ADCA: IIT Computer Institute Certified Advanced Diploma in Computerized Accounting.

IIT Computer Institute is an authorised Busy training partner, Marg training partner, Webtel training partner, SSR Webssoft partner for Tally ERP 9 with GST assessment and CompuTax training partner in Delhi.

Today taxation is the backbone of every business and we all know that we have huge demand of skilled accountants. Online filing of tax returns and GST has required the demand for trained Electronic accountants in the accounting arena. There was a time when a computerized Accounting course was satisfactory to get a job but now entire environment has become an ‘e’ environment and therefore knowledge of ‘e’ filing has become dynamic along with Computerized Accounting course.

We, at IIT Computer Institute, feel captivated in being one of the incomparable training institutes for Tally accounting, Busy accounting and E accounting courses in badarpur Delhi. In search of excellence, we have partnered with industry giants like Busy, Webtel, MARG, Microsoft, NIELIT, Officewithyou and NSDC to deliver certifications to our students. As we have associations with these accounting software hulks of India, you get skilled in certified accountant course and complete an e accounting course.

Course Content Includes                                                         12Months

Course Detail

    • Course Duration: 250 Hours (12 Months)
    • Class Duration : 1 Hour (Daily Basis)

Certification

    • Certificate will be issued after completion of Course

Who Can Join ?

      • 12th pass students (Commerce & non-commerce)
      • Any graduate (Arts, Commerce & Science)
      • Working persons
      • Pursuing CA, CPT, CS,
      • Working Professional
      • MBA

In the recent, fast-paced, job environment, computer knowledge is careful to be principal services that can help one have an advantage in relations of employability and development at place of work.  Admitting the same, getting basic computer skills must be a importance for anyone who try to find work in today’s world.

Not only in the scope of job, but computers can also help laypersons perform daily responsibilities smoothly. Be it a student, a housewife or a retired individual, knowledge of basic computer is necessary for everyone.

  1. Computer Fundamentals– History of computer, Paintbrush, Notepad, Wordpad, Typing, Working With Operating System (Win 7,8), Working With Printer, Installing and uninstalling many programs, Central Processing Unit – Processor Speed, Cache, Memory, RAM, ROM Booting, Memory- Secondary Storage Devices: Floppy and Hard Disks, Optical Disks CD-ROM,DVD, Mass Storage Devices: USB thumb drive. Anaging disk Partitions, File System Input Devices – Keyboard, Mouse joystick, Scanner, web cam, Output Devices- Monitors Printers – Dot matrix, inkjet, laser, Multimedia- What is Multimedia, Text, Graphics Animation, Audio, Images, Video; Names of common multimedia file formats Computer Software- Relationship between Hardware and Software; System Software, Application Software
  2. MS-word –  Word processing concepts: saving, closing, Opening an existing document Selecting text, Editing text, Finding and replacing text printing documents Creating and Printing Merged Documents, Character and Paragraph Formatting, Page Design and Layout. Editing and Profiling Tools: Checking and correcting spellings. Handling Graphics, Creating Tables and Charts Document Templates and Wizards.
  3. MS-Excel –  Spreadsheet Concepts, Creating, Saving and Editing a Workbook, Inserting Deleting Work Sheets, entering data in a cell / formula Copying and Moving from selected cells, handling operators in Formula, Functions: Mathematical Logical, statistical, text, financial Date and Time functions, Using Function Wizard. Formatting a Worksheet: Formatting Cells – changing data alignment changing date number, character or currency format, changing font, adding borders and colors, Printing worksheets, Charts and Graphs – Creating Previewing, Modifying Charts. Integrating word processor, spread sheets web pages.
  4. MS-PPT –  Creating, Opening and Saving Presentations, Creating the Look of Your Presentation, Working in Different Views, Working with Slides Adding and Formatting Text, Formatting Paragraphs, Checking Spelling and Correcting Typing Mistakes, Making Notes Pages and Handouts, Drawing and Working with Objects, Adding Clip Art and other pictures Designing Slide Shows Running and Controlling a Slide Show, Printing Presentations.
  5. Internet –  Surfing Web, Creating Email ID, sending and receiving mail & attachments, uploading and downloading files, ticket booking etc

We have provide knowledge of accounting for both Commerce and non-commerce students.

  • Fundamentals of Accounting
  • Accounting Concepts
  • Capital and Revenue Transactions
  • Basics of Account
  • Journal Entries
  • Prepare of Ledger Account
  • Explanation of Cash Book
  • Bank Reconciliation Statement
  • Depreciation
  • Inventory Valuation
  • Trial Balance
  • Basic of Final Accounts
  • Bed Debt and Year-end Adjustment
  • Final Accounts
  • Typical Adjustments
  • Rectification of Errors
  • Projects and Assignment

Basic Mathematics is manifest in everything around us.  Whether you are preparing a recipe at home, or planning a budget, calculating incentives earned over a month or assessing the feasibility in making an investment, Mathematics helps us reach logical conclusions.

