D.K.M College For Women

( AUTONOMOUS )

Vellore - 1

Affiliated To Thiruvalluvar University

NAAC REACCREDITED

Admission Help Line Numbers

Aided - 9488600147 / 9688510584
Unaided - 9489537911 / 9443341270

Department of Commerce / வர்த்தகம்

Department of Commerce

Year of Establishment
B.Com Aided : 1976
B.Com Unaided : 1997
M.Com : 2009(PT) 2014(FT)
B.Com C.A : 2015
M.Phil : 2007
Ph.D : 2013
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
B.COM (COMMERCE)
Programme Objective
  1. The programme aims to enhance the knowledge of the students regarding accounts, human resource management, finance, marketing, auditing and income-tax.
  2. The programme aims to encourage the students to acquire the knowledge and skills to become an entrepreneur. This program provides the Industries, Banking Sectors, Insurance Companies, Financing companies, Transport Agencies, Warehousing etc., to absorb well trained professionals to meet the requirements in the job market.
  3. The programme aims to enrich the students knowledge and skill in the practical application TALLY and GST
  4. The programme aims to make the students expertise in the knowledge of different specializations in Accounting, costing, banking and finance with the practical exposure through field visits, survey study which will help the students to stand in the ICT based technology and E-Commerce industry.
  5. The programme aims to nurture the students in intellectual, personal, interpersonal and social skills with a focus on Holistic Education and development to make informed and ethical decisions and equips graduates with the skills required to lead management position.
Programme Educational Objectives

After the completion of the course,

  1. The Graduates will be able to accomplish professional standards in the global environment. Graduates will be able to uphold integrity and human values and be able to appreciate and promote pluralism and multiculturalism in working environment.
  2. Discuss the basic concepts and recent trends in Accounting, Auditing, Taxation, Finance and HRM  and the other disciplines of Commerce.
  3. Analyze financial statements to interpret organizational financial and management efficiency and apply critical thinking skills by identifying and analyzing accounting issues using the relevant accounting framework. Analyze, interpret and apply concepts of Financial, Cost and Management Accounting and evaluate ethical problems that occur at all levels of business decision making
  4. Execute the best practices of Accounting, taxation and Auditing and Work effectively and professionally in teams.
  5. Exhibit the knowledge of entrepreneurial qualities and explore entrepreneurial opportunities.
Programme Outcomes
  1. Describe and demonstrate the concepts relating to business, accounting, finance, economics, management, law and taxation through the use of ICT tools.
  2. Apply and integrate finance & accounting skills, entrepreneurship & managerial skills, analytical skills leadership skills, investment skills, computing skills and digital skills for real time problem solving.
  3. Analyse, Interpret and present comprehensive business, financial and accounting reports, individually and in teams.
  4. Compare and contrast the conventional and contemporary business trends to develop innovative business models in sync with ethics and social responsibility.
  5. Assess ethical values to appreciate and promote social harmony and environmental sustainability through holistic skills obtained
  6. Enables learners to prove themselves in different Professional examinations like CA, CS, CAT, GRE, CMA, MPSC, UPSC etc.
  7. Enables learners to demonstrate Progressive learning of various tax issues and tax forms related to individuals and businessmen and setting up their own business start-up.
  8. Learners will gain thorough systematic and subject skills within various disciplines of commerce, business, accounting, economics, finance, auditing and marketing.
  9. Learners will learn relevant financial accounting career skills, applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business. Leaner’s will acquire the skills like effective communication, decision making, problem solving in day-to-day business affairs
  10. Learners will involve in various co-curricular activities to demonstrate relevancy of foundational and theoretical knowledge of their academic major and to gain practical exposure and Learners will be able to do higher education and advance research in the field of commerce and finance.

