About the Department
The Department of Commerce at MVN University is committed to creating the best ever, positive, creative, fulfilling and great learning experience by striving to put students first in all its endeavours. It particularly strives:
- To impart state-of-art knowledge in subjects relating to Business Studies, Accountancy, Economics, Business and Company Law, Taxation, Auditing, Statistics, Mathematics, English, Entrepreneurship, Business Ethics and Business Communication Skills among others.
- To prepare and train students for higher education in Commerce and allied streams.
- To inculcate a sense of healthy competition among students through interpersonal learning.
- To impart to the students the requisite skills and competencies for employment in both national and international markets and also be self-sufficient for self-employment.
- • To nurture young minds and hearts into becoming not only subject experts but groom them into responsible, ethical and contributory members of the society, citizens of the nation and most of all good human beings by imparting knowledge about life skills and values of humanity.
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
The Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) course at MVN University is designed to provide outstanding, modernized, life and career-oriented, value based commerce education. These courses are particularly designed to make them more appropriate to meet the current requirements of the industry.
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
A candidate should have passed Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2) from Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E)/ Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) or an equivalent examination recognized as equivalent thereto by MVN University in commerce or science stream with at least overall aggregate of 50% marks (45% for SC/ST students) or an equivalent CGPA. Students who have appeared and are awaiting their 12th standard result are also eligible to apply.
At MVN University, Department of Commerce:
• We seek regular inputs and suggestions from industry experts in the realm of commerce to stay abreast with the latest industry requirements and trends to ensure the course structure remains updated.
• We ensure our commerce students are in tune with the contemporary issues in their respective subjects through regular guest lectures/workshops from experts in both academia and industry.
• We ensure our students get to develop communication and professional skills through both classroom lectures and regular workshops from outside experts on communication and personality development.
• We ensure that a student’s life is a balanced blend of both classroom lectures and practical exposure. Industrial visits are a regular feature for our commerce students to this end.
• We ensure that students are groomed for a career in commerce and not just a degree.
• Our faculty is extremely supportive and ensures all round development of the students through its endeavour towards counseling and mentoring exercises/sessions.
• Students can avail the library facility which has a rich collection of books on various subjects related to commerce and allied streams.
• Students get to hone their skills and enhance their subject knowledge as well as keep themselves updated through regular participation in Commerce News Update and Commerce Terminology activities.
• Students get to participate, showcase and nurture their talents by involving themselves in extracurricular activities.
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) course is a 3 year under-graduate program. The three year course is semester based with six semesters in all, two semesters per year of six months duration each. Pursuing B.Com Program after 10+2 opens gates of opportunities in various fields. The range of financial services is multiplying with a plethora of opportunities for the smart digital generation entering the workforce. B.Com is one of the few traditional courses which is in great demand and has umpteen takers amongst the student community due to its application-oriented approach. B.Com program at MVN University is a multi-disciplinary program consisting of subjects from areas such as – Accounting, Finance, Management, Economics, Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Applications, Business Values and Ethics, Entrepreneurial Development, Communication and Law. The program is complemented and strengthened by numerous co-curricular activities. The curriculum is designed keeping in view current market trends, adequately grooming the students in the skill sets that will help them deliver in an ever-changing global business environment with confidence.
After Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
Students can pursue higher studies in the some of the following streams after completing their Bachelor of Commerce program:
- Commerce: M.Com and M.Com in various areas of specialization
- Economics: MA Economics
- Management: MBA in different areas of specialization as Marketing, Human Resource, Finance and International Business etc.
- Statistics: M.Sc in Statistics
- Education: B.Ed.
- Computer Applications: MCA
- Chartered Accountancy (CA)
- Company Secretary (CS)
- Cost and Works Accountants (CWA)
- Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
- Investment Banking
- Securities Market
- Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection
- Mutual Funds
- Actuarial Science
- Insurance and Risk Management
Civil Services Examinations:
- Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS) etc.
Students can pursue a career in the following areas after completing their Bachelor of Commerce program among others:
- Banking Sector
- Budget Analysts
- Book Keepers
- Financial Accounting
- Cost Accounting
- Foreign Trade
The syllabus of both B.Com and M.Com course will be prescribed by the Board of Studies of the University. The University has laid special emphasis on value-added programmes and activities for the all round development of the students. Some of these include:
• Guest Lectures from Industry
• Business Quiz
• Business Games
• Business Etiquettes
• Group Discussions
• Case Studies
• Cultural Activities
• Industrial Visits
• Session on ‘Financial management, securities and related financial transactions – Do’s and Don’ts’ by Dr. Mukul Jain, Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) organized on 8th October 2014.
