COMMERCE

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

The Department of Commerce was established in 1996 with a view to inculcate academic excellence and to cater the needs of rural students through holistic education and guide the young women to be the future leader with social responsibility and justice. Sharp minds are at work in the department, where students learn the latest trends in business, commerce and entrepreneurship. There are four faculty members wholeheartedly involved, dedicated, committed, accessible and responsive to the needs of the students. It feels pride in producing more number of rank holders from its inception.

  • To empower rural young women and uplifting them in economically, socially and intellectually.
  • To provide a platform to the students to exhibit their talents and creativity.
  • To create interest in commerce related subject in higher education to make more competent and competitive
    • To encourage self evaluation, personality development and guide the students to strive owards perfection and competence.
    • To provide excellent teaching and learning environment with its focus on continuing education.

DR. S. SELVA RANI

HOD & Associate professor

MRS. R. JAYANTHI

Asst. Professor

MRS. S. SOBITHA

Asst. Professor

MRS. M. SANGEETHA

Asst. Professor

SEMINAR

The Department provides platform for exhibiting the talents of the students through its club “COMSTAR”. It organizes guest lectures, career counseling, workshops, conferences, internship training and industrial visit. It always aims to enrich the students with practical knowledge

SWOC ANALYSIS

  • Qualified & Committed staff
  • Producing University Rank Holders every yearM
  • Celebration of festive occasions
  • Student-friendly approach

  • Non availability of university level faculty development program.
  • Minimum number of PhD scholars

  • Attending orientation programmes to enrich our knowledge
  • Updating with Current & Advanced technology in banking sector.
  • Knowing current scenario in Investment sector like in shares, mutual funds etc.
  • Industrial/ Factory/ Institutional visit
  • Company based projects

  • Lack of communicative ability
  • Scored poor percentage in school exams
  • Mostly village based students

RANK HOLDERS