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Lesson Posted on 07 Feb Tuition/BBA Tuition/Mathematics

Topic: Critical Thinking In Social Sciences

Velmurugan K S

I am a associate professor in economics & director of a pg center( autonomous). I have rich teaching...

Critical thinking is the need of the hour. Be it Economics, Business, Commerce, distribution, as well as in marketing & in showcasing your " stuff", be it whatever discipline, more so in humanistic pursuits like Economics, theory as well applied, Banking, Monetary and even in Intenational Monetary... read more

Critical thinking is the need of the hour. Be it Economics, Business, Commerce, distribution, as well as in marketing & in showcasing your " stuff", be it whatever discipline, more so in humanistic pursuits like Economics, theory as well applied, Banking, Monetary and even in Intenational Monetary aspects like IMF, World bank, Nafta, Safta and Comecon trade groups. Rivalaries, Globalisation paradigms, shift to insular, unipolar global outr each like today Trump's US economy, as well in application sciences like pure Mathematics, Mathematical reasoning, applied statistical tools of analyses from simple multiple or multivariate regression tecniques to anovaand to manova techniques to simulation to synegies, symbiotic relationships, and modern mulivariables, multi layer analyses like spectral analyses etc. All argument considerable expertise beyond the "books" and model specific ones to new hybrid cloned systems.

There may be different ways for students to equip themselves:

1) Strong theoretical, empirirical as well field tested diagnoses. Whatever be your field or study. If you really want to excell in it.

2) Willing to try new risky ideas & premises which may form or reintepret the established theories or doctrines or dogmas.

3) Willing to deep study on it professionally like Ph.D, post doctoral research or do a D.Sc etc.

4) Wholehearted committment and may need good financial support from other members of the family.

5 ) Must get fellowships or assistanceships. Available in foreign universites? Autonomous institutes & in India to

To be continued..

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Lesson Posted on 07 Feb Tuition/BBA Tuition/Fundamentals of Accounting Tuition/BCom Tuition/Financial Accounting

Accounting Basics

Khevana S.

I am a qualified teacher with good teaching experience. I can teach each and every topics very easily...

Accounting Equation : Assets = Liabilities + Capital (Equity) Important points to remember for journal entries: If value of assets increases, assets account will be debited. If value of assets decreases, assets account will be credited. If value of liabilities increases,liabilities account will be... read more

Accounting Equation :

Assets = Liabilities + Capital (Equity)

Important points to remember for journal entries:

  • If value of assets increases, assets account will be debited.
  • If value of assets decreases, assets account will be credited.
  • If value of liabilities increases,liabilities account will be credited.
  • If value of liabilities decreases,liabilities account will be debited.
  • All incomes / gains are credited.
  • All expenses / losses are debited.

Three types of accounts:

i. Personal (Natural person, artificail person or representative of person).

ii. Real (tangble real (includes all assets) & intangible real).

iii. Nominal (all accounts having a name like rent ac named on type of expense): All incomes & expenses fall under this category.

Please note that as soon as a prefix (prepaid) or suffix (outstanding) attaches to an account, it becomes a  personal account.

Three Golden rules of accounting:

i. Personal Account: Debit the receiver, Credit the giver.

ii. Real Account: Debit what comes in, Credit what goes out.

iii. Nominal Account: Debit all expenses, Credit all incomes.

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Lesson Posted on 23 Jan Tuition/BTech Tuition/(Dc- Ac) Direct Current-Alternatiing Current System Interaction Tuition/MBA Tuition Tuition/BBA Tuition

Economics: A Multi Tasking Tool Set In Any Form Of Business With Profit Or Cba Score

Velmurugan K S

I am a associate professor in economics & director of a pg center( autonomous). I have rich teaching...

Economics is age-old subject started in Greek or Roman era 15th or 16-century b.c. It was defined initially as money or money making as early mercantilist said or beneficial gold or silver as latter mercantilists opined, or even as trade surplus as exports in late years Economics became the Study of... read more

Economics is age-old subject started in Greek or Roman era 15th or 16-century b.c. It was defined initially as money or money making as early mercantilist said or beneficial gold or silver as latter mercantilists opined, or even as trade surplus as exports in late years

Economics became the Study of State or Statism under the physiocrats regime late 17th-century or early 18th-century government producing all good & services to humans was leading economics thought.

