Research and Post Graduate Department of Commerce
National Seminar on Agri-Innovations and Agripreneurship
|UG Programmes||No.of semesters||Total seats
|* Bachelor of Commerce, B.Com (Aided)||6||60
|* Bachelor of Commerce, B.Com (Self Financing)||6||50
|* Bachelor of Commerce, B.Com (Self Financing)||6||50
|* BCom students have the option to choose either Finance & Taxation or Co-operation at the end of the second semester.
||Research and PG Programmes||No.of semesters||Total seats
|Master of Commerce - Finance, MCom (Aided)||4||15
|Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Commerce||-||-
Department of Commerce started functioning on 11 August 1995 with one teacher and 52 students. Consistent with the Marian vision, Department of Commerce is pursuing excellence in education by imbibing the spirit of College motto ‘Inform, Form and Transform’. The programme focuses on strong foundation in theory and practice to make each student well fit for employment and higher studies.
Eligibility for B.Com Admission
Procedure for B.Com Admission
- Admission to the B.Com Degree Programmes shall be open only to candidates who have passed the Plus Two or equivalent examination recognized by this University with Book-Keeping and Accountancy and any two of the following subjects, viz., (1) Commerce (2) Commercial Correspondence and Commercial Geography (3) Economics (4) Life Insurance with Salesmanship (5) Banking with Secretarial Practice (6) Business Studies (7) Mathematics (8) Computer Science/ Computer applications (9) Informatics Practice& Management , (10) Informatics Practice , (11) Management, (12) Accountancy as optional under Part III of the Examination.
- Have passed Plus Two or equivalent examination recognized by this University with other subjects under Part III optional subjects provided they have secured 45% of the aggregate marks.
Eligibility for M.Com Admission
- Marks obtained in Part III Optional at +2/equivalent exam less handicap marks plus a weightage of 50 marks in each of the three subjects of Commerce combination subject to a maximum of 150 marks plus bonus marks if any. The optional subjects concerned under Part III will be Commerce, Commercial Correspondence and Commercial Geography, Accountancy, Book-Keeping and Accountancy, Economics, Life Insurance and Salesmanship, Banking with Secretarial Practice, Business Studies, Mathematics, Computer Science/Computer Application, and Informatics.
Procedure for M.Com Admission
- Graduation in Commerce /BBA/BBM with not less than CGPA of 1.80 out of 4 in the Core Group (Core + Complementary + Open Courses).
- Graduation in Commerce /BBA/BBM with not less than CCPA of 4.5 out of 10 in the Core Group (Core + Complementary + Open Courses).
- Graduation in Commerce /BBA/BBM with not less than 45% marks in the Part III (Main/Core + subsidiaries/Complementaries.
|CBCSS Pattern||Pre CBCSS Pattern|
|For Graduates who have passed B Com Model I Programme|
|CGPA secured for Core Course * total credit of core course + CGPA (complenmentary course) * total credit of complementary course/ (total credit for core course + total credit for complementary course)
(A) A* 25 = percentage of marks
(B) B * 10= marks out of 1000
(C) Index mark = C + weightage + bonus marks – handicap marks, if any
||Marks secured for part III Main papers is converted into 1000. Index mark is calculated after adding/deducting weightage/bonus/handicap marks if any
|For Graduates who have passed B Com Model II/ Model III/ BBA/ BBM||CGPA secured for part III core courses is converted into percentage marks by multiplying the same by 25. The percentage of marks thus obtained is converted into marks out of 1000 by multiplying the same by 10.
||In the case of candidates who have passed B Com Model II, marks secured for Part III Core papers is converted into 1000. In the case of students who have passed BBA total marks obtained excluding the marks of English, Social Project, Management Project, Viva shall be converted to 1000 and in the case of candidates who have passed BBM total marks obtained excluding the marks of English, Industrial Training and Project report and Comprehensive Viva-Voce shall be converted to 1000. Index mark is calculated after adding/deducting weightage/bonus/handicap marks, if any.
- Only online applications will be accepted. Application fee should be remitted online.
- Students who have already submitted the enquiry form must also fill the online application.
- Application fee is Rs 400/- (Rs 200/- for SC/ST candidates).
- Single application is sufficient for all UG programmes.
- Single application is sufficient for any 3 PG programmes.
- Application fee once remitted shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
- Admission to management seats will be made by the Management. Interested students can apply. Rs 500 extra.
