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Academic Excellence: The department strives to impart knowledge in the field of commerce with the prime purpose of achieving excellence in the quality of commerce environment. The department emphasis on self-sufficiency, independent approach, out of box vision, having a capability of undertaking professional commitments with positive aptitude, creative thinking, and corporate leadership.

Life Skills: The department imparts adequate inputs such that a trainee is capable of handling commerce-related activities with desirable and appropriate skills without having to undergo any additional training or workshop. It is a concerted effort on the part of the faculty to ensure that the skill levels attained by the trainee are well over the above average capabilities required by a student to enable a smooth transition from the learning stage to implementation and conceptual stage.

Character Formation: A student is fortified extensive counseling towards personalization of genuine religious and moral values necessary for a focused and a balanced mind such that all decisions taken within the ambit of the working environment are logical, accurate and fruitful.

Social Concern: A student is prepared to operate within a current social environment with a sense of justice, fair approach, target oriented and result oriented. In this, the student is made alive to the prevailing social responsibility aspects of the business environment in the country. A student is lead into dovetailing his professional wisdom to that of the social consciousness required for a stable business environment. Developing a practical awareness of the prevailing social conditions and commitment to the cause of social justice.

Pedagogy: From the traditional lecture method to the contemporary classes equipped with computer/internet, a variety of teaching methods are used as per the requirements of the topic and the need of individual students to help them develop the skills they need to become an effective professional. The teaching methods adopted are further clubbed with relevant case discussions or workshops, field visits, and role-playing.

Beyond the Classroom:

  • Various in-house workshops, lectures, conferences, and seminars are conducted to provide a practical insight into the commercial environment. These are not only restricted to the professional curriculum but also conducted for the overall development of the students as a sound professional.
  • In order to widen the scope of the curriculum, a large number of industrial visits are also undertaken so that the student at a later date is mentally fortified and enabled to face the practical and operational side of the industry.

Learning from Leaders:

  • A number of guest lectures are conducted where the students had the opportunity to interact directly with the leading luminaries of the corporate and academic world which enabled them to understand how the external environment operates.
  • To widen the horizon of education, various seminars are conducted where the students interact first hand with the external agencies to understand not only conceptual but also the application of the subject in the outside world.

S. No

Name of the company visited

Semester of students

Faculty members accompanied the visit


Avon Selaqui


Tour In charge:

Faculties Accompanied:

Ms. Ekta Johar


Avon Selaqui


Tour In charge:

Faculties Accompanied:

Mr Kartikey Raina

Ms. Ekta Johar


Anchal Diary, Rudrapur.


Tour In charge:

Faculties Accompanied:

Ms. Kanika Dhawan





Tour In charge:

Faculties accompanied

Ms. Kanika Dhawan


Amber Enterprises



The department of commerce had organised a poster making and slogan writing competition on the topic of “PEACE”. It was a relevant theme considering that the whole world is marred by violence. A total of 64 students took part in the competition and using colour variations they portrayed their imagination on paper and exhibited their creative talent. In poster making ,Riya Yadav and Kriti of Sem 2B secured 1st position . In slogan writing , Riya Chauhan and Rishi Vig of Sem 2C got 1st position.

The competition was like an extravaganza for the young artist and left everyone spell bound. It was like the colours of rainbow blended with exuberance and uniqueness spread over paper sheets. The efforts were heartily appreciated by the judges and faculty members of the department. All the posters and slogans are exhibited in the CS/IT auditorium so that students can have a look at the amazing work of the commerce brigade.

Commerce students organize Out-bound activity trip to Rishikesh

One day trip to Rishikesh  was organized by Department of Commerce on 9, February, 2019 for  II Sem and IV Sem students. Around   87 students visited Rishikesh.

During the trip  students  visited Laxman Jhula and participated in adventure sports  and played games . They also enjoyed a bonfire with music over evening snacks.

Department of commerce organized an intra departmental speech competition today in the seminar hall in the CS/IT  department. 13 enthusiastic students spoke vibrantly and proudly on the 70th year of Indian Republic. The words took everyone down the memory lane on the efforts and pain taken in the formation of the constitution and raised issues on the contemporary situation , where often a common person's fundamental rights are sidelined.

The young and charged commerce brigade was heartily cheered and applauded by the audience. The event was co-ordinated by Dr. Ambica Prakash Mani and the winners were Ms. Shruti Singhal of Sem II C and Sristi Verma of sem IV A.

Students of B.Com (Hons) visited Himalayan Drugs Company on 16th of Aug 2018

Dr. Rupa Khanna edited Book chapters of 'International Business' authored by Prof. Charles W. Hill (Foster School of Business, University of Washington) and published by McGraw Hill Publications.

Dr. Rupa Khanna was invited to deliver a lecture on Digital India by Niti Aayog and Dias Foundation in Uttarakhand Sustainable Development Festival, Champawat.

Dr. Amar Johri recieved prestigious 'Kayasth Gaurav Samman' by Kayasth Chetna Manch Bareilly on 4th Feb, 2018 

Nidhi Kumari:           Silver Medallist in National Games Taekwondo 2015.

SabhyaMorya:          Facilitated by our Honourable Prime Minister Shri Narender Modi on Children's Day.

TarishiVashishtha:  Best advocacy award in National Level Debate Competition organised by Pantnagar University.

Manish Bhandari:    Runner up in National Indoor Cricket Association Championship held at jaipur.

Vatsala Sharma:      Received Gold Medal  for best performance in the workshop on technical analysis organised by Bombay Stock Exchange.

Raghav Bhatia:         Received Gold Medal  for best performance in the workshop on technical analysis organised by Bombay Stock Exchange.

Chetna Taneja:         Received Silver Medal for best performance in the workshop on technical analysis organised by Bombay Stock Exchange.

Prerna Gupta:           Received  bronze medal  for best performance in the workshop on technical analysis organised by Bombay Stock Exchange.

Saumya Gupta:        She  got shortlisted in top 50 teams and got second position in” National Sustainability Case Challenge 2017-18” a UG level                                                  contest that was organized by BIMTECH  Noida.

Rupanshi Singh:       Secured 1st position in the group dance during Annual Techno Cultural Festival (Chiffesto-18) organised at National Institute                                              of Technology Uttrakhand.

Priyal Jain:                Secured 1st position in the group dance during Annual Techno cultural Festival (Chiffesto-18) organised at National Institute                                                of Technology Uttrakhand.

Total No. of Publications in SCOPUS Indexed Journals (in last 3 years) - 19