Basic Accounting Course – For Anyone

Basic Accounting Course - TallySchoolAre you a Science Student and you want to learn accounting?


Are you a Commerce Student wanting to refine your accounting knowledge?

Here is a great course on the basics of accounting. In this course you will learn everything you need to know about the basic accounting knowledge.

Many of the TallySchool readers told me that they are from science background or they do not know accounting as they should know to learn Tally well.

For learning Tally, you must know the basics of accounting well.

By going through this basic accounting course, you will be easily able to learn accounting and will be able to learn Tally eventually with much ease.

Who this course is for?

This course is for the following persons. If you seem to be one of those than this course is for you too.

  1. Science Student who does not know anything about Accounting and wants to learn Tally
  2. Commerce Student who does not know accounting well and wants to learn Tally (Yes, it happens but there is nothing to worry!)
  3. Business Owner want to learn Accounting and wants to learn Tally.
  4. Looking for a job related to Accounting. You need to know accounting well and Tally is now a days used in every industry.

Basic Accounting Course

I will upload videos of Basic Accounting Course one by one as I create them. You just have to sit and watch the video.

All you have to do is watch the entire videos and try learn from them. I speak in the videos, so make sure your speakers or headphones are running well.

If you have any queries, you can comment below and I’ll happy to answer that.

If you think this is a good course, share it with everyone you know who can benefit from this course and me too. 🙂

1. What is Accounting + Major Statements in Accounting

2. Terms used in Accounting + Accounting Rule

3. Basic Accounting Entries

4. Basic Accounting Statements in Detail

21 thoughts on “Basic Accounting Course – For Anyone

  1. praveen says:

    I am very confusion in debit and credit entry , in writing journal entry in books we write first Dr and Cr but in tally i will reflect Cr and Dr .
    and while making voucher entries what should i as to keep in my mind ?

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Praveen!

      You have to keep in mind only one thing. That is which account will be debit and which account will be credit in the entry in tally.
      Now, whether Dr is first or Cr is first, it doesn’t matter.

      Enter the debit account in Dr and credit account in Cr. That’s it.

    • Kunal Rameshchandra Sheth says:

      Hi Praveen forget what you learnt before and now listen my knowledge you just remember AECLR formula, A=ASSETS, E=EXPENSES, C=CAPITAL, L=LIABILITIES & R=REVENUE
      you write this on a paper and apply this rule you will never confuse in Dr. & Cr.
      If you get this point reply me on 09714956295

  2. Thameemulla Shariff says:

    Hi Rishit Shah I’m Accountant in a private firm and i want to now more about Tally and GST process

  3. sushmita says:

    hii sir i have one doubt please clr my doubt.
    if consumer purchase a good & make an immediate payment via swipe i.e debit card credit card or neft then what we u have to choose in party a/c name in sales voucer…?
    if party directly giving cash then we choose cash a/c but he pay through card then what we have in party a/c name if be dont know party name in sales voucher,,

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Sushmita!

      For this kind of situations, you have pass a POS Sales Voucher which gives the option of selecting card, NEFT and other options of the payment received.
      You can enable this by creating a new sales voucher type.

      For Gate Gateway of Tally > Accounts Info. > Voucher Types > Create > Select Sales > Select the option of POS Invoicing to YES.

  4. Alok Tiwari says:

    I want video in Hindi language. Please provide video in Hindi language. I find little difficult to understand some concept in English language. In 12th standard, I study in science stream. Then in graduation, I did B.Com. But still I don’t have idea about entries.

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