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Best E-Accounting Course in Delhi

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Market View

Employment of accountants and auditors is projected to grow 4 percent from 2019 to 2029, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Globalization, a growing economy, and a complex tax and regulatory environment are expected to continue to lead to strong demand for accountants and auditors

Course Overview

GDF, E-Accounting, program is designed according to current job requirement in companies. Every industry like (Manufacturing, Investment Banking, Automobile, IT, FMCG etc.) needs E-Accounts, Finance and E-Taxation resources with updated skills set. To compete in real world of E-Accounts and Finance, employee has to upgraded the skills-set time by time. Thus, our Accountants Trainer's helps you to understand all Accounting and Taxation compliance in live environment with best case studies One of the best E-Taxation, E-Accounting, Income Tax (ITR 1-7) GST, GSTR-9,Custom, Tally Prime and SAP FICO Simple Finance expert level program in live environment to the fresher/beginners to experience in a very short time duration with certification or diploma. Experienced 3-4 Accountant will provide E-Accounting and Taxation Practical Training Course in Delhi, Uttam Nagar, East Azad Nagar, Durgapuri, Kalkaji, Badarpur, Pitampura, Jaipur, Agra, Kanpur, Bhopal, provided by GDF Skills (a unit of Gayatri Devi Solution LLP).

About Best E- Accounting Training in Delhi

Concept and practical approaches base E-Accounts and E-Income Tax (ITR 1 to 7) and E-GST training course are designed by team of 5-6 Chartered Accountant. GDF Skills E-Accounting and E-Taxation Training Course cover all Business Accounting and finance of companies. Accounts and Taxation practical course cover basic, advanced and updated software modules. E-Accounts Training Modules includes E-GST (Goods and Services Tax ) I-GST, Income Tax (ITR 1-7), Finalization of Balance sheet, Accounting Standers, IndAS, Banking and Finance, Custom, Import Export, Payroll processing in excel, Advanced Excel and MIS Reports of accounts, Advanced Tally Prime with GST compliance, SAP Latest FICO Version, CMA Reporting, Cost Analysis, Financial accounting, auditing.
Prerequisite for joining Short Term E-Accounting and E-Taxation Training Course is 10+2, graduates, fresher, any working professional who wants quick start in core accounting and taxation. Those who are pursuing graduation in commerce can also join our diploma course in accounting. GDF Skills E-Accounting and Taxation course learner's will get 100% Job Assurance after successfully completion of E-Accounting and Taxation training as an Accounts Executive, Accounts Manager, Sr. Accountant, bank consultant, taxation consultant etc. Other major benefits include E-Accounting and Taxation real-time training from industry experts Accountant, client's projects or live environment projects and assignments etc. E-Accounting and E-Taxation course are currently available at our Delhi, Uttam Nagar, East Azad Nagar, Durgapuri, Kalkaji, Badarpur, Pitampura, Jaipur, Agra, Kanpur, Bhopal.

Why any one choose E- Accounting course or career option

Substantial Accounting and Taxation training definitely gives a cutting edge skills set to learners. This is most advanced and updated training with latest E-Accounts and Taxation updates. By doing E-Accounting course, learners are more confident to deliver work with 100% accuracy. E-Accounting course helps you to get a job in Core Accounts and Taxation, which gives a compounded career. Fresher's or Junior or Professional, anyone can start scaling career in accounts, taxation, finance department.
    By joining E-Accounts and E-Taxation Course few benefits are listed, however it's not limited.
  • Since every company requires a Accounts and Taxation professional to calculate and process their every day transactions and handle all compliance in a very lawful manner, the scope of accountancy and taxation jobs is quite high for those with required skills and expertise.
  • The payout provided in "Core Accounts and Taxation" is much better than the others (General Accounting/Account Receivable/Payable/billing work).
  • You will also learn different Accounting tools such as GST for Tally Prime, Busy, Taxation, Advanced Excel, Department Website etc. which will be very useful in the future. There are high demands of Business Accountants and Tax Professionals in all companies.

