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About – Department of Commerce

Professionals with specialization in Commerce field are now a days in great demand. Commerce encompasses a wide area of knowledge in general business, accounting, banking marketing, finance, economics etc. UG and PG courses offered by the Department of Commerce at AISECT University not only provides students with knowledge in above fields but also prepares them with managerial skills to handle difficult situations Students here get training on various software and develop their communication skill to enhance their employability potential. Case Studies, field projects and training visits provide them with the real life business exposure whereas large number of guest lectures, interaction with invited experts, seminars and conferences of national and international levels and extension activities conducted by the University, provide them with unique exposure for their holistic development. The department has large number of linkages with corporate and industrial organisations of repute. The department organises many value addition courses/activities which are beyond curriculum and touch upon the current happenings like GST, Demonstration, Digital Banking, New Ordinances etc. The curriculum in the department promotes research orientation. Research facilities and resources are good enough to motivate students for in-depth studies and research in fields like labour, finance, marketing, transport, international business, cooperation, corporate governance, e-commerce etc. The analytical and stimulating environments built in the department develop managerial and technical skill in the student as per the need of the corporate world.



Faculty


Sr. No. Name Qualification Designation
1 Dr. Deepti Maheshwari M.Com, MBA, PhD Specialization in Taxation. 50 Research Papers to her credit. 4 PhD Supervised Professor & Dean
2 Dr. Kaustubh Jain M.Com, MBA, PhD Marketing & Finance Expertise. 8 International Research Papers Associate Professor & HoD
3 Dr. Monika Malviya M.Com, PhD Specialization in Human Resources. 6 International Research Papers Associate Professor
4 Dr. Basanti Mathew M.Com, PhD ICWA Specialization in Finance, Management & Economics. 5 Research Papers to her credit Associate Professor
5 Mrs. Neka Shrivastava M.Com Specialization in Accounting & Economics Asst. Professor
6 Mr. Pawar Kushwaha M.Com Specialization in Accounting Taxation Asst. Professor
7 Mr. R.S Sharma MCA Specialization in Information Technology Asst. Professor


Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Kaustubh Jain Chairman
2 Dr. Monika Malviya Member
3 Dr. Basanti Mathews Member
4 Mrs. Neka Shrivastava Member
5 Mr. R.S Sharma Member
6 Student Member (Will be nominated by the HoD)
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Rajeev Agrawal Member
2 Dr. S.K Bhardwaj Member



Programme Offered
Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Commerce Undergraduate Courses B.Com (Plain), B.Com (Computer Application) 3 years Pass 10 + 2/Equivalent with Science/Commerce

Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcomes

Programme Outcomes

Towards the end of the programme, students will be able to:

  1. Develop an ability to effectively communicate
  2. Appreciate importance of working independently and in a team
  3. Have exposure of complex commerce problems and find their solution.
  4. Process information by effective use of IT tools
  5. Understand required mathematical, analytical and statistical tools for financial and accounting analysis
  6. Develop an understanding of various commerce functions such as finance, accounting, Financial analysis, project evaluation, and cost accounting
  7. Develop self-confidence and awareness of general issues prevailing in the society
Programme Specific Outcomes
  1. Apply knowledge will analyze and evaluate positions on economic issues,
  2. Showing that they can break an economic issue down into the various economic principles and concepts that form the basis of the position
  3. Identify the competing sides on the issue.
  4. Specific knowledge will critique an economic position in terms of the accuracy of its representations of economic principles.
  5. Specific knowledge of concepts and the soundness of its use of those concepts and principles to make a claim about economics.
  6. Specific knowledge will solve real-world economic problems effectively in the context of an industry or field of study.
  7. Specific knowledge that they can identify and collect the appropriate economic data, analyze data in terms of costs and benefits, present economic data.

Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Commerce PostGraduate Courses Master of Commerce (Taxation) M Com (Taxation) 2 years B.Com with 45% marks for Gen. and 40% for OBC/SC/ST

Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcomes

Programme Outcomes
  1. The students will develop an ability to apply knowledge acquired in problem solving.
  2. The students will be ready for employment in functional areas like Accounting, Taxation, Banking, Insurance and Corporate Law
  3. Students will be able to pursue their career in teaching and research
  4. Students will exhibit inclination towards pursuing professional courses such as CA/ CS/ CMA/CFA etc
  5. Students will be able to handle computer based software in areas of Accounting, Taxation, and Banking
  6. Ability to work in teams with enhanced communication and inter-personal skills
  7. Ability to start entrepreneurial activities
  8. An inclination towards lifelong learning and acquiring contemporary knowledge
  9. An informed, aware and active citizen