B.COM [GENERAL] CBCS PATTERN

THE COURSE OF STUDY AND THE SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
SEMESTER I
S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 I Language –I 6 4 Tamil –I /other language View
2 II English –I 6 4 English -I View
3 III Core Paper –I 6 4 Financial Accounting -I View
4 III Core Paper –II 4 4 Business Organization View
5 III Allied Paper –I 6 5 Indian Economy -I View
6 IV EVS 2 2 EVS View
SEMESTER II
S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 I Language –II 6 4 Tamil –II /other language View
2 II English –II 4 4 English -II View
3 III Core Paper –III 6 4 Financial Accounting -II View
4 III Core Paper –IV 4 4 Business Communication View
5 III Allied Paper –II 6 5 Indian Economy -II View
6 IV Value Education 2 2 Value Education View
7 IV Soft Skill 2 1 Soft Skills View
SEMESTER III
S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 I Core Paper –V 6 4 Corporate Accounting View
2 II Core Paper –VI 5 4 Legal Aspects of Business View
3 III Core Paper –VII 4 4 Modern Banking View
4 III Core Paper –VIII 5 4 Business Statistics and Operation Research-I View
5 III Allied Paper –III 6 5 Business Economics -I View
6 IV Skill Based Subject –I 2 2 Business Ethics View
7 IV Non Major –I 2 2 Advertising View

SEMESTER IV

S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 III Core Paper –IX 6 4 Advanced Corporate Accounting View
2 III Core Paper –X 5 4 Business Management View
3 III Core Paper –XI 4 3 Company Law View
4 III Core Paper –XII 5 4 Business Statistics and Operation Research- II View
5 III Allied Paper –IV 6 5 Business Economics -II View
6 IV Skill Based Subject –II 2 2 Consumerism (With Practical) View
7 IV Non Major –II 2 2 Salesmanship View
SEMESTER V
S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 III Core Paper – XIII 6 4 Cost accounting - I View
2 III Core Paper – XIV 5 4 Entrepreneurial Development View
3 III Core Paper –XV 6 4 Management Accounting View
4 III Elective –I 6 4 (To choose one out of 2) 1. Income Tax law and practice –I View
2.  Logistics and Supply Chain Management View
5 III Elective –II 5 3 (To choose one out of 2) 1. Modern Marketing View
2. Elements of Insurance View
6 IV Skill Based Subject –III 2 2 Human Resource Management View
SEMESTER VI
S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 III Core paper – XVI 6 4 Cost accounting - II View
2 III Core paper – XVII 6 4 Financial Management View
3 III Core paper – XVIII 5 3 Practical Auditing View
4 III Elective –III 6 4 (To choose one out of 2) 1. Income Tax law and practice –II View
2. E-Commerce View
5 III Elective –IV 5 3 (To choose one out of 2) 1.  Functional Tally View
2. Business Environment View
6 IV Skill Based Subject –IV 2 2 Goods and Services Tax(GST) View
7 Extension Activities - 3 Extension Activities
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE WITH COMPUTER APPLICATIONS – B.COM(CA)
Programme Objectives
  1. The programme aims to enhance the knowledge of the students regarding accounts, human resource management, marketing, legal aspects of business, statistics, computer and income-tax.
  2. The programme aims to encourage the students to acquire the knowledge and skills to become an entrepreneur. This program provides the Industries, Banking Sectors, Insurance Companies, Financing companies, Transport Agencies, Warehousing etc., to absorb well trained professionals to meet the requirements in the job market.
  3. The programme aims to enrich the student’s knowledge and skill in the practical application of Internet and office automation lab, RDBMS, java programming and web technology.
  4. The programme aims to develop the personality so as to become a responsible citizen with greater awareness about the Indian society.
  5. The programme aim to train the students in the application of computers in various business operations.

