The aim of this course is to equip the Members of financial fraternity with the essential knowledge in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Also, educate the Members about the practical application of IFRS standards.
The Indian government has announced its commitment to converge
the Indian Accounting Standards (IAS) with International Financial
Reporting Standards (IFRS) by April 2011. While some of the India’s
blue chip companies have already begun to align their accounting
standards to the IFRS, years ahead of the mandatory time for the
switch over, others are in the process of convergence / adoption.
In view of the convergence of the Indian Accounting Standards with the IFRS, it has been decided to update the Members with the required knowledge. The participants are expected to achieve a clear conceptual understanding of the IFRS and possess sufficient knowledge expected out of an expert.
Ms. M.K. Geetha has over 30 years of experience in industry and academics with a good mix of knowledge in offline and online media services. She has domain expertise in finance, information systems audit, banking and insurance. Her experience comes from teaching, training, developing content for web-based portals and launch of industry vertical portals in finance, banking and insurance. In addition, she has an excellent track record of working in all the areas of finance and audit.
Ms. Geetha is Senior Vice President of the C & K Management Ltd. And is currently heading the IFRS Project Team. Besides her personal involvement in writing the book, she has been guiding a team of 25 persons that developed 125 hours of e-learning in IFRS.
This will enable the learner
The e learning course covers the following Accounting Standards.
|S. No.||IFRS /IAS No.||Topic
|1.||IFRS 1||First Time Adoption||4.10 hr|
|2.||IFRS 2||Share Based Payment||3.30 hr|
|3.||IFRS 3||Business Combinations||7.00 hr|
|4.||IFRS 4||Insurance contracts||2.00 hr|
|5.||IFRS 5||Non current assets held for sale||2.50 hr|
|6.||IFRS 6||Exploration for and Evaluation of Mineral Resources||1.10 hr|
|7.||IFRS 8||Operating Segments||3.20 hr|
|8.||IAS 1||Presentation of financial statements||7.30 hr|
|9.||IAS 2||Inventories||2.20 hr|
|10.||IAS 7||Statement of cash flows||3.20 hr|
|11.||IAS 8||Accounting policies||2.50 hr|
|12.||IAS 10||Events after reporting period||1.40 hr|
|13.||IAS 11||Construction contracts||2.30 hr|
|14.||IAS 12||Income taxes||3.30 hr|
|15.||IAS 16||PPE||3.50 hr|
|16.||IAS 17||Leases||4.20 hr|
|17.||IAS 18||Revenue Recognition||3.20 hr|
|18.||IAS 19||Employee Benefits||8.30 hr|
|19.||IAS 20||Government Grants||2.20 hr|
|20.||IAS 21||Effects of foreign exchange rates||3.20 hr|
|21.||IAS 23||Borrowing costs||1.40 hr|
|22.||IAS 24||Related Property disclosures||1.50 hr|
|23.||IAS 26||Accounting and reporting by retirement plans||2.20 hr|
|24.||IAS 27||Consolidated and separate financial statements||3.10 hr|
|25.||IAS 28||Investments in Associates||3.50 hr|
|26.||IAS 29||Financial reporting in Hyperinflationary economies||2.10 hr|
|27.||IAS 31||Interest in Joint Ventures||3.20 hr|
|28.||IAS 33||Earnings per share||3.40 hr|
|29.||IAS 34||Interim Financial reporting||3.20 hr|
|30.||IAS 36||Impairment of assets||8.30 hr|
|31.||IAS 37||Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets||3.50 hr|
|32.||IAS 38||Intangible assets||4.50 hr|
|33.||IAS 40||Investment Properties||4.20 hr|
|34.||IAS 41||Agriculture||2.00 hr|