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School Of Commerce

School of Commerce

"Arts keeps us connected with the past, science takes us to the future, Commerce takes care of our present needs"

The aim of School of Commerce of Guru Nanak College is to develop future skilled workforce and entrepreneurs by employing world-class teaching and learning environment. The commerce courses are industry-oriented with a right amalgamation of knowledge in key areas of Commerce such as, Accounting and Finance, Taxation, Banking, Secretarial Practice, Commercial Law, Personnel Management and Marketing Management.

Department of Commerce

The Department of Commerce had its origin in the year 1972. The PG program, M. Com commenced on 1980. The Doctorate program in the Department of Commerce was introduced in the year 1994 which elevated the department as PG & Research Department of Commerce. It has been serving the students’ community for over 5 decades, by imparting quality education. The Department of Commerce, Self-financing stream was introduced in the year 1981. The departments are well equipped with 29 qualified faculties including 19 Doctorate Holders. The PG & Research Department of Commerce and Department of Commerce Self-financing stream runs COM GLITZ and ELITE, EUGENICS, PRISM, FINACC, HONORIA Associations respectively.

Corporate Secretaryship

The program was introduced in both Aided and Self-financing stream in the year 1981 with the aim of providing the curriculum which enables the students to attain Professional Corporate expertise. The course offers the hands-on experience and working knowledge of a corporate administration, handling company share transactions and more. The students have the ample opportunities to pursue professional course in company secretaryship and the students are manifested and personated as company secretaries to the complete regulatory corporate governance. The departments are equipped with 7 Qualified faculties including 3 Doctorates. The Aided and Self-financing streams runs EUGENICS and PRISM associations for their students respectively.

Accounting & Finance

The program Accounting and Finance commenced on the year 2005. The curriculum of the program is designed in such a way that, it enables the students to take up Professional courses like ICMA, ACS, CA etc. The faculty profiles consist of 9 members which includes 4 Doctorates. The department runs FINACC association for its students.

Honours

The Honours Program was established in the year 2013. The curriculum of this program helps the students take up professional courses like ICMA, ACS, CA. Internships are a compulsory part of the Academic curriculum at the end of each semester. The students are assessed for their learning and development during this internship. It helps them to apply the theoretical knowledge in practical scenarios. The department is equipped with 5 faculties which includes 3 Doctorate Holders. The Honours department runs HONORIA association for its students.

Professional Accounting

In the year 2021, Professional Accounting is been added to the commerce stream, which exclusively cater the needs of the CA aspirants. The B.Com. – Professional Accounting with the goal of empowering the students to attain advanced knowledge in subjects of Chartered Accountancy. The program curriculum is fully based on the CA Foundation and CA Intermediate program as to ensure the students not to deviate from their passion of becoming a CA.

Department Associations

The COM GLITZ, ELITE, EUGENICS, PRISM, FINACC, HONORIA are associations of various commerce streams that contributes meaningfully to the training of aspiring commerce students. Guest speakers are invited and many seminars, lectures, quiz programs, soap box sessions, inter-departmental activities are conducted and cover all aspects of the professional field of arts & commerce. It aims to attain holistic development and enrich the qualities of a scholastic commerce aspirant. It enables the students to participate and organise Intra – Department, Intra - Collegiate and Inter - Collegiate competitions. The students are moulded for the event management.

GNC Ndevour

The School of Commerce runs its own mock company GNC Endeavour in which the students are assigned various roles and responsibilities to attain business knowledge in a realistic sense. Students learn the actual set up of company with the pre - IPO stage and related aspects in running a company. Students can improve and brighten their entrepreneurial skills, inveigle negotiating skills. They excel themselves in leadership qualities, managerial adroitness. The GNC Ndevour has very articulately provides opportunities for the students. The students get the sense of involvement in the tasks of various activities conducted inside the campus, obtain work experience that might help them to find the avenues of self-employment.

Skill Development

The students are offered various skill development certificate courses with credits. The courses are namely Tally, Advanced Tally with GST, Advanced Tally with ERP, GST Practitioner, IT Practitioner etc. Students acquire the knowledge competency and gain complete exposure to the professional skills. It also enables the self – employment skills of the students.

ED Cell

The School of Commerce has an Entrepreneurial Development cell which helps in nurturing the entrepreneurial skillset of the students.

MOU's

The School of Commerce has also signed MOUs with Industries and Professional bodies and it conducts various collaborative programmes for the benefit of the students. Students are offered to carry out their internship training with the MOU signed companies. Students graduating from the School of Commerce can find themselves placed in various corporate positions globally, can pursue higher studies or can choose to become entrepreneurs and contribute to nation building.

Industrial Visit & Educational Tours

As part of the curriculum and academic skill enrichment also to impart the practical exposure of the actual working environment for the students, they are taken for the industrial visits. It helps students to gain the information regarding the functioning of the industries. Students are exposed to the experiential learning that helps in right understanding of the theory. That engages the students in active learning out of the class.

IDE

Students have given the opportunity to elect the inter departmental course from the various departments. IDE will complement the educational and career goals for the students. Students are encouraged to opt any course out of their interest to enhance their hidden skills & talents.

Placement

Our students are given pre-placement training, to accept the challenges in the industry. The placement cell totally acts as a liaison between the corporate sector and the students. The placement cell strives to groom the students for the industry by assisting them in getting varied and suitable job opportunities. The placement cell rigorously conducts the internship drive, one of the strongest initiatives to our students.

Alumni

The School of Commerce has a strong base of Alumni, who are actively involved in providing career guidance, entrepreneurial development and pre-placement training to the current students and help them to enhance and enrich their skills and knowledge to meet the industrial requirements.

Counselling

The difficulties encountered by the students, those who facing learning challenges or due to personal reasons are provided with structured assistance and expert counselling in achieving academic as well as personal success. The counselling helps them to overcome their difficulties and explore their abilities and reach their potential. The counsellor ensures that students are provided with appropriate assistance and guidance related to their academic performance matters.

