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Corporate E-Accounting

Develop your accounting skills with the use of latest

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Corporate E-Accounting

Develop your accounting skills with the use of latest

technique and software to derive

the ultimate benefit.

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Corporate accounting is considered as a unique branch of accounting dealing with the companies. The Corporate E-Accounting course will help you in gaining the essential skills that are required to become an accountant in a reputed corporation. This course involves the preparation of financial activity and cash flow like accounting, manufacturing, taxation, banking and payroll for the various corporates . This course will add great value to your resume and opens the doors of opportunity in accounting career.

Course Highlights

1.

GST, TDS, Payroll

2.

Financial Compliance Auditing

3.

Financial Report Preparation

4.

Complex Tax Filing, Regulatory Compliance

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5+ Assignment

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5+ Live Projects

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18 Course Module

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1 Year Free Backup Classes

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Learning Outcome

Apply in depth knowledge of animation and the knowledge of Principles of Animation in every Software
Able to work with professional skill in Animation studios and production house.
Evaluate the organization and functions of the Animation industry.
Implements effective techniques of work.
Utilize interpersonal skill of leadership to lead the whole team for efficient output.
To analyze and solve problems, using appropriate technology and accurate knowledge of software

Software that you will learn in this course

Course Content

1) Basic Computer

  1. Fundamentals of computer
  2. Ms-Windows
  3. Ms-Word
  4. MS-Excel
  5. Ms-Powerpoint
  6. Internet

2) Advance Excel

  1. Pivot Tables, Charts & Spark lines
  2. Slicer, Hyperlink
  3. Smart Arts, Macros
  4. Advanced Conditional Formatting Using Functions.
  5. Searching Technique with Goto Special.
  6. Function Nesting to get result.
  7. Lookup to Left with Index & Match.
  8. Financial Calculations
  9. Text filtering from String, First Middle Last Name
  10. Find & Remove Duplicate Entries.
  11. Tax Calculator in Excel
  12. Mathematical Operations: Sum, Product, Power, Sqrt, Mod, Aggregate
  13. Conditional Sums: Sumif, Sumifs Advanced
  14. Mathematical Operations: Sumproduct, Su7nsq, Series sum.
  15. Other Operations: Round, Roundup, Round down.
  16. Rand, Randbetween, Fact, Roman.
  17. Data Lookup Functions: Vlookup, Hlookup
  18. Lookup, Choose, Match, get pivot data. Logical Functions: And, Or, Not, If, Iferror, Ifna, True, False.
  19. Cell/Range: Address, Index, Index, Offset.
  20. Other Hyperlink, Transpose, Formula text Day, Hour, Minute, Month, Networkdays, Now, Second, Today, Weekday, Year.
  21. Networkday.intl, Weeknum, Days360, Edate, EOMonth.
  22. Pmt, Ppmt, Ipmt, Pv, Fv, Rate.
  23. Iserror, Iserr, Isna.Error.Type, Isref, Iseven, Isodd, Isnumber, Isblank. Row, Column, Rows, Columns, Areas.

3) Accounting

  1. Accounting Terms
  2. Accounting Concepts and Principles
  3. Types of Accounts
  4. Golden Rules of Accounting
  5. Journalizing and Posting of Transactions
  6. Recording of Business Transaction
  7. transaction in Books of Original Entry

4) Basic Tally Prime

  1. Getting Started with Tally PRIME
  2. Company Creation / Shut / Open / Alter etc.
  3. Company Features and Configuration
  4. Chart of Accounts
  5. Company Security
  6. Accounting Masters
  7. Ledgers- Create / display / alter
  8. Groups- Create/display/alter
  9. Deleting groups and ledgers
  10. Inventory Management
  11. Terms Used in Inventory Management
  12. Inventory Valuation
  13. Recording Business Transaction
  14. Source Document or voucher
  15. Recording Transaction in Tally Prime
  16. Accounting Voucher
  17. Single Entry & Double Entry System
  18. Creation of New Voucher Type
  19. Automation of Invoice (Voucher Class)
  20. Debit Note and Credit Note
  21. Stock Transfer
  22. Utility & reports Backup & Restore Printing
  23. Reports Exporting data in PDF, JPEG, Excel format

