Department of Commerce
Dept. data last updated on :27/05/2023
|SURE (Stimulating Urban Renewal through Entrepreneurship) Workshop|
Workshop commenced on 15th May, 2022 at the Department of Commerce, AMU, Aligarh. The Workshop shall run a twelve-week program (on Sundays) aiming to provide an educational platform that facilitates a value-added partnership between students, industry experts, and entrepreneurs from under-resourced communities. Consequently, this Workshop will produce socially engaged students who will develop empathy, critical thinking, and vital soft skills, simultaneously stimulating urban renewal by empowering entrepreneurs in under-resourced communities.
The SURE is also offered to local entrepreneurs and skilled or trained individuals, emphasizing women, low- to moderate-income earners, who require entrepreneurial insights. It inculcates financial literacy and entrepreneurship to those in Aligarh city or nearby wanting to start or grow/strengthen a small business. At the end of the workshop, we connect the participants with local Microfinance and other financial institutions so that they can launch or grow their small businesses.
|Panel Discussion on Union Budget 2021 – 6th March 2021 (Virtual)|
|Seminar on Derivatives and Risk Dynamics: The Changing Horizons – 3rd October 2020 (Virtual)|
|Seminar on 'Career Challenges for Women in Post Covid19 World' on 3rd September, 2020|
|Online Professional Training on Teaching-Learning Process using Virtual Platforms from 16th to 21st Aug, 2020|
|Online Faculty Development Program on Digitalisation of Education Content Through Open Source Tools from 6th to 10th Aug, 2020|
|International Webinar on Invisible Opportunities Post Covid-19 on 15th May, 2020|
|Online Faculty Development Program on Open Source Tools for Online Teaching from 20th to 24th July, 2020|
|Workshop on Mastering Inner Games – 18th July 2020 (Virtual)|
|A Colloquium on the Aftermath of COVID 19 on Indian Corporate Sector 13th June to 14th June 2020 (Virtual)|
|The Untold Story of Jamia Millia Islamia RCA Growth – 28th June 2020|
|Virtual workshop on 'Basics of Econometrics' from 13th to 14th May, 2020|
|Webinar on Management of Frozen World & Melting Economies – Indonesia Panel – 12th May 2020|
|Webinar on Management of Frozen World & Melting Economies – International Panel – 11th May 2020|
|Virtual Workshop on "Basics of Econometrics on 13 to 13 May 2020|
|Webinar on Management of Frozen World & Melting Economies – Malaysia Panel – 4th May 2020|
|Regional Seminar on Financial Inclusion through Financial Education|
|Webinar on Innovation and Development in Academia: A perspective of Oman – 8th May 2020|
|one-week national workshop on the theme Skills Trends and Skill Needs in Tourism Sector in India from 23rd – 28th September 2019|
|‘Goods and Services Tax: Emerging Issues and Challenges’ on February 24, 2018|
|Regional Seminar on Financial Inclusion through Financial Education|
|'Water Conservation' Awareness Program|
|Capacity Building Programme for Faculty Members in Commerce and Social Sciences|
Capacity Building Programme for Faculty Members in Commerce and Social Sciences September 11th â?? 24th, 2014 A two weeks Capacity Building Programme For Faculty Members In Commerce And Social Sciences have been organized by the Department of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh from September 11th -24th, 2014, sponsored by ICSSR, MHRD, New Delhi . The Course Directors of the programme are Prof. Mohd Mohsin Khan and Dr. Asiya Chaudhary. The objective of this workshop is develop research capabilities among young faculties and to turn completed research into publishable material in the form of journal articles/books, specifically, to develop capacity for conceptualizing and writing research proposals. The programme also aims at improving research skills and competence of the young social scientists to undertake research. The course also introduces applied statistics such as descriptive statistics, correlations, regression analysis, factor analysis, principal component, ethnography and uses & applications of computers and relevant software for researches in social science.
|Training at Commerce Department|
Training at Commerce Department
|Lecture on Islamic perspective of Leadership and motivation by Prof Khaliq Ahmad, IIUM On 28th February 2017|
|Conference on Working Women in Unorganized Sector|
Aligarh, March 6: Deliberations on informal sector as a greater source of employment for women and their coping mechanisms in the social and economic situation, were made in the National Conference on 'Working Women in Unorganized Sector: Issues and Challenges in Contemporary India' organised by the Department of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU).
Speaking as the chief-guest of the inaugural function, Retired Indian Economic Services Officer, Dr Renu Singh Parmar stressed on the policy concerns for women working in unorganized sector.
She discussed the expectations of working women from the new labour code.
In the keynote address, Prof Sabiha Hussain, Director, Sarojini Naidu Centre for Women's Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia spoke on the sociological and gender perspectives prevalent in the unorganised sector.
"Women still remain poor and underpaid in the labour sector," she pointed out while speaking on policy challenges.
Presiding over the inaugural function, renowned paediatrician, Dr Hameeda Tariq shed light on the multitasking ability of women and the need for recognition, irrespective of the sector.
Subhash Bhatnagar, Founder Member, Nirmana Group emphasised the need of labour identity cards for working women and regulations in the unorganised sector through community engagement.
Prof Imran Saleem, Dean, Faculty of Commerce and Convener of the conference briefed on the conference theme.
Prof Nawab Ali Khan, Chairman, Department of Commerce delivered the welcome address and Prof Asiya Chaudhary, Organising Secretary of the Conference extended the vote of thanks.
'Skill Development, Innovation and Entrepreneurship', a book authored by Dr Mohd Shoeb and a Conference Souvenir were also released in the inaugural function, said Prof Mohd Mohsin Khan, the Conference Chairman.
Dr Nishat Anjum conducted the programme, which was spread over six technical sessions.
Sarika Saxena, a well known entrepreneur of defence equipments was the chief-guest in the valedictory session, which also featured a keynote lecture by Preeti Maheshwari, the brand ambassador of Swacch Bharat Abhiyan in Aligarh.
The chief-guest and the keynote speaker shared entrepreneurial experiences in the unorganised sector during the valedictory programme.
|Interactive Session of B.Com. Final Year on 30.10.2017|
Interactive Session of B.Com. Final Year on 30.10.2017
|PARYATAN PARV, SEMINAR ON DISCOVERING DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF TOURISM|
PARYATAN PARV, SEMINAR ON DISCOVERING DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF TOURISM Organized by Department of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University (24th Oct 2017)