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-:- Introduction to Accounting
-:- Evolution of Accounting
-:- Meaning and Definition of Accounting
-:- Accounting cycle
-:- Objectives of Accounting
-:- Functions of Accounting
-:- Importance of Accounting
-:- Basic Accounting terminologies
-:- Branches of Accounting
-:- Bases of Accounting
-:- Users of Accounting information
-:- Role of an accountant
-:- Book-keeping: An introduction
-:- Book-keeping Vs. Accounting
-:- Relationship among Book-keeping, Accounting and Accountancy
-:- Accounting Principles
-:- Accounting Standards (AS)
-:- International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
-:- Accounting Standards in India
-:- Books of Prime Entry
-:- Source documents
-:- Double entry system
-:- Transaction and its type
-:- Account
-:- Approaches of recording transactions
-:- Accounting rules
-:- Journal entries
-:- Application of rules of double entry system
-:- Analysis of transactions with Example
-:- Journal entries: Illustration Problems with solution
-:- Ledger
-:- Utilities of ledger
-:- Format of ledger account
-:- Distinction between journal and ledger
-:- Procedure for posting
-:- Balancing of ledger accounts
-:- Introduction to trial balance
-:- Need for preparing trial balance
-:- Definition of trial balance
-:- Features of trial balance
-:- Objectives of preparing trial balance
-:- Limitations of trial balance
-:- Methods of preparing trial balance
-:- Suspense account
-:- Subsidiary Books - I
-:- Meaning of subsidiary books
-:- Types of subsidiary books
-:- Advantages of subsidiary books
-:- Purchases book
-:- Purchases returns book
-:- Sales book
-:- Sales returns book
-:- Bills of exchange
-:- Bills receivable book
-:- Bills payable book
-:- Journal proper
-:- Subsidiary Books - II Cash Book
-:- Meaning of cash book
-:- Cash Book - A subsidiary book and principal book of accounts
-:- Importance of cash book
-:- Types of cash book
-:- Single column cash book
-:- Cash discount and trade discount
-:- Double column cash book (Cash book with cash and discount column)
-:- Three column cash book (Cash book with cash, discount and bank column)
-:- Petty cash book
-:- Bank Reconciliation Statement
-:- Bank statement or bank pass book
-:- Bank Reconciliation Statement (BRS)
-:- Reasons why bank column of cash book and bank statement may differ
-:- Preparation of bank reconciliation statement
-:- Rectification of Errors
-:- Meaning of errors
-:- Errors at different stages of accounting
-:- Classification of errors
-:- Errors disclosed by the trial balance and errors not disclosed by the trial balance
-:- Steps to locate errors
-:- Suspense account
-:- Rectification of errors
-:- Errors in computerised accounting
-:- Depreciation Accounting
-:- Depreciation - Meaning and definition
-:- Objectives of providing depreciation
-:- Causes of depreciation
-:- Characteristics of depreciation
-:- Factors determining the amount of depreciation
-:- Methods of providing depreciation
-:- Straight line method/ Fixed instalment method / Original cost method
-:- Merits and Limitations of Straight line method/ Fixed instalment method / Original cost method
-:- Written down value / Diminishing balance method
-:- Merits, Limitations and Suitability of Written down value / Diminishing balance method
-:- Methods of recording depreciation
-:- Calculation of profit or loss on sale of asset
-:- Capital and Revenue Transactions
-:- Considerations in determining capital and revenue expenditures
-:- Classification of expenditure
-:- Capital expenditure
-:- Revenue expenditure
-:- Deferred revenue expenditure
-:- Comparison of capital, revenue and deferred revenue expenditure
-:- Capital and revenue receipts
-:- Distinction between capital and revenue receipts
-:- Illustration Problems with Solution - Accountancy: Capital and Revenue Transactions
-:- Introduction to final accounts
-:- Closing entries and Opening entry
-:- Trading account
-:- Profit and loss account
-:- Balance sheet
-:- Differences between trial balance and balance sheet
-:- Illustration Problems with Solution - Accountancy: Final Accounts of Sole Proprietors
-:- Final Accounts of Sole Proprietors-II
-:- Adjustment entries and accounting treatment of adjustments
-:- Illustration Problems with Solutions - Adjustment entries and accounting treatment of adjustments
-:- Summary of adjusting entries and accounting treatment of adjustments
-:- Final accounts with adjustments
-:- Computerised Accounting: Introduction to computers
-:- Computerised Accounting System (CAS)
-:- Advantages of Computerised Accounting System
-:- Limitations of Computerised Accounting System
-:- Differences between manual and computerised accounting system
-:- Accounting software
-:- Grouping and codification of accounts
-:- Microsoft Office - MS Word Practical - Computerised Accounting
-:- Microsoft Office - MS Excel Practical - Computerised Accounting