Post Graduate Diploma In Accounting

Introduction/Description

Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting has been designed to equip the students with comprehensive book-keeping knowledge which will help in-service students to strengthen their concepts and improve their professional competencies. It will also suit candidates who intend to start their professional career with strong book-keeping exposure.

Program Objectives

  • The PGD in accounting aims to develop among the students conceptual understanding of accounting skills throughout the accounting cycle.
  • To cultivate in them independent learning, analytical, critical thinking and, problem-solving skills.
  • To prepare the students for this challenging profession in the modern business world. Further, after completing it, a student may move to Master of Accounting – 2 Years. Program.

Admission Eligibility Criteria

Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university/ institute in any discipline with at least 45% marks or CGPA 2.00 out of 4.

However, candidates having less than 45% marks will be eligible for admission after successful completion of “Zero  Semester”.

Course Exemption

Course(s) exemption is not allowed.

Duration

It is a one-year duration program that comprises two semesters. Each semester has 18 weeks duration.

Courses of Study

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Assessment of Study Progress

The students’ study progress evaluation mechanism is based on continuous assessment throughout the semester by giving assignments, on-line quizzes, Graded Discussion Boards (GDBs), mid-term and final term exams. The mid-term and final term exams are conducted at VU’s designated centers and usually count for 80 to 85% of the total marks for a course.

Award of Degree

To be eligible for the award of Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting, students are required to complete course work program (minimum two semesters) of at least 36 credit hours course work with minimum CGPA 2.00 out of 4.

Fee Structure

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Disclaimer

  • The courses may be revised time to time as a result of continuous review to bring them at par with courses from being taught at top-class foreign universities. While reviewing the courses, needs of local industry and job market are also given full consideration.
  • The University reserves the right to change fee structure from time to time.