The U.G. program in Corporate Secretary ship was established during the academic year 1993 - 1994. Due to increasing demand, the course is being offered in two Shifts: Shift I and Shift II in different timings with two sections in each shift. The course in Shift I and Shift II came into existence during the academic year 1993 - 1994 and 1997 - 1998 respectively.
The course comes out with a curriculum to produce well qualified professionals, abreast with the different aspects of the corporate sector. The course offers student industry interface by making Institutional Training as a part of the course curriculum which serves as a platform to the students community to experience the practical side of the business world. By choosing this course, the student stands to gain knowledge and opportunities in the corporate arena. On the whole the course aims at promoting students’ knowledge by offering a cherished career in the existing world of reputed corporate sector. The department with dedicated team of faculty members serves for the development of students’ leadership and team-work skill.
A pass in higher secondary with commerce and accountancy
The duration of the course is three years which includes six semesters with two semesters per year. Each semester has ninety working days followed by examinations at the end of each semester. The odd semesters shall consist of the period from June to November of each year and the even semester from December to April of each year.
The graduates of Corporate Secretaryship can opt for various post graduate and professionals courses. B.Com (Corporate Secretaryship) is a feeder programme for ACS. To the credit of this course, ICSI offers paper exemption to the students of M.Com (CS) at the intermediate level.
Ample career opportunities are available for the graduates of this course in the legal sector, accounting, Secretarial, finance, personnel and administrative departments, merchant banking division of banks and research
The Department of Corporate Secretaryship was established in the year 1993 for Shift I and in the year 1997 for Shift II, with the view to develop a cadre of special professionals to cater the need of specialized work force in the growing corporate sector. The course is offered in shift I and shift II with two sections in each shift.
The department has a well equipped library with sufficient textbooks, reference books and journals to meet the students’ requirement. The department has qualified and dedicated team of faculty members who strive for the students’ excellence. In addition to academics, the students are also encouraged to take part in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. The Department takes special effort to mold the students so as to equip them to meet the challenges of the business world.
|YEAR / SEMESTER||CATEGORY||TITLE OF PAPER||CREDITS|
|I Year / I Semester||Part I||Language I||3||-||Part II||English - I||3||-||Part III Core-1||Financial Accounting I||4|
|-||Allied I||International Trade||5|
|-||Part IV Non-Major Elective||Emotional Intelligence||2|
|-||Soft Skill||English For Commerce And Management||4|
|I year / II Semester||Part I||Language-II||3|
|-||Core-3||Advanced Financial Accounting II||4|
|-||Allied II||Business Economics||5|
|II Year / III Semester||Part I||Language - III||3|
|-||Part II||English III||3|
|-||Part III Core-5||Corporate Accounting - I||4|
|-||Core-6||Company Law & Secretarial Practice II||5|
|-||Part IV Soft Skills||Sbs||3|
|-||-||Environmental Studies (Examination Will Be Held In Semester Iv)||-|
|II Year / IV Semester||Part III||Language - III||3|
|Part II||English - III||3|
|Core-7||Advanced Corporate Accounting II||4|
|Allied-4||Securities Laws & Market Operations||5|
|Part-IV Soft Skill||Sbs||3|
|III Year / V Semester||Part III Core-9||Cost Accounting||4|
|Core-10||Corporate Governance And Ethics||4|
|Core-12||Income Tax Laws & Practice-I||4|
|III Year / VI Semester||Part III Core-13||Industrial Laws||4|
|Core-14||Income Tax Law & Practice II||4|
|Core-16||Income Tax Law & Practice II||4|
|Elective II||Institutional Training II||5|
|Part IV||Extension Activities||1|
The Department of Computer Science has conducted several programmes like seminars and career counselling for the final year students on latest trends in Information Technology by eminent personalities from various reputed organizations like NASSCOM , CSC etc. The department also encourages the students to participate in various activities and competitions conducted by other institutions.
