E-Accounting Institute in Delhi

inteligeneit@gmail.com Tiwary
Last Update May 1, 2024
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About This Course

E-Accounting Institute in Delhi in which you would learn all the essential parameters of accounting that would brighten your future. E-Accounting includes computerized branching, bookkeeping, journal, voucher, account handling, analytics, and so on.

During the learning, you’ll have highly expert teachers who would guide and provide you with directions toward accounting terms that make your learning effective.

Moreover, the course is in online and offline modes depending upon the student’s schedules they want to choose. During the learning, you will advance access to various study materials.

Key Highlights

  • Delhi is dynamic and unique in adapting new aspects like learning in E-Accounting.
  • The academy has one motive which is to provide the best and most effective classes in E-Accounting that would be beneficial for you.
  • The course is fully flexible with respect to different schedules of classes like morning, afternoon, and evening classes that would make your learning effective.
  • Use this time as an opportunity because this is the time when you can become something and achieve your goal.

E-Accounting Institute in Delhi | Course Advantage

The course is highly profiled and standardized in terms of providing you with better career opportunities and proficiency as well.

Upon completion of the course, you will receive,
  • Membership at InteliGenes Technologies.
  • Virtual Internship Certificate in E-Accounting.
  • Practical classes in E-Accounting
Course Details

The students will get access to ebooks which would make their learning easy. Basically, the ebooks will give you essential learning parameters like branching, bookkeeping, computerized framework, etc., that would be beneficial for you.

The ebooks on E-Accounting will give you a brief idea of learning to account and make facilitate practical theory as well. Along with ebooks, the students will get access to various resources like Practical classes, real-time work, video classes, and so on.

The course includes many assessments in which the students will get to know their proficiency in E-Accounting and will check the progress report where a student needs to work hard and where he/she doesn’t.

Skills Covered
  • Spreadsheet Proficiency
  • Critical Thinking
  • Time Management
  • Adaptability
  • Accounting Proficiency
  • Industry knowledge

Why E-Accounting Institute in Delhi?

Best guidance never stops learning

Teachers who have dynamic and different teaching parameters would make your learning effective and provide better guidance as well.

Learning from the best teachers

The InteliGenes hires best teachers on its staff who have much experience in this field which would rapid student learning.

Enhance skills for future prospective.

When you join a course then you expect that you learn and develop skills. Basically, this course will enhance your skills.

Proficiency in E-Accounting

When you experience teachers and different teaching methods then you become proficient by taking those classes seriously.

Program Benefits E-Accounting Institute in Delhi

  • Complete this course while sitting at home.
  • The course improves your living standard.
  • Course completion certificate from the top institute, InteliGenes Technologies.
  • Grab different career options in E-Accounting
  • 100% placement opportunity in E-Accounting.

E-Accounts, E-Taxation & E-GST(Goods & Service Tax) Training Courses

Module 1.1 – Basic of GST Overview of Model GST Law
Module 1.2 – GST Migration and Registration under Model GST Law with GST Rules & Formats
Module 1.3 – Returns Under GST Section (37-48) with GST Rules & Formats – 10 Hrs
Module 1.4 – Refunds – Section 54-58 with GST Rules
Module 1.5 – Input Tax Credit – Section 16-21 with GST Rules
Module 1.6 – Electronic Commerce in GST – Section 52
Module 1.7 – Job Work & Composition Levy in GST
Module 1.8 – Other Topics – with GST Rules & Formats
Module 1.9 – MODEL IGST LAW

Module 2 – Income Tax/TDS – (Direct Tax)

  • Terminology of income tax like P.Y, A.Y, Income
  • Incidence of income tax
  • Residential status like ROR, RNOR, OR
Module 2.1 – Income Under Various Heads
Module 2.2 – Deduction from Income
Module 2.3 – Assessments 0f Income
Module 2.4 – Various Provisions
  • Preparation of Balance sheet According to Revised Schedule III (Schedule VI of company act 1956) Of Company ACT 2013
  • Preparation of Balance Sheet of SME Accounts
  • Preparation of Balance Sheets for Large and Medium Entrepreneurs
  • Composition of Annual Final Accounts of Company (New Topic Added)
  • Indian Gaps Compliances (Account Standard) (New Topic Added)
  • Depreciation Chart as per Income Tax & Company Act (New Topic Added)
  • Depreciation Rate Comparison (New Topic Added)
  • Inventory Control (New Topic Added)
  • Bank Reconciliation Statement
  • Documentation in Finance for CC Limit/OD Limit
  • Project Reports
  • CMA Data
  • Practical Analytical Review of Reports
  • Stock Statement
  • LC(Letter of Credit)
  • Letter of Credit- How to Open the LC
  • How to Sanction the LC Limit from Bank
  • Documentation for LC Limit
  • Ratio Analysis
  • Bank Guarantee (Usage & Format)
  • Online Payment of Taxes


  • How to Deal with Import and Export
  • Import and Export Procedure
  • Import Documents
  • Import Procedure
  • How to Release the Dollar from Banks to Pay Outside India A-1/A-2
  • Export Procedure
  • Export Document
  • Bill of Entries
  • Bill of Lading
  • PF Computation and Deposit of ECR
  • ESI Challan Deposit and Return
  • Taxability of Different Allowances and Perquisites
  • Deductions (Tax Savings) Under Chapter VI A
  • Salary

