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STANDARD INTERNAL AUDIT PROGRAMME
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I. SALES:

1 To study the system for approval and acceptance of orders and to give suggestions for improvement. 2 To check the order acceptance with price list, if any, and to report the financial impact of sales below the price list. 3 To compute the percentage mix of sales made to new parties developed during the period under review and also compute the opportunity loss due to non-development of prospective parties as customers. To identify the reasons for non – development of these parties into customers. This may, further, be correlated with the expenses incurred during foreign tours conducted by the marketing personnel. 4 To study the system of order acceptance and invoicing and to report deficiencies in internal control, if any, along with suggestions for improvement. 5 To check the complaints and rejections during the period under review. Following aspects are to be checked in details: a) Nature of various complaints and percentage thereof. Reasons for frequent complaints of similar nature to be looked into. b) To study the role and follow up done by the Quality Assurance Department in respect of various complaints received during the period. c) To check whether there has been any major rejection, both, in domestic and overseas market, identify the reasons for the same and follow up action taken in this respect. d) To study the various reports prepared for monitoring and reporting the complaints and rejections during the period under review. If not reported in the MIS, to suggest a proper reporting format. 6. Checking of samples sent to various customers and parties: a) To check whether samples are sent to all the parties with special reference to the parties whose demand is substantial and payment term are also good. To identify the reasons for…...

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