|S.NO.||Name of the staff||Particulars of Publications||ISBN / ISSN Nos|
|1.||Dr.Hema Joe||Social & HR Development Issues in Contemporary Business, International Conference, Annamalai University "HRM in Knowledge Era"||ISBN 97881 83 712631|
|2.||-||Accelerating Economic Revival Through Innovation and Reforms - International Conference - WCC||ISBN 978 93 80043 760|
|3.||-||"Attitude towards work and its impact on Turnover intention of Software Professionals National Conference" - BMC||ISBN 978-93-8143042-2|
|4.||-||"Carbon Credit" National Conference"||ISBN 978-81-9060422-2|
|5.||-||Gender Discrimination-An Obstacle for Women in India||ISBN 978-81-8209-219-08|
|6.||-||Consumer Protection International Conference Kalasalingam University||ISBN 978-81-90-667197|
|7.||-||Managing Knowledge and Knowledge Worker||ISBN 978 938005 961|
|8.||-||E-Goverence International Conference Loyola College||ISBN 978-81-70-776254|
|9.||Mrs.R.N. Lavanya||360° Performance Appraisal - Prospects and Pitfalls||ISBN 978-81-909575-2-6|
|10.||-||Women Entrepreneurship - Issues & Policies||ISBN 978-81-8209-219-8|
|11.||-||The role of HR in CSR||ISBN 978-93-81195-11-6|
|12.||-||Competency-A Sustinent HR Tool||ISBN 978-93-81430-42-2|
|13.||Mrs.S.Chandra Vathana Nila||Consumer Attitudes towards advertisement||ISBN 978-93-8143042-2|
|14.||Mrs.S.Nafeesa||Human Capital Management as a tool for attrition management||ISBN 978-81-909575-2-6|
|14.||-||Women Empowerment Through Entrepreneurship||ISBN 978-81-8-8209-8|
|15.||-||Knowledge building -A Tool for Human Capital Management||ISBN 978-93-80627-34-2|
|16.||-||Evaluating the role of HR in implementing CSR||ISBN 978-93-81195-11-6|
|17.||-||Knowledge capture -A Key for organisational sustenance||ISBN 978-93-81430-42-2|
|18.||-||Impact of EI on overall development of knowledge workers||ISBN 978-93-81195-17-8|
|19.||Mrs.R.B.Nagarathinam||Marketing approach for selling machinery in cement sector||ISBN 978-93-8143042-2|
|20.||Mrs. D. Lakshmi||A Study on the progress of Financial Inclusion in India||ISBN 978-93-81430-42-2|
|21.||-||CSR of Banks with special reference to financial Inclusion||ISBN 978-93-81195-11-6|
|22.||-||Global Financial Crisis and its implication on Indian Economics||ISBN 978-31-906042-2-2|
|23.||Mrs.R.Priya||A Study on entrepreneurship challenges and opportunities: Indian Scenario||ISBN 978-93-8143042-2|
|24.||Mrs. Jeeva Rani.S||Mutual Fund - Investors Awareness and Satisfaction||ISBN 978-93-8143042-2|
|25.||Mrs. M.Asha Banu||Corporate Social Responsibility of MNC's In India||ISBN 978-93-8143042-2|
|26.||Ms. C.Kavitha||Innovative Infrastructure financing strategies in India||ISBN 978-93-81208-11-3|
|27.||-||"Implementation of Strategy in a competitive environment"||ISBN 978-81-925286-0-1|
|27.||-||"Management of Credit Quality in Banks"||ISBN 978-93-81430-42-2|
|S.NO.||Name Of The Staff||Month & Year||Geographic Level||Title||Institution|
|1.||Dr. Hema Joe||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|2.||Mrs. R.N. Lavanya||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|3.||Mrs. Chandra Vadna Nila||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|4.||Mrs.S.Nafeesa||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|5.||Mrs. D. Lakshmi||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|6.||Mrs. Maheswari||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|7.||Ms. Subbulakshmi||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|8.||Mrs.Jeeva Rani||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|9.||Ms. N.Sakthi Selva Rohini||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|10.||Mrs. Porkodi||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|S.NO.||Name Of The Staff||Month & Year||Geographic Level||Title||Institution|
|1.||Mrs. Sathya||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|2.||Mrs. Asha Banu||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|3.||Ms. C. Kavitha||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|4.||Ms. Ebilet||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|5.||Mrs. Vijalakshmi||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|6.||Ms. Hemalatha||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
|7.||Mrs. Shruthie||Feb 15 -16, 2013||National Workshop||Research Methodology and Statistical Tools||Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai|
Designation: Lab Instructor
Area of Interest: Technical
“COMBUZZ - 2020” was organized by the department of corporate secretaryship along with department of ISM and A&F on 20th February, 2020. Mr. A.N.Raman, Former president of South Asian Federation of Accountants were the Chief Guest of the Program. He has delivered lecture on “Artificial Intelligence.” Around 300 students have participated representing the city colleges. 3 On – Stage events and 3 off – stage events were organized and the overall trophy winner was D.R.R.C.C.C Hindu College, Pattabiram.
