Department of Commerce with CA & IT

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The Department of Commerce with Computer Applications and Information Technology was established in 2019. Our department offers specialized programs tailored to meet the growing demand for expertise in both computer science and accounting. By combining technical skills in computer applications with a strong foundation in accounting and business, students obtain a dual qualification that enriches their understanding of both the business and IT sectors, providing ample opportunities for diverse career paths.

We prioritize fostering robust industry-institution interactions to deepen students’ grasp of accountancy along with computer applications and information technology. Our curriculum is designed to adapt to the ever-evolving finance and computer sectors, equipping students with the knowledge to design and develop e-commerce and e-business systems. It ensures an awareness of the latest trends in these rapidly evolving technologies. Moreover, the Department’s Master Marketer’s Club hosts weekly club activities aimed at instilling these skills and knowledge in students.

Programme(s) Offered

B.Com (Computer Applications)
B.Com (Information Technology)
M.Com (Computer Applications)


To foster academic, spiritual, social, and cultural values among students to cultivate self-reliance through high-quality education and diverse activities. Our aim is to nurture conscientious, accomplished leaders contributing positively to society.


1. To deliver exceptional academic education alongside enriching Add-on Courses, insightful Workshops, and engaging Guest Lectures by esteemed Personalities.
2. To foster meaningful industry-student connections through internships, empowering students with extensive knowledge, heightened competence, and a global perspective on discipline and confidence.
3. To offer a vibrant platform for students to showcase their talents and unleash their creativity.

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