CPM-PERT – Dani Ki Costing – CA Final Video Lectures

CPM-PERT – Dani Ki Costing – CA Final Video Lectures

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For the purpose of Planning, Scheduling and controlling two different network models are used in costing. They are namely CPM (Critical Path Method) and PERT (Program Evaluation and Review Technique). These both models are helpful in progress and completion of large scale projects. Here project can be defined as large number of activities or jobs performed sequentially in logical or technological manner.
Critical Path Analysis is the analysis of identifying the longest path of a project network through which series of activities are completed. All other paths are called non – critical path and they offer flexibility in the project as they require less time compared to the critical path and so scheduling can be increased. The Critical Path is useful as a management tool to review constantly the project network and decisions can be taken regarding reformulation of the same. Critical Path Analysis helps in finding alternative paths in the project network.
PERT is very helpful in the cases when a great uncertainty is associated with a project. Such uncertainty is calculated and controlled by taking into account the Optimistic Time Estimates, Pessimistic Time Estimates and Most Likely Time Estimates. PERT helps in updating the network as and when required. PERT is also helpful in taking decisions regarding crashing of project i.e. completing the project earlier then the critical time by adding extra resources.

Working of CPM and PERT is a procedure involving five different steps. It is initiated with analyzing and breaking down of the project in different activities, and then determination of sequence of activities and their interdependence. This step is followed by assignment of cost and / or time to each activity and identifying the longest path by which the project can be completed. At this stage the working of Critical path Method ends and the work of PERT commences as at the last stage, Monitoring, evaluation and controlling the project progress is done. Many a times re – planning, re – scheduling and re – assignment are also required for the project.


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  1. Dear Sir,

    Thanks for Materials and Video lectures and it has really simplified way of explanations..


  2. Sir, after 1st video, the videos are not available. They are shown as “private videos” on youtube playlist.

    Please advise.

    Thanks & Regards.

  3. I request you to please make these videos public as it is a matter of career of myself and many people like me.

    1. The reason behind to remove it from YouTube is that we get some nonsense comments that these lectures are old from 2013 and now the syllabus is changed and all. Yes, it is from 2013 and there isn’t any change in syllabus. The lectures are on YouTube from 2013. It is almost 3 years. Meanwhile, many disgusting comments have been faced by Danisir and the Coppergate Edu.

      Due to that the owner company “Coppergate Educare” who reserve the right to sell these videos have decided to NOT to allow videos, free now on-wards.

      This YouTube Channel is not owned by Coppergate Educare or anyone else, I am a student like all of you. I (Dhaval Jatiya owner of the channel) have uploaded (with a permission) all these lectures voluntarily because I am also a CA student and I know these lectures are worthful. I have spent lots of time to upload this videos. So that all the CA Student can learn from free lectures. And Sorry for the late reply. I was unable to spend some time to answer you comments from Youtube, Website and FB Page. But now on-wards I will be available for you. You can contact me on FB Page (https://www.facebook.com/TaxFinanceInfo). I will do my best to help all of you for the exam. I will answer any of the questions as soon as possible.

      1. I REALLY NEED the lectures to pass. Please help me. Please contact me on abhinavbalwa@gmail.com / +91 8000 652 692

        Waiting to hear from you. Really need the lectures soon. I’ll provide all the online help you may need.

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