Commerce is the conduct of trade amongst economic agents. Generally commerce refers to the exchanges of goods and services or something of value between business or entities. As a broad concern nations are concerned with managing commerce in way that enhance the well being of citizens by providing jobs and producing beneficial goods and services. We aim to provide a learning environment that engages the students, awakens their curiosity and generates in them an excitement to learn.
The programme aims to prepare the younger generation to work in an uncertain economic and commerce environment in the field of merchant banking, credit rating, analysis, insurance, accounts and finance academic fields amongst others.
What after 10+2 Commerce?
- Chartered Accountancy
- Company Secretary
- Foreign Trade
- Stock Broking and Investment Analyst
Department of Commerce:- (B.Com)
- Ist year (i) General English or General Hindi
- IInd year (i) Environmental Studies
|Group - I
||ABST (Advanced Business Statistics)
|Group - II
||EAFM (Economic Administration & Financial Management)
|Group - III
||BM (Business Administration)
Three Year Degree Courses
All papers are Compulsory
||GROUP - II
||GROUP - III
||Paper - I Financial Accounting
||Paper - I Business Economics
||Paper- I Principles of Business Management
||Paper - II Cost Accounting
||Paper - II Business Environment
||Paper- II Business Regulatory Framework
||Paper - I Corporate Accounting
||Paper - I Money & Banking System
||Paper - I Company Law & Secretarial practice
||Paper - II Business Statistics
||Paper - II International Finance & Trade
||Paper- II Business Communication & Management
||Paper - I Management Accounting
||Paper - I Financial Market Operations
||Paper- I International marketing
||Paper - II Income Tax & Indirect Tax
||Paper - II Financial Management
||Paper - III Auditing
- Monthly presentation on Topics.
- Case study discussed in the classes.
- Separate classes for the English medium students.
- Monthly Evaluation.
No. of Seats : 60