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Certification in

Financial Accounting

Develop analytical skills in the field of

Accounts & Finance

Certification in

Financial Accounting

Develop analytical skills in the field of

Accounts & Finance.


About Courses

Certification in Financial Accounting (CFA) is designed with the aim of letting students gain the utmost knowledge of the financial accounting field. This course includes accounting concepts, principles, and policies. It includes creation of trial balance and final accounts, MIS Reports and taxation and double entry system with the proper knowledge of Banking.

Certification In Financial Accounting Course Highlights


Accounting framework


Financial statement analysis


Handling taxation process


Maintaining financial transaction records


10+ Assignment


5+ Live Projects


13 Modules


1 Year Free Backup Classes

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Certification In Financial Accounting Course Learning Outcome

You will be able to prepare a ledger of different journal entries in the books of accounts.
You will be able to perform rectification (identify and rectify errors in the accounting process).
You will be able to record and maintain chart of accounts in Tally Prime.
You will be able to adjust entries in the double accounting system.
You will be able to prepare MIS reports which include all the accounting statements and records such as income statements, balance sheets, profit, and loss statements and expense statements, etc.
You’ll be able to do GST registration, TDS compliances, filing of returns, and refunds.

Software that you will learn in this course

Certification In Financial Accounting Course Content

1) Fundamentals Of Computer

  1. Introduction of Computer
  2. Evolution of the Computer
  3. Computer Generations
  4. Types of Computer
  5. Characteristics of Computers
  6. Classification of Computers
  7. Basic Applications of Computer
  8. Components of a Computer System
  9. Input Device / Output Devices
  10. Concept of Hardware & Software
  11. Computer Virus & Vaccines
  12. Anti-Virus / Network

2) MS Windows

  1. Introduction
  2. Different Versions of Windows 7
  3. Basic Elements of Opening Screen
  4. WordPad / Notepad
  5. MS-Paint / Calculator
  6. Internet

3) MS Office

  1. MS-Word
  2. MS-Excel
  3. MS-PowerPoint
  4. MS-Access
  5. MS-Outlook

4) Fundamental of Accounting

  1. Accounting Terms Accounting Concepts and Principles
  2. Double Entry System of Accounting
  3. Types of Accounts
  4. Golden Rules of Accounting etc.
  5. Journalizing and Posting of Transactions
  6. Recording of Business Transaction
  7. The Accounting Equation
  8. Recording of Transactions in Books of Original Entry Journal etc.

5) Maintaining Chart of Accounts in Tally Prime

  1. Getting Started with Tally Prime
  2. Company Creation/Shut Select/Alter etc.
  3. Company Features and Configuration Chart of Accounts Ledger Group etc.

6) Inventory Management

  1. Fundamentals of Inventory Management
  2. Terms Used in Inventory Management
  3. Inventory Valuation Inventory Management in Tally Prime
  4. Recording Day to Day Transactions
  5. Business Transaction
  6. Source Document or voucher
  7. Recording Transaction in Tally Prime
  8. Accounting Voucher
  9. Creation of New Voucher Type
  10. Automation of Invoice (Voucher Class)
  11. Non-Accounting Practice Exercise
  12. Accounts Receivables and Payable Management
  13. Activation of Maintaining Bill-wise Details Feature Credit Limit Active Credit limit
  14. Setting Credit Limits
  15. Exceeding Credit Limits
  16. Exception to Credit Limits
  17. Payment Performance of Debtors

7) Banking

  1. Banking Payments
  2. Setting UP Banking Features Cheque Management Cheque Printing
  3. Bank Reconciliation Cash and Bank Deposit Slip
  4. Handing e-Payments in Tally Prime
  5. Practice Exercise Tracking of Expenses and Incomes
  6. Cost Centre and Cost Categories

8) MIS Reports

  1. MIS Reports in Tally Prime Trial Balance
  2. Balance Sheet
  3. Profit and Loss Account
  4. Cash Flow Statement
  5. Funds Flow
  6. Statement
  7. Ratio Analysis
  8. Books and Accounting Reports
  9. Day Book Receipts and Payments
  10. Bills Receivable and Bills Payable
  11. Inventory Reports
  12. Stock Summary
  13. Stock Transfer Movement Analysis
  14. Ageing Analysis

