Commerce

Department of Commerce

Established in 1966

The objective of the department is to provide quality education for professional careers in Commerce and Management. One of the first departments established by the college, offers B Com programme since its inception. The programme provides a strong foundation for the future professionals such as Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Business Executives, Academicians and Entrepreneurs. Learner centred activities such as projects, group discussions, presentations, quizzes, communicative sessions make the learning easy and effortless. The department motivates the students to clear CPT and provides Taxation as an area of specialisation.

Highlights of the Department

  • The B.Com program provides a strong foundation for the future professionals such as chartered accountants, company secretaries, business executives, academicians and entrepreneurs. The vast array of networked alumni has created a global presence for the last 5 decades.
  • Learner centred economic activities like project group discussions presentations quiz, interactive communicative sessions and mock tests conducted through commerce campus contributed for the focused learning to reach the professional destinations. The core courses offered includes financial accounting, cost and management accounting, financial management, direct taxes, GST and customs duty, marketing management, strategic management, organisational behaviour, human resource management, business law and auditing spread over 6 semesters with languages, quantitative techniques and economics.

Did You Know ?

"A group of 12 engineers designed IBM PC and they were called as The Dirty Dozen "

Association & Activities
Community Orientation
Scheme & Syllabus

Association & Activities

The department through the Association “IT-CLUB”, encourages the students to participate in the activities such as literary, cultural and extension. The activities include School Teaching, Group Discussions, Student seminars, Guest lectures, Quizzes, Student Projects and Wall magazine. The above activities are planned and organized systematically by the students with the guidance of faculty members.

Community Orientation

  • School Teaching By Staff and Students
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