Accounting & Office Management


To develop knowledge and understanding of – 

  • Concepts, principles, practices and procedures of accounting and auditing.
  • Various books, records, documents and vouchers which are basic one for accounting activity.

To enable students to attain proficiency in –

  • Writing books of accounts in both ways manually as well as computerized such as cash books, other day books, journal, ledger etc.
  • Preparing trial balance, final accounts, reconciliation statements and filling income tax / sales tax return forms  and statements.
  • Preparing cost sheets, finding out contract costs, marginal costs, standard & actual costs, variance analysis,   reconciliation of cost & financial profits etc.

Job Opportunities –

A) Wage Employment (Manual and Computer Based):

  1. Accounts Clerk, Accounts Assistant
  2. Billing Clerk
  3. Cashier / Cash clerk
  4. Ledger Clerk
  5. Cost Clerk, Cost Assistant
  6. Audit Clerk, Audit Assistant
  7. Office Clerk/ Office Assistant

B) Self Employment (Manual / Computer Based):

After completion of this course and completion of one year apprenticeship training, candidates should be licensed    as “Certified Book Keeper” if they have successfully completed one month advanced tally course & MS-CIT course, which would enable him to practice book keeping work independently & can undertake accounting jobs independently as mentioned in wage-employment.

Mentioned in wage-employment. Marking Scheme: – (Vocational Papers)

Sr. NoSubject     TheoryPractical/OralTotalAverage
3General Foundation Course8020100100
4Office Management & Organization 100100200100
5Fundamentals Of Accounts100100200100
6Costing & Auditing100100200100
7EVSTerm-I -50Term-II- 50 100/2=50
8Physical Training2525 50 (to be converted to grades)