🇮🇳 Accounting For All (Urdu/Hindi) – Accounting Made Easy

🇮🇳 Accounting For All (Urdu/Hindi) - Accounting Made Easy

Accounting For All (Urdu/Hindi) – Accounting Made Easy

Accounting’s major fundamental topics explained in the simplest manner. Each topic from beginner to advanced.

Language: urdu

Note: 4.7/5 (18 notes) 780 students

Instructor(s): Syed Ibrahim Ali

Last update: 2022-02-18

What you’ll learn

  • #1 Accounting Course on Udemy for Urdu/Hindi students
  • Truly have a great understanding of your accounting fundamentals instead of just learning how to score marks
  • 8 of the most major accounting topics covered in-depth – From Basic to Advanced
  • Learn an acronym that will help you always be 100% correct while preparing journal entries
  • You will learn how to answer any type of exam question that can be tested on the topics covered
  • Learn how to use ratios to make better business & investment decisions
  • Be able to calculate various ratios and be able to easily interpret how well the firm has been performing financially.
  • Cover the theoretical aspects of each topic to further enhance your understanding.

 

Requirements

  • Have access to a working computer & internet
  • No prior accounting experience needed. We’ll start everything from scratch.

 

Description

This course is for anyone that wants to feel comfortable with the fundamentals of accounting. I created this course in Urdu/Hindi since I felt like there aren’t many courses of high quality available for accounting in this language on Udemy.

I am constantly looking for ways on how I can make my lectures as simple as possible for my students and I truly believe you won’t find any course on Udemy with an easier explanation on such major accounting topics than this one right here. 


Here are the topics that will be covered in this course:

  • Debits & Credits, Journal Entries, & T-Accounts

  • Trial Balance

  • Income Statement

  • Statement of Financial Position (Balance Sheet)

  • Statement of Cash Flows

  • Depreciation & Disposal of Non-current Assets

  • Bad debts, Bad debts recovered & Provision for doubtful debts

  • Ratio Interpretation


I have tried my best to cover everything that can be tested on these topics in your exams. From practicing different level of exam questions to addressing any theoretical question that can be tested on the topic.

I have a much different approach to teaching accounting compared to how other tutors normally would. With every topic I teach, I ensure that my students understand the logic behind why we doing something rather than just teaching them how to score marks.

While I feel very confident that I have done a good job covering each topic thoroughly, if you still feel like I have left anything out then just let me know what it is and I’ll either add another video on it in my course or explain it to you personally. So you really have absolutely nothing to worry. Plus, you always have the 30-days money-back guarantee so you have nothing to lose!


You will get: 

  • Lifetime access to the course

  • Course notes containing

    – Questions and answers for every topic we cover

    – Accounting glossary

    – Formulas to all the different types of ratios that we will be practicing

  • Quizzes

  • Additional tips on how to excel further in a topic

  • 30-days money-back guarantee

 

Who this course is for

  • Anyone interested in being comfortable with the fundamentals of accounting.
  • O-Level or IGCSE / A-Level / CBSE / Matric students wanting to ace their exams by practicing questions and understanding the theoretical aspects of major accounting topics.
  • ACCA / CA students that want to make their accounting core strong.
  • Anyone that wants to improve accounting skills for job opportunities, career growth etc.
  • Anyone that wants to make better investment or business decisions by truly understanding financial ratios

 

