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Department of Commerce


DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW:

The Post Graduate Department of Commerce, with a legacy of 55 years is poised to become an internationally renowned centre of Commerce and Management studies with its recent international collaboration. The Department has made an MOU with International Skill Development Corporation Limited, UK for offering ACCA, a globally acclaimed professional qualification for the B.Com students of our college. The Department has also changed its stream from B.Com Computer (Model 1) to B.Com Finance and Taxation (Model 1), to cater to the changing career aspirations of the students. The Department recently attracted considerable media attention when it brought together its 54 generations of alumni together under the same roof on August 04, 2019 by organising a mega alumni meeting ”Oru Vattam Koodi”.

The Department co-hosted an international conference on the theme ‘Economics and Politics of Climate Change’ during Jan 6 to 10, 2020 bringing together climate scientists and activists across the world. The Department also was the first in the college to organize an international webinar on 30 May 2020 in collaboration with John A Walker School of Business, Appalachian State University, USA.

Majority of our students are pursing professional courses like M.B.A, C.A, ICWA, CMA and ACCA after their graduation. A good number of our postgraduate students are clearing NET and JRF exams consistently every year. Our students have been receiving campus placements in South Indian Bank, Federal Bank KPMG, ESAF, Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Company, to mention a few. The academic and career progression of our students is really a matter of great pride for us.

VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Envisions becoming a premier centre for learning and research in Commerce education

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

1. To impart the students with required levels of competence that make them ready for employment in both domestic and global market.

2. To give students a broader perspective to life and make them instrumental for social   transformation.

3. To kindle the entrepreneurial spirits in students.

4. To prepare students for higher education and research in Commerce, Management and Business Studies.

5. To provide industry relevant commerce education.

6. To instill updated knowledge in subjects like finance, taxation, marketing, human resource, entrepreneurship, accounting practices, etc.

7. To promote the use of IT wherever possible to enhance efficiency.

HOD’s Desk

It is indeed a great honour and a mighty responsibility to be designated as the team leader of the Postgraduate Department of Commerce having a grand legacy of 55 years. A department with the largest student strength, a department with one of the most heterogeneous alumni members, a department with one of the highest cut-off marks for admissions, a department with the least number of drop outs, the Postgraduate Department of Commerce has a lot of peculiarities to its credit.

The department which had a rich galaxy of eminent professors in the past is now led by a vibrant team of 8 young faculty members, each competing and cooperating with each other to make the department scale greater heights.  We are also blessed to have the patronage of our retired faculty members in all our endeavours. We have received two scholarships for our students from our retired faculty members, as a testament of their trust and love to their department.

Presently, 3 faculty members have been awarded PhD in the department and our long cherished dream of a research centre is likely to materialize very soon. We also broke new grounds with our professional partnership with International Skills Development Corporation, UK to offer ACCA qualification to our B.Com students. The faculty members are constantly striving to upgrade themselves to give their best to the students. And we do hope that our students would regard their department fondly as their perennial source of positivity at any point of their lives. We are there for them always.

Thank you

Dr. Diana Ann Issac

Head of the Department

 PROGRAMMES OFFERED

 

1.    B.Com – Finance and Taxation (Model 1- Aided)

2.    M.Com – Finance and Taxation( Aided)

3.    ACCA

4.    Certificate Course in Robotic Accounting

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

B Com (Finance and Taxation) –Model 1

Upon completion of B.Com programme, the students will be able to:

PSO-1 Develop a broad understanding and practical exposure of various

specializations under the discipline of Commerce

PSO-2 Acquire relevant financial accounting and financial management skills that combine both theoretical and practical knowledge to make them industry ready

PSO-3 Attain essential leadership and managerial skills that enable students to evolve as good team players in the workplace

PSO-4 Promote critical thinking and problem solving ability that makes students competitive in analyzing and interpreting quantitative and qualitative data

PSO-5 Demonstrate writing, speaking, reading and listening competence in two languages

PSO-6- Acquire awareness on environmental issues and human rights.

PSO-7-Inspire students to become entrepreneurs and make them responsible towards the society

M.Com (Finance and Taxation)

The completion of two year Post graduate Programme in Commerce would ensure the following specific outcomes:

PSOl

Demonstrate an in-depth theoretical knowledge of all major theories and recent developments in the areas of financial management, human resource management, organizational behaviour, international business, portfolio management and derivatives

PSO2

Analyse complex organizational issues and generate realistic solutions based on their understanding of the theories.

PSO3

Apply statistical and analytical tools necessary for the analysis of a wide range of quantitative problems in management and finance

PSO4

Develop critical thinking and evaluate national and international developments /debates in commerce, management and business world

PSO5

Display proficiency in the tax laws of the country and become consultants for computation and assessment of income tax.

PSO6

Synthesize knowledge across disciplines and communicate their ideas effectively through seminars, peer to peer teaching, group discussions, interactions with industry and through their project reports

PSO7

Recognize and understand the ethical responsibilities of individuals and organizations in society

PSO8

Engage confidently in self directed study and research in the areas of their interest

 

Faculty

 

1.   Dr. Diana Ann Issac (HOD)        mob: 85471 04170   

      M.Com., M.B.A., Ph. D      dianaann@macollege.in  

 

2.   Ms. Litha Mary Issac          mob: 94973 68453      

      M.Com., M. Phil                   lithaissac@macollege.in      

 

3.   Mr. Sajin Paul                     mob: 99951 98723                    

      M.Com, B. Ed                     sajinpaul@macollege.in

 

4.   Ms. Feba Kurian                 mob: 94953 15266

      M.Com, M.B.A                   febakurian@macollege.in

 

5.   Ms. Jini Thomas                 mob: 94467 62708

      M.Com, B.Ed., ICWA Inter     jinithomascommerce@macollege.in

 

6.   Ms. Remya C.M                  mob: 96457 73409

      M.Com                                remyamanohar17@macollege.in

 

7.   Ms.Jiya John Parayil           mob: 94472 12548

      M.Com                                jiyajohnparayil@macollege.in

 

8.   Dr. Claudin Rocha              mob: 94465 28227

      M.Com, Ph. D                     claudinrocha07@macollege.in

 


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