Corp-E-Accounting Training Programmed Modules

E-Accounting Training Course

  1. Introduction to Computer & Basic Concepts
  2. Operating System
  3. Word Processing (Microsoft Word)
  4. Spreadsheets (Microsoft Excel)
  5. Presentations (Microsoft Powerpoint)
  6. Database Management Systems (Microsoft Exces)
  7. Cyber Security
  8. PC Maintenance & Troubleshooting
  9. Networking and Troubleshooting
  10. Latest trends in IECT & e-Governance
  11. Application of Digital Financial Services
  1. Accounitng-Object,Advanteg,Limitaions
  2. Types Of Accounting Information
  3. Industrial Accounting Terms
  4. Industrial Accounting Assumption
  5. Recording of Industrial Transactions
  6. Preparation of Bank Reconciliation Statement
  7. Preparation of Ledger & Trial Balance
  8. Depreciation, Provision & Reserves
  9. Industrial Accounting of bill of exchange
  10. Rectification of Error
  11. Financial Reports
    • Profit & Loss
    • Balance Sheets
    • Cash Flow Statement
  1. Maintaining chart in Tally Prime
    • Getting Started with Tally
    • Company Creation / Shut / Select / Alter etc.
    • Company Features and Configurations
    • Chart of Accounts Ledger or Groups
    • Maintaining Stock Keeping Units
    • Inventory Masters in Tally Prime
    • Crating Inventory Masters
  2. Recording Day-to-Day Transactions in Tally Prime
    • Business Transactions
    • Source Documents for Voucher
    • Recording Transactions in Tally Prime
    • Accounting Vouchers
  3. Accounts Receivables and Payable Management
    • Introduction of Accounting Payables and Receivables
    • Maintaining Bill-wise Details Feature
    • Credit Limit
    • Activation of Maintain Bill-wise Detailed Feature
    • New Reference
    • Against Reference
    • Advance On Account
    • MIS Reports
  4. Advantages of Management Information Systems
    • MIS Reports in Tally Prime
    • Trial Balance
    • Balance Sheet
    • Profit and Loss Account
    • Cash Flow Statement
    • Ratio Analysis
    • Books and Reports etc.

Objective

Provide Basic Understanding of Excel, Make user Familiar to Create Formula and give Platform to Make Good Analysis and Introduce Powerful Tools of Advanced Excel so that user can Make Advanced Analysis with the help of Those Tools

