PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA IN E-ACCOUNTING & BANKING (PDEAB)

tally accounting with gst & taxation course
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Professional Diploma In E-Accounting (PDEA)

E-Accounting Course is an important course which helps the fresher’s/experienced accountants to understand and improve their professional skills. This course covers all major aspects of a business activity for the various industries like “accounting, inventory, manufacturing, taxation , banking and payroll etc. This training program is very beneficial for students who have completed 12th in commerce, B.Com (Graduate), BBA/MBA and also for whom who want to start their career as accounting professionals. It is designed to equip them with valuable skills, a graduate after this training becomes valuable asset for any company. During this course we focus on the practical learning aspects of computer accounting software like Tally ERP and Busy.

Career Opportunities

Finding a job in the accounting field is a smart decision. Accounting is a field that will always be in demand and it is a field that you can continue to grow and move up inside your company. There are so many different positions you can find in the accounting field. Careers in accounting can range from entry level positions to executive level. After completing e-accounting various career option for the candidates are below:

Computer Operator,

 Data Entry Operator,

 Tally Operator,

 Accounts Executive,

 Computer Accountant,

 Excel/MIS Executive,

 Inventory Clerk,

 Business Associates,

 Tax Consultant,

 Banking Clerk,

 Tech Support Team,

Professional Diploma in E-Accounting & Banking

Course Duration : 12 Month

Module 1 : Basic Computer & MS-Office

  • Overview of Operating System
  • Fundamentals.
  • Operating System.
  • Microsoft Office.
  • Internet Concept.

Module 2 : Advance Excel/MIS

  • Introduction of Excel
  • About Excel 2010/13/16
  • Cell Referencing: Relative, Mix & Fix.
  • Conditional Formatting, Data sorting.
  • IF Conditions, Vlookup, Hookup, Index

Module 3  Financial Accounting

  • Accounting Fundamentals & Terms.
  • Journal Entries & Ledger, Cash Book.
  • Final Accounts: Trial Balance.
  • Balance sheet and profit & Loss A/c.
  • Practical Accounting Vouchers.

Module 4 Complete Business Accounting

  • About Tally.ERP9 : Latest Updates.
  • Sales/Purchases Order Process Entries.
  • Passing Transactions/ Voucher Entries etc.
  • Sales/Purchases Order Process Entries.
  • New Content Specific elements.

 

Module 5  Tally Full Course

  1. BASIC ACCOUNTING Types of accounts, & rules of Debit/Credit, Accounting principles and concepts, Accounting terms, journal entries, Trial Balance, Final Accounts (Trading a/c, profit & loss, a/c, balance sheet), Ratio Analysis.
  2. INTRODUCTIONS OF TALLY ERP 9 Knowledge about tally ERP 9, explanation of old versions.
  3. GETTING FUNCTIONAL ABOUT TALLY ERP 9

 Features of tally

  • Configuration of tally
  • Installation of tally
  • Company creation
  • Gateway of tally
  • 4. LEDGER CREATION
  1. ACCOUNTING VOUCHERS
  2. INVENTORY VOUCHERS Stock group
  • Stock item
  • Stock categories
  • Unit of measurement
  • 7. STOCK TRANSFER IN TALLY (Location/godown creation, Transaction)
  1. TRADING OF STOCK TRANSACTION
  2. SHORTCUT KEYS
  3. ADVANCE ACCOUNTING Bill wise details
  • Cost centre
  • & cost categories Multiple currencies
  • Interest calculation
  • Budget
  • & control Scenario management
  • Transaction in invoice mode
  • & voucher mode
  1. ADVANCE INVENTORY IN TALLY ERP 9 Purchase and sales order process
  • Batch wise details
  • Bills of material
  • Price levels and price list
  • Stock valuation and stock summary
  • Different actual and billed quantity
  • Transaction with discount
  • 12. POINT OF SALES (POS) Features of pos in tally ERP 9
  • Configuration of pos in tally ERP 9
  • Activation of pos
  • Entries pos transaction
  • Pos reports
  • 13. PETTY CASH Creations
  • Vouchers type
  • Entry
  • Reports
  • 14. JOB COSTING Configuration
  • Creations
  • Vouchers type
  • Recording transaction
  • Reports
  • 15. CREDIT NOTE & DEBIT NOTE Activation
  • Creation
  • Pass entry of purchase and sale
  • Transactions record
  • Report
  • 16. FIXED ASSETS MANAGEMENT (WITHOUT GST)
  1. FIXED ASSETS MANAGEMENT (WITH GST)
  2. USE OF CALCULATOR 19. TALLY. NET FEATURES
  3. ALTERNATING & DELETING IN TALLY
  4. BACK UP & RESTORE
  5. EXPORT & IMPORT
  6. DATA SECURITY
  7. PRINTING REPORTS & VOUCHERS
  8. SPLIT COMPANY DATA
  9. E-MAIL WITH TALLY
  10. DRAWING & CAPITAL TRANSACTION
  11. PAYROLL ACCOUNTING configuration payroll in tally erp 9
  • creating payroll masters
  • transaction in payroll vouchers
  • generating payroll reports·
  1. Bank reconciliation statement (BRS)
  2. GOODS AND SERVICE TAX (GST) GST ACTIVATION·

