruction (excluding problems of amalgamation of inter-company holding)

(c) Accounting involved in liquidation of companies, Statement of Affairs (including deficiency/surplus accounts) and Iiquidator’s statement of account of the winding up.

(d) Financial Statements of Banking, Insurance and Electricity Companies

5. Accounting for Special Transactions

Departmental and branch accounts including foreign branches

Note :

If either old Accounting Standards (ASs), Announcements and Limited Revisions to ASs are withdrawn or new ASs, Announcements and Limited Revisions to ASs are issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India in place of existing ASs, Announcements and Limited Revisions to ASs, the syllabus will accordingly include/exclude such new developments in place of the existing ones with effect from the date to be notified by the Institute.

Paper 6: Auditing and Assurance

(One paper – three hours – 100 marks)

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Contents

1. Auditing Concepts – Nature and limitations of Auditing, Basic Principles governing an audit, Ethical principles and concept of Auditor’s Independence, Relationship of auditing with other disciplines.

2. Auditing and Assurance Standards – Overview, Standard-setting process, Role of International

Auditing and Assurance Standards Board and Auditing and Assurance Standards Board in India.

3. Auditing engagement – Audit planning, Audit programme, Control of quality of audit work– Delegation and supervision of audit work.

4. Documentation – Audit working papers, Audit files: Permanent and current audit files, Ownership and custody of working papers.

5. Audit evidence – Audit procedures for obtaining evidence, Sources of evidence, Reliability of audit evidence, Methods of obtaining audit evidence, Physical verification, Documentation, Direct confirmation, Re-computation, Analytical review techniques, Representation by management.

6. Internal Control – Elements of internal control, Review and documentation, Evaluation of internal control system, Internal control questionnaire, Internal control check list, Tests of control, Application of concept of materiality and audit risk, Concept of internal audit.

7. Internal Control and Computerized Environment, Approaches to Auditing in Computerised Environment.

8. Audit Sampling – Types of sampling, Test checking, Techniques of test checks.

9. Analytical review procedures.

10. Audit of payments – General considerations, Wages, Capital expenditure, Other payments and expenses, Petty cash payments, Bank payments, Bank reconciliation.

11. Audit of receipts – General considerations, Cash sales, Receipts from debtors, Other Receipts.

12. Audit of Purchases – Vouching cash and credit purchases, Forward purchases, Purchase returns, Allowance received from suppliers.

13. Audit of Sales – Vouching of cash and credit sales, Goods on consignment, Sale on approval basis, Sale under hire-purchase agreement, Returnable containers, Various types of allowances given to customers, Sale returns.

14. Audit of suppliers’ ledger and the debtors’ ledger – Self-balancing and the sectional balancing system, Total or control accounts, Confirmatory statements from credit customers and suppliers, Provision for bad and doubtful debts, Writing off of bad debts.

15. Audit of impersonal ledger – Capital expenditure, deferred revenue expenditure and revenue expenditure, Outstanding expenses and income, Repairs and renewals, Distinction between reserves and provisions, Implications of change in the basis of accounting.

16. Audit of assets and liabilities.

17. Company Audit – Audit of Shares, Qualifications and Disqualifications of Auditors, Appointment of auditors, Removal of auditors, Powers and duties of auditors, Branch audit, Joint audit, Special audit, Reporting requirements under the Companies Act, 1956.

18. Audit Report – Qualifications, Disclaimers, Adverse opinion, Disclosures, Reports and certificates.

19. Special points in audit of different types of undertakings, i.e., Educational institutions, Hotels, Clubs, Hospitals, Hire-purchase and leasing companies (excluding banks, electricity companies, cooperative societies, and insurance companies).

20. Features and basic principles of government audit, Local bodies and not-for-profit organizations, Comptroller and Auditor General and its constitutional role.

Note: Candidates are expected to have working knowledge of relevant Auditing and Assurance

Standards issued by the ICAI with reference to above-mentioned topics.

Paper 7: Information Technology and Strategic Management

(One paper – three hours – 100 marks)

Section A: Information Technology (50 Marks)

[Applicable up to May, 2014 Examination]

Contents:

1. Introduction to Computers

(a) (Computer hardware: Classification of computers – personal computer, workstation, servers and super computers, Computer components – CPU, input output devices, storage devices)*

(b) (BUS, I/O CO processors, ports (serial, parallel, USB ports), expansion slots, add on cards, on board chips, LAN cards, multimedia cards, cache memory, buffers, controllers and drivers)*

(c) Computer software

Systems software – operating system, translators (compilers, interpreters and assemblers), system utilities

General purpose software/ utilities – word processor, spread sheet, DBMS, scheduler / planner, internet browser and e-mail clients

Application software – financial accounting, payroll, inventory

Specialised systems – Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), artificial intelligence, expert systems, decision support systems – an overview

2. Data Storage, Retrievals and Data Base Management Systems

(a) Data and information concepts: bits, bytes, KB, MB, GB, TB (b) Data organization and access

Storage concepts : records, fields, grouped fields, special fields like date, integers, real, floating, fixed, double precision, logical, characters, strings, variable character fields (Memo); key, primary key, foreign key, secondary key, referential integrity, index fields.