Programme Educational Objectives

After the completion of the course,
  1. The Graduates will be able to impart basic skills and aptitude which will be useful in develop Entrepreneurship.
  2. Discuss the basic concepts and recent trends in Accounting, Auditing, Taxation, Finance, DBMS, java programming, web technology and HRM and the other disciplines of Commerce with Computer Application.
  3. Analyze financial statements to interpret organizational financial and management efficiency and apply critical thinking skills by identifying and analyzing accounting issue using the relevant accounting framework. Analyze, interpret and apply concepts of Financial, Cost and Management Accounting and evaluate ethical problems that occur at all levels of business decision making
  4. Execute the best practices of Accounting, taxation, java programming, web technology with Work effectively and professionally in teams.
  5. Exhibit the contemporary knowledge of business through information.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  1. Explain and reveal the concepts relating to business, accounting, finance, economics, management, DBMS, java programming, web technology, Income Tax law and taxation through the use of ICT tools.
  2. Apply and integrate finance & accounting skills, entrepreneurship & managerial skills, analytical skills leadership skills, investment skills, computing skills and digital skills for real time problem solving.
  3. Analyse, Interpret and present comprehensive business, financial and accounting reports, individually and in teams.
  4. Compare and contrast the conventional and contemporary business trends to develop innovative business models in sync with ethics and social responsibility.
  5. To impart value based and job oriented education which ensures that the students are trained into up to date.
  6. Enables learners to prove themselves in different Professional examinations like CA, CS, CAT, GRE, CMA, MPSC, UPSC, etc.
  7. Enables learners to reveal Progressive learning of various tax issues and tax forms related to individuals and businessmen and setting up their own business start-up.
  8. Learner will gain thorough systematic and subject skills within various disciplines of commerce, business, accounting, economics, finance, auditing and marketing.
  9. Learners will learn relevant financial accounting career skills, applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business.
  10. Learners will involve in various co-curricular activities to expose relevancy of foundational and theoretical knowledge of their academic major and to gain practical exposure and Learners will be able to do higher education and advance research in the field of commerce with computer applications.

SEMESTER-I

S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 I Language –I 6 4 Tamil –I /other language View
2 II English –I 6 4 English -I View
3 III Core Paper -I 5 4 Financial Accounting -I View
4 III Core Paper –II 5 4 Basics of Information Technology View
5 III Allied - I 6 5 Indian Economy- I View
6 IV EVS 2 2 EVS View

SEMESTER-II

S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 I Language –II 6 4 Tamil –II /other language View
2 II English –II 4 4 English -II View
3 III Core Paper –III 5 4 Financial Accounting -II View
4 III Core Paper-IV 5 4 Internet and  its Applications View
5 III Allied Paper –II 6 5 Indian Economy -II View
6 IV Value Education 2 2 Value Education View
7 IV Soft Skill 2 1 Soft Skills View

SEMESTER-III

S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 I Core Paper –V 6 5 Corporate Accounting View
2 II Core Paper –VI 6 4 Legal Aspects of Business View
3 III Core Paper –VII 5 4 Modern Banking View
4 III Core Practical 3 3 Internet and Office Automation Lab View
5 III Allied Paper –III 6 5 Business Statistics  and Operation Research – I View
6 IV Skill Based Subject –I 2 2 Entrepreneurial Development -View
7 IV Non Major –I 2 2 Elements of Accountancy -View

SEMESTER-IV

S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 III Core Paper –VIII 6 5 Advanced Corporate Accounting View
2 III Core Paper –IX 6 4 Business Management View
3 III Core Paper –X 5 4 Data Base Management System View
4 III Core Practical 3 3 RDBMS lab View
5 III Allied Paper –IV 6 5 Business Statistics  and Operation Research - II View
6 IV Skill Based Subject –II 2 2 Business Communication(with practical using language lab) View
7 IV Non Major –II 2 2 Fundamentals of Commerce -View

SEMESTER-V

S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 III Core Paper – XI 6 4 Cost Accounting - I View
3 III Core Paper –XII 6 4 Management Accounting View
4 III Core Paper –XIII 5 4 Multi Media View
5 III Elective –I 5 3 (To choose one out of 2) 1. Income Tax Law and Practice –I     View
2. Logistics and Supply Chain Management View
III Elective-II 5 3 (To choose one out of 2) 1. Modern Marketing View
2. Elements of Insurance View
6 IV Skill Based Subject –III 3 2 Human Resource Management -View

