Department of Commerce

Department of Studies in Commerce was started in the year 2002. It is offering M.Com (Master of Commerce) a four semester programme under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). The CBCS is an advanced mode of learning in higher education wherein a student has freedom in selecting his/her own choices in the curriculum for completing a Master’s degree programme. CBCS facilitates the learning process to move from teacher centric to student centric education.

The curriculum is designed by considering the requirements of the industry. In the last one decade of existence of the department our students have made a mark in their academic activities and careers. The department is providing quality education in terms of theory and practice. Periodical seminars, guest lecture from subject experts, poster presentations, Quiz competitions and conferences are arranged for providing insights and exposure to the students.

  • To provide high quality professional education to the Commerce students.
  • To equip the students to hold positions in corporate as well as education sector.
  • To focus on the development of the whole person with conceptual, analytical and communication skills.
  • To develop independent thinking by each student.
  • To encourage more industry academic interface.

Student Academic Achievement

Names Course Rank/Gold Medal Year
Mr. Ullas Rao M.Com II 2003-2004
Ms.seema M.Com I & Gold medal 2005-2006
Ms. nandini M.Com I &  2 Gold medals 2007-2008
Ms pooja M.Com VII 2008-2009
Mr.Ganesh K T M.Com V 2009-2010
Ms Chaithra H S M.Com V 2010-2011
Sijin Kumar T S MFM III 2012-2013
Karthik Kumar MFM V 2012-2013
Prajna B K MFM VI 2012-2013
Ms Sindhu S M.Com IV 2013-2014
Shikha S MFM II 2013-2014
Malavi MFM III 2013-2014
Divyashree MFM III 2013-2014
Ms Suman K K M.Com GOLD MEDAL 2014-2015
Rezila Crasta MFM I 2014-2015
Chandrashekar. R MFM II 2014-2015
Vishwas T S MFM III 2014-2015
Yamuna H S MFM IV 2014-2015
Ms. Divya M.Com Cash Prize 2015-2016
Dheekshitha M D MFM I 2015-2016
Celin Rose MFM IV 2015-2016
Abhishek M MFM VII 2015-2016
Ravi Sachin B MFM VIII 2015-2016

Activities Seminar on “New Concepts of Company Act 2013” scheduled on 30th October 2017 Resource person - Manjunath ICSI Institute Mysore

Workshop on GST was conducted by Kumarpal M Jain , Chartered Accountant Kumarpal & co,  Co Chartered Accountants,  Bangalore.

State Level Poster Presentation competition for the students of Commerce Under Graduation Level on 27th March 2018

Run Jump and Fly orientation programme for first year M.Com students by Corporate Trainer Dr. Chandra Shekar, Bangalore on 6th August 2018.

National Seminar on “Crisis in Indian Banking Sector-Issues and Concerns” was held on 28th September 2018. The seminar was inaugurated by

Dr. Krishnaswamy Deputy General Manager, Kolkata Note Mudranalaya, RBI.

Workshop on Gender Sensitization for M.Com First Year students conducted  On 30th October 2018

Certificate course on MS-Excel was organized for M.Com students in collaboration with NICT Mysore Branch from 18th January to 23 rd January 2019.

Special Lecture organized for M.Com students on “Commercial Tax Law and Planning”. The lecture was delivered by Mrs. Prachetha, member of Institute of Company Secretaries of India on 31st January 2019

Personality Development Programme Conducted by NICT Computer Ltd., on 5th March 2019 Resource person: Mr. Jayanth Kashyap, Motivational Speaker, Bangalore

Workshop on “Derivative Trading Strategy” conducted for M.Com students on 7th March 2019. Resource person: Mr. Sagar, Sub-Broker from Stack Tale, Bangalore.

Placement Activity –“Campus to Corporate” was conducted for M.Com final year students on 2nd 3rd and 4th of April 2019

Programmes

Master of Commerce (M.Com)

 Master of Commerce

The M.Com is a full time 4 semester course.  The curriculum is designed by considering the requirements of the industries. In the last one decade of existence of the department our students have made a mark in their academic activities and careers.

Eligibility for Admission:

The candidate who has passed B.COM/BBM/BBA of University of Mysore or any other recognized university considered as equivalent there to, with a minimum of 45% aggregate marks in the qualifying examination. A relaxation of 5% is available for SC/ST and Cat-I candidates. Intake is limited to 60 seats in a year.

M.Com Course structure (CBCS)

Minimum Credits Required for M.Com Degree

 

I – IV

Semester s

Hard Core Course

Soft Core Course

Open Elective Course

Total

Number s

Credit s

Number s

Credit s

Number s

Credit s

Number s

Credit s

11

44

8

32

1

4

20

80

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE REGISTERED BY A STUDENT IN A NORMAL PHASE TO SUCESSFULLY COMPLETE M.Com DEGREE IN FOUR SEMESTERS

 

 

Hard Core Course

Soft Core Course

Open Elective Course

Total

Numbers

Credits

Numbers

Credits

Numbers

Credits

Numbers

Credits

I

4

16

1

4

5

20

II

3

12

1

4

1

4

5

20

III

2

8

3

12

5

20

IV

2

8

3

12

5

20

Total

11

44

8

32

1

4

20

80

 FIRST SEMESTER

Sl.No.