Storage techniques: sequential, block sequential, random, indexed, sequential access, direct access, random access including randomizing Logical structure and physical structure of files

(c) DBMS models and classification:

Need for database, administration, models, DML and DDL (query and reporting); data dictionaries, distributed data bases, object oriented databases, client server databases, knowledge

(d) Backup and recovery – backup policy, backup schedules, offsite backups, recycling of backups, frequent checking of recovery of backup

(e) Usage of system software like program library management systems and tape and disk management systems – features, functionalities, advantages

(f) Data mining and data warehousing – an overview

3. Computer Networks & Network Security

(a) Networking concepts – need and scope, benefits

Classification: LAN, MAN, WAN, VPN; peer-to-peer, client server

Components – NIC, router, switch, hub, repeater, bridge, gateway, modem

Network topologies – bus, star, ring, mesh, hybrid, architecture : token ring, ethernet transmission technologies and protocols – OSI, TCP/IP, ISDN etc.

Network operating system

(b) Local Area Networks – components of a LAN, advantages of LAN (c) Client server technology

Limitation of single user systems and need for client server technology

Servers – database, application, print servers, transaction servers, internet servers, mail servers, chat servers, IDS

Introduction to 3-tier and “n” tier architecture (COM, COM+)

(d) Data centres: features and functions, primary delivery centre and disaster recovery site

(e) Network security need; threats and vulnerabilities; security levels; techniques

4. Internet and other technologies

(a) Internet and world-wide web, intranets, extranets, applications of internet, internet protocols

(b) E-commerce – nature, types (B2B, B2C, C2C), supply chain management, CRM, Electronic (Data Interchange (EDI))*, Electronic Fund Transfers (EFT), payment portal, e- commerce security;

(c) Mobile commerce, bluetooth and Wi-Fi

5. Flowcharts, Decision Tables.

* The Council has decided to exclude these topics effective from November, 2012 examination onwards.

Revised Syllabus – Applicable from November 2014

Section A: Information Technology (50 Marks)

Contents: 1. Business Process Management & IT
Introduction to various Business processes – Accounting, Finances, Sale, Purchase etc., Business Process Automation – Benefits & Risks, Approach to mapping systems : Entity Diagrams, Data Flow Diagrams, Systems Flow diagrams, Decision trees/tables, Accounting systems vs. Value chain automation, Information as a business asset, Impact of IT on business processes, Business Risks of failure of IT, Business Process Re-engineering
2. Information Systems and IT Fundamentals Understand importance of IT in business and relevance to Audit with case studies, Understand working of computers and networks in business process automation from business information perspective, Concepts of Computing (Definition provided by ACM/IEEE and overview of related terminologies), Overview of IS Layers – Applications, DBMS, systems software, hardware, networks & links and people, Overview of Information Systems life cycle and key phases, Computing Technologies & Hardware – Servers, end points, popular computing architectures, emerging computing architectures & delivery models – example: SaaS, Cloud Computing, Mobile computing, etc., Example: Overview of latest devices/technologies – i5, Bluetooth, Tablet, Wi-Fi, Android, Touchpad, iPad, iPod, Laptop, Notebook, Smartphone, Ultra- Mobile PC etc.)
3. Telecommunication and Networks
Fundamentals of telecommunication, Components and functions of Telecommunication Systems, Data networks – types of architecture, LAN, WAN, Wireless, private and public networks etc., Overview of computing architectures – centralised, de-centralised, mainframe, client-server, thin-thick client etc., Network Fundamentals – Components, Standards and protocols, Network risks & controls – VPN, Encryption, Secure protocols, Network administration and management – concepts and issues, How information systems are facilitated through telecommunications, How Internet works, Internet architecture, key concepts, risks and controls, e-Commerce and M-commerce technologies
4. Business Information Systems Information Systems and their role in businesses, IT as a business enabler & driver – ERP, Core Banking System, CRM, SCM, HRMS, Payment Mechanisms, The relationship between organisations, information systems and business processes, Accounting Information Systems and linkages to Operational systems, Business Reporting, MIS & IT, Organisation Roles & responsibilities and table or authorities, importance of access controls, privilege controls, Specialised systems – MIS, DSS, Business Intelligence, Expert Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge Management systems etc.
5. Business process automation through Application software Business Applications – overview and types, Business Process Automation, relevant controls and information systems, Information Processing & Delivery channels and their role in Information Systems, Key types of Application Controls and their need, Emerging concepts – Virtualisation, Grid Computing, Cloud delivery model

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