Online Course for CA Foundation
Searching for the best coaching classes for CA? TG Campus® online CA Foundation course includes live lectures, Doubt removal sessions, practice tests & much more that help to crack the CA exam.
- 600+ Lecture Hours
- 100+ Hours of Doubt Removals
- 50+ Chapter Tests
- 2 Mock Tests
- Unlimited Hours of Self Practice Tests
- Recordings of all Live Sessions
Batch Start Date:
11th October, 2021
The CA Foundation Course is the first stage for Chartered Accountant Exams offered by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Exams for the CA Foundation will be conducted twice a year i.e. May/ June and November/December.
Students can appear for CA Foundation Exam after clearing the Higher Secondary Examination (10+2).
PAPER 1: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF ACCOUNTING
(Paper 1: Duration: Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks)
CA Foundation Accountancy helps students, to develop an understanding of the basic concepts and principles of accounting and acquire the ability to apply the same in preparing financial statements and simple problem solving, which is the objective of the subject.
PAPER 2: BUSINESS LAWS AND BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE AND REPORTING
(Paper 2: Duration: Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks)
PART A: BUSINESS LAWS (60 MARKS)
CA Foundation Business Laws help students to develop an understanding of significant provisions of select business laws and acquire the ability to address basic application-oriented issues by which objective of course is achievable.
PART B: BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE & REPORTING (MARKS 40)
CA Foundation Business Correspondence and Reporting helps students to acquire and develop good communication skills required for business correspondence and reporting, which ultimately helps in scoring good marks in the exam.
PAPER 3: BUSINESS MATHEMATICS, LOGICAL REASONING AND STATISTICS
(Paper 3: Duration: Three hours, Maximum: 100 Marks)
CA Foundation Business Mathematics, Logical Reasoning and Statistics help Students to develop an understanding of the basic mathematical and statistical tools and their application in Business, Finance and Economics.
Part A: Business Mathematics (40 Marks)
Part B: Logical Reasoning (20 Marks)
Part C: Statistics (40 Marks)
PAPER 4: BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL KNOWLEDGE
(Paper 4: Duration: Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks)
PART A: BUSINESS ECONOMICS (60 Marks)
Business Economics help students, to develop an understanding of the concepts and theories in Business Economics and apply such concepts and theories in simple problem-solving.
PART B: BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL KNOWLEDGE (40 MARKS)
Business and Commercial Knowledge help Students, to develop an understanding of common business and commercial concepts and to keep abreast with developments in the business and commercial world.
TG CAMPUS helps the students with the Objectives of the CA Foundation Course. Our teachers make use of various Learning Tools, but are not limited to:
- Real-Life Case Studies of different scenarios
- TG Study Materials (Reference Books)
- The Study Materials have been created by experts of TG keeping in line with the learning pedagogy of the students.
- The Study Materials is prepared in line with ICAI modules and lays a very strong foundation.
- Live Classes
- More than 600 hours of live lectures.
- All the classes are Live with both Teachers and Students interacting with each other in a Virtual Environment.
- Recording of all Live sessions.
- Through Live sessions Teachers showcase the application of various case studies thereby making the students learn these application of concepts in the course. These helps the students to implement them in reality.
- Discussion Forum
- The Discussion Forum is an Open platform for interaction with peers. They can post their queries which can be answered by other students of the same batch or by the teacher.
- Tests and Assessments
- More than 100 hours of Tests
- Regular Mentoring of students by Counsellors
- Parent-Teacher Meetings are held to keep the parent abreast with the progress of the students
PAPER 1: Accounting
|Bank Reconciliation Process||05||02|
|Concept and Accounting of Depreciation||05||02|
|Accounting for Special Transactions||23||02|
|Preparation of Final Accounts of Sole Proprietors||15||02|
|Financial statements for Not for Profit Organizations||07||02|
PAPER 2: Business law and Business correspondence and Reporting
SEC A: Business law
|The Indian Contract Act, 1872||10||02|
|The Sale of Goods Act, 1930||08||02|
|The Indian Partnership Act, 1932||09||02|
|The Limited Liability Partnership Act,2008||06||02|
|The Companies Act,2013||07||02|
SEC B: Business Correspondence and Reporting
|Sentence Types and Direct-Indirect, Active-Passive Speech||05||01|
|Introduction to Basics of Writing||02||01|
|Writing Formal Letters and Official Communication||03||01|
|Writing Formal Mails||02||01|
PAPER 3: Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning & Statistics
SEC A: Business Mathematics
|Ratio and Proportion, Indices, Logarithms||06||02|
|Equations and Matrices||06||02|
|Time Value of Money||06||02|
|Basic Concepts of Permutations and Combinations||05||02|
|Sequence and Series - Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions||05||02|
|Sets, Functions and Relations||05||02|
|Basic Concepts of Differential and Integral Calculus||07||02|
SEC B: Logical Reasoning
|Number Series, Coding and Decoding and Odd Man Out||05||02|
SEC C: Statistics
|Statistical Description of Data||06||02|
|Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion||06||02|
|Correlation And Regression||06||02|
|Index Number and Time Series||08||02|
PAPER 4: Business Economics and Business and Commercial Knowledge
SEC A: Business Economics
|Nature & Scope of Business Economics||04||02|
|Theory of Demand and Supply||19||02|
|Theory of Production and Cost||10||02|
|Meaning and Types of Markets||22||02|
SEC B: Business and Commercial Knowledge
|Business and Commercial Knowledge - An Introduction||06||02|
|Government Policies for Business Growth||05||02|
|Organizations Facilitating Business||06||02|
|Common Business Terminologies||06||02|