About Department
Special focus on
Soft Skill Development

The Department of Commerce is one of the premier departments in Bharata Mata College, which is a pioneer in research focused learning. The vibrant Department was started on 18th July 1978 with a pre-degree Commerce group of 60 students. The department was fortunate to start the degree course on 7th August 1980 with a strength of 50 students. Prof. C Seethadevi became the first Head of the Department. The department got promoted to a Post Graduate department on 26th November 1981 with a sanctioned strength of 18 students. The Post Graduate Department of Commerce was elevated as an approved Centre for Research in Commerce under Mahatma Gandhi University in the year 1997.At present there are 7 approved research guides and 20 research scholars. The dedicated faculty support and competency of the teachers in taking up the innovations helps in the overall student development. Excellent academic track record with university ranks, varied curricular and co-curricular activities focusing on the all-round development of the students, admirable job placements, add on courses for employability enhancement, training for competitive examinations, industrial linkages etc. make the department one among the best performing Commerce Departments under M.G University. Our Commerce association is very active in organizing various activities like day celebrations, presentations, group discussions, debates, and other celebrations. A great asset of the department is their extensive alumni networks, who have reached to the eminent positions in various public and private sector enterprises across the globe. The department believes in developing and nurturing global competencies in students through quality education, research and continuous innovation. It provides a proficient environment to nurture commerce professionals with a high level of knowledge and competence to effectively contribute to society with commitment and integrity.

What makes us unique?
  • NET examination orientation
  • Special focus on Soft Skill Development
  • Industrial Visits & Outreach Programme
  • Walk and Talk: An informal two-way interactive activity for gaining creative feedback on student understanding.
  • HR trainers in education institutions for faculty and students
  • Columnists, editors of magazines
Methodology of teaching learning
  • Power Point Presentation
  • Google Classroom
  • Class Room Lecture
  • Group Discussion
  • Interactive Sessions
  • Seminars
  • Assignments
  • Problem Solving
  • Industrial Visit
  • Internal Tests

Infrastructural Facilities

Digital Classrooms: We have 5 digital classrooms that provide the most conducive atmosphere for dynamic and focused discussions.
Reading room: A place whereby students can enhance their reading habits and collective discussions

Departmental USP
  • Few courses have been testing Graduate Attribute Linked Course Plans
  • Attendance has been made through online
  • Teachers use Google classrooms for interacting with students
  • Online Examinations
  • NET Coaching orientations
  • Industrial Visits & Outreach Programme
  • Add on programme
  • Special focus on Soft Skill Development
  • Social sensitization programmes like outreaches, NCC, NSS, house for the needy, REACHING OUT TO VILLAGE SCHOOLS.
  • Group Projects, Innovative assignments like online stock market transactions, entrepreneurship.
  • Walk and Talk: An informal two-way interactive activity for gaining creative feedback on student understanding.
  • Highly qualified faculty with PhD qualifications
  • Recipients of UGC funded minor projects
  • HR trainers in education institutions –faculty
  • Columnists, editors of magazines
  • Publication of research articles in refereed journals