Accounting plays a primary role as an information system concerned with summarizing, analyzing and reporting of financial transactions relating to a business. However, the crucial step is to create and present information in a constructive manner. This course is intended for people devoid of accounting knowledge as it offers an understanding of how financial statements are prepared for numerous kinds of organizations.
Financial Accounting demonstrates the fundamentals of the regulatory framework concerning accounts preparation and to the qualitative characteristics of helpful information. The syllabus develops an understanding of the principles of accounts and preparation of financial statements. This course focuses on recording, processing, and reporting business transactions and events. It involves the use of trial balance to spot and correct errors and the preparation of financial statements for incorporated and unincorporated units. The course further emphasizes on basic interpretation of financial statements and the formation of simple consolidated accounts.
Self-study programs with chapter wise video lectures, study material and practice bank.
Live teaching sessions with recorded facility
Easy access to e-study material including comprehensive study notes, revision notes, summary notes.
Extensive practice bank based on real exam environment
Mock test with marking and review facility from subjects experts