Financial accounting – IITMandi

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Overview

This course is intended for first time students of financial accounting at undergraduate or graduate level or those who have been exposed to financials terms but haven’t had a chance to learn in a structured manner. Through well-curated content that progressively builds on conceptual learning, the course will enable a student to read and analyze financial statements of a business. The focus is to train the student on principles of accounting that drive preparation and presentation of financial statements. At the end of this course, a student will be able to understand how financial data is generated and how it can be converted into useful strategic information for stakeholders in a business.
INTENDED AUDIENCE :
Any Interested Learners
PREREQUISITES :None
INDUSTRIES SUPPORT :None

Syllabus

COURSE LAYOUT

Week 1:A primer on business organizations and need for accounting:
Lecture No:1.1 Introduction to Accounting
Lecture No:1.2 Key accounting terms: Assets, Liabilities, Income, Expenses
Lecture No:1.3 Tutorial: Key accounting terms: Assets, Liabilities, Income, Expenses
Lecture No:1.4 Accounting equation
Lecture No:1.5 Tutorial: Accounting equation
Lecture No:1.6 Type of businesses
Lecture No:1.7 Accounting as an information system
Lecture No:1.8 Walkthrough of financial statements
Lecture No:1.9 Accounting Principles: Income Statement
Lecture No:1.10. Accounting Principles II: Balance SheetWeek 2:Fundamentals of double entry system:
Lecture No:2.1 Debit and credit
Lecture No:2.2 Types of Accounts
Lecture No:2.3 Rules of debit and credit for types of accounts
Lecture No:2.4 Tutorial: Debit, credit and rules of debit and credit
Lecture No:2.5 Journal Entries IWeek 3:Accounting Cycle: Journal Entries:
Lecture No:2.6 Journal Entries II
Lecture No:2.7 Tutorial: Journal Entries
Lecture No:2.8 Tutorial: Journal Entries II
Lecture No:2.9 Tutorial: Journal Entries IIIWeek 4:Accounting cycle: Leger Posting and Trial Balance:
Lecture No:3.1 Ledger Posting
Lecture No:3.2 Tutorial
Lecture No:3.3 Balancing the accounts
Lecture No:3.4 Tutorial
Lecture No:3.5 Tutorial
Lecture No:3.6 Transferring balances to Trial Balance
Lecture No:3.7 Errors in preparation of trial balance, Identification of erros
Lecture No:3.8 Tutorial
Week 5:Output of Accounting cycle: Final Accounts:
Lecture No:4.1 Components of Final Accounts: Income Statement and Balance Sheet
Lecture No:4.2 Format and preparation of Trading account
Lecture No:4.3 Format and preparation of P&L account
Lecture No:4.4 Format and preparation of Balance Sheet
Lecture No:4.5 Preparing final accounts from Trial Balances
Lecture No:4.6 TutorialWeek 6:Output of Accounting cycle: Final Accounts II:
Lecture No:4.7 Adjustments to final account
Lecture No:4.8 Final accounts with adjustments
Lecture No:4.9 Tutorial
Lecture No:4.10. TutorialWeek 7:Cash Flow Statement:
Lecture No:5.1 Categorization of transactions
Lecture No:5.2 Tutorial
Lecture No:5.3 Quick look at Sample CFS
Lecture No:5.4 Preparation of Cash Flow from operating activities
Lecture No:5.5 Tutorial
Lecture No:5.6 Preparation of Cash Flow from investing activities
Lecture No:5.7 Tutorial
Lecture No:5.8 Preparation of Cash Flow from financing activities
Lecture No:5.9 TutorialWeek 8:Cash Flow Statement II:
Lecture No:5.10. Preparation of Cash Flow statement
Lecture No:5.11 Tutorial
Lecture No:5.12 Adjustments in Cash flow statement
Lecture No:5.13 Cash Flow statement with adjustments
Lecture No:5.14 Tutorial
Lecture No:5.15 Tutorial
Week 9:Analysis of Financial Statements:
Lecture No:6.1 Liquidity Ratios
Lecture No:6.2 Tutorial
Lecture No:6.3 Solvency Ratios
Lecture No:6.4 TutorialWeek 10:Analysis of Financial Statements II:
Lecture No:6.5 Profitability Ratios
Lecture No:6.6 Tutorial
Lecture No:6.7 Turnover Ratios
Lecture No:6.8 Tutorial
Lecture No:6.9 TutorialWeek 11:Cost Volume Profit Analysis:
Lecture No:7.1 Theoratical foundation for break even analysis
Lecture No:7.2 Graphical representation
Lecture No:7.3 Tutorial
Lecture No:7.4 Tutorial
Lecture No:7.5 TutorialWeek 12:Techniques for Inventory Accounting and Control:
Lecture No:8.1 Theoratical foundation for economic order quantity
Lecture No:8.2 Tutorial Lecture No:8.3 ABC analysis
Lecture No:8.4 Tutorial
Lecture No:8.5 Stock accounting: LIFO, FIFO
Lecture No:8.6 Tutorial

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