Programme Specific outcomes

As a result of completing this program, students should be able to

  1. Apply knowledge will translate technical accounting material and terminology into terms that can be understood by a variety of audiences not trained in accounting in such a way that it meets the needs of those audiences
  2. This ability in reports to management, feasibility reports, proposals, etc.
  3. Specify key relationships between important variables understand the difference between correlation and cause-and-effect apply algebraic, graphical, and statistical tools to analyses of problems and issues in business and public policy identify the relationship between assumption and interpretation.
  4. Working knowledge of Tax, GST Tax Planning


Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Commerce Post Graduation M.Com 2 years B.com with 45% marks for Gen. and 40% for OBC/SC/ST
Programme Outcomes

As a result of completing this program, students should be able to

  1. Apply knowledge will use effective technology appropriately, such as PowerPoint, slides, posters, handouts, and transparencies in oral presentations.
  2. Apply knowledge skills and ethical perspectives relevant to core business areas, including marketing, statistics, financial accounting, management accounting, finance, economics, information systems, strategic management, organizational behavior, and commercial law
  3. Specific skill technical and quantitative aspects of management related to financial services, including the study of financial markets, financial instruments and investment decision-making, as well as the analysis of alternative methods employed by institutions and individuals to obtain, manage and use capital.
  4. Apply knowledge organizations and management processes, by showing that they can take a global perspective regarding accounting procedures and practices, for both descriptive and prescriptive purposes.
  5. Apply knowledge will work effectively in teams, by exhibiting the kinds of behaviors that mark an effective team member: working co-operatively with others, accepting divergent views, encouraging active participation of others, dealing productively with conflict, and taking leadership roles as the need arises.
  6. Apply that they can document clearly and precisely their own procedures of observation and research to satisfy both the client’s needs and the requirements of the legal system.
  7. This ability is especially important when explaining accounting information to lay audiences.
Programme Specific Outcomes
  1. Analyze organizational problems and generate realistic solutions based on current academic research in organizational behavior.
  2. Apply knowledge of microeconomic theory as it relates to markets, firms, government policy, and resource allocation.
  3. Apply knowledge in hypothetical situations in research Methodology
  4. Apply knowledge of the management field
  5. Apply knowledge working knowledge of finance.
  6. Apply knowledge working knowledge of international commerce.
  7. Apply knowledge working knowledge of marketing.
  8. Apply knowledge working knowledge of the quantitative analysis techniques applied within common business situations.


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Academic Calendar

Dept of Commerce(Odd Sem) 2017

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester, Fees Payment and Registration 1st, 3rd, 5th Sem

24 July 2017

2

Commencement of classes   3rd, 5th Sem

25 July 2017

3

MSA-1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

10 Aug. 2017

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-1) After (Unit 2)

28-30 Aug. 2017

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 Sept. 2017

6

MSA-2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

18 Sept. 2017

7

MST-2, (Test) (Unit 4)

03-05 Oct. 2017

8

Display of MST-2 Result & Attendance

09 Oct. 2017

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

20 Oct. to 15 Nov. 2017

10

Minor (All Units )

20-25 Nov. 2017

11

Display of Result of Minor

28 Nov. 2017

12

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

16-23 Nov. 2017

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Semester Final Examination Theory & Practical

04-30 Dec. 2017

15

Semester Vacation

01-20 Jan. 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

22 Jan. 2018

All the two MST's (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA's will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.
Note: -

  1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calander of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 14 July 2017.
  2. Deans/department will notify separately about Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans & SAC by 14 July 2017.

Academic Calendar 2018 for Non-Technical Courses

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 6th, 4th, 2nd Sem

22 Jan. 2018

2

Commencement of classes (Attendance Compulsory) 6th, 4th, 2nd Sem

23 Jan. 2018

3

MSA-1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

07 Feb. 2018

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-1) After (Unit 2)

27 Feb. 2018

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 March 2018

6

MSA-2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

22 March 2018

7

MST-2, (Test) (Unit 4)

19-21 April 2018

8

Display of MST-2 Result & Attendance

20 April to 15 May 2018

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

24 April 2018

10

Minor (All Units)

21-25 May 2018

11

Display of Result of Minor

16-23 May 2018

12

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

28 May 2018

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Semester Final Examination Theory & Practical

30 May to 25 June 2018

15

Semester Vacation

26 June to 10 July 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

11 July 2018

All the two MST's (MST-1 & MST-2) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA's will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

  1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Callander of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 Jan. 2018.
  2. Deans/department will notify separately about Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans & SAC by 10 Jan. 2018.
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