DIA

DIA Course

Diploma in Accountancy

Often referred to as the “Language of Business”, Accounting is used to communicate an organization’s financial and economic information to shareholders and creditors. Accounting is one of the most indispensable skill sets and a recession-proof profession, as industries and businesses require high-level accounting skills to provide accurate financial information for decision-making.

The Diploma in Accountancy equips students with accounting, business, management, taxation, audit, corporate finance, and business law with the aim of producing career-ready graduates who also have an excellent foundation to pursue further studies either at Bachelors/Professional level.

Course Outline

  • FIRST QUARTER
  • SECOND QUARTER
  • THIRD QUARTER
  • FOURTH QUARTER

FIRST QUARTER: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

  1. Introduction to Accounting
  2. Journal
  3. Ledger
  4. Cash Transaction / Cash Book
  5. Bank Reconciliation Statement
  6. Financial Statement 

SECOND QUARTER: ADVANCED ACCOUNTING

  1. Financial Statement with Adjustment
  2. The account of Non- Trading Concern
  3. Partnership Accounts (Appropriation of Profit and Loss
  4. Depreciation

THIRED QUARTER: COST ACCOUNTING

  1. Introduction of Cost Accounting
  2. Financial Statement, The basis of Planning and control
  3. The Cost Accounting System, Design and Operation
  4. Job Order Costing
  5. Process Costing, Cost of Production Report
  6. The Role of Financial Management
  7. The Business, Tax, and Financial Management
  8. Cash and Marketable Securities Management
  9. The Capital Market
  10. Long Term Debts

FOURTH QUARTER: QUICK BOOKS

  • Quick Books ( Project Based)
  • Proposal Writing
  • Business Plan Writing
  • Resume Writing
  • Letter writing