Parent-Teachers Association

The PTA is to serve a bridge between parents and staff. The school of commerce actively engage in and organize regularly to ensure that the parents are well informed about the progress of their wards. The main purpose of providing a forum for the discussion of the improvement of the students and participating in activities, academic performance, mental emotional development, and insuring the full cooperation of the parents for the same.

The Team

The remarkably accomplished and proficient faculty members of the Commerce department strive to equip the students with multi-dimensional talents to face the competitive world in the future. The faculty of commerce is undoubtedly able to connect with the students and enhance the social skills, emotional intelligence also motivates and mold them, in acquiring their knowledge, skills, talents, etc. The curriculum is substantiating the global needs by empowering the students through acquainting various prescribed standards required for international trade & business.

The students entering the School of Commerce are well nurtured in every aspect. They are provided knowledge, various skillset to proceed further in their life. The students can find themselves placed via Campus Placements or they can become Entrepreneurs or they can further deepen their knowledge through the PG programs offered in the campus such as M.Com., MBA, MCA, MSW etc. The School of Commerce has a holistic approach to the quality education, strong industry connections, unique learning experience by combining theory with the practical study that goes beyond the classroom. We groom our students to the changing demands of the industry. We are committed to nurturing our students to make them Managers, Corporate Secretaries, Chartered Accountants, Entrepreneurs and Future Leaders!

Dean / Chairperson

Dr. R. Geetha
M.Com, M.Phil, B.Ed., MBA, Ph.D., SET, NET

Dean

Dr. T.K. Avvai Kothai
M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Chairperson (Board of Studies)

Vision

"To impart value-based quality academia; to equip the students with multi-dimensional talents to face the competitive world in future; to nurture the students to achieve academic excellence embracing holistic and value-based development; to enlighten students by creating multifarious opportunities to kindle their potential and emboldening them to follow their passion".

Mission

  1. To Provide a fostering and inspiring environment to enhance the potentials of the students and ensure that the curriculum helps to bridge the gap between industry and academia.
  2. To prepare students to tackle the challenges in different facets of life through Application-Oriented skill-based practical learning for moulding the students into technically sound accounts, management and taxation professionals.
  3. To deliver teaching and learning process with state of art knowledge in subjects like, accounting practices, taxation law, corporate law, human resource management, entrepreneurship and so on.
  4. To provide the student with an exposure to self-employment avenues
  5. To impart skill-based training and incubation facilities to promote entrepreneurship

Undergraduate

  • B.Com. General
  • B.Com. Corporate Secretaryship
  • B.Com. Accounting & Finance
  • B.Com. Honours
  • B.Com. Professional Accounting

Postgraduate

  • M.Com. General

B.Com. General – Shift I

Dr. T.K. Avvai Kothai

Dr. T.K. Avvai Kothai
M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Head
Dr. R. Elumalai

Dr. R. Elumalai
M.Com., M.Phil., M.B.A., M.A (Eco), M.A (J & MC)., M.A (IRPM)., M.A (Pub. Admn.)., Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Dr. R. Tamilselvi

Dr. R. Tamilselvi
M. Com., M. Phil, MBA, B.Ed., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Dr. K. Umadevi

Dr. K. Umadevi
M.Com., M.Phil., MBA., PGDHE., Ph.D., SET

Assistant Professor
Dr C P Senthil Kumar

Dr C P Senthil Kumar
M.Com.,M.Phil.,MBA.,B.Ed.,Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Dr. M.  Kavitha

Dr. M. Kavitha
M.Com., MBA., PGDCA., M.Phil., Ph.D., SET (Com.), SET (Mgmt.)

Assistant Professor
Dr. C. Revathy

Dr. C. Revathy
M.Com., M.Phil., MBA., DCPA., Ph.D., SET.

Assistant Professor
Dr. J. Mahalakshmi

Dr. J. Mahalakshmi
M.Com., M.Phil., MBA., MFM., Ph.D., SET

Assistant Professor
Dr. S. Shoba

Dr. S. Shoba
M.Com., M.Phil., NET., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Dr. R. Purushothaman

Dr. R. Purushothaman
M.Com., MBA., M.Phil., Ph.D., NET, SET

Assistant Professor
Dr. M. Ramila

Dr. M. Ramila
M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D., NET

Assistant Professor
Dr. R. Geetha

Dr. R. Geetha
M.Com., M.Phil., MBA, SET. NET, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Dr. P.S. Sridharan

Dr. P.S. Sridharan
M.Com., MBA., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Dr. Gayathri Harikumar

Dr. Gayathri Harikumar
M.Com., M.B.A., M.A., NET., Ph.D., FCMA

Assistant Professor
Dr. P. Balaji

Dr. P. Balaji
M.Com., MBA, M.Phil., Ph.D., NET, SET

Assistant Professor
Ms. K. Rajeswari

Ms. K. Rajeswari
M.Com., M.Phil., SET

Assistant Professor

B.Com. General – Shift II

Dr. S. Amirthalingam

Dr. S. Amirthalingam
M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D. SET

Assistant Professor & Head
Mr. G. Gilbert Solomon

Mr. G. Gilbert Solomon
M.Com., M.Phil., SET

Associate Professor
Dr. S. Sowdeeswari

Dr. S. Sowdeeswari
MFC., M.Phil., Ph.D., SET

Assistant Professor
Dr. R. Ganesh

Dr. R. Ganesh
M.Com., B.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D., NET (JRF)

Assistant Professor
Mr. R. Praveen

Mr. R. Praveen
M.B.A., M.Phil., NET

Assistant Professor
Mr. D. Parandhaman

Mr. D. Parandhaman
M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed., SET.

Assistant Professor
Dr. G. Prabu

Dr. G. Prabu
M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Mr. M. Shanmugavel

Mr. M. Shanmugavel
M.Com., M.Phil., MBA.

