• E-Accountant with GST

Our courses offer a good compromise between the continuous assessment favoured by some universities and the emphasis placed on final exams by others.

E-Accountant with GST


    6 MONTHS


    120 HOURS





About Course

e-Accounting is composition of two words E and Accounting. E means electronic in which every record is in electronic form and not on paper. In current time e-Accounting plays an important role in every business organization of small and big scale in day to day life. In this electronic accounting system source documents and accounting records exist in digital form instead of on paper. It is an application of online and internet technologies to the business accounting function. e-Accounting course is new development in area of accounting.

There has been remarkable growth in this era of information and communication technology in business to support the exchange of data and information within and between organizations. This concept is opted at international level. There is large number of companies who started e-Accounting as a training programme. Institute offers students and professional who wish to curtail their burden of recording transactions on paper.

Now-a-days all institutions and organizations are in the favour of e-Accounting. All major accounting related to Bank Reconciliation, Management Information System (MIS), cash management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and credit management, financial statements are totally online. As India is a developing and agricultural country so it takes some time to reach this concept in rural areas. But day by day rural people are also interested learning and using new internet technologies for their holistic development. Now-a-days most of the banking transactions, railway ticket booking, and almost in every sphere of life there is rarely any area which is not available on internet.

e-Accounting course and classes involves performing regular accounting functions, accounting research and the-Accounting training and education through various computer based accounting tools such as: digital tools kits, international web-based materials, institute and company databases which are web links, internet based accounting software and electronic financial spreadsheet tools.

All these above important aspect of e-Accounting training course are really beneficial in life of students and professional who are working with computer to save their financial transactions or creating booking anything important. This course can really be useful for every age group person as it is useful in both official and domestic life, Gyan Vigyan offers a course in e-Accounting under qualified trainers to provide them practical and best training of e-Accounting. Academy which offers 100% Job oriented e-Accounting diploma and certificate course to be perfect in e-Accounting career.

Courses - Certified e-Accounts Professional (Duration: 6 months)

Course Content

Windows, MS Office 2007 - Word, Excel (special emphasis on MIS Reports), Power Point, Access, Outlook Express, Internet, E-Ticketing, E-Banking, E-Mail etc.

Introduction to Income Tax, Brief about Various Sources of Income (with illustrations)

Introduction of 'e' Filing of Income Tax Returns Generation of IT Form ITR 01(SAHAJ), ITR 02 ,ITR 03, ITR 04, ITR 4S(SUGAM), ITR 05 and ITR06.

How To Register PAN,TAN,TIN and DIN online or manual

Practical exposure to www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in portal. How to file Return Electronically on portal with or without Digital Signature Certificate

How to Pay Tax online through Net Banking. How to Generate challans online or Manua

Preparation of schedule VI B/S & P&L A/C. with Import Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss A/c from TALLY

How to view Tax Credit through 26AS

GST-DVAT/HVAT/ CST,Applicability

Input/output Provisions

Schedule of GST rate

Registration DVAT 01, Haryana, Document Required

Tax Invoice Generation, Bilty, Challan

online Payment [DVAT]

Quarterly Return [DVAT]

Online submission of road permit

GST return

Journal Entry in Tally

E-Way Bill is an electronic way bill for movement of goods which can be generated on the e-Way Bill Portal. Transport of goods of more than Rs. 50,000 in value in a vehicle cannot be made by a registered person without an e-way bill. Alternatively, E-way bill can also be generated or cancelled through SMS, Android App and by Site-to-Site Integration (through API). When an e-way bill is generated a unique e-way bill number (EBN) is allocated and is available to the supplier, recipient, and the transporter.


IDENTIFY -Various movements which take place on daily basis

SALE, PURCHASE – goods sent for repairs, job work, sales return, purchase return, imports and exports





PREREQUISITE FOR generation of E-way bill

Excise Registration,CETA (central excise tariff act), Valuation, CCR-2004 (credit rules), How to File Monthly Return(ER-1/ER-6/ER-4), How to Preparation of Registration under Excise, RG-1,RG-23A-Part-I,Part-II,RG 23C Part-I,II, How to Make Payment of Excise, Excise Entries in Books of Accounts Tally ERP 9.0, Registration online A1, Payment GAR-7, How to Deal with Import and Export, Import and Export Procedure, Import Documents, Import Procedure, How to Release the Dollar from Banks to Pay Outside India A-1, Export Procedure, Export Documen, Bill of Entries, Bill of Lading

Introduction, Basic Understanding , Sum, Count, Count, Count blank, Average, Max, Large Min, Abs, Sumif, Count if, Lower, Upper, Proper, Trim, Len, Left, Right, Mid, Concatenate, Subtotal, And, Or, Day, Year, EOmonth, Edate, Net workdays, Today, Weekday, Week number, Workday, Find, Search.

V-lookup, H-lookup, Day and Time Calculation, Numeric Calculation, If Logical Condition, Dynamic Pivot, Dynamic Chart, Conditional Formatting, Dated if, What If Analysis, Match Index, Offset Function, User form Function in Excel, Data Validation, Advance Filter, Sorting, Group & Ungroup, Data split, Text Function (Data Separation), Substitute


Important Definitions

Why GST is Necessary?

Impact of GST.

Benefits/ Demerits.

Different Rates of GST.


Definition & Important Notes to Return.

Types of Returns. (Annual Return, First Return, Regular Return)

Notice to Return Defaulters.

Levy of Late Fee.

Goods and Services Tax Practitioners

Various Return Form



Refund of Tax (Section-54)

Refund in Certain Cases (Section-55)

Interest on Delayed Refunds (Section-56)

Consumer Welfare Fund (Section-57)

Utilization of Fund (section-58)


Eligibility & Conditions for taking ITC (Section-16)

Block Credit (Section-17)

Availability of Credit in Special Cases (Section-18)

ITC for Job Work (Section-19)

ITC Distribution by ISD (section-20)


Payment of Tax, Interest, Penalty and other charges Section 49

Interest on delayed payment of tax Section 50

Tax Deduction at source Section 51

Tax Invoices Section 31

Time and Value of Supply Section (12-15) Chapter IV

Transitional Provisions Section (139-142) Chapter XX


Introduction Of Banking, Cheque Printing, Cheque Register, Bank Reconciliation, Deposit Slip, Cash Deposit Slip, Cheque Deposit SLip, Payment Advice, Blank Cheque, Cancel Cheque.

Grammar, Vocabulary Building, Pronunciation, Communication, Listening & Comprehension, Real Life Scenarios, BBC News stories, Interview Skills Special Classes on PDP ( Body Language) etc.

How to Apply

  • Admission Form: form duly filled and signed ( available at admission Counter )
  • Qualification Proof: Self attested photocopy of last qualifying Mark Sheet
  • Photo: Two latest passport size color photographs
  • ID proof: Self attested photocopy of Photo ID proof.( Adhaar/ Passport any one)
  • Fee Submission: Fees can be paid through Cash or Online Transfer
  • EMIs: Fee can be paid in Monthly EMI

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