Diploma in Computerized Financial Accounting (DCFA) consists of 4 units. The duration of the course is 3 to 6 months, which encompasses around 250 hours of learning. The course will equip the students with knowledge of computerized accounting. The course also assures a clear and distinct career development, thereby providing advancement in the workplace.
Diploma in Computerized Financial Accounting (DCFA) is aimed at learners who are new to accounting concepts as well as those who already have a practical understanding of manual accounting, and wish to further their knowledge of computerized accounting
1. Theory of Accounting
Accounting Concept, Accounting principles, Accounting Standards,Double entery system, Traditional approach,preparation of financial statement, Journal, Posting entries in ledgers, Subsidiary books and primary books, Importance of cash book, Trial balance, Preparation of Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Bank Reconciliation Statement, Objective and functions of Financial Management, Financial analysis technique, Types of ratios, Fund flow statement, cash flow statement.
2. Manual Accounting
Identify the aspects & apply the rules, Journal Entries, Ledger, Trial Balance, Final Accounts of Trading Concern, Day Book, Purchase & Sales Register, Bank Reconciliation, Final accounts of Non-Trading Concern, Final accounting of Manufacturing Concern, Ratio Analysis, G S T
Accounts only, Accounts with inventory, Bill setting, Debit and Credit Notes, Bank Reconciliation, Cost Center, Predefined cost center, Cost category, Godown, Stock Category, Actual and Billed ,Zero valued entries, Income and expense account, G S T,G S T Class Setting, Multi currency, Interest ,Payroll, Budgets, Reversing journal & scenario, Batch wise ,Order ,Job Costing, Manufacturing, Rejection in & out, Tax – TDS, TCS, Security & Back Up, Short Key & F12 Configuration
4. Quick Book
Basics in Quick Book Software: Accounting, Invoicing, Sales, Taxes, Expenses, and more.