M.Com Department was established in the year 2013 with total intake of 30 students 15 from university quota and 15 from management quota. The M. Com. Course offers an opportunity for graduates to acquire theoretical as well as practical inputs in commerce. A Master's graduate in commerce has the advantage of entering a career either in academics, research or alternatively in other professional areas of commerce and finance such as taxation, consultancy and financial services.
On the successful completion of the M.Com. Course students will acquire strong subject-matter expertise in finance, financial instruments and markets. They will also develop advanced theoretical knowledge and research capabilities in their preparation for academic and research focused careers.
Admission to the course will be purely based on merit. An oral interview will be conducted for selecting students to management quota.
Programs offered: M.Com. (General)
Program Specific Outcome (PSO)
• PSO refers to subject related outcome.
• 4 to 5 PSO for each subject and for the attainment of PSO individual subject wise
• This refers to chapter /unit wise outcomes.
• One or Two outcomes is a must for each chapter.
BUINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PROGRAM SPECIFIC
1.To know the managerial values and attitudes within an organization.
2.To analyse the importance of ethical value in real life and in business.
3.To study ethical theories and corporate financial responsibilities.
4.Summarise ethical financial practices and identify the issues relating to computer
5.to familiarize the students with changing expectations of human resources in an
COURSE OUTCOMES Chapter 1
1.To understand the importance of ethics in business.
2.To familiarize with code of ethics.
1.To fulfil corporate social responsibility.
2.To study religion and ethics.
1.To evaluate ethical and unethical dilemmas in marketing.
2.To identify corporate firms.
1.To understand the importance of corporate governance.
2.To update changes I corporate governance as per the Companies Act 2013
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
1.The program focuses on the active involvement of the student in the learning process and
effective application of human resource management.
2.The student develops skills such as presenting, interviewing for selection, assessing of
competencies, working together with a common goal in mind (team work inclusive of dealing
with conflict situations, etc)
3.The aim of this paper is to test whether basic need satisfaction mediates the relationship
between human resource practices and human resource management outcomes.
4.To know the safety and health measures of the employees in the organization.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COURSE OUTCOMES Chapter 1
1. To know the nature and scope of human resource management.
2. To identify the challenges faced by human resource management.
1. To familiarize recruitment and selection procedures.
2. To ensure training and development in the organization.
1.To analyse the reasons for accidents of employees in an organization.
2.To analyse the need for safety of employees in an organization.
1.To summarise the audit of corporate strategy in human resource audit.
2.To study the ethical issues in human resource management.
ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
1. To understand the objectives and scope of financial management and the role of financial
2. It focuses on the learning and mastering methods to maximise firm value.
3.It would enable the students to describe the general structure of various financial markets
after knowing advanced financial management.
4. It helps in identifying the situation of the company, whether it is black or red.
5. It impacts critical thinking for problem solving competencies, at both individual and group
ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COURSE OUTCOMES Chapter 1
1. To understand the latest developments in financial markets.
2. To solve financial cases.
3. To understand the different perspectives on finances.
1.It evaluates the investment opportunities, including the use of NPV analysis and budgeting.
2.It identifies and measures relevant costs when making business decisions.
1.It identifies the different risk that must be accounted for in the capital budgeting process.
2.To determine whether an organization’s long term investment is worth pursuing.
1. The valuation methods used for corporate restructuring transactions.
2.Provied economical, financial and strategic reasons for corporate restructuring.
1.Analyse and price diverse product and generate an optimal risk management strategy.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of pricing forwards, futures and option contracts.
Head Of The Dept
M.Com, M.Phil, B.Ed, Ph.D
Ms.Prabha Susy Matthew
Dr.Sundara Murthy Reddy
The Department organizes for various outreach programmes in order to sensitise the students to meet the needs of the underprivileged.
This enables students to have an exposure towards the less priviliged in the society. It also helps our students to understand Corporate
1. Organised Industrial Visit to Karanataka Millk Federation
2. Organised Industrial Visit to Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Ltd
3. Organised Industrial Visit VST Tillers and Tractors.
4. Organised Industrial Visit to MP Kitchenette
The field visit is organized so that students are able to bridge the gap between theory to Practical.
It also gives them a practical exposure to gain a deeper understanding about various concepts.