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Commerce Profile

Name of the Department: Commerce

Year of Establishment: 1984

Programs Offered:

  1. B. Com-

1)  Marketing Management

2)  Cost and Works Accounting

  1. M.Com –

1) Business Administration

Pattern of Teaching Learning and Evaluation: 

Annual

Semester Credit System
TYBCOM I, II, III, IV

FYBCOM/SYBCOM/M.COM(I & II)

  

About the Department

The faculty was established in the college in July 1984.The first batch of B.Com passed out in April 1987, with special subjects Cost & works Accounting & Marketing Management. M.Com (P.G. Course) was introduced in July 1992 with special subject Business Administration. The faculty always tries to enrich the students by adopting various teaching and learning methodologies. For the practical subjects our department organizes different guest lectures of eminent personalities from professional fields as well as from corporate fields. We have strong alumni who are presently working at different positions in reputed sectors like corporate, Banks, Business etc. We focus on overall development of our students and hence we encourage them to take part in various co-curricular and extracurricular activities like NSS, NCC, Cultural events and also in various college level and university level competitions. We follow the practice of industrial and field visits for U.G. and P. G. students for practical and project Work. For our average students we conduct remedial teaching and the progress of our students is observed through mentor and mentee. We conduct bridge course for the students who come from different faculties like Science, MCVC etc. Our departments has prominent faculty with very good academic record. Two of our faculty has completed their Ph. D and three are perusing it. One of our faculty has completed professional degree of CMA. Our faculty always tries to enhance their knowledge by participating in various co-curricular activities like examination duties, syllabus restructuring seminars, workshops, National and International level seminars, NSS activities, E-content development etc.

Vision

To be the department of academic excellence with total commitment to quality education in Commerce, management and related fields, with a holistic concern for better life, environment and society.

Mission
  • Empowering students with all the knowledge and guidance that they need to become worthy commerce professionals.
  • Learning through Doing.
  • Imparting value framework that is global yet national.
  • Providing for holistic and value based development of students which ultimately enhances their employability.
  • Developing social consciousness among students.
  • To carve a niche for ourselves in the specialized field of commerce.
  • Provide a nurturing and motivating environment to exploit the full potential of the students.
  • Grooming youth to become a truly global personality well equipped to deal with the modern world and its challenges.
  • Enable holistic development of personality with a humane and global outlook.

 

Objectives
  • To introduce student of commerce to the Global Business.
  • To motivate students for research projects.
  • To develop communication skills in the students.
  • To acquaint students with recent trends and developments in Commerce.
  • To provide Computerized Accounting training to student of commerce department
POs/COs/PSOs

Programme Name: Bachelors of Commerce (B.Com)

(CBCS Pattern- 2019) 

Programme Outcomes

PO1: Commerce education is that area of education, which develops the required knowledge, skills and attitudes for the handling of Trade, Commerce and Industry.

PO2: Commerce education is entirely different from other disciplines. Hence, it must charter Course routes to service the aspirations of the nation.

PO3: To meet the growing needs of the business society, there is greater demand for sound development of commerce education.

PO4: The relevance of commerce education has become more imperative; this means a marked change in the way commerce and management education is perceived in India.

PO5: The Commerce education is dedicated to developing tomorrow’s leaders, managers, and professionals.

Programme Specific Outcomes 

Marketing Management – I 

PSO1: To gain the knowledge of various marketing procedures and practices.

PSO2: To acquaint the students about recent trends in marketing.

PSO3: To create awareness among the students about practical approach related with marketing. 

Cost and Works Accounting – I 

PSO1: To make aware the students regarding various costing principles and practices.

PSO2: To enable the students to work in cost and works accounting area.

PSO3: It will help the student to get practical knowledge in the field of costing.

 Course Name: F.Y. B.Com 

Course Outcomes

Course Name -: Financial Accounting – I

Course Code -: 112

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Students will be able to acquire in-depth knowledge.

