Students opting to undergo a course in B. Com (Computer Applications) learn subjects Commerce, as well as they, were taught to use the software technology for their professional requirements.

The department is entrusted with formulating and implementing the foreign trade policy and responsibilities relating to multilateral and bilateral commercial relations, state trading, export promotion measures, bookkeeping, business, laws, accountancy, development, and regulation of certain export-oriented industries and commodities.

ICT enabled classrooms are provided for teaching. Students have undergone internship programs to gain practical knowledge. Our students are encouraged to involve in social responsibility by various CSR programs. Industrial visits and guest lectures also organized for getting industrial exposure twice a month. Our students are insisted to involve in students’ research activities, paper presentations, and publications in various colleges. We allow students to participate in sports and cultural activities which are organized by other colleges.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

PEO1 Become successful, qualified, innovative, and productive in fulfilling the needs of the Industry, Government, and Commerce.
PEO2 Capability to continue formal education and successfully complete an advanced degree.
PEO3 Grow professionally with the knowledge acquired and apply the skills throughout the career.
PEO4 Contribute to the growth of the nation and society by applying the acquired knowledge in technical, computing, and managerial skills.
PEO5 Establish interpersonal skills, leadership ability, and team building to achieve organization goals and serve society with professional ethics and integrity.

Program Outcomes (PO)

PO1 Demonstrate competence in commerce, computer applications, accounting, finance, and business.
PO2 Apply the knowledge of financial accounting career skills, applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business.
PO3 Develop the ability to analyses the accounting concepts, principles, and frameworks to communicate effectively to stakeholders.
PO4 Use research-based knowledge including design tools, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide applicable conclusions.
PO5 Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms the accounting practices.
PO6 Incorporate the leadership and problem-solving skills to lead the organizations they join or to initiate their own ventures.
PO7 Function effectively as an individual, and a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO8  Update the skill sets in a challenging world in equipping themselves to maintain their competence and in implementing global business practices
PO9 Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcome (PSO)

PSO1 Gain knowledge and skills in various commercial aspects, computer application courses and its recent trends.
PSO2 Adopt critical thinking and problem-solving skills effectively in the business world.
PSO3 Improve their leading role in the community, enabling him or her to take responsibilities and contribute to solving problems through innovative thinking, collective work, reflection, and self-development
PSO4 Become ethically and socially responsible commerce graduates with computer application knowledge.
Sem Part Sub Type Sub Code Subject Credit Hours INT EXT Total
1 1 L1 Language – I 4 4 40 60 100
1 2 L2 19BGE13E English for Communication – I 4 4 40 60 100
1 3 Core 19BCC1CA Core – Financial Accounting – I 4 4 40 60 100
1 3 Core Practical 19BCC1CP Core Practical – Financial Accounting – I 2 4 20 30 50
1 3 DSC DSC DSC 1C – 4 4 40 60 100
1 3 DSC Practical DSCP DSC Practical – 1C 2 4 20 30 50
1 3 Allied-I DSA DSA 1A 4 4 40 60 100
1 4 AEC Ability Enhancement Course I 2 2 50 50
1 6 VAC Value Added Course – I% 2 50 50
28 30      
2 1 L1 Language – II 4 4 40 60 100
2 2 L2 19BGE23E English for Communication – II 4 4 40 60 100
2 3 Core 19BCC2CA Core – Financial Accounting – II 4 4 40 60 100
2 3 Core Practical 19BCC2CP Core Practical – Financial Accounting – II 2 4 20 30 50
2 3 DSC DSC DSC 2C 4 4 40 60 100
2 3 DSC Practical DSCP DSC Practical – 2C 2 4 20 30 50
2 3 Allied-II DSA DSA 2A 4 4 40 60 100
2 4 AEC Ability Enhancement Course II 2 2 50 50
2 6 VAC Value Added Course – II % 2 50 50
28 30      
3 3 Core 19BCC3CA Core – Corporate Accounting 4 5 40 60 100
3 3 Core Practical 19BCC3CP Core Practical – Corporate Accounting 2 4 20 30 50
3 3 DSC DSC 3C 4 5 40 60 100
3 3 DSC Practical DSCP DSC Practical – 3C 2 4 20 30 50
3 3 Allied-III DSA DSA 3A 4 5 40 60 100
3 4 SEC SEC-I Skill Enhancement Courses – I 2 5 20 30 50
3 4 AEC Ability Enhancement Course III 2 2 50 50
3 6 VAC Value Added Course – III % 2 50 50
3 6 IDL Inter-Department Learning – I# 2 50 50
24 30      
4 3 Core 19BCC4CA Core – Cost and Management Accounting 4 5 40 60 100
4 3 Core Practical 19BCC4CP Core Practical – Cost and Management Accounting 2 4 20 30 50
4 3 DSC DSC DSC 4C 4 5 40 60 100
4 3 DSC Practical DSCP DSC Practical – 4C 2 4 20 30 50
4 3 Allied-IV DSA DSA 4A 4 5 40 60 100
4 4 SEC SEC-II Skill Enhancement Courses – II 2 5 20 30 50
4 4 AEC Ability Enhancement Course IV 2 2 50 50
4 6 VAC Value Added Course – IV % 2 50 50
4 6 IDL Inter-Department Learning – II# 2 50 50
24 30      
5 3 Core 19BCC5CA Core -Database Management System 4 4 40 60 100
5 3 Core Practical 19BCC5CP Core Practical – DBMS Lab 2 4 20 30 50
5 3 DSC DSC DSC 5C 4 4 40 60 100
5 3 DSC Practical DSCP DSC Practical – 5C 2 4 20 30 50
5 3 DSE DSE – I Elective – I – DSE 1E 4 5 40 60 100
5 3 DSE DSE – II Elective – II – DSE 2E 4 5 40 60 100
5 4 SEC SEC-III Skill Enhancement Courses – III 2 4 20 30 50
5 6 VAC Value Added Course – V% 2 50 50
24 30      
6 3 Core 19BCC6CA Core -Internet and Web Designing 4 6 40 60 100
6 3 Core Practical 19BCC6CP Core Practical – Internet and Web Designing 2 4 20 30 50
6 3 DSE DSE – III Elective – III – DSE 3E 4 6 40 60 100
6 3 DSE DSE – IV Elective – IV – DSE 4E 4 6 40 60 100
6 3 Core Course – XI DSC Core Project 8 4 80 120 200
6 4 SEC SEC-IV Skill Enhancement Courses – IV 2 4 20 30 50
6 5 EX Extension Activity- EX % 2 50 50
26 30 1900 1950 3850
Total Credit 154        

