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The Academy Of Accounting Professionals


(TAAP)
ISO 9001-2008 Certified

Year 2011-2012

(February 2012)

STUDYING ACCOUNTING, TAXATION & FINANCE The purpose of accounting is to provide financial and non-financial information to facilitate decision-making relating to the management of, and investment in, public or private sector entities, and to provide some accountability to shareholders, stakeholders, and taxpayers. The major role of an accountant is to measure, interpret and communicate information relevant to these decisions. Employment prospects for graduates in accounting are wideranging. Financial accountants provide information to external parties for assessing the expected return and risk from investing in or providing resources to the entity, and/or monitoring the performance of management of the entity. Internal auditors review compliance with policy decisions, while external auditors provide an independent opinion on the credibility of financial statements that summaries the results and the financial position of an organization. Management accountants concentrate on the provision of information to management for planning, control and decision-making. Accountants specialising in taxation assist a wide range of taxpayers to comply with tax laws and provide advice on how to limit tax liabilities to the legal minimum.

About The Academy of Accounting Professionals (TAAP)


THE ACADEMY OF ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONALS (TAAP) is a Vocational Training Institute which conducts practical work training in the field of Accountancy, Taxation (Direct & Indirect) and Investments & Finance with an objective to enable students to get employed OR to become selfemployed. At TAAP we offer a focused course for CAREER in Accounts, Taxation and Finance. Our aim is to provide knowledge form very basics to practical work in todays competitive world. We have a team of experienced professionals in the field of Accountancy and Taxation which includes Chartered Accountants, Company Secretary, Legal Professionals, IT Professionals and also members who have years of work experience in industry. This team continuously works for development of course contents so as to make it highly practice oriented.

The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards. Anatole France

TEAM OF KEY FACULTIES / CONSULTANTS CA Sudarshan Chaudhary


REAL VALUE ADDITON to Students, Learning from Basics to Practice and Quality in Course Contents are the most important factors for him. He is practicing Chartered Account in the areas of all Direct and Indirect Taxes along with Accountancy and Auditing.

CA Nicky Milani
He is associated with Ace Consultancy and has rich and varied experience in Direct Taxes, Accounts & Internal Audits. He also holds experience in the area of ERP (SAP). He adds logic to his teachings gained in during the course of practice and otherwise."

Leena Chaudhary
She is the backbone of the academy, dedicated to the students with unlimited energy at work. She has an outstanding record in Academics B.Com, LLB, MBAHR, Diploma in Information Technology from National Institute of Information Technology (Pune), Diploma in Export Import Management, Diploma in Central Excise Law and Procedures.

R.E Kulkarni
His 25 years of experience in the field of payroll, salary & labor laws as a HR manager & management consultant is his core experience. He adds his experience to his teaching which is an added advantage to our students for gaining practical knowledge on the subject.

CA Mohnish Katre
He is associated with capital markets for years and also has experience in Equity Research working with a leading investment research company. He is involved in investment advisory services to the needs of Corporate and Retail segment.

PEOPLE BEHIND TAAP


Experience is not what happens to you. It is what you do with what happens to you

Mr. Mukund Chaudhary


Chief Representative of Unit Trust of India Practicing Sales Tax Consultant since last 37 years.

His immense practical experience is an added advantage to TAAP students for empowering them with practical knowledge in Taxation.

Mr. Yogendra Phalak


Today a successful businessman since 32 years Owner of ISO Certified manufacturing units in Pune

His different encounters with various phases of business have mastered him in handling all aspects of business. His manufacturing experience has added significantly to TAAP.

Mr. Yogesh Jain


Qualified as Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical ) Serving at Top Management Team in a Multi National Company

He is a firm pillar in foundation and standing of TAAP and always a solid support in all future plans of the Academy. His Management experience has a valuable contribution to the growth of the Academy.

EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & TAXATION


(Training Program Highlights)
GROUP 1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Fundamentals of Accounting Indian Accounting Standards Accounting for Proprietary Business Accounting for Partnership Firms Accounting for Companies Accounting for Service, Trading & Manufacturing organizations Accounting on Tally.ERP MIS Reporting, Ratios, Budgets , Duration: 4 months GROUP 3 INCOME TAX & WEALTH TAX Important Concepts & Definitions Heads of Income Computation of Taxable Income Exemptions & Deductions TDS/ e-TDS - Salary & Other Payments IT of Individual, Partnership & Co Company Set-off & Carry Forward of Losses off IT on Salary Income & Form 16 Wealth Tax Act Duration: 1 month GROUP 5 INTERVIEW SKILLS & ATTITUDE in JOB-LIFE Interview skills Resume Building Presentation Skills Communication Skills Approach towards work Attitude in Job-life SWOT Analysis GDP Sessions (Part of Executive Diploma Program) GROUP 2 INDIRECT TAXATION VAT Act (Maharashtra) WCT & Lease Tax under MVAT Central Sales Tax Service Tax Central Excise CENVAT Credit Rules Accounting for all Indirect Taxes Computations & Returns Indirect Taxation with Tally9ERP ERP Duration: 4 months GROUP 4 PAYROLL & SALARY COMPUTATION Payroll Process Concepts Salary Structure Planning EPF, ESI & PT, Gratuity & Superannuation Payroll MIS Reports Salary Accounting Payroll using Tally9/ERP Income Tax Computation Salary Income Salary TDS / e-TDS from Salary payment TDS Duration: 2 months GROUP 6 INVESTMENT, FINANCE & ERP Banking Mutual Funds Demat Services Insurance: Risk management, types etc Equity & Stock exchanges Stock Derivatives Concept of ERP Business Processes in EPR Environment Role of an Accountant in ERP (Part of Executive Diploma Program)

Duration Fees

12 Months Rs 27500 Rs

- SUMMARY

DIPLOMA & CERTIFICATION TRAINING PROGRAMS


EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & TAXATION (Financial Accounting, Inventory Recording, Direct & Indirect Taxes, TDS, Payroll Processing, Interview skills & Presentations) Groups: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 Duration: 12 months Fees: ` 27500 (One time ` 26000) (Installment: ` 7500/ ` 5000/ ` 5000/ `5000/ ` 5000) PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION IN ACCOUNITNG & INDIRECT TAXES (Financial Accounting, Inventory Recording & Indirect taxes) Group : 1&2 Duration: 8 months Fees: ` 20500 (One time ` 19000) (Installment: ` 7500/ ` 6500 / ` 6500 monthly) PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION IN INDIRECT TAXES (MVAT, CST, WCT, Service Tax, Central Excise) Group: 2 Duration: 4 months Fees: ` 17600 (One time ` 16500) (Installment: ` 8500/ ` 8500 monthly) PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION IN INDUSTRIAL ACCOUNTS WITH TALLY ERP 9 (Financial Accounting, Inventory Recording, Cost Center, Various Reports & Tally ERP Functions) Group : 1 Duration: 4 months Fees: ` 9000 (No Installments) PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION IN PAYROLL (IT Salary Computation, Important Labour Laws, Form 16, TDS calculation, Payroll Process using TALLY 9 ERP) Group: 4 Duration: 2 months Fees: ` 9000 (No installments)

DAILY BATCH SCHEDULE:


1 Batch 2nd Batch 3th Batch 4rth Batch SUNDAY THURSDAY
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08:00 am to 10:00 am 10:30 am to 12:30 pm 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm 07 pm to 09:00 pm 9:00 am to 1:00 pm 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday (4 days a wk) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday (4 days a wk) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (4 days a wk) Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday (3 days a wk) SUNDAY For PCMC working students having holiday on Thursday.

Payment of fees & Other Terms & Conditions.


Payment will be accepted by Cheque by name of THE ACADEMY OF ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONALS Post Dated Cheques dated 10th of every month should be provided, in case of payment by installments. Fees once paid will not be refunded in any case. ` 500 will be charged as penalty in case of dishonor of cheque due to any reason, appropriate legal action may be initiated. Students will not be allowed to attend the class if fees are not paid within the due date specified. A fine of ` 250 per week will be charged if payment is not made before the last due date. No discount are given under any scheme, unless confirm in writing by the management. Service Tax and other statutory taxes would be levied as applicable. To appear for the examination a student should have a minimum attendance record of 80% Any student who does not attend the class continuously for 3 consecutive days without prior intimation will be considered a drop out.

