Department of Commerce & Management

The Department of Commerce and Management was established in the year 1978. All the activities of the department are carried out under the banner of "The House of Commerce and Management". The department at present has 18 faculty members and more than 1100 students. The faculties are actively engaged in various research areas of both commerce and management. It has a well-established Business Lab and offers 3 sections of B.Com, B.Com TM, B.B.A. and B.Voc. (Banking & Finance) courses as well as related short-term and certificate programmes.

Objectives of the Course:

To impart quality education in the field of commerce to young women who wish to foray into commercial ventures. The current globalised scenario has opened up many opportunities. Business and commerce are dynamic and exciting fields of study with practical applications. A good understanding of business and commerce related subjects are essential for those who wish to be a part of the business and industry.

The specific objectives of the programmes are:

1. To develop skills and knowledge on a sound foundation of commercial activities in today's world.

2. To develop analytical skills and knowledge pertaining to practical financial and cost accounting systems which are both traditional
     and computer based.

3. To gain knowledge of the taxation system prevalent and to be aware of the obligations of citizens in their respective fields of
     business with the least amount of risks and maximizing protection of the operations.

4. To enhance good business communication skills to further activities in the growing world of opportunity to access markets.

5. To prepare students for the emerging e-commerce trends in global market.

Faculty details :

Dr. Lalitha V Raman
Associate Professor, H.O.D
M. Com, M.Phil, Ph.D
Mrs. Mary Amala Shanthi
Associate Professor
M.Com. M.Phil., MBA
Mrs. Grace Samuel
Lecturer,(Co-ordinator for BBA)
M.Com, M.Phil
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Mrs. Josephine Narmadha J
Lecturer
M.Com, M.Phil
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Mrs. Anupama V Bhat
Lecturer
M.Com, M.Phil
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Mrs. Gita Kishore
Lecturer
MBA, M.Phil
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Mrs. Harathi D
Lecturer
M.com., M.Phil., MBA
Mrs. Julie Kataki Pathak
Lecturer
M.Com, M.Phil, B.Ed
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Mrs. Paramita Sen
Lecturer
M.Com, M.Phil
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Mrs. Vidya H S
Lecturer
M.Com, M.Phil
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Mrs. Genevieve M
Co-Ordinator For B.Voc.Banking & Finance
Lecturer
MBA
Mrs. Zehra
Lecturer
M.Com., MBA., M.Phil
Mrs. Radhika Kamath
Lecturer
MBA
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Ms. Roshni Shetty
Lecturer
MBA
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Mr. Jesmon Raj N
Lecturer
M.com
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Ms. Anupama K
Lecturer
M.Com., M.Phil., NET Qualified
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Mr. Abhinandan Nagaraj
Lecturer
M.Com, NET Qualified
Mr. Sharath
Lecturer
Qualification: M.Com, E-Commerce
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N.Arunkumar
Lecturer
Qualification: Academic Experience;
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Ms. Ashmitha Manisha D'souza
Lecturer
Qualification: M.com
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Courses offered:

B.Com. (Commercial Subjects)

B.Com. (Tourism Management)

B.B.A.

B.Voc. (Banking & Finance) B.Voc. (Banking & Finance)

In view of the huge present as well as potential demand for professionally qualified manpower for the banking and finance sector, we have recently introduced a Bachelor of Vocation course in Banking and Finance under the National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF) of the University Grants Commission.

The objective is to ensure a steady stream of industry-ready professionals who aspire for a career in Banking and Finance. The course will give knowledge inputs to the candidates and expose them to the operational processes of modern banking and financial environment so that they can successfully adapt from the first day of their joining the industry. The highlights of the programme are

- Practical learning

- Training & assessment by industry partners

- Internship & placements

Short term courses offered :

Tally ERP Version 9
Human Resource Management
Accounting Foundation Course
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Microsoft Advance Office Excel Certification