School Of Commerce

Vision and Mission

Vision of the Department

To be a recognized leader in providing value based quality education to create professionals with integrity and social conscience

Mission of the Department

1. Impart knowledge, skill and attitude in students through adaptable learning environment towards fulfilling requirements of industry

2. Inculcate a spirit entrepreneurship and sensitizing students with societal values

3. Develop new programs and foster strategic collaborations to meet stakeholder requirements

Graduate Attributes of the Department

GA1

Domain knowledge

GA2

Leadership skills

GA3

Problem solving skills

GA4

Communication skills

GA5

Flexibility/Adaptability

GA6

Interpersonal skills

GA7

Societal skills

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE

The Under Graduate students from Presidency University after few years of completion of the program shall:

BBA

PEO 1 : Demonstrate innovative skills, moral ethical values as successful business administrator

PEO 2 : Engage in lifelong learning through higher studies and professional development

PEO 3 : Serve the society as creative and effective entrepreneur.

BBA (Aviation Management)

PEO 1 : Expertise in the areas of airport operations with interpersonal skills, entrepreneurship, and marketing.

PEO 2 : Equipped with the tools to recognize and deal with problems in aviation industry using their managerial skills.

PEO 3 : Be skilled professionals for the aviation sector and allied fields of travel and tourism.

B.Com

PEO 1 : To work in a company where the business is continuously expanding and growth prospects are good in the areas of banking, accounting and finance.

PEO 2 : To appear for Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) and subsequently complete articleship, so as to enable to go for final CA

PEO 3 : To demonstrate professional expertise in financial planning, analysis, control, decision support and professional ethics with the employees

PEO 4 : Practice the accounting, taxation, reporting and compliance knowledge in accounting firms, KPOs and the hard core finance and account profile

B.Com (Honors)

PEO 1 : Become the full-fledged accounting and finance professionals.

PEO 2 : Apply the practical knowledge gained over the years in the field of auditing, tax filing, share market and other finance related services.

PEO3 : Excel as the Fellow and Associate of CMA.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

On successful completion of the UG program from Presidency University, the student shall possess:

BBA

PO 1 : An ability to integrate functional knowledge and apply managerial skills in improving business environment.

PO 2 : An ability to identify various management function problems in different management functions and solve through strategic planning, critical thinking and innovation.

PO 3 : An ability to effectively communicate with different stakeholders.

PO 4 : An ability to realize and follow professional and ethical principles.

PO 5 : An ability to demonstrate commitment to continuous learning.

PO 6 : An ability to function in multidisciplinary teams.

PO 7 : An ability and desire to go for higher education in business administration.

BBA (Aviation Management)

PO 1 : An ability to acquire knowledge and skills in the field of aviation management.

PO 2 : An ability to apply the managerial skills for effective aviation management.

PO 3 : An ability to acquire employability skills through the practical awareness in airport and aircrafts on aviation management.

PO 4 : Develop legal and ethical value for management and operation of aviation activities.

PO 5 : An ability to realize and follow professional and ethical principles.

PO 6 : An ability to demonstrate commitment to continuous learning.

PO 7 : An ability to function in multidisciplinary teams.

B.Com

PO 1 : An ability to understand the core discipline of professional accounting.

PO 2 : An ability to apply the knowledge of accounting and technical skills in real life.

PO 3 : An ability to realize and follow professional and ethical principles.

PO 4 : An ability to demonstrate commitment to continuous learning.

PO 5 : An ability to acquire contemporary issues.

PO 6 : An ability to function in multidisciplinary teams.

PO 7 : An ability and desire for higher education in Commerce

B.Com (Honors)

PO 1 : An ability to apply knowledge and skills of accounting and finance in areas of business operations

PO 2 : An ability to identify, evaluate and resolve real-time business problems with the specialized knowledge developed through practical training.

PO 3 : An ability and desire for higher studies or professional certification like Chartered Accountant/ Cost and Management Accountant/ Company Secretary.

PO 4 : An ability to realize and follow professional and ethical principles.

PO 5 : An ability to demonstrate commitment to continuous learning.

PO 6 : An ability to function in multidisciplinary teams.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

On successful completion of the UG program from Presidency University, the student shall possess:

BBA

PSO 1 : An ability to apply a significant amount of knowledge in the domains like HR management, Marketing, Supply chain & Logistics management and Business Analytics.

PSO 2 : Ability to understand the management skills through internship training.

PSO 3 : An ability to start a new entrepreneurial journey or support family business.

BBA (Aviation Management)

PSO 1 : Ability to apply the concept of aviation management principles.

PSO 2 : Ability to understand the management skills through internship training.

PSO 3 : Demonstrate critical thinking skills in understanding managerial issues and problems related to aviation and allied industries.

B.Com

PSO 1 : Demonstrate knowledge and skills sets in the areas of accounting

PSO 2 : Ability to apply knowledge in the fields of accounting and taxation as a practitioner or as a professional.

PSO 3 : Ability to further the horizon of accounting, finance, banking, insurance, corporate accounting and taxation.

B.Com (Honors)

PSO 1 : Ability to apply the knowledge of the corporate accounting in professional career.

PSO 2 : Ability to analyze the multi-dimensional business situations and assess the financial health of companies.

PSO 3 : Ability to asses the economic, social and environmental issues related to business in financial terms.