Assistant Professor
Ms. G. Kiruthika

Ms. G. Kiruthika
M.Com., NET

Assistant Professor
Mrs. C. Anu Thomas

Mrs. C. Anu Thomas
MBA., M.Phil.

Guest Lecturer
Mrs. J. Gayathri

Mrs. J. Gayathri
MBA., M.Phil., SET

Assistant Professor
Ms. B. Sowmiya

Ms. B. Sowmiya
M.Com., SET

Assistant Professor

B.Com. Corporate Secretaryship (CS) – Shift I

Dr. D. Ranjith Kumar

Dr. D. Ranjith Kumar
M.Com., Ph.D., NET

Assistant Professor & Head
Dr. P. Kavitha

Dr. P. Kavitha
M.Com., M.Phil., SET, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Dr. D. Sowmya

Dr. D. Sowmya
M.Com., CMA., CS(I)., SET(Commerce)., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Dr. Ganapathi Bala Subramanian

Dr. Ganapathi Bala Subramanian
M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Dr. G. Ponselvi

Dr. G. Ponselvi
M.Com., M.Phil., SET, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

B.Com. Corporate Secretaryship (CS) – Shift II

Dr. E. Jeevaratnam Jane

Dr. E. Jeevaratnam Jane
M.Com., M.Phil., M.Ed., SET, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor & Head
Mr. L. Paul Edison

Mr. L. Paul Edison
M.Com. M.Phil., SET

Assistant Professor
Mr. M. Sankara Narayanan

Mr. M. Sankara Narayanan
M.Com., M.Phil., M.B.A., SLET

Associate Professor
Dr. T. Punitha

Dr. T. Punitha
M.Com., M.Phil. ,Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Ms. G. Vijayalakshmi

Ms. G. Vijayalakshmi
M.Com., M.Phil.

Assistant Professor
Mrs. S. Gayathiri

Mrs. S. Gayathiri
M.Com., M.Phil., SET

Assistant Professor

B.Com. Accounting & Finance (A&F)

Dr. S. Amudhalakshmi

Dr. S. Amudhalakshmi
M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor & Head
Mr. M. Prabhu

Mr. M. Prabhu
B.Sc., MBA., SLET, NET

Assistant Professor
Dr. S. Athilinga Senjith

Dr. S. Athilinga Senjith
M.Com., M.Phil., M.A.,M.B.A.,PGDCA.,CGT., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Dr. M. Sathya

Dr. M. Sathya
M.B.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., SET

Assistant Professor
Mrs. Shagi K

Mrs. Shagi K
M.Com., NET

Assistant Professor
Ms. P. Ranjani

Ms. P. Ranjani
M.Com., M.Phil.

Guest Lecturer

B.Com. Honours

Dr. J. Saranya

Dr. J. Saranya
M.Com., MBA., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor & Head
Dr. C. Vengatesan

Dr. C. Vengatesan
M.Com., M.Phil., MBA., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Ms. B. Archena

Ms. B. Archena
M.Com.

Assistant Professor
Ms. H.  Purnima Iyer

Ms. H. Purnima Iyer
M.Com., M.Phil., NET

Assistant Professor
Ms. K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi

Ms. K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
M.Com., M.Phil., CWA(Inter)

Assistant Professor
Dr. M. S. Suganthiya

Dr. M. S. Suganthiya
M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

B.Com Professional Accounting-Shift II

Dr.V. Kuppulakshmi

Dr.V. Kuppulakshmi
M.A., M.B.A., M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor & Head
Ms Deepa Shridhar

Ms Deepa Shridhar
M.Com.,MBA.,M.Phil.,SET.

Assistant Professor

Books

Department of Commerce

Month & Year Title of the Book / Chapter
Mar-2021 Global Thoughts and Opinions (Title of the Chapter: Effective Implementation of CSR Activities Through Companies Amendment Act 2013). ISBN No. 978-81-947778-5-4. Edited by Hon'ble Justice A.K. Sikri and Prof. Dr. N.K. Chakrabarti), The Law Learners. Dr. Sowmiya.
Jul-2020 COVID - 19 Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities in the Effects of Global Economy Title of the Chapter: (Empathy-A Game Changer). Forschung Publication. ISBN No. 978-93-87865-35-8. D. Sowmya
Dec-2020 COVID-19 Invisible Enemy or Eye Opener Opportunity and Challenges – (Title of the Chapter: Impact of Covid-19 Socio-Economic Conditions of Construction Workers in India). ISBN No. 978-93-5419-610-2. D. Parandhaman, Dr. M. Ignatius Joseph John and Dr.N. Laitha
Feb-2020 Business Process Re-engineering a Global Perspective (Export Management). Shanlax Publication. ISBN No. 978-93-89658-76-7. D. Sowmya
Dec-2019 Recent & Changes Trends in Management, Economics, Commerce, Social Science & Humanities (Import Finance). GMRAF. ISBN NO. 978-93-89658-04-0. D. Sowmya
2019 Human Resource Management. Charulatha Publications. ISBN No. 978-81-943813-5-8. Dr. T. K.
2019 Business Laws. Himalaya Publishing House. ISBN No. 978-93-5367-509-7. Dr. T. K. Avvai Kothai
2017 Management Accounting. Dipti Press. ISBN No. 978-93-86923-35-6. Dr. S. Manikandan
2017 Cost Accounting. Dipti Press. ISBN No. 978-81-93404-05-8. Dr. S. Manikandan
2010 Business Communication Text Book. Rudhra Publications. ISBN No. 978-81-906495-3-7. Uma Devi K and Praveen Kumar
2019 Trait Emotional Intelligence as A Measure of Organisational Commitment Among Sales Executives. Bhaghavan Printers. ISBN No. 978-81-943033-0-5. Dr. K. Uma Devi
2006 Business Management text book (Study Material).,Christ College, Bangalore Dr. K. Umadevi
1999 Corporate Accounting. Margham Publications. ISBN No. 978-93-81430. T.S. Reddy and A Murthy
1998 Financial Accounting. Margham Publications. ISBN No. 978-93-81430. T.S. Reddy and A Murthy
1993 Business Law. Sultan Chand & Sons. M.V. Dhandapani
1972 Financial Accounting. Sulthan Chand & Sons. R l. Gupta and Radhaswamy

