Ph. D in Commerce

Research and Post Graduate Department Commerce

Research Guides

Dr Chackochan J

Dr Ajimon George

Dr Thomas K.V

The Department of Commerce started her voyage on 11 August 1995 with one teacher and 52 students. At present the department offers B Com, M Com, and PhD and has about 570 students. Consistent with the Marian vision, the Department of Commerce is pursuing excellence in education by providing a strong foundation in theory and practice to make each student well fit for employment and higher studies. The syllabus of B Com programme is internationally accredited by Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), UK and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) as equivalent to their B Com Business Process Services. The class room sessions and additional training imparted with industry/accounting professionals help the students to acquire the much needed knowledge and practical skills expected from a commerce graduate.

Marian Ph. D in Commerce is a doctorate programme with a duration of minimum 3 years. Doctoral candidates are expected to complete a course work within a period of one year. They are expected to publish a minimum of 3 research papers in Web of Science/Scopus/UGC CARE listed journals in order to qualify for the submission of final thesis.

Currently the Research and PostGraduate department of Commerce have 18 aided seats