  1. Introduction to Excel
    • o Basic Understanding Menu and Toolbar, Introduction to different category of functions like Basics, Mathematical and Statistical, Date and Time, Logical, Lookup and References, Text and Information.
  2. Mathematical Functions
    • Sum, Sumif, Sumifs, Count, Counta, Countblank, Countif, Countifs, Average, Averagea, Averageif, Averageifs, Subtotal,
    • Aggregate, Rand, Randbetween, Roundup, Rounddown, Round, Sumproduct
  3. Date & Time Function
    • Date, Day, Month, Year, Edate, Eomonth, Networkdays, Workday, Weeknum, Weekday, Hour, Minute, Second, Now, Today, Time
  4. Text Functions & Data Validation
    • Char, Clean, Code, Concatenate, Find, Search, Substitute, Replace, Len, Right, Left, Mid, Lower, Upper, Proper, Text, Trim, Value, Large, Small Filters (Basic, Advanced, Conditional), Sort (Ascending, Descending, Cell/ Font Color), Conditional Formatting, Data Validation, Group & Ungroup, Data split.
  5. Statistical Function & Other Functions
    • Isna, Isblank, Iserr, Iseven, Isodd, Islogical, Isytext, Max, Min, Len, Right, Left, Mid, ,Maxa, Maxifs, Median, Minifs, Mina, Vara, Correl, Geomen
  6. Logical Functions
    • And, Or, If, Iferror, Not, Nested If
  7. Lookup & Reference Functions
    • VLookup, HLookup, Index, Match, Offset, Indirect, Address, Column, Columns, Row, Rows, Choose, Arrays Concept In Lookup Formula’s, Past Special, Past link
  8. Power Pivot- MIS, Data Analysis & Visualization
    • Pivot Table, Power Pivot, What-if Analysis, Data Table –One Variable and Two Variables, Data Analysis Using Statistics, Descriptive Statistics, ANOVA, Moving Average, Testing Hypothesis, Measuring Covariance and Correlation, Distribution, Regression, Graphs & Charts, Analysis Tool Pack, Solver, Histogram, Pareto, Water Fall, Import and Export data, Protect/Unprotect sheets/workbooks, Worksheet formatting and Print Display
  9. Data Collection Method
    • With Data Quality, Collaboration & Security Like Share Your Workbook On Share Drive With Quality
  10. Analysis Single/Multidimensional Analysis
    • Like Three Dimensional (3D) Tables, Sensitive Analysis Like Data Table, Manual What-If Analysis, Threshold Values, Goal Seek, One-Variable Data Table, Two-Variable Data Table
  11. Advanced Dashboard in Excel
    • Overview of Chart types, Chart Formatting, Active X Form Controls, Principle of great dashboard design, Selecting Correct Chart to display data, Interactive Charts with Form Controls, Combo box, Check Box, Scroll Bar and Radio Button, Interactive Dashboard with Form Controls, Form Controls for reports automation, Data Models using Power Pivot
  1. Banking
    • Banking Payments
    • Setting up Banking Features
    • Cheque Management
    • Cheque Printing
    • Bank Reconciliation
    • Handing e-Payments in Tally Prime
  2. Allocation and Tracking of Expenses and Incomes
    • Cost Centre and Cost categories
    • Category Summary
    • Activation of Cost Category and Cost Centre Classes
    • Cost Centre Reports
    • Cost Centre Break-up etc.
  3. Management of Purchase and Sales
    • Purchase and Sales Order Processing
    • Creation of Price List
  4. MIS Reports
    • Advantages of Management Information System
    • Types of MIS Reports in Tally Prime
    • MIS Reports in Tally Prime Trial Balance
    • Balance Sheet
    • Profit and Loss Account
    • Cash Flow Statement
    • Funds Flow Statement
    • Ratio Analysis
    • Books and Accounting Reports
    • Day Book
    • Receipts and Payments
    • Bills Receivable and Bills Payable
    • Inventory Reports
    • Stock Summary & Transfer
    • Movement & Ageing Analysis
  5. Storage and Classification & Manufacturing Process
    • Activating of Bill of Material
    • Stock Journal Register
    • Transfer Analysis
    • Cost Estimation etc.
  6. Management of Purchase and Sales Cycle & Price Levels and Price Lists
    • Purchase and Sales Order Processing
    • Creation of Price List
  7. Securing Financial Information
    • Security Control
    • Activation of Security of Control and Creation of Security Levels in Tally Prime
    • Accessing the Company with Data Operator's User Account
    • Password Polity
    • Tally Vault Password
  8. Data Management and Financial Year End Process
    • Backup and Restore
    • Export and Import of Data
    • Printing Reports
    • Splitting of Data
    • Others Advance Topics
    • Tally Audit
    • Interest Calculation
    • Synchronization
    • Multi lingual & SMS Query
    • Group Company Payroll
    • Multi Currency
    • Budgets and Scenarios
    • Retail Transaction (POS)
    • Tracking of Item -wise Cost Details
    • Tracking Additional Costs Purchases
  1. Tax Deducted at Source
    • Basic Concepts of TDS
    • TDS in Tally Prime
    • Recording Transactions
    • Accounting for TDS on Advance Payments
    • TDS on Expenses at Lower Rate
    • TDS on Expenses at Zero Rate
    • Reversal of Expenses with TDS
    • TDS Reports
    • Challan Reconciliation
    • TDS Outstanding
    • E- Return etc.
  2. Getting Started with GST
    • Introduction What is GST? Registration
    • Supply of Goods and Services Place of Supply
    • Time of Supply Value of Supply Invoicing on Advance Payments
    • Input Credit Mechanism E-way Bill Returns Payment of Tax Consequences of Non-Compliance
