The financial sector of India is intrinsically strong, operationally sundry and exhibits competence and flexibility besides being sensitive to India’s economic aims of developing a market oriented, industrious and viable economy. The fiscal sector in India entails banks, financial organization, markets and services. The sector is classified as an organized and conventional sector that is also recognized as unofficial finance market.
The course shall equip successful trainees with the knowledge and skills required for preparation of trading accounts, maintaining books of accounts, preparation of receipts and payments accounts, preparation of income and expenditure account and balance sheet. On completion of training, the candidates shall have an understanding of double entry accounting systems, basic accounting formulas, and accounting terminologies, capital and revenue transactions, voucher preparations etc.
Desirable Personal Traits:
- Numeric, problem-solving abilities
- Critical thinking and decision making abilities
Job prospects: Accounting Clerk, Accounting Associates, Accountant, Junior Auditor etc.
150 hours of internship in Banking / Finance industry
Assessment and Certification:
Continuous assessment is carried and final assessment is carried out by ICAI. The certificate shall be issued by Government of Kerala and ICAI, to successful trainees.
- Students enrolled in Plus One in any stream/Students enrolled in 1st year of Bachelor’s Degree course in any stream
- Students who have successfully completed ‘Aptitude Test’ and ‘Personal Interview’