Department of Commerce

About

The Department of Commerce was established on 1st December, 1980.The Department provides instruction for two years course of Master of Commerce (M.Com.) Degree by papers/by Research. For the M.Com. Degree by papers a student has to study three compulsory papers and has to select optional subject with five papers from a wide range of optional subject namely (i) Business Management (ii) Banking and Finance.The Department admits students for research leading to the Ph.D. Degree. A wide range of industrial, banking,finance and business management topics are covered under Ph.D. programme.
The Department is the most active one with tremendous potential for growth. At present, the Department admits students for the M.Com., M.Phil., and Ph.D. Degrees. The Department offers specialization in areas most relevant to the city of Mumbai, the Financial Capital of the country viz. Business Management and Banking Finance. The Department provides instruction for two years M.Com. Degree (By papers / By research). In the M.Com. Degree by papers the students have to study three compulsory papers and have to select five papers from a wide range of optional subjects viz. Business Management and Banking and Finance.

Post Graduate Course

Programme Name: M.Com
Course Structure
The course of M.Com. consists of 3 compulsory papers and 5 Papers in each Optional Group. Student has to select any one of the optional group of papers.
Compulsory Papers
Strategic Management
Economics of Global Trade and Finance
Research Methodology in Commerce
Optional Group of Papers
Business Management
Banking and Finance
Advanced Accountancy

Examination Scheme
A candidate for being eligible for admission to Part-I of the examination shall have kept two terms subsequent to his/her passing the Bachelor of Commerce Examination.

Standard for Passing Examination : 
To pass the Part I examination, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the marks in each of the paper prescribed for the examination.

M.Com. Part-II

Compulsory Paper
1) Research Methodology in Commerce
Optional Papers
Business Management :Paper III Organisational Behavior
Paper IV International Marketing
Paper V Entrepreneurial Management
Banking & Finance : Paper III Financial Markets
Paper IV International Finance
Paper V Investment Management
Ph.D. (in Commerce)

 

Admission Procedure
Admission in the Department of Commerce is based on Merit

 

Fee structure

Tuition Fee Ist and IInd Term

Rs.1000/-

Rs.1000/-

Application Form Fee

Rs.100/-

P.G. Registration

Rs.800/-

Registration Form Fee

Rs.15/-

Caution Money Deposit

Rs.10/-

Rs.10/-

Library Fee

Rs.200/-

Rs. 200/-

Students Union Fee

Rs.10/-

Rs.10/-

Cult. Activities Fee

Rs.16/-

Rs.16/-

Gymkhana Fee

Rs.125/-

Rs.125/-

E-Charge

Rs.20/-

Rs.20/-

Disaster Fee

Rs.10/-

Rs.10/-

Group Insurance Fee

Rs.20/-

Rs.20/-

Total

Rs.2226/-

Rs. 1511/-

Syllabus for Post Graduation

Syllabus and Credit Scheme
The syllabi in the papers prescribed for the M.Com. examination can be obtained from the office of the University Department of Commerce.
M. Com.:- PART I – Syllabus and Examination
Compulsory Papers :
1. Strategic Management
2. Economics of Global Trade and Finance
Optional Group : 
1. Business Management Paper-I Human Resource ManagementPaper-II Marketing Strategies and plans
2. Banking and Finance Paper-I Commercial Banks ManagementPaper-II Financial Banks Management
3. Accountancy Paper-I Advanced Financial AccountingPaper-II Advanced Cost Accounting

Teaching Staff

Teaching StaffSpecialisationExperience
CMA  Dr. Kinnarry Thakkar.
M.Com. (Gold Medalist),
ACMA., C.S., Ph.D., MBA (Finance)
Associate Professor  & Head,
Department of Commerce.
Accountancy , Finance and Taxation,14 Years
Dr. Sangeeta N. Pawar
M.Com., LL.B.,Ph.D. Associate Professor,
Department of Commerce.
Human Resource Management, Strategic Management ,
Marketing, Entrepreneurship Management, International Marketing,
Organizational Behaviour, Banking and Finance
18 years