Accounts & Economics

Upto B.Com

We provide coaching in all subjects of  commerce especially economics and accounts. Our teaching methodology makes the subject easy for the students aside from sharing thier general interest in the field. The Deep Knowledge of these subjects will help the aspirants to make their carreers as CA , Managers , Accountants, Financiers and Economists.

All Subjects

Upto class X

KTP provides coaching in all subjects to students  upto class X. the coaching is provided as per the individual needs of each student. We are very well aware that each child has different learning abilities and we focus on providing the best understanding of each subject. KTP provide this facilty for all the students.

Spoken English

English is a global language and is accepted and supported everywhere including India. Speaking in English makes a person looks more confident as this kind of interaction adds to our personality quite positively.Every individual wants to receive the best of education to achieve his or her dreams.


Employment of Economists and Accountants

Economists can earn bachelor of science or bachelor of arts degrees in their fields. They take a mix of business, liberal arts and science courses as undergraduates, and when they finish, they can continue to graduate school to obtain master’s or doctoral degrees. Without advanced education, economists can’t do professional research, but they can often find jobs in other fields, particularly in business. However, they aren’t qualified to work as accountants because they haven’t learned the methods that accountants use to balance budgets and record expenses.

Controllers and Comptrollers

An accountant with many years of experience can eventually be promoted to the position of controller or comptroller. These similarly named jobs are actually one and the same, but businesses call them controllers and governments call them comptrollers. A comptroller is an elected city official, while a controller is hired by the board of directors of a company. In both cases, they work as the lead accountants of an organization. A controller answers to the Chief Financial Officer, and a comptroller answers to the city treasurer or mayor.