Department of Commerce


The department strives for scholastic distinction and has effectively created an invigorating environment to nurture the students’ holistic and comprehensive development. Prominence is given to imparting knowledge and providing insight into hands-on skills to empower them to become a part of an innovative, proficient and global workforce.

International conferences, seminars and Faculty Development Programs are organized to keep faculty updated with the latest developments in higher education and research.

Emphasis is being given to research by the students under the guidance of our research-oriented faculty. The department supervises peer mentoring programs to develop the mentors and mentees’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes. The department offers various short-term courses to the students to impart knowledge towards excellence in academics and beyond.

Commerce Society

The Commerce Society, “INVICTUS” organizes numerous academic and non – academic activities, including inter-college and inter-department activities comprising special lectures, seminars, workshops, and talks by eminent speakers on academic issues, and extracurricular activities like Industrial visits, Business Plan Competition, Corporate Conclave, Marketing inter-college competition AD-O-MANIA and other such activities. Our students regularly participate and outshine in intra-college and inter-college commerce events.

We pull out all the stops and endeavor to make campus to corporate transition seamless. We work on framing curriculum vitae, communication prowess, interview skills, group discussion, and numerous other initiatives, including special ones focusing on the pandemic.

E- Newsletter

“E-Converse” is the E-Newsletter of the Commerce Department of Mata Sundri College for Women which showcases the literary and creative skills of the students and carries articles by students and faculty.

Commerce “E – Converse”, the annual e-newsletter published by the department, gives our students a platform to put forth diverse opinions on contemporary issues and to publish their write-ups and research papers.

During the academic session 2020-2021, the department organized a Short-term Skill Development Course “Mastering Microsoft 365 Suite”; and another short-term course “Entrepreneurial Idea Development and Skill Enhancement Course” in collaboration with Entrepreneurship cell and IQAC. Virtual workshops on accounting GST with Tally Prime in collaboration with NIIT foundation; “Masterclass on Digital Marketing by Skill circle” Webinar on Stock Market: Learn how to manage and invest your money wisely. Faculty is mentoring three ongoing students’ research groups - “Well-being of Human Resource”, “Risk Management in the Banking Sector”, and “Deception in Advertising on Consumer Behavior”, giving students plentiful opportunities to stay abreast with latest developments.


This course proffers a unique window of opportunity for B.A. (P) students to comprehend marketing communication, media, advertising, and copywriting skills. The advertising and sales promotion industry is an ever-expanding business. It offers career opportunities, including that for creative directors and copywriters. ASPSM course facilitates pupils to pursue higher studies in the field of business administration such as MBA.


Office Management and Secretarial Practice is a career-oriented Discipline Course that is offered to B.A. (P) students. On graduating with this course, the students have employment avenues such as Junior Assistants, Stenographers, Front Desk Officers, Personal Assistants and Private Secretaries.


Papers offered in first year as per CBCS


Semester I

BCH-1.2 Financial Accounting
BCH-1.3 Business Laws

Semester II

BCH-2.2: Corporate Accounting
BCH-2.3: Corporate Laws

B.Com (Prog)

Semester I

BC-1.2 Financial Accounting
BC-1.3 Business Organisation and Management

Semester II

BC-2.2: Business Laws
BC-2.3: Business Mathematics and Statistics

B.A. (Prog.)

Semester I

Marketing Management (ASPSM)
OMSP-Business Communication

Semester II

Marketing Communication (ASPSM)
OMSP-Office Management and Secretarial Practice

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Attendance Rules

In commerce the students are required to attend not less than 67% of the lectures, theory and practicum courses, separately during each semester in order to enable them to appear for university examinations.

Assessment Scheme

A continuous process of internal assessment takes place during each semester that includes theory as well as practicum courses. The assessing procedures usually include written assignments, projects, house exam and presentations. Final examinations are held in the month of November and May.

It is mandatory for a student to secure minimum 40% marks in each theory paper during final examinations, 40% in the internal assessment, 40% in all Practicum courses taken together and 40% in the aggregate for each semester, to pass the examination.

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