Department of Corporate Secretaryship

Month & Year Title of the Book / Chapter
Feb-2021 Principles of Income Tax Law & Practice. ISBN No. 978-93-90555-44-4 93-90555-44-2. Naveen Mittal, P. S. Sridharan, M. Ansar, S. Jayalakshmi and Cengage
Jan-2021 Marketing Management. D. Ranjith Kumar & J. Sivashankar. ISBN No. 978-81-950267-4-6
Jan-2021 Business Economics. ISBN No. 978-93-86123-78-7. D. Ranjith Kumar & J. Sivashankar
2019 Wind Energy Potentials in India. Pranesh Publications. ISBN No. 978-81-94344-95-7. Dr. P. Kavitha
2003 Business Taxation. Margham Publishers. ISBN No. 978-93-81430-81-1. T.S. Reddy and Y. Hariprasad Reddy
2003 Cost & Management Accounting. Margham publishers. ISBN No. 978-93-83242-20-7. T.S. Reddy and Y. Hariprasad Reddy
2003 Indirect Taxes. Margham Publishers. ISBN No. 978-93-81430-13-2. T.S. Reddy and Y. Hariprasad Reddy
2002 Income Tax, Theory-Law & Practice. Margham Publishers. ISBN No. 978-93-81430-58-3. T.S. Reddy and Y. Hariprasad Reddy
2000 Financial & Management Accounts. Margham Publishers. ISBN No. 978-93-86398-08-6. T.S. Reddy and Y. Hariprasad Reddy
1999 Cost Accounting. Margham publishers. ISBN No. 978-93-81430-13-2. T.S. Reddy and Y. Hariprasad Reddy
1999 Management Accounting. Margham publishers. ISBN No. 978-93-81430-54-5. T.S. Reddy and Y. Hariprasad Reddy

Department of Honours

Month & Year Title of the Book / Chapter
Feb-2020 Business Process Re-Engineering. (A Chapter in Book: Business Process Re-Engineering - A Global Perspective). Global Multidisplinary Research & Academic Foundation(GMRAF). ISBN No. 978- 93-89658-76-7. Saranya J
2017 The Cosmetics Buying Behaviour and Brand Loyalty of Female Consumers in Chennai (A Chapter in the Book: Globalzing Brand India). IIT Kharagpur. ISBN No. 978-93-86349-60-6. V. Nithya
2016 The Brand Rejuvenation- A Complete Strategical Makeover of Luxury Brand Cosmetics. (A Chapter in the Book: Island of Research Treasure. Sharadalya Press, Coimbatore. ISBN No. 978-93-85604-02-7. V. Nithya

Research

Department of Honours

Month & Year Title of the Book / Chapter
Mar-2022 An Implementation of Cloud-Based Computing Technology In accounting: Prospects and challenges in Chennai city (Journal of oriented Institute) ISSN No. 0030-5324. J. Saranya
Dec-2019 Green Retail Marketing for The Sustainable Development (International journal of Engineering and Advanced technology) ISSN No. 2249-8958. J. Saranya
Aug-2019 The impact of employee empowerment in organisational performance with special reference to IT sector (International journal of recent Technology and engineering) ISSN No. 2277-3878. J. Saranya
Jul-2018 A study on factors influencing customer relationship management practices in selected organized retail stores (Multidisciplinary Global Journal of Academic Research (MGJAR)) ISSN No. 2394-1758. J. Saranya
Mar-2018 A Perceptional study on factors influencing employee engagement with special reference to integrated enterprises India Pvt. Ltd (Shanlax International journal of Commerce) ISSN No. 2320-4168. J. Saranya
Mar-2018 Cloud based More–Learning (AJANTA) ISSN No. 2277-5730. J. Saranya
Sep-2017 A Study on Factors Influencing Investors’ Perception towards Stock Market Decision (International journal of management and business studies) ISSN No. 2230-9519. J. Saranya
Apr-2017 An empirical study on professional investor’s psychology towards stock market (International Journal of Commerce and Management Research) ISSN No. 3-3-78. J. Saranya
Jun-2014 Employee engagement and its associated factors: An Empirical study (Research journal of social science and management) ISSN No. 2251-1571. J. Saranya
Apr-2014 A study on managing sustainability for women employee engagement with reference to finance sector (International Journal of Human Resource Management and Research (IJHRMR)) ISSN No. 2249-6874. J. Saranya
Apr-2014 An Empirical Study on Role of ICT in Banking Sector (International journal of multidisciplinary and current research) ISSN No. 2321-3124. J. Saranya
Dec-2013 An Exploratory Study on the Impact of Internet Usage among Youngsters in Chennai city (Pezzottaite journal) ISSN No. 2319-9032. J. Saranya
Nov-2013 An exploratory study on the usage of technology in banking sector (International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology) ISSN No. 2319-8753. J. Saranya
Dr C Vengatesan
Jul-2019 A study on Investor Behavior towards Stock Market Investment with special reference to Equity Investor (Globalisation Trends & Challenges) ISSN No. 2249-8672. Dr. C. Vengatesan
Jan-2019 A study on Investor Behavior towards Stock Market Investment with special reference to Equity Investor (Anveshak-International journal of Management) ISSN No. 2278-8913. Dr. C. Vengatesan
Jul-2016 Role and Significance of Credit Rating with Special Reference to Indian Retail Equity Investors: An Empirical Investigation (The Journal of Indian Management & Strategy) ISBN No. 227-6753 Dr. C. Vengatesan
Mar-2015 Role and Relevance of Credit Rating-a Study with Special Reference to Retail Equity Investors Perception in India (Sumedha Journal of Management) ISSN No. 2277-6753. Dr. C. Vengatesan
Sep-2014 Green Banking-a Conceptual Framework (Kaveripakkam Journal) ISSN No. 2249-6459. Dr. C. Vengatesan
Ms K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Apr-2020 Indian strategies in functional management (Journal of business management economics) ISBN No. 2053-4044. K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Dec-2019 Blue economy: In India (Journal of business & marketing) ISSN No. 2404-8167 K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Aug-2019 Economic development in indian capital market (Internation journal of economic resources) ISBN No. 2349-6260.K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Aug-2019 Recent development in telecommunication sector (Journal of applied economics ISSN No. 1793-2785. K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Dec-2017 Exploring innovations in service sectors (Journal of innovative marketing) ISSN No. 3391-4629. K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Aug-2017 Domestic fish marketing in tamilnadu-Changing structure, conduct, Peformance & Policies (International journal of cultural, economic & social sustainability) ISSN No. 1832-2077. K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Jul-2017 A Budding styles in banking industry (International Journal of management research) ISSN No. 1832-2077. K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Mar-2016 Green Marketing: Opportunities & Challenges (Journal of engineering science and management education) ISBN No. 2577-3619. K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Sep-2015 A study on green marketing (Journal of business & Management) ISSN No. 2319-7668 K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Jul-2015 Green marketing: A study of indian youth (International journal of Management & Strategy) ISSN No. 2231-0703. K. Raja Sundara Gandhimathi
Ms B Archena
Feb-2022 A Study on dependence of learners on E-Learning Apps during Covid-19 ERA (International E-Conference on Economic Challenges and Business) ISBN No. 978-93-5607-239-8. B. Archena

