- It attempts to meet the varied requirements at different levels and yet it is a unified whole and the discussion flows logically from one chapter to the next.
- In all chapters after starting with the explanation of elementaries of a topic, the complexities of the advanced problems have been explained and solved in a lucid manner.
- At many places explanatory notes and alternative solutions have been given to widen the reader's horizon.
- All problems have been carefully graded and very difficult ones marked with asterisk.
Volume I: Total Solved Illustrations 732, Exercises 1098, Pages 1828
- Financial Accounting & Financial Statements
- Accounting Principles
- Double Entry Book-keeping–Transaction Analysis
- Income Measurement
- Balance Sheet
- Recording, Posting and Preparation of Trial Balance
- Final Accounts
- Rectification of Errors
- Bank Reconciliation Statement
- Inventory Valuation
- Bills of Exchange
- Capital and Revenue–Expenditure and Receipts
- Accounting of Non-Trading Concerns
- Manufacturing Accounts and Cost Statements
- Consignment Accounts
- Joint Ventures
- Accounting for Goods sent on “Sale or Return” Basis
- Mathematics of Accounting
- Average Due Date and Account Current
- Self-Balancing and Sectional Balancing Systems.
- Economic and Accounting Concept of Income
- Depreciation Accounting
- Accounting for Packages or Containers
- Farm Accounts
- Contract Accounts
- Investment Accounts
- Insurance Claims
- Insolvency Accounting
- Departmental Accounting
- Branch Accounting
- Royalty Accounts
- Hire-Purchase and Instalment Purchase System
- Computers and Accounting
- Single Entry System
- Miscellaneous Accounts
- Foreign Branches
- Lease Accounting
- Accounting Standards.