    • Accounts and Other Records Tax Rate Structure
    • Refund of Tax
    • Transition to GST
    • Input Service Distributor (ISD)
    • Work Non Resident Tax Payers
    • E-Commerce GSTN and GSP
    • Audit
    • Demands and Recovery
    • Appeals and Revision
  1. Payroll Management
  2. Employee Compensation
  3. Payroll Deductions
  4. Payroll Taxes
  5. Payments to Employees
  6. Payroll Reports
  7. Payroll Procedures
  1. Accounting in Busy
    • Busy Introduction
    • Company Creation and Configurations
    • Master Creations & Alteration
    • Day to Day Transactions
  2. Inventory Management
    • Inventory Creation/ Alteration
    • Inventory Features
    • Invoicing of Daily Trades
    • Inventory Status & Reporting
  3. Data Management
    • User Data
    • Data Alteration
    • Backup & Restore
    • Data Export and Import
  4. MIS & Banking Features
    • Busy Banking Features
    • MIS Reporting
    • Bank Reconciliation
  5. Goods & Services Tax (GST)
    • GST Introduction
    • GST Features
    • GST Configuration
    • GST Invoicing
  6. Reporting
    • Books of Accounts
    • Outstanding Reports
    • Trial Balance
    • Financial Statement
  1. Marg Into
  2. Transaction
    • Sale
    • Purchase
    • Sale Return
    • Purchase Return
  3. Post Dated Cheque Management
    • PDC Cheque/Cash
    • PDC Cheque Payment
    • Bank Pay-in-Slip/Clearance
    • Cheque Book Management
  4. Reports
    • Sale Analysis
    • Purchase Analysis
    • Inventory Reports
  5. Inventory Master
    • Item Master
    • Store Master
    • Company Master
    • Salt Master
    • HSN/SAC Master
    • Block Store Master
  6. Rate & Discount Master
    • Price List
    • Focus Items
    • PUSE SALE Items
    • Stock Clearance Items
    • New Launch Item
    • Suggested Items
    • Credit Limit Management
    • Rate Wise Company Wise GST
    • Company General Discount
    • Party Categorization & Discount
    • All Party General Discount
  7. Goods & Service Tax (GST)
    • GST Overview, GST Structure & Design
    • Registration Process & GST No., HSN/SAC, Rates of GST
    • Composition Scheme
    • Tax Liability Provisions, GST
    • Returns Process, GST Payment Process
    • GST Refund Process, Supply Process of ITC,
    • GST Compliances
    • GST Reverse Charge Mechanism
    • TDS & TCS
  1. Create a company file
  2. Navigate QuickBooks
  3. Create a chart of accounts
  4. Add the accounts you need to your chart of accounts
  5. Set up customers, vendors, and the products you sell in QuickBooks
  6. Create and send invoices and sales receipts
  7. Enter and pay bills
  8. Make journal entries
  9. Track expenses and income
  10. Manage your Account Receivable and Accounts Payable
  11. Connect to your bank through QuickBooks
  12. Create budgets and run reports
  1. Auditing Concepts
  2. Auditing engagement
  3. Documentation
  4. Audit evidence
  5. Internal Control
  6. Internal Control and Computerized Environment
  7. Audit of payments
  8. Audit of receipts
  9. Audit of Sales
  10. Audit of suppliers’ ledger and the debtors’ ledger
  11. Audit of the impersonal ledger
  12. Audit of assets and liabilities
  13. Audit Report
  14. Special points in the audit of different types of undertakings
  1. Basic of GST Overview of Model GST Law
    • Why GST is an Indirect Tax?
    • FCM vs RCM
    • Political and Constitutional Journey Saga of GST.
    • GST Components
    • GST HSN and SAC issues and Challenges
    • VAT Concept interplay with GST
    • Assessing GST Impact on Business through Detailed Business Process Modal
  2. E-GST Registration with GST Rules & Formats
    • Registration in GST.A legal Analysis
    • Registration on The basis of Threshold Limit (Sec-22)
    • Compulsory Registration (Sec 24)
    • Compulsory Registration for GST-TDS
    • ISD in GST and its Compliances from Registration to Return and Distribution of credit
      • Legal Insight on Sec 25 Procedure of Registration
      • GST Registration through GSTN Portal
      • Filing Application for Clarification through Portal on issue raised from Department on Registration
      • Amendment in Registration through GSTN Portal
      • Cancellation of Registration
      • Application for Revocation of Registration
  3. Levy and Collection with TOS (Section 7 ,8 and 9 with GST SCH-I,II and III)
    • Analysis of Taxable Event - SUPPLY (Section 7 with Schedules
    • Concept of Composite and Mixed Supply Section 8
    • FCM levy- Section 9(1)
    • RCM Levy- Section 9(3) and Section 9(4)
      • Time and Value of Supply Section (12-15) Chapter IV
      • Valuation Rules
      • Application of Dr. Note and Cr. Note in GST
  4. Input Tax Credit - Section 16-21 with GST Rules
    • Eligibility & Conditions for taking ITC (Section-16)
    • Section 17 an applied knowledge on Block Credit vs Reversal of Credit
    • Availability of Credit in Special Cases (Section-18)
      • ITC for Job Work (Section-19)
    • ITC Distribution by ISD (section-20)
      • A Correct GSTR-3B needs application of Section 16 and Sec 17 An Important Discussion on General mistake in filing GSTR-3B due lack of legal knowledge.
      • How ITC (Sec 16 and Sec 17) is related to GSTR 2A & GSTR 2B
  5. Electronic Commerce in GST - Section 52