5) Advance Tally Prime

  1. Purchase order and sales order in Tally Prime
  2. Enable purchases order and sales order processing
  3. Enable debit/credit notes
  4. Enabling delivery notes and receipt notes in Tally Prime
  5. Using rejection inward and rejection outwards in Tally Prime
  6. Purchase and Sales invoice
  7. Manufacturing in Tally Prime
  8. Setting BOM- Bills of material for finished goods
  9. Creating manufacturing journal
  10. Non-accounting vouchers
  11. Postdated cheques
  12. Memorandum vouchers
  13. Reversing Journal
  14. Optional vouchers
  15. Multi-Currency
  16. Activating multi-currency
  17. Creating currency, setting buying rate and selling rates
  18. Transaction with updated exchange rates
  19. Cost Center / Cost Category
  20. Activating cost centers
  21. Cost categories in Tally Prime
  22. Creating Cost Categories
  23. Creating Cost Centers
  24. Reports of category wise summary
  25. Banking in Tally Prime
  26. Banking Payments
  27. Setting up Banking Features
  28. Cheque Management
  29. Cheque Printing
  30. Bank Reconciliation
  31. Handing e-Payments in Tally Prime
  32. MIS Reports
  33. Trial Balance/Balance Sheet/P&L Account
  34. Cash Flow Statement
  35. Day Book
  36. Bills Receivable and Bills Payable
  37. Inventory Reports & Stock Transfer
  38. Movement & Ageing Analysis
  39. Data Management and Financial Year End Process
  40. Backup and Restore
  41. Export and Import of Data
  42. Printing Reports
  43. Splitting of Data
  44. Others Advance Topics
  45. Tally Audit
  46. Interest Calculation
  47. Synchronization
  48. Multi lingual & SMS Query
  49. Group Company Payroll, Income Tax
  50. Multi-Currency
  51. Budgets and Scenarios
  52. Retail Transaction (POS)
  53. Tracking of Item -wise Cost Details
  54. Tracking Additional Costs Purchases

6) GST (Goods & Services Tax)

  1. Introduction to GST, Old Taxation System
  2. Why was introduced in India?
  3. Understanding GST Taxation System, Dual GST
  4. Structure of GST
  5. Taxes Subsumed under GST Determined of Tax Registration
  6. Process of Registration under GST, Existing Registration
  7. New Registration as a Regular Dealer
  8. Cancellation and renovation of registration
  9. Supply of Goods and Services
  10. Scope of supply / Place of Supply
  11. Time of Supply / Value of Supply
  12. Mixed Supply and Composite Supply
  13. Registered Business, Availed Input Tax Credit
  14. Invoicing, Tax Invoice, Bill of supply
  15. Credit Note / Debit Note & Supplementary Invoice
  16. Transportation of goods without issue of Invoice
  17. Input Tax Credit mechanism
  18. Entitlement of Input Tax Credit
  19. Input Tax Credit set off, Input Tax Credit Claim
  20. Regular Dealer, Composition Tax Payer
  21. Payment of Tax
  22. Enabling GST & Defining Tax Details
  23. Transferring Input Tax Credit
  24. Intrastate supply of goods
  25. Interstate return of goods
  26. Purchase Return / Sales Return
  27. Supplies Inclusive of Tax
  28. Defining Tax Rates at Master & Transaction Levels
  29. Defining GST rate at Stock Group Level
  30. GST Reports
  31. Recording Advanced Entries
  32. Accounting of GST Transactions
  33. Purchase from Composition Dealer
  34. Purchase from Unregistered Dealers
  35. Exports / Imports / Exempted Goods
  36. SEZ Sales, Advance Receipts & Payments
  37. GST Adjustment & Return Filing
  38. Mixed Supply & Composite Supply under GST
  39. Time line for payment of GST tax, Modes of payment
  40. Challan Reconciliation
  41. Enabling GST & Defining Tax details
  42. Transferring input tax credit to GST
  43. Cancellation of inward & outward supplies
  44. Defining Tax Rates at Master & Transaction Levels
  45. Accounting Multiple services in a single supply
  46. Recording partial payment to suppliers
  47. Recoding outward supply with Additional Expenses
  48. BC supply of services (Business to Consumer)
  49. Exempt supply of services under GST
  50. Reverse charge on services under GST
  51. Advance Receipts from customer under GST
  52. Advance Receipt & issuing invoice on different month
  53. Reversal of GST on account of cancellation of advance Receipt
  54. Migration to Tally Prime
  55. E-way bill
  56. Enabling E-way bill details in Tally Prime
  57. Preparing JSON format of E way Bill for uploading
  58. Entering E-way bill number in Tally Prime
  59. E-way bill Reports

7) e-Invoice

  1. Create e-Invoice Profile in IRP
  2. Create e-Invoice Profile in TallyPrime
  3. Update ISO Currency Code (For Exporters)

