Indian and Foreign accounting courses

Diploma in Financial & Foreign Accounting (DFFA) with Entrepreneurship Development Program

Best Indian and Foreign accounting courses with Entrepreneurship skills in 2022

Indian and Foreign accounting courses are one of the best options for a high salary job in Corporate world. We will train you to become a successful Entrepreneur with the best Corporate finance courses. Learn from the basics to advanced techniques from highly experienced subject experts.


12 months (Normal Track, Daily 2 Hours) & 6 Months (Fast Track, Daily 4 hours)


  • DFFA (Diploma Certificate, Capt (Govt. of Kerala)
  • SAP (FICO) Power User
  • SAP (MM)


Degree Pass OR Fail


Why Indian and Foreign Accounting Courses?

Indian and Foreign accounting courses with Entrepreneurship skills will empower you to become a professional in Indian and foreign accounting.  Through this accounting courses, we provide professional training in accounting and covers most relevant job-oriented courses like,

Accounts Manager, Auditor, Payroll Officer, Tax Specialist, Financial Analyst, Branch manager, Loan officer and Senior staff accountant to name a few

We create eminent professionals in the field of accounting and finance as well as entrepreneurs by training them from basic levels to expert level by certified and well qualified faculties. We Provides ONLINE and CLASSROOM training. Our in-house Placement cell is well enough to assist students to reach their dream career. Let’s train with us to procure your fulfilling job in accounting and finance. High level of expertise in Accounting and Finance is vital for any professionals who wish to be in the top level of an organization. The skills from an Entrepreneur’s point of view will be a great asset to attain this goal. Our course will take you to the highest level of financial management skills.

What do you get from this Indian and Foreign accounting course with Entrepreneurship skills?

  • In depth practical knowledge in all aspects of Accounts & Finance management.
  • Highest level of business communication skills
  • Management & analytical thinking skills from an Entrepreneur’s point of view.
what you'll learn ?

Basics of Hardware and Software | MS-EXCEL- An introduction | Managing workbook and cell reference | Number and conditional formatting | Working with formulas | Logical Functions | Data validation and financial functions | Chart | Data Extraction | Pivot Table and Chart | MS- WORD 2016 | Working with MS WORD | POWER POINT-2016 | Working with POWER POINT | MS WORD | EXCEL | POWERPOINT Practice sessions.

Introducing Ourselves & others |  Taking a taxi when you Travel |  Tense-Simple Present |  Skills and abilities |  Requests |  Tense- Present Continuous |  Life story |  Asking directions | Tense-Simple Past  | Life story |  Shopping | Tense- Past Continuous | Travelling by train |  Time |  Days and dates | Tense- Simple future |  Personal information |  Checking into | Checking out / staying at a hotel |  Tense- future Continuous |  Health Conditions |  At the chemist | Tense- Present Perfect | Past Perfect | Activities in the past  | Tense- Present Perfect Continuous | Past Perfect Continuous |  Telling the time |  Daily routines | Tense – future Perfect |  Chores | In the food Court | Tense-  future Perfect Continuous.

Introduction to Excel

Introduction | Editing sheet | Formatting | Project1

Worksheet view

Viewing worksheet | Filling series | Flash fill

Conditional formatting | Data validation

Conditional formatting- new rule | Data validation

Lookup and cell reference

VLOOKUP | HLOOKUP | Cell reference

Important functions in Excel

Remove duplicate values | Hyperlink | Important functions in excel

Logical functions | sum and count functions

Logical functions | sum | sumif  | sumifs  | count | countif | countifs

Working with formulas

Statistical functions and mathematical functions | Date related functions

Text functions

Text functions in excel | Match and index functions

Database functions and subtotal functions

Dsum | dcount | Subtotal functions

Classic pivot table and chart

Chart element | Pivot table and pivot chart

Data extraction

Filter and advanced filter

Graphics and insert object function

Custom view | Graphics | Insert object

Print area setup

Header and footer  | Print area setup | Text to column function

Important tools in excel

Form data | Auditing tool | Web data

Goal seak | Solver  | Scenario manager

Speak cell | Camera tool | Sparkline chart

People graph | Data forecast | Import text file

Mail merge | Consolidating data

Macro | Password protection

Introduction | Accounting terms

 Accounting | Event and transaction | Book keeping and accounting | Stakeholders in business | Important business terms

