CMA Foundation : Fundamentals of Accounting
Instructor: Chandan Poddar Sir
Language: Hindi English Mix
₹450.00 excluding 18% GST
₹999.00 excluding 18% GST
CMA foundation Accounting : Chandan Poddar sir has exclusively designed this course for preparing CMA Foundation Accounting of 100 marks effortlessly. What you need to do is watch lectures, make notes from lectures and solve ICSI module. Exclusive features, of course, are :
a) Complete syllabus.
b) Revision material to quickly revise the whole course.
c) E-Book: Chapter wise Mock test papers for self-assessment.
d) E-Book: Complete syllabus Mock test papers for self- assessment.
e) Doubt solving platform.
f) PDF of additional important questions for self-practice.
Frequently asked questions
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How to study after buying the course?
You will observe the introduction video at the beginning of the course that will correctly guide you in answering your questions like a) Which chapters to be started first b) How to make notes out of videos c) How to give test papers d) How to revise course regularly e) How to refer ICAI material etc,.
Is this course includes discussion on basic concepts as I am from non- commerce background?
Don't worry. This course has been designed in such a manner that even If you are not from the non-commerce background, you will be able to understand all concepts without any problem.
Is It Possible to get All India rank from this course?
Well, we have covered the complete course, and in case you need any assistance we are always with you but to get All India Rank you need to commit your hard work, consistency and commitment for studies.
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.
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|Basics of accounting : Journal entries|
|#1 - Meaning of Debit and Credit - By Chandan Poddar|
|#4 Journal entries sales return and purchase return with practice question (Part 3 )|
|#6 Journal entries fixed assets sale, purchase and depreciation on fixed assets (Part 5 )|
|#8 Journal entries Bad debts and bad debts recovered (Part - 7)|
|#9 Journal entries Charity + Sampling + commission + interest (Part 8)|
|#10 Journal entries outstanding and prepaid expenses and incomes (Part 9 )|
|#11 Journal entries Practice test (Part 10)|
|#12 Journal entries Bills receivable and Bills payable (Part 11)|
|#13 Journal entries Cash discount and trade discount (Part 12)|
|Basics of Accounting : Ledger posting|
|#1 Ledger posting (Part -1 )|
|#2 Ledger posting of compounding entry (Part- 2)|
|#3 ICAI Module - Illustration - 3 - Very Important -|
|Subsidiary books : To develop the complete understanding of basics, it is the personal advise of Chandan sir to go through this chapter.|
|#1 Subsidiary books- Cash Book (Part -1) Introduction|
|#2 Subsidiay books- Cash Book (Part - 2) Cash book Single column|
|#3 Subsidiary books- Cash Book (Part -3 ) Cash book double column|
|#4 Subsidiary books- Cash Book (Part -4) Three column cash book|
|#6 Subsidiary book- Cash Book (Part -6) Analytical petty cash book|
|#7 Subsidiary books- Cash Book (Part -7) Purchase book|
|#8 Subsidiary books- Cash Book (Part -8) Sales book|
|#9 Subsidiary books- Cash Book (Part -9) Other subsisdiary books|
|#10 Complete question|
|Rectification of errors|
|#1 Rectification of errors (Part - 1)|
|#2 Rectification of errors (Part- 2)|
|#3 Rectification of errors (Part- 3)|
|#4 Rectification of errors (Part - 4)|
|#5 Rectification of errors (Part- 5)|
|#6 Rectification of errors (Part -6) new|
|#7 Rectification of erros (Part -7) Errors of PY rectified in CY|
|Bank reconciliation statement|
|#1 Bank reconciliation statement BRS (Part-1 ) (Marked as Free Preview)|
|#2 Bank Reconciliation STatement BRS how to solve complete question (Part-2)|
|#3 Bank Reconciliation Statement BRS Adjusted cash book (Part 3)|
|#1 Depreciation (Part-1) Meaning of depreciation and cost of asset|
|#2 Depreciation (Part -2) SLM|
|#3 Depreciation (Part -3) WDV|
|#4 Depreciation (Part -4) Depreciation computation and Recording|
|#5 Depreciation (Part -5) Practice question|
|#6 Profit and loss on disposal of fixed assets|
|#7 Depreciaion (Part -7) Complete question -1|
|#8 Depreciation (Part -8) Complete question - 2|
|#9 Deprciation (Part - 9) Provision for depreciation|
|#10 Depreciation (Part -10) Complete question -1|
|#11 Depreciation (Part -11) Complete quesion - 2|
|#12 Depreciation (Part -12) Change in method of depreciation NEW METHOD|
|Bills of Exchange|
|#1 Bills of Exchange Meaning and Computation of Due Date + Maturity Date (Part 1 )|
|#2 Bills of Exchnage Journal Entries (Part 2 )|
|#3 Discounting of bill|
|#4 Bills of exchange Endorsement of bill (Part 4)|
|#5 Renewal of bill|
|#7 Rebate on bill|
|#1 - Final accounts (Part-1) - Financial accounting (Marked as Free Preview)|
|#2 - Final accounts (Part-2) - Financial Accounting2|
|#4 - Final accounts (Part-4) - Financial accounting - Adjustments of final accounts|
|#5 - Final accounts - Financial Accounting - Adjustments of final accounts|
|#6 - Final accounts - Financial accounting - Adjustments of final accounts -|
|#7 - Final accounts - Financial accounting - Adjustments of final accounts|
|#8 Final accounts How to solve complete question ICAI excercise Ques. No- 1|
|#9 Final acounts How to solve complete question ICAI excercise Ques. No- 2|
|#1 Joint Venture (Part 1)|
|#2 Joint Venture (Part 2)|
|#3 Joint Venture (Part 3)|
|#1 Consignment part 1|
|#2 Consignment part 2 valuation of closing stock|
|#3 Consignment Part 3 Valuation of abnormal loss|
|#4 Consignment new part 4 practical questions solved|
|#5 Treatment of normal loss|
|#6 Consignment part 6 types of commission|
|#7 Consignment goods sent on invoice price loading part 7|
|#8 Consignment part 8 practical questions based on laoding concept|
|Not for profit organisations (NPO)|
|#1 - not for profit organisation - accounting - Part 1|
|#2 - not for profit organisation - accounting - Part- 2-|
|#3 - not for profit organisation - accounting - Part 3 - treatment of subscription -l|
|#4 - not for profit organisation - accounting - Part - 4 - treatment of subscription -2 -l|
|#5 - not for profit organisation - accounting - Part-5 - treatment of subscription - 3 -|
|#6 - not for profit organisation - accounting - items of consumables - Part -6 -l|
|#7 - not for profit organisations - accounting - treatment of donations - Part - 7 -|
|#8 Fund based accounting|
|#9 not for profit organisations Other relevant terms and their accounting|
|#10 not for profit organisations how to prepare income and expenditure account|
|#11 not for profit organisations how to prepare Income and expenditure account with balance sheet|
|#12 not for profit organisations Income and expenditure account and balance sheet practice questio|
|#12A not for profit organisations receipt and payment account from income & expenditure account|
|#14 not for profit organisations receipt and payment account from income and expenditure account|
|#15 not for profit organisations preparation of receipt and payment, income and expenditure with b|
|#16 npo preparation of balance sheet from receipt & payment plus income & expenditure account|
|Cost accounting : Coming soon|
|Cost Sheet : Coming soon|
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