"In almost all domains across Commerce - Management, Finance, Taxation, Audit; reading and understanding the financial statements is the most basic task. This is not possible without understanding and updating oneself about the basis of preparation, i.e. Ind AS. I am glad to launch a 35-hour quick, yet comprehensive understanding of Ind AS for Professionals across all domains in a classroom format to understand the core of all the standards in the simplest manner."
"Teaching Chartered Accountant aspirants for over 25 years, it gives me immense pleasure to see my students reach such heights. My interaction with my past students, regarding the challenges faced by them in the implementation of Ind - AS and my own experience in going through annual reports while tracking financial markets for decades, pushed me to design this course for professionals. I feel happy to teach my old students once again."
This course is designed to cover Ind - AS, as notified by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). It has a detailed coverage of various Ind - AS (Indian Accounting Standards) including Ind - AS 115 - Revenue from contract with Customers, Ind - AS 116 - Leases, Ind - AS 109 - Financial Instruments (Including Hedge Accounting and Impairment under ECL framework) and other complex areas.
The program aims to provide the understanding on the evolution of Ind - AS through my teaching experience over last two decades, while focusing on practical challenges faced by professionals in the industry in application of them. The program covers discussion on recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure requirements for different Ind AS and key differences between Ind - AS, AS and IFRS.
On completion of the Course, professionals should be able to:
Participants will receive a �Certificate of completion� at the end of the course and the assessment.
|1||Introduction to Indian Accounting Standards||0:54|
|2||Presentation of Financial Statements||0:49|
|4||Statement of Cash Flows||0:45|
|5||Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates and Errors||0:25|
|6||Events After The Reporting Period||0:33|
|8||Property, Plant And Equipment||1:31|
|10||Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosure of Government Assistance||0:31|
|11||The Effects Of Changes In Foreign Exchange Rates||1:09|
|13||Related Party Disclosures||0:45|
|14||Separate Financial Statements||0:13|
|15||Investment In Associates And Joint Ventures||0:33|
|16||Financial Instruments: Presentation|
|17||Financial Instruments: Disclosures||2:00|
|19||Earnings Per Share||1:34|
|20||Interim Financial Reporting||0:38|
|21||Impairment Of Assets||1:02|
|22||Provisions, Contingent Liabilities And Contingent Assets||0:41|
|25||First Time Adoption of Indian Accounting Standards||1:12|
|26||Accounting For Share Based Payment||1:28|
|28||Non-Current Assets Held for Sale and Discontinued Operations||0:58|
|30||Consolidated Financial Statements||0:49|
|32||Fair Value Measurement||0:56|
|33||Revenue From Contracts With Customers||2:46|
|34||Leases � Introduction||1:58|
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