Curriculum Accountancy Senior Secondary NIOS


SYLLABUS

 

ACCOUNTANCY

 

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1.         RATIONALE

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Accountancy is an important language of business. Its knowledge has become indispensable for recording and analysing business transactions, interpreting the business results thereof and initiating future action.

 

The highlights of this course include:

a)      the knowledge of principles and practices of financial accounting;

b)      the preparation of financial statements of Trading and Non-Trading Organisations.

c)      the detailed knowledge of Accounting Vouchers prepared by business concerns;

d)      the promotion of knowledge about Savings A/c, Cash Book, Pass Book, etc.

e)      the provision of elementary knowledge of Computers in Accounting (to be introduced later on)

 

The modules one to seven (Core Modules) have been considered essential for all learners to study. However, the learners are expected to opt for any one module out of two optional modules depending on his/her interests.

 

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OBJECTIVES

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This course aims at enabling the learners to:

 

develop skills of recording business transactions, maintaining accounts and interpreting the results thereof.

-         develop skills to prepare Accounting Vouchers to increase competence for employment.

-         join higher stream of accounting education.

-         join professional Courses in Accounting Stream.

 

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DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS

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S.No.

Core Modules

Marks Time (Hrs)

1.

Introduction to Financial Accounting

6

17

2.

Accounting terms, Accounting

6

16

 

 

equation and Journal

 

 

3.

Voucher Approach in Accounting

12

40

4.

Bank Reconciliation Statement

6

15

5.

Financial Statements

15

30

6.

Partnership Accounts

20

45

7.

Accounting for Share Capital

15

52

 

Total

80

195

 

Choose any one out of two

 

 

 

Modules 8 to 9

 

 

8.

Analysis of Financial Statements

 

45

9.

Final Accounts of Non-Trading Organisation

20

 

 

Total

100

240

 

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PAPER SETTERS AND LEARNERS

 

APPLICATION:

 

Paper setters may set questions asking journal entries for marks not exceeding 20. Such questions can be from one topic or combination of topics.

 

Module 1. Introduction to Financial Accounting                              6 Marks

 

Approach

 

This module has been designed to introduce Accounting to learners. This module will familiarise the learners with Basic Assumptions, Concepts and Conventions of

 

Accounting.

 

Prerequisite Knowledge

 

General idea of profit or loss, transactions.

 

Content Units

 

Unit 1. Accounting-An Introduction

 

Business transactions, Book-keeping, Accounting and its branches.

 

Nature, functions and objectives of Financial Accounting.

 

Unit 2. Accounting Assumptions:

 

Meaning,  Assumptions:  Business  Entity,  Money  Measurement,  Going  Concern  and

 

Periodicity.

 

Unit 3. Accounting Concepts

 

Meaning, concepts: Matching, Accrual, Realisation and Dual Aspect Concept.

 

Unit 4. Accounting Conventions

 

Meaning, Conventions: Consistency, Full disclosure, Materiality, Conservatism.

 

Module 2: Accounting Terms, Accounting Equation and Journal:             6 Marks

 

Approach

 

This module had been designed to familiarise the students with different accounting terms, accounting equation and journal approach to accounting. This will enable them, i) to prepare Accounting equation. ii) to make journal entires for business transactions.

 

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

 

Familiarity with items of merchandise and Mathematical equation.

 

Content Units

 

Unit 1. Accounting Terms

 

Meaning and significance of different Accounting terms like Assets, Liabilities, Capital, Revenues and Expenses.

 

Unit 2. Accounting Equation

 

Need of Accounting equation, Meaning and preparation of Accounting equation.

 

Unit 3. Rules of Accounting

 

Meaning of Accounts, Type of Accounts: Assets, Liabilities, Capital, Revenue and Expense, Rules of Debit and Credit on the basis of Accounting Equation.

 

Unit 4. Journal

 

Meaning, classification of journal into General journal and special journals (with examples). Incorporation of journal entries involving different accounts.

 

Unit 5: Cash Book

 

Meaning, types-Simple Cash Book, Two column Cash Book and Three column Cash Book.

 

Module 3 Voucher Approach in Accounting                                    12 Marks

 

Approach

 

This module has been designed to familiarise the learners with different types of accounting vouchers usually prepared by business concerns. This will enable the learners to prepare accounts.

