Certified Accounting (Fundamentals) Professional

Learn the basics of accounting

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Course Description

The accounting function in an organization involves analyzing, recording, summarizing and presenting financial information to a variety of internal and external users. Bookkeeping is a part of the accounting function and includes recording financial transactions in journals and posting them into ledgers. Further down into the accounting cycle, trial balances are done and adjustment entries are made. Finally, at the end of accounting period financial statements are prepared and presented to management and other users to facilitate operational and strategic review, decision making and control.

This path provides learners with the toolkit essential to understand and speak the language of finance and accounting. Courses in the path provide an understanding of how transactional entries are recorded and posted in accounting books, trial balances are conducted and accounts adjusted and closed. The path also walks learners through how to account for equity transactions like issuance of common stocks and dividends and how to prepare the three financial statements.

Exam & Certification

Candidates opting for Vskills certification, will undergo the assessment exam at Vskills centers, across India. The details for same are as.

  • The Certification Exam is for one hour (1 hour) duration.
  • The exam has 50 multiple choice questions (1 marks each), with no negative marking.
  • The passing percentage is 50% i.e., 25 marks need to be scored in order to clear the exam.
  • One exam attempt is provided per registration with no limit on re-appearance.
  • Certification Exam is computer based exam, held every month at Vskills exam centers.
  • Exam result is shown after submitting the exam.


  • Successful candidates receive the hard copy certificate usually in 7-10 working days and the link to soft copy can be accessed with in 2-3 working days, post exam date.


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