REGISTRATION & ADMISSION REQUISITS:


Documents required at the time of Admission: Five Passport Photographs Latest Mark sheet photocopy Address & Identification proof (Driving license, Passport, PAN etc) Last drawn Salary Slip / Appointment Letter (in case of working candidates) 5) E-mail Latest Bio-data / Resume to info@taap.co.in (after Registration) 1) 2) 3) 4)

GROUP 1: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING


Module 1: Introduction to Accounting & Tally
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Basic Principles, Concepts & Conventions of Accounts Accounting on Computer & introduction to Tally Accounting Software Creation / Setting up Company in Tally Processing Transactions in Tally Receipt, Payment, Journal etc. Creating Groups, Ledgers & different Vouchers Recording day to day transactions Monthly Sample Entries for 2 years Trial Balance Preparation Profit & Loss Account Balance Sheet Finalization Entries Provisions, Depreciation and Adjustment entries Practice Exercise Financial Reports Generation in Tally Various Function Keys in Tally

Module 2: Trading Organization


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Nature and Transactions in Trading Organizations Introduction to Inventory, Inventory Systems and Methods of Valuation Accounting for Purchases & Sales with integrated Inventory System Accounting of Bills of Exchange Setting different Price Levels Creating Units of Measure Set up of masters for Accounting of Value Added Tax Accounting of Purchases and Sales with VAT Set up of masters for Accounting of Central Sales Tax Accounting of Purchases and sales with CST Masters & Voucher configuration Preparation of Bank Reconciliation Statement Age-wise analysis of debtors & creditors Introduction & Creation of Cost Centres Cheque Printing configuration Interest Calculation for debtors & Creditors accounts Concept and preparation of Debit & Credit Notes Use of Voucher Class in Tally Valuation of Closing Stock with / without integration to accounts Finalization Entries Provisions, Depreciation and Adjustment entries Practice Exercise Financial Reports Generation in Tally Various Function Keys in Tally

Module 3: Manufacturing Organization


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. Nature and Transactions in Manufacturing Organizations Inventory in manufacturing organization Why does manufacturing organization require costing? Purchase Procedure Purchase Order, Goods Receipt Note and Invoice Sales Procedure Sales Order, Goods Delivery Note and Sales Invoice Creating and Maintaining Godowns in Tally Stock Journal Entries Inter-Godown transfer, Manufacturing Journal Manufacturing Entries for Process Industry, Job Work, By-products and Multiple Finished Goods from Single Raw Material Concept and use of Bill of Material for manufacturing Accounting of Purchase & Sales with VAT & CST Accounting of Central Excise duty and Reports for Dealers Accounting of Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) and related Reports Advanced use of Cost Centers & Cost Categories Concept and Use of Rejection Notes in Tally Accounting for Foreign Exchange Transaction in Tally Introduction to Inventory, Inventory Systems and Methods of Valuation Accounting for Purchases & Sales with integrated Inventory System Setting different Price Levels Creating Units of Measure Accounting for Tax Deducted at Source Accounting for Service Tax Security Controls in Tally Preparation of TDS Challan & Form No. 16A Preparation of Service Tax Challan & Return in Tally Interest Calculation for debtors & Creditors accounts Concept and preparation of Debit & Credit Notes Use of Voucher Class in Tally Valuation of Closing Stock with / without integration to accounts Finalization Entries Provisions, Depreciation and Adjustment entries

Module 4: MIS Reporting


1. Creating Budgets in Tally 2. Variance Analysis 3. Introduction and Concepts of Cost Accounting, Job Costing, Processing Costing, Overhead Allocation, Activity Base Costing, Standard Costing, 4. Important Ratio Analysis with the help of Tally 5. Cash flow Statement 6. Fund Flow Statement 7. Analyzing and managing Inventory in Tally 8. System Administration Utilities Consolidation of Accounts, Split Company Data, Import and Export of Data, using ODBC in Tally

Module 5: Important Indian Accounting Standards

AS 1 AS 2
AS 4 AS 6 AS 7 AS 9 AS 10 AS 11 AS 12 AS 13 AS 14 AS 16 AS 19 AS 22 AS 26 AS 29

Disclosure of Accounting Policies Valuation of Inventories Contingencies and Events Occurring After the Balance Sheet Date Depreciation Accounting Construction Contracts Revenue Recognition Accounting for Fixed Assets The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates Accounting for Government Grants Accounting for Investments Accounting for Amalgamations Borrowing Costs Leases (Refer Note 2) Accounting for Taxes on Income Intangible Assets Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets

