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  • Commerce
    •  NEW GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, GOLCONDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE PROFILE OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE  To provide holistic learning environment through value based commerce education and transform the learners into commerce professionals HISTORY The department of commerce of New GDC for Women, Golconda established in 2015. Affillitated to Osmania University. And follows choice based credit system adopted by the university. The new program is structured on semester basis which runs through 3 years from the entry level. VISION  To impart quality commerce education to rural and economically weaker students.  To provide interest in commerce related subjects in higher education to make them more competitive. MISSION  To provide education not only to acquire knowledge but also to inculcate a sound philosophy for a holistic living.  To encourage self evaluation personality development and guide the students to strive towards perfection. ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES The Core Papers (New CBCS System) The Core Papers (New CBCS System)-2019-2020 (Semester system). The Core Papers (New CBCS system)-2020-2021 (Semester System) The Core Papers (New CBCS system)-2021-2022 (Semester System) B.com(G) & B.Com(CA) – E/M&UM The Core Papers (old system)-2015-2018 – Annual Pattern he Core Papers (New CBCS System)-2016-2018 (Semester system) COURSE OUTCOMES OF Commerce I-YEAR SEMESTER- I On completion of the courses students will be able DSC101 – Know fundamentals of Accounts DSC102–Get knowledge of Business Organizations and their management DSC103–Know basics of Information Technology I –YEAR SEMESTER- II On completion of the courses students will be able: DSC201-To know fundamentals of accounts in detail DSC202- To understand Business Laws DSC203-To get knowledge of programming in JAVA II YEAR SEMESTER-III On completion of the courses students will be able: DSC301-To know in detail Advanced Accounting DSC302-To do various techniques in Business Statistics DSC303-To know more about Data Base Management System II- YEAR SEMESTER- IV On completion of the courses students will be able: DSC401-To know in detail about Income Tax DSC402-To do various techniques in Business Statistics - II DSC403-To know more about Web Technologies III-YEAR- SEMESTER-V On completion of the courses students will be able: DSE501-To know in detail about Cost Accounting DSE502-To have a knowledge of Computerized Accounting DSE503-To know more about Mobile Applications III YEAR - SEMESTER-VI On completion of the courses students will be able: DSE501-To know in detail about Cost Control &Management Accounting DSE502-To have a knowledge of Theory and Practice of GST DSE503-To know more about Multimedia Systems Group 2015-16 2016-17 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020 2020-21 2021-22 B.com(G) E/M 56 59 59 Gen: 45 Com:59 CA 114 Readmission 4 94 - B.com(G) U/M 13 18 08 Gen:03 - - - B.com(CA) E/M - - - - - - - Total 69 77 67 107 118 94 146 Admissions Group 2015-16 2016-17 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020 2020-21 2021-2022 BC 02 12 17 27 30 27 30 SC - 01 01 03 07 03 06 ST - - - - - - 02 Gen 67 64 49 77 81 64 108 Total 69 77 67 107 118 94 146 Category wise Admissions Designation Sanctioned Filled Professors Nil Nil Associate Professors Nil Nil Assistant Professors 3 1 NUMBER OF TEACHING POSTS: Name Qualificatio n Designatio n Specialization No. of Years of Experience No. of Ph.D Students guided for the last 4 years. Dr. K.Praneetha M.Com., Ph.D Asst. Prof. in Commerce Cost Accounting 11 - K.Haritha M.Com, SET Lecturer in Commerce Cost Accounting 9 - Mrs. IshrathUnnisa M.Com, B.Ed&C.L.I.S c Lecturer in commerce Cost Accounting 12 - Mrs. Afroz Banu M.Com, B.Ed Lecturer in Commerce Cost Accounting 05 - Dr. N.Jaishree M.Com,LL.B Ph.D Asst.Prof. in Commerce Finance 17 - B. Suchetha M.Com, M.phil, SET Asst. Prof in Commerce Accountancy 16 - Faculty Profile Name of The faculty Research papers Workshops/ seminars Papers presented N. JAISHREE 06 52 16 DR. PRANITHA 04 17 05 Participation in National Level Webinar Certificates of Paper presentations, Conferences, Seminar, & Workshops Publications of the Departments Certificates of Paper presentations, Conferences, Seminar, & Workshops Paper presented in 15th International Conference STUDENTS STUDY PROJECTS 1. Student study project on “ROLE OF BANKING IN INDIA” (2017-18) 2. Student study project on “GST IN INDIA – A BASIC STUDY “(2018-19) 3. Presented student study project “ A Study on Consumer Perception on Online Shopping “ at State level, (JIGNASA 2019-20) 4. Student study project on “A Study on Exim Bank other Finance Schemes provide RefinanceFacilities for MSME Sector (JIGNASA 2020-21) Commerce Department Teaching Faculty with Students Activities to be Undertaken by the Department of Commerce for the year, 2021-2022. Student Study Projects. Student Centric Methods of Teaching (Experiential Learning/Participative/Problem Solving Methodologies)-example; Student Seminar Student Assignments. Students Quizzes. Students Talks Students Discussions. Students as Teacher. Remedial Teaching Class. Extension Lectures. Students participation in Talk

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