    • A complete Legal analysis on Online Business operation Through Inegrated Flowchart to answer the following-
    • Who is E-commerce operator
    • When liable for TCS
      • Who is Aggregator and their Compliance obligation
      • What is ODIAR and legalities
      • Special returns for E-commerce Operator
      • Legal and Practical Clarity through live example
  6. Job Work & Composition Levy in GST
    • Job work vs Works Contract.A legal Integration to be applied in Practice in true spirit of law
    • Composition Levy Section 10
      • Quarterly Return for Compounding Taxable Person GSTR-4
      • FAQ
  7. Returns Under GST Section (37-48) with GST Rules & Formats
    • An Ideal Demonstrated Approach of Govt. which couldn’t be implemented.An enlightening Discussion
    • Interdependence and integration of various return inter-se
    • Change in Return Format and Compliance with Time
      • QRMP Scheme- (Quarterly Return and Monthly Payment Scheme)
      • Invoice Furnishing Facility on GST Portal
      • GSTR-1,GSTR-3B, GSTR-2A, GSTR-2B
      • GSTR-6, GSTR-7 (Special Return)
      • FAQ
  8. Government to Roll out E-way Bill
    • Why E-Way Bill?
    • Purpose Served with E-way bill
    • Centre and States E-way bill
    • Who is responsible for E-way Bill
    • Consequences of Not Raising E-way bill
      • Introduction to E-way bill Portal
      • Registration on E-way Portal
      • Generation of E-Way Bill on Portal(Export and Domestic)
      • Amendment and Cancellation of E-way bill
      • Dashboard on E-way bill Portal
  9. IGST LAW (Total Chapter IX, Total Section 1-25)
    • Place of Supply (Goods and Services)
    • Zero Rated Supply (Section 16)
      • Integration of Export Benefit
  10. Refunds - Section 54-58 with GST Rules
    • Concept of Unjust enrichment where refund is not allowed
    • Situation when refund is allowed in Bank Account
    • Circular No. 125 and 135 on Refund
    • Deficiency Memo an Injustice in GST Law
    • Refund Application through PORTAL
      • Understanding Time limit for Refund
      • Managing Annexure A and Annexure B a compulsory Document for Refund Application
      • Uploading documents for Refund Application
      • Concept of FIRC and BRC and it procurement needed to claim Refund in case of Export of Services
  11. GST Annual Return
    • What is Annual Return its Objective and Compliance
    • Difference Between GSTR-9, GSTR-9A, GSTR-9B and GSTR-9C
    • Who is required to file GSTR-9
    • Challenges in filing GSTR-9
    • How to meet those Challenges
    • Understanding of 6 Parts and 19 Tables of GSTR-9
    • Consequences of not filing GSTR-9
    • Preparation of GSTR-9 filing
    • Processing of GSTR-9 at Department and Post filing Scenario.
  1. Basic Concepts
    • Person V/S Assessee
    • Advance Tax
    • Interest under section 234A/B/C
    • Gross Total Income and Its Components
  2. Salary
    • Basic Salary
    • Allowances (Exempted and Non Exempted)
    • Perquisites –(Valuation)
  3. House Property
    • GAV
    • M.Taxes
    • NAV
    • Deduction u/s 24 (Statutory and Interest)
  4. Profit and Gains From Business Profession
    • Expenses Allowed and Expenses Disallowed
    • Depreciation and Additional depreciation
    • TDS Compliances and computation of business income
    • Expenses allowed on actual basis
    • Cash Payment in excess of Rs.10,000.
    • Payment to related person
    • Deemed income
    • Presumptive income
    • Set off and carry forward of Business Loss
    • Carry Forward of unabsorbed depreciation
    • Maintenance of Books of accounts
    • Audit of Books of accounts
    • Introduction to ICDS
  5. Capital Gain
    • Charging Section
    • Intro To Capital Assets, Holding Period and Transfer
    • Full Value Consideration
    • Cost of Acquisition
    • Sec 50C Stamp Value to be adopted as FVC
    • Capital Gain on Transfer of Shares and Debentures
    • Rates of Taxes on Capital Gain
    • Exemption under section 54
    • Set off and Carry Forward of capital loss
  6. Other Sources
    • Income liable under other Sources
    • Deduction Available
  7. Deductions Under Chapter Via
    • Deduction on The Basis Of Payment
      • LIC,F.D, PPF, ELS,Tution Fee, House Loan ,NPS, etc (Sec 80C/80CCC/80CCD/80CCE)
      • Medical Insurance (Sec 80 D)
      • Deduction for handicapped dependent (80DD)
      • Deduction for Education Loan Interest (80 E)
      • Deduction for House Loan Interest (80 EE)
      • Deduction for Donation (80G)
      • Deduction for handicapped assessee (Sec 80U)
    • Deduction on the basis of Income (Home Assignment)
    • Other Deductions
  8. Income Tax Return Preparation
    • ways to prepare Return and filing of Return
      • Filing of return through ITR Utility
      • Filing of Return through Software (Taxman) utility
      • Filing of Return through Tax Cloud Computing System
    • General Information Required in all type of ITR
      • Assessee Type Selection
      • Residential Status
      • Section under which return is to be filed
    • ITR-1
      • Low Value Assesse but doesn’t have Business Income
      • Documents Required for ITR-1 (Form 16/26AS/Bank Statement/Investment Detail)
      • Discussion on Different fields of ITR-1 and Assignment.
  9. Income Tax Return Preparation ITR-2
