DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCEOur College has a team of highly qualified, experienced and skilled faculty members with the dedication to convert young students in to knowledgeable professionals having the required skills to avail appropriate and prosperous jobs in the corporate, research and teaching spheres. The faculty members not only respect the conventional methodologies of educating students in the field, but also stretch their limits to innovate effective methodologies that would impart hands on experiences in the practical aspects of their education.

Due to increasing demand, the department offered the course in two shifts: Shift I and Shift II in different timings. The course in Shift I and Shift II came into existence during the academic year 1994-1995 and 1998 - 1999 respectively.


INTRODUCTONThe Department of Commerce was established in the year 1993 to facilitate education for Women in rural area. The course imparts high quality education in the areas such as Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Banking, Human resource, Computer applications, Insurance and Taxation. It provides training and guidance to the students to meet the challenges in high positions like Managers, Accountant and company secretaries in Domestic and International Organizations.

The course helps the students to get wide knowledge about the recent developments in functional areas of Commerce and Industry. It also helps the students to learn self discipline and become a good citizen of the nation.

The main subject of study for Bachelor Degree shall consist of the following and shall be in accordance with
Tamil or Other Languages
English
CORE Subjects, Allied Subjects and PROJECT/ELECTIVE with three courses.
1. (a)Those who have not studied Tamil up to XII Std and taken a Non-Tamil Language under PART I shall take Tamil comprising of two courses(level will be at VI Std)
(b)Those who have studied Tamil up to XII Std and taken a Non-Tamil Language under PART I shall take Advanced Tamil comprising of two courses.
(c)Other who do not come under a+b can choose Non-major elective comprising of two courses.
2. Skilled based Subjects (Elective) (soft skill)
3. Environmental studies
4. Value education
Extension activities
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.
ELIGIBILITY OF ADMISSION

M.com
M.com(AF)
M.com(CS)
MBA
MCA
MA
CA
ICWA
ACS
Accounts Manager.
Accounts Consultant.
Tax Consultant.
Entreprenuer.
Internal Auditor.
Accounts Assistant in Banking, Insurance and other service sectors.
Date of commencement of course: 24th January 1994.
University Recognition No.: A1/V/1993-1994/101.
Date of commencement of course: 7th January 1998.
University Recognition No.: A1/G3/1997-1998/85.

Commerce offers foundation for many professional careers like Finance, Planning, Accountancy, Tax Practitioners, Banking and Broking etc, besides academics, research, and many more. Commerce as a stream of study after Class 12 is best suited for individuals having flair for accounting, finance, commodities, marketing and trading.

CARRER PROGRESSION

ABOUT THE COURSE

PART I

PART II

PART III

PART IV

PART V

DURATION

Candidates for admission to the first year of the Degree of Bachelor of commerce courses, BBA and B.Sc. Information systems management shall be required to have passed the higher secondary examinations(Academic or Vocational stream) conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu or an Examination accepted as equivalent thereof by the Syndicate of the University of Madras.

Academic progression

The students imbibe a wide knowledge in the fields of which enhances the confidence levels within students. The students are also encouraged to take part in curricular, co- curricular and extra-curricular activities which shapes them in their overall development.

The candidates after obtaining Bachelors degree in Commerce can undergo the following courses for higher education.

Professional courses like

A course in Commerce can also shape a career for the students in various sectors like banking, financial services, business and industry, government services and law.

Accounts Executive.

Shift I

Shift II


BACHELOR DEGREE COURSES - UNDER THE FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES (B.COM)

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

REGULATIONS

(Effective from the academic year 2008-2009)

1. BACHELOR OF COMMERCE  

 B.Com

SYLLABUS AND SCHEME

The department adheres to the syllabus prescribed by the University of Madras on Choice Based Credit System (CBCS).