CO 2: Students will be able to understand the process and importance of conversion of single entry into double entry system.

CO 3: Students will gain knowledge about GST and its implications.

Course Name -: Financial Accounting – II

Course Code -: 122 

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Students will be able to impart knowledge of various software used in accounting.

CO2: Helps to impart the knowledge about final accounts of charitable trusts.

CO 3: To impart knowledge about valuation of intangible assets.

CO4: Helps to impart  the knowledge about accounting for leases.

CO 5: Students will be able to acquire in-depth knowledge.

Course Name: Business Mathematics & Statistics- I

Course Code – 114 (A) 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Students will be able to apply concepts of interests and annuities to calculate EMI, prepare amortization schedule, calculate insurance premiums etc.

CO 2: Students will be able calculate dividend, brokerage on shares and mutual funds. Also students will be able to able to identify the contribution of shares and mutual funds in systematic investment plans and to select best investment options.

CO 3: Students will be able to recognize and classify different types of data. Students will be able to take a sample of appropriate size using suitable method of sampling.

CO 4: Students will be able to calculate measures of central tendency and measures of dispersion. Students will be able to use appropriate measure of central tendency or measure of dispersion for given data to given problems from business or economics.

Course Name: Business Mathematics and Statistics – II

Course code: – 124 (A) 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Students will be able to apply the theory of matrices to solve business and economic problems.

CO 2: Students will be able represent business and economic optimization problems involving two variables as LPP and solve those problems using graphical method

CO 3: Students will able to predict the type of relationship between bivariate data. Students will be able predict the value of unknown from give bivariate data.

CO 4: Students will be able compute different index numbers. Students will be able to compute cost of living.

Course Name -: Organizational Skill Development – I

Course Code -: 115 – A 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1. Students will be able to understand the conceptual clarity on meaning of Modern Office, internal and external factors of an office environment.

CO 2. Students will be able to understand the conceptual clarity on the meaning of Scientific office management and understanding various techniques for scientific management.

CO 3. Students will be able to understand the technical skills and Critical analysis skills.

CO 4. Students will be able for the development of Technical and Analytical abilities.

Course Name -: Organizational Skill Development – II

Course Code -:  125 (A)

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Students will be able to understand the conceptual Clarity Goal Setting and Goal Measurement, Enhancing the Time Management Skills.

CO2: It enables for Enhancing Communication Skills, Usability of latest communication media.

CO3: It enables for development Technical and analytical skills.

Course Name: Consumer Protection & Business Ethics- I

Course Code -: 116- D 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1. Students will be acquainting with knowledge and maturity to understand the consumer’s interest.

CO 2. Students will get training to face emerging issues..

CO 3. Students will be acquainting with knowledge and application of laws.

CO 4. Student can understand the defend and safety in e-commerce.

CO 5. Helps to understand the issues relating to e-commerce, e-Banking emerging issues and internet regulations.

Course Name: Business Ethics – II

Course Code -: 126 (D) 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Student will be able to acquaint with the knowledge and maturity to understand the Business Ethics.

CO 2: It helps for the application of CSR in various sectors.

CO 3: Students will analyze the corporate governance in India.

CO 4: It helps to understand and achieve sustainable development.

Course Name: S.Y. B.Com

(CBCS Pattern- 2020)

Course Outcomes 

Course Name -: Business Communication- I

Course Code -: 231 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Understanding of basic knowledge of Business Communication.

CO 2: Understanding the importance and Essentials Qualities of business letters.

CO 3: Understanding the knowledge about soft skills.

CO 4: To create awareness about soft skill among the students.

CO 5: To create ability among the students for writing resume and Job application letter.

CO 6: To create ability among the students for Business Correspondence.

Course Name: Business Communication-II

Course Code: 241 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Understanding of basic knowledge of Report Writing and Internal Correspondence and  Import-Export Correspondence.