GROUP 2: INDIRECT TAXATION


Module 1: Maharashta VAT Act (including WCT & Lease Tax)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Important Concepts & Definitions under MVAT Act General Terminologies Used in VAT VAT Rates & Computation of VAT Registration under MVAT Act Schedules & Rates of Tax Exemptions under MVAT Set-off (Input Credit) Rules Retention (Reduction) in Set-off Rules Non-Admissibility of Set-off Rules Tax Invoice / Bill / Cash Memo Composition Schemes for a. Retailers b. Restaurants & Caterers c. Bakers, d. Dealers in second hand motor vehicles e. Mandap Decorators Tax liability on Works Contract Transactions TDS on Works Contract Transactions Tax Liability on Lease Transactions Filing Returns & Payments under MVAT Act Assessment Procedure Refunds Rules & Provisions Maintenance of Records & Audit Interests & Penalties Creating VAT Masters in Tally Accounting for MVAT Purchases, Sales, and Input Credit Adjustment etc. VAT Reports Purchase Register & Sales Register VAT Computation Online Return Preparation & Payment of tax

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Module 2 : Central Sales Tax Act


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Introduction & Concept of CST Exemptions under CST Act CST Transaction Forms Rates under CST Registration Application for TIN, Form C, E-1,E-2, F,G,H & I C-From Purchases CST Features & Configuration in Tally Creating CST Masters Accounting entries for CST CST Reports Forms, Payment Challan & Return in Tally Online Return preparation and payment of Tax Case study and solution

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Module 3: SERVICE TAX


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Introduction and Concept of Service Tax General Exemptions under Service Tax Threshold Limit Exemption Rate of Service Tax Registration Requirements Services liable for service tax Valuation of Taxable Services Value of Services for Works Contract Services Issue of Bill for Service Charges Import & Export of Services Rules Payment of Tax & Filing of Returns Cenvat (Input Tax) Credit Rules Refund Rules & Procedures Service Tax Transactions & Work flow Creating Service Tax Masters & Configuration in Tally Different Service Categories Accounting Entries for Service Tax Transaction Payment of Service Tax & Credit Adjustment Service Tax Reports Service Tax Payable & Credit Available Report Service Tax Challan Online Return Preparation and filing ST-1, ST-2,ST-3, ST Credit Form,GAR-7 Challan, etc Other topics relevant to Service Tax

Module 4: CENTRAL EXCISE


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Basic Concepts Of Central Excise Act 1944 Assesses under Central Excise. Application of Central Excise Act Basic Exemptions and clearances under Central Excise Registration forms & procedure Maintenance of books of accounts as per Central Excise Laws DSA, PLA, CENVAT credit register maintenance. Payment of Duty. GAR-7 Accounting entries in financial books & excise Books ER1,ER3 Monthly/ quarterly return preparation ARE 3 forms/ Rebate claiming Countervailing duty, captive consumption Preparation of Invoice Other related topics in Excise Capital Goods in excise. Treatment of purchase returns & Sales returns. Removal of goods without payment of duty. Undertaking for manufacturer / CT 1 for Merchant Exporters ARE 1 form. Rebate claiming. Captive Consumption treatment Warehousing treatment in Central Excise Central Excise for Manufacturers on Tally ERP. Central Excise for Dealers Central Excise for Job worker

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GROUP 3 INCOME TAX & WEALTH TAX


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. Introduction & Fundamental Concepts Important Definitions under Income Tax Act Residential Status Income Exempt under Income Tax Income from Salary Income from House Property Income from Business & Profession Depreciation & Block of Assets Income from Capital Gains Income from Other Sources Computation of Total Income Set-off and Carry Forward of Losses Deduction under Chapter VIA 80 C/ CCD & 80D Taxation of Individual s & HUF Taxation of Partnership Firms Taxation of Companies Taxation of Non-Residents Dividend Distribution Tax Securities Transaction Tax Important Due Dates under Income Tax Income Tax Returns & Audit u/s 44 AB Assessment Procedures Double Tax Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) Income Tax Rates TDS / e-TDS on Salary Payments TDS / e-TDS on other Payments TDS Masters & Configuration in Tally Accounting Entries for TDS TDS Reports TDS Computation & Forms Reconciliation TDS Challan, Form No. 16 & 16A, TDS Return Wealth Tax a. Applicability b. Important Definitions c. Exemptions d. Computation of tax liability

