Vision for Introducing this Course

Finance and e_finance are the pillars of every economic system. Our aim is to create true professionals with indepth knowledge of every exposures in finance in any economic environment. We focus on producing flawless Chartered Accountants in every term (May and November). CA foundation is an entry-level examination for every future Chartered Accountant. For the first time, the student is introduced to subjects like business law and business corresponding and reporting. Business Mathematics, statistics, and logical reasoning are also new subjects for the students who didn't opted Mathematics in +2 level. We have been an undoubted leader when it comes to converting young students into prudent professionals by providing educational facilities at the highest order. Classes are Conducted for English, & Hindi medium Students.

Subjects Offered: Principles and Practice of Accounting, Business Law and Business Correspondance and Reporting, Business Mathematics and logical Resoning & statistics, Business Economics and Business and Commercial Knowledge.

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  • Subjects Teachers
    Principles and Practice of Accounting CA Gayatri Sethy
    Business Law and Business Correspondance and Reporting CMA Ajay Deep Wadhwa
    Business Economics and Business and Commercial Knowledge CMA Gour Bandhu Gupta
    English Anjana Gupta (M.A., English) (B.ED)
    Business Mathematics and logical Resoning & statistics CMA Gour Bandhu Gupta
    Co-ordinator CA Gayatri Sethi

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      Paper 1: Principles and Practices of Accounting Syllabus

      1.Theoretical Framework
      1.Meaning and Scope of Accounting.
      2.Accounting Concepts, Principles, and Conventions.
      3.Accounting Terminology
      4.Capital and Revenue Expenditure, Capital and Revenue Receipts, contingent assets, and contingent liabilities.
      5.Accounting Policies
      6.Accounting as a Measurement Discipline
      7.Accounting Standards
      8.Indian Accounting Standards(IND AS)
      2.Accounting Process
      1.Books of Accounts
      2.Preparation of Trial Balance
      3.Rectification of Errors
      3.Bank Reconciliation Statements
      5.Concept and accounting of Depreciation
      6.Accounting for Special Transactions
      1.Bill of Exchange and Promissory Notes
      2.Sale of Goods on approval or return basis
      4.Average due date
      5.Account Current.
      7.Final Accounts of Sole Proprietors
      8.Partnership AccountS
      1.Final Accounts of Partnership Firms
      2.Admission, Retirement, and Death of a Partner including Treatment of Goodwill
      3.Introduction to LLPs and Distinction of LLPs from Partnership.
      9.Financial Statements of Non-Profit Organisations
      10.Introduction to Company Accounts
      1.Definition of shares and debentures
      2.The issue of shares and debentures, forfeiture of re-issue of forfeited shares
      3.Statement of Profit and Loss and Balance Sheet as per Schedule III to the Companies Act, 2013.
      4.Basic Accounting Ratios (Profitability, Solvency, Liquidity, and Turnover)

      Paper 2: Business Laws and Business Correspondence and Reporting Syllabus

      Section A: Business Laws Syllabus
      1.The Indian Contract Act of 1872
      2.The Sale of Goods Act of 1930
      3.The Indian Partnership Act of 1932
      4.The Limited Liability Partnership Act of 2008
      5.The Companies Act, 2013

      Section B- Business Correspondence and Reporting Syllabus

      1.PART-I Communication
      7.Types of Communications
      1.Interpersonal Skills
      2.Listening Skills
      3.Emotional Intelligence
      8.Sample question with answers

      2.PART-II Sentence Type and Word Power

      1. Sentence Types (Direct-Indirect, Active-Passive Speech)
      1.Sentence: Definition
      2.Classification of sentences based on connotation
      3.Sentence Structure
      4.Types of sentences
      5.Direct-Indirect Speech
      2.Procedure for converting Direct speech into Indirect speech
      3.Rules for converting Indirect speech into Direct speech
      6.Active Passive Voice: Introduction
      7.Verbs Voice: Active or passive
      8.Exercises with Answers
      2.Vocabulary Root Words, Synonyms, Antonyms, Prefixes, Suffixes), Phrasal verbs, Collocations & Idioms
      2.Significance of improving vocabulary
      3.How to improve vocabulary
      4.Root words
      5.Synonyms and Antonyms
      6.Words formed by using Prefixes
      7.Words formed by using Suffixes
      8.Phrasal verbs
      11.Exercises with Answers

      3.Part III: Comprehension Passages and Note-Making

      1.Comprehension Passages
      2.Note Making
      1.Introduction to Note Making
      2.Significance of Note Making
      3.Detailed Format Heading(Title)
      4.Steps to Comprehend and summarize the text
      5.Helpful Hints
      6.Sample Passages with Notes
      7.Exercises with Answers

      4.Part IV: Developing Writing Skills

      1.Introduction to Basic Writing
      2.Process of writing
      3.Styles of Writing
      4.Significance of writing skills for students
      5.Writing Conventions
      6.Characteristics of good writing
      7.Do’s and Don’ts of good writing
      2.Precis Writing
      1.What is Precis writing?
      2.Features of good Precis writing
      3.How to write a Precis
      4.Do’s and Don’ts of Precis writing
      5.Examples(Passages with Precis)
      6.Exercises with Answers
      3.Article Writing
      1.What is an Article?
      2.Essential elements of Article Writing
      3.Detailed Format
      4.Report Writing
      1.What is a Report?
      2.Essential elements of Report Writing
      3.Kinds of Reports
      4.Tips and Conventions of Report Writing
      5.Sample Reports
      6.Exercises with Answers Clues
      5.Writing Formal Letters
      1.Types of Letters
      2.Detailed format for (I) above
      3.Points to Remember
      4.Sample Letters
      5.Exercises with Answers Clues
      6.Writing Formal Mails
      1.How to Write a Formal Mail?
      2.Writing Effective Mails
      3.Essential elements of Mails
      4.Tips and Conventions of Mails
      5.Sample Mails
      6.Exercises with Answers Clues
      7.Resume Writing
      1.Essential Elements of Resume
      2.Resume Writing Tips and Conventions
      3.Sample Resumes
      4.Exercises with Answers Clues
      3.Drafting minutes
      4.Action Taken Report

      Paper 3: Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning and Statistics Syllabus

      Part A: Business Mathematics Syllabus
      1.Ratio and Proportion, Indices and
      3.Linear Inequalities with Objective Functions and Optimization w.r.t. objective function.
      4.Time value of Money
      5.Permutations and Combinations
      6.Sequence and Series
      7.Sets, Relations, and Functions
      8.Basic applications of Differential and Integral Calculus
      Part B: Logical Reasoning Syllabus
      1.Number Series, Coding and Decoding and the odd man out
      2.Direction Tests
      3.Seating Arrangements
      4.Blood Relations
      Part C: Statistics Syllabus
      1.The statistical description of Data
      2.Measures of Central tendency and Dispersion
      4.Theoretical Distributions
      5.Correlation and Regression
      6.Index Numbers

      Paper 4: Business Economics and Business and Commercial Knowledge Syllabus

      Part I: Business Economics Syllabus
      1.Introduction to Business Economics
      2.Theory of Demand and Supply
      3.Theory of Production and Cost
      4.Price Determination in Different Markets
      5.Business Cycles
      Part II: Business and Commercial Knowledge Syllabus
      1.Business and Commercial Knowledge – An Introduction
      2.Business Environment
      4.Government Policies for Business Growth
      5.Organizations Facilitating Business
      6.Common Business Terminologies