Diploma in Advance Accounting (DAA)

From villages to small towns to big cities or from Desinama to Double entry to Tally accounting, accounting activities are carried on all over the world. Accounting is not a new concept here in India. Accounting can be treated as a basic activity in commerce field. Accounts are prepared mainly to know the results of transactions of specific periods. All other activities of determination of finance or determination of tax rely upon accounting results. For accounting knowledge B.com and M.com courses are available and it is also true that by doing such courses a person may get enough knowledge. But in this competitive field where accounting is not limited to double entry system, such kind of course will add professional attitude in accounting to compete with others and even to get promotion. This course will cover wide gamut of concepts, which is not normally embodied within the courses of B.com and M.com so a student doing such type of course along with his graduation will equip himself in this competitive world. Moreover accounting is not only limited to urban area so a person in rural area who has done such type of course can generate business opportunities specially in a situation when people in rural area sifting their way of accounting from Desinama to computerized way.

10 + 2

There will be 36 credits in total, contained within syllabus.

Sr No Name of Subject Subject CodeCredit
1 Basics of Accounting DAA-1 8
2 Analytical Accounting DAA-2 8
3 Accounting in Special Situation for Companies DAA-3 8
4 Developments in Accounts DAA-4 8

Constant Evaluation: (weightage– 30%)
Students will have to submit assignments given to them before the specified time limit.

Final Examination: (weightage– 70%)
Each student will have to appear for final examination at the end of the year and if he/she could not clear examination, they can appear in the next final examination subject to maximum of four trials. If the student cannot clear the examination in four trials then he/she will have to re-register them self for the course.

  • For the successful completion of the course, the student has to complete the assignments as well as Final examination with minimum scoring of 40% marks