Capital and revenue transactions | Accounting principles

Capital and revenue expenditure | Capital and revenue receipt  | Accounting concepts and conventions | Double entry system of book keeping

Account  | Traditional and modern rules

Account  | Classification of account  | Debit and credit | Traditional and modern rules relating accounts


What is journal | Journal preparation

Ledger | Trail balance

What is ledger | Ledger posting | Ledger balancing

Cash book and its types

Types of cash book and discount

Bank reconciliation statement


Depreciation and its causes | Needs for charging depreciation | Factors considered for depreciation | Methods of depreciation.

Inventory valuation


Trail balance

Trail balance preparation

Trading and profit and loss account

Trading account and its preparation | Profit and loss account and its preparation

 Yearend adjustment entries

Adjustments regarding final accounts

Balance sheet

Preparation of balance sheet  | Problems of final accounts

Introduction | Company creation and Chart of accounts

Introduction | Company Creation | Alteration | Shut Company | Select Company | Delete Company | Company Features | Company Configuration | Ledger Creation | Alteration | Display | Delete (Single & Multiple) | Backup | Restore | Report | Sample problem

Bill allocation and Accounting vouchers

Bill allocation | Sample problem | Accounting Entry | Accounting vouchers | Types of reference

Cost centre and BRS

Cost centre | Cost category | Pre-defined cost centre | BRS

Inventory master creation

Stock group | Stock category | Unit of measurement | Multiple godown | Stock item | Sample problem

Purchase order processing

Purchase order | Receipt note | Rejection out | Purchase invoice | Purchase return | Sample question

Sales order processing

Sales order | Delivery note | Rejection in | Sales bill | Sales return | Batch | Sample question

Additional features in tally

Zero value voucher | Actual and billed quantity in inventory voucher | Separate discount column | Standard rate | Credit limit | Additional cost of purchase | Price list | Sample question

Interest calculation

interest on loan calculation | debtors interest calculation | creditors interest calculation | sample question

Manufacturing voucher in Tally

Bill of material | manufacturing voucher creation | manufacturing entry | Sample question

Budgeting and control

Non accounting voucher | Budgeting & control | Sample question

Import and export

Export | Import data | Revision

 Introduction to GST

GST introduction | components of GST

GST using Tally

Activating GST | GST Master Creation | Inward & Outward Supply of Goods (Local) | Sample Problems | GST Reports Inward & Outward Supply of Goods (Inter State) | Sample problem

Inward & outward supply of goods

Inward & Outward Supply of Goods (Inter State) | Sample problem.


Input Tax Credit | Sample problem

Purchase and sale of service

Sale and Purchase of Services (Local) | (Inter State)

Job costing

enable job costing feature | Cost centre for job costing | Godown for job costing

use of stock journal | Voucher class for job costing


TDS introduction | TDS adjustment entries | Statutory payments

Payroll ledger creations

Payroll entries

Receivables Management

Tally live project 1

Tally live project 2

Tally live project 3

Basic concepts | Supply | Composition scheme | Forward charge and reverse charge Mechanism | Time of supply | Place of supply | Value of supply | Input tax credit | General Procedures | E way bill | GST accounting and GSTin | GST using tally | GST online

Introduction to QUICKBOOKS 

Introduction to QuickBooks | Key Difference between QuickBooks Desktop & Online | Features of QuickBooks | How to Access QuickBooks Online | Setting up your Company

Accounts and settings | ledger creation

How to Login in quick book after registered in Quick Book | Configure Company settings | How to create Ledger and entered opening balance if required

Depreciation and inventory creation

Depreciation | Create Product and give opening inventory details

Creation of customers and suppliers

How to create Debtors/Customers | How to create Creditors/Suppliers

Journal voucher

Transaction | Journal Voucher | Contra Entry


Invoices (Sales and Purchase) | Expenses

Receipts and payments

Payment Entry (Bank / Cash) | Party payment | Receipt Entry | Receipt from Customers


