M. Com.

Introduction
The P.G. department of commerce was established in the year 2009. The course inculcates a high quality education in the area of Finance, Accounting, Banking, Human Resource, Taxation and Computer Applications and Insurance. It provides ‘on-the-job training’ Internship in I year and Academic Research knowledge- project in II year as part of the curriculum. Seminars and conferences at National and International level are organized so as to explore the future prospects in commerce and Industry. Paper presentation, discussion and debate provide a platform to the students to get exposed to wider arena of the society.
The main subject of the study for Master Degree shall consist of core subjects and electives as well as extra disciplinary.

  • Skilled based subjects (Elective) (Soft Skills)
  • Internship training
  • Project plus viva-voce

Duration of the course is for two years, two academic years consisting of four semesters. Each academic year shall be divided into two semesters. The first academic year shall comprise first and second semesters and the second academic year the third and fourth semester respectively.
The odd semesters shall consist of the period from June to November of each year and the even semesters from December to April of each year. There shall be not less than 90 working days for each semester.
A candidate shall be eligible for the award of the degree only if he/she has undergone the prescribed course of study in a college affiliated to the University for a period of not less than two academic years, passed the examination of all the four semesters prescribed earning 90/91 credits and fulfilled such conditions as have been prescribed thereof.
The candidates after obtaining Master Degree are eligible for,

  • M.Phil.,
  • Ph.D.,

The job opportunities are abundant in commercial enterprises, software companies and banks in the areas of Accounts, Marketing and Advertisement. Knowledge of SAP is an additional benefit. Good career prospects also exist in the academic profession.

About the course:

Duration :

Eligibility for Admission

Academic progression:

Career Progression:

Date of commencement of course: 24th June 2009.

University Recognition No.: A1/VPK/16/New Courses/2009-2010/838

Department of Commerce  M.Com

ACADEMIC PROFICIENCY

Academic Proficiency or Overall Topper prize is awarded to the student who has secured the highest percentage in the University Examinations in the department during her period of study.

List of Overall Toppers

S.No Name of the student Batch
1. E.Vidhya 2010 - 2012
2. E.Seema Karthika 2009 -2011
3 D.MYTHILI 2011-2013
4 S.Muthu maheswari 2012-2014
5 S.UMA 2013-2015

M.COM. DEGREE COURSEs

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

REGULATIONS

(w.e.f. 2008-2009)

FIRST SEMESTER

S. NO. COURSE COMPONENTS NAME OF COURSE SEMESTER INST. HOURS CREDITS EXAM HRS MAX MARKS
CIA EXTERNAL
CORE Com 201 Advanced Corporate Accounting and Accounting Standards 1 6 HRS 4 3 25 75
CORE Com 203 Financial Management 1 6 HRS 4 3 25 75
CORE Com 205 Advanced Marketing 1 6 HRS 4 3 25 75
CORE Com 207 Advanced Management Theory 1 6 HRS 4 3 25 75
CORE Com 209 Managerial Economics 1 6 HRS 4 3 25 75

Soft skill  I  3 Hrs  2   3   25   75

SECOND SEMESTER

S. NO. COURSE COMPONENTS NAME OF COURSE SEMESTER INST. HOURS CREDITS EXAM HRS MAX MARKS
CIA EXTERNAL
CORE Com 202 Advanced Cost and Management Accounting II 6 HRS 4 3 25 75
CORE Com 204 Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions II 6 HRS 4 3 25 75
CORE Com 206 Services Marketing II 6 HRS 4 3 25 75
ELECTIVE I 1.Com  223 Labour legislation II 6 HRS 3 3 25 75
EXTRA DISCIPLINARY ELECTIVE II
  1. Com  218 International Trade and Foreign Exchange
II 6 HRS 3 3 25 75
Soft Skill-II II 3 Hrs 2 3 25 75
Internship (During summer vacation) 2

 Third Semester

S. NO. COURSE COMPONENTS NAME OF COURSE SEMESTER INST. HOURS CREDITS EXAM HRS MAX MARKS
CIA EXTERNAL
CORE Com 210 Research Methodology III 5HRS 4 3 25 75
CORE Com 213 Human Resource Management III 5HRS 4 3 25 75
CORE Com 215 Fundamentals of Information Technology III 5HRS 4 3 40 (P) 60
ELECTIVE- III WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT Strategic Management III 5HRS 3 3 25 75
ELECTIVE -IV (WITH IN THE DEPARTMENT) Banking Management III 5HRS 3 3 25 75
ELECTIVE-V EXTRA DISCIPLINARY Financial Market & Services III 5HRS 3 3 25 75
SOFT SKILL-III III 3Hrs 2 3 25 75

FOURTH SEMESTER

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S. NO. COURSE COMPONENTS NAME OF COURSE SEMESTER INST. HOURS CREDITS EXAM HRS MAX MARKS
CIA EXTERNAL
17 CORE Com 217  Management Information Systems IV 6 HRS 4 3 25 75
18 CORE Com  229  Investment Analysis and  Portfolio Theory IV 6 HRS 4 3 25 75
19 ELECTIVE –VI Marketing Research & Consumer Behaviour IV 6 HRS 3 3 25 75
20 ELECTIVE-VII Organisational Behaviour IV 6 HRS 3 3 25 75
PROJECT PLUS VIVA VOCE IV 6 HRS 8 - 20 80*
SOFT SKILL -IV IV 3 HRS 2 3 25 75

*Viva-Voce 20 marks

Project 60 Marks

Candidates to secure 70 Credits from Core papers in all the four semesters including Project Work and soft skills.A minimum total credits of 91 credits should be earned for securing M.Com. degree.

SHIFT - I

Name

Qualification

Desigination

Area of Interest

Dr. K.R. DHANALAKSHMI

M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D., M.B.A., Ph.D. (Pursuing), SLET Associate Professor & Head Entrepreneurial Development, Human Resource
DR. K. INDHUMATHI M.Com. M.Phil., NET, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Human Resource

Ms. S. LOGANAYAGI

M.Com., M.Phil., MBA., SLET

Assistant Professor

Marketing

Ms. E. CHARUMATHY

M.Com., M.Phil.,MBA, NET, (Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

Marketing

Dr. C. LAVANYA

M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Health Economics
Dr.M.O.RAJALAKSHMI M.A., M.A.,M.Ed. ,M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Educational Economics