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Rolling Batch for Dip IFRS ACCA Exam

IFRS London Training Schedule

10 Days Weekend
Mumbai (Dadar) 10 Sundays
Pune 10 Saturdays
Online Selfpaced Anytime via Internet

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What is the course fee? (excluding exam fee GBP 185 (approx. INR 16000)

INR 25000/- for physical classroom (face-to-face)– including GST

INR 15000/- for online self-paced – including GST

INR 28000/- for combined course. (online+physical) – including GST

Can I get some discount?

Our course fee is very nominal.

So, we have only Group discounts as follows:

3 to 5 students - discount INR 1000 per participant

6 to 9 students - discount INR 2000 per participant

10 & above no. of students - discount INR 3000 per participant

What do you provide within this fee package?

Fee includes training Guidance, Taxes (GST), Placement Assistance and our own book &along with slides and question bank (*does not include exam reg fees by ACCA).

For Classroom students are provided with placement assistance

For online student we provide guidance on placement

Training duration ?

Training takes 10 Sundays(Mumbai) 10 to 5 or 10 Saturdays(Pune) 11 to 5.

Do you have demo classes available?

You can watch this demo video on youtube for your reference-
Demo Classes

When your new batch is getting started?

Your convenience is utmost priority to us .So, we kept rolling batch. You can join us anytime and we will cover up everything for you. In case if you miss classes in between, you can attend repeat classes. As the course modules are all different standards you will not face any issues.

How much time I have to invest for your online course?

Around 200 hours study is required. If you are CA or CA inter may be you can complete in 150 hours

What about results of students of ConsultIFRS.com?

Our result 90% and above all the time.

Do you teach IndAS also?

We teach IFRS/Ind AS both and it's included in our course. We might add here that both are almost same.

Do you provide certificate for the course?

We provide our own certificate for doing training.

What is your latest result scenario?

June 2018 exam 90% results with VarunaThakur topper 79%

What is your office address? Do you have any office in Dadar in Mumbai or pune?

We have our office in below mentioned address only
RammohanBhave, 2nd floor, 10, Sundersringar, Gulmohar Road, Chunabhatti (E), Mumbai-400022 landmark oppchemburnagriksahakari bank GPS

In Dadar or Pune we have classrooms only for lecture.Faculty or any other office person is not available there. Please get in touch with us for any meetings.

Where is your Mumbai class venue?

TarabaiModak Pre Primary English Medium School
135/B, Lakhamsi Napoo Road, Matunga Central Railway Workshop, Hindu Colony, Dadar, Matunga Central Railway Workshop, Hanuman Nagar, Dadar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400014 ph-022 2410 5289 GPS

Where is your Pune class venue?

Mrs. Joshi’s Accounting Academy 4th Floor, Prestige Point, Near BSNL Telephone Exchange, Bajirao Road, Sathe Colony Shukrawar Peth, Pune, Maharashtra 411002, India GPS

Enrolment And Payment

How can I enrol for training from ConsultIFRS.com?

Whole admission procedure is E-procedure
Download admission form Here and mail filed up form to info@consultifrs.com

What is the payment options available with you?

By Cheque can deposited in any branch of HDFC anywhere.
By NEFT to the Bank account details below
Bank Details

HDFC Bank Current A/c
Account Name: ConsultIFRS.com (for cheque deposit)
Account name: ConsultIFRS (for neft)
Account No: 01632020001456
Branch: SION, Mumbai

Credit/debit card and online payment is also available. Click Here

Details Related to ACCA DIP IFRS Exam

What is the exam fee?

Exam fee GBP 185(around 16k to 17k in INR) payable by 15th April for 7thJune 2019 dip IFRS exam. You have to separately register from

What is the current exam date and last date for registration?

Exam on - 7th June 2019, Document submission before 15thApril 2019 by scanned mail or courier, Dip IFRS ACCA exam.
Please tell me about the exam paper?

DipIFR is assessed by a three-hour written exam held twice a year for 100 marks with passing mark of 50 per cent.

There are 4 compulsory questionsin the paper which requires a mix of calculations and written answers. The assessment marks are split as follows: QuestionOne Consolidation question (40 marks) &Q 2, 3, 4 there arethree scenario questions (20 marks each= total 60 marks).

What is the subject of paper & syllabus? – the title of paper is IFRS itself. Syllabus includes most of the IFRS standards, and pl. note IFRS means and includes IFRS as well as IAS. Ind AS is substantially same as IFRS (including IAS)

Where can I see past question papers?

We will add you to our google group. You will get past question papers and answers. Talk to Tamal 9167146714 or Bhimrao or Amit 8108557000 to see sample paper

What is ACCA result?

ACCA World and India result 40% to 50%

What is the eligibility criteria for DIP IFRS ACCA exam?

You need one of the following

a) CA,CMA,CS membership (pl. note membership, not just passing) OR
b) Two years' relevant finance and / or accounting experience and a relevant degree like B. Com.

c) Three years' relevant finance and /or accounting experience

Diploma in IFRS from ACCA UK

Who is eligible to take the course ?

Chartered Accountants

Commerce graduates with 2 years of experience in the Finance and Accounts department 3. Graduates from any other field with 3 years of experience in the Finance and Accounts department

What are the passing marks ?

The pass mark is 50%

Does the syllabus cover all the IFRSs, IFRICs and SICs ?

It covers all IFRS, 27 out of the 29 IAS, 8 out of 17 IFRICs,5 out of 11 SICs.

The following is not covered:

IAS 29 Financial reporting in hyperinflationary benefit plans
IAS 26 Accounting and reporting by retirement benefit plans
IFRIC 2 Members shares in Co-operative entities and similar instruments
IFRIC 4 Determining whether an arrangement contains a lease
IFRIC 6 Liabilities arising from participating in a specific market - waste electrical and electronic equipment
IFRIC 7 Applying the restatement approach under IAS 29 financial reporting in hyperinflationary economies
IFRIC 8 Scope of IFRS 2
IFRIC 9 Reassessement of embedded derivatives
IFRIC 16 Hedges of a net investment in a foreign operation
IFRIC 17 Distributions of non cash assets to owners
IFRIC 18 Transfers of assets from customers
SIC 7 Introduction of the Euro
SIC13 Jointly controlled entities - non monetary contributions by venturers
SIC 21 Income taxes - recovery of revalued non depreciable assets
SIC 25 Income taxes - changes in the tax status of an entity or its shareholders
SIC 27 Evaluating the substance of transactions involving the legal form of a lease
SIC 29 Service concession arrangements - disclosures

IFRS - International Financial Reporting Standards

What is IFRS ?

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is a set of accounting standards, developed by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) that is becoming the global standard for the preparation of public company financial statements.

ICAI has announced transition to IFRS by 2011. Companies would need to ensure IFRS preparedness as early as April 2010. Therefore, there exists a substantial opportunity for Indian CAs and commerce graduates with 2 years of relevant experience.

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is becoming bigger and bigger subject in coming days. There is a huge demand for the professionals in the industry with right kind of training and orientation on IFRS.

US will converge by 2014-2016. India will converge in 2011.International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is becoming bigger and bigger subject in coming days. There is a huge demand for the professionals in the industry with right kind of training and orientation on IFRS.

What is the IASB ?

The IASB is an independent accounting standard-setting body, that consists of 14 members from nine countries. This organisation took over from the International Accounting Standards Committee in 2001. It has members from nine countries and is based in London.

It is funded by contributions from major accounting firms, private financial institutions and industrial companies, central and development banks, and other international and professional organizations throughout the world.

Is IFRS very different than Indian GAAP?

Yes - there are conceptual differences, with the focus also being different.