B.Com Computer Application Model II

The Department of Commerce ( Computer Application) was established in the year 2016. The
department aims at contributing effective, supportive, accessible and affordable knowledge, skill
and education in accounting, finance and computer application in trade and business to inspire
and empower our students to respond to the challenges in the corporate world.
Department is committed to implement a student centered learning process, which is intended to
address the distinct learning needs of the student. Various methods used by teachers to encourage
independent student-centered learning processes for students. Every semester, the department
conducts Webinar regarding the core subjects, in order to guide the students to create new ideas.
Add-on courses for skill development and soft skill programmes are provided for the students.
Special invitees and resource persons interact with students to extend the knowledge. The add-on
courses, webinars and online courses are helpful to the individual development of students. The
department ensures the participation of students in connection with the learning process. ICT
enabled tools are used for students centered learning systems.


● To train the students to productively deal with the latest developments in contemporary,
National and global level through the effective transaction of the curricular and non
curricular aspects.
● To mould the students in several positions in various organisations at the local, National
and international level.
● To produce commerce graduates by inculcating skills like, problem solving and
● To introduce innovations in teaching and learning, Research and extension activities in
order to realise National goals which includes the adoption and promotion of knowledge
output for human development.

Programme Type

: Under Graduate Programme Self Financing


: B.Com ( Computer Application )

: Core Course: Computer

: Vocational Course Mathematics & Statics


: A pass in +2, V.H.S.E or equivalent with Book-keeping and Accountancy and any two of the following subjects, viz., (1) Commerce (2) Commercial Correspondence and Commercial Geography (3) Economics (4) Life Insurance with Salesmanship and (5) Banking with Secretarial Practice (6) Business Studies (7) Maths (8) Computer Science (9) Computer Applications (10) Informatics practice and management (11) Management (12) Accountancy as optional under part III of the Examinations.

: OR Who have passed plus two or equivalent examination recognized by the university with other subjects under part 111 optional provided they have secured 45 percentage of the aggregate


: 100 Seats