In 1776 though Adam Smith was the first father of Economics who defined it as  "Science of Wealth ". Then came in the 19th century two brilliant economist who defined it as a study of human welfare in the ordinary business of life. It is one side pursuit of material welfare. On the other side, it is a study of acquirement of material requisites of well being (called nonmaterial welfare).

 With the turn of the late 19th century, we have the most scientific explanation " Economics is a study of human being, as a choice between ends & scarce means which have alternative uses (choice making or scarcity)."

With the advent of modern era 1990s & year 2000, further Economics became further crystalized into newer forms like "Economics as choice making or alternative cost like Revenue - Costs Direct & indirect ones + imputed costs, which will be real net revenues spread across time as well as intertemporally. Across different projects, different strategies (politics, management, business, and government, etc.).

This is where economics became a dynamic area of profit making & policy-making across material and nonmaterial pursuits in a modern age economies. It is here it became a basic tool in deciding different courses action or losses, across different consumers, producers, distributors, and marketing too. Quite naturally top business schools & academic across the globe recognize this toolbox discipline and their newer courses recognize as a basic paper in different general courses like M.A, M.B.A, as well as in technical course like B.Tech or in Cost Accountancy /pure business models. Thus the Key point is Economics, becoming quantitative is more application-oriented subject, among the Liberal Arts & Humanities.

In other words, Economics appears to be simplistic two variable but in reality, it encompasses multi as well as multiple variables in dynamic & in futuristic projections of physical and meta psychical ones in real life settings. In this sense " Economics is what we do & also what we don't do. "

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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan Tuition/BCom Tuition Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC) Tuition/BBA Tuition

What Are The Two Sources Of Stockholders' Equity?

Khushboo B.

I am having an experience of 5+ years in teaching Maths/Accounting/Economics/Statistics/Costing/Taxation/Law/Business...

The two basic sources of stockholders’ equity are: Contributed Capital Retained Earnings i. Contributed Capital: One of the two main sources of stockholders’ equity is contributed capital. Contributed Capital is the money brought into the business by selling stock in the company. These... read more

The two basic sources of stockholders’ equity are:

  • Contributed Capital
  • Retained Earnings

i. Contributed Capital:

One of the two main sources of stockholders’ equity is contributed capital. Contributed Capital is the money brought into the business by selling stock in the company. These funds are often the initial source of stockholders’ equity. When more stocks are sold, the firm’s stockholders’ equity increases.

 

ii. Retained Earnings:

Retained Earnings are the other main source of stockholders’ equity. Retained earnings are the accumulated amount of all net income since the organization of the corporation. Retained earnings are a reflection of how successful a company has operated over time.

 

iii. Conclusions:

Thus, the two main sources of stockholders’ equity are Contributed Capital and Retained Earnings.

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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan Tuition/BCom Tuition Tuition/BBA Tuition Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Account Used To Record The Premium When Issuing Common Stock

Khushboo B.

I am having an experience of 5+ years in teaching Maths/Accounting/Economics/Statistics/Costing/Taxation/Law/Business...

The premium on issuing common stock is rarely recorded in an account having that name. It is more commonly recorded in an account called Paid-In Capital In Excess of Par Value. It may also be recorded in an account called Additional Paid-In Capital. Paid-In Capital In Excess of Par Value is essentially... read more

The premium on issuing common stock is rarely recorded in an account having that name. It is more commonly recorded in an account called Paid-In Capital In Excess of Par Value. It may also be recorded in an account called Additional Paid-In Capital.

Paid-In Capital In Excess of Par Value is essentially the difference between the fair market value paid for the stock and the stock’s par value. In other words, it is the premium paid for an appreciated stock. Paid-In Capital In Excess of Par Value is created when investors pay more for their shares or stocks than the par value.

The account appears in the Shareholders’ equity section of the Balance Sheet. It does not appear in the Income Statement.

Conclusions:

Thus, premium on issuing common stock is recorded in Paid-In Capital In Excess of Par Value account or an account called Additional Paid-In Capital.

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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan Tuition/BCom Tuition Tuition/BBA Tuition Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

How To Record Sale Of Services On Account In Quickbooks?

Khushboo B.

I am having an experience of 5+ years in teaching Maths/Accounting/Economics/Statistics/Costing/Taxation/Law/Business...

Keeping track of sales is a critical need for any business, and the QuikBooks accounting packages allows for easy tracking and accounting of the sales and payments made. Sales can be recorded by creating a sales receipt for an immediate sale or by creating an invoice for billing a customer and to record... read more

Keeping track of sales is a critical need for any business, and the QuikBooks accounting packages allows for easy tracking and accounting of the sales and payments made.

