Department of Commerce and Financial Studies

Programmes

The Department offers the programmes namely Doctor of Philosophy ( Ph. D.) in Commerce / Management, Master of Philosophy ( M. Phil.) in Management, and Master of Business Administration - M.B.A (Financial Management) which is designed to groom the budding young minds for executive positions in the area of Finance.

Programme Features

Classroom Sessions: The faculties of our Department provide regular classroom instruction, which help the students to learn the subjects effectively.

Curriculum: Students are exposed to the latest body of knowledge through the contemporary, market-oriented curriculum of our Department.

Projects: Students are encouraged to take up projects on contemporary topics in the area of finance as a part of their independent study. The faculty members provide necessary guidance and direction for their successful completion of the Project.

Continuous Evaluation: The students performance is evaluated through a continuous assessment process, and the appropriate feedback is provided, throughout the period of study. Students are evaluated on the basis of tests, home assignments, case analyses, seminars, projects, etc.

Computing Facilities: The students are provided with the latest hardware and software infrastructure to cater to all the computing needs for their academic purpose. Internet connections available at every campus assist the students in their search for knowledge over the World Wide Web.

  • Doctor of Philosophy - (Ph.D.) in Management and Commerce

    The Department offers Ph.D programme in both Commerce and Management under full time stream from the year 2002-03 onwards. The key objective of the Doctoral program is to develop researchers and scholars in the discipline of Commerce and Management and to foster and stimulate academic and research work in Commerce / Management. The program equips candidates with the required scholarship and research methodology to carry out research in various domains of finance and also imparts training in contemporary techniques of teaching functional and integrative subjects in the area of Commerce and Management. Their main areas of research are Risk and Return, Mergers in India, Mutual fund, Occupational stress and Day of the Week Effect in Stock Market.

  •  Master of Philosophy in Management- M.Phil - (Financial Management)

    The Department offers M.Phil (Management) from the academic year 2008-09. The one-year M.Phil Management course is designed to enable students to acquire the research capabilities that will help them acquire in-depth knowledge in the area of Management. The programme lays the foundation for conceptual and analytical reasoning and gives the scholars research insight into the dynamics of the business environment. The course design is oriented towards the current and emerging research issues in management.

  •  Master of Business Administration - M.B.A (Financial Management)

    Having realized the challenging opportunities in the areas of risk management, insurance, banking, mutual funds, merchant banking, corporate finance, security analysis and portfolio management and so on, our Department offers an innovative and interdisciplinary, two year postgraduate programme, MBA (Financial Management) under CBCS to take up these challenging opportunities. This programme has been well received by students. The aim of MBA (Financial Management) degree is to focus financial management. Multiple paths have been embedded in the design of the curriculum. The highlight of the syllabus is to make the learners gain practical knowledge through projects, educational tours, organizing events and other innovative teaching methods. The courses are designed to suit the R & D program. The students are given strong insights into both theoretical and practical aspects of individual courses. Short term research programmes at the end of every year are also undertaken.

    Admission Criteria : Entrance Examination (M.B.A-Financial Management)

    The admission into the M.B.A (Financial Management) course is based on the eligibility degree and entrance examination. The question paper will comprise of Objective Type Questions All the 50 questions carry two marks each. Questions will cover the commerce and allied subjects, Quantitative techniques, General English and General Knowledge.