National Level Webinar on “WIN LIFE WITH FINANCIAL PLANNING” WERE ORGANISED BY THE Department of Corporate Secretaryship on 13th May, 2020. The Resource person of the program was Mr.M.Jeyaprakash, Director, MCUBE Academy of Skill Development pvt. Ltd. He spoke on active and passive income and the rues of effective financial planning. The session was interactive and 200 students were the beneficiaries.
National Level E-Quiz on Corporate Governance was organized by the department of corporate secretaryship on 3rd June, 2020. Around 200 students have participated and E- Certificate was given to all the participants.
Webinar on Career Awareness Program (CSEET) was organized on 10th June,2020 by the Department of Corporate Sectretaryship. The Resource person was Ms. Chitra Anandaraman, Deputy Director SIRO – ICSI, Chennai.
Webinar on “RECENT JUDGEMENTS ON COMPANY LAW” eas organized by the department of corporate secretaryship in association with IQAC, on 30th October, 2021. The Resource person was Ms.Rajashree Balaji, B.com., LLB., CS., CA., Senior Analyst, PriceWaterHouseCooper, Chennai. The session was interactive and all final year students (100 No.) were participated. One-Day Basic Training Program on “Educating Women in Cyber Stalking & Women Abusement” The Department of Corporate Secretaryship has organized One Day Basic training programme on “Educating Women in Cyber Stalking & Women Abusement held on 22nd March 2019, which is sponsored by National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi. The programme consists of four sessions. The Chief Guest for the inauguration session was Dr.R.Thilagaraj, Member Syndicate University of Madras who addressed the audience on “Awareness on Cyber Security”. Ms.S.P.Lavanya, Additional Superintendent of Police, Cybercrime Cell, and CBCID, discussed on “Women Harassment in Cyber Stalking”. Ms.Adhilakshmi Logamurthy, Advocate Madras High court, addressed the gathering on “Women Abuse-Safety and Security”. Mr. Haja Nazuridin, Senior Advocate, Chairman Disciplinary Committee, Bar Council Tamil Nadu, addressed on “Misuse of social media”. The participants received participation certificates.
“WECO’2K22” Two days workshop on Entrepreneurship & Innovation for career Opportunity, was organized by the department of corporate secretaryship
Mr.T.Sridhar,(Project Director, Tamilnadu State Rural livelihood and National Urban livelihood Mission program, Chengalpattu District), highlighted the role of MSME and its contribution towards the growth & development of young budding entrepreneurs.
The Keynote address was given by Dr. E. Bhaskaran, Joint Director, Department of Industries & Commerce MSME, Government of Tamilnadu. He has outlined the road map on financial support lend by MSME.
The Technical Session on FOOD PROCESSING was handed by Mrs.UmaNagarajan, Trainer(MSME). She has conducted demo session on 6 organic squash. Almost, 300 undergraduate students representing various disciplines took active part in the session.
The Resource person of the session was Craft Chellammal (Craft Instructor) & U-Tuber, who came all the way from Madurai.The session took off with the Innovative method named VENI FLOWER OF Craftsmanship, creative ideas imparted in making the flower strings with variety of colourful flowers, “HIGHLIGHTED with Madurai Gundu Malli Jewellery”.
The next Technical Session was “WEALTH FROM WASTE”. The Highlight was on making beautiful and useful basket out of outer layer of banana plant and palm tree. Finally the session emphasized by the segregation and recycling of waste products and also use of ECO-FRIENDLY substitutes from natural resources and value added products that could be made from discarded materials. The students showed keen interest in the training programme and have gained a hands-on-experience in the topic of wealth from waste.
Dr.Mr.Chandra Moulish, MID, CEO, CoWaBunga, CREATIVE, appreciated the efforts of the Organising Committee of Workshop WeCo2k22 and highlighted the importance of the innovative and unique creation of identity in the field of Entrepreneurship to the startups. Also emphasized the availability of various online business courses & business carrier opportunities that if explored shall stimulate the overall architecture of the entrepreneurship life cycle.
The participants from the various Arts disciplines gave their Feedback ontheWorkshop. Followed by the distribution of certificates to all the participants of workshop WeCo2k22.
Academic proficiency prizes are awarded to students who top the subject papers, in each semester. Over all topper prize is bagged by the student who has the highest percentage in the department, during her period of study.List of Overall Toppers
Batch: 2009 - 2012