Configure GST | Purchase of Goods | Sale of Goods – Local | Interstate


TDS Entry | TDS payable

Viewing reports


Basic concepts of company

Financial statement of company

Company Balance sheet | Company P&L Account

Advanced Journal Entries

Salary & its related items | Income tax and Related Entries | Depreciation and Depreciation Schedule

Accounts Reconciliation

Debtors Reconciliation Statement | Creditors Reconciliation Statement | Branch Reconciliation Statement | Credit Card Reconciliation Statement

Cash Flow Statement

Direct Method | Indirect Method

Financial Statement Analysis

Ratio Analysis | Comparative Statement | Trend Analysis

Online Finalisation of Accounts

Profit Screening

Advanced Accounts Project

Basic Concepts

Income-tax law: An introduction | Important definitions in the Income-tax Act, 1961 | Concept of previous year and assessment year | Basis of Charge and Rates of Tax

Residential status and scope of total income

Residential status | Scope of total income

Incomes which do not form part of total income (other than charitable trusts and institutions, political parties and electoral trusts)

 Incomes not included in total income | Tax holiday for newly established units in Special Economic Zones

Heads of income and the provisions governing computation of income under different heads

Salaries | Income from house property | Profits and gains of business or profession |

Capital gains | Income from other sources

Income of other persons included in assessee’s total income

Clubbing of income: An introduction | Transfer of income without transfer of assets |

Income arising from revocable transfer of assets | Clubbing of income of income arising to spouse | Minor child and son’s wife in certain cases

Aggregation of income; Set-off, or carry forward and set-off of losses

Aggregation of income | Concept of set-off and carry forward and set-off of losses | Provisions governing set-off and carry forward and set-off of losses under different heads of income | Order of set-off of losses

Deductions from gross total income

General provisions | Deductions in respect of certain payments | Specific deductions in respect of certain income | Deductions in respect of other income | Other deductions

Computation of total income and tax liability of individuals

Income to be considered while computing total income of individuals | Procedure for computation of total income and tax liability of individuals

Advance tax, tax deduction at source and introduction to tax collection at source

Provisions for filing return of income and self-assessment

Return of Income | Compulsory filing of return of income | Fee and Interest for default in furnishing return of income | Return of loss | Provisions relating to belated return, revised return etc | Permanent account number | Persons authorized to verify return of income | Self-assessment | ITR 1 Return filing (Registration & Return filing) | DT

TDS | Basic Concepts & Important Sections

SAP Introduction

ERP | SAP SE | SAP partners | ASAP | T-code

Organisational Elements

Define Company | Company Code | Business Area

Define Chart of Account & Account Group

COA Meaning | Company Accounts

Define retained earnings | Fiscal Year variant | Posting Period Variant

Setting year for the Company code

Define Field Status Variant | Tolerance Group

TG for the GL Account | Employee | Assignment

Define Document type for GL Account & Ledger Creation

Define Document Type SA for GL Account | Creation of ledger

Parking the Document | Reverse Document | GL Account Adjustment

Reverse Document | GL Account Adjustment

AP Process

Vendor Creation | Posting Purchase Entry | Outgoing Payment

AR process

Customer Creation | Sales Entry Posting

Credit Memo AP

Credit Memo with Clearing Entry

Credit Memo AR

Credit Memo with Clearing Entry

Advance Payment in AP Process

Advance Receipt in AR Process


Define Dunning area | Define Dunning Procedure |

House Bank Creation

Automatic Payment Process | Cheque Management


Define Controlling Area | Number Range Settings for the controlling Area | Maintain version | Cost Centre Creation

Asset Management

Define Depreciation Area | Define Asset Class | Asset Creation | Asset Posting


Configuration for GS

SAP Introduction
ERP|SAP SE|SAP partners|ASAP| T-code

Enterprise Structure
Defining Organizational Units

Define Company
Define Company Code

Define Controlling Area
Define Plant

Valuation Area
Define Storage Location

Assigning Organizational Units
Assign company code to company

Assign company code to controlling area
Assign plant to company code

Assign purchasing organization to co-code
Assign purchasing organization to plant

