Academic

Department of Commerce CA

The value of college education is not in learning of many facts but the training of the mind to think. Change or challenges is a natural phenomenon. Since the emerging markets is undergoing substantial changes and great pressure of challenges, it is very essential to enhance the knowledge and update the young students with great ideas to flourish and prosper in business world. With this definiteness of purpose, the B.Com (Computer Application) course provides an excellent foundation for a range of accounting-based careers with computer application skills.

"Vision without action is merely a dream.
Action without vision just passes the time.
Vision with action can change the world"

VISION

  • "To train, educate and impart knowledge, and to make citizens of outstanding ability who can become leaders in the field of commerce.

"People with goals succeed because they know where they are going"


GOALS & OBJECTIVES

  • To impart in-depth knowledge about the subjects through quality education.
  • To give practical knowledge of commerce, computer science and its related subjects.
  • To train in all areas so that they are best suited for the requirements and expectations of industries.

COURSES OFFERED

  • B.Com (CA)
  • M.Com

"Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together"


ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Realizing the imperative need for the research scholars and to meet the requirements for completion of their research work of many universities a modest opportunity is created by the department and for effective citation and review purposes and International Journal was Published for the academic community in the 28.09.2016 by name Journal of Intercontinental Management Research Consortium.
  • To enhance the analytical skills in research and for effective utilization o statistical tools One Day Hands-on Workshop - SPSS was organized by the department on 14.10.2016.

PROPOSED ACTIVITIES

  • Association Meeting – Women Issues in Workplaces
  • Guest Lecture – Economic Analysis
  • Workshop – Soft Skills