Tally

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Tally course Subjects and Scheme

     Levels    Subjects  Duration    Theory         (3 credits)  Practical/ Case study 1   (credit)     Total hours
Certificate course Fundamentals of accountancy 4 credits of 15 hrs each 45 hrs 15 hrs 60 hrs
Tally- Accounting package 4 credits of 15 hrs each 45 hrs 15 hrs 60 hrs
Business communication- basics 4 credits of  15 hrs each 45 hrs 15 hrs 60 hrs
On the job training and project report 8 credits of 15 hrs each     120 hrs
  Total       300 hrs
Diploma course Financial statements & Adjusting entries 4 credits of 15 hrs each 45 hrs 15 hrs 60 hrs
Tally advanced I- Inventory section 4 credits of 15 hrs each 45 hrs 15 hrs 60 hrs
Business correspondence 4 credits of 15 hrs each 45 hrs 15 hrs 60 hrs
On the job training and project report 8 credits of 15 hrs each     120 hrs
  Total       300 hrs
Advanced Diploma course Financial analysis and taxes 4 credits of 15 hrs each 45 hrs 15 hrs 60 hrs
Tally advanced II- Service tax& payroll 4 credits of 15 hrs each 45 hrs 15 hrs 60 hrs
Report writing and presentation 4 credits of 15 hrs each 45 hrs 15 hrs 60 hrs
On the job training and project reports 8 credits of 15 hrs each     120 hrs
  Total       300 hrs

 

 

CERTIFICATE COURSE

  1. Fundamentals of Accountancy

UNIT – I

Introduction, Book keeping, Definition, Objectives of book keeping, Branches of accounting, Kinds of transactions, Explanation of certain terms used in book keeping.

UNIT – II

Double entry principle, Double entry system, Advantages of double entry system. Classification of accounts, Personal account, Real account, Nominal account.

UNIT – III

Rules of recording business transaction under double entry – Personal account – Real account – Nominal account ; Alternative rules of debit and credit, Books of account used in book keeping.

UNIT- IV

Introduction, Definition, Form of the journal journalising, Steps required for journalising, Discount -Trade discount, Cash discount.

Introduction, Meaning, Need for ledger, Difference between journal and ledger, Classification of ledger, Posting, Balancing of ledger, Significance of balancing of different kinds of accounts.

How  to prepare a Trial Balance, Assets and Liabilities, Expenses or Losses and In comes or Gains; Trading Accounts items; Reserves and Surplus.

 

  1. Tally – Accounting Package

UNIT- I  Introduction to Tally

     Tally Fundamentals, Features of Tally, The Tally start-up screen, Tally Screen Components, The Tally                                                         Clock, Quitting Tally, Maintaining Company Data.

       UNIT-II Tally Accounting

       The Chart of Accounts

       Understanding Classification of Groups and Ledgers, Pre-defined groups of accounts, Displaying groups in the chart of accounts, Adding groups to the chart of accounts, Altering groups, Deleting groups.

       UNIT-III

       Adding Single Ledgers, Adding Multiple Ledgers, Altering and displaying ledgers, Deleting ledgers, To check the ledgers are set up correctly.

        UNIT-IV

       Accounting Vouchers, Unit Objectives, Contra Voucher (F4), Payment Voucher(F5), Receipt Voucher (F6), Journal Voucher (F7), Sales Voucher (F8), Credit Note Voucher (Ctrl+ F8), Purchase Voucher (F9), Debit Note Voucher (Ctrl+F9), Reversing Journal Voucher (F10), Memo Voucher(Ctrl+F10), Optional Voucher, Post- dated voucher, Tally Walkthrough to create a New Voucher Type, Explanations and instructions for creating the Bank Payment Voucher, Display and alter options for Voucher Types, Recording Accounting Transactions in the Ledger, Tally walkthrough to record transactions for ABC & Company.

       UNIT- V

  Introduction to F11: Features

   Introduction to F12: Configuration

  1. Business Communication-Basics (4 credits)

Objectives: To develop oral communication skills in dealing with business operations.

UNIT-I

Communication: Defenition and importance, Objectives of communication, Process of communication; Methods of communication (Oral, written, Non- verbal, visual, Audio-visual, signals and symbols, silence; Types of communication (personal, business, internal, external, upward, downward, formal, informal, lateral, interactive, mass, grapevine); Barriers of communication, global aspects, typical aspects, legal aspects.

UNIT-II

Making communication effective: Factors affecting communication(conceptual/iv language, moods and receptivity, timeliness, essentials for effective communication, perceptions, attitudes, beliefs, values, norms and experiences and their impact on communication, language and its significance; understanding business communication; stakeholders in business; communication needs of any business organization.

UNIT-III

Non- verbal communication : Dimensions of Non- verbal communication; body of language: postures and gestures, attire ; appearance; handshake; personal space; timing; behaviour; smile. Organizational body language (5 hrs)

Risk and insurance management.

UNIT –IV

Listening skills: Listening process; types of listening ( passive, selective, active) ; barriers to listening ; ten commandments of listening; importance of listening skills in business.

UNIT-V

Communication skills, mastering communication skills ( what to communicate, what is the objective, how to communicate, whom to address, when to communicate, how often communicate, how to get feedback, how to evaluate communication, skills in oral communication, skills in written communication, non-verbal communication, skills appropriate to other method) Humor in communication, interpersonal communication; leadership and communication skills (transactional analysis).

UNIT-VI

Conversation; types of conversation, essentials of business conversation; conversation management; non-verbal cues in conversation; stressful conversations english for  conversation- importance of accent (phonetics) ; English in various situations (making enquiry, expressing a gamut of emotion).