The course is designed to give an opportunity to the undergraduate student to get acquainted with Tally Accounting Software. This course caters to the vocational needs of the students and is concurrent with the syllabus covered by the Universities.
The course covers basics of accountancy which covers the entire accounting cycle of the business environment. It is focused on understanding and learning of basic accounting terms, accounting principles, concepts and conventions, double entry system, modes of accounting and preparation of financial statements. The course also covers an introduction to various types of business organizations, accounting on computers, Tally fundaments which includes learning of Tally features and its functionality. To bring ease in getting functional with Tally, sample data processing and its report generation will also be taught to the students as part of this course.
Excel is an electronic spreadsheet that enables you to create worksheets for data entry, make calculations and manage a database. Excel is also a useful tool when preparing graphs detailing the results of calculations. Excel supports many types of financial, statistical and logical calculations. Excel is easy to use; it has helpful tools that effectively and quickly perform calculations that may have seemed impossible.
Individuals who wish to gain in-depth knowledge of working with MS Excel
|Microsoft Office is an integration of Applications, servers and services. MS Word is used for preparation of documents, MS Excel is used for analysis and calculation purposes, MS PowerPoint for preparing presentations, MS Access is used for maintaining database, while MS Outlook is used for communication|
The course aims at teaching the programming logic and core language of C‘C in Practice’ provides a strong insight into the C language. The course not only provides working knowledge of the C language but also equips students with a solid foundation in programming basics.
Object-oriented programming has brought about a great change in the way software is developed. The goal of object-oriented programming is to make programmers clearer to understand, more reliable and easier to maintain. Object-oriented concepts give software development a new insight because they help look at applications from the real-life point-of-view instead of just in terms of data types and functions. By the end of this course, the student is exposed to object-oriented programming concepts and programming
Students and working professionals wishing to gain expertise in C++ programming language. This course is also beneficial for engineering and science students who require knowledge of C++ programming as a part of their syllabus