Department of Commerce

Overview

The department of Commerce was established in 1977. This department is the largest department of the College.It places high value on providing its students with academic excellence, professional knowledge and practical skills globally suited for industry, business and service sector. The Commerce department organizes a number of extra- curricular activities including inter-college and inter-department events. The Department provides a stimulating environment for the holistic development of its students and envisions students to become leading professionals by continuously grooming them in corporate etiquette, campus to corporate transition, communication skills, and interview skills by special lectures and talks by eminent personalities.It regularly organizes interactive sessionswith prominent industry personalities and field trips to groom students and keep them updated with the changing industry trends.

Commerce Society

The Commerce Society “INVICTUS” organizes a number of curricular and extra- curricular activities and workshops like Group Discussion, Quiz Contest, AD-MIC ,Corporate Conclave etc ,aimed at overall personality development of the students. This year the Commerce Society “INVICTUS” reached a new milestone in the timeline of the college, in the form of its first Academic Cultural Commerce fest “COMVICTUS”. The Department provides opportunities for students to realize their full potential and thus shape them into future leaders, entrepreneurs and above all good human beings by continuously grooming them in corporate etiquettes, campus to corporate transition, communication skills, interview skills etc.

E- Newsletter

“E-Converse” is the E-Newsletter of the Commerce Department of Mata Sundri College for Women.which showcases the literary and creative skills of the students and carries articles by students and faculty.

Courses

  • B.Com. (Honours)
  • B.Com. (Programme)
  • Interdisciplinary papers in B.A. (Prog)

Important Links

Attendance Rules

In commerce the students are required to attend not less than 67% of the lectures, theory and practicum courses, separately during each semester in order to enable them to appear for university examinations.

Assessment Scheme

A continuous process of internal assessment takes place during each semester that includes theory as well as practicum courses. The assessing procedures usually include written assignments, projects, house exam and presentations. Final examinations are held in the month of November and May.

It is mandatory for a student to secure minimum 40% marks in each theory paper during final examinations, 40% in the internal assessment, 40% in all Practicum courses taken together and 40% in the aggregate for each semester, to pass the examination.