- Candidates applying under management/community quota have to download an additional form after registration. The form has to be filled and submitted to the college office.
- Age proof (10th Matriculation Certificate), Proof of eligibility certificates for bonus marks must be uploaded.
- Candidates awaiting results of the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply. However, admission process can be completed only after the submission of result of the qualifying examination.
- UGC Sponsored Add-on programmes
- CA – CPT, IPCC Coaching (Pass Percentage higher than All India Average)
- Social sensitization programmes like outreaches, NCC, NSS, house for the needy, reaching out to village schools with study materials
- Student motivation by recognizing meritorious achievement
- Organizing Research Methodology and SPSS Workshops every year
- Blend of experienced (7 have two decades of experience) and young faculty members
- Students from various strata including religious and linguistic minorities, SC/ST and abroad
- ICT enabled teaching learning
- Class room lectures, Case Studies, Group Discussions & Peer learning, Seminars, Quizzes and Presentations.
- Group Projects, Innovative assignments like online stock market transactions, entrepreneurship fab malls etc.
- Industry interaction through Industrial Visits, Seminars by Experts from industry.
- Startups, Incubation to enhance entrepreneurial and managerial traits.
- Academic excellence through semester wise result analysis, remedial classes and bridge courses
- Walk and Talk: An informal two way interactive activity for gaining creative feedback on student understanding
- Outreach programmes/ Extension programmes
- Continuous skill enhancement initiatives for students in academic and non-academic pursuits.
- Students support in the form of scholarships, counselling, group mentoring etc.
- Coaching for competitive exams
- University Pass Percentage consistently above 90 percent.
- M.Com – 100 percent Placement consecutively for two years; B.Com – more than 80 students placed in well-reputed banking, financial, consultancy institutions (last four years).
- Alumnus – as CEO’s, civil servants, managers, assistant managers, finance managers, assistant professors, researchers, entrepreneurs and other top positions.
- Overall championship in various inter-collegiate fests conducted by institutions within the State.
Sports Achievements in University, District and State Level for Basketball, Badminton and Net Ball.
- Qualification - Ph.Ds (7), M.Phil (5), B.Ed (2) MBA (2)
- Number of books authored by faculty – 10 books
- Ph.D research guides – 3
- Research publications for last six years – 69, and Peer reviewers of research journals
- Three Minor and two Major Research Projects of UGC – Rs. 12,45,000/- & ICSSR grant Rs. 50,000
- Expertise of faculty – Question paper setters, PSC Interview Board member, Subject experts, programme inspection committee members, Exam Vigilance squad members, Expert Committee member of Kerala State Co-operative Recruitment Board.
- Trainers in data analysis for research projects, Tax consultants, Soft skill.
- Life members of Indian Commerce Association, Commerce Association of Kerala, ISTD, TCI
| Commerce PhD Scholars Details|
|Sl. No. ||Name ||Enrolled Date ||Topic ||Supervisor|
|1 ||Asha A G ||08-01-2010 ||Problems and prospects of rural enterprises in Ernakulam district ||Dr Thomas K V|
|2 ||Manju C Mohan ||18-03-2013 ||Gulf returned entrepreneurs of Kerala - problems and prospects ||Dr Thomas K V|
|3 ||Indu K R ||04-06-2012 ||Consumer perception towards fast food in Kerala ||Dr Thomas K V|
|4 ||Jithina K K ||31-12-2013 ||A study on green entrepreneurship in Kerala ||Dr Thomas K V|
|5 ||Anju Rose Baby ||18-02-2017 ||Predictors of success in the Chartered Accountancy course of ICAI ||Dr Jojo K Joseph|
|6 ||Boby Thomas ||18-02-2017 ||A study on the pricing dynamics in the Indian airline market ||Dr Jojo K Joseph|
|7 ||Jose Antony ||18-02-2017 ||A study on the effectiveness of financial inclusion initiatives with special reference to small farmers and plantation workers of Kerala ||Dr Jojo K Joseph|
|8 ||Rani Jacob ||18-02-2017 ||A study on indirect tax reforms on MSMEs with special reference to Goods and Service Tax (GST) in Kerala ||Dr Jojo K Joseph|
|9 ||Jobin Sahadevan ||18-02-2017 ||An empirical analysis of the antecedents of patients loyalty in the healthcare sector of Kerala ||Dr. Ajimon George|
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|Dr Chackochan J Njavallil, Programme Head, PG Department of Commerce (Aided)|
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