 

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

 

Familiarity with cash memos, bills, house, Rent Receipt, Electricity bill, Telephone bill, etc.

 

Unit 1: Vouchers and their preparation

 

Meaning, usefulness and types of vouchers (Accounting Vouchers and Supporting Vouchers), preparation of Accounting Vouchers: Debit Voucher, Credit Voucher, Transfer Voucher.

 

Unit 2 Day Book and Subsidiary Day Books

 

Meaning Classification of Day Book: Simple Day Book, Day Book with a transfer column, Day Book with Bank and transfer column, Classification of Subsidiary Day Books: Purchases Day Book, Sales Day Book, Purchases Returns Day Book, Sales Returns Day Book.

 

Unit 3: Recording the vouchers into Day Books

 

Recording into Simple Day Book, Day Book with Transfer Column, Day-Book with Bank Column.

 

Unit 4: Recording the Vouchers into Subsidiary Day Books

 

Recording into Purchases Day Book, Sales Day Book, Sales Returns Day Book, Puchases Returns Day-Book..

 

Unit 5: Ledger Posting of Day Book

 

Meaning and format of Ledger, Posting the items from Day Book to Ledger A/cs.

 

Unit 6: Posting of Subsidiary Day Books

 

Posting the items from Subsidiary Day Books to Ledger A/cs.

 

Unit 7: Trial Balance

 

Meaning, objective and format of Trial Balance, Preparation of Trial Balance from Ledger balances.

 

Unit 8: Errors and their Rectification

 

Meaning of Accounting error, Classification of errors, Rectification of errors through journal and Accounting vouchers, Need and Preparation of Suspense A/c.

 

Module 4: Bank Reconciliation Statement                                                  6 Marks

 

Approach

 

This module has been designed to explain the reasons responsible for the differences between the balance shown by Cash Book and Pass Book.

 

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

 

Familiarity with Cash Book and Pass Book

 

Content Unit

 

Units 1: Bank Reconciliation Statement

 

Need, Meaning, reasons for difference between the balance of cash book and pass book, preparation.

 

Module 5: Financial Statements                                                       15 Marks

 

Approach

 

This module has been designed to explain to the learners the calculation of profit or loss during the accounting period. This also enables the learners to explain the financial position of the business on a particular date.

 

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

 

Familiarity with Accounting terms, Ledger Posting, Trial Balance etc

 

Content Units

 

Unit 1: Capital and Revenue

 

Classification of expenditure into Capital and Revenue (with examples), Calculation of Cost of Goods sold, Capital and Revenue receipts.

 

 

Unit 2: Preparation of Trading and Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet.

 

Need, format of Trading and Profit and Loss A/c., items to be recorded on the Debit and Credit Side of Trading and Profit and Loss A/c, Preparation of Trading and Profit and Loss A/c. Need, format of Balance Sheet, identification of Accounts to be written on liabilities and Assets side, Preparation of Balance sheet.

 

Unit 3: Preparation of Trading and Profit and Loss A/c and Balance Sheet (with adjustments).

 

Need for adjustments, adjustments regarding closing stock, Depreciation, Additional bad debts, Provision for Doubtful Debts, Outstanding expenses, Pre-paid expenses, Accrued income and unearned income, incorporation of Adjustments in Trading and Profit and Loss A/c and Balance Sheet.

 

Module 6 : Partnership Accounts                                                     20 Marks

 

Approach

 

This module has been designed to explain to the learners the accounting procedure regarding admission, retirement and death of a partner through journal and accounting vouchers. This also explains the valuation and recording of Goodwill and revaluation and realisation of assets and liabilities.

 

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

 

Familiarity with system of accounts

 

Content Units

 

Unit 1: Partnership-General

 

Meaning, Partnership Deed, Types of Partners, Capital Accounts.

 

Accounting Treatment of the following in the absence of Partnership Deed.

 

a)      Distribution of Profits

 

b)      Interest on Partner’s Loans

 

c)      Interest on Capital and Drawings

 

d)      Salary and Commission of Partner

 

Unit 2: Admission of Partner

 

Concept of Admission of Partner, Calculation of Profit sharing ratio, Revaluation of assets and liabilities, Goodwill: Meaning, Valuation and its recording, Adjustment

 

regarding Adjustments in Partners’ capital A/c, Preparation of Revaluation A/c, Partner’s Capital A/c and Balance Sheet from the given information.

