B.Com (BPS) Bachelor of Commerce with Business Process Sources is an undergraduate course. It is a 3-year degree program which is designed exclusively for the students to enlighten their minds towards Business Process Services. This degree would meet the demand of graduates who could be self-employed or to get into jobs of business process organizations. The course is innovative in nature and it was started by having an MOU with TCS along with Bharathiar University. This course would equip students to work in any core commerce industry. TCS provides excellent Job Opportunity for the students.
Learn to optimize business processes through Dynamic Work Design, a set of principles and methods for achieving sustainable improvement efforts of any scale, in process/service industry, and in any function with the help of five main domains of TCS.
This program is delivered in collaboration with TCS.
Practicing for Banking Sector Exam
Doing Internship Training
Developing the skills to do their Projects.
Entrepreneurial skill development
Training for Competitive Exams
Special coaching for communication skills
Students undergoing this programme will develop requisite conceptual and application skills for this industry.
After the completion of this degree programme, employability is promising in the BPS industry in managing business process services such as;
The department has state of art lab facilities which enhance the learning through the use of microcomputers. Students are given the practical knowledge on Microsoft Applications and Tally.
B.Com (BPS) course is a tie up with TCS and with I-Star for Skill Enhancement Training.
The department organises various programs and events such as
- International conference
- Industry Training for Students and Staff
- Surprise test – Book test – Mock Interviews
- Aptitude classes for students by Infosys
- Faculty development for staffs by TCS
- Inter collegiate meet
- I-star- Skill development training in Retail Banking
- Industrial visits to reputed companies to acquire more details on enhancing the managerial capability