Chapter 1 : Introduction to Accounting

Characteristics of Accounting
Is Accounting a Science or an Art?
Accounting Process
Branches of Accounting
Book Keeping Vs Accounting Vs Accountancy
Objectives of Accounting
Functions of Accounting
Advantages of Accounting
Role of Accounting in Business
Limitations of Accounting
Accounting Information
Users of Accounting Information
Double Entry System
Features of Double Enty System
Stages of Double Entry System
Advantages of Double Entry System
Accounts from Incomplete Records or Single Entry System

Chapter 2 : Basis Accounting Term

Chapter 3 : Theory Base of Accounting

Chapter 4 : Bases of Accounting

Chapter 5 : Accounting Equation

Chapter 6 : Accounting Procedures – Rules of Debit and Credit

Chapter 7 : Goods and Services Tax (GST)

Chapter 8 : Origin of Transactions – Source Documents and Preparation of Vouchers

Chapter 9 : Journal

Chapter 10 : Ledger

Chapter 11 : Special Purpose Books I – Cash Book

Chapter 12 : Special Purpose Books II – Other Books

Chapter 13 : Bank Reconciliation Statement

Chapter 13 : Bank Reconciliation Statement

Chapter 14 : Trial Balance

Chapter 15 : Depreciation

Chapter 16 : Provisions and Reserves

Chapter 17 : Bills of Exchange

Chapter 18 : Rectification of Errors

Chapter 19 : Financial Statements of Sole Proprietorship

Chapter 20 : Adjustments in Preparation of Financial Statements

Chapter 21 : Accounts from Incomplete Records – Single Entry System

Chapter 22 : Computers in Accounting

Chapter 23 : Accounting Software – Tally

Meaning and Definition of Accounting


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