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Accounting Basics - A Complete Study

A - Z Guide for learning the Basics of Accountancy

Students Enrolled : 1
Total lectures : 197

What will I learn from this course?

  • Understand need and importance of Accounting

  • Understand Book Keeping, Objectives and Advantages

  • Understand Accounting Process, Accounting Cycle

  • Understand Users of Accounting Information

  • Understand Branches of Accounting

  • Understand Basic Accounting Terms

  • Understand Accounting Assumptions, Concepts and Principles

  • Understand Rules of Accounting

  • Understand Journal, Ledger, Trial Balance and Final Accounts Preparation


  • No basic knowledge is required

  • Students can approach this course with fresh mind

Who is the target audience?

  • Anyone interested in Learning Accountancy

  • Accounting / Finance / Science Students

  • Entrepreneurs


Welcome to one of the comprehensive ever course on Accounting Basics.

This course starts from "What is Accounting", "Need for Accounting" to various Practical aspects in Accounting with Case Studies. Enjoy lectures for each and every concept in accounting presented in digital hand written format and excel based presentation followed by Solved Case Studies Video.

A Complete Study Course! This is one of the comprehensive course in Fundamentals of Accounting covering theory as well as practice. 

In this course, you will learn Fundamentals of Accounting, step by step covering the following: 

  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Book Keeping
  • Accounting – Objectives and Process
  • Accountancy, Accounting and Book Keeping
  • Technical Terms in Accounting
  • Accounting Assumptions, Concepts and Principles
  • Double Entry System
  • Basic Accounting Procedures
  • Rules for Debit and Credit
  • Journalizing Process
  • Ledger
  • Subsidiary Books covering Sales and Purchases Books
  • Purchase Returns and Sales Returns Books
  • Cash Book
  • Bills of Exchanges and Related Books
  • Journal Book / Journal Proper
  • Trial Balance 
  • Errors in Accounting 
  • Case Studies in rectification of errors
  • Bank Reconciliation Statement
  • Final Accounts
  • Accounts from Incomplete Records (Single Entry System)
  • Accounting for Partnership - Admission of New Partner
  • Accounting for Partnership - Retirement of Partner
  • Company Accounts I
  • Company Accounts II
  • Comprehensive Quiz

This course is structured in self paced learning style. Video lectures are used for delivering the course content. 

Take this course to create strong foundation in fundamentals of accountancy.