SEMESTER-VI

S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
1 III Core paper – XIV 6 5 Cost Accounting - II View
2 III Core paper – XV 6 4 Programming in Java View
3 III Core practical 3 3 Java Programming  and Web Technology View
4 III Elective –III 6 3 (To choose one out of 2) 1. Income Tax Law and Practice-II View
2. E-Commerce View
5 III Elective –IV 6 3 Choose any 1 from the options: (a)Web Technology View
(b) Operating System View
(c) Object Oriented Analysis and Design View
6 IV Skill Based Subject –IV 3 2 Goods and Services Tax View
7 V Extension Activities - 3 Extension Activities
MASTER OF COMMERCE – M.COM 
Programme Objectives
  1. Impart Knowledge on commerce, Accountancy, Economics and Corporate Laws.
  2. Provide expertise knowledge on Commercial Terms.
  3. To make the students to overcome the difficulties.
  4. Providing Scope for employability.
  5. To Make the Students to compete with the present condition.
Programme Educational Objectives
  1. Get wide managerial capability with modern techniques and strategies.
  2. Providing quality education in commerce at a superior level.
  3. Preparing students to pursue higher education as well as in research work.
  4. Make the students to face recent and contemporary trends in commerce.
  5. Present the students as civilized and well adoptive in the society.

Programme Outcome

  1. Enhance knowledge in different fields of commerce.
  2. Providing business skills and the techniques to mange banking and marketing and insurance.
  3. Develop decision making skills through financial analysis, cost and management technique.
  4. Make them proficient in competitive exams like UGC NET, SET, SSC and RRB.
  5. Provide awareness on application oriented research in business studies.
MASTER OF COMMERCE – M.COM (With effect from 2019-2020)
S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
SEMESTER-I
1 Main Paper I 6 5 Advanced Financial Management View
2 Main Paper II 6 5 Managerial Economics View
3 Main Paper III 6 4 Marketing Management View
4 Main Paper IV 6 4 Advanced Business Statistics View
5 Elective I Paper I 6 3 (To Choose one out of 2) 1.Dynamics of Banking View
2. Strategic Management View
SEMESTER-II  
S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
6 Main Paper V    6 5 Human Resource Management View
7 Main Paper VI 5 5 International Economics View
8 Main Paper VII 5 4 Advanced Accounting View
9 Main Paper VIII 6 4 Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions View
10 Elective II Paper II 6 3 (To Choose one out of 2) 1. Insurance and Risk Management View
2. Total Quality Management View
11 Compulsory Paper 2 2 Human Rights View
         
SEMESTER-III
S.No Part Course title Ins. Hrs./week Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
12 Main Paper IX 6 5 GST – Goods and Services Tax View
13 Main Paper X 6 5 Organizational Behavior View
14 Main Paper XI 6 5 Advanced Cost Accounting View
15 Main Paper XII 6 5 Research Methodology View
16 Elective IIII Paper IIII 6 3 (To Choose one out of 2) 1. Business Environment View
2. Sales and Advertising Management View
SEMESTER-IV
17 Main Paper XIII 6 5 Income Tax and Tax Planning View
18 Main Paper XIV 6 5 Advanced Management Accounting View
19 Main Paper XV 6 5 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management View
20 Elective IV Paper IV 6 3 (To Choose one out of 2) 1. Financial Markets View
2. Services Marketing View
21 Project with Viva Voce   6 5 -
  • Separate book bank at the Department
  • Separate library in the department
  • Separate computer with Xerox facility in the department
  • Smart class room facilities
  • Conference hall for conducting seminars/conferences/special guest lecture meetings/workshop
  • WiFi connection to access the internet 24 x 7