CO 2: Learning the Recent Trends in Business Communication.

CO 3: To create ability among the students for Drafting of Business Letters.

CO 4: To create ability among the students about Writing Formal Mails and Blog writing. 

Course Name: Corporate Accounting -I

Course Code: 232 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Developing understanding on applicability of various Accounting Standards.

CO 2: Knowledge about types of profit and their apportionment.

CO 3: Conceptual Clarity and Practical understanding.

CO 4: Analytical skills enhancement and decision-making skills of students will be developed.

Course Name: Corporate Accounting-II

Course Code: 242 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Developing understanding on accounting procedure for Holding companies.

CO 2: Conceptual understanding, Practical application skills in the process of accounting for Absorption.

CO 3: Practical understanding on Process of Liquidation on companies.

CO 4: Updating knowledge on recent advances in the field of Accountancy.

Course Name: Business Management -I

Course Code: 234 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Students will get an idea about the basic managerial process.

CO 2: Students will get an idea about how planning works in real life.

CO 3: Students will understand the process of implementation of both the concepts.

CO 4: Students will understand importance of proper direction and team work.

Course Name: Business Management-II

Course Code: 244 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Students will get an idea about the basic motivational tools used in the field of management.

CO 2: Students will get an idea about how leadership influences organizational success.

CO 3: Students will understand the significance of coordination and control in modern business management.

CO 4: Students will come across various emerging trends in management.

Course Name: Elements of Company Law – I

Course Code: 235 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Acquaint with knowledge and maturity to understand Company law 2013.

CO 2: To Acquaint knowledge and application of formation and incorporation of Company.

CO 3: To understand the knowledge about the principal documents of the company.

CO 4: To inculcate skills and knowledge about the share capital of the company.

Course Name: Elements of Company Law – II

Course Code: 245 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: To Acquaint knowledge and maturity to understand Company management.

CO 2: To Acquaint with knowledge and role of key managerial person of the Companies and Rules about CSR.

CO 3: To get training in to various types of meeting and procedure.

CO 4: To enhance skills and knowledge about the E- governance of the company and winding-up of the company.

Course Name: Cost and Works Accounting -I (Basics of Cost Accounting)

Course Code: 236(E) 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: To remember and understand basic concept of cost accounting. Development of an overall outlook of Cost Accounting

CO 2: Ability to prepare a cost sheet.

CO 3: 1) Ability to understand which procedures are used for purchasing the material

2) Understand the documentation for purchase procedures.

CO 4: Understanding methods used for controlling the inventory.

Course Name: Cost& Works Accounting-II

Course Code: 246(E) 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Understanding various methods used in the pricing of the issue of materials.

CO 2: Enabling to calculate wage payment and incentives.

CO 3: Understanding the process of job analysis, job evaluation and merit rating.

CO 4: Insight into recent processes used for cost reduction.

Course Name: Marketing Management – I

Course Code: 236(H) 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: To give the students the basic knowledge of Marketing Management.

CO 2: To develop the awareness amongst the students about how marketing strategy plays a vital role in making today’s customers want to buy the products and services.

CO 3: To enable the students to plan and make the best possible utilization of all the human and physical resources so that predetermined marketing objectives of the firm can be achieved.

CO 4: To make the students able to explain value of Market Research and its impact in decision making.

Course NameMarketing Management -II

Course Code: 246(H) 

Course Outcomes: 

CO 1: Students will understand how Green Marketing is necessary for marketers to use resources efficiently, so that organizational objectives are achieved without waste of resources.

CO 2: It will help the student to apply the various techniques and methods of E- Marketing practically.

CO 3: It will help them to implement the knowledge of Digital Marketing in practical by enhancing their skills in the field of Marketing.

CO 4: It will help them to gain a solid understanding of the theoretical and conceptual knowledge of International marketing.