Department of Commerce

Title of the Projects Funding Agency Amount Type Status Duration Sanctioned Year Investigator
Application of Total Quality Management in Educational Institutions: A Model Study UGC 6,80,000 Major Completed 3 years 2012 PI- Dr. Marlene Morais, Co- PI- Dr.G.John Joseph Adaikalam, Co- PI- Dr.S.Manikandan

Staff Accomplishments

1. Best Young Faculty Award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching, (April 2018)

2. Best Researcher Award for Outstanding Contribution to Academic Achievement by Para Awards, Puducherry, (January 2020)

3. Best Academician Award for Extraordinary Contribution in the field of Education by Global Iconic Education Award 2022, Goa, (February, 2022

Dr. D. Ranjith Kumar Patent Titled as “Information Technology Systems Implementation to improve Adoption and Reduce Failure Rate in International Business” as Indian Patent Publication Without Grant in 2021 & “The Overall Impact of Machine Learning on the Relationship between Quality of Work Life and Employee Engagement”.

Dr. P. Sridharan Patent Tilted as “Empirical Analysis of Blockchain Technology in The Energy Sector and Its Impact on Performance Management Of 5G Services” as Indian Patent Publication Without Grant in 2021.

Dr. P S Sridharan, Assistant Professor, Department of B. Com., Corporate Secretaryship Shift – I co-authored and published a book, “Principles of Income Tax Law and Practice”.

Dr. D. Ranjith Kumar Head Department of Corporate Secretaryship & Dr. J. Sivashankar, Assistant Professor jointly published a book titled “Marketing Management”.

Dr. Umadevi K, Assistant Professor, PG & Research Department of Commerce, has received the “Women Researcher Award” at the VDGOOD Professional Association’s International Conference for Award Winners in Engineering, Science, and Medicine.

Student Accomplishments

N.Vedhavalli of II Year Corporate Secretaryship secured the Second place in the poster making competition organised by the Regional Outreach Bureau and Press Information Bureau, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Chennai on the occasion of the National Women's day 2021.

M.S. Manoh of I Year General has received the Consolation Prize in the poster making competition organised by the Regional Outreach Bureau and Press Information Bureau, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Chennai on the occasion of the National Women's day 2021.

Ms.Swathi Nandakumar of I Year Corporate Secretaryship has won the Second place in the Virtual English-Oratorical Competition organised by New Prince Shri Bhavani Arts and Science College, Chennai on the 17th of March 2021.

V. Jawahar and S. Kishore Kumar of Accounting & Finance Students are engaged in Community activities during Covid 19 and it has been presented in the online workshop organised by Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education (MGNCRE), GOI on 28.06.2021.

Industrial Tour

Date:08.05.2022 To 11.05.2022

Programme:B.Com. Accounting & Finance (Shift – II)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 98


The B.Com. Accounting & Finance programme has arranged an Industrial Tour on 09.05.2022, 10.05.2022 and 11.05.2022 for final year Students to Munnar, Alleppey and Cochin of Kerala. Mr. M. Prabhu, Dr. S. Athilinga Senjith, Dr. M. Sathya and Mrs. Shagi. K, Assistant Professors of the Department have accompanied the Students during this three-day tour. Day one was last with Munnar where Students visited a Tea estate and learned the cultivation process of the Tea leaves. They also visited a Tea factory and a flower garden in Munnar. Second day of the tour is engaged at Alleppey where Students have explored Vempa Nadu Lake by staying in a Boat House for a whole day. Day three was engaged by the Students at Cochin where they went for Marine drive and explored traditional places of Cochin on the same day

Talent Hunt 2022-23

Date: October, 14 2022

Programme: B.Com. Corporate Secretaryship

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 48


Faculty members with the judges for the Talent Hunt 2022

Judges of the Talent Hunt 2022 with their student participants

Group of audience witnessed the Talent Hunt 2022 performed by B.Com. Corporate Secretaryship Students

The student participant from B.Com Corporate Secretaryship expressing his talent as a singer

The student participant from B.Com Corporate Secretaryship expressing his talent as keyboard instrumentalist and musician

The student participant from B.Com Corporate Secretaryship expressing his talent as a singer

The group of Audience participated in the Talent Hunt 2022

The student participant from B.Com Corporate Secretaryship expressing his talent as a quick Rubik’s cube solver.

