Commerce Department

Vision

  • To impart quality education to make students well-versed and face challenges in the field of commerce and business.
  • To bring out the hidden potentialities by providing them ample opportunities for overall growth and development.
  • To foster ethical values and attitude for their development as an effective personnel to succeed in this competitive world.

Mission

  • To facilitate learning of commerce inputs which will reflect the current trends and to impart skills to enhance the entrepreneurship skills of the students.
  • To provide a good foundation to students who plan to pursue professional courses like CA, ICWAI, ACS and MBA.
  • To train the students with required levels of competence and ethical values for employment in both domestic and global market.
  • Mold the students to be the good human beings.
  • Promote the knowledge on the current topic by arranging seminars and lecturers.
  • Guiding the students to write the competitive exams.
  • Motivate the students to do ICWA & CA.
  • Direct them to do the service to the society.

Courses Offered:

Programmes Certificate Courses
B.Com
Basic Accounting
M.Com(CA)
Be a Smart Entreprenuer
B.Com(CA)(Till 2011-2012)
Human Resource Management

Faculty Profile:

Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
Ms.Ms.S.Nithya
M.Com., M.Phil.,
Head
Marketing
Ms.S.Lakshmi
M.Com., M.Phil.,
Asst. Professor
Marketing
Ms. A,Kumudha
M.Com., M.Phil.,
Asst. Professor
Marketing
Ms.A. Rajalakshmi
M.Com., M.Phil.,
Asst. Professor
Finance
Ms.P.Sakthipriyal
M.Com., M.Phil.,
Asst. Professor
Banking
Ms.C.Thiruvalarselvi
M.Com., M.Phil.,
Asst. Professor
Ms. K.Guruprabha
M.Com., M.Phil.,
Asst. Professor

Publications:

Publications
2015-2016
2016-2017
Number of papers published in National/International Seminars
11
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals
7
11
Manuscript
-
30
Chapters in Books
-
3
Books edited
-
-
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
-
-

University Ranks

UG Course

S.No
Batch
No. of rank holders
1
2015-2016
1
2
2016-2017

PG Course

S.No
Batch
No. of rank holders
1
2015-2016
-
2
2016-2017

Best Out-Going Student:

S.No
Year
Name of the Student
1
2015-2016
S.Subitha - B.Com
2
2016-2017

Seminars/Conferences/Workshops Organized:

Date Title Level Source of Funding
28.12.2015 Recent Trends in Foreign Direct Investment National Management
29.12.16 Workshop on Research Methodology and Statistical Data Analysis Using SPSS State Management

Student Enrichment Programmes:

Year Title
2015-2016
Guest lecture on “You are Unique” on 04.08.2015
Guest lecture on “Companies Act 2013” on 28.08.2015
National level workshop on “Recent Trends in Foreign Direct Investment” on 28.12.2015
Guest lecture on “Supply Chain Management” 02.02.2016
Guest lecture on “Recent Trends in Marketing” 20.02.2016
2016-2017
Guest lecture on “Recent Trends in Commerce” on 26.07.16
Guest lecture on “Commerce Job Interview Tips” on 13.08.16
Guest lecture on “Recent Trends in Marketing” on 20.09.16
Guest lecture on “Financial Management in Corporate Sector” on 22.02.17

SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Strengths:

  • Qualified, dedicated and competent staff.
  • Offering value added courses to cater to various professional courses like ACS, and other professions like Banking and Insurance.
  • Industry Interface is possible because of the tie up with professional bodies.
  • Good Infrastructure and sound management .
  • Accessibility to INFLIBNET i.e. Information and Library Network

Weaknesses:

  • The class is a heterogeneous group. So one particular teaching methodology could not be used.
  • The faculties are yet to register for doctorate.
  • Limited exposures of students as most of them are from rural area.
  • Lack of communication skills among students.

Opportunities

  • On the Job training opportunities in reputed industries.
  • Wide opportunities for the faculties to publish more number of research papers in refereed National / International journals.
  • Job opportunities in State and Central government
  • Opportunities to develop entrepreneurial skill.

Challenges

  • Lack of communicative skills
  • Location of the institution hinders the students and industries from other states and countries for enrolment and placement.
  • Media interruption reflects in low performance of learners.

Future Plan

  • Train and insist the students to apply for IBPS/TNPSC examinations to get employment in banking sectors and government undertaking.
  • Competence Building among faculty like obtaining Ph.D.,
  • To make the department as Research Centre
  • To conduct more International Conferences

Contact Us

Department Mail id

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