Course Name: T.Y. B. Com

Course Outcomes

Course Name -: Business Regulatory Framework (Mercantile Law)

Course Code -: 301

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: To acquaint students with the basic concepts, terms & provisions of Mercantile and Business Laws.

CO2. To develop the awareness among the students regarding these laws affecting business, trade and commerce.

Course Name -: Advanced Accounting

Course Code -: 302 

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Students will be efficient to impart the knowledge of various accounting concepts

CO2: Help to instill the knowledge about accounting procedures, methods and techniques.

CO3: Helps to acquaint them with practical approach to accounts writing by using software package.

Course Name -: Indian & Global Economic Development

Course Code -: 303 (A) 

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Help to expose students to a new approach to the study of the Indian Economy.

CO2: Help the students in analyzing the present status of the Indian Economy.

CO3: To enable students to understand the process of integration of the Indian Economy with other economics of the world.

CO4: To acquaint students with the emerging issues in policies of India’s foreign trade.

Course Name -: Auditing & Taxation

Course Code -: 304

Course Outcomes: 

The Study of Various Components of this course will enable the students:

CO1: To acquaint themselves about the concept and principles of Auditing, Audit process, Assurance Standards, Tax Audit, and Audit of computerized Systems.

CO2:Students will able to get knowledge about preparation of Audit report.

CO3: To understand the basic concepts and to acquire knowledge about Computation of Income, Submission of Income Tax Return, Advance Tax, and Tax deducted at Source, Tax Collection Authorities under the Income Tax Act, 1961.

 

Course Name -: Cost and Works Accounting- II

Course Code -: 305 – e

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Helps to provide Knowledge about the concepts and principles application of Overheads.

CO2: To provide also understanding various methods of costing and their applications.

 

Course Name -: Marketing Management– III

Course Code -: 305 – h 

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Understanding the concept and functioning of marketing planning and sales management.

CO2: Enable to know marketing strategies and organization.

CO3: To inform various facets of marketing with regulatory aspects.

CO4: To understand marketing in globalize scenario.

 

Course Name -: Cost and Works Accounting

Course Code -: 306 – e 

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Helps to impart knowledge regarding costing techniques.

CO2: To provide training as regards concepts, procedures and legal Provisions of cost audit.

 

Course Name -: Marketing Management.

Course Code -: 306 – h. 

Course Outcomes: 

  1. Students will able to know detailing of Marketing Research.
  2. Students will understand the role Brand and Distribution Management in marketing.
  3. Helps to inform about Marketing and Economic Development.
  4. To Know of the importance of control on marketing activities.

 

Programme Name: Masters of Commerce (M.Com)

(CBCS 2019 pattern) 

Programme specific Outcomes 

PO1: Help to equip and train Post Graduate students to accept the challenges of business world by providing opportunities for study and analysis of advanced commercial and business methods and processes.

PO2: It will help to develop independent logical thinking and facilitate personality development.

PO3: It help to equip the students to seek suitable careers in management and entrepreneurship.

PO4: It will enable to acquaint the students with significance of research in business.

PO5: Help to impart skills regarding methods of data collection and their interpretations.

PO6: Students will be able to develop communication and analytical skills.

 

Course Name: M.Com – I

Course Outcomes

Semester – I 

Course Name -: Management Accounting

Course Code -: 101

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Enable to enhance the abilities of learners to develop the concept of management accounting and its significance in the business.

CO2: Developing the abilities of learners to analyze the financial statements.

CO3: To enable the learners to understand, develop and apply the techniques of management accounting in the financial decision making in the business corporates.

CO4: The students can develop competence with their usage in managerial decision making and control.

Course Name -: Strategic Management

Course Code -: 102

Course Outcomes:

CO1: The students get the knowledge on emerging changes in the modern business environment

CO2:Enable to develop the analytical, technical and managerial skills of students in the various areas of Business Administration

CO3: It will help to empower to students with necessary skill to become effective future managers and leaders

CO4: It will enable to develop Technical skills among the students for designing and developing effective Functional strategies for growth and sustainability of business.