• Workshop cum Seminar on ‘Financial Planning and Valuation Myths’ by Mr. Varun Aggarwal, a renowned personality and founder of Profit ideas organized on 9th October 2014.
• Session on ‘Need of Stock Exchange and Financial Transaction’ by Mr. Harbinder Singh, Bombay Stock Exchange organized on 29th October 2014.
• Session on ‘Indian Democracy and Need of Leadership’ by Dr. Samir Kagalkar from MIT SOG on 11th November 2014.
• Session on Corporate Values and Ethics by Mr. Aman, NIIT Ltd. on 23rd April 2015
• Workshop on ‘Technical Analysis of Stocks” by Mr. Varun Aggarwal, a renowned personality and founder of Profit ideas organized on 4th May 2015.
Commerce News Update:
To keep our students updated on happenings around, students on rotational basis have been entrusted with the responsibility to collect and prepare the latest news on national and international business affairs which is displayed on the department notice board on a weekly basis.
Glimpses of Commerce News Update…..
The ABC of Accounting, Business Studies, Economics and Taxation
A group of students on rotational basis have been entrusted with the responsibility of picking and writing key terms related to the subject along with their meaning which are shared through the department notice board on a weekly basis.
Glimpses of Commerce Terminology: The ABC of Accounting, Business Studies, Economics and Taxation…..
MY VIEWPOINT COMPETITION on ‘Is E-Commerce bringing down the shopping mall fever?
To enable student understanding of the latest in their streams and bring together the elements of a fair and healthy competition and education, My Viewpoint Competition on ‘Is E-Commerce bringing down the shopping mall fever? was organized on 27th November 2014. Students participated enthusiastically and shared their view and ideas on the topic. It was a great learning ground for not only the participants but the non-participants too.
CORPORATE DRESSING COMPETITION
Corporate dressing refers to the art of dressing formally and correctly which not only reflects one’s personality but also of the organization the individual represents. Students got a feel of the corporate attire and its significance by participating in the corporate dressing competition organized for them on 27th November 2014. It was a great learning experience for them and students were extremely excited to dress-up in formal business attire.
ENGLISH SPELLATHON COMPETITION
To improve their English language spellings and test their English literacy progress, an English Spellathon Competition was organized for the students on 8th December 2014. It was a great fun activity in which students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. The students prepared for the contest using a word list which was provided by their teachers.
Winning teams of the English Spellathon Competition – Rashmi Arora, Kajal Rani, Pooja Yadav, Mayank Sapra, Nayana Dutta, Rekha Aggarwal, Sangeet Chauhan, Kapil Jain and Monika Taneja
Industrial visits play a vital role in students developmental activities chiefly to bridge the gap between what is taught and learnt in classrooms and how organizations really function. Thus students are given a practical exposure by regular Industrial Visits through the university corporate resource centre. An industrial visit was organized to Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on 15th December 2015. The visit brought greater clarity and understanding about the functioning of a Stock Exchange among the students. Another industrial visit was organized to Tarvo Ltd on 4th May 2015.
B.Com Students at Bombay Stock Exchange, New Delhi with Mr. Harbinder Singh
B.Com Students at Tarvo Ltd., Noida
BIZ-QUIZ a questions and answers activity (objective) designed to brighten and enhance business knowledge and skills among the student community was organized on 16th April 2015. It included questions from national and international current business affairs, famous business personalities, popular companies, business acronyms etc.
Pictionary Competition, a guessing game in which players attempt to identify words from pictures drawn by other players was organized for the students on 16th April 2015. It was based on subjects already taught to the students like Business Organization, Macro Economics, Cost Accounting, Business Law and Environmental Studies.
DUMB CHARADES COMPETITION
A Dum Charades Competition in which the word given to the participants is acted only, with no sound or lip movement was organized on 23rd April 2015. It too was based on the subjects already taught to the students.
Winning teams of Dumb Charades Competition – First Position – Vipul Garg and Sapna; Second Position – Sangeeta Chauhan and Rashmi Arora
The objective of the PFM is to provide a fair and transparent feedback about the progress of the students to the parents, and address specific parent queries, provide adequate counselling and solutions to any problems/issues in a positive and constructive way.