Aided

Name Staffcode Designation View Profiles
Dr. A.SUDARVIZHI 308COA01 Head & Assistant Professor Click Here
Dr.T.BHARATHI 308COA02 Assistant Professor Click Here
Dr. G.BHAVANI 308COA03 Assistant Professor Click Here
Dr.K.VINITHI 308COA04 Assistant Professor Click Here
Unaided
Name Staffcode Designation View Profiles
MS. D.VIJAYA NIRMALA 308COUA01 Assistant Professor & Head Click Here
Mrs.C.SUMITHA 308COUA02 Assistant Professor & Head Click Here
Mrs.S.SASIKALA 308COUA03 Assistant Professor Click Here
MS. J.JANANI 308COUA04 Assistant Professor Click Here
Ms. P. INDHUMATHI 308COUA05 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs.P.ELAVARASI 308C0UA06 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs.J.ANBAZHAGI 308COUA07 Assistant Professor Click Here
Dr V.SUDHA 308COUA08 Assistant Professor Click Here
Dr.S.GAYATHRI 308COUA09 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. A.KALAIVANI 308COUA10 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. A.ANJU PRIYA 308COUA11 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. M. MALATHI 308COUA12 Assistant Professor Click Here
Retired Staff
Name Designation View Profiles
Dr. R. Padmaja  Retired (Head & Assistant Professor) Click here
 
2021-2022
S.No. Name of the Programme (International/National/State Level)(Conference/Seminar/Workshop) Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. Awareness Program 06.07.2021 Young Investors, Awareness Programe by Bombay Stock Exchange View
2. International Webinar 08.10.2021 Construction – Executions, Challenges and Innovative Business View
3. Awareness Program 23.02.2022 Tally Prime & ERP Program View
2020 - 2021
S.No. Name and Nature of Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. Webinar 03.06.2020 Strategies to Business Owners during COVID 19 View
2. Conference 18.02.2021 Women Health, Wealth and Entrepreneurship View
3. Guest Lecture Meeting 20.02.2021 Future Trends in Advertising’ View
PG & RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (UNAIDED)  
S.No Name and Nature  of programme Date of the programme Topic/Title Report
1. Webinar 06-06-2020 ‘ETHICS IN RESEARCH’ View
2. Awareness Programme 17-02-2021 ‘AWARENESS PROGRAMME ON POSTAL SAVINGS SCHEME’ View
2019-2020
S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. Guest Lecture Program 13.08.2019 Legal Aspects of business View
2. Educational tour & Industrial Visit 3rd -6th  October 2019 Industrial visit (Sea Blue Shipyard Limited Kochin,Kerala) View
3. Food Mela 18.12.2019 Food Mela View
4. Value Added Certificate Course 21.08.2019 Accounting and Taxation View
5. Guest Lecture Program 21.01.2020 Personality Development View
6. National Conference 26.02.2020 Building skills for young entrepreneurs View
2018-2019
S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report  
1. Guest Lecture Meeting 11.07.2018 Awareness Program on Charted  Accountant View
2. Guest Lecture Meeting 26.07.2018 Career Development Program View
3. Food Mela 21.08.2018 Sales Mela View
4. Extension Activity 06.12.2018 Govt Higher Sec School –Edayanchathu View
5. Guest Lecture 20.12.2018 Human Rights View
6. National Level Workshop 28.02.2019 Creativity and  Innovation for young Entreprenuers View
2017-2018
S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report  
1. Industrial Visit 07-07-2017 SBI INTOUCH Gandhi nagar, Katpadi, VELLORE View
2. Guest Lecture 18.07.2017 Company Secretaryship View
3. Extension Activity 1.08.2017 Divine Mercy Old Age Home –VELLORE View
4. Extension Activity 1.08.2017 Appa Samy Middle School, Sankaranpalayam View
5. Guest Lecture 30.08.2017 Ethics in Advertising View
6. Food Carnival 06.09.2017 Food Carnival View
7. Educational Tour and Industrial Visit 14.10.2017 Educational Tour and Industrial Visit View
8. Guest Lecture 27.12.2017 Recent Trends in E- Banking View
9. State level Seminar 13.02.2018 Leadership Qualities, Values and Ethics View
2016-2017
S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report  
1. State Level Workshop 16.08.2016 Career Awareness Program on Company Secretary ship View
2. Food Mela 09.09.2016 Food Mela 2k16 View
3. Guest Lecture 21.12.2016 Stress Management View
4. Guest Lecture 10.02.2017 Demonetization of Currency View
5. State Level Workshop 22.03.2017 Women Entrepreneurship and Empowerment View
6. Industrial Visit 14.03.2017 Vellore co-operative sugar mill View