YEAR/SEMESTER CATEGORY TITLE OF PAPER

CREDITS

I YEAR/ I SEMESTER PART-I LANGUAGE-I

3

PART-II ENGLISH-I

3

Core Subject – Financial Accounting

4

Core Subject – Business Communication

4

Allied – I – Paper – I

a)

Business Economics

5

Skill  based subject

2

Non-Tamil Students :                                                Elective2. Basics of Retail Marketing Tamil  (VI Std)

Tamil Students         : Non – Major

2

23

4

 

YEAR/SEMESTER CATEGORY TITLE OF PAPER

CREDITS

I YEAR /  I SEMESTER PART-I LANGUAGE-I  

    3

PART-II ENGLISH-I

3

Core Subject Financial Accounting

4

Core Subject Business Communication

4

Allied – I – Paper – I Business Economics

5

Skill  based subject

2

Non-Tamil Students : Tamil  (VI Std)

Tamil Students         : Non – Major

Elective2. Basics of Retail Marketing

2

I YEAR/ II SEMESTER Language

3

English

3

Core Subject – Adv. Financial Accounting

4

Core Subject – Principles of Mgt.

4

Allied – I Paper – II

a)      Indian Economy

5

Skill  based subject

2

Non-Tamil Students : Tamil (VI Std)

Tamil Students         : Non  – Major

Elective Basics of Business Insurance

2

II YEAR / III SEMESTER Core –V Corporate Accounting

4

Core –VI Business Laws

4

Core- VII Banking Theory Law & Practice

4

Core- VIII Marketing

4

Allied – III (1) Business Statistics & O.R- I

4

Soft skill

3

Environmental Studies

(Examination will be held in Semester IV)

II YEAR IV SEMESTER Core –IX Advanced Corporate Accounting

4

Core –X Company Law

4

Core –XI Financial Services

4

Core –XII Business Taxation

4

Allied –IV  (1) Business Statistics & O.R - II

4

 Soft Skill

3

Environmental Studies

2

III YEAR / V SEMESTER Core – XIII Cost Accounting

4

Core –XIV Practical Auditing

4

Core – XV Entrepreneurial  Development

4

Core – XVI Financial  Management   4
Elective – I : (1)    Income Tax  Law &

Practices – I

5

Value Education

III YEAR / VI SEMESTER Core – XVII Advanced Cost Accounting

4

Core –XVIII Management Accounting

4

Core  - XIX Business Environment

4

Elective – II (1)   Income Tax Law & Practice – II

5

Elective – III (1)    Human

Resources Management

5

Extension activities

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIXTH SEMESTER

 

PART

COURSE COMPONENTS COURSE TITLE Credit Ins.

Hrs/ Week

Marks

CIA

 

Ext.

Exam

Total
             
I Core – XVII Advanced Cost Accounting

4

6 25 75 100
Core –XVIII Management Accounting

4

6 25 75 100
Core  - XIX Business Environment

4

5 25 75 100
II Elective – II (2)   Income Tax Law & Practice – II

5

6 25

40

75

60

100

100

Elective – III (2)    Human

Resources Management

5

6 25 75 100

100

V Extension activities

1

Shift I
Name
Qualification
Desigination
Area of Interest
Dr. K.R. Dhanalakshmi M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D., SET., MBA., Ph.D., Associate Professor&Head Advisory Head R&D Entrepreneurial Development
Dr.S.Chandravathananila M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D., NET., MBA., Associate Professor Marketing
Dr.K.Indumathi M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D., NET., MCA., Assistant Professor Human Resource
Mrs.S.Loganayagi M.Com., M.Phil., MBA, SLET Assistant Professor Corporate Accounting
Mrs.E.Charumathy M.Com., MBA., M.Phil., NET., Ph.D. Assistant Professor Marketing
Mrs.P.Sreedevi M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.  Assistant Professor Human Resource Management
Dr.C.Lavanya M.A,M.Phil.,Ph.D Assistant Professor Economics
Mrs. H. Pushpalatha M.Com., M.Phil., B.Ed. Assistant Professor Banking and Finance
Ms. P. Bhuvaneswari M.Com., M.Phil., MBA, SET Assistant Professor Human Resource Management
Ms. D. Mythily M.Com., M.Phil  Assistant Professor Marketing
Dr. M.O. Rajalakshmi M.A., M.A ,M.Ed, M.Phil, Ph.D Assistant professor Job Satisfaction In Schools And College
Ms. P. Murugeswari M.Com., B.Ed., M.Phil Assistant professor Financial Management
Shift II
Mrs. K. Muthulakshmi M.Com., M.Phil., SET, NET Assistant Professor Entrepreneurial Development
Ms. N. Kousalya M.Com., M.Phil., MBA  Assistant Professor HRM And Marketing
Mrs. M. Parvathy M.Com., M.Phil., B.Ed., Assistant Professor ED And Corporate Accounting
Mrs. M. Anusree Ravindran M.Com., M.Phil.,  Assistant Professor  Marketing
Ms. P. Priya M.Com., M.Phil  Assistant Professor  Marketing
Ms. S. Dhivya M.Com., M.Phil. Assistant Professor Marketing,ED
Mrs. V. Nagavalli  MBA., M.Com., M.Phil.,  Assistant Professor Finance
Ms. P. Lavanya M.Com., Assistant Professor Finance
Ms. S. Nalini M.Com., M.Phil., B.Ed Assistant Professor HR&Marketing
S.No Overall Topper Batch
Shift I
1. M. Yuvajothi 2007-2010
2. D. Mythili 2008- 2011
3. B. Swetha 2009- 2012
4. R.MAHASREE 2013-2016
Shift II
1 P.Susila 2008- 2011
2 S. Amudha 2009- 2012
3 E.SUKANTHI 2013-2016

