Department of Commerce

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Department of commerce started in 2014 and offering B.com and B.Com (H) with ACCA. The students of Commerce department have been performing exemplary while producing the best ACCA result in the country with AIR 1, AIR 7 & more. Also boasts 100% placements & internship placement with all top-rated startups and companies like AU Small Finance Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, KPMG, Grant Thornton, HDFC, Headstart, Feliz, and 360 Financials, Technovation, BNI, IDBI, NEOS Angels and many more. Department has a partnership/MoUs with ACCA UK, Startup-O Singapore, Viridian Espark Singapore, Headstart, and many top-rated finance institutions.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

Program Outcome and Program Specific Outcomes

 

B.Com (H) in International FinanceProgram Outcome (POs):

PO 1:The objective of this course is to provide an understanding of the modern finance and investment management frameworks.

PO 2:Offers experiential analysis of the challenges of Finance Managers in managing corporate finance.

PO 3:The course focuses on finance management decision-making.

PO 4:This course is designed to develop students understanding of the business and financial aspects of their main specialisation.

PO 5:The course prepares students for leadership roles and builds understanding of global financial forces that could influence the overall business environment.

PO 6:The course provides information and analysis on the latest developments in the world of finance, and their implications for business strategies. 

PO 7:To show an understanding of the theories of international finance and monetary issues and apply them to real world situations.

PO 8:Students will be able to differentiate the models with capital flows and show their relevance to the global financial crisis.

PO 9:Discuss the issues of international governance and management of financial flow.

B.Com (H) in International Finance Program Specific Outcome (PSOs):

PSO 1:The basic thrust of this course is to provide a framework within which the key global financial issues, including the operations of multinational companies, can be analysed. 

PSO 2:To provide an analytical training in the critical use of theories of international finance and to provide an opportunity for students to develop critical understanding of current policy debates on regional integration and globalisation, management of open developing economies with large external shocks, dynamics of currency and financial crises, management of exchange rates and capital accounts, international monetary and financial architecture, and other global economic issues. 

PSO 3:To make students understand theories as well as on evaluating these theoretical propositions in the light of empirical evidence and real world issues. 

B.Com (H) in Management AccountingProgram Outcome (POs):

PO 1:The programme provides students with an objective measure of knowledge and competence in the field of management accounting.

PO 2:To identify how various financial transactions affect the elements of each of the financial statements and determine the proper classification of the transaction.

PO 3:To establish management accounting and financial management as recognized professions by identifying the role of professional, the underlying body of knowledge, and a course of study by which such knowledge is acquired.

PO 4:Obtain contemporary professional knowledge and develop skills and abilities that are valued by successful businesses.

PO 5:Convey students’ commitment to an exemplary standard of excellence that is grounded on a strong ethical foundation and lifelong learning.

PO 6:Enhance students’ career development, salary qualifications and professional promotion opportunities.

PO 7:To enable students to learn the art and science of data storytelling and achieve greater analytics impact.

PO 8:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the management accounting practice.

PO 9:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

B.Com (H) in Management AccountingProgram Specific Outcome (PSOs):

PSO 1:Understand the basics of Tableau desktop, connecting to data and Visualizing data using Tableau. Create, publish and share Dashboards while using advanced visual analytics.

 

PSO 2:Demonstrate working knowledge of MS Excel including formatting of worksheets and perform actions necessary to format cells, numbers, dialog box, borders, background colour and font of data in MS Excel.

 

PSO 3:Develop an understanding of the role of analytics in finance especially the forecasting techniques, predictive analytics and leveraging optimization techniques and apply the same.

 

PSO 4:Understand Big Data, its application in various walks of life, the steps involved in its envisioning and engineering as well as the challenges with Big Data

 

BBA (H) in EntrepreneurshipProgram Outcome (POs):

PO 1:Acquire the managerial professional attributes and be capable of decision making by applying the knowledge of management discipline.

PO 2:Explore the entrepreneurial quality and start new business venture with innovative ideas.

PO 3:Identify the different functional aspects of business world and recognize different opportunities of business.

PO 4:.Demonstrate a global outlook with the ability to identify aspects of the global business and cross cultural understanding.

PO 5:Identify the problems and challenges and inculcate the capability to cope with the spontaneous changes.

PO 6:Analyze the importance of innovation and research, tackle the contemporary needs and accordingly grab the opportunities.

PO 7:Develop effective and oral communication especially in business applications, with the use of appropriate technology.

PO 8: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the management practice.

PO 9: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

BBA (H) in EntrepreneurshipProgram Specific Outcome (PSOs):

PO 1:It will make students able to understand the role of entrepreneurship in economic development.

