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IAS 16 Property, Plant and Equipment outlines the accounting treatment for most types of property, plant and equipment. Property, plant and equipment is initially measured at its cost, subsequently measured either using a cost or revaluation model, and depreciated so that its depreciable amount is allocated on a systematic basis over its useful life.

IAS 16 was reissued in December 2003 and applies to annual periods beginning on or after  1 January 2005.



Study the financial statements of various companies listed on the Muscat Securities Market and select one  listed company.  Write a report covering following

  1. Introduction, objective and recognition criteria of IAS 16 Property, Plant and Equipment.
  2. Characteristics of depreciation

  4. Need for depreciation
  5. Basic factors considered for determination of method of depreciation

  7. Analyse and comment on the appropriateness of method of depreciation chosen. Also bring out the rates at which depreciation is charged for various classes of assets
  8. Will there be a significant impact on the financials if a different method is chosen? (illustrate with a numerical example)

  10. Details of noncurrent assets including a discussion on details such as original cost, disposals, additions as well as current and accumulated depreciation and net book value of various classes of noncurrent assets.

The above discussions should be supported with relevant academic literature.




You will be assessed on the following areas


Grading Criteria Max. Marks Marks Given
Understanding/coverage of theoretical concepts 35%  
Analysis of information and application of IAS 16 principles 35%  
Language and clarity 10%  
Completeness of tasks 10%  
Information research & referencing (Harvard Style) 10%  




Your work will be graded on the following aspects


  1. This is an individual  report.



  1. The assignment MUST be submitted on-line (through MOVE) on or before 05-04-2015.



  1. Your assignment shall reflect the depth and breadth of your original analyses in a clear and coherent manner.



  1. Any reference to authors and other writers shall be quoted with due acknowledgement in your assignment report using the Harvard Referencing System. For details of Harvard referencing style refer the student’s hand book 7.2 of section VII, page 16.


    1. This is an individual assignment and carries a 50% weighting of the module grade.



      1. This assignment follows an  a report format must be original and creative. An analytical piece of work is required. The use of ‘cut and paste’ approach will be penalized. It must be presented in a structured manner, with appropriate cover page, content page, introduction, body (with appropriate heading / sub-headings), conclusion, references, page numbered and any required appendices.



      1. Your report should be word processed and professionally presented. The length of your report should not exceed 2000 words (+/- 10%), presented in text of font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing. Please state the exact word count at the end of the assignment.


      1. The cover page should be attached with the assignment and uploaded through MOVE (on-line. Name of the student, The Programme, Module Title, Assignment Title and number of words must be reflected on the cover sheet.



      1. All assignments must be adhered strictly to the deadlines specified by Majan College. Failure to hand in the assignment for any reason and without prior approval and a valid written extension from the module tutor will not be marked and will be awarded a grade G (0) irrespective of the quality of the work. See students’ handbook. 4.4 of section IV, page 41.

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      Introduction: Start  with an introduction which  effectively brings out the concept and importance of definition in today’s contemporary world



      Task 1: Introduction, Objective and Recognition Criteria

      The students will  be expected to cover the following points when composing the report. The discussions can include but need not be limited to the following

      • Objective of IAS 16
      • Recognition – what is the criteria  that is used for an asset to be recognised as a depreciable NCA in the FS.


      Task 2: Characteristics of Depreciation

      Write here at least 6/8  main characteristics  of depreciation such  effect of depreciation, on the value, duration, reason, effect on financials etc   with reference to academic literature  and  properly referenced .


      Task 3: Need for  Depreciation

      Write here at least 2/3  reasons for providing  depreciation such as  calculation of accurate profits, accurate valuation of NCA’s, providing for replacement etc   with reference to academic literature  and  properly referenced.


      Task 4: Factors considered for determination of method of depreciation

      Write here at least 4/5 factors that are  considered for determination of method of depreciation such as original cost, useful life, scarp value, local regulations,  technological obsolescence etc


      Task 5

      Study the financial statements of your chosen organisation and write a report analysing and commenting on the appropriateness of  the chosen method of  depreciation. Also bring out the rates at which depreciation is charged for various classes of assets and why this rate has been chosen by the business.


      Task 6

      • Write a brief report analysing the impact on both financial statements if a different method is chosen.

      • You must support with numerical example bringing out the exact impact on Statement of CI and statement of FP using alternate methods.


      Task 7

      Study the financial statements of your chosen organisation and write a report bringing out the details of noncurrent assets including a discussion on  details such as original cost, disposals, additions as well as current and accumulated depreciation and net book value of various classes of noncurrent assets.


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