Corporate Accounting : B.com (H/P), BBA
For Under Graduate students of Universities of India.
Instructor: Chandan Poddar
Language: Hindi English Mix
B.com / BBA Corporate accounting of UG level. This course includes almost all the chapters covered by various universities at the UG level. However, students are advised to check the chapters available in this course with concern university syllabus. You can check the lectures available by clicking the 'course contents'.
Chapters Covered for B.com (H), BBA Students :
Check 'Course Contents'
What you will learn after watching the lectures:
a) Concepts related to the chapter.
b) How to solve the practical questions in the exam.
c) Relevant theory of chapter (if any).
How to Study?
a) After buying the lectures start watching the chapters covered by your university syllabus.
b) While watching lectures make proper notes from videos.
c) Solve questions of book prescribed by your university.
In this course, common questions have been solved to ensure that you are able to understand the concept in a perfect manner. After watching the lectures of any particular chapter you will be easily able to solve the book prescribed by your university. In case of any difficulty, you can ask the doubts in Chat Box provided in the course. Our experts will assist you in solving the questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to access the course after buying it?
After buying the course, log-in again and you will get access in your ID.
How to ask doubts?
Our research aims at developing such content which can be easily understood by student in the first attempt of learning, and no doubt left after watching these videos. Still, we have provided a doubts solving platform that you can access after purchasing the course, and the team of experts will be happy to serve you.
What does this course include?
This course includes E-books and complementary video lectures of the entire session.
Is there any restriction on the number of views?
No, you can watch any lecture number of times (maximum on two devices) until the course validation date. But, there are security measures to prevent the sharing of IDs and avoiding its commercial use.
Still any doubt?
Call : 88-88-88-04-02
We will be happy to answer your queries.
|Company Accounts : Balance Sheet and SOPL|
|#1 | Schedule III companies act 2013 | Balance sheet | Liability side | (Part 1) (Marked as Free Preview)|
|#2 | Schedule III companies act 2013 | balance sheet | Asset side | (Part -2)|
|#3 | Schedule III Companies act 2013 | SOPL | (Part - 3)|
|#4 | Schedule III companies act 2013 | Classification into current and non current items | (Part 4)|
|#5 - Schedule III companies act 2013 - Types of questions in exams - (Part-5)|
|Issue of Shares|
|#1 - Issue of shares (Part_1) Introduction and Understanding of shares including Escrow account|
|#2 - Issue of shares (Part_2) _ Under subscription ,Over subscription and Par subscription of shares|
|#3 -Issue of shares (Part_3) _ Issue of shares at premium|
|#4 -Issue of shares (part_4) _ Concept of calls in arrears|
|#5 -Issue of shares (part_5) _ Concept of calls in advance|
|#6 -Issue of shares (part_6) _ Concept of Pro-rata allottment|
|#7 -Issue of shares (Part 7) Pro rata and calls in arrears|
|#8 -Issue of Shares (Part 8) Forfirture of Shares|
|#9 Issue of Shares (Part-9) - Reissue of shares|
|#10 -Issue of Shares (Part 10) Important question of issue of shares|
|#11 -Issue of Shares (Part 11) Issue of Shares for Consideration Other than Cash|
|#12 -Issue of Shares (Part 12) Category based questions|
|Issue of Debentures|
|#2 Issue of Debentures (Part 2) Interest on Debenture including concept of TDS|
|#3 Issue of Debenture (Part 3) Issue of debentures as colletral security|
|#1 - Issue of debentures - Accounting in the books of company|
|#1 - Internal Reconstruction - Meaning and Basic journal entries|
|#2 - Internal Reconstruction - Journal entries related to reducing paid up capitall|
|#3 - Internal Reconstruction - Journal entries related to Contingent liability|
|#4 - Internal Reconstruction - Important journal entries - Settlement of liabilitiesl|
|#5 - Internal Reconstruction - Reconstruction expenses, Writing -off losses|
|#6 - Internal reconstruction - Concept of shares surrender with journal entries|
|#7 Internal reconstruction Sub-division and consolidation of shares|
|#8 Internal reconstruction Question 1|
|#9 Internal reconstruction Question- 2 Journal entries|
|#10 Internal reconstruction Question -2 Balance Sheet|
|#1 Amalgamation meaning and it's various ways|
|#2 What is purchase consideration|
|#3 Purchase consideration - Example 1|
|#4 Purchase consideration Example 2|
|#5 Purchase consideration Example 3|
|#6 Purchase consideration Example 4|
|#7 Concept of Intrinsic value|
|#8 Purchase consideration Example 5|
|#9 Books of Selling company Part - 1|
