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Commerce (Aided)

The department of Commerce was established in the year 1981. So far we have witnessed 33 batches of Under Graduate Students. The rise to the top was not a cake walk. It is a unique privilege of our department.

The main aim of our department is to offer superior quality and affordable education with view to build graduates with high ethical & leadership qualities. The faculty of Commerce intends to enlighten undergraduates to be in right endeavor by developing their distinct competencies with human values & professionalism which led them to be successful, globally employable & entrepreneurial graduates in the dynamic environment.

Quality Policy of Commerce Department
Faculty‘s major focus is on quality learning through classroom teaching & practical learning both. Focussed discussions, interactive study sessions, role plays, presentation, case study etc. are held as a part of the daily classroom affairs.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Motivating the students to think laterally and out-of-the-box to generate innovate ideas.
  • Transforming innovative ideas into commercial products of societal needs.
  • To provide conceptual knowledge and application skills in the domain of Commerce studies.
  • To sharpen a student’s analytical and decision-making.
  • To provide a good foundation for students who plan to pursue professional courses like CA, ICWA, CFA, ACS,
  • To facilitate students with skills and abilities to become competent and assured of good careers and job placements.
  • To develop entrepreneurship and managerial skills in students to enable them to establish and manage their business establishments effectively.
  • To develop ethical business professionals with a broad understanding of business from an interdisciplinary perspective.


  • Practical exposure through organizing various Industrial visits
  • Remedial Classes for Slow learners & Non-Commerce students.
  •  40 years of  academic excellence in the stream of    Commerce Discipline
  • 2500 plus graduates