Business and trade are witnessing paradigm changes in a world driven by the sovereignty of
Information Technology. Marketing, Sales, Finance, Human Resource have expanded to
larger boundaries due to the predominance of Globalisation. The Department of Commerce
aims to prepare the students to face these challenges by making them multi-talented in all the
The aim of this course is to accord specialised knowledge in the core spheres of Commerce
and Computer Application. The students are offered practical knowledge in MS-Office,
TALLY, C ++, JAVA, Internet and Web designing. This course provides dual benefits as the
curriculum incorporates Commerce and Computer related subjects which provides a holistic
The objective of the course is to impart exhaustive knowledge and training with the thrust
area of Finance. It also provides a blend of theoretical and practical exposure through
Individual Research Projects, Summer Internship and Industrial Visits. Students are
stimulated to present papers and publish articles inorder to enrich their potential. The
Curriculum is designed with unique courses like Financial Engineering, Securities Analysis
and Portfolio Management, Project Appraisal and Project Control and Global Financial
Management to facilitate students to be placed in Blue chip Companies.
The Department of Commerce has full-fledged Research facilities that enable Research
Scholars to undertake individual projects in the areas of Finance, Marketing, Human
Resources and Banking. There are 10 recognised M.Phil guides attached to the Department of
Commerce and till date -- -- -- M.Phil scholars have been produced. Both Full time and Part
time Research facilities are available.
There are five recognised Ph. D guides in the Department of Commerce who enrol Research
Scholars on Full time and Part time basis. There are at present 21 scholars (3 FT and 18 PT).
The Full time Research scholars are encouraged to have hands on classroom teaching
experience and are motivated to publish research articles in Reputed National and
International journals to improve their calibre.