Financial Literacy and Empowerment Workshop

Date: September, 20 2022

Programme: B. Com. Professional Accounting (SFS-I)

Chief Guest: Ms. Henna Jain Tatia; Founder: StuCred, Chennai
Ms. Vidya Shivakumar; Founding Member: StuCred, Chennai

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 120


Dr. V. Kuppulakshmi, Assistant Professor and Head, B. Com. (Professional Accounting), Honoured the Chief Guest, Ms. Henna Jain Tatia, Co-Founder- StuCread, Chennai with a Shawl.

Dr. V. Kuppulakshmi, Assistant Professor and Head, B.Com. (Professional Accounting), Honoured the Resource Person, Ms. Vidhaya Sivakumar, Certified Financial Educator with a Shawl.

Ms. Vidhya Sivakumar, Resource Person delivered the lecture on basics and nuances of Financial Literacy and Empowerment.

Ms. Vidhya Sivakumar, Resource Person for the session interacted with the student participants on the theme of the workshop.

Group of Audience participating the in the Workshop on “Financial Literacy and Empowerment” in Guru Ram Das A/C Seminar Hall.

The clarifications and questions from students were answered by the Resource Person Ms. Vidhya Sivakumar, Certified Financial Educator.

Resource Person Ms. Vidhya Sivakumar, Certified Financial Educator, Chennai distributed the Certificate of Participation to student participants.

Chief Guest Ms. Henna Jain Tatia, Founder - StuCread, distributed the Certificate of Participation to student participants.

A student participant from the I Year of B.Com Professional Accounting Programme gave his feedback on the session and highlighted the key takeaways of the workshop for enhancement in their financial management skills.

Dr. V. Kuppulakshmi expressing the gratitude to resource persons and StuCred Team for their valuable efforts and insightful workshop on behalf of the Faculty members and student participants for B.Com. (Professional Accounting) Programme.

A Group Photo of Resource Persons, StuCred Team, Faculty Members and Student representatives at the end of the workshop.

Group Photo of B.Com. Professional Accounting Faculty Members with their student representatives who meticulously organised the Workshop on “Financial Literacy and Empowerment”.

Prism Association - Valedictory

Date:May 31, 2022

Programme:B. Com. Corporate Secretaryship (Shift – II)

Chief Guest:Ln Kishore Srinivasan, Life Coach, RJ, All India Radio, Chennai

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 185


Ln Kishore Srinivasan, Life Coach, RJ, All India Radio gave the key note address at the Valedictory Function of PRISM Association and interacted with section of audience.

Staff Members and prize winners of THINK AND DO Competition organised by Department of Corporate Secretaryship (Shift- II).

Chief Guest, Ln Kishore Srinivasan, distributing the medals and certificate to the Prize winners.

Resource Person with the Prize winners and staff members of the B.Com., Corporate Secretaryship (Shift -II).

CSESTA 2K21-22

Date:May, 05 2022

Programme:B. Com. Corporate Secretaryship (Shift – II)

Judges (Alumni of B. Com. CS):Mr Lokesh, Mr Ramananthan and Mr Abdul Rahman

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 85


CSESTA 2K21-22 Departmental Competition "Business Quiz Game"

CSESTA 2K21-22 Departmental Competition "Make it Silence Event" - Staff Coordinators & Prize winners.

CSESTA 2K21-22 Departmental Competition "Fire the Floor" The first Price was won by Sandhiya. S of II B.Com CS "A" Section for her Karagam performance.

Guests of the "CSESTA 2K21-22" with the staff members of the B. Com Corporate Secretaryship

Valedictory Function - "COMGLITZ 2K22"

Date:25.05.2022

Programme:Commerce (Shift – I)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 207


Display of Overall Trophies Won by students of P.G & Research Programme of Commerce during the academic year 2021-22.

Group Photo with Chief Guest Dr. K.R. Arumugam, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, RKM Vivekanda College (Autonomous), Mylapore, Dr. K. Namashivayam, Associate Professor and Head of Physics along with Head and the Faculty Members of P.G & Research Programme of Commerce.

Felicitation to the Chief Guest Dr. K.R. Arumugam, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, RKM Vivekanda College (Autonomous), Mylapore by Dr. T.K. Avvai Kothai, Associate Professor and Head, P.G & Research Programme of Commerce.

Portion of audience actively participating the COMGLITZ 2K22 – Valedictory Function in Guru Ram Das A/C Seminar Hall.

Dr. T.K. Avvai Kothai, Associate Professor and Head, P.G & Research Programme of Commerce receiving the memento for convened the Intra-Department Competitions held on 29th April 2022 in connection with COMGLITZ 2K22.

Display of Trophies distributed to winners of various Intra-Department competitions held on 29th April 2022 in connection with COMGLITZ 2K22.

Chief Guest Dr. K.R. Arumugam distributing the certificate of appreciation to Ms. Prajhot Kaur for acting as Cultural Secretary in P.G & Research Programme of Commerce for the academic year 2021-22.

Chief Guest Dr. K.R. Arumugam distributing the certificates and memento to Winners of IPL Auction Competition held on 29th April 2022 as a part of Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the College.

Chief Guest Dr. K.R. Arumugam distributing the certificates and memento to the Runners of IPL Auction Competition held on 29th April 2022 as a part of Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the College.

III B. Com A students receiving the prizes for winning various competitions during the COMGLITZ 2K22.

Students from II Year B. Com (General) "A" Section receiving the prizes from Chief Guest Dr. K.R. Arumugam for Winning the Business Quiz during the Intra-Department Competitions (COMGLITZ 2K22).

II B. Com A Section student’s bags “Overall Trophy” in COMGLITZ 2K22 Intra-Department Competitions held on 29th April 2022.

