Departments


  • Commerce
    • The Department of Commerce:

      Introduction

      The Department of Commerce at Government Degree College, Kukatpally has chartered its journey in the year 2008 and successfully mentored eleven batches of students with an impeccable academic laurels. The department offered B. Com General, Computers and Computer Applications for the first ten years in both Telugu and English media, but confined itself to B. Com Computer Applications in English medium with effect from the academic year 2019 to meet the ever growing demand of Commerce papers integrated with the computer applications. The Department of Commerce presently envelops more than five hundred students hailed with different socio economic conditions and replicates huge regional diversity.  

      The Faculty

      The Department of Commerce has got four core subject teachers with hands on experience dealing with Commerce papers along with five other teachers to teach Computer Science, Telugu, Hindi and English. Thus, Department of Commerce has been consistently maintaining the healthy student teacher ratio of 55:1 throughout the coursework of B. Com.

      Competencies of Core Teachers at a Glance

      The average work experience of Commerce teachers at the Government Degree College, Kukatpally is twenty years with expertise in UG and PG papers strewn into Accountancy, Law, Finance, Marketing , Banking and Computers. The following table provides a bird eye view on the core competencies of the teachers of Commerce Department.

       

      S.No

      Name

      Qualifications

      Experience in years

      Areas of Interest

      1

      Ms. R. Karuna

      M. Com, NET, (Ph.D)

      17 years

      Statistics& Taxation

      2

      Mr. N. Suresh

      M. Com, MBA, M,Phil, NET, (Ph.D)

      17 years

      Corporate Laws& Banking

      3

      Dr. K. Salaiah

      M. Com, MBA, LLB, Ph.D, NET

      25 years

       Marketing &  Auditing

      4

      Ms. G. Amaravathi

      M. Com, B. Ed, APSET, ( Ph.D)

      17 years

      Accounting& Costing

       

      Facilities at the Disposal of Students

      The Department of Commerce has got a separate computer lab with contemporary configuration of ERPs like Tally and statistical packages to proffer in-house training to the students with a good volume of books in all the core subjects. The research papers published by the teachers are also made available to students to inculcate the interest on thought provoking domains of Commerce among the students.

      Best Practices of the Department

      The Department of Commerce has got innumerable best practices to its credit of which, “Commerce Week” and “ Explore”  deserves special emphasis. The “ Commerce Week is one best practice under which the department conducts various co curricular and extracurricular activities in the first week of November and encourages the non Commerce students also to participate to hone their skills in Commerce. An another best practice “ Explore” encourages the students to scrupulously study the publications of faculty and write their opinion on the tenets they understood from such publication. It helps the students to proactively involve in the research activities along with the teachers. The Department of Commerce has also fostered “ Discourse” an another best practices under which the students are motivated to participate in group discussion. The uniqueness of the practice is that, the students are given liberty to decide the topic of discourse.

      Other Wings under the Aegis of Commerce Department

      The Department of Commerce takes pride navigating Entrepreneurial Development Cell and Consumer Club of the college. Dr. K. Salaiah, a senior teacher of the department is vested with the responsibility of mentoring the Entrepreneurial Development Cell and Mr. N. Suresh is entrusted to look after the Consumer Club of the college. Ms.G.Amaravathi undertook the responsibility of coordinating online certificate courses offered in collaboration with IIT, Bombay and Ms.R.Karuna provides her peerless extension services to the college on the issues pertaining to the tax obligations.

      Achievements of the Department

      The students of B. Com final year have won the state first prize in Jignasa, a unique programme incarnated by the Commissionerate of Collegiate Education to encourage the student study projects. The department also takes pride to reckon that two students have won medals in interstate boxing and weight lifting competitions held at various places of the country.

      Future Plans

      • Offering certificate courses in stock markets and EDPs.
      • Launching BBM and B.Com General
      • Conducting interstate workshops and national seminars to create strong interface between the students and industry.
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