Accountancy is the practice of recording, distributing and reporting on trade transactions for a business. It furnishes feedback to the management with reference to the financial outcome and status of an establishment. The procedure of recording and abridging financial transactions is termed as ‘bookkeeping’.
NCERT solutions for class 11 Accountancy comprises of 15 chapters.
|NCERT Accountancy Solutions Class 11|
|Units||Name of the Chapters|
|Chapter 1||Introduction to Accounting|
|Chapter 2||Theory Base of Accounting|
|Chapter 3||Recording of Transactions – 1|
|Chapter 4||Recording of Transactions – 2|
|Chapter 5||Bank Reconciliation statement|
|Chapter 6||Trial Balance and Rectification of Errors|
|Chapter 7||Depreciation, Provisions and Reserves|
|Chapter 8||Bills of Exchange|
|Chapter 9||Financial Statements – 1|
|Chapter 10||Financial Statements – 2|
|Chapter 11||Accounts of Incomplete Records|
|Chapter 12||Applications of Computers in Accounting|
|Chapter 13||Computerised Accounting System|
|Chapter 14||Structuring Database for Accounting|
|Chapter 15||Accounting System Using Database Management System|
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