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B.Com (H) as a subject was introduced with the inception of the College. The department is one of the largest departments in terms of students’ strength in the college after B.Sc. (H) Physics and Chemistry. The sanctioned strength of the department is 370 students including the II and III year.

The cut off percentage is among the highest in the University, admitting the cream of students’ pool.

The department also takes care of M.Com students regarding their tutorial classes and attendance. It admits about 30 students every year.

The department has a total strength of 16 outstanding faculty members, some of whom have a teaching experience of more than 20 years. The teachers are well recognized in the University for their specialized subjects like Law, Finance, Advertising, Business Math, Statistics and Corporate Governance. Continuous efforts are put in by the faculty to enhance skills and knowledge of the students so as to prepare them for the market and various future job opportunities.

The department has a well-functioning Placement Cell and a Students Society. The Society organizes various student related activities throughout the year and the highlight being the annual inter- college festival “Exordia”. Various competition events like business games, ad-mad, newspaper dressing, debates, treasure hunt are a part of this extravagant fair with a generously sponsored prize money.

The purpose of such activities is to foster a sense of team spirit, co-operation, healthy competition and learning among our students.

In terms of placements, companies like British Telecommunication (BT) and Ernest and Young, India and South India Bank have sought our students for campus placements with a good starting CTC package and career advancement programmes. The faculty strives to enable more companies to come to the College, for campus placement.

B. Com (H) of our College is one of the most in demand course in the University, among the off campus colleges. And due to its strategic location and well versed and experienced faculty, the course offers an excellent learning opportunity, perspective building and knowledge gain to the students.


Commerce Society

The Department invited Salaam Zindagi fame senior journalist Ms Naghma Sahar, NDTV India on 19th October 2015 for an interaction with students and faculty members. She shared her experiences with students on how never to lose hope and never give up in life based on her experiences of hosting the popular show Salaam Zindagi. She also counselled students on the available career opportunities. The Department organized its annual fest Exordia 2016 on 10th and 11th March, 2016. Honorable Principal Dr Sanjay Malhotra marked open the festival with his motivating speech and overwhelming words. All the teachers were also invited on the Dias to light up the holy lamp and inaugurate the program. The festival started with a mesmerizing classical dance performance by fourth semester student Kavya Mangal. Lavanya Lalan, the nightingale of Commerce Department captivated the audience’s attention with her melodious song performance.

The events of Day One included IPL Bidding (Cricbuzz), Rangoli Making, Revive to survive and Gully Cricket. Students’ knowledge in cricket buzz and decision-making skills in bidding round was tested. Ample creativity on the theme ‘Save Peacock’ was witnessed in Rangoli-making competition and the knowledge of Ads coupled with acting skills was tested in Ad-Mad competition Revive to Survive. The Gully Cricket event organized in the sports ground became very popular among the students and witnessed maximum participation.

The second day of Exordia was marked with excitement and enjoyment. Walk in Personalities was organized where student participants enacted as famous personalities from the political and acting ANNUAL REPORT 2015-16 / 13 world. Newspaper Dressing event turned out to be of out of the box where contestants showcased their dresses. Kurukshetra Debate- the war of words was no less than a big event where various viewpoints of students came to light on the topic Make in India or Made in India. Photography Competition and Scavenger Hunt, where students applied their mysterious minds to find clues were some other events of the day. Principal Dr Sanjay Malhotra closed the event by distributing prizes to winners and Certificates to volunteers. All the teachers of the Department of Commerce and student volunteers worked hard to make the event successful.