Discipline-Specific Core

S.No Course Code Course Pre-requisite Offering Department Mandatory
1 19BCCC01 Computer Application in Business   Commerce – I  
2 19BCCC07 HTML Commerce – I
3 19BCCC03 Consumer Behaviour Commerce – I
4 19BCSC03 Computer Networking Commerce – I
5 19BCCC04 Industrial Training Report Commerce – I Yes
6 19BCMC01 Financial Services Commerce – II
7 19BCMC02 Company law Commerce – II
8 19BCPC01 Business Law Commerce – III
9 19BCPC02 Taxation Commerce – III Yes
10 19BCPC03 Marketing Management Commerce – III
11 19BFSC01 Financial Management Commerce – IV
12 19BCCC05 Professional Skills Commerce – IV

Allied

S.No Course Code Course Pre-requisite Offering Department Mandatory
1 19BCMA01 Managerial Economics Commerce – II
2 19BBAA01 Principles of Management Management – UG Yes
3 19BMAA01 Business Mathematics Mathematics
4 19BMAA02 Business Statistics Mathematics
5 19BCCA01 Research Methodology Commerce – I Yes
6 19BCPA01 Indian Economy Commerce – III
7 19BCCA02 Agricultural Economy of India Commerce – I
8 19BCCA03 Entrepreneur Development Commerce – I
9 19BFSA01 Business Environment Commerce – IV

Skill Based Subject

S.No Course Code Course Pre-requisite Offering Department Mandatory
1 19BCCS02 Retail Environment Commerce – I
2 19BFSS01 Banking Theory Law and Practice Commerce – IV
3 19BCCS02 Corporate Finance Commerce – I
4 19BCCS03 Business Ethics Commerce – I
5 19BBAS01 Services Marketing Management – UG
6 19BCPS01 Portfolio Management Commerce – III
7 19BCMS02 Customer Relationship Management Commerce – II
8 19BCCS01 Principles of Auditing Commerce – I

Discipline-Specific Elective

S.No Course Code Course Pre-requisite Offering Department Mandatory
1 19BCCE01 Goods and Service Tax Commerce – I Yes
2 19BCME01 Logistics and Supply chain Management Commerce – II
3 19BBAE01 Brand Management Management – UG
4 19BCPE01 E-Commerce Commerce – III
5 19BBAE02 International Business Management – UG
6 19BFSE01 International Finance Commerce – IV
7 19BCCE02 Advertising and Sales Promotion Commerce – I
8 19BCCE03 Financial Markets and Institutions Commerce – I
9 19BCCE04 Human Resource Management Commerce – I
10 19BCCE05 Strategic Management Commerce – I
11 19BCCE06 Management Information System Commerce – I
12 19BCCE07 Enterprise Resource Planning Commerce – I
13 19BCCE08 Cyber Law Commerce – I

Ability Enhancement Course

S.No Course Code Course Pre-requisite Offering Department Mandatory
1 19BCSAFC Environmental Studies CS Yes
2 19BCMAFC Women Studies Commerce II
3 19BCCAFC Constitution of India Commerce I
4 19BPYAFC Human Rights Psychology Yes
5 19BTAAFC Yoga Tamil
6 19BVCAFC NCC Viscom
7 19BENAFC Communicative English English
8 19BMAAFC Quantitative Aptitude Mathematics

Students opting to undergo a course in B.Com (Computer Applications) learn not only Commerce but are also taught to use the software technology for their professional requirements. The course bridging commerce and computer applications help them to become smart and employable. Training in Computer Applications in the field of commerce is an extra mileage in placements. It has an innovative modern curriculum. After the completion of the course, one can join in any of the following programmes namely: MBA, MCA, M.Com, M.Com, (CA), ACS, CA, MIB, MSW.

Summary

By studying Commerce with Computer Applications, the students will get access to many things. They are eligible to hold a higher degree in the same field, work in the industries, to become an entrepreneur, and to work in the marketing fields. Added to this, they can work in the banking and financial sectors.