 31 .KNOWLEDGE ABOUT GST 32 LEDGER CREATION WITH GST

33 CONFIGURATION FOR GST

34 TRANSACTION FOR SERVICE COMPANY WITH GST

35 REVERSE CHARGE MECHANISM 36 TRANSACTION FOR TRADING COMPANY WITH GST

37 TRANSACTION FOR MANUFACTURING COMPANY WITH GST 38 DEBIT NOTE & CREDIT NOTE & DISCOUNT WITH GST

39 GST ADVANCE RECEIPTS & PAYMENT

 40 CASH PURCHASE AND SALE WITH GST

41 ROUND OFF

42 MULTIPLE TAX IN SINGLE INVOICE

43 OTHER TRANSACTION RECORDING WITH GST

Module 6 E- Commerce

  • E-Commerce, Using Job portals
  • Online Shopping, Ticketing & Payments.
  • Employment Registration etc.
  • Accessing Government sites and Services.
  • Online Application for : Pan Card, Voter ID.
  • Surfing Internet, Downloading Apps, Software

 

 

Module 7  Taxation

  • Basic Concepts Of Income Tax.
  • Heads of Income and slab Rates.
  • Capital Gain, Deduction under U/A.
  • Value Added Tax (VAT).
  • Central Sales Tax (CST).
  • Service Tax
  • Central Excise Duty.
  • About Goods & Service Tax (GST).

Module 8  E- Filing

  • Income Tax Returns.
  • TDS e-Filling.
  • VAT e-Filling.
  • S.Tax e-Filling.

Module 9  Personality Development /Interview questions –

  • Introduction.
  • English Speaking.
  • Basic Grammar.
  • Group Discussion.
  • Integration with Colleagues.
  • Personality Development.
  • Tips & Tricks.
  • Group Interview.
  1. Fundamentals
  • Meaning of Partnership.
  • Essential Characteristics of Partnership.
  • Partnership Deed.
  • Final Accounts.
  • Adjustments after Closing Accounts.
  • Fixed and Fluctuating Capitals.
  • Good will.
  • Joint Life Policy.
  • Change in Profit Sharing Ratio.
  1. Reconstitution of Partnership Firms – I
  • Admission of a Partner.
  • Accounting Problems.
  1. Reconstitution of Partnership Firms – II (Retirement, Death and Amalgamation)
  • Retirement of a Partner.
  • Death of a Partner.
  • Amalgamation of Partnership Firms.
  1. Dissolution of a Partnership
  • Distinction between Dissolution of Partnership and Dissolution of a firm.
  • Modes of Dissolution of a Firm.
  • Settlement of Accounts.
  • Accounting Entries.
  • Insolvency of Partners.

SECTION – II: COMPANY ACCOUNTS

  1. The Joint Stock Company
  • Introduction.
  • Meaning and Definition of a Company.
  • Essential Characteristics of a Company.
  • Kinds of Companies.
  • Difference between Company and Partnership.
  • Distinction between Private and Public Limited Companies.
  • Formation of Company.
  • Allotment of Shares.
  1. Shares and Share Capital
  • Shares.
  • Share Capital.
  • Accounting Entries.
    • (i) Full Subscription.
    • (ii) Under subscription.
    • (iii) Oversubscription.
  • Calls in Advance.
  • Calls in Arrears.
  • Issue of Shares at Premium.
  • Issue of Shares at Discount.
  • Forfeiture of Shares.
  • Surrender of Shares.
  • Issue of Two Classes of Shares.
  1. Debentures
  • Classification of Debentures.
  • Issue of Debentures.
  • Different Terms of Issue of Debentures.
  • Writing Off Loss on Issue of Debentures.
  1. Company Final Accounts
  • Books of Account.
  • Introduction to Company Final Accounts.
  • Formats of Financial Statements: Schedule III (Companies Act 2013).
  • Familiarity with the Items of Financial Statements. (Preparation of Company Financial Statements is not required).
  1. Financial Statements: Analysis and Interpretation
  • Meaning and Types of Financial Statements.
  • Nature of Financial Statements.
  • Limitations of Financial Statements.
  • Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements.
  • Steps involved in the Financial Statement Analysis.
    • (i) Methodical Classification.
    • (ii) Ratio Analysis.
  • Advantages of Ratio Analysis.
  • Limitations of Ratio Analysis.
  1. Funds Flow Statement
  • Meaning of Funds Flow Statement.
  • Uses of Funds Flow Statement.
  • Funds Flow Statement vs Income Statement.
  • Treatment of Provision for Taxation and Proposed Dividends.
  1. Cash Flow Statement
  • Meaning of Cash Flow Statement.
  • Uses of Funds Flow Statement.
  • Treatment of Provision for Taxation and Proposed Dividends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dinesh Gyanchandani Dinesh Gyanchandani

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