Course Curriculum

  • Introduction 1m 18s
  • Need and Importance of Accounting 4m 54s
  • Book Keeping and objectives 4m 13s
  • Advantages of Book Keeping 5m 40s
  • Accounting and Objectives 4m 20s
  • Accounting Process 5m 56s
  • Accounting Cycle 3m 24s
  • Accountancy Accounting Book keeping 1m 22s
  • Relationship Between Accountancy, Accounting 1m 42s
  • Difference Between Accounting 2m 22s
  • Users of Accounting Information 3m 58s
  • Branches of Accounting 2m 05s
  • Transaction 3m 19s
  • Capital 1m 35s
  • Assets 1m 58s
  • Liabilities 1m 06s
  • Drawings 0m 26s
  • Debtors and Creditors 2m 25s
  • Purchase Sales and returns 2m 33s
  • Voucher and Invoice 1m 34s
  • Account 1m 05s
  • Basic Assumptions in Accounting 5m 13s
  • Basic Concepts in Accounting 8m 16s
  • Fundamental Principles of Accounting 6m 30s
  • Double Entry System Introduction 3m 15s
  • Double Entry Features 2m 04s
  • Classification of Accounts 6m 17s
  • Eg for classification of accounts 5m 56s
  • Golden Rules of accounting 1m 56s
  • Basic Accounting Procedures 2m 25s
  • Cash Memo and Invoice 3m 25s
  • Receipt 1m 12s
  • Debit and Credit Notes 2m 28s
  • Pay in Slip and Cheque 4m 07s
  • Voucher 0m 46s
  • Accounting Equation 3m 20s
  • Accounting Equation simple eg 3m 31s
  • Rules for Debiting and Crediting 7m 10s
  • Debit Credit Rule 6m 39s
  • Books of Original Entry 3m 45s
  • Steps in Journalising 7m 55s
  • Journalising Comprehensive Examples 14m 24s
  • Capital and Drawings 4m 58s
  • Bank Account Transactions 7m 45s
  • Accounting entry for Capital Contribution 7m 11s
  • Accounting entry for Cash Receipt 3m 06s
  • Accounting Entry for Cash Payment 2m 13s
  • Acccounting Entry for cash Sales 2m 14s
  • Accounting Entry for Banking Transaction 2m 17s
  • Accounting Enrty for Drawings Case Study 2m 37s
  • Accounting Entry for Cash Purchase 2m 29s
  • Accounting Entry for Credit Purchase 2m 55s
  • Accounting Entry for Cheque receipt 2m 08s
  • Accounting Entry for Cheque receipt and deposit 2m 02s
  • Accounting Entry for commission Income 2m 01s
  • Accounting Entry for Credit Sales 2m 37s
  • Accounting Entry for Drawings 6m 37s
  • Accounting Entry for Payment through Cheque 2m 04s
  • Accounting Entry for Purchase Return 2m 40s
  • Accounting Entry for Salary in cash 1m 54s
  • Accounting Entry for Sales Return 2m 55s
  • Compound Entry 6m 13s
  • Compound Journal Entry 4m 25s
  • Compound Journal Entry Case Study 7m 51s
  • Ledger 4m 12s
  • Utility of Ledger 4m 45s
  • Ledger Format 7m 26s
  • Ledger for real personal nominal accounts 6m 53s
  • Posting and Procedure 4m 12s
  • Ledger Case Study 1 5m 12s
  • Ledger Case Study 2 14m 13s
  • Posting Openign Entry in Ledger 3m 45s
  • Balancing an Account 8m 18s
  • Balancing of Different Accounts 3m 22s
  • Procedure for Balancing 5m 40s
  • Difference between Journal and Ledger 3m 54s
  • Subsidiary Books need and advantage 9m 44s
  • Purchase Book 5m 19s
  • Case Study on Purchase Book 7m 24s
  • Sales Book 2m 54s
  • Sales Book Case Study 6m 54s
  • Return Books 2m 42s
  • Purchase Return Book 4m 47s
  • Purchase Return Book Case Study 05m 17s
  • Sales Return Book 3m 14s
  • Sales Return Book Case Study 5m 30s
  • Cash Book 5m 45s
  • Kinds of Cash Book 0m 45s
  • Single Column Cash Book 06m 03s
  • Case Study Single Column Cash Book 08m 10s
  • Double Column Cash Book with Disc Column 02m 24s
  • Case Study Double Column Cash Book with Discount Colum 05m 45s
  • Double Colum Cash Book with Bank Column 06m 58s
  • Case Study Double Column Cash Book with Bank Column 13m 42s
  • Key Points in Cash Book 8m 14s
  • Triple Column Cash Book 2m 24s
  • Case Study Triple Column Cash Book 10m 48s
  • Bill of Exchange 6m 03s
  • BoE Technical Terms Part I 5m 13s
  • BoE Technical Terms Part II 4m 45s
  • BoE Technical Terms Part III 3m 06s
  • Bills Books 2m 44s
  • Trial Balance 6m 35s
  • Methods and formats of Trial Balance 4m 50s
  • Trial Balance Case Study 7m 37s
  • Errors in Accounting 4m 23s
  • Error of Principle 4m 03s
  • Error of Omission 4m 06s
  • Error of Commission 7m 04s
  • Compensating Errors 2m 11s
  • Errors and Trial Balance 3m 03s
  • Case Study on Errors and effect on Trial Balance 18m 06s
  • Steps to Locate Errors 4m 07s
  • Suspense Account 3m 01s
  • Case Study Suspense Acount 3m 46s
  • Rectification of Errors 7m 38s
