Basics of Accounts and Finance made simple

Journal Entries
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (13 ratings)
686 students
Basics of Accounts and Finance made simple
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (13 ratings)
688 students
Understand the real meaning and importance of accounting and finance in daily life
Introduce the terminologies used in accounting and finance
Gateway for doing advanced level courses in accounting and finance
Non Commerce background students can know many things about Accounts

Requirements

  • To know the language
  • preferably keep a pen and paper
  • When the instructor is explaining the candidate can note down the points
Description

The student will learn the Basics  of Accounts and its importance from practical view point.This is a generic course for all who want to understand accounts in simple and practical way.Introduction of accounting course is divided into several parts.The course will give confidence to appear for competitive exams where knowledge of accounting is required.

Who this course is for:
  • beginner who want to study accounting and finance for vertical mobility irrespective of their field
  • Non Commerce & Non Finance background candidate, aspiring to learn Balance Sheet , Profit loss Account
  • Aspiring bba, mba, CMA, ca students who have not been in touch with the subject since long
Course content
1 section • 7 lectures • 57m total length
  • Journal Entries Part 1
    05:57
  • Journal Entries Part 2
    09:09
  • Journal Entries Part 3
    07:57
  • Journal Entries Part 4
    08:51
  • Journal Entries Part 5
    08:25
  • Journal Entries Part 6
    04:57
  • Journal Entries Part 7
    12:13

Instructor
Instructor with passion
Deepak Jaggi
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 47 Reviews
  • 2,701 Students
  • 5 Courses

Deepak Jaggi is a faculty of accounts and finance since last 26 years.Right from beginners to advanced level he has thought to more than 1 lakh students of CA,MBA for various generic courses.He is been a mentor to many students who are from non commerce background to explain them the concept of book keeping ad accounting in the simplest form