The Department of Commerce is a vital academic division focused on the study of economic systems, business operations, and trade activities. It encompasses a wide range of subjects related to business, finance, economics, and management. Through its programs, the Department of Commerce aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and navigate the complex world of commerce and contribute effectively to the global economy.


The scope of the Department of Commerce is wide-ranging and encompasses a variety of disciplines and areas within the realm of business, economics, and trade. Here are some key components that fall within the scope of a typical Department of Commerce:

  1. Business Administration: This includes the study of business operations, management principles, organizational behavior, and strategic planning. Students learn how to effectively run and lead businesses.
  2. Accounting and Finance: Students learn about financial accounting, managerial accounting, financial statement analysis, investment strategies, risk management, and financial planning.
  3. Marketing and Sales: This involves the study of consumer behavior, market research, advertising, branding, and developing effective sales strategies to promote products and services.
  4. Supply Chain Management: Students explore the logistics of sourcing, production, distribution, and managing the flow of goods and services from suppliers to consumers.
  5. Entrepreneurship: The study of creating and managing new business ventures, including aspects like idea generation, business plans, funding, innovation, and risk-taking.
The Department of Commerce provides students with a comprehensive education that prepares them for diverse careers in the business world, ranging from entrepreneurship to corporate management, finance, consulting, and more. It also contributes to our understanding of economic systems, market dynamics, and the broader impacts of business activities on society and the global economy.


Bachelor of Commerce


The candidate must have studied Commerce in class 11 and 12 with Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Maths/optional subject and English as main subjects.