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DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Concept: Tally 8.1, Tally 9.0, and Busy 3.4. Manually + computer
Eligibility Criteria: Minimum 10th Pass
Fee: 16000/- Per Semester and 1400/- Per Month Exam Fee 500/- Semester
Duration:One year
Syllabus:
- Meaning & Objective of book keeping and account
- Name of Book of Accounts.
- Details of Accounting Heads.
- Prop. Of Day book/ Cash book.
- Posting to ledger.
- Prop. Of Trial Balance.
- Trading Account.
- Profit and Loss Account.
- Balance Sheet.
- Prep. Of Voucher.
- Prep. Of Purchase/Sale bill.
- Sale Tax Return.
- Budget.
- For casting (10 yrs Trading Profit & Loss Balance Sheet)
- Depreciation and its method.
- Bank Reconciliation Statement.
- Journal Entries.
- Project Report.
- Bonus Statement

Certification in Computers Application.

Concept: Basic computer
Eligibility Criteria: Minimum 8th Pass
Fee: 2900/ and 400/- Per Month and Exam Fee 500/-
Duration:6 Month.
Syllabus:
- Knowing computer..
- Operating computer using GUI Based Operating system..
- Understanding word processing..
- Using spread sheet..
- Introduction to internet..
- Communication & collaboration..
- Making small presentation

Diploma in Mobile Repairing.

Concept: Mobile Repairing
Eligibility Criteria: Minimum 10th Pass.
Fee: 13500
Duration:6 months
Syllabus:
- Basic of Mobile communication.
- Tools& Instrument used in the mobile phone repairing.
- Various component use in mobile phone.
- Basic ports of mobile phone..
- Use of Multimeter..
- Use of Multimeter..
- Basic circuit Board..
- Assembling & Disassembling of different mobile phone..
- Soldering and disordering of Components Using Different mobile phone..
- Name of different Ic.
- Work with different Ic .
- Work on smd/Bga Ics and the PCB .
- Fault finding & troubleshooting..
- Jumpering Technique..

Diploma in Computer Hardware & Networking.

Concept: Computer Hardware and Networking
Eligibility Criteria: Minimum 12th Pass
Fee: 12000/-
Duration:One year
Syllabus:
- FUNDAMENTAL:- Data & Information ,Computer Architecture ,CPU & Memory Organization History of computer ,Generation of Computer. I/O Devices Number System ,Logic Gate ,LAN System..
- OPERRATING SYSTEM:-DOS, Windows..
- MS OFFICE:-Word, Excel, Power Point..
- INTERNET & HTML:- Fundamental, Browsing, Creating E-mail Accounting, Sending/Receiving E-mail etc..
- INTRODUCTION ALL INTERNAL DEVICES..
- INSTALLATION OF O/S AND APPLICATION SOFTWARE..
- COMPLETE INTRODUCTION & TROUBLESHOOTING..
- INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING COMPONENTS..
- DIAGNOSITIC TOOLS OF INTERNET & NETWORKING..

Diploma in beauty culture & Hair dressing.

Concept: Diploma in beauty culture & hair dressing.
Eligibility Criteria: Minimum 10th Pass
Fee: 16000/-
Duration:ONE YEAR
Syllabus:
1.1 Study of Hair
1.1.1 Definition of hair
1.1.2 Study of different textures of hair (dry, oily, normal,
dandruff)
1.2 Cosmetics of hair
1.2.1 Procedure for the use and preparation of shampoos,
dyes, oils, creams, and conditioners.
1.2.2 Developers and lotions used for the setting, cutting,
perming, straightening of different textures of hair.
1.3 Procedure for washing, shampooing and combing the
hair.
1.4 Hair dyes
1.4.1 Introduction of hair colour problems and remedies.
1.4.2 Difference between natural and fashion shades.
1.5 List of equipment used for hair cutting and styling
1.6 Histology of hair
1.6.1 Nutrients required for the nourishment of hair
1.7 Diseases of hair and their remedies through different
procedures by using herbal and cosmetic shampoos,
oils, conditioners etc
1.7.1 Falling of hair
1.7.2 Dandruff of hair
1.7.3 Whitening of hai
1.1 Study of different kinds of skin (dry, oily, acne,
problem skin) through
1.1.1 Herbal
1.1.2 Cosmetic method
1.2 Importance of vitamins for the nourishment of the
skin
1.2.1 Deficiencies of vitamins
1.2.2 Food sources of vitamins (which food source is
important for nourishment of skin)
1.3 List of equipment required for facial
1.4 Procedure for bleaching, types of bleach used for
different types of skins
1.5 Preparation and use of different types of oils and
creams used for facial
1.6 Procedure and preparation of different types of
masks
1.7 Procedure for making and applying wax
1.8 Procedure for applying steam
1.8.1 Advantages of steam for different kinds of skin
1.8.2 Effects and remedies
1.9 Procedure for removal of black and white heads
1.9.1 Effects and remedies
1.10 Cosmetics for skin
1.10.1 Study of different types of creams, oils, scrubs and
masks used for different types of skin
1.11 Diseases and remedies of skin
1.12 Advantages & disadvantages of facial massage
1.13 Manicure and pedicure
1.13.1 Importance
1.13.2 Requirement and procedure for manicure and
pedicure
1.13.3 List of equipment used in manicure and pedicure.
1.14 Health and Hygiene
1.14.1 Sterilize tools and equipment
1.14.2 Observe oral/ personal hygiene
1.14.3 Maintain workplace hygiene
1.14.4 Undertake proper disposal of cosmetic waste/ tool
and equipment
1.14.5 First Aid

DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER APPLICATION

Concept: .
Eligibility Criteria: 10TH PASS
Fee: 7000 P.A
Duration:ONE YEAR
Syllabus:
- Fundamental of computers.
-Knowing computer..
- Operating computer using GUI Based Operating system.
- Understanding word processing.
- Using spread sheet.
- Introduction to internet.
- Communication & collaboration.
- Making small presentation
-Tally ERP(Basic)
-Busy (Basic)

DIPLOMA IN BANKING AND ACCOUNTING

Concept: Module A – Basics of Business Mathematics Module B – Accounting in Banks/Branches Module C – Bank Accounting and Balance Sheet Module D – Other Accounts Module E – Computerized Accounting
Eligibility Criteria: 12TH PASS
Fee: 12000 /PA
Duration:ONE YEAR
Syllabus:
Module A – Basics of Business Mathematics

Calculation of Simple Interest and Compound Interest-Fixed and Floating Interest Rates – calculation of EMIs – Calculation of front end and back end interest -Calculation of Annuities – Calculation of provisions for NPA and risk weights for Basel II – Interest calculation using products /balances.

Amortization and Sinking Funds Bonds – Calculation of YTM – Duration – Bond Pricing – Premium and Discount – Bond valuation rules preliminary method, definition of debt, rules on compounding in respect of loan accounts, penal interest etc. Capital Budgeting – Discounted cash flow – net present value – pay back methods Depreciation – different types – methods of calculation Foreign Exchange Arithmetic for beginners.

Module B – Accounting in Banks/Branches

Definition & Scope and Accounting Standards – Nature and purpose of accounting; historical perspectives – Origins of accounting principles – accounting standards and its definition and Scope. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles – USA Transfer Price mechanism.

Basic Accountancy Procedures – Concepts of accountancy – entity going concern – double entry systems, Principles of conservatism – revenue recognition and realization – accrual and cash basis. Record keeping basics -account categories – debit and credit concepts – journalizing – Maintenance of Cash/ Subsidiary books and Ledger -Trial Balance – Adjusting and Closing entries – Day Book and General Ledger Posting

Module C – Bank Accounting and Balance Sheet

Rules for bank accounts, cash/clearing/transfer vouchers/system – subsidiary book and main day book – General Ledger -Branch v/s Bank Accounts Bank Balance Sheet Structure – accounts – categories -Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth Components. Accounting for NPA /Provisioning/Suit Filed Accounts Preparation of Final Accounts – Final Accounts of Banking Companies – Disclosure Requirements.

Module D – Other Accounts

Partnership accounts – partner’s fixed capital accounts – Current accounts – loan accounts – treatment of intangibles like goodwill – Admission/ retirement / death of partner – Company accounts – classes of Share Capital – issue/ forfeiture of Shares -issue of Bonus Shares Bank reconciliation statement – Capital & Revenue Expenditure/Depreciation/Inventory Valuation/Bill of Exchange / Consignment Account / Joint Venture – Special accounts – Leasing and Hire – Purchase Company accounts – Accounts of Non – Trading Concerns – Accounting from incomplete records – Receipts and Payments Account – Income and Expenditure Account. Ratio Analysis.

Module E – Computerized Accounting

Accounting in electronic environment – methods – procedures – security – rectification Core banking environment is to be highlighted. Standard books maintained for different accounts are to be shown as model.