The Khanna Prize in Management Accounting
The value of the Prize shall be approximately $150, or as determined by the Academic Board after consideration of the income from the fund. If in any year for whatever reason the Prize is not awarded, the income for that year shall be added to the fund. If for whatever reason the Prize has not been awarded over a five year period, the Faculty of Commerce and Administration shall make a recommendation to the Academic Board regarding the conditions for the award of the Prize in subsequent years.
The Prize arises from a fund donated in 1991. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Academic Board, on the recommendation of the Head of School, Accounting and Commercial Law, to the best student attending the Current Issues in Management Accounting course (ACCY 402). If, in any year, this course is not offered, the Prize shall be awarded to the best student in any 400- or 500-level Management Accounting course, or any other course having Management Accounting as a component, within the Faculty of Commerce and Administration.