PO 2:The students will be able to analyze the problems for women entrepreneur and recent trends in women entrepreneurship.

PO 3:The students will be able to define the meaning and types of business organizations.

PO 4: The students will be able to evaluate and adapt the qualities of entrepreneurs by taking a glance of life history of different famous entrepreneurs.

BBA (H) in FinanceProgram Outcome (POs):

PO 1:Understand the fundamentals of financial statements, including how the statements link and the key accounting principles that govern them

PO 2:Analyze the balance sheet of companies and assess their position

PO 3:Adjust and consistently analyze the income statement of companies and assess their performance

PO 4: Carry out ratio analysis and assess the drivers of performance

PO 5:Analyze the cash flow statement of companies and identify the cash flow drivers

PO 6:Interpret what the suitable adjustments and analysis indicate about the prospects for company

BBA (H) in FinanceProgram Specific Outcome (PSOs):

PO 1:Student will able to explain the conceptual framework of financial management.

PO 2:Student will able to apply financial information for decision making.

PO 3:Student will able to use theoretical information to determine financial plan and capital structure of the business.

PO 4:Students will able to evaluate financial performance of the business organization by using different evaluation techniques.

MBA in International Finance Program Outcome (POs):

PO 1:Managerial decision making through the application of knowledge of management discipline

PO 2:Develop skills for analyzing the business data, application of relevant analysis and problem solving

PO 3:Collaborate and lead teams across organizational boundaries and demonstrate leadership qualities, maximize the uses of diverse skills of team members in the related context.

PO 4:Student becomes competent to use technique of financial statement analysis to compare financial performance of the two or more organizations.

PO 5: 

PO 6:The course provides information and analysis on the latest developments in the world of finance, and their implications for business strategies. 

PO 7: To show an understanding of the theories of international finance and monetary issues and apply them to real world situations.

PO 8: Students will be able to differentiate the models with capital flows and show their relevance to the global financial crisis.

PO 9:Discuss the issues of international governance and management of financial flow.

MBA in International Finance Program Specific Outcome (PSOs):

PSO 1:The basic thrust of this course is to provide a framework within which the key global financial issues, including the operations of multinational companies, can be analysed. 

PSO 2:To provide an analytical training in the critical use of theories of international finance and to provide an opportunity for students to develop critical understanding of current policy debates on regional integration and globalisation, management of open developing economies with large external shocks, dynamics of currency and financial crises, management of exchange rates and capital accounts, international monetary and financial architecture, and other global economic issues. 

PSO 3: To make students understand theories as well as on evaluating these theoretical propositions in the light of empirical evidence and real world issues. 

Faculty List

S.No.

Faculty Name

Qualification

Designation

1.

Paresh Gupta

CA

Assistant Professor

2.

Pooja Gupta

Ph.D.

Associate Professor

3.

Priya Todwal

M.Com

Assistant Professor

4.

Ruchita Sharma

 C.A

Assistant Professor

5.

Shivi Saxena

Ph.D.

Associate Professor

ACHIEVEMENTS

ACCA Rankers:

  1. Shreyas Salecha – AIR 1 (F5, P5)
  2. Varsha Agarwal – AIR 3 & World Rank 3 (Strategic Business Reporting)
  3. Prachi Agarwal – AIR 1 (F6)
  4. Aashish Bohra – Fastest ACCA in 2 Years
  5. Devansh Maheshwari – AIR 1 (APM)
  6. Aryan Gupta – AIR 5 (AFM)
  7. Richa Kumbhat – AIR 3 (SBL)
  8. Drishti Khandelwal – AIR 2 (Audit)

 

Startup Founders from GCEC:

  1. Vrishabh- Founder of Artistik You
  2. Aashish Bohra- Founder of Jaipur Social
  3. Mahima Khandelwal- Founder of Bubble Bliss
  4. Abhinav Agarwal- Founder of Mittihub
  5. Puru Thakkar – Founder of Nyus News
  6. Bhavya Patni- Founder of Drawstones
  7. Udita Somani – Founder of Short Crust Jaipur
  8. Tushar Nandwani, Tanya Tekchandani – Founder of Partiana
  9. Aryan, Devansh, and Hitesh – Founder of FinSpace
  10. Aditya Khandelwal – Founder of Tasty Giants
  11. Hardik Singh Tanwar – Founder of Cajole Jewels
  12. Ishika Agarwal – Founder of Classic Curves
  13. Sparsh, Bhavya – Founder of Mobmistri
  14. Divyan Kapoor – Founder of Le Case DaGente
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