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GROUP 4: PAYROLL PROCESS & SALARY COMPUTATION


Module 1: PAYROLL PREPARATION WITH TALLY ERP
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Introduction and Concept of Payroll Creating Payroll Masters & Configuration in Tally Defining Salary Structure of Employees Accounting Entries for Salaries Payment Accounting Entries for PF payments Accounting Entries for ESI Payments Accounting Entries for Gratuity payments Entries of Attendance Increments & Arrears Processing Accounting of Loans to Employees Salary Disbursement Payroll Reports Pay slip, Pay Sheet, Payroll Statements, Payment Advice Expat Reports, Payroll Register, Attendance Sheet and Gratuity Report etc. Working of PF, ESI, PT, Gratuity & Superannuation Important provisions of Income Tax on Salaries Computation of Income Tax on Salary Income TDS from Salary Payments Online e-TDS Returns Preparation and filing Practice Exercises

Module 2: INCOME TAX TDS on SALARY PAYMETNS


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Important provisions of Income Tax on Salaries Understanding of House Property & Other Sources Income for Salary Computation Allowances & Perquisites Computation of Income Tax on Salary Income Deductions under Chapter VI-A TDS from Salary Payments Online e-TDS Returns Preparation Preparation of Form 16 Due dates of Payments and Return filing Practice Exercises

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)


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1) What is TAAP? THE ACADEMY OF ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONALS (TAAP) is a Vocational Training Institute which conducts practical work training in the field of Accountancy, Taxation (Direct & Indirect) and Investments & Finance with an objective to enable students to get employed OR to become self-employed. 2) What are the courses offered by The Academy? Complete in-detailed information in given on our website www.taap.co.in along with the prospectus. You can download the prospectus. 3) Who can do the course? Can a non commerce person do this course? Our courses are designed and developed on zero-base. Our courses are generally suitable for all persons who wish to gain professional knowledge in the areas of accounts, taxation and finance. We have students - Having 10-15 years of industry experience for updating knowledge and keeping in touch with concurrent developments - Having 3-7 years of industry experience for getting professional approach and thereby advancement in career - Having 0-3 years of Accounting / Non-accounting experience to get into respectable job in accounting, taxation and finance domain. - Who are complete fresher (Post Graduate & Graduate in any stream) to gain practical industry endorsed training and thereby they will be eligible to begin career with confidence - Who are studying (Under-Graduates, CA, CWA, MBA students) to get in touch with pragmatic view of academic knowledge. This is important because, these days all professional degree courses have adopted practical knowledge based examination system. - And the last but not the least, people having their own business, profession and selfemployed to gain knowledge so as to apply it in day to day business decisions. 4) Can I do only one Level from above mentioned levels? YES. Any person can opt for fresher level. But if anyone wants to go for Professional Level directly, s/he should have enough knowledge of prior modules. Person opting directly for professional level must clear Fresher level examination. 5) Can I do only one / two module/s from all modules? Yes. But there will not be any separate batch for individual module. S/he will join regular batch when such module is up for teaching.

6) How will I benefit by joining your Academy?

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You will be definitely benefited, if you are looking at any of the following objectives in Accountancy, Payroll, Business Taxation (Direct & Indirect), Investment and Finance - Quality and factual value creating education - Gain and/or update knowledge to apply in regular job / practice - Develop professional approach towards job / career - Advancement in job career for working people - Better job prospects for fresher in industry - Begin a new career in accounts & taxation (for non-finance people) 7) How is your Academy different from other Academies? We do not want to praise us by comparing and indicating others lacunas. Its only YOU who can experience and then give an opinion. However, one can visit The Academy and meet existing students to know facts. We do not posses any positive/negative opinion about others. We believe that there should not be a comparison between academic institutes because everyone aspire to provide the best possible. 8) How is the training given to each student? What is your training methodology? We have adopted a very personalized training process where attention is given to each individual student on the basis of previous educational background, work experience (if any), grasping and understating capacity. We do not have culture batch oriented learning process. Over the years, we have observed that each person has his own way and pace of learning. Therefore, we have given flexibility to individual student to start Training Program at any time during the year. Any person who joins the academy is given 45 days grace period from due date to complete the course. Discussion with faculties and lectures are conducted in groups, but practical work training which consists of 75-80% of entire course duration, is done 100% by every student with his/her own pace of learning. Learning process will flow in following stages 1. Overview of the concept - preliminary discussion with learned faculty 2. Self-reading & understanding of contents individually 3. Practice on individual computer with experienced faculty guidance 4. Secondary review discussion, question-answers with learned faculty 5. Self-learning Practice once again, if required (optional) 6. Final lecture with discussion conducted by qualified CA / CS / CWA / LLB faculties 9) How many students accommodate in one batch? We have maximum 16 students in one batch. Although 15-16 students work together, as mentioned above we treat EVERY student as a batch. Each student study and practice with his / her individual tempo and level of understanding. The ultimate aim is to transform every student of us into a professional.

10) What is the proficiency of trainers & faculties in your Academy?

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Faculties in the academy are three-level hierarchy. We have - Assistant Faculties (Grad / PG having minimum 2 years of industry experience) - Training Faculties (Grad / PG / having minimum 5 years and Semi Qualified CA/CWA/CA having minimum 3 years of industry experience) - Qualified Professionals (CA/CWA/CS having specialized for the particular area) Complete industry endorsed training is possible only with the help of these learned faculties. We really thank them for their honest efforts. 11) How are the Training contents selected and designed? Training contents are identifies and developed by practicing finance professionals (CA/CWA/CS). These consulting professionals identify the most concurrent topics and related practices largely followed in the industry. Our course contents are designed to provide maximum practical insights to learners. Learning material is designed in a way to give demonstration and practice of all routine, non-routine and critical business transactions. Every student practices all these transaction by creating relevant Firm / Company in Tally, enters transactions systematically for the entire year and finalizes accounts. 12) Does every student gets individual computer for practice? Yes. Absolutely throughout course duration..! 13) What is the duration of the courses offered in your Academy? Please refer to Prospectus document. You can download the same from our website www.taap.co.in. Detailed Information is provided in prospectus. 14) What are the batch timings for courses? Please refer to Prospectus document. You can download the same from our website www.taap.co.in. Detailed Information is provided in prospectus. 15) Can a student combine batches if he/she wishes to complete the course early? Yes. One can accelerate the course by attending multiple sessions. This is subject to availability of seat in other batches. 16) What are the course fees? Is there a facility of installments? Fees schedule is clearly given in prospectus document. You can download from our website www.taap.co.in. Fees can be paid in installments. Detail Information in provided in prospectus. 17) Are there any concessions or discounts available? Concession or negotiation is possible only in case of Corporate / Group training involving minimum 5 persons.

18) How the exam conducted and what is the passing percentage?

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Academic examination is conducted on online on computerized e-examination system. Passing percentage in this examination is 50% average of all the subjects. Examination marking criteria will be: 1) Sincerity & Consistency 2) Technical Skills 3) Presentation Skills

1. Sincere and consistent - Wholehearted and honest efforts to learn / work - Punctuality / attendance - Reliability / Responsibility - inform if not attending the class 2. Technical skill - Academic Record and performance - Accounting and taxation knowledge - Performance during the training period 3. Personality - Confidence - Communication skill - Positive Attitude

19) What if a student fails in the exam? A student can appear for the examination for 5 maximum times. There must be a gap of minimum ONE month in subsequent attempts. If a student fails for 5 times, he/she may quit OR rejoin for the entire course afresh. 20) Your training fees are very high! We believe that our offerings are absolutely value for money. One may observe following facts Approx Average No. Months to Private Educational Institutes Cost Salary P/M Recover Cost - MBA from any Premier Institute - MBA from well-Known Institute - MBA from Average Institute - CA / CWA / CS - Engineer from well-known Institute - Certification from TAAP Rs.10 lacs Rs. 8 lacs Rs. 6 lacs Rs. 2 lacs Rs. 2.5 Lacs Rs. 25,000/Rs.100000/Rs. 50000/Rs. 20000/Rs. 30000/Rs. 15000/Rs. 8300/10 16 30 7 17 3

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FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US IF YOU HAVE FUTHER QUESTIONS / QURRIES..!

THE ACADEMY OF ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONALS


SAMPADA Building, 2nd Floor, Behind Vidya Sahkari Bank, Opposite Ratna Memorial Hospital, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune 411016

Mobile: +91 98502 88732 Tele / Fax : +91 20 25660474 Email: info@taap.co.in url: www.taap.co.in Office Timings: Monday to Friday: 9:30 am to 7:00 pm Sunday : 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (Holiday on SATURDAY)

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