Ms. V. Vaishnavi & Mr. Mohamed Fazim receives “Best Outgoing Student of Year (UG) 2022” from Chief Guest Dr. K.R. Arumugam in the presence of Dr. T.K. Avvai Kothai, Associate Professor and Head, Dr.J. Mahalakshmi and Dr. S. Shoba Vice-Presidents of Commerce Association, P.G & Research Programme of Commerce.

Role of Tally in Financial Accounting

Date:30.05.2022 to 31.05.2022

Programme:B.Com. Professional Accounting (Shift – II)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 50


Dr. V. Kuppulakshmi, Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Commerce (Professional Accounting) welcomed the Resource Person Dr. M. Kavitha, Assistant Professor and Research Supervisor, P.G & Programme of Commerce, Guru Nanak College, Chennai to the Online Workshop on Role of Tally in Financial Accounting.

Resource Person Dr. M. Kavitha Addresses the Participants and actively interacting with students on the role and relevance of Tally in Financial Accounting.

Sports and Cultural Club "CORPEAUX" 2021-22

Date:9 May 2022 to 10 May 2022

Department:Department of Corporate Secretaryship (Shift – I)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 273


CORPEAUX 2021-22 Intercollegiate Fest: Staff members of Corporate Secretaryship Department with the Chief Guest, Dr K Namasivayam, Head, Department of Physics, and Dr M G Ragunathan, Principal, Guru Nanak College (Autonomous), Chennai

Felicitation to the Chief Guest by Dr M G Ragunathan, Principal

Environ Capers given by the staff members of Corporate Secretaryship Department to the Principal, Dr M G Ragunathan

Glimpses of the event CORPEAUX 2021-22

Glimpses of the event CORPEAUX 2021-22

Glimpses of the event CORPEAUX 2021-22

Glimpses of the event CORPEAUX 2021-22

Glimpses of the event CORPEAUX 2021-22

Glimpses of the event CORPEAUX 2021-22

Glimpses of the event CORPEAUX 2021-22

Distribution of prizes to the winners by Dr M G Ragunathan, Principal

Distribution of Prizes to the winners by the chief guest Dr K Namasivayam

Distribution of Prizes to the winners by the chief guest Dr K Namasivayam

The Overall trophy was won by the Department of B.Com. General (Shift I)

Entrepreneurial Development Expo

Date:April 26, 2022

Department:Department of Accounting & Finance (Shift – II)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 103


The Expo was inaugurated by Dr. Namasivayam, Principal In charge along with Dr. N. C. Rajashree, Vice-Principal (Shift-II), Guru Nanak College (Autonomous)

Entrepreneurial Development Expo

Entrepreneurial Development Expo

Entrepreneurial Development Expo

Entrepreneurial Development Expo

Entrepreneurial Development Expo

Entrepreneurial Development Expo

Entrepreneurial Development Expo

Entrepreneurial Development Expo

Honoria 2022

Date:May 06, 2022

Department:Department of Honours (Shift – II)

Chief Guest: K. Gopinath, Business and Integration Arhitect Manager, Accenture

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 122


K. Gopinath, Business & integration Architect manager in Accenture solutions Pvt. Ltd Inaugurated the department association - ‘Honoria 2022’ with a key note address on “The Digital ERA: Automated Accounting”

Chief Guest Mr K Gopinath presented the badges to the office bearers of HONORIA 2022

Chief Guest Mr K Gopinath presented the badges to the office bearers of HONORIA 2022

Chief Guest Mr K Gopinath presented the badges to the office bearers of HONORIA 2022

Resource person with the office bearers and the staff members of the Honours Department

Resource person with the office bearers and the staff members of the Honours Department

Association Inauguration – PRISM

Date: April 4, 2022

Department: Corporate Secretaryship

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 179


Dr. S. Varadharaj, Assistant Professor and Head of the Department, Research Advisor in commerce in Government Arts and Science College Perumbakkam was the chief guest for the Association Inauguration PRISM. Badges were presented to the office bearers

Event Title: Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club -VAARTIKA 2021-2022 Intra- Department Competitions

Date: April 29, 2022

Department: Department of Corporate Secretaryship (Shift – I)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 105


Participation of Students in the Intradepartmental competitions VAARTIKA 2022 of Entrepreneurial and Innovation Club of Corporate Secretaryship Department.



EUGENICS

Date: April 13, 2022

Department: Department of Corporate Secretaryship (Shift – I)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 210


Chief Guest Mr. Samson Manuel, Business Consulting for Strategic Partnership IT/ Telecom, Software and Banking Verticals with Dr M G Ragunathan, Principal Guru Nanak College (Autonomous) and the staff members of Corporate Secretaryship department.

Dr M G Ragunathan, Principal Guru Nanak College (Autonomous) delivered the welcome address

Mr. Samson Manuel, chief guest presenting the badge to the office bearer

Mr. Samson Manuel with the Office Bearers of the Department Association “EUGENICS”

Introduction to Direct Taxes

Date: October, 12 2022

Programme: B. Com. Professional Accounting (SFS-I)

Chief Guest: Ms. Karunya Ramesh A.C.A Chartered Accountant

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 46


Group Photo of the Event with Resource Person Ms. Karunya Ramesh A.C.A, Chartered Accountant and Faculty Members of B. Com. Professional Accounting

Dr V Kuppulakshmi, Assistant Professor and Head, B.Com. Professional Accounting has introduced the resource person to the student participants

The Resource Person Ms Karunya Ramesh A.C.A, Chartered Accountant, explaining the direct tax methods with suitable examples to the student participants

The Resource Person Ms. Karunya Ramesh A.C.A, Chartered Accountant, interacting with a student participant during the lecture on introduction to direct taxes

Mr. M. Shanmugavel, Assistant Professor, B.Com. Professional Accounting has expressed his gratitude to the resource person for sharing her expertise with the student participants

Seminar on “Federal System of Indirect Tax in India”

Date: April 4, 2022

Department: Corporate Secretaryship

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 179


Dr. S. Varadharaj, Assistant Professor and Head of the Department, Research Advisor in commerce in Government Arts and Science College Perumbakkam delivered a speech on Federal System of Indirect Tax in India

Block Chain Technology for a Better Future

Date: March 25, 2022
Department: Department of Accounting and Finance Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 154


Resource person Mr B Prabhu, CEO Aramax presented on Blockchain Technology and highlighted on Cryptocurrency



Future in Banking

Date: April 13, 2022
Department: Department of Accounting and Finance Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 101


Mr. K Gopinath, Business and Integration Architect – General Manager – AI Infused Robotics Automation. In Accenture Solutions Ltd., spoke about the basics and technology of banking.