|#10 Books of selling company Ezample of Step 1|
|#11 Accounting treatment of purchase consideration Step 2|
|#12 Treatment of purchase consideration Example of Step 2|
|#12A Closing of Realisation and Other Accounts Step 3|
|#14 Complete question Most important|
|#15 Complete question Journal and Ledgers|
|#16 Books of Purchasing company Nature of Merger and Purchase|
|#17 Amalgamation in the nature of merger Accounting (Part-1)|
|#18 Amalgamation in the nature of merger ( Part 2)|
|#19 Summary of Amalgmation in the nature of merger|
|#20 Complete question for practice|
|#21 Amalgamation in the nature of Purchase|
|#22 Net asset and Net payment method of Purchase consideration|
|#23 Journal entries Amalgamation in the nature of Purchase|
|#24 Complete question for practice Amalgamation in th nature of Purchase|
|#25 Journal entry for Inter company debts|
|#26 Journal entry for Inter company stocks|
|#27 Journal entry for statutory reserves|
|#28 Amalgamation Complete question|
|Cash flow statement|
|#1 | Cash Flow Statement (Part 1)|
|#2 | Cash Flow Statement (Part 2)|
|#3 | Cash Flow Statement (Part 3)|
|#4 | Cash Flow Statement (Part 4)|
|#5 | Cash flow statement (part 5)|
|#6 | cash flow statement (part 6)|
|#7 | cash flow statement (part 7)|
|#8 | cash flow statement (Part 8)|
|#9 -Adjustments of CFS Part -1|
|#10 | Adjustments related to fixed assets | Part-2|
|#11 | Other Important Adjustments|
|#12 | Complete Questions | Part-1|
|#13 | Complete Questions | Part-2|
|Redemption of debentures|
|#1 | Redemption of debentures | (Part 1)|
|#2 | Redemption of debentures | (part 2)|
|#3 | Conversion of Debenture | (Part 1)|
|#4 | Conversion of Debentures | (Part 2)|
|#5 | Open Market Operation Debentures (Part 1)|
|#6 |Open Market Operation Debentures (Part 2)|
|#7 | Open Market Operation Debentures | (Part 3)|
|#8 | Open Market Operation Debentures ( Part 4)|
|Redemption of preference shares|
|#1 | Redemption of prefrence shares|
|#2 | Redemption of preference shares|
|#1 - Dividend Computation - (Part-1)|
|#2 - Dividend Computation - (Part-2)|
|#1 - Ratio analysis - liquidity ratios - current ratio - Part -1 -|
|#2 - Ratio analysis - liquidity ratios - quick ratio -|
|#3 - Ratio analysis - liquidity ratios - important questions -l|
|#4 - Ratio Analysis - Cash Ratio - Liquidity Ratio -|
|#5 - ratio analysis - profitability ratios|
|#6 - ratio analysis - profitability ratios - concepts -|
|#7 - ratio analysis profitability ratios - important illustrations|
|#8 - Ratio analysis - capital employed - return on investment - return on capital employed -l|
|#9 ratio analysis return on investment profitability ratios|
|#10 Ratio analysis Return on assets and return on equity|
|#11 Ratio analysis EPS DPS Dividend pay out ratio|
|#12 Ratio analysis PE ratio Dividend yield earnings yield Makt value to book value|
|#13 Ratio analysis Long term solvency ratios concept|
|#14 Ratio analysis long term solvency ratios questions for practice|
|#15 ratio analysis leverage ratios coverage ratios debt service and others|
|#16 Long term solvency ratios Capital gearing ratio + equity ratio|
|#17 Ratio analysis turnover ratio inventory turnover ratio with questions|
|#18 Ratio analysis Turnover ratios debtor and creditor turnover ratios turnover ratios|
|#19- ratio analysis - working capital turnover ratio -|
|#20- ratio analysis - most important questions -|
|#21 - Ratio Analysis - Complete revisionary video -|
|Banking companies : By CA SK Chhabra Sir|
|#1 Banking companies Introduction|
|#2 Banking Companies Rebate on bills Discounting Basic Concept|
|#3 Banking Companies Very Important Theory Question|
|#4 Banking Companies Journal Entries on Rebate on Bills Discounted|
|#5 Banking Companies Question 1|
|#6 Banking Companies Question 2|
|#7 Banking Companies Basic e.g. of Provisioning on advances(loans)|
|#8 Banking Companies Concept of Provisioning on Advances|
|#9 Banking Companies Question 5|
|#10 Banking Companies Question 5(ii)|
|#11 Banking Companies Question 6|
|#12 Banking Companies Question 7|
|#13 Banking Companies Question no. 8|
|#14 Banking Companies Basic Concept of Bills for CollectionIncome Recognition from Advances|
|#15 Banking Companies Question no. 27|
|#16 Banking Companies Question 28|
|#17 Banking Companies Format of Balance Sheet & P L AC|
|#18 Banking Companies Explanation of Balance Sheet items and PL AC items|
|#19 Banking Companies Question 19|
|#20 Banking Companies Question 14|
|E book : Banking Company|
|#1 Managerial remuneration|
|#2 Computation of net profits for managerial remuneration|
|#3 Question on managerial remuneration|
|#4 Effective capital computation|
|#5 Question on Effective capital|
|#6 Question for practice|
|#7 Dividend out of past year profits|
After successful purchase, this item would be added to your courses.
You can access your courses in the following ways :