Business organizations look for techno-commercial skills to fill key positions that are emerging at the intersection of finance, communication, and operational excellence. Identified with job titles such as accounting technician and techno-commercial manager, these new breeds of professionals can be expected to know of accounting concepts and practices, IT knowledge, comprehension and presentation skills, and quality concepts that are applied in different types of work environments – from offices to factories.

Course Objective

The course aims to create excellent accounting technicians who can help businesses identify, and tap growth opportunities and make continuous improvement a part of a culture. It teaches accounting principles, concepts, and conventions – right from double entry systems of bookkeeping to generating various financial reports such as cash flow statements, profit and loss account and balance sheets.

The participants are trained to master Tally ERP 9 and Reach Accountant, two leading financial and office automation tools, and use them for accounting, inventory, tax and payroll, leads and sales management, and CRM.

As part of imparting general business software skills, the course trains the participants in essential MS Office packages including MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint. The course imparts participants with the knowledge of fundamental quality concepts of 3Ms, 5S housekeeping methods, and Kaizen philosophy.

Course content

Subjects and software covered include:

  • MS Office
  • Employability Skill Development Program
  • Basics of Accounting
  • Tally Complete
  • Course on 5S


  • Courseware for all modules
  • Practical and hands-on training
  • Extensive practical sessions
  • Training by certified trainers
  • Post-training guidance


Minimum 10th or 12th Grade graduate

Who can enroll?

  • Accounting professionals
  • Freshers looking for an entry into the accounting field
  • Graduates/graduating students of BCom, BBA, BA, BCS, MCom and MBA
  • Students of BCom, BBA, BA, BCS, MCom, and MBA
  • Higher secondary school students