(Business Administration) – Special Paper I

Course Name -: Production & Operation Management

Course Code -: 113

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: It enables to understand among students the deep insight of Production & Operation Management.

CO2: It helps to understand & identity business problems involving operational function, planning and control, design development and quality management.

CO3: Enable to demonstrate awareness and importance of application, operation and supply chain management.

CO4: Students will be able to develop skills necessary to effectively analyse and synthesize the many inter relationship inherent in complex socio-economic productive systems.

CO5: Increase the knowledge and perspective to gain from emerging trends in production and operation management.

 (Business Administration) – Special Paper II 

Course Name -: Financial Management

Course Code -: 114

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Help to acquaint the student with knowledge of various Financial Management terminologies (Investment, Credit Planning, Working Capital Management).

CO2:Understanding the concepts relating to Financing & Financial Statement Analysis

CO3: Student will be able to utilize the information gathered to reach an optimum conclusion by a process of reasoning

CO4: It will enable the students to use their learning to evaluate, make decisions and provide recommendations

(Semester – II) 

Course Name -: Financial Analysis & Control (Compulsory)

Course Code -: 201

Course Outcomes: 

CO1:This enables the students to acquire knowledge of financial analysis and control tools

CO2:It will help to make appropriate application and uses of financial analysis and control

Course Name -: Industrial Economics (Compulsory)

Course Code -: 202A

Course Outcomes: 

CO1:It helps to provide the knowledge to the students about the basic issues of industrial economics.

CO2:The students will understand the industrial profile of India and the industrial policy of government of India.

(Business Administration) – Special Paper III 

Course Name -: Business Ethics & Professional Values

Course Code -: 213

Course Outcomes: 

CO1:This will help to raise the student’s general awareness on the ethical dilemmas at work place

CO2: This enables to understand the differing perceptions of interest in business related solutions

CO3: It will help to understand the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility and explore its relevance to ethical obligations and ethical ideals present in the relationship between employers and employees 

CO4: To investigate whether ethics set any boundaries on competition, marketing, sales and advertising

CO5: Enable the students to validate or correct, personal ideas about various ethical perspectives

CO6: Enable students to develop their own considered judgment about issues in Business Ethics

CO7: To foster more careful, disciplined thinking in trying to resolve issues in business ethics

CO8: It helps to prepare students to play a constructive role in improving the sustainable development with which they may become involved

 (Business Administration) – Special Paper IV

Course Name -: Elements of Knowledge Management

Course Code -: 214

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: It will help to develop Analytical and Research oriented skills among the students.

CO2: To understand value application and relevance of Knowledge management in today’s corporate world.

CO3: This will promote research and innovation ideas based on Knowledge Management.

CO4: To enhance knowledge level and practice of linking theoretical background with applied Social Science.

 Semester III

(Choice Based Credit System) Revised Syllabus

(2019 Pattern) (w.e.f. Academic Year-2020-2021)

Course Name -: Business Finance

Course Code -: 301

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Students will be able to understand the role and importance of corporate finance, and learn the calculation value of money.

CO2: Students will be able to understand the financial planning, theories of capitalization and estimation of finance need of firm

CO3: Students will be able to learn the sources of finance to be tapped for running business successfully.

CO4: Students will be able to apply best practice in working capital management. 

Course Name -: Research Methodology for Business

Course Code -: 302

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Understanding of basic knowledge of Business Research, Research Process, ethical issues and modern practices in research.

CO2: Learning the formulation of Research Problem, Hypotheses, Research Design and Sampling

CO3: Gaining knowledge of Sources of Data Collection Measurement & Scaling, Processing of Data

CO4: Understanding the procedure of Research Report and mode of citation and bibliography

  (Business Administration) – V 

Course Name -: Human Resource Management

Course Code -: 313

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: The Definition and meaning of Human Resource Management, its Concept, Approaches, Functions. Can identify that the HRM is profession or not.  Able to cope with the concept Human Resource Environment.  Place of female employee in the organization.  Identify the changing Role of Human Resource Management.