Return Filing under GST

Date: March 23, 2022

Department: PG & Research Department of Commerce

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 225


CMA Saravana Prabhu FCA, ACMA, Chartered Accountant was the resource person . He explained the unique aspect of GST and CMA Rajesh Sai Iyer, Treasurer, SIRC of ICMAI delivered keynote address for the event

Dr M G Ragunathan presented the badges to the office bearers of the COMGLITZ (Department Associations)



Career Guidance Programme on Chartered Accountancy – “A Pillar of Accounting Profession”

Date: April 25, 2022

Department: Department of Corporate Secretaryship (Shift – I)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 211


Mr. CS Ramaseshan P.R, Chartered Accountant, Senior Manager, Finance and Accounts, Accenture was the Chief Guest of the Programme.

The Chief Guest Mr. CS Ramaseshan P.R, delivered his talk on the Career guidance on how to become a successful Chartered Accountancy.

Financial Management- "Capital Structure"

Date:17 May 2022

Department:Department of Corporate Secretaryship (Shift – I)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 138


Workshop on Financial Management ‘Capital Structure’: Chief Guest, CA G P Srivatsan, Practicing Chartered Accountant with the staff members of the Department of Corporate Secretaryship (Shift I)

Felicitation of the resource person CA G P Srivatsan, by Dr D Sowmya, Academic and Career Guidance Club Coordinator, Dept. of Corporate Secretaryship

CMA Dr D Sowmya, Assistant Professor, Department of Corporate Secretaryship introduce the chief guest, CA G P Srivatsan to the gathering

Resource Person, CA G P Srivatsan, shared his experience on the importance of financial management in today’s scenario

Resource Person, CA G P Srivatsan, shared his experience on the importance of financial management in today’s scenario

Vote of Thanks was delivered by Dr Ganapathi Bala Subramanian, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Corporate Secretaryship

Resource Person, CA G P Srivatsan with the staff members and the office bearers of Association

Internal Audit as an Emerging Profession – Performance Measurement Tool

Date:19 May 2022

Department:Department of Commerce (Shift – I)

Number of Participants/ Beneficiaries: 100


Resource Person, Mr Vijay Kiran Agastya, Co-Founder & CEO, NextGen Learning & Consulting, spoke on the importance of prioritizing Learning and Development as a central part of a person’s career enhancement and sustenance Resource Person, Mr CMA Rakesh Shankar, Member-IAASB, The Institute of Cost Accountants of India Assistant Professor -Commerce, DDGD Vaishnav College and a prominent alumnus of the Department of Commerce, highlighted on the importance of internal audit and motivated the students to tale up a career in Internal Audit System

Undergraduate

B.Com. (General)

  • PO 1: Outline the fundamentals of commerce viz., business studies, finance, Accounting and Management.
  • PO 2: Recognize various managerial and accounting skills needed for better professional opportunities
  • PO 3: Examine the capabilities in varied areas developing communication skills with an aim towards holistic development of learners.
  • PO 4: Develop the capability of decision making at personal and professional levels and inculcate entrepreneurial skills.
  • PO 5: Synthesis the knowledge to face the challenges in competitive global environment.

B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship)

  • PO 1: Identify Basic knowledge and techniques in the area of commerce and Management enabling the students to become professionals.
  • PO 2: Prepare students on analytical and problem-solving skills in various fields of management, business, accounting, tax, finance and law.
  • PO 3: Apply provisions of company’s amendment act 2013 to face the real time corporate scenario.
  • PO 4: Comply with the legal requirements pertaining to the company Secretarial Practice, Corporate Governance and industrial law.
  • PO 5: Generate hands on experience through internships and projects

B.Com. (Accounting & Finance)

  • PO 1: Explain the Fundamentals of Commerce, Accounting and Finance.
  • PO 2: Apply accounting concepts & theories to enter the work environment with confidence & strength.
  • PO 3: Prioritize & work in solving dynamic challenges of the business environment.
  • PO 4: Summarize the knowledge acquired over the period of study making the learners industry ready with enhanced job skills
  • PO 5: Develop quantitative aptitude, presentation and analytical skills of the students.

B.Com. (Honours)

  • PO 1: Convert Students as real time Professionals in the areas of finance, accounting and taxation.
  • PO 2: Prepare Students to face the challenges in the current job market.
  • PO 3: Apply the knowledge gained in the field of finance, law, taxation, treasury, accounting, etc. and in teaching fields.
  • PO 4: Analyse and interpret various case studies related to Marketing, HR, Finance, Management, Accounting, Accounting standards, Income Tax and GST.
  • PO 5: Combine theoretical and practical knowledge through internship and projects

Postgraduate

M.Com. (General)

  • PO 1: Aims to provide students with the knowledge, tools of analysis and skills with which they can understand and participate in the modern business, accounting and economic world to achieve success in their career.
  • PO 2: To equip the students to face the modern-day challenges in commerce and business.
  • PO 3: Enhances critical thinking mind-set and the ability to identify and formulate research problems, design tools, analyse and interpret data, and synthesize the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO 4: Exhibit self-confidence and awareness of general issues prevailing in the society and communicate effectively with the accounting, commerce, management, business, banking and professional fraternity and with society at large through digital and non-digital mediums.
  • PO 5: To educate and train the students to solve practical problems in the realm of commerce and business management through case study analysis, role playing and brainstorming methods.

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