Elements of Accounts (Part 1) is the perfect place to start learning Accounts!
An easy-to-follow course covering the entire syllabus of 11th Commerce Accounts!
After covering the Basics of Accounts, we now move on to some more important concepts of Accounts.
Practical Subjects: Accounts (Part 1 & 2) and Statistics at your fingertips!
This course brings to you all 9 chapters of 11th Commerce Statistics under one roof!
This Chapter deals with basics of Economics and presentation of information through graphs.
This is a basic chapter explaining business, profession, employment, trade, commerce and industry.
This chapter will clear concepts of Insurance, warehouse and transportation.
This chapter explains on several concepts and fundamentals used in economics.
Permutation, Combination & Binomial Expansion are very important concept and will be useful in further studies as well
Small traders do not maintain complete accounts as in double entry system. Instead they keep accounts or books with incomplete records.
Bank reconciliation statement is a statement prepared to explain the reasons of difference between balance as per cashbook and passbook.
"Statistics is the science which deals with the collection, analysis, and interpretation of numerical data."
The errors affecting trial balance must be detected and rectified in order to reveal a true picture of business.
Accounting is an art of recording, classifying and summarizing transactions and events and interpreting the results thereof.
"Depreciation maybe defined as a measure of the exhaustion of the effective life of an asset, due to any cause, during a given period."
As and when business transactions take place, two effects emerge from them. In this course we study these effects, and more!
Statistics are measurements or estimates of natural or social phenomenon, usually systematically arranged, analysed and presented.
The word 'Journal' is derived from the French word 'Jour', which means day! A journal is a note or a diary.
"Statistics may rightly be called a science of averages." - Sir A.L. Bowley
In this course we learn the meaning and importance of reserves and provisions, along with other important concepts.
The final effect of every business transaction goes to the two components - (1) Capital and Liability, (2) Asset.
What is a bill of exchange? How is it used? Who are the parties involved? In this course we find the answers to these, and more.
Uncontrolled variation is the enemy of quality . - Edward Deming
Final accounts are prepared at the end of the accounting year to know the result and financial position of the business.
"Measures of skewness indicates the tendency of the group to depart from symmetry." - Connor
Subsidiary books are those books into which a journal is subdivided because of its limitations.
Just like a language has certain rules of grammar, certain principles are used in the language of accounting to understand it better.
A cash book is a subsidiary book that is prepared to keep a record of cash transactions.
Journal proper is a subsidiary book in which the transactions which are not recorded in any other subsidiary book are recorded.
Deshi nama system is a very old system, derived and adopted in the Indian subcontinent, to write accounts.
'Functions' refers to relationship that exists between the elements of two different sets.
Let's learn how to prepare ledger accounts from a journal and the subsidiary books and also how to find balance in ledger accounts.
Non-trading concerns are those which do not have the aim to generate profit, but instead focus on social service or cultural activities.
4 PRACTICAL Subjects - SEMESTER 3 & SEMESTER 4 Both Included
2 PRACTICAL & 3 THEORY Subjects - SEMESTER 3 & SEMESTER 4 Both Included
3 PRACTICAL & 3 THEORY Subjects - SEMESTER 3 & SEMESTER 4 Both Included
4 PRACTICAL Subjects - SEMESTER 5 & SEMESTER 6 Both Included
2 PRACTICAL & 3 THEORY Subjects - SEMESTER 5 & SEMESTER 6 Both Included
3 PRACTICAL & 3 THEORY Subjects - SEMESTER 5 & SEMESTER 6 Both Included
History, background, basic concepts and terms of income tax
TOPIC OF FINANCIAL REPORTING. IT COVERS ACCOUNTING ENTRIES, NAV CALCULATION AND PREPARATION OF REVENUE ACCOUNT AND BALANCE SHEET.
Msu - Fy bcom Sem 1 Statistics Unit 2 Chapter 1
Structure and process of business - Introduction
Economics subject in a refined form as per MSU Syllabus of Semester 1
Final Accounts of Sole Proprietorship and Partnership Firm
Elements of Accounts (Part 1) is the basis for your success in 12th Commerce board exams!
An easy-to-follow course covering the entire syllabus of 12th Commerce Accounts!
After learning the various aspects of Partnership and goodwill, we now dive into some more exciting concepts with Accounts Part 2!
Practical Subjects: Accounts (Part 1 & 2) and Statistics (Part 1 & 2) at your fingertips
With all courses of Accounts, Statistics, and Economics, this collection is all you need for learning and revising for the exam.
Video Lectures, objectives, & more. Learn & Revise Statistics (Part 1) from the comfort of your phone!
All 9 chapters from 12th Commerce Statistics under one course! Learn and revise your entire Statistics syllabus!
Video Lectures, objectives, & more. Learn & Revise Statistics (Part 2) from the comfort of your phone!
Meaning, nature and importance of Principles of Management
What are graphs? For what different purposes are they used in Economics?
In this course we explore the characteristics, uses and importance of Index Numbers. It is 12 marks in Board Exam. 1+1+2+3+5=12 Marks
A partnership is a single business in which two or more people share ownership.
What are debentures? How are they classified? Learn this and much more in this course on debentures!
Similar to the sole proprietor, the partnership firm also prepares its final accounts from the trial balance.
Let's understand the relationship between two mutually related variables.
Let's learn about random variables and types of Probability Distribution!
In this course we shall learn the preparation of balance sheet and statement of profit and loss of company as per Companies Act, 2013.
Regression is a functional relation between two correlated variables.
Normal Distribution is the father of all probability distributions. For larger sample size almost all theoretical distributions follow it.
Let's learn more about goodwill and its various aspects!
This Chapter is of 4 Marks in Board Exam. 1 Mark - Answer in one Sentence, 4 Mark Answer is Short - Sum is Expected
Meaning and evolution of banks, Classification (Major Types) of Banks, and Monetary Policy.
In this course, we discuss the change in profit and loss sharing ratio or distribution ratio between the existing partners in detail.
'Time Series' refers to the statistical data collected at specific intervals of time and arranged in a chronological order.
"The relationship between two accounting figures, expressed mathematically, is known as financial ratio."
When a partner is admitted to the existing partnership firm, it is called admission of a partner.
Differentiation is a technique which is used for analyzing the way in which function f (x) changes with a change in the value of x.
What are the sources of cash? Where is cash invested? This information is available from cash flow statement.
What is retirement? What are the circumstances of retirement of a partner? Find the answers to these questions and test your knowledge too!
All chapters mnemonics are given which helps students to memorize.
This Chapter is all about Human resource and its importance in an organization.