Diploma in Indian Accounting

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  • Duration: 12 weeks

DIPOLMA IN

INDIA ACCOUNTING

2 MONTHS OF PRACTICAL TRAINING

ON ALL MAJOR ASPECTS OF

INDIAN ACCOUNTING

INCREASE YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES WITH DIPLOMA in INDIAN ACCOUNTING


    LEARN AT KERALA’S LEADING FINISHING SCHOOL FOR ACCOUNTANTS

    Overview

    Employers are finding it difficult to find the right person for an accounting role with the right skills, practical knowledge and experience.

    Statistics show that more than 3 Lakhs degree students graduate every year from various colleges in Kerala.

    Why isn’t there a correlation between this demand and supply?

    The reason is that, to stand out from the crowd and to catch the eye of an interviewer, you will need to have strong basics in accounting & taxation supported by good working knowledge in accounting tools like MS Excel, Tally Prime, GST, Income Tax etc.

    What is DIA?

    DIA is completely a practical accounting training course, designed specifically for B.com/MBA finance/ Any graduates who are aiming to build their career in accounts, to mould you into the accounts/finance professional you aspire to be. DIA is carefully devised by experienced chartered accountants and industry experts in the finance domain to provide you with the most needed skills and practical knowledge to impress your interviewer and excel at your workplace.

    Join Diploma in Indian Accounting course (DIA) and become a Professional Accountant!

    Finprov is introducing Kerala’s largest career-building program in accounting! This is specifically designed for job aspirants who are looking for a career in core accounts & finance, where they can learn and get practical exposure to begin their dream job.

    Course Overview

    Basic Accounting Introduction
    Legal Entity discussion
    Accounting Terms
    Golden Rule of Accounting
    Principles: Concepts
    Principles: Conventions
    Journal Entry
    Ledger accounts
    Trial balance
    Profit and Loss
    Adjustments: Outstanding expenses
    Adjustments: Prepaid expenses
    Adjustments: Accrued income
    Adjustments: Income received in advance
    Adjustments: Depreciation
    Adjustments: Bad Debts & Provision
    Balance Sheet
    Advanced: GST Accounting
    Advanced: TDS & Advance Tax Accounting
    Advanced: Income Tax Accounting
    Introduction to Tally Prime Daily Credit Sales (with GST)
    Installation and Activation Point of Sales entry (with GST)
    Company Creation Cash and bank entries
    Company alteration and deletion Cost category and cost centre
    F11 Features Expenses
    F12 Configuration TDS Entries
    Charts of accounts – Group and Ledger creation Adjustment Entries
    Opening Balances Day book & View reports
    Inventory settings: Units of Measure Godown & Bill of material
    Inventory: Stock Group Manufacturing journal creation and work in progress
    Inventory: Stock Item Bank reconciliation in Tally Prime
    Group Creation GST settlement in Tally Prime
    Ledger Creation Projects
    Daily Credit Purchases (with/wihout GST)
    Introduction to GST
    GST Rates, Exemption, HSN
    Applicability of GST
    Calculation of CGST, SGST, IGST and UTGST
    Concept & Types of Supply
    Element & Nature of Supply
    Composite and Mixed Supply
    Input Tax Credit
    Conditions and documents for ITC
    Set off ITC
    ITC on capital Goods
    Ineligible ITC
    ITC Reversal
    Refund Under GST
    Blocked Credit
    What is RCM?
    RCM – Goods & Services
    Composition Scheme
    Eligibility
    Tax rate on Composition Scheme
    Types of Invoice
    Who all can issue invoices
    Contents of Invoices
    Bill of Supply
    Delivery Challan
    GSTR 1 and 3B
    Accounts and record to be maintained under GST Regime
    Electronic cash and credit ledger
    What is E-way Bill and when to be generated
    Introduction to MS Excel
    Basic Calculations and tables in Excel
    Fill the series
    Functions
    Formulas
    Formatting
    Sort and filter
    Conditional formatting
    Pivot table
    Transpose
    Lookup
    Create List
    Text to columns
    Introduction to Income Tax
    Difference between Act, Rules, Notifications & circulars
    Assessee and Types of Assessee
    Persons & Tax Rates
    Significance & Applicability of TDS
    No deduction or short deduction of TDS
    Due date of TDS payments & returns
    Form 26, 16 & 16 A
    TDS sections
    TCS
    Advance Tax  –  Applicability and Computation, Interest
    Cash transactions
    Group Discussions
    Debate
    Team building activities
    Spot presentations
    Presentation skills

    Duration and Fees

    Duration: 2 Months

    Schedule: Mon – Fri

    Registration Started

    Fees: INR 25,000  20,000/-

    Highlights

    Expertise of CAs

    At Finprov, We have the best of the best minds to train you with the necessary skills and knowledge

    Intensive Practical Training

    Practical training to provide real work experience and to make you an expert

    Classroom Training

    Classroom training by industry experts for the most important and relevant concepts

    Support

    Call centre support to all students, for doubt solving or on any matters relating to your career

    Certification

    On successful completion of the course, the participants will be awarded a certificate of course completion by FINPROV.

    Criteria required:

    • 90% attendance
    • 50% or above marks in assessment & evaluation tests

    Software You Will Be Learning

    Opportunities after completing the DIA course

    By enrolling and completing the DIA course, you will be fully equipped to enter any accounting career path as per your choice with solid hands-on experience in the most important accounting software used by businesses around the world.

    Accounting Job

    DIA course enables students to independently handle a company’s finance department’s duties from day 1 of their employment.

    Be Your Own Boss

    DIA course prepares you with all the required skills and knowledge to start your own accounting venture or to take the role of a tax practitioner.

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