    • High value asessessee but no business income
    • 26 AS Reconciliation
    • Capital Gain Computation and supporting Documents
    • Demat Account Detail (If Applicable)
    • Bank Statement Detail
    • Income from Other Sources other than Interest
    • Address of properties bearing income
    • Schedule of Set off and carry forward of losses
    • EMI schedule from bank of Housing Loan
  10. Income Tax Return Preparation ITR-3
    • Assesee having business income
    • 26 AS Reconciliation
    • Capital Gain Computation and supporting Documents
    • Demat Account Detail (If Applicable)
    • Bank Statement Detail
    • Income from Other Sources other than Interest
    • Address of properties bearing income
    • Schedule of Set off and carry forward of losses
    • EMI schedule from bank of Housing Loan
    • Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet with Schedule
    • Audit Report
  11. Income Tax Return Preparation
    • ITR-4 (Applicable for Assessee who opted for Presumptive income)
    • ITR-5 (Applicable for Assessee other than Individual, HUF, Company and person filing return in ITR 7)
    • ITR-7 (Applicable for Specified Assessee availing Exemption under section 11/12)
  12. Income Tax Return Preparation ITR-6 (Applicable for Companies)
    • Introduction to Company
    • MAT an Introduction
    • Special Provision Applicable for Companies
    • Depreciation Schedule
    • 26 AS Reconciliation
    • Audited Profit and Loss account and Balance Sheet
    • Audit Report
    • Applicability of ICDS and its impact
    • Dividend Distribution Tax
  13. Tax Deducted At Sources
    • Introduction to TDS
    • Related and other linked provision
    • Lower TDS
    • TDS on Salary (Sec 192)
    • TDS on Interest (Sec 194A)
    • TDS on Commission (Sec 194H)
    • TDS on Professional Services (Sec 194J)
    • TDS on Rent (Sec 194I)
    • TDS on Contract (194C)
    • Section 195 to be read with Section 9 for Non Resident
    • Other provisions of TDS
  14. Tax Deducted At Sources
    • TDS Payment
    • TDS Return on Taxman Software
    • TDS return Practice on Cloud computing System
    • TDS return through Return Prepare Utility (PPT)
    • Consequences for Non Deposit of TDS
    • Consequences for Non Filing of TDS Return
    • TDS demand and resolution
  15. Tax Deducted At Sources
    • TRACE online Introduction
    • Downloading the Conso. File from TRACES
    • Filing Correction Statement (Challan Mismatch and PAN Mismatch)
    • Downloading Form 16/16A
    • Registering DSC on TRACE
    • Revised Return
    • Application For TAN
  1. How to Deal with Import and Export
  2. Import and Export Procedure
  3. Import Documents
  4. Import Procedure
  5. How to Release the Dollar from Banks to Pay Outside India A-1/A-2
  6. Export Procedure
  7. Export Document
  8. Bill of Entries
  9. Bill of Lading
  1. Into of insurance
  2. Types of insurance
  3. Insurance accounting
  1. Introduction to Share Investment
  2. What are shares
  3. What is a share exchange
  4. What are share indices and what are the main international share indices
  5. What is market capitalization
  6. Dividends
  7. Why should I invest in shares
  8. What shares should I buy
  9. What factors will influence my returns
  1. Introduction to banking
  2. Basic banking terminology
  3. Bank's clearing system
  4. Bank accounts & their oprations
  5. E-banking
  6. Plastic money
  7. Bank finance
  8. Project financing
  9. Loan project
  10. Retail financing
  11. Money laundering
  12. Commercial bank
  13. Capital adequency and npas in banks
  14. Securities for bank advance
  15. Modes of creating charge
  1. Why Forex
  2. How can I start Forex trading
  3. Which trading tool is best for you
  4. Which strategy is right for you
  5. How to set stop loss in forex trading
  6. When to take profit
  7. Trading journal
  8. Cashing in on Price Movements
  9. Tactical usage of Leverage
  10. Money Management
  1. Introduction to Working Capital Management
  2. Treasury and Cash Management
  3. Management of Inventory
  4. Management of Receivables
  5. Management of Payables (Creditors)
  6. Financing of Working Capital
  1. Source of Financial Data for Analyses
  2. Short Term Solvency Ratio
  3. Long Term Solvency Ratio
  4. Performance Ratio & Turnover Ratio
  5. Profitability Ratio
  6. Business & Financial Risk
  7. Operating Leverages
  8. Financial Leverage
  9. Combined Leverage
  1. Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting
  2. Material Cost
  3. Employee Cost
  4. Overheads: Absorption Costing Method
  5. Activity Based Costing
  6. Cost Sheet
  7. Cost Accounting System
  8. Budget and Budgetary Control
  1. SAP ERP overview & Navigation
  2. Procure to pay process
  3. Order to cash process
  4. General Ledger accounting
  5. Accounts payable business process
  6. Accounts payable closing process
  7. Bank related accounting business process
  8. Financial statement creation business process
  1. Particulars of Current & Proposed limits
  2. Operating Statement
  3. Analysis of Balance Sheet
  4. Comparative Statement of Current Asses & Current Liabilities
  5. Calculation of Maximum Permissible Bank Finance
  6. Fund Flow Statement
  7. Bank related accounting business process
  8. Ratio Analysis