Title of the Course

Hard Core/ Soft Core/ Open Elective

 

Number of Credits

L

T

P

Total

HC01

Accounting Theory

HC

3

1

0

4

 

HC02

Corporate Governance And Business Ethics

HC

3

1

0

4

HC03

Financial Management

HC

3

1

0

4

HC04

Marketing Management

HC

3

1

0

4

SC01

Business Policy and Environment

SC

3

1

0

4

SC02

Statistics for Business Decisions

SC

3

1

0

4

SC03

Advanced Auditing

SC

3

1

0

4

SECOND SEMESTER

 Sl. No.

 Title of the Course

Hard Core/ Soft Core/

Open Elective

 

Number of Credits

L T P Total

HC05

Capital Market Instruments

HC

3

1

0

4

HC06

Human Resource Management

HC

3

1

0

4

HC07

Organizational Behavior

HC

3

1

0

4

SC04

Computer Applications in Commerce

SC

3

1

0

4

SC05

Strategic Management

SC

3

1

0

4

OE01

Stock Markets and Investment Decisions

OE

3

1

0

4

THIRD SEMESTER

 Sl.No.

Title of the Course

Hard Core/ Soft Core/

Open Elective

 

Number of Credits

L

T

P

Total

HC08

Business Research Methods

HC

3

1

0

4

HC09

International Business

HC

3

1

0

4

SC06

Management of Social Enterprises

SC

3

1

0

4

SC07

Portfolio Management

SC

3

1

0

4

SC08

Entrepreneurship Development

SC

3

1

0

4

 

SC09

Elective Group A:Business Taxation

Paper1:Goods And Services Tax And Customs Duty

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

 

 

SC10

Elective Group B : Financial Accounting

Paper 1: Contemporary Areas of Financial Accounting

 

 

SC

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

4

 

 

SC11

Elective Group C: Financial Management

Paper1 : Strategic Financial Management

 

 

SC

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

4

 

SC12

Elective Group D:HumanResource Management

Paper1:Strategic

Management of Human Resources

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

 

SC13

Elective Group E:Management

Accounting

Paper1:Marginal Costing and Decision Making

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

FOURTH SEMESTER

Sl.No.  Title of the Course Hard Core/ Soft Core/

Open Elective

 

Number of Credits

L T P Total
HC10 International Accounting

HC

3 1 0

4

HC11 Operations Research

HC

3 1 0

4

SC14 Foreign Exchange Management

SC

3 1 0

4

SC15 International Financial Management

SC

3 1 0

4

SC16 Project Work

SC

3 1 0

4

 

SC17

Elective Group A:Business Taxation

Paper 2:Corporate Tax Law and Planning

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

 

 

SC18

Elective Group B: Financial Accounting

Paper 2:International Financial Reporting Standards

 

 

SC

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

4

 

SC19

Elective Group C: Financial Management

Paper 2: Financial Derivatives

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

 

 

SC20

Elective Group D: Human Resource Management

Paper 2: International Human Resource Management

 

 

SC

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

4

 

SC21

Elective Group E:

Management Accounting

Paper 2: Cost Management

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

ELECTIVE GROUPS:

Any TWO groups from the available electives shall be selected by students at the commencement of the Semester. Once groups have been selected, no change in the selected groups will be allowed later. The department will announce at the end of the second semester, elective groups which will be offered during III and IV semesters depending on the availability of faculty members and the demand for electives.

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Certificate and Diploma in E - Commerce

The Department of Studies in Commerce is offering value added Certificate and Diploma in e-commerce programme with the objectives,

  • To gain knowledge and understanding the theories and concepts underlying in  e-commerce
  • To apply e-commerce theory and concepts to what e-marketers are doing in "the real world".
  • To improve familiarity with current challenges and issues in e-
  • To prepare students to exploit opportunities in the field of Ecommerce in the corporate sector.

Eligibility: An applicant seeking admission to certificate and diploma course shall have any Degree or equivalent from the recognized university.

Course Structure

Certificate in E-Commerce

Courses

C1 + C2 Final exam

Marks

Total

Marks

Lecture hour per week Practical Hour per week Total No of Credits

I semester

 

Introduction to E-Commerce

30 70 100 5 -

5

II Semester

World Wide Web  and HTML

 

30 70 100

 

4 1

5

Diploma in E-Commerce

Courses

C1 + C2 Final exam

Marks

Total

Marks

Lecture hour per week Practical Hour per week Total No of Credits

I semester

 

Introduction to E-Commerce

30 70 100 5 -

5

II Semester

World Wide Web  and HTML

 

30 70 100 4 1

5

III semester

E- CRM and Branding

30 70 100 5 -

5

IV Semester

Visual Programming

30 70 100 4 1

5

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Faculty

Dr Bhavani

Dr. Bhavani M

Associate Professor & HOD
srinivas kr

Mr. Srinivas K R

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
uma k

Mrs. Uma M

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Srinidhi

Mr. Sreenidhi

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
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Mr. Roopesh Kumar. N

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR