ABOUT THIS COURSE

This is a Beginner course of Tally.ERP covering the topics Basics of Accounting and Inventory in Tally. This course is designed to handle accounts in simple. Whether you are a fresh holder in the field of accounts, you are in the right platform to learn the course Tally.ERP 9 Beginner. YOU CAN REGISTER FOR THE COURSE NOW.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Course includes 13 Accounting chapters and 8 Inventory Chapters, and Course contains 54 Demos in Accounting and 33 Demos in Inventory. This will take about 3 Hours. This is a paid course..

WHAT AM I GOING TO GET FROM THIS COURSE

After learning Tally.ERP 9 Course you will get and understand about Functional parts of Tally, ledgers and groups in Tally, voucher entries in Tally, Financial Statements and Accounting Books & Registers, Basics of Inventory, Inventory Masters, Purchase Procedure, Sales Procedure, Special Vouchers, Invoicing, Inventory Books and Reports and Voucher Types..

PREREQUISITES

You will need to have a Note Book and Pen to write Tally. ERP 9 Notes. Tally.ERP 9 Series A Release 5.0 is required. Download it from the following link http://www.tallysolutions.com/downloads/EarlierVerofTallyDownload.html.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Enrollment is required for All Commerce Students, Accountants, and Business Men and related to all commerce persons..

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Fundamentals of Tally.ERP 9
Lesson Objectives
History of Tally.ERP 9
Modules in Tally.ERP 9
Salient Features of Tally.ERP 9
Technological Advantages
Products of Tally
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 2: Installation of Tally.ERP 9
Lesson Objectives
Install Tally.ERP 9 from CD
Tally.ERP 9 Startup (Edu. Version)
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 3: Getting Functional with Tally.ERP 9
Lesson Objectives
Tally.ERP 9 Start – up
Tally.ERP 9 Screen Components
Use of ‘Alt’ and ‘Ctrl’ Buttons
Using Calculator in Tally.ERP 9
Quitting Tally.ERP 9
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 4: Creating Company
Lesson Objectives
Company in Tally.ERP 9
Gateway of Tally
Create another Company – National Traders
Shut a Company
Select a Company in Tally.ERP 9
Alter a Company
Delete a Company
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 5: Working with Ledgers and Groups
Lesson Objectives
What are Groups and Ledgers?
Groups and Ledgers in Tally.ERP 9
Creating a Ledger in Tally.ERP 9
Creating Multiple Ledgers in Tally.ERP 9
Display & Alter Ledger
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 6: Voucher Entry in Tally.ERP 9
Lesson Objectives
Voucher in Tally.ERP 9
Entering a Voucher in Tally.ERP 9
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 7: Payment, Receipt and Contra Voucher
Lesson Objectives
Payment Voucher
Entering a Payment Voucher
Entering Voucher in Single Entry Mode
Payment Voucher for Bank Transactions
Receipt Voucher
Receipt Voucher for Cash Transactions.
Receipt Voucher for Bank Transactions
Contra Voucher
Examples for Contra Voucher
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 8: Sales Voucher and Purchase Voucher
Lesson Objectives
Sales
Entering a Sales Voucher
Entering Sales Transactions in Tally.ERP 9
Purchase
Entering a Purchase Voucher
Entering Purchase Transactions in Tally.ERP 9
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 9: Journal Voucher
Lesson Objectives
Journal Voucher
Entering Journal Transactions in Tally.ERP 9
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 10: Debit Note and Credit Note
Lesson Objectives
Debtors and Creditors
Debit Note and Credit Note
Situations where Debit Note and Credit Notes are used
Activating Debit Note and Credit Note
Entering a Debit Note
Entering a Credit Note
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 11: Day Book and Ledgers
Lesson Objectives
Accountant using Tally.ERP 9
Day Book
Generate Day Book in Tally.ERP 9
Display / Alter / Delete a Voucher
Ledger
View Ledger in Tally.ERP 9
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 12: Accounting Books & Registers
Lesson Objectives
Introduction
Cash Book
Bank Book
Purchase Register
Sales Register
Journal Registers
Statistics
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 13: Financial Statements ( Print / Export / E-mail )
Lesson Objectives
Financial Statements
Trial Balance
Profit & Loss A/c
Balance Sheet
Ratio Analysis
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 14: Basics of Inventory
Lesson Objectives
Stock Group.
Stock Categories
Stock Item
Godowns
Units of Measure
Standard Cost and Price
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 15: Inventory Masters
Lesson Objectives
Stock Group
Create Multiple Stock Group
Display, Alter and Delete a Stock Group
Unit of Measurement
Create Compound Unit of Measure
Display, Alter and Delete a Unit of Measure
Creating Stock Categories
Creating Multiple Stock Categories
Display, Alter and Delete a Stock Category
Creating Godowns
Creating Multiple Godowns
Display and Alter a Godown
Creating Stock Item
Create multiple Stock Items
Creating a Stock Item in Advanced Mode
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 16: Purchase Procedure
Lesson Objectives
Introduction
Activating Inventory Vouchers
Entering Inventory Vouchers
Entering Inventory Vouchers (with Standard Rates)
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 17: Sales Procedure
Lesson Objectives
Introduction
Activating Inventory Vouchers
Entering Inventory Vouchers
Entering Inventory Vouchers (with Standard Rates)
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 18: Special Vouchers
Lesson Objectives
Stock Journal
Example - Stock Journal
Physical Stock Verification
Physical Stock Voucher
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 19: Invoicing
Lesson Objectives
Voucher Mode and Invoice Mode
Item Invoice and Account Invoice.
Enabling Invoice mode in Tally
Entering Sales Transaction in Invoice Mode
Entering Sales Invoice with Discount
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 20: Inventory Books and Reports
Lesson Objectives
Introduction
Stock Summary
Other Inventory Reports
Movement Analysis
Ageing Analysis
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 21: Creating a New Voucher
Lesson Objectives
Predefined Vouchers
Display Voucher Type
Altering a Voucher Type
Creating a Voucher Type
Frequently asked questions
Exam
Section 22: Final Exam
Final Exam
Frequently asked questions
Exam

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