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Courses Provided By Prashra Academy

  • INDIRECT TAXATION (IDT)
  • DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING,FINANCES & TAXATION(DAFT)
  • COMPLETE FINANCIAL MARKET COURSE
  • COMPLETE SHARE MARKET COURSE
  • NCFM/BCFM/NISM CERTIFICATION COURSES
  • GST Training

  • STUDIES THROUGH PRESENTATION
  • PROJECTS & ASSIGNMENTS
  • SOFTWARE TRAINING
  • PREPARE ACCORDING TO JOB PROFILE
  • CORPORATE INTERNSHIP
  • GLOBALLY ACCEPTED CERTIFICATIONS
  • KNOWLEDGE BANK(IN-HOUSE FINANCIAL LIBRARY)
  • REAL TIME MARKET EXPERIENCE & CAES STUDIES
  • 100% JOB ASSISTANCE

  • HIGHLY ACKNOWLEDGED & RECOMMENDED COURSE STRUCTURE
  • PRACTICAL-SESSIONS
  • TAXATION-GOODS & SERVICE TAX(GST),INDIRECT & DIRECT
  • FINANCIAL INVESTMENT DOMAIN EXPOSURE
  • PRACTICAL ACCOUNTING ASPECTS
  • EXPECTED SALARY OF RS.10000 TO 15000 & ABOVE
  • EXPERIENCED FACULTIES
  • TRAINING SESSION ON
  • CARRIER GUIDANCE/CARRIER OPTIONS IN TAXATION & FINANCIAL SECTORS
  • COMPLETE PERSONALITY GROOMING
  • INTERNSHIP,ON JOB TRAINING

              We provide  100% JOB ASSISTANCE for our student who successfully complete our courses.  We also provide HRservices ,with this services we provide suitable job to unemployed anf  employed who want better  prospect and secured  JOB.There is no placement fee/chargesfor HR services or placement. It is completely free as a corporate social responsibility.

Study Material For Financial Market & Share Market Course

  •  An overview of Indian Financial System
  •  Stock Exchange in India-I
  •  Stock Exchange in India-II
  •  Understanding the Stock Prices Terms in Daily Newspaper
  •  The Procedure of Clearing and Settlement at Stock Exchange
  •  Procedure with regard to Transfer of Share
  •  Depositories Participants (DP)
  •  IPO and Public Issue
  •  Securities Analysis
  •  Technical Analysis
  •  Efficient Market Hypothesis
  •  Risk and Return-I -Basics
  •  Risk and Return-II -Portfolio Theory
  •  Risk and Return-III -Asset Pricing Models
  •  Introduction to Derivatives
  •  Forward Contracts
  •  Future Contracts
  •  Introduction to Options
  •  Option Contracts
  •  Type of Option Contracts
  •  Option Trading Strategies
  •  Option Valuation Strategies-Binominal Model
  •  The Black and Scholes Model
  •  Option-Greeks
  •  Derivatives in India
  •  Derivatives in India-Financial Dailies
  •  Concept and Role of Mutual Funds
  •  Important Terms of Mutual Funds
  •  Classification of Mutual Funds
  •  Investment Valuation
  •  Performance Measures of Mutual Fund
  •  Return, Risk & Performance of Mutual Fund
  •  How to read Mutual Fund Listing From Newspaper-A Case Study
  •  Offer Document and Advertisement for Mutual fund
  •  Taxation of Mutual Fund Income
  •  Gold Exchange Traded Funds
  •  Investor's Right and Protection
  •  Corporate Action
  •  Reading and referring Journals and Articles of capital Market

Study Material Financial For Taxation Course

INTRODUCTION

  •  1.1 Basis for Taxation
  •  1.2 Direct Taxes and Indirect Taxes
  •  1.3 Features of Indirect Tax,
  •  1.4 Constitutional Validity
  •  1.5 Administration and Relevant Procedures

CENTRAL EXCISEACT,1944

  •  2.1 Constitutional Background
  •  2.2 Laws Relating to Central Excise
  •  2.3 Central Excise Act, 1944
  •  2.4 Duties Livable
  •  2.5 Levy, Collection & Exemptions from Excise Duty
  •  2.6 Goods
  •  2.7 Excitability of Plant & Machinery, Waste and Scrap
  •  2.8 Manufacture
  •  2.9 Manufacturer
  •  2.10 Classification of Goods
  •  2.11 Valuation of Goods
  •  2.12 Valuation in case of Job Work – Rule 10A
  •  2.13 Some Critical Issues in Central Excise
  •  2.14 Assessable Value under Section 4
  •  2.15 Value Based on Retail Sale Price
  •  2.16 MRP Based Valuation
  •  2.17 Assessment under Central Excise Law
  •  2.18 Procedural Aspects under Central Excise Duty
  •  2.19 Refund & Other Important Provisions
  •  2.20 Other Procedures in Central Excise
  •  2.21 Excise Audit
  •  2.22 Warehousing
  •  2.23 Export Benefits and Procedures
  •  2.24 Excises on Small Scale Industries
  •  2.25 Demands and Penalties
  •  2.26 Appeals
  •  2.27 Important Provisions of Central Excise Act, 1944
  •  2.28 Important Provisions of Central Excise Rules, 2002
  •  2.28 Important Provisions of Central Excise Rules, 2002
  •  2.30 Rules of Classification