No Name of the Staff Month & Year of presentation Geographic Level (National/International Title Institution ISBN No.
1. Dr.K R.Dhanalakshmi 3.3.2016 international Impact of emotional intelligence of trainers on their training outcome a study of special reference to     trainers in Chennai Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
Dr.K R.Dhanalakshmi 2016 International RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE AND GREEN PURCHASING BEHAVIOUR OF CONSUMERS Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College
Dr.K R.Dhanalakshmi 2016 International HR BENCHMARKING- A PARADIGM SHIFT IN HR FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
Dr.K R.Dhanalakshmi  2015 International A STUDY ON THE REQUISITES AND RESULTS OF TRAINING OF RETAIL WORKFORCE UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
Dr.K R.Dhanalakshmi 2015 International A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE PERCEPTION ON THE ROLE OF INNOVATIVE TRAINING IN SUSTAINABILITY PERIYAR MANIAMMAI UNIVERSITY
Dr.K R.Dhanalakshmi 2014 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND INOVATION FOR EMERGING MARKETS - CHELLAMMAL WOMEN’S COLLEGE CHELLAMMAL WOMEN’S COLLEGE
Dr.K R.Dhanalakshmi 2013 NATIONAL CONFERENCE TRAINING AND HR IN ORGANISATION NEHRU INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
2 K.INDUMATHI 3.3.2016 international IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EMPLOYES Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
3 N.Yuvaneswari 3.3.2016 international AN EMPERICAL STUDY ON INFLUENCE OF MOBILE MARKETING IN THE CURRENT SCENARIO Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
4 S.Loganayagi 3.3.2016 international MANAGING THE WORKING CAPITAL IN BANKING SECTOR : A CASE STUDY OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
5 Sreedevi.p 3.3.2016 international A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO THE FACTORS INFLUENCING STRESS AMONG BPO EMPLOYES Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
6 E.CHARUMATHY 3.3.2016 international CELEBRITY  ENDORSEMENT –UNDERSTANDING THE VALUE OF CELEBRITY ENDORSEMENT  FOR A BRAND Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
7 Dr. C.Lavanya 3.3.2016 international PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL OF EMPLOYES WORKING IN IT SECTOR Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
8 H.PUSHPALATHA 3.3.2016 international NEW SHAPE OF GLOBAL FINANCIAL MARKETS Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
9 P.BHUVANESWARI 3.3.2016 international FINANCIAL CRISES:CAUSES, IMPACT AND SOLUTIONS Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
10 MYTHILI.D 3.3.2016 international MOBILE MARKETING”ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF MOBILE MARKETING AMONG YOUNG STERS Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
SHIFT-11
1 S.VISALAKSHI 3.3.2016 international IMNPACT OF TRUST BUILDING IN RESOLVING PROBLEM OF TEAM BUILDING Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
2 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi 3.3.2016 international ROLE OF HUMAN RESOUSE IN JOB INVOLMENT WITH STRESS AND STATE AMXOETU Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
3 N.KOUSALYA 3.3.2016 international A STUDY ON ATTENTION AMONG WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN IT INDUSTRY Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978-93-81992-44-9
4 ANUSREE RAVINDRAN 3.3.2016 international ROLE OF KNOWLEDGEMENT IN INDUSTRIAL SECTOR Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978
5 PARVATHA.M 3.3.2016 international IMPORTANCE OF AIDED AND UNAIDED  BRAND AWARENESS ON CONSUMERS  BUYING DECISION-MAKING PROCESS Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978
6 LIBIA.P 3.3.2016 international WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College ISBN:978
LIBIA.P 28-AUG-2015 NATIONAL STRESS MANAGEMENT ISSN
LIBIA.P 30.-SEP-2016 NATIONAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND ITS UTILISATION ON ORGANISATION PERFORMANCE ISSN
1 S.Loganayagi 10th Feb 2014 national Empowering young women entrepreneurs in tamil New classic printers ISBN 97893919927