9) Manufacturing Process

  1. Activating of Bill of Materials Stock Journal Register Transfer Analysis Cost Estimation etc

10) Management Of Purchase And Sales Order

  1. Purchase and Sales Order Processing
  2. Creation of Price List

11) Getting Started With GST

  1. Introduction of GST
  2. How to do Registration
  3. Supply of Goods and Services Place of Supply
  4. Time of Supply Value of Supply Invoicing
  5. Input Credit Mechanism E-way Bills Returns Payment of Tax Consequences of Non-Compliance
  6. Accounts and Other Records Tax Rate Structure
  7. Refund of Tax
  8. Transition to GST
  9. Input Service Distributor (ISD)
  10. Work Non Resident Tax Payer
  11. E-Commerce GSTN and GSP
  12. Audit
  13. Demands and Recovery
  14. Appeals and Revision

12) TDS

  1. Basic Concepts of TDS in Tally Prime
  2. Recording Transactions
  3. Accounting for TDS on Advance Payments
  4. TDS on Expenses at Lower Rate
  5. TDS on Expenses at Zero Rate
  6. Deducting TDS on Payments Reversal of Expenses with TDS
  7. TDS Reports
  8. Challan Reconciliation
  9. TDS Outstanding
  10. E-Return etc.

13) Securing Financial Information

  1. Security Control
  2. Activation of Security of Control and Creation of Security Levels in Tally Prime Accessing the Company with Data Operator’s User Account
  3. Password Policy
  4. Tally Vault Password Practice Exercises Data Management and Financial Year End Process
  5. Backup and Restore Backup of Data Restoring Data from a Backup File
  6. Export and Import of Data Exporting and Importing of Data from One Company to Another in XML Format
  7. Exporting of data in other available formats E-Mailing in Tally Prime
  8. Printing Reports
  9. Managing of Data during Financial Year End Process Important Pre-Split Activity
  10. Splitting of Data

Jobs You will Get After Completing Certification In Financial
Accounting Course

The field of financial accounting always remains in demand as it is the backbone of every business entity. An accountant is needed in every organization who can manage and maintain its financial records. It is one of the respected professions in the world and offers quite a high salary which means this is an excellent industry for anybody looking to maximize earning potential.

Job profile

After completing this course

Average salary

( 1+ year experience)

Accounts Executive 25k- 35k
Accounts Manager 22k- 35k
Finance Manager 30k- 45k
Financial Controller 25k- 35k
Financial Advisors 22k- 32k
Tally Software Instructor & etc. 20k- 35k

Features & Facilities

Student Reviews

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Sarfraj Ali
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Hi I am Sarfraj Ali. I am student of C.F.A of IFDA Insutiute. Teacher experience is very good and they teach awesome. I enjoy to study in this insutiute. I suggest to all students to study for computer course.

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Chy. Nisha
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I have a great experience in IFDA. The trainers are very supportive and explain every topic in detail. This Institute also provide backup classes on Saturday. I would like to suggest to join IFDA Institute to my friends and relatives. Thank u

Rajan Verma
Google Review 

I am having a great experience in this institute. Here the faculty cover all the accounting topic. They teach you beyond the bookish language and give the overall knowledge of accounting. What makes this institute different from others is that they provide you with live data to practice on. This helps in real time problem solving.

Frequently Asked Questions

The CFA course as the name suggests deals with core financial concepts, whereas the CPA course is designed to equip you with the knowledge of financial and extensive accounting principles along with a focus on communication skills, personality development, and interview skills.

Yes, you can enroll in this course as a working professional and opt for the batch that suits your working routine.

We have rigorous tests/exams which are conducted after the completion of each module of the course. And only after a satisfactory result, we move to the new module.

The course can open various career opportunities for you, like Accounts Manager, Accounts Executive, Finance Manager, Finance Executive, or Tally Instructor.

Yes, you can have access to a free demo class before finally making a decision regarding the course enrollment.

You do not necessarily need any computer apparatus to learn the course at IFDA. it could be useful for your personal practice, but during class hours, you can use the system provided by the institute.

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