Reappraising the basic skills like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, our course in basic Mathematics will help you gain insight in applying Mathematics in daily use, helping you make approximations and estimations and compute fractions and whole numbers.

  1. Addition, Subtraction, Multiply and Divide
  2. Profit and loss
  3. Percentage
  4. Ratio
  5. Simple Interest and Compound Interest

Tally ERP 9 with GST

IIT Computer Institute is an authorized Tally assessment partner Published by SSR Webssoft.

Introduction of Tally ERP.9

  • Company Creation ,Alteration, Shut company, select Company, Practice Question, Basic Feature of F11,F12
  • Class Room and Student Assignment

Group Creation, Alteration, Deletion

  • Ledger Creation ,Alteration ,Deletion, Opening Balance, Report : Balance sheet, Trial Balance.
  • Class Room and Student Assignment

Vouchers (Accounting Vouchers)

  • Payment ,Receipts Vouchers, Contra , Journal, Purchase Vouchers, Debit/Credit Note Vouchers
  • Class Room and Student Assignment

Cost Center & Pre Defined

  • Pre- Defined , Cost Center
  • Class Room and Student Assignment

Stock Creation , Alteration, and Deletion

  • Batch wise Godown , Cost Categories, Manufacturing ,Expiry Date , Purchase & Sale of Stock, Purchase Return and Sales Return of Stock
  • Class Room and Student Assignment

Purchase Order Processing

  • Purchase order, Receipts Notes, Rejection Out, Purchase Invoice, Debit Note, Payment
  • Class Room and Student Assignment

Sales order

  • Delivery Note, Rejection Invoice ,Sales with Invoice, Credit Note, Receipt Voucher
  • Class Room and Student Assignment

Advance Feature of Accounts with Inventory Part-1

  • Different Actual And Bill Quantity, Separate Discount On Invoices, Use Zero Valued Entries, Additional Cost of Purchase -Voucher Mode-Invoice Mode
  • Class Room and Student Assignment

Advance Feature Of Accounts with Inventory Part-2

  • Budget And Control, Credit Limit, Price Level Management
  • Class Room and Student Assignment
  • Introduction to masters and Account Masters
  • Creation of Ledgers
  • Alteration and deletion of Ledgers
  • Creation of Groups
  • Alteration and deletion of Groups
  • Creation of ledgers with opening balance
  • Creation of Suppliers & Customers ledger with bill wise details
  • Understanding default accounting voucher types
  • Receipt voucher
  • Payment voucher
  • Contra voucher
  • Purchase voucher:- invoice and voucher mode
  • Sales voucher :- invoice and voucher mode
  • Journal voucher
  • Inventory vouchers
  • Inventory Masters – Stock Group, Stock category ,Stock Item, Unit and Godown
  • Creation of inventory masters
  • Alteration and deletion of inventory masters
  • Quotations, Purchase and Sales Order
  • Purchase and Sales Challan
  • Rejection inward and outward
  • Purchase and Sales Return
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Export and Import of data
  • Data Security and Backup
  • Zero Valued Transactions
  • Configurable Invoicing
  • Stock Transfer
  • Cheque Printing
  • Company Logo
  • Reporting
  • Multiple Price List for different group of customers
  • Interest calculation with or without advance parameter
  • Generating Point of Sale Invoice (POS)
  • Voucher Class with separate configration
  • Non Accounting Voucher -Reversing Journal & Optional vouchers
  • Creating Scenario
  • Cost Centre and cost category
  • Credit Limit and Budget Control
  • Postdated Cheque
  • Job-Order Processing
  • Stock transfer after creating voucher class
  • User Maintenance & Tally Audit
  • Bill of Material – Production, Assemble, Unassembled
  • Alternate and combined UOM
  • Stander price
  • Part number and other features
  • MIS Reporting
  • Exceptional Reports
  • Email Reports
  • Confirmation of Accounts
  • Generate Reminder Letters
  • Split of Data, Group and Merge Company

Payroll in TALLY

Payroll is used to manage complete details of salary, employees, HR compliances and other related requirements.