15

2 Sreedevi.p 08/03/14 NATIONAL Organizational stress management – causes & Prevention Glowplus publisher ISBN: 23484705

Pg:243 - 246

3 Sreedevi.p 07/03/15 NATIONAL Impact of demographical factors on stress in software employees Glowplus publisher ISBN: 23484705

126-128

S.NO.
Author
Date & Year of Publication
Title of the Article/Book
Name of the publication
ISSN
Shift I
1 Dr K R Dhanalakshmi October 2012 Personality enrichment Margam publication
2 K.Indhumathi 2nd feburary 2013 “Relationship between job satisfaction and organizational Development in IT Setctor” Indian Journal of Applied Research - ISSN 2249-555
Shift II
1 P.LIBIA MARCH 2013 RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANK INTERNATIONAL INDO GLOBAL JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMICS ISSN-2393-9796
2 P.LIBIA July 2016 FACTORS INFLUENCING LEADERSHIP QUALITY OF EMPLOYEES IN CORPORATE HOSPITAL IN CHENNAI INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTI DISCIPLINARY RESEARCH REVIEW ISSN 2395-1885 ISSN 2395- 1877

WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS, FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

SHIFT I

Sl.No

Name of the Staff

Month & Year

Geographic Level(National/International

Title

Institution

1 Dr.K.R.Dhanalakshmi Feb 15 -16, 2013 National Workshop Research Methodology and Statistical Tools Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
2