How E-Accounting and E-Taxation help to get a good job?

With time world is moving more into online technologies and paperless official work. Not only corporate world but every small organization and firm are maintaining their books of accounts in software form. Thus, it is quite obvious that they would require professionals and experts who have skilled knowledge in the field of E-Accounting and E-Taxations, Banking, investment, forex, CMA Report, Financial Risk Manager. Accountants or Chartered Accountants who have knowledge of software that help in E-Accounting and who can compute tax from the medium of E-taxation are in more demand by corporates of twenty first century. Evidently, if you are expert in E-accounting and E-taxation, then job is on your door.

Is E-Accounts and E-Taxation course is practical?

Adoption of E-Accounting and E-Taxation by corporates, organizations and firms is made possible through internet, online and offline software and various other new emerging technologies. Now Accountants, Senior Accounts, Accounting Manager or Chartered Accountants who are experts in the field of Accounting and Taxation, need not to be necessarily experts in those internet sources, software like tally and other sources. They need to be first get trained in all these sources which help in E-Accounting, E-Taxation and E-GST + SAP FICO. The GDF Skills provide such courses which can train these professionals of Accounts and Tax and make them learn how to use those internet sources and software in preparing E-Accounts and computing E-Tax. Therefore, these courses are very much practical. In term of ratio GDF Skills cover 20% Theory & 80% Practical.

How can I learn E-Filing and E-Accounting computation?

In the era of E-world, even government official work is being done over computers and online medium. Thus, E-filing is a term which is being boomed very much in the world of Accountants. Every return of Income Tax or any other form is nowadays needed to be submitted through E-filing. Experts of GDF Skills will make you learn E-Filing through various examples and samples. Now E-Accounting computation also involves computation and preparation of accounts in soft copies. Chartered Accountant experts of GDF Skills will easily guide you and make you understand how to prepare E-Accounts. There are certain workshops and courses available for the same.

Is Income Tax ITR 1 to 7 and TDS necessary to learn?

Assesses who need to pay tax to the government of India need to fill required forms. There are various forms which are to be filled accordingly by the different assesses which from ITR form 1, ITR form 2, ITR form 3, ITR form 4, ITR form 5, ITR form 6 and ITR form 7. In these forms assesse fill details of his Income and Income Tax payable by him. Now which form is to be filled by whom and how much tax is payable by any assesse, these all need to be learned by the accountant thoroughly, in order to fill the subsequent forms. In similar TDS is tax deducted at source, or deduction of tax where income is generated at the first place. It need to be learned where TDS is necessary to be deducted and at what percentage.