  • Generate payroll reports- Pay-slip, Attendance Register, Salary register
  • Payment Advice
  • Leave Reports
  • Auto mailing of pay slips to employees
  • Payroll statutory report
  • Creating Employees Masters
  • Define Salary Components
  • Defining Salary structure and copying thereof
  • Leave categories
  • Attendance types
  • Bonus
  • Gratuity
  • Loan and advances management
  • Overtime Management
  • Enabling and filling statutory details
  • PF and ESI Rules and rates
  • PF and ESI calculation and Accounting
  • TDS Deduction on salary
  • Monthly Attendance
  • Auto calculation and entry of Monthly Salary
  • Entry for PF,ESI and DLI
  • Entry of User defined salary components

TDS stands for Tax Deducted at source . The concept of TDS was introduced in the Income Tax Act, 1961. At present, Income from several sources are subject to TDS

  • TDS Transactions in Tally
  • TDS Computation
  • TDS on advance payment
  • TDS without PAN
  • Payment of TDS
  • TDS Reports

TCS is applicable on some selected transactions and TCS compliance is almost similar to TDS but applicable Rule  is different.

  • TCS Transactions in TALLY
  • TCS Computation
  • Payment of TCS
  • TCS Reports

Goods and Services Tax is a comprehensive tax levied on supply of goods and services across India., one can do right from GST Billing to GST Returns In Tally.ERP 9 Release 6

GST accounting in Tally

  • GST on Goods (Local & Interstate)
  • GST on Services (Local & Interstate
  • Item rate wise and value wise GST
  • HSN and SAC
  • ITC under GST and Adjustment thereof
  • Analysis of GSTR-1,GSTR-2 and GSTR-3/3B
  • Treatment of Reverse charge in GST

Busy with GST

Oxford Software Institute is an authorized Busy training partner

  • Basics of Busy
  • Introduction to Busy
  • Installation of Busy software
  • Default Data path and changing it
  • Creating company
  • Alteration and Deletion of Company
  • Introduction to Gateway of Busy
  • Introduction to masters and Account Masters
  • Creation of Ledgers
  • Alteration and deletion of Ledgers
  • Creation of Groups
  • Alteration and deletion of Groups
  • Creation of ledgers with opening balance
  • Creation of Suppliers & Customers ledger with bill wise details
  • Understanding Basic accounting voucher types
  • Receipt voucher
  • Payment voucher
  • Contra voucher
  • Purchase voucher
  • Sales voucher
  • Journal voucher
  • Debit note :- invoice and voucher mode
  • Credit note :- invoice and voucher mode
  • Creation and alteration of voucher types
  • Concept and use of New Accounting Voucher Types
  • Quotations, Purchase and Sales Order
  • Purchase and Sales Challan
  • Rejection inward and outward
  • Purchase and Sales Return
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Ledger Reconciliation
  • Export and Import of data
  • Data Security and Backup
  • Configurable Invoicing
  • Stock Transfer
  • Cheque Printing
  • Company Logo
  • Reporting
  • Interest Calculation
  • Interest calculation with or without advance parameter
  • Generating Point of Sale Invoice (POS)
  • Voucher Class with separate configuration
  • Multi-currency
  • Cost Centre and cost Group
  • Credit Limit and Budget Control
  • Postdated Cheque
  • Brokerage
  • Royalty
  • Use and benefit of sub-ledger
  • Image setting of suppliers and customers
  • MIS Reporting
  • Exceptional Reports
  • Email Reports
  • Confirmation of Accounts
  • Generate Reminder Letters
  • Back-up and restore
  • User Maintenance
  • Dashboard management

Inventory Management in Busy

Inventory reporting is very important for GST and Assesse liable for Tax Audit. Busy can be used to manage it in easy way.

  • Inventory Masters – Stock Group, Stock Item, Unit and Godown
  • Creation of inventory masters
  • Alteration and deletion of inventory masters
  • Job-Order Processing
  • Stock transfer
  • Bill of Material – Production, Assemble, Unassembled
  • Alternate UOM
  • Stander price
  • Free quantity
  • Trade discount
  • Parameterized details
  • Item and ledger setting and other features
  • Multiple Price List for different group of customers
  • Item Bar code

Payroll Management in Busy

Payroll is used to manage complete details of salary, employees, HR compliances and other related requirements.

