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Which are the main MIS Reports of an accounts department & what the format of preparing the MIS ?

Asked by: Interview Candidate | Asked on: Jun 13th, 2007
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Bluehacks

Answered On : Jun 5th, 2008

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MIS report is known as Management Information System... regarding the Manpower status of a particular month, place and overall..It helps the Management in decision making.. like what are the reasons of resignation.. in which area attrition is high.. and so many things to help in decision making.. with teh help of MIS you may prepare a lot of reports.. Like annual attrition.. region wise attrition.. region wise manpower.. graphical representation of regions manpower status.. and so on..You may prepare the same at your end.As it will help you to prepare other such formats too.I am describing you the contents with sheet wise..First Sheet-Details of employeea. E.Code b. Name of employeec. Date of birth d. Designation e. CTCf. Address for communicationg.Permanent address h. Contact numberi. Blood group j. Maximum qualificationk. Extra qualification l.Total ExperienceSecond Sheet-Salary structureIn this sheet write down the complete salary structure.. and make a column what is salary after any revisionThird Sheet -New JoineesIn this sheet write down the name of New joinees of that month with detaillikeCTC,Designation,DOB n etc.Forth Sheet -Resigned employeesIn this sheet write the name of employees who resigned duringthat particular month with details like name, designation, date of joining,Date of resignation, last working day.Fifth sheet -Attrition rateBased on this MIS report, you may find out the attrition report, Qualification analysis reports, team management reports and so on can prepare a number of reports..Regards,BLuehacks aka Hardik Patel

  
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As I mean that the main reports of the MIS Reports of the Accounts should be Accounts Payable.

  
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jayaveerarajan

Answered On : Jul 10th, 2009

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Accounts Payable, Working Capital Requirement, Accounts Receivable

  
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