Course content

  • Introduction
    • Introduction: Why take this course?
    • Course Notes
  • Debits & Credits, Journal Entries, & T-accounts
    • Why start with debits & credits?
    • What are debits & credits?
    • The mnemonic that will make debits & credits easy for you
    • Understanding Journal Entries – The What & Why
    • Preparing Journal Entries
    • Journal Entries – A step by step recap
    • Journal Entry
    • What is a T-account
    • This is how we create T-accounts
    • Preparing T-accounts
    • Preparing T-accounts using an alternate method
    • Additional Tips #1 of 4: Practicing Questions
  • Trial Balance
    • Trial Balance – Overview
    • Understanding Trial Balance – The What & Why
    • Trial Balance – General Format
    • Solving a basic trial balance question
    • Solving an advanced trial balance question
    • Additional Video – O-level Examiner’s Comments
    • Trial Balance FAQs – Theory questions tested in exams
    • Trial Balance
  • Income Statement – Financial Statement (1 off 3)
    • Income Statement – Overview
    • Understanding Income Statement – The What & Why
    • Income Statement – General Format
    • Preparing Income Statement – Basic Question
    • Preparing Income Statement – Advanced Question
    • Income Statement FAQs
    • Income Statement
  • Balance Sheet (SOFP) – Financial Statement (2 off 3)
    • Balance Sheet (SOFP) – Overview
    • Understanding Balance Sheet (SOFP) – The What & Why
    • The Basic Accounting Equation
    • Balance Sheet (SOFP) – General Format
    • Preparing Balance Sheet (SOFP) – Basic Question
    • Preparing Balance Sheet (SOFP) – Advanced Question
    • Additional Tips #2 of 4: Inventory in SOFP vs Trial Balance
  • Statement of Cash Flows – Financial Statement (3 off 3)
    • Statement of Cash Flows – Overview
    • Understanding Statement of Cash Flows – The What & Why
    • The 3 Types of Activities in SOCF
    • Statement of Cash Flows – General Format
    • Preparing Statement of Cash Flows – Direct Method
    • Preparing Statement of Cash Flows – Indirect Method
    • Bonus Video – Key to success in SOCF
    • Statement of Cash Flow
  • Depreciation & the Disposal of Non-Current Assets
    • Depreciation & Disposal of Non-current Assets – Overview
    • The concept of depreciation in accounting
    • Understanding Straight-line Method Depreciation
    • Understanding Reducing Balance Method Depreciation
    • Disposal of Non-current Assets
    • Straight-line Method – Preparing asset account
    • Straight-line Method – Preparing provision for depreciation account
    • Straight-line Method – Preparing disposal account
    • Reducing Balance Method – Preparing depreciation & disposal accounts
    • Depreciation & Disposal of NCAs – FAQs
    • Depreciation & Disposal of Non-Current Assets
  • Bad debts, Bad debts recovered, & Provision for doubtful debts
    • Bad Debts & Provision for doubtful debts – Overview
    • Understanding Bad debts & Bad debts recovered
    • Understanding Provision for doubtful debts
    • How to create journal entries relating to bad debts
    • Preparing Bad debts account
    • Preparing Bad debts recovered account
    • Preparing Provision for doubtful debts account
    • Bad debts FAQs – Accounting principles applied in provision for doubtful debts
    • Bad debts FAQs – How can firms reduce bad debt expense
  • Ratio Interpretation
    • Ratios & Interpretation – Overview
    • Why are ratios so important
    • How to Evaluate Ratios
    • Profitability Ratios – Gross Profit & Net Profit Margin
    • Profitability Ratios – Return on Assets, Equity, & Capital Employed
    • Calculating Return on Assets, Equity, & Capital Employed
    • Why is ROCE better than ROE
    • Why calculate liquidity ratios
    • Liquidity Ratios – Current & Quick
    • Why quick ratio is better than current ratio
    • Operating Cash Flow ratio & Calculating liquidity ratios
    • Gearing Ratios – Debt-to-Equity ratio
    • How to Evaluate debt-to-equity ratio
    • Debt vs Equity – How should a business be financed
    • Gearing Ratio – Interest Cover
    • How to Calculate Debt-to-Equity & Interest Cover Ratio
    • Additional Tips #3 of 4: Interest Cover is expressed in ‘times’
    • Efficiency Ratios – Asset Turnover
    • Efficiency Ratios – Accounts Receivable & Payable Days
    • Efficiency Ratios – Inventory Turnover
    • How to Calculate Efficiency Ratios
    • Valuation Ratios – Earnings Per Share
    • Valuation Ratios – Price Earnings Ratio & Calculating EPS and PER ratio
    • Why interpreting ratios is so important
    • Additional Video – How to save time during longer videos
    • Ratio Interpretation – Profitability (Part 1/2)
    • Ratio Interpretation – Profitability (Part 2/2)
    • Ratio Interpretation – Liquidity
    • Ratio Interpretation – Gearing
    • Ratio Interpretation – Efficiency
    • Ratio Interpretation – Valuation
    • Ratio Interpretation – Writing a conclusion
    • Additional Tips #4 of 4: How to interpret ratios (Recap)
  • Conclusion
    • Congratulations!

 

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