MCA Accountancy and Financial Management -Paper MCS 35 IGNOU

Learn Block 1 - IV of Paper 35 MCS 35 of MCA Program Conducted by IGNOU
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Published 12/2014 English

Course Description

Welcome to this course 

MCA Accountancy and Financial Management (Paper MCS 35 IGNOU)

This course is for MCA Candidates who are preparing for Accountancy and Financial Management (Paper MCS 35 IGNOU) Paper conducted by IGNOU.

This Paper has Four Blocks and the course contents are as follows:

Section

Name of the Section

1

Block I - Unit 1 - Accounting and its functions

2

Block I - Unit 2 - Accounting Concepts and Standards

3

Block I - Unit 3 - Basic Accounting Process: Preparation of Journal, Leger and Trial Balance

4

Block II - Unit 1 - Preparation and Analysis of Final Accounts

6

Block II - Unit 2 - Construction and Analysis of Fund Flow and Cash Flow Statement

7

Block II - Unit 3 - Ratio Analysis

8

Block III - Unit 1 - Financial Management: An Introduction

9

Block III - Unit 2 - Time Value of Money

10

Block III - Unit 3 - Investment Appraisal Methods

11

Block IV - Unit 1 - Cash and Treasury Management

12

Block IV - Unit 2 - Receivables Management

13

Block IV - Unit 3 - Inventory Management

Teaching and Learning Style:

This course is structured in self-paced learning style. It is suggested to take screenshots of case studies for reference back during problem solving. Approaching the course with note book and pen or MS Excel and solving problems paralelly along with instructor will make you feel like attending real class and improve your listening and learning experience. 

Teaching Background:

Indian scenario has been considered for explaining concepts through case studies.

What are the requirements?

  • This is a basic course. Students can take up this course without any basic requirements.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand Block I Accounting System
  • Understand Block II Understanding and Analysis of Financial Statements
  • Understand Block III Financial Management and Decisions
  • Understand Block IV Working Capital Management

What is the target audience?

  • Only MCA IGNOU Students

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Curriculum

Section 1: Block I - Unit 1 - Accounting and its functions
Need and Importance of Accounting
Preview
04:54
Book Keeping and objectives
Preview
04:59
Advantages of Book Keeping
Preview
05:40
Accounting and Objectives
04:19
Accounting Process
Preview
05:56
Accounting Cycle
03:24
Accountancy Accounting Book keeping
Preview
01:21
Relationship Between Accountancy, Accounting & Book Keeping
01:41
Difference Between Accounting & Book Keeping
Preview
02:21
Users of Accounting Information
03:58
Branches of Accounting
02:05
Transaction
03:19
Capital
01:34
Assets
01:57
Liabilities
01:06
Drawings
00:25
Debtors and Creditors
02:24
Purchase Sales and returns
02:32
Voucher and Invoice
01:33
Account
01:05
Section 2: Block I - Unit 2 - Accounting Concepts and Standards
Basic Assumptions in Accounting
05:13
Basic Concepts in Accounting
08:15
Fundamental Principles of Accounting
06:29
AS - Meaning & Process of Creating AS
06:37
AS - Why Mandatory
02:38
Acconting Standards 1
08:07
Acconting Standards 2
05:22
Acconting Standards 3
06:59
Section 3: Block I - Unit 3 - Basic Accounting Process:Preparation of Journal,Ledger and TB
Double Entry System Introduction
03:15
Double Entry Features
02:04
Classification of Accounts
06:16
Eg for classification of accounts
05:56
Golden Rules of accounting
01:55
Basic Accounting Procedures
02:25
Cash Memo and Invoice
03:25
Receipt
01:12
Debit and Credit Notes
02:28
Pay in Slip and Cheque
04:07
Voucher
00:46
Accounting Equation
03:20
Accounting Equation simple eg
03:30
Accounting Equation Comprehensive Example
10:18
Rules for Debiting and Crediting
07:09
Debit Credit Rule
06:38
Books of Original Entry
03:45
Steps in Journalising
07:55
Journalising Comprehensive Examples
14:24
Capital and Drawings
04:57
Bank Account Transactions
07:45
Accounting entry for Capital Contribution
07:11
Accounting entry for Cash Receipt
03:06
Accounting Entry for Cash Payment
02:12
Acccounting Entry for cash Sales
02:14
Accounting Entry for Banking Transaction
02:17
Accounting Enrty for Drawings Case Study
02:36
Accounting Entry for Cash Purchase
02:28
Accounting Entry for Credit Purchase
02:55
Accounting Entry for Cheque receipt
02:07
Accounting Entry for Cheque receipt and deposit
02:01
Accounting Entry for commission Income
02:00
Accounting Entry for Credit Sales
02:36
Accounting Entry for Drawings
06:37
Accounting Entry for Payment through Cheque
02:03
Accounting Entry for Purchase Return
02:39
Accounting Entry for Salary in cash
01:54
Accounting Entry for Sales Return
02:55
Compound Entry
06:12
Compound Journal Entry
04:24
Compound Journal Entry Case Study
07:50
Ledger
04:12
Utility of Ledger
04:45
Ledger Format
07:25
Ledger for real personal nominal accounts
06:53
Posting and Procedure
04:12
Ledger Case Study 1
05:12
Ledger Case Study 2
12:26
Posting of Compound Entries to Ledger
05:46
Posting Openign Entry in Ledger
03:38
Balancing an Account
08:18
Balancing of Different Accounts
03:22
Procedure for Balancing
05:40
Difference between Journal and Ledger
03:54
Subsidiary Books need and advantage
09:44
Purchase Book
05:19
Case Study on Purchase Book
07:23
Sales Book
02:54
Sales Book Case Study
04:45
Return Books
02:42
Purchase Return Book
04:47
Purchase Return Book Case Study
05:17
Sales Return Book
03:14
Sales Return Book Case Study
05:30
Cash Book
05:45
Kinds of Cash Book
00:45
Single Column Cash Book
06:03
Case Study Single Column Cash Book
08:10
Double Column Cash Book with Disc Column
02:24

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Instructor Biography

I am a Chartered Accountant with tonnes of passion for teaching.

I teach Financial Management & Strategic Financial Management for Chartered Accountancy, Cost and Management Accountancy and Company Secretary students in Ernakulam, India. I also hold Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration in Finance from Symbiosis, Pune and Bachelors in Commerce, from Loyola College, Chennai.

I worked in State Bank of India as Assistant Vice President - Credit for a period of four years after which i started my Chartered Accountancy Practice. During the stint in State Bank of India, I worked on credit proposals of Mid Corporate Units and gained good experience in Financial Analysis, Risk Assessment, Viability Study, Evaluating business models, Project Finance, Working Capital Management, etc.

I conduct work shops for Entrepreneurs, Chartered Accountancy / Cost and Management Accountancy Students on the topics like Project Finance, Credit Risk Assessment, Entrepreneurship Development, Finance for Non Finance Executives, etc.

I love teaching and i want fundamentals of accounting and finance to reach students and so i am here.

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