Sales can be recorded by creating a sales receipt for an immediate sale or by creating an invoice for billing a customer and to record an accounts receivable sale. Once entered, the information can then be saved for use with other accounting procedures such as creating financial reports.

Procedure for creating Sales Receipt:

  1. Open Quickbooks and press the “Create Sales Receipts” icon on the QuickBooks homepage.
  2. Track the sale by entering a customer or job name into the “Customer: Job” space or use the arrow next to the space to select an existing customer from the drop-down menu.
  3. Click the Service Column to enter the Service sold. Select the Service from the drop-down menu or enter a new Service name. If the Service is new then select the Service Type within the “Type” menu of the pop-up “New- Service” window. Enter a description for the item in the “Description” Window and select the account type. Enter the service rate for the charge and Tax code, then press “Save & Close” to return to the sales receipt window.
  4. Select the quantity sold in the Sales Receipt Window.
  5. Click on the “Payment Method” arrow and select a payment method for the sale, such as cash or sale. Click on “Save & Close” button to save the receipt for your records.

Procedure for Creating Invoices:

  1. Start the QuickBooks program, and then open the “Customer” menu located at the top of the program. Click on “Create Invoice” to open the invoicing menu.
  2. Choose the customer to receive the invoice using the drop-down menu for “Customer Job”. Select a template from the “Template” menu or use the default invoicing template. Fill in the customer information.
  3. Fill in the purchase information for the sale. Include as much detail as possible including quantity sold, the product or service description and pricing information.
  4. Use the drop-down “Tax” menu beneath the sales information area to set the tax percentage to be applied to the total sales amount. Click on the arrow next to the “Customer Tax Code” at the bottom of the page and set the code to “Taxable” or “Exempt” to set the customer’s Tax status.
  5. Indicate whether the invoice is to be printed or emailed to the customer by placing a check in the appropriate boxes at the bottom of the form. Press the “Save” button to save the invoice.
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Answered on 02 Jan Tuition/BBA Tuition

Shahil Abdullah

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There is no scope for any course. The scope lies with you. your interest matters much more than the course itself. Any IIT will be the best institute India. Studying abroad any 5-star status university in Canada / Finland will pave way for a bright scope if taken seriously.
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Lesson Posted on 22/12/2017 Language/Spoken English Tuition/BBA Tuition/Business communication Tuition/BCA Tuition/Business Communication +4 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English Tuition/BA Tuition/Business Communication Tuition/BTech Tuition/Communication Skills Tuition/BCA Tuition/Communication Skills less

Secret Of Interview Skills And Preparation

Aishwarya

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Hi All, Interview skills training course produces a massive breakthrough in personal impact. It's the difference between achieving your dreams and not: Do you want to improve your interview skills technique? Need the boost in confidence that first class preparation brings? Are you ready to step forward... read more

Hi All, 

Interview skills training course produces a massive breakthrough in personal impact. 

It's the difference between achieving your dreams and not:

  • Do you want to improve your interview skills technique?
  • Need the boost in confidence that first class preparation brings?
  • Are you ready to step forward and take control of your future?

There is a massive need for interview candidates to thoroughly prepare for the big job interview, because it is still very much a buyers' market. There are many well qualified and experienced candidates currently available and only the best prepared will find the success they deserve.

Evaluating performance from both sides of the table delivers revealing insights into successful interview skill strategies.

Here comes the secret of how we achieve all this, the interview is your prime opportunity to expand on your personality and achievements. Your CV is merely the hook, your interviewing technique is what will reel in the big fish.

A great deal of time on the course is spent examining the types of interview questions you would generally expect. We also spend time devising coherent strategies for answering tricky interview questions. You will also receive comprehensive documentation for review following the course. The success factor lives in preparation as well as your ability to shine at the interview. If you are well prepared, confident and articultate, you have the type of unfair advantage that we all dream of in these circumstances.

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Asked on 16/12/2017 Tuition/BBA Tuition/Human Resource Management

What is the scope of HR in India? Which one is better: BBA+Mba or Human Resource Management?

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Asked on 24/11/2017 Tuition/BBA Tuition/Human Resource Management

I want to know about B.Com in Human Resource Management. What's the scope of B.Com in Human Resource... read more
I want to know about B.Com in Human Resource Management. What's the scope of B.Com in Human Resource Management in India and about the salary earned by it. How much salary is earned in it? read less

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