Whom I Contact to join or Where is the Location?

GDF Skills is located near Uttam Nagar East metro station Kindly contact to our counselor for advanced training & placement support. Area near to us are laxmi nagar, mandawali, shakarpur, patparganj, mayur vihar, ashok nagar, kaushambi, pandav nagar, geeta colony, shahadra, dilshad garden, bhajanpura, loni, paharganj, connaught place, kamla nagar, karol bagh, lajpat nagar, greater kaishal, neheru place, okhla phase, jamia, sarita vihar, dwarka, uttam nagar, vasundhara, indirapuram, ghaziabad. Those living near jahangirpuri, azadpur, shalimar bagh, wazirpur, pitam pura, rohini, rithala, nangloi, paschim vihar, punjabi bagh, kirti nagar, tilak nagar, rajouri garden, janakpuri visit to our Uttam Nagar training center / East Azad Nagar Kindly Note: GDF Skills Trainer helps you to provide best training in Uttam Nagar or East Azad Nagar, traveling of about 15-20 minutes helps to choose best institute.

What is the career opportunity of E-Accounting Course?

Every company, whether a manufacturing company, IT company, finance company or any other company, these all need to prepare their books of Accounts and Financial instruments. This is also a fact that in the era of twenty first century, entire corporate world, every organization or firm are maintaining their books of Accounts and Financial Instrument in soft copies, through various software and internet sources. Now these organization would require experts in E-Accounting. Therefore, the Accountants, Senior Accountant, Accounting Manager or Chartered Accountants who are done with E-Accounting, E-Taxation and E-GST Course with SAP FICO (Free) will be more in demand and career opportunities for them will naturally grow in the corporate world.

Why GDF is best for Business Analyst

  1. Govt. registered institute E-verified Corp-E-Accounting Diploma
  2. Industry acceptable Corp-E-Accounting certification for all learner's training which help fresher/Experienced to up-skill at corporate.

  3. Experienced Faculty
  4. Industry Expert Sr. Accountant & Charted Accountant With 10+ Years provide workshop session @ GDF Skills

  5. Placement Assistance
  6. GDF Skills provide 100% placement assistance after completion of E-Accounting training our dedicated placement team arrange interview till placement.

  7. Lab Facility
  8. Data Analytics Practical Training help to gain exposure like corporate level with technical test series

  9. Data Analytics Workshop Sessions
  10. Real time projects & best case study makes GDF Skills workshop very unique and lively for learners.

  11. Admin Support
  12. For Learner's, Our admin team fresh batch schedule/re-scheduling classes/arrange doubt classes.

Jobs & Career Scope

Profession in accounting is one of the top career choices marked by the students of India.

Numerous options open for the candidates seeking career in accounting. The job of accountants exist in public as well as in private sector. If you are choosing your career to be an accountant then, the career options in this field are available in numbers. You can go for various jobs under this course. One can do job in outside of India also.

Every organization needs an accountant that manage and maintains the financial records of the companies. It enables the organization to judge their success/failure and plan for the future. There are different positions available in this field. Lucrative jobs available for chartered accountants in India as well as in foreign countries.

One can choose teaching profession in this field. Job opportunities are available in accountancy firms, insurance companies and banks. You are also employed in private organizations or companies.

Job profiles in accounting field is as follows

  • Finance Managers
  • Financial Controllers
  • Financial Advisors
  • Directors (Finance)
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chartered Management Accountant
  • Company Secretary

Working Area

  • Public Accounting
  • Audit
  • Tax
  • Budget Analysis
  • Financial
  • Management Accounting
  • Real Estate Finance

Recruiters

  • Wipro limited
  • Bharat Electronics Ltd
  • Vedanta Ltd
  • Ujjivan Financial Services Ltd
  • ITC Limited
  • Tata Motors
  • HPCL & many more.......

Salary

How much does an accountant make? The salary in accounting field is based upon the position you are holding in the accounting department. The accountants and auditors earns an average salary of Rs. 250000 per year.

The average pay of an accounting manager is Rs 606,014 per year. Pay increases steadily for the employees having experience. Those working in government sector earns remuneration of 3.5 lacs per year with other allowances.