OBJECTIVE: Provide a Basic Understanding of Excel, Make users Familiar with Create Formulas and give a Platform to Make Good analyses, and Introduce Powerful Tools of Advance Excel so that users can Make Advance Analyses with the help of Those Tools

TOPICS COVERED: Introduction, Basic Understanding, Sum, Count, Count, Count blank, Average, Max, Large Min, Abs, Sumif, Countif, Lower, Upper, Proper, Trim, Len, Left, Right, Mid, Concatenate, Subtotal, And, Or, Day, Year, Month, Estate,

Net workdays, Today, Weekday, Week number, Workday, Find, Search. V-lookup, H-lookup, Day and Time Calculation, Numeric Calculation, If Logical Condition, Dynamic Pivot, Dynamic Chart, Conditional Formatting, Dated if, What-If Analysis, Match Index, Offset Function, User form Function in Excel, Data Validation, Advance Filter, Sorting, Group & Ungroup, Data split, Text Function (Data Separation), Substitute

Module 8 – Advanced Tally ERP for GST

Tally GST -Goods & Service Tax GST

  • Upgrading to Tally.ERP 9 Release 6.0
  • Start Using Tally.ERP 9 for GST Compliance
  • Activating GST for Your Company
  • Setting Up GST Rates
  • Updating Stock Items and Stock Groups for GST Compliance
  • Updating a Service Ledger for GST Compliance
  • Updating Sales and Purchase Ledgers for GST Compliance
  • Updating Party GSTIN
  • Creating GST Ledgers
  • Creating Income and Expense Ledgers
  • Recording Sales and Printing Invoices
  • Recording Purchases
  • Recording a Tax Payment
  • Transferring Tax Credits of VAT, excise, and service tax to GST
  • Other Scenarios
  • Sales – Nil Rated, Exempt, SEZ, and Deemed Export
  • Recording Sales Returns
  • Recording Purchase Returns
  • Recording Export Sales
  • Reverse Charge under GST
  • Recording an Advance Receipt from the Customer
  • Recording an Advance Payment to Supplier
  • Recording Journal Vouchers for Adjustments Against Tax Credit
  • Recording a Journal Voucher for TDS Adjustment
  • Recording a Journal Voucher for TCS Adjustment
  • Recording a Journal Voucher for Refund of Tax Credit
  • Recording a Journal Voucher for ISD Credit
  • Recording a Journal Voucher for Transitional Credit
  • Recording Journal Vouchers for Other Liabilities
  • Recording Journal Vouchers for Reversal of Tax Credit
  • GSTR-1
  • Returns Summary
  • Particulars (Computation Details)
  • Summary of Exceptions
  • Table-wise GSTR-1
  • Status Reconciliation
  • Exporting GSTR-1
  • Challan Reconciliation

Learning Objectives

An Introduction to Accounting, The Double Entry Accounting System, & Recording Transactions using Debits and Credits
Analyze, use, and create from scratch financial statements including a balance sheet, income statement, statement of equity, and statement of cash flows
Use the concepts of the double entry accounting system
Record financial transactions using the accounting equation
Record financial transactions using debits and credits
Learn when and how to use accounting methods such a the accrual method and cash method
Apply the concepts related to the revenue recognition principle and the matching principle to recording transactions and reading financial statements
Record period end adjusting entries and be able to explain why adjusting entries are necessary is a well designed accounting system
Record merchandising transactions. Record transactions involving inventory
Track inventory using cost flow methods like FIFO, LIFO, and Weighted Average Methods
Create and use subsidiary ledgers like accounts receivable by customer and accounts payable by vendor subsidiary ledgers
Learn how to create and use special journals and how they can be part of an accounting system
Construct and interpret a bank reconciliation, one of the most critical internal controls
Be able to implement internal controls over cash
Value account receivable and record bad debt expense using either the allowance method or direct write off method
Calculate depreciation using different depreciation methods including straight line depreciation, double declining balance, & units of production depreciation
Record payroll transactions and calculate net pay and income tax withholding
Record transaction specific to partnerships including methods to allocate net income to the partners, adding a new partner, and a partner leaving or selling a partnership interest
Record transaction specific to a corporation including selling capital stock, selling preferred stock, buying treasury stock, issuing cash dividends, and issuing stock dividends
Record transactions related to the issuance of bonds
Record transactions related to notes payable. Learn to create an amortization table.
Construct a statement of cash flows using the direct method and indirect method. We go into more detail about best practices to construct a statement of cash flows than any other course we have seen


  • This course is an excellent course for beginners as well as advanced learners. We start from the basics and move all the way through financial accounting topics in a systematic way. We will be using some Microsoft Excel worksheet, but we will start off slow as we learn Excel as well. If you do not have Excel, you may be able to open the files using Google Sheets, which is free. If you do not have either of these options, you can move forward without this component of the course. However, Excel worksheets are where learners get to really engage with the material and work through problems. Therefore, we do suggest getting access to Excel or Google Sheets at all possible.

Target Audience

  • Aspiring accounting students who have an interest in the topic
  • Accounting professionals
  • Anyone who whats to learn accounting
  • Accounting and business students who want a reference source to the material they can actually keep, unlike most digital textbooks used in most accounting programs these days
  • Business professional who want a comprehensive reference to standard financial accounting topics they can refer to

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