INDUMATHI

1st Sep 2012

National Workshop

Corporate governance

ICSI - SIRC

3 INDUMATHI

15th  & 16th Feb 2013

National Workshop

Research methodology & statistical tools

Bhaktavatsalam memorial college for women

4 INDUMATHI

21st Jan 2012

National Workshop

Statistical data analysis by using SPSS

Dhanraj Baid Jain college

5 INDUMATHI

16th Dec 2011

National Workshop

Efficiency of Indian capital markets – BSE/ NSE

Dhanraj Baid Jain college

6

YUVANESWARI

2nd & 3rdMarch 2012

National Workshop

Retail marketing

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
7

YUVANESWARI

20 & 21 Feb 2014

STATE

SPSS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
8

YUVANESWARI

6TH  & 7thFeb 2015

STATE

AMOS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
9

S.LOGANAYAGI

15th & 16thFeb 2013

STATE

Research methodology & statistical tools - BMC

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
10

S.LOGANAYAGI

20 & 21 Feb 2014

STATE

SPSS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
11

S.LOGANAYAGI

6TH  & 7thFeb 2015

STATE

AMOS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
12

SRIDEVI.P

15th & 16thFeb 2013

STATE

Research methodology & statistical tools - BMC

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
13

SRIDEVI.P

20 & 21 Feb 2014

STATE

SPSS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
14

SRIDEVI.P

6TH  & 7thFeb 2015

STATE

AMOS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
15

DR.C.LAVANYA

15th & 16thFeb 2013

STATE

Research methodology & statistical tools - BMC

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
16

DR.C.LAVANYA

20 & 21 Feb 2014

STATE

SPSS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
17

DR.C.LAVANYA

6TH  & 7thFeb 2015

STATE

AMOS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
18

E.CHARUMATHY

15th & 16thFeb 2013

STATE

Research methodology & statistical tools - BMC

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
19

E.CHARUMATHY

20 & 21 Feb 2014

STATE

SPSS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
20

H.PUSHPALATHA

20 & 21 Feb 2014

STATE

SPSS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
21

H.PUSHPALATHA

6TH  & 7thFeb 2015

STATE

AMOS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
22

M.D.RUKMANI

6TH  & 7thFeb 2015

STATE

AMOS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
23

P.BHUVANESWARI

6TH  & 7thFeb 2015

STATE

AMOS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
24

P.BHUVANESWARI

2-10-2014

STATE

Structural equation modeling

25 M.AMRITHA 11th 2012 STATE "LIT FEST"  M.G.R Univercity
26 M. AMRITHA 2012 STATE NSIC TECHNICAL SERVICES ENTREPRENEURSHIP ORIENTATION PROGRAMEED  C.T.T.E COLLEGE
27 M.AMRITHA 2015  STATE MULTI-VARIATE STATISTICAL ANALYSIS ORGANIZAED BY IQAC  C.T.T.E COLLEGE
28 M.AMRITHA  MARCH 2015 STATE WPRKSHOP- E- RESOURCES AND USEFUL WEBSITES FOR JOURNAL PUBLICATION  C.T.T.E COLLEGE

SHIFT II

25

S.VISALAKSHI

15th & 16thFeb 2013

STATE

Research methodology & statistical tools - BMC

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
26

S.VISALAKSHI

20 & 21 Feb 2014

STATE

SPSS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
27

S.VISALAKSHI

6TH  & 7thFeb 2015

STATE

AMOS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
28

V.RENUKA

15th & 16thFeb 2013

STATE

Research methodology & statistical tools - BMC

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
29

V.RENUKA

20 & 21 Feb 2014

STATE

SPSS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
30

V.RENUKA

6TH  & 7thFeb 2015

STATE

AMOS

Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College for Women, Chennai
31 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi

29.11.14

STATE

A strategic shift for sustainable  development of green and clean India

Sathyasai B.ED college NAAC ‘B’GRADE

32 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi

10.5.14

NATIONAL

Clean India challenges to quality in the professional thinking

Sathyasai B.ED college NAAC ‘B’GRADE
33 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi

3.3.2012

STATE

Women entrepreneurial development

BMC

34 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi

26.4.2014

STATE

Quality education in multidimensional

Dr.Rajalakshmi college of education

35 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi

9.2.2015

NATIONAL

NCTE regulation and curriculum frame work

NCTE & TNTEU

36 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi

29.11.14

NATIONAL

Sustainable development of green and clean india &green rights for future generation

Dr.Rajalakshmi college of education

37 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi

27.12.14

STATE

Enhance students reading skill

Sathyasai B.ED college NAAC ‘B’GRADE
38 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi

3.1.15

STATE

Emotional attitude to the learners in global level

Dr.Rajalakshmi college of education

39 Dr..M.O.Rajalakshmi

16.2.2013

STATE

Research methodology and statistical tools in BMC

Sathyasai B.ED college NAAC ‘B’GRADE

40 K.VINOTHINI DEVI

30.8.2012

INTERNATIONAL

Women entrepreneurs and SHG’S

41 K.VINOTHINI DEVI

22.9.2012

INTERNATIONAL

Human factors in global efficiency

42 K.VINOTHINI DEVI

13.9.2014

INTERNATIONAL

Human development and human rights

43 K.VINOTHINI DEVI

14 &15 june 2008

STATE

Faculty development

44 ANUSREE RAVINDRAN 18-7-12

STATE

Eco friendly chemistry – a micro scale approach

ASSOCIATION ACTIVITY

ORIENTATION  PROGRAMME - 

NAME OF THE PROGRAMME NO OF PARTICIPANTS
WORKSHOP 1
ENTREPRENEURIAL

PROGRAMME

240
FINANCIAL MARKETS & INVESTMENT AWARENESS PROGRAMME 240
CHARTED INSTUTE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANTS 240
PERSONALITY DEVOPLEMENT 240

International conference

v  NO OF PAPERS RECEIVED : 142

v     PAPERS SELECTED WITH ISBN:139

v    PAPERS SELECTED WITH ISSN: 3

Impact of emotional intelligence of trainers on their training outcome a study of special reference to     trainers in Chennai – Dr. K.R Dhanalakshmi & Dr. Porkodi

Factors influencing customers buying behavior in mobile marketing –Mr. J. Solomon Thangadurai

A study on work family conflict among women nurse in Chennai hospital – Mis A.R Nithiya.