  • Creating Employees Masters
  • Define Salary Components
  • Defining Salary structure and copying thereof
  • Bonus
  • Gratuity
  • Loan and advances management
  • Overtime Management
  • Generate payroll reports- Pay-slip, Attendance Register, Salary register
  • Payment Advice
  • Auto mailing of pay slips to employees
  • Payroll statutory report
  • Enabling and filling statutory details
  • PF and ESI Rules and rates
  • PF and ESI calculation and Accounting
  • Monthly Attendance
  • Auto calculation and entry of Monthly Salary
  • Entry for PF,ESI and DLI
  • Entry for overtime

TDS stands for Tax Deducted at source . The concept of TDS was introduced in the Income Tax Act, 1961. At present, Income from several sources are subject to TDs

  • TDS Transactions in Busy
  • TDS on Advance Payment
  • TDS Computation
  • Payment of TDS
  • TDS Reports
  • TCS Transactions in Busy
  • TCS Computation
  • Payment of TCS
  • TCS Reports

Goods and Services Tax is a comprehensive tax levied on supply of goods and services across India. one can do right from GST Billing to GST Returns In  BUSY

  • GST on Goods (Local & Interstate)
  • GST on Services (Local & Interstate)
  • GST on Composite / Mix Supply
  • Reverse Charge in GST
  • GST adjustment entries

Income tax reporting is mandatory for all business entity and individual/HUF if income exceeds basic exemption limit.

  • Obtaining PAN
  • Registration under Income Tax
  • Computation of Income Tax
  • Residential Status
  • online payment of taxes
  • Return filling through WEBTEL and  EXCEL
  • ITR Forms –           ITR-1, ITR-2, ITR-3, ITR 4 Sugam, ITR-5, ITR-6
  • Process of Refund claim
  • Advance tax
  • Self-Assessment Tax
  • Tax on regular Assessment
  • Revise return
  • Penalty, Interest etc….
  • Obtaining TAN
  • Computation of TDS
  • TDS on Salary
  • TDS on other than Salary
  • TDS on Non-Residents
  • Online payment of TDS and TCS
  • Return filling- 24 Q , 26 Q , 27 Q , 27 EQ
  • Generate TDS Certificates- Form 16 & Form 16 A
  • Form 26 AS (Tax credit)
  • Generate FVU file
  • Generate Consolidated Report
  • Process of Refund claim
  • Advance tax
  • Revise return
  • Penalty & Interest etc….

GST return preparation and filing is the key challenge under GST Law for the Accountants. This module will enable the learners to prepare and file error free returns on time with multiple options.

  • GST Registration
  • Obtaining GSTIN
  • GST accounting
  • Invoicing rule
  • Place of supply
  • Computation of GST
  • GST on Local & Interstate transactions
  • Online payment of GST
  • GST on Stock Transfer
  • Reverse charge mechanism
  • GST on Work Contractor
  • GST Return
  • Generate Mismatch Report
  • Process of Refund claim
  • Revise return
  • Penalty & Interest etc

Basics of Stock Market & Forex

Stock Markets are a crucial part of an economy, rendering a pivotal role in industrial and commercial growth of a country.  As far as Forex is concern, it is the most important factor for exporter, importer, money changer, RBI, Government and overall economy.

Our course will elucidate the basic concepts of Stock market, trade and Foreign Exchange, making students aware of the basic operations of these businesses.

  • Primary market
  • Secondary market
  • Demat Account
  • Trading Account
  • Types of investors • Speculators • Hedgers • Arbitragers
  • BSE Sensitive Index or SENSEX
  • NSE Index Nifty
  • Bull Market or  Bear Market
  • Delivery ,  Intraday and BTST
  • Long Buy ,  Short Selling ,  Stop Loss and trigger price
  • Portfolio, Averaging, Booking Profit or Loss
  • Currencies of different countries
  • Comparison of INR with other currencies
  • conversion rates
  • Forex and importer / Exporter
  • Forex Trading In india
  • Forex transaction in spot and Future Market
  • Forex loss management Tools.

Online financial transactions are the base of Digital India. Online payment is mandatory in certain cases. So we must have complete knowledge of online banking and Digital Payment

  • Introduction of banking
  • Online bank payment
  • Amount transfer from one bank of another: – NEFT, RTGS and IMPS
  • Bill payments
  • Stop payments
  • online bank statement
  • Debit / Credit /Travel / Others
  • Aadhaar Enabled Payment System
  • Unified Payments Interface
  • Mobile Wallets
  • Internet banking
  • Mobile banking

Having a technical and discipline-specific expertise can help you get to the interview room but it’s the soft skills that will make the hiring manager hand you the appointment letter.  Soft skills are also a key player to make headway in an existing job.  Managerial profiles are often tendered to individuals showing empathy, positive attitude and team-playing spirit.

An individual is not born with soft skills.  There are mastered with methodical application.  Through our course, students will be coached for the following

  • Communication in English
  • Public speaking
  • Interview skills
  • Time and Stress Management
  • Emotional Management (EI)
  • Leadership and Being a Team-player

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Career Opportunities

Accounts Executive

Accountant

Auditor

Tax/Compliance Consultant

Cashier

Payroll Manager

Accounts Consultant

Finance/Business Planner

E filing expert

GST compliance officer

MIS Executive

Freelancer

Trainer

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