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Today, we were supposed to present our research proposals to our instructor in our research subject. But, unfortunately we weren’t able to present because the time ran out. I think it has its perks because we can prepare more but it’s not good to prolong the agony either.
There were a lot of questions asked and I can't help but think if we'll be able to wing it. But, still we'll do our best.
We made three research proposals so we’ll have back-up in case the other one would be rejected. Here are the research titles we had proposed and presented.
Implementation and Challenges of Paperless Accounting of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Vigan, Ilocos Sur
Nowadays, organizations replaced paper-based to paperless accounting because of the latter being more efficient and flexible. Paperless accounting is also one way for organizations to stay at the top of competition. Additionally, the pandemic made paper-based accounting impractical. But, small business les trying to implement paperless accounting face challenges in terms of costs and time.
This research focuses on small business particularly MSMEs since they are the biggest contributors in our economy and it is necessary to address the challenges they face on implementing paperless accounting.
Therefore, the purpose of this study is to determine the process of implementing paperless accounting among Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, as well as the challenges brought by this method. Specifically, this study will find out what are their steps and procedures of accounting their transactions, how it helped these businesses and the obstacles that arise during the implementation of paperless accounting.
Perception of Accountancy Students of University of Northern Philippines on their Readiness in Taking Certified Public Accountant Licensure Exam Amidst Online Learning
Learning accounting requires interpersonal contact so the readiness of accountancy students is affected from remote learning implemented because of the pandemic. Experiences play a role in their learning affected by environment, peers, instructors, and living situations. Such experiences by the students during online set up all influence a student’s outlook on taking the CPA exam. With this, it is important to look into the lived experiences of accountancy students with their perceptions in taking the CPALE amidst the new setup and other factors
This research aims to determine the perception of accountancy students on their readiness in taking the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Exam (CPALE) amidst online learning due to the pandemic. Specifically, this research will seek to know what the accountancy students perceive as the effects of online learning on their readiness to take the CPALE and what factors related to online learning led to such perceptions
Challenges in Accounting and Reporting Requirements During the Pandemic of Accountants in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur
New regulations and ongoing changes as the economic environment shifts into a new normal are implemented during the pandemic to adjust to the new setting. Professional accountants, like others in the workforce, are operating within a new context and environment. These changes will have impact on the accountant's practice as they present challenges in accounting and reporting requirements. Thus, this research focuses on such challenges of accountants during the pandemic.
This research aims to determine the challenges in accounting and reporting requirements during the pandemic of accountants. Specifically, this research aims to know the changes in accounting and reporting requirements needed in the new set up and the obstacles they faced while adhering to those requirements.
So those are what we prepared. Hopefully, we’ll be able to present them smoothly. And also, hopefully, our instructor, would agree to one of them. It's really nerve-wracking waiting for our turn but we weren't able to present.
I hope I’ll be able to say “I’m engaged!” if our proposals would be accepted. I really hope so.