Department of Commerce (SF)

Department of Commerce (SF) 2018-07-19T14:17:41+00:00

Department of Commerce (SF)

P.G Department of Commerce started in the year 2013. The Department is presently enriched with 15 Lecturers. Our Department provides courses like Masters of Commerce ( M.Com ) and Bachelors of Commerce specalising in two main relevant areas like Taxation and capital market ( B.Com ). These courses are considered to be the most thriving courses in the field of Education. It helps the students gain, theoretical and practical skills needed   to deal with real life business situations and transform themselves into young entrepreneurs in this fast changing innovative world.  The course also enhances students with skill and knowledge in verbal and interpersonal communication, critical thinking, time management and problem solving skills

  • To equip individuals capable of building, learning and organizing
  • To develop the competencies of students with good value system.

Message from HOD

The P.G Department of commerce was started in the year 2013 with two faculties and 36 students.  Today when women have scaled new frontiers in education, the commerce department has a prime place in St.Teresa’s college in terms of both students strength and faculty size. Currently the department has 12 faculties and 367 students.

The PG Department of Commerce has recorded consistent improvement in its academic, and placement performance. It offers a range of innovative programs whose curricula are constantly updated to meet the changing requirement of the industry and also to meet the needs of major stakeholders. We believe that our students have been well accepted in their job profiles and have consistently exceeded expectations of the corporate world.  During study at the department, the students are encouraged to get hands-on experience in the corporate world through internship projects with reputed organizations which enable them to understand the relevance of working in a group and also help them to realize the finer aspects and importance of teamwork.

We also encourage students to organize events such as Inspiro 2017, Emporium 2016 (Inter-collegiate Commerce festival), participate in management events organized by other colleges and also get involved in activities of social relevance.

With all these inputs one finds our students hardworking, practical-oriented and effective in any work environment. We have designed our syllabus to strike a balance between professional knowledge and personal skills. We are confident that our current curriculum has enabled overall development of budding managers to come up to the expectations of the corporate world. The curriculum is taught by faculty combining academic excellence and real world experience with dedication and commitment.

With this brief introduction, I welcome you to be a part of our journey towards being a center of excellence in education and training.

Mrs. Maya P., Head of Department, Department of Commerce (SF)

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