Class 12 NCERT Computerised Accounting System

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Class 12 NCERT Computerised Accounting System

In modern business accounting transactions are processed through computers. Usage of computers and Information Technology (IT) enables a business to quickly, accurately and timely access the information that helps in decision-making. This sharpens the competitive edge and enhances profitability.

The computer systems works with the data which is processed by the hardware commanded by the user through software.

Chapters

1. Overview of Computerised Accounting System

  • 1.1 Computerised Accounting System
  • 1.2 Components of CAS
  • 1.3 Salient Features of CAS
  • 1.4 Grouping of Accounts
  • 1.5 Using Software of CAS
  • 1.6 Advantages of CAS
  • 1.7 Limitations of CAS
  • 1.8 Accounting Information System (AIS)

2. Spreadsheet

  • 2.1 Basic Concepts of Spreadsheet
  • 2.2 Data Entry, Text Management and Cell Formatting
  • 2.3 Data Formatting
  • 2.4 Output Reports
  • 2.5 Preparation of Reports Using Pivot Table
  • 2.6 Common Errors (Messages) in Spreadsheet

3. Use of Spreadsheet in Business Applications

  • 3.1 Payroll Accounting
  • 3.2 Asset Accounting
  • 3.3 Loan Repayment Schedule

4. Graphs and Charts for Business Data

  • 4.1 Graphs and Charts
  • 4.2 Basics Steps for Graphs/Charts/Diagrams Using Excel
  • 4.3 Advantages in Using Graph/Chart

5. Data Base Management System for Accounting

  • 5.1 Understanding and Defining the Database Requirement
  • 5.2 Identification of Data to be Stored in Tables
  • 5.3 Logical Structuring of Data in Tables
  • 5.4 Creating Database Tables in Microsoft Access
  • 5.5 Creation of Query in Microsoft Access
  • 5.6 Creation of Forms in Microsoft Access
  • 5.7 Creation of Reports in Microsoft Access