Commerce

Department of Commerce Welcomes You

The Department of Commerce was set-up in the year 1988, with the moderate strength of 52 students. At first commerce was introduced to P.U. classes. There was a long-standing demand for degree course in commerce, the students had to go to Ilkal, Bagalkot and Dharwad to pursue B.Com. course. To overcome this inconvenience, the benevolent management took initiation and started B.Com. course in the year 1991, with a moderate strength of 8 students. V. A. Jalihal joined the department at that time lecturer and head. Shri. N. H. Mudagal joined as a faculty member and served the department. Smt. G. B. Dadmi, Miss. C. T. Kandagal and Shri. R. P. Mahendrakar served the department in the past.

VISION

To be an institute of academic excellence with total commitment to quality education in Commerce and related fields, with a holistic concern for better life, environment and

GOALS & OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT

  • To provide our students with requisite knowledge and managerial skills for appropriate development of learners.
  • To enable every student to cope up with the latest development in contemporary national and global level, through effective transaction of the curricular and co-curricular
  • To provide quality education of commerce to the

Sl. No.

Name

Qualification

Service

01

B. A. Kanthi

M.Com.

21 Years

02

S. S. Patil

M.Com.

12 Years

03

B. S. Hosamani

MCA

10 Years

04

S. S. Bommasagar

M.Com.

01 Years

05

Smt. S. B. Amalikoppa

M.Sc. (Statistics)

19 Years

06

F. M. Ramawadagi

M.A. (Economics)

08 Years

Sl. No.

Name

01

Shri. N. H. Mudagal

02

Smt. G. B. Dadmi

03

Shri. R. P. Mahendrakar

04

Shri. B. A. Kanthi

 

Department of Commerce

Programme Outcomes

Develops management skills.

Develops entrepreneurial ability

 

 

Develops numerical ability.

Well familiar with business regulatory framework

Having basic knowledge of important business laws and basic principles of economics.

Develops basic computer skills, programming skills and accounting information system with Tally.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programme Specific Outcomes

To build strong foundation of knowledge of commerce in different areas.

To develop the skills of various technical uses in commerce.

To develop an attitude of strong morale in staff competition.

To promote students about entrepreneurial development.

To develop a strong platform of commerce activities.

To develop quality leadership in financial area.

Students will be able to demonstrate progressive learning of various tax issues and tax forms related to individuals, students will be able to demonstrate knowledge in setting up a computerized set of accounting books.

Students will demonstrate progressive affective domain development of values, the role of accounting in society and business.

Students will learn relevant managerial accounting career skills applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business.

Learners will be able to do higher education (e.g. M.Com., C.A., ICWA) and advance research in the field of commerce & finance.

Course Outcomes

Course

Outcomes

Financial Accounting

To provide basic knowledge about the accounting principles and procedures.

Secretarial Practice

To enlighten the students’ knowledge on companies act and secretarial practices.

Business Economics

To understand how the business organizations work by applying economic principles in their business.

Business Environment

To provide the basic knowledge on the meaning conveyed by the word ‘Business’, understand the various forms of business and impact of various aspects on business environment.

Marketing Management

Enable the student to understand the principles of marketing management, market segmentation Product Life Cycle, pricing, branding, etc.

Accounting Theory

To familiarize students with various theories of accounting.

Retail Management

To familiarize students with the decision involved in running a retail firm and the concepts and principles for making those decisions.

Banking Law and Practice

To enlighten the students’ knowledge on Banking Regulation Acts. After the successful completion of the course the student should have

 

a thorough knowledge on Indian Banking system and Acts pertaining to it.

 

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