Master Data-Material Master data

Material Master
Material Type

Material Group
Material Class

Master Data: Vendor
Vendor|Vendor Master|Vendor Master Record|Vendor Account|Vendor Account Group

Procurement Cycle
IMG setting for Purchasing Requisition| Purchase Info Record – IMG settings

IMG settings – Purchase Orders
Goods Receipt (GR)| Entering of Invoice (in MIRO)

Introduction to UAE VAT | Understanding VAT | Supplies under UAE VAT | Place of Supply | Date of supply | Tax Payable | Registration | Maintenance of Account | Tax Return | Penalties | GCC VAT using Tally Prime

Introduction and company creation

Introduction to Peachtree | Creation | Alter of company

Chart of account creation

Ledger accounts and under groups of ledger accounts Creation | Alter of chart of accounts

Vendor creation | Customer creation

Creation | Alter of vendor and customer | Define accounts related to vendor and customer

Stock creation

Define accounts related to stock item | Creation of stock item

Journal entries

Rules for journal entry | Recording of journal entry

Purchase order and credit purchase

 Process of purchase order | Recording of credit purchase

Sales order and Credit sales

Process of sales order | Recording of credit sales

Credit purchase payment and credit sales receipt

Payment of credit purchase | Receipt of credit sales

Cash purchase and cash sales | Banking

Banking related details | Cash purchase and cash sales


Viewing different reports of company

Email writing | Email type | Structure | Composing email | Do’s & Don’ts | Resume & CV writing | Understand Biodata & Resume | CV Drafting & Organizing Resume | Do’s & Don’ts | Cover letter   Cover letter Writing | Communication Skills | Concept of communication & Importance |  personality type and communication preferences | using our proprietary profiling tool | Recognize other people’s personality types and communication preferences | Communication approach based on need and situation | Overcome communication barrier | Learn how to effectively utilize tone | The S.T.A.R. method for speaking |  asking open questions |  Active listening Engage effectively through actively listening | Difference between ‘hearing’ and ‘listening’ | Techniques to listen actively | Communication behaviours | Emotions in listening | Paraphrasing and restating | Manage and encourage constructive collaboration | Interview skills Interview & Type | Pre- Interview Planning | Post- Interview assessment.

Translate gestures into words | Open & closed body language | Common body language mistakes |  Differences in body language between genders | The signals | Facial expressions | Body language to strengthen your negotiations  How body language can expose deception | Match words with movement to instil trust | Overcome procrastination | The 15 minute rule | Distractions | Self-rewarding | Start small and build | Set realistic deadlines | The four P’s | Motivate yourself | Use gamification | EQ & Benefits of emotional intelligence | The four core skills for EQ | Self-management | Self-awareness | Self-regulation | Self-motivation and empathy | Non-verbal manner | Verbally communication | Interpret and manage your emotions | Tools – regulate and control emotions |  Articulate emotions | Balance optimism and pessimism | Effectively impact others | Emotional intelligence to the workplace | Remove the clutter | Place everything in its place | Write down priorities & 80/20 rules | Master calendar | Setting deadlines | Manage time wasters | Cope with things outside the control | Day planner | Being consistent | Use paper and paperless storage | Organize work area |  Fight procrastination | Organize inbox | Use discipline to stay organized | Understand the benefits of a work-life balance | The signs of an unbalanced life | Employer resources for a balanced lifestyle |  communicate effectively | Leave work stress at wok | and home stress at home | Work at a home office productively | Finding your effective work methods | Improve life at home by spending time alone |  Draw a boundary between work and home | Create balance at work and at home | Understanding Time management & Techniques | Time management Techniques & Strategies | Strategy & Structure | Presentation Delivery | Understanding anger and the natural anger cycle | Fight or flight – response that triggers anger | Realities of anger | Ways of dealing anger | Master strategies for controlling anger in all situations |  =Blowing off steam | Managing home and work place anger | Master the three “A’s | Lifestyle elements to reduce stress | Routines to reduce stress | Environmental & physical relaxation techniques | Cope with major events | Use a stress logs | Process of creatively solving a problem | Key questions – gathering information about a problem | Tools – determine what ‘the problem is’ |  Writing concrete problem statements | Tools – affinity diagrams | Word chaining | The box method | The six thinking hats & the blink method | Evaluate potential solutions against specific criteria like a cost/benefit analysis or group voting | Problem analysis and reach solution | The why’s & how’s of refining & re-refining a solution shortlist | Identify the tasks & resources necessary to implement a solution Evaluate & adapt solutions to reality | See conflict as communication | Benefit from a confrontation | Prevent problems | Get focused | Deal with your and other’s anger | Deal with problems | The three step conflict resolution model | Change yourself on the situation | People’s behaviours and motives | De-stress | Causes of difficult behaviour | Counter negativity with positivity | Discuss problems in groups |Use assertive anger | Plan and practice to handle difficult situations successfully | Assertiveness and self-confidence | Attitude – speak up and to stand up for the your believes | Techniques to confidently expressing opinions and needs | How to say ‘no’ | Recognizing you are important and that your opinions are valid and worthy of consideration | Identify and eliminate negative thinking and self-talk | Effective communication | Feel the part | “look the part” | “sound the part” and “become the part” | Deal with difficult behaviours in other people | Analyse an audience and tailor the delivery accordingly | Design presentations for maximum impact | Expand on key points to ensure clarity | Master techniques to overcome nervousness and present with confidence | Practice techniques that ensure clear | concise and effective wording is used | Deliver a polished | Professional and credible speech | Manage questions and comments effectively

