The main objective of introducing Financial accounting in CMA Inter is to gain understanding and to provide working knowledge of accounting concepts, detailed procedures and documentation involved in financial accounting system
The syllabus aims to test the student’s ability to:
It is possible to score great marks in Financial Accounting as you will be mentored at PSC with Full length online video classes and face to face, regular test series and comments thereon.
ICMAI structured the syllabus as Section -A, B, C, D which covers 100 Marks in CMA Exams.
CMA PRAKASH SHARMA is associate member of INSTITUTE OF COST ACCOUNTANT OF INDIA since year2014. He completed his CMA final in year 2013 and was placed among merit holders . He has always secured distinction/exemption marks in ACCOUNTS at inter and final level exams of ICMAI. He has also done MASTER OF ECONOMICS from IGNOU with highest marks in DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS and MICRO ECONOMICS MATHEMATICS.
He also holds POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN APPLIED STATISTICS.
He did his graduation in year 2005 from DELHI UNIVERSITY. He has worked with a cost accountancy firm NAVEEN GUPTA AND ASSOCIATES for 4 years during 2011-2015.
He is regular faculty of NIRC OF INSTITUTE OF COST ACCOUNTANT OF INDIA since year 2014 till now and has taught ECONOMICS, ACCOUNTANCY and COSTING at foundation/inter final level exam of ICMAI.
He is teaching CMA students since year 2013 and always believe that strong theoretical base is necessary before directly jumping to numericals. His concepts notes are popular among students.
The main objective of introducing Indirect taxation (GST and Customs) in CMA Inter is to provide an in depth study on the various provisions of indirect taxation laws and their impact on business decision-making.
The syllabus test you on
It is possible to get exemptions in IDT as you will be trained at PSC with regualr test series and comments thereon.
ICMAI structured the syllabus as Section -A: GST(80%) and Section-B: Customs (20%).