Department of Commerce


Dept. data last updated on :27/10/2021


To be a centre of excellence with global academic standards


·      To create an inclusive environment for teaching, learning and research.

·      To adopt and practice blended teaching and learning pedagogies.

·      To impart quality education that caters to the industry needs for capacity building and professional excellence.

·      To develop socially responsible leaders and innovative entrepreneurs.


The contribution of the Department of Commerce in academia, as well as the corporate sector, has been prominent since its establishment in 1946. In addition to imparting quality education both at undergraduate and post-graduate levels, the Department of Commerce is also providing research guidance to a large number of Indian and foreign research scholars. At present more than 150 scholars are enrolled in Ph.D. program in our Department. The presence of foreign students in different programs enhances the cultural diversity and makes it a hub of cultural exchange among the students.

Due to its rich intellectual capital, the department has carved a niche for itself at the global level. Our alumni are holding prestigious positions not only in India but abroad as well, attaining new heights gloriously. Highly qualified faculty consistently contributes to the well-being of students by imparting quality education in various contemporary courses.

Besides publishing in world-class journals and organizing international-workshops, seminars and conferences, the faculty members are also upskilling and engaging in outcome-based approaches to pedagogy. For creating student-centric teaching-learning environment, the authorities are trying to convert all the classrooms into smart classrooms. Two new courses have been added to the curriculum, thereby responding effectively to future needs.

Academic diversity is one of the most prominent features of the department of commerce. Along with Commerce, it also offers post graduate courses in finance, human resource and tourism. The department of commerce also has three faculty members from allied disciplines – commercial law, business mathematics and information & technology. This is also significant in conducting interdisciplinary researches.

Overall the department of commerce has been nurturing talent from the last five decades and shall continue to work with renewed zeal and commitment.

Presently the Department of Commerce is offering the following academic programmes:

1.      Ph.D. in Commerce

2.      Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.)

3.      Master of Commerce (M.Com.)

4.      MBA (Financial Management) MBA(FM)

5.      Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM)

6.      Master of Insurance & Risk Management (MIRM)

7.      Master of Tourism and Travel Management (MTTM)

8.      PG Diploma in Business Finance (PGDBF)

9.      PG Diploma in Banking, Risk & Insurance Management (PGBRIM)