Market Research


Why Market Your Business on Facebook?
Facebook – What to Post?
Types of Facebook Ads –
Social Media Marketing
Common Facebook FAQs
Business Manager + How to Start a Facebook Ad Agency
Facebook Shops

Google marketing
How Google Ads Works
Analyse Your PPC Competition
Google Ads Account Setup
Select the Right Campaign Type
Target Your Audience
Determine Bids & Budgets
Advanced Campaign Settings
Choose Profitable Keywords
Write Ads That Grab Attention

Google Analytics
Google ad sense
Google Analytics Glossary
Google Analytics Overview
How to Set Up Google Analytics & Install the Tracking Code On Your Website
How to Setup & Install
Google Analytics 4 + Workaround
How Google Analytics Works
How to Set Up Goals in Google Analytics
How to Analyse Real Time Reports
How to Analyse Audience Reports

career options
  • Accountant
  • Accounts Manager
  • Auditor
  • Payroll Officer
  • Branch manager
  • Cash manager
  • Staff accountant
  • Supervisor
  • Billing staff
  • Branch operations manager
  • Junior accountant
  • Senior accountant
  • Cashier
  • Administrator
  • Tally Trainer
  • Accounts Executive
  • Financial Analyst
  • Accounts Manager
  • Tele Caller Cum Accountant
  • Office Staff Cum Accountant
  • Accountant Cum Billing staff
  • Accountant Cum Sales Officer
  • Assistant Manager
  • GST Practitioner
  • Tally/GST Trainer
  • Accounts Executive
  • Assistant Manager
  • Senior Manager
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Online Marketing

Support from experts

Get personalised attention and support from our subject experts. You will get regular updates on the progress of your course.


You will get real-time opportunity to interact with industry experts. This will enhance your professionalism in the respective domain of your learning.

live projects

At Skillspark, you will have opportunity to collaborate with live projects in all courses. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

DFFA with EDP: –  minimum educational qualification is 10 +2 passed with commerce subjects like accounts, economics and mathematics is required.
Other courses:- +2 pass/ fail

 Long term diploma courses:- DFFA with EDP (job guaranteed), DFFA with SAP
 Short term course :- GST practitioner, Advanced Excel, Tally Prime, SAP(FICO), GST return filing, Quickbooks, Sage  etc..

Accounting :- DFFA with EDP, DFFA with SAP

The  DFFA with EDP course is a job guaranteed package for commerce students. Anyone who has completed this course can apply for any job because this training program covers finance, hr., marketing and logistics.

Yes , anyone from any stream can do this course because the basic will be covered in this course.

  Diploma  in financial and foreign accounting with EDP, all foreign accounting software are available in this course.

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