8) Edit Log Report

  1. Creation, Alteration, Deletion, Resave, Previous Record, Activities with Status, Optional & Status, Cancelled

9) Digital Signature

  1. Configure Digital Signature
  2. Share Digitally Signed Document
  3. E-Mail Documents with Digital Signature
  4. Save documents to PDF while Printing
  5. PDF documents with Digital Signature
  6. Validate Digital Signature

10) TDS

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

11) Payroll

  1. Payroll Management
  2. Definition of an Employee
  3. Employee Time Tracking
  4. Employee Compensation
  5. Employee Benefits
  6. Creation of employee & employee group
  7. Attendance / Production types
  8. Creating Payroll units
  9. Payroll Deductions
  10. Payroll Taxes
  11. Tax Remittances
  12. Unemployment Taxes
  13. Payments to Employees
  14. Accounting for Payroll
  15. Payroll Reports
  16. Payroll Record keeping
  17. Payroll Procedures
  18. Payroll Controls

12) Income Tax

  1. Introduction
  2. Direct Tax & Indirect Tax
  3. Sources of Income Tax Law in India
  4. Basic principles for charging Income Tax
  5. Assessment Year | Previous Year | Assessee
  6. Heads of Income
  7. Income from Salary.
  8. Income from House Property.
  9. Income from Profits and Gains of Profession or Business.
  10. Income from Capital Gains.
  11. Income from Other Sources.
  12. Gross Total Income (GTI)
  13. Determination of Residential Status
  14. Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) Company
  15. Basic Elements of Salary
  16. Definition of Salary
  17. Computation of Salary
  18. Gratuity | Leave Salary Encashment
  19. Perquisite | Leave Travel Concession
  20. Provident Fund | Standard Deduction
  21. Meaning of Business & Profession
  22. Filing of Income tax returns

13) Spoken English

  1. Part of Speech
  2. The English Tense System
  3. Learn Phrases
  4. Tongue Twisters
  5. Number Homophones
  6. Vocabulary Word
  7. Pronunciation Tips
  8. Speak in front of mirror
  9. Participate in English conversations: Listen, talk and learn
  10. Read English News Papers

14) Personality Development

  1. communication skills
  2. Speech fluency
  3. Building confidence
  4. Powerful presentation skills
  5. Problem-solving skills
  6. Body language
  7. Dressing skills
  8. Presentable skills
  9. Workplace etiquette
  10. Time management
  11. Stress Management
  12. Building a positive attitude

15) Interview Skills

  1. Interview Techniques
  2. Types of Interview
  3. Planning and preparation
  4. Managing and conducting an interview
  5. Common interview questions
  6. Learning soft skills
  7. Evaluation and decision making
  8. FAQ
  9. Mock and behavior interview
  10. Research the company before an interview

Jobs You will Get After Completing Course

Every organization needs an expert to analyze their finances and give them an analysis record for their long term growth, therefore the scope of corporate accounting is increasing by the time and will be in demand for a long time. Having expertise in corporate accounting you may get a higher salary package.

Job profile

After completing this course

Average salary

( 1+ year experience)

Accounts Executive 25k-50k
Financial Controllers 35k-75k
Financial Advisors 50k-100k
Tally software instructor 60k-120k
Banking 70k-120k
Sales & Marketing 70k-120k
Entrepreneurship 70k-120k

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Student Reviews

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Ravina Bisht
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I am a corporate e- accounting student here. There are many topics are clear in this course. In every course video, theory and practical classes are available. Institute is very hygienic. Their teachers are very supportive and solve all the query.

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Faezuddin Islam
Student
Google Review 

I am Faezuddin Islam. I am doing Corporate e-accounting course from IFDA Institute and I have completed the English course. My English teacher explaned me all the types of topic very well and I have learned many new things here. He has cleared many doubts in class.

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Aditya Singh
Student
Google Review 

I'm a student here at IFDA institute kalkaji branch. I'm doing corporate e- accounting. My experience here is quite good. Teachers are friendly and their teaching is also good.


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, art students can do a corporate e- accounting course from IFDA institute.

Yes, we provide online classes who could not able to attend the classes due to long-distance or other reasons. You will get flexible batch timing according to your convenient time, students can also attend the individual sessions.

This course is 18 months long.

Yes, IFDA provides a certificate after completion of the tally e accounting course

Accounting needs a complex set of skills and abilities and more attention to detail. It's not really too difficult you can do this course easily with a little focus on this course.

IFDA institute provides the best tally e-accounting course in Delhi, corporate e-accounting software is used by small and medium businesses, and this course will open up multiple career opportunities with higher salary packages. You will get jobs in the field like- admin executive, accounting executive, financial analyst, account manager, audit executive, etc.

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