CO2: The Objectives of Human Resource Planning and Development. Need and Estimation for Human Resource Planning and Development. They Can understand the recruitment and selection process. Understand the concept of Retention of Manpower, Succession Planning.

CO3: Understand the Basic Concept and Purpose of Training, Importance, Benefits, Training process and methodology.  Able to differentiate the various methods of Training and Aids, Evaluation of Training Programmes.  Identify the changing Role of performance appraisal and result-based performance with the new concepts like errors, 360 Degree Feedback.  Able to identify the concept of merit rating, job Evaluation, Job Enlargement, Job Enrichment, Job

CO4: Kinds of Retirement, Resignation, Discharge, Dismissal, Suspension, Lay off. He Identify recent trends in HRM

 (Business Administration) – VI 

Course Name -: Organizational Behaviour Course

Course Code -: 314

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: ▪ The Definition and meaning of organizational Behaviour ▪ Able to cope with the role of technology in organization. ▪ Describe the theoretical and conceptual framework of Organizational Behaviour ▪ Analyze the impact of globalization on OB.

CO2:▪ The explain the horizontal and virtual designs ▪ Understand the characteristics organizational culture. ▪ Identify the process of impression management, define the concept of Personality. ▪ Explain the attributes of personality and various dimensions of attitude.

CO3: The defines the concept of motivation. ▪ Capacity to describe the types of motives. ▪ Capacity to analyse motivational process. ▪ Describe the theory of motivation. ▪ The definition of Emotional Intelligence, and explain the characteristics and Importance.

CO4: The definition of stress, describe the causes of stress. ▪ Describe the effects of stress. ▪ The definition of Conflict and describe the types of conflict. ▪ The definition of Group and team. ▪ Explain the types of Teams and Team building.

(Semester IV)

(Choice Based Credit System)

Revised Syllabus (2019 Pattern) (w.e.f. Academic Year-2020-2021)

 Course Name -: Capital Market and Financial Services

Course Code -: 401

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: Students will be able to learn the importance and working of capital market.

CO2: Student will be able to understand the working of BSE and NSE, and OTCEI in detail.

CO3: Students will be able to know the role of inter-mediatories, Mutual funds. Portfolio management.

CO4: Students will be able to know the role of SEBI in regulating stock exchanges and investors’ education, financial advisors.

Course Name -: Industrial Economic Environment

Course Code -: 402

Course Outcomes: 

CO1:  Will understand the impact of economic and non – economic factors affecting industrial environment

CO2: Will understand role of various types of industries in India like small scale industries, public sector industries, MNCs etc

CO3: Critically evaluate industrial polices in India. Analyze the impact of new industrial policy adopted by India.

CO4: Will understand role, progress and problems of manufacturing and service industries in India

 (Business Administration) – VII 

Course Name -: Recent Advances in Business Administration

Course Code -: 413

Course Outcomes: 

CO1: The Definition and meaning of change management and get the knowledge about the approach’s management change and Important feature.  Can identify dimensions Approaches towards managing change.  Able to cope with the futuristic and Strategic approaches due technology.

CO2: Define the concept, strategies internal and external customers in customer centric approach. Able to know the challenges before customer centric organization. Identify the best practices and way to measure the success of customer centric company.

CO3: Understand the concept and significance of Global Management.  Able to Know the cross-cultural Management issues.  Able to identify to aquatint the role, importance and current trends in merger

CO4: Understand the concept significance and techniques of turnaround management. Identify the prerequisite for success. Able to identify the concept and significance of Restructuring and Reengineering of Business.  Able to cope with the steps of innovation management. And also, the role of various institution for promoting.