  • Case Study 1 Rectification of Errors 3m 37s
  • Case Study 2 Rectification of Errors 5m 39s
  • Case Study 3 Rectification of Errors 6m 54s
  • Case Study 4 Rectification of Errors 10m 55s
  • Case Study 5 Rectification of Errors 3m 59s
  • Case Study 6 Rectification of Errors - Copy 3m 12s
  • Case Study 7 Rectification with Suspense AC 8m 56s
  • Cash Book and Bank Book 4m 02s
  • Bank Pass Book 4m 04s
  • Difference between Bank Book and Pass Book 6m 29s
  • Bank Reconciliation Statement 6m 17s
  • Importance of BRS 1m 50s
  • Causes for Disagreement 1m 47s
  • 1st Disagreement cheque paid not collected 2m 04s
  • 2nd Disagreement cheque issued not presented 3m 49s
  • 3rd Disagreement Amount directly credit by Bank w/o knowledge of company 3m 07s
  • 4th Disagreement Amount directly Debited by Bank w/o knowledge of company 3m 39s
  • Bank Overdraft 1m 50s
  • Overview of Bank Reconciliation Statement 1m 50s
  • Procedure for preparing Bank Reconciliation Statement 10m 37s
  • Format of Bank Reconciliation Statement 8m 44s
  • Introduction To Final Accounts 17m 41s
  • Adjustments - Outstanding and Prepaid Expenses 9m 39s
  • Adjustments - Accrued Income and Income Received in Advance 15m 43s
  • Adjustments - Interest on Capital and Drawings 15m 17s
  • Adjustments - Depreciation 4m 49s
  • Adjustments - Bad Debts 3m 51s
  • Adjustments - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts 5m 30s
  • Adjustments - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts and Discount on Debtors 8m 42s
  • Adjustments - Provision for Discount on Debtors 4m 17s
  • Case Study 1 - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts 18m 59s
  • Case Study 2 - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts 9m 31s
  • Case Study 3 - Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts 7m 10s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 1 26m 14s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 2 25m 09s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 3 20m 33s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 4 23m 05s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 5 3m 13s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 6 3m 46s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 7 3m 26s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 8 3m 47s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 9 3m 12s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 10 4m 46s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 11 4m 59s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 12 4m 06s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 13 1m 36s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 14 2m 30s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 15 1m 54s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 16 3m 26s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 17 3m 52s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 18 5m 18s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 19 9m 18s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 20 4m 26s
  • Final Accounts Case Study 21 5m 39s
  • Introduction to Incomplete Records 3m 12s
  • Features of Single Entry System of Accounting 2m 17s
  • Limitations of single entry system 3m 21s
  • Difference between single entry and double entry 4m 20s
  • Methods for finding profits 1m 40s
  • Statement of Affairs Method 5m 12s
  • Conversion Method 2m 04s
  • Calculation of Missing Figures 3m 20s
  • Single Entry Case Study 1 4m 53s
  • Single Entry Case Study 2 2m 55s
  • Single Entry Case Study 3 3m 18s
  • Single Entry Case Study 4 3m 18s
  • Single Entry Case Study 5 2m 13s
  • Single Entry Case Study 6 6m 47s
  • Single Entry Case Study 7 5m 07s
  • Single Entry Case Study 8 4m 01s
  • Single Entry Case Study 9 7m 11s
  • Single Entry Case Study 10 5m 57s
  • Single Entry Case Study 11 4m 39s
  • Single Entry Case Study 12 6m 55s
  • Single Entry Case Study 13 9m 04s
  • Computation of Total Purchases Case Study 3m 45s
  • Computation of Total Sales Case Study 3m 47s
  • Accounting Equation Case Study1 3m 19s
  • Accounting Equation Case Study 2 13m 44s
  • Golden Rule of Accouting 3m 19s

About Tutor

Ca Raja Natarajan
Course: 10
Students: 11

I am a practicing 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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