 

Unit 3: Retirement and Death of a Partner

 

Meaning, Calculation of New Profit sharing ratio, calculation of Gaining ratio, Recording of goodwill, Revaluation of assets and liabilities, Accumulated reserves and profits, Adjustments regarding partners, Capital Accounts, Calculation of profit upto the date of death of a partner. Preparation of Relevant A./cs and Balance Sheet.

 

Unit 4: Dissolution of a Partnership Firm

 

(Excluding Insolvency of Partners)

 

Concept of Dissolution of partner and partnership firm, Realisation of asset and making payment of Liabilities, Treatment of unrecorded Assets and Liabilities, Preparation of Realisation A/c., Partner’s Capital A/c and Bank A/c.

 

Module 7: Accounting for Share Capital                                          15 Marks

 

Approach

 

This module has been designed to impart to the learners the knowledge of different types of shares as a source of finance and their accounting treatment through Accounting Vouchers and journal.

 

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

 

Familiarity with the company a form of business organisation.

 

Content Units

 

Unit 1: Joint Stock Company – An Introduction

 

Meaning, characteristics and kinds of companies, Shares (as a source of finance) and its types, kinds of shares capital.

 

Unit 2: Issue of Shares

 

At par, At discount (Sec. 79) and At Premium (Sec, 78), Share Application, Share Allotment and Share Calls, Calls in Arrears and Calls-in-Advance. Journal entries in the books of company, Preparation of Accounting Vouchers, Preparation of Share Capital A/c, Share Allotment A/c, Bank A/c and Calls A/c.

 

Unit 3: Forfeiture and Reissue of Forfeited Shares

 

Meaning of forfeiture, Accounting Treatment for forfeiture of shares issued at Par, discount and Premium, Accounting Treatment for reissue of forfeited shares originally issued at par, discount and premium.

 

Optional Modules

 

Module 8: Analysis of Financial Statements                                               20 Marks

 

Approach

 

This module has been designed to explain the different accounting ratios to enable the learners to prepare the statement of sources and uses of funds.

 

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

 

Familiarity with financial statements

 

Content Units

 

Unit 1: Ratio Analysis – An Introduction

 

Meaning of financial statements, Meaning and need for Analysis of financial statement.. Arithmetical and Accounting Ratio, Concept of Ratio Analysis, parties interested in Analysis of financial statement, Significance of Accounting Ratios.

 

Unit 2 : Accounting Ratios – I

 

Meaning, Significance and calculation of Liquidity and Turnover Ratios.

 

Unit 3 : Accounting Ratios – II

 

Meaning, significance and calculation of Gross Profit, Net Profit, Return on Investment and Debt-Equity Ratios.

 

Unit 4: Funds Flow Statement – I

 

Meaning, Need, Increase/decease in working capital by preparing Schedule of Changes in Working Capital, Funds from operation.

 

Unit 5: Funds Flow Statement – II

 

Preparation of Funds Flow Statement in ‘T’ form, Adjustments: Depreciation (including Provision for Depreciation), Sale and Purchase of fixed Asset.

 

Module 9: Final Accounts of Non-Trading Organisations                          20 Marks

 

Approach

 

This module has been designed to enable the learners to prepare final A/cs of Non-Trading Organisations.

 

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

 

Familiarity with

-         Educational Institutions, Clubs, Hospitals, etc.

 

-         Concepts of Receipts and Payments.

 

-         Concepts of Income and Expenditures.

 

Content Units

 

Unit 1: Accounts of Non-Trading Organisations-I

 

Meaning and characteristics, Receipts and Payments A/c; Meaning, Need, Preparation, Difference between Receipts and Payments A/c and Cash Book.

 

Unit 2: Accounts of Non-Trading Organisations-II

 

Income and Expenditure A/c: Meaning, Need, Preparation, Difference between Receipts and Payments A/c and Income and Expenditure A/c. Adjustments: Outstanding and Pre-paid expenses, Accrued and unearned Incomes, Subscriptions and Depreciation on Asset only. Preparation of Balance Sheet.



















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