—  The 2016 International conference by the PG & Research Department of commerce which was held on 3rd and 4th of March is all about “iconnect” “International conference on native economy commerce and trade “. This conference as we proudly say was a grand success and it paved way for many more ahead. It was a two days conference. We received nearly 120 papers in which 6 papers from International Universities and Colleges. Almost 60% of the papers were presented by the Research Scholars in person.

—  The inaugural was kicked off by 9.30 in the morning by the arrival of our esteemed Chief Guest Mr.CA.V.Murali, President, all India Institute of CA & Mr.S.Gurusamy, Head of the Department, Commerce, University of Madras. It was a remarkable one. There were five sessions chaired by esteemed academician’s viz., Dr.M.Ranganatham for Finance, Dr.Sakthivel Annamalai Manickam for marketing, Dr.R. Rangarajan for Entrepreneurial development, Dr.R.Thenmozhi for Human Resource Management and Dr.SM. Mohammed Ismail for Banking. All the sessions were easy street. It was very useful and productive to many of the Research person, faculties and students

—  The valedictory on the evening of second day upheld by Mr.Balaji K Moorthy VP, Marketing Ramco Cements India Ltd., as the chief guest and our beloved secretary sir Dr. S.P.Rajagopalan as a jewel to the crown and summed up all the credentials pertaining to the conference. It all concluded with a profound vote of thanks.

EVENT NAME                       : International Conference on Contemporary

practices in Commerce, Business and Management

DEPARTMENT NAME                   :  PG & Research Department of Commerce

DATE(DD/MM/YYYY)                   : 10Th & 11th August 2017

NAME OF THE CHIEF GUEST & DESIGNATION :

  •  Mr. T.N. Manoharan, Chairman, Canara Bank.
  •  Dr. S.Gurusamy, Prof. & Head Department of  Commerce, University of  Madras
  • Dr.D. Amarchand, Former Prof. & Head Department of Commerce, University of  Madras

VENUE                                   : College Auditorium

Department organized its second International Conference on Contemporary practices in Commerce, Business and Management . We received 5 International papers , 98 National & State level contributions. The main aim of the conference was to develop Research & Research related activities in the present day Scenario in the areas of Commerce, Business and Management

DEPARTMENT ACTIVITES

  • Dr.Thiyagarajan, Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, Pachaiyappa’s College for men was the resource person. The contents of the workshop were elements of measurement, data preparation, data cleaning, data transformation and data analysis. Descriptive statistics, testing of hypothesis, ANOVA,  t-test, paired t-test, correlation and regression, factor analysis, cluster analysis and AMOS was discussed in detail.

—  Students have been encouraged to participate in the various intercollegiate competitions to exhibit their skills and talents. The students have actively participated in intercollegiate competition organized by various colleges and won prizes.

—  The department conducts a talent show/Role playing/Debate/Seminar which gives a platform for the students to express academic and non academic skills. The department conducts an ED Bazaar every year with the motive to spread awareness on self employment. The Citizen Consumer Club was started during the year 2012-13 and actively participating in various events to provide consumer awareness

EVENT NAME                       : GST Workshop Programme

DEPARTMENT NAME                   :  PG & Research Department of Commerce

DATE(DD/MM/YYYY)                   : 3.7.18 to 6.7.18

NAME OF THE CHIEF GUEST & DESIGNATION :

  •  Mr. Giridharan, faculty of CA
  •  Mr. Rajeev, faculty of CA
  • Mrs. Shalini, faculty of CA
  • Mrs.Sripriya, faculty of CA

VENUE                                   : College Auditorium

GST Workshop Programme organized by PG & Research Department of Comerce about GST. Our resource persons motivated the students about GST Law, different from other Laws, how to maintain accounts & records and 3 parts of Ledgers, why it is necessary ? and motivate online information database.

 

ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

The department conducts a talent show/Role playing/Debate/Seminar which gives a platform for the students to express academic and non academic skills. The department conducts an ED Bazaar every year with the motive to spread awareness on self employment

The guest lecture on the topic “Guidance of effective writing of thesis” was conducted for the research students in the year 2014 by Dr.K.R.Sowmya, Professor, Department of Management Studies,Rajalakshmi Engineering college.