Cenvat Credit

  •  3.1 Background of Cenvat Credit
  •  3.2 Highlights of Cenvat Credit Scheme
  •  3.3 Utilization of Cenvat Credit
  •  3.4 Reversal of Cenvat Credit
  •  3.5 Refund of Cenvat Credit
  •  3.6 Obligation of a manufacturer or Producer offinal Products and a provider of taxable services
  •  3.7 Input service Distributor
  •  3.8 Documents and Accounts
  •  3.9 Other Provisions

CUSTOM LAW

Section A
Section B
  •  4.1 Introduction
  •  4.2 Types of Custom Duty
  •  4.3 Valuation in Customs
  •  4.4 Methods of Valuation
  •  4.5 Export Goods- Valuation for Assessment
  •  4.6 Self-assessment on basis of 'Risk Management System' (RMS)
  •  4.7 Procedures for Import
  •  4.8 Procedures for Export
  •  4.9 Transit and Transshipment of Goods
  •  4.10 Exemptions and Remission
  •  4.11 Refund of Customs Duty
  •  4.12 Appointment of Officers of Customs
  •  4.13 Appointment of Customs Station, Warehousing Stations etc.
  •  4.14 Central Government Power of Prohibition, Detection of Illegal Imported and Export Goods
  •  4.15 Warehousing in Customs
  •  4.16 Provisional Assessment of Duty (Section 18)
  •  4.17 Baggage, Courier and Import and Export through Post
  •  4.18 Drawback
  •  4.19 Other provisions in Customs
  •  4.20 Project Imports
  •  4.21 Offences, Power and Penalties under Custom
  •  4.18 Drawback
  •  4.22 Anti-Dumping Duty-An Overview

EXIM POLICYS

  •  5.1 Export Promotion Schemes
  •  5.2 Duty Drawback
  •  5.3 EOU and Similar Schemes
  •  5.4 Special Economic Zones (SEZ)
  •  5.5 Advance Authorization
  •  5.6 Duty Entitlement Pass Book Scheme (DEPB Scheme)
  •  5.7 Duty Free Import Authorization (DFIA)
  •  5.8 EPCG Authorization
  •  5.9 Foreign Trade Policy
  •  5.10 Administration of Policy by DGFT
  •  5.11 Import/Export Authorization
  •  5.12 Export Promotion Councils
  •  5.13 Policy for Import of Goods
  •  5.14 Restrictions on Exports

Service Tax

  •  6.1 Introduction
  •  6.2 Registration under Service Tax
  •  6.3 Reverse Charge
  •  6.4 Brand Name of another Person
  •  6.5 Payment of Service Tax [Rule 6]
  •  6.6 Rate of Service Tax
  •  6.7 Invoices under Service Tax
  •  6.8 Records to be maintained
  •  6.9 Automation of Central Excise and Service Tax (ACES)
  •  6.10 Electronic Accounting System in Excise and Service Tax (EASIEST)
  •  6.11 Negative List, Exempted Services & Mega Exemptions
  •  6.12 Point of Taxation
  •  6.13 Taxable Event in Service Tax
  •  6.14 Place of Provision of service Rules
  •  6.15 Valuation of Taxable Services (Section 67)
  •  6.16 Important Issues under Service Tax Provisions
  •  6.17 E-Payment of Service Tax
  •  6.18 Self Adjustment of Excess Tax Paid
  •  6.19 Special Audit
  •  6.20 Return
  •  6.21 Penalties
  •  6.22 Adjudication & Appeals

Adjudication Penalties and Appeal

  •  7.1 Common Topics in Indirect Taxes
  •  7.2 Adjudication in Indirect Taxes
  •  7.3 Enforcement Powers of Revenue Officers
  •  7.4 Penalties in Indirect Tax Laws
  •  7.5 Appeal provisions under Central Excise, Service Tax and Customs
  •  7.6 Settlement Commission
  •  7.7 Authority for Advance Ruling

State VAT

  •  8.1 Background of State VAT
  •  8.2 Basic Principle of VAT
  •  8.3 Registration under VAT
  •  8.4 Overview of State VAT
  •  8.5 Purchase Tax in VAT or 'Reverse Change'
  •  8.6 Tax Rates under VAT
  •  8.7 Valuation of Taxable Turnover
  •  8.8 Procedural Provisions under VAT
  •  8.9 Assessment of Tax
  •  8.10 Impact of VAT on CST
  •  8.11 Role of Cost Accountant under VAT
  •  8.12 Agricultural Products or Commodities
  •  8.13 High Seas
  •  8.14 Phased out inter-state Sale Tax (i.e. Central Sales Tax)

Income Tax

  •  9.1 Accounting Management
  •  9.2 Financial Accounting Concepts
  •  9.3 Accounts Transactions
  •  9.4 Accounting Treatment
  •  9.5 Accounting Software
  •  9.6 Inventory Management
  •  9.7 Inventory Masters
  •  9.8 Taxation Systems
  •  9.9 Inventory Transactions
  •  9.10 Inventory Registers
  •  9.11Income tax file

GOODS AND SERVICE TAX (GST)

  •  10.1 Sourcing
  •  10.2 Distribution
  •  10.3 Pricing and Profitability
  •  10.4 Cash Flow
  •  10.5 System Changes and Transaction Management

Examination question papers shall be to every student on the completion of the course

Grading System
  •  Minimum pass marks percentage in each paper : 40%
  •  Minimum aggregate marks : 50%
  •  Minimum aggregate marks for Distinction : 75%
For evaluation purpose, a three point system would be used. The grade and its corresponding percentage are as follows:
  •  A Grade (Distinction) 75-100
  •  B Grade (I st class) 65-74
  •  C Grade (II nd class) 50-64