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Understand the vital principles, concepts, terminology, and practices of accounting. This course will enhance your ability to interpret economic activity and financial transactions. You will also be able to communicate more effectively and take better decisions in business and professional contexts. This course will deliver all the basic concepts such as the double-entry system, debits and credits, assets and liabilities, depreciation, and inventory. It will introduce you to the different types of books of accounts, including books of prime entry and ledgers, and basic concepts such as accounting period, matching, and trial balance. You will also learn how to prepare profit and loss accounts and balance sheets.
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Exam and certification
In addition to unit wise practice exercises, this course offers a Course Completion Test (CCT). To qualify for the CCT, a learner has to complete more than 60% of the course. The CCT is conducted online to provide maximum flexibility to the learner. Based on the results of the CCT, a learner will be given a certificate, which is recognised by various employers.
1. Introduction to Accounting
2. Debits and Credits
3. Books of Accounts
4. Process for Making Accounting Entries Part 1
5. Process for Making Accounting Entries Part 2
6. Books of Prime Entry and Ledgers - Part -1-1
7. Books of Prime Entry and Ledgers - Part -1-2
8. Books of Prime Entry and Ledgers - Part 2-1
9. Books of Prime Entry and Ledgers - Part 2-2
10. Basic Concepts Underlying Accountancy
11. Assets and Liabilities Part -1
12. Assets and Liabilities Part -2
13. Depreciation and Inventory - Part - 1-2
14. Depreciation and Inventory - Part - 2-1
15. Depreciation and Inventory - Part - 2-2
16. Depreciation and Inventory - Part - 1-1
17. Trial Balance Part -1
18. Trial Balance Part -2
19. Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet - Part – 1-1
20. Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet - Part – 1-2
21. Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet - Part - 2
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