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.
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,
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.
The MA English Literature was startrd in the year 2013 with a few takers from the year 2014 the students developed avid interest by looking at the syllabus. The strength increased rapidly to 29. The Department brought a Magazine "IMPRINTS 2015 and 2016" , which comprises of Poems, Articles bu Staff and Students. The Department frequently make the Students to particioate in the Inter and Intra College competitions and makes them to bring laurels to the Department.
The Department of English held the inauguration of the Literary Club ‘Zenlitt’ on 30th September, 2014 in the College premises. Dr. V. Ganesan, Associate Professor, Department of English, AM Jain College, inaugurated the Literary Club and delivered the Lecture on “Post-Colonial Literature in English”. The Department took great interest in the inauguration of the Book Club. Dr. V. Meena Kumari, Associate Professor, Department of English, Anna Adarsh College For Women, inaugurated the Book Club and delivered a Lecture on ‘Journalism’, which was held in the month of February, 2015.
On 2nd, September, 2015, Mr. Sundar Ganesh, Director, Roja Muthiah Library, inaugurated the Club and delivered a Lecture on ‘Significance of Books’.
|YEAR/SEMESTER||CATEGORY||TITLE OF PAPER||CREDITS|
|I year – I Semester||Major - I||Com 201 Advanced Corporate Accounting and Accounting Standards||4|
|-||Major - II||Com 203 Financial Management||4|
|-||Major - III||Com 205 Advanced Marketing||4|
|-||Major - IV||Com 207 Advanced Management Theory||4|
|-||Major - V||Com 209 Managerial Economics||4|
|Iyear – II Semester||Core-6||Com 202 Advanced Cost and Management Accounting||4|
|-||Core-7||Com 204 Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions||4|
|-||Core-8||Com 206 Services Marketing||4|
|-||ELECTIVE I||1.Com 223 Labour legislation||4|
|-||Elective - II||Com 218 International Trade and Foreign Exchange||3|
|IIyear - III Semester||CORE 11||Com 210 Research Methodology||4|
|-||CORE 12||English Language and Linguistics||4|
|-||CORE 13||Com 215 Fundamentals of Information Technology||4|
|-||Elective - III||Strategic Management||3|
|-||Elective - IV||Banking Management||3|
|-||ELECTIVE-V||Financial Market & Services||3|
|IIyear - IV Semester||Core 17||Com 217 Management Information Systems||4|
|-||CORE 18||Com 229 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Theory||3|
|-||ELECTIVE –VI||Marketing Research & Consumer Behaviour||3|
Qualification: M.Com. M.Phil.,
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: Human
Qualification: M.Com., M.Phil.,MBA, NET, (Ph.D)
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: Marketing
Qualification: M.A., M.A.,M.Ed. ,M.Phil., Ph.D.
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: Educational Economics
The laboratory experiences provide opportunities for students to interact directly with the material world using innovative instruments and technologies. The course mainly aims on an intensive introduction about the techniques of theoretical and experimental chemistry to the students. The chemistry lab is well equipped with latest version of instruments like digital conductivity meter, digital potentiometer, centrifuge machine, hot air oven, suction pump, Kipp’s apparatus, electronic and chemical balances, hot air oven and muffle furnace. The lab is highly ventilated and can accommodate 45 students. Students are given complete training on handling various apparatus and glasswares. Theoretical sessions are arranged for the students in preparing chemical solutions and handling of hazardous chemicals which will facilitate student’s research career in their higher studies. Students from other domains are also given hands on training in the chemistry lab as a part of interdisciplinary course offered by the institution.
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.
Batch: 2010 - 2012
Batch: 2009 -2011
The Department of Chemistry organized a Workshop on 26th February regarding “FOOD ADULTERATION”. The students demonstrated and explained how to test the adulterants in some food items. II and III B.Sc., Chemistry students were visited CIPET, GUNIDY for “Industrial Visit” on 2nd August 2016. The Department of Chemistry organized a Workshop on 5th October 2016 regarding “MICROSCALE ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS”.
|S. No||Name of the Staff||Year||Geographic Level (National/ International)||Title||Institution|
|1.||Dr. N.S. Sangeetha||16th April 2012||National||National SEMINAR on advances in sensors and applications||VIT, CHENNAI|
|2.||Dr. N.S. Sangeetha||11th September 2012||International||Indo – German international seminar on electrochemistry of solid materials and solid NMR of Nano crystallites.||University of madras, Chennai.|
|3.||Dr. N.S. Sangeetha||25th February 2013||National||Workshop on chromatographic techniques||University of Madras, Chennai.|
|4.||Dr. N.S. Sangeetha||30th & 31st August 2013||National||National Seminar on chromatographic techniques||University of Madras, Chennai.|
|5.||Dr. N.S. Sangeetha||3rd March 2017||National||National seminar on recent analytical techniques in research areas of chemistry||Saveetha Engineering College, Chennai.|
|6.||Dr. N.S. Sangeetha||14th & 15th March 2017||National||National conference on advances in biotechnology and health science.||Dr.MGR Educational and Research institute university, Chennai.|
|7.||Dr. N.S. Sangeetha||21st April 2018||National||National Seminar on Research and Innovations in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology||Saveetha Engineering College, Chennai.|
|8.||Dr. C. Chandrakala||9th to 11th August 2018||National||Green Approach to Chemistry Experiments||Loyola College, Chennai|
|9.||Dr. C. Chandrakala||22nd February, 2017||International||Models and Methods in Bioinorganic Chemistry” (MMBIC)||Loyola College, Chennai|
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