Accounting & Financial Analysis

Accounting & Financial Analysis

Accounting & Financial Analysis

Level : Basic

Price : 9999   2999

1 Month(s)

Under the guidance of: Experienced Accounting Professionals  

Language: English + Hindi

The course covers:

This course begins from Book-keeping to Journal entries. For all the accounting students of 11th, 12th , this course will help you learn accounting concepts thoroughly.

·         Know about Accounting to making a balance sheet

·         GAAP, GST, Inventory etc.

·         You will also learn bank reconciliation

·         Creating a Ledger

Key Features:

1.       This course will cover the accounting Concepts. Relevant examples are included with concept explanation like –Journal Entries.

2.       Learn to rectify the errors in accounting.

3.       An accounting student/professional must have knowledge of GST. So, GST terminology is included.

4.       This also includes knowing the Inventory, entries, and ways of determining cost of inventory

Practise requirements:

You need a laptop/computer and understanding of English and Hindi language

Course description:

We welcome you to a course that gives you thorough knowledge of the concepts from beginner level to the advanced level.

The first topic of this course is “Basics of Accounts”, followed by “difference between book-keeping and Accounting”. Along with theory, you will learn practically how accounts calculations are done in real world of accounts.

StudyKosh assures you that you will enjoy every lecture throughout the course in audio-video format including presentations, highlights and animations used to be clearer and more detailed.

Who can get maximum benefit from this course?

  • Accountancy students of CA Foundation preparing students/ College students (B.Com, BBA)


  1. Basics of accounts
  2. Difference between Book -Keeping & Accounting
  3. Objective, Advantages & Limitation of Accounting
  4. Systems of accounts
  5. Accounting Procedures
  6. General terms used in accounts
  7. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  8. Accounting Equations
  9. Forms of Business Organizations
  10. Format of Journal
  11. Important Journal Entries
  12. Types of Journal Entries
  13. Important Journal Entries
  14. Some other important Journal Entries
  15. GST
  16. Discounts and Rebates
  17. Common source documents
  18. Special Purpose Books
  19. Revenue and Expense
  20. Depreciation vs Amortization vs Depletion
  21. Concept of Bad Debts
  22. Inventory
  23. Trial balance
  24. Ledger
  25. Example of Ledger
  26. Bank Reconciliation
  27. Types of Bank Accounts
  28. Final Accounts

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