Course Outcomes of all the Courses in AY 2020-21 ODD SEMESTER
School of Commerce and Economics
Name Qualification Designation
Dr.Balu.L MBA, PGDIM. M.Phil, P.hD HOD, Associate Professor
Dr. Anupam Tyagi P.hD Professor
Dr.Mounica M.Com, MBA, PGDHRM, P.hD Assistant Professor
Prof. Sivakrishna.G M.Com, MBA Assistant Professor
Prof.Praphul MBA Assistant Professor
Prof. Rajalakshmi.K M.Com Senior Lecturer

Current Affairs

Current affairs revolve around happenings in different field related to national, international, economy, sports, science and technology, environment. Reach of Current affairs is wider and deep affecting all and sundry. Current Affairs enclose within its fold incidents occurring in different categories as well as related developments.

Importance/Need of current affairs

  • Keep the students up to date information
  • To prepare the students for tomorrow
  • To develop insight into the democratic process
  • To develop interested, attitude and skillfully students
  • To develop abroad mental horizon
  • To prepare students for better social living
  • To integrate the past and the present

Objectives

  • To promote interest in current affairs
  • To promote the grow in desirable skills
  • To help relating school Learning to life outside the Univesity

Tools of current affairs:

  • Newspaper reading
  • Radio listening
  • News making
  • Abbreviations
  • The five W,H type questions
  • Local, regional, national, international events discussions

Co-Curricular Activities

Co-curricular activities facilitate in the development of various domains of mind and personality such as intellectual development, emotional development, social development, moral development and aesthetic development. Creativity, Enthusiasm, and Energetic, Positive thinking are some of the facets of personality development and the outcomes of extracurricular activities.

Examples and Types of Co-curricular Activities

§ Musical activities

§ Debate

§ Model

§ Art

§ Music

§ Drama

§ Debate and discussion

§ Essay writing competition

§ Art craft

§ Recitation competition

§ Wall magazine decoration

§ Writes ups for department or university magazine

§ Folk songs

§ University decoration

§ Preparation of chart & models

§ Album making

§ Organization exhibitions.

§ Celebration of festival

Importance and Benefits of Co-curricular Activities

1. Co-curricular activities stimulate playing, acting, singing, recitation, speaking and narrating in students.

2. It enables the students to express themselves freely through debates.

3. Helps to develop the spirit of healthy competition.

4. These activities guide students how to organize and present an activity, how to develop skills, how to co-operate and co-ordinate in different situations-all these helps in leadership qualities.

5. It provides the avenues of socialization, self-identification and self-assessment

6. Inculcate the values to respects other’s view and feeling.

7. It makes you perfect in decision making.

8. It develop a sense of belongingness.

9. CCA provide motivation for learning.

10. CCA develop the values like physical, psychological, Ethical, academic, civic, social, aesthetic, cultural recreational and disciplinary values

CLUB ACTIVITIES

The dynamism of academic life spills out of the classrooms. It is a credit to the mental and intellectual focus of the students that many of the clubs are extensions of their academic and career aspirations. There are several annual ‘fests’ and entertainment events organized by the institution every year. Students’ clubs provide a forum for interaction among themselves and the outside world events, however varied, it may be formal or informal, but brings out the passion in youngsters and develop their organizational skills. The clubs bring about a good balance of work, fun and leisure activities and ensure the all-round development of students. It makes industry ready where students are planning to establish their career. It also facilitate start up initiatives of young minds.

Importance of Student Clubs:

Students’ Clubs are the main hub of student activity. They provide an outlet and a stage for the creative juices of young minds and hearts. The clubs give you the chance to apply classroom learning in the outside world. This helps you to gain invaluable leadership as well as life skills. In addition to connecting other students who have similar interests, students’ clubs make students to interact with alumni and professionals in their fields of interest.

Benefits of Students Clubs:

• Students’ clubs enrich your experience, create a diverse community, encourage involvement, and provide opportunities for students to build valuable skills.

• This helps you to build formal and informal networks while exploring career opportunities.

• Open to all students, these clubs organize programs, events, and meetings throughout the academic year. Clubs listed here are officially recognized.

The following are the various Clubs of the department

Event Management Club

Humor Club

Green Club

Literary Club

Young Entrepreneurs Club

Finance Club

Marketing Club

HR Club

Club for Cyber/Information Technology aspirants

Mentoring

The purpose of having the Mentoring sessions by class coordinator and Head of the Department is to prepare students for successful careers in the domain areas by integrating academic learning with real-world experiences and to become a model for workforce readiness, embraced by the community.

The goals and objectives of the mentor relationship in department is to

Help identify career paths for students and support students' personal growth.

Provide an opportunity for students to learn and practice professional networking skills.

Equip students with the understanding and tools to make ethical and informed decisions.

Shape students into confident graduates with excellent leadership, communication, critical thinking, professionalism and other skills important to the transition to the world of work.

Help students identify and pursue opportunities for employment related to their degrees.


Community Service

( A Presidency University Initiative )

Community Service in School of Commerce & Economics (SOCE) is strength equipped by our students as a part of Life Long Learning and Life Skill Learning for inclusive growth of Students, Department, University, State and Country as a whole. It is done as a part of Vision of Presidency University as well as a mission of our department. It is done near the area or locality where Presidency Group of Institutions are located, so our own community reaps the benefits of our work.

Through Community service we are planning to help different groups of people: children, senior citizens, and people with disabilities, even animals and the environment. Community service is often organized through a local group, such as a place of worship, school, or non-profit organization, or can start own community service projects. Presidency University School of Commerce is adopting to extend community service through Presidency Group of Schools. Community service can even involve raising funds by donating used goods or selling used good like clothing.

We in School of Commerce want to make it as a best practice by way of contributing back to society at large with the initiatives of young minds of our department collaborating with Presidency Schools. Today even higher education authorities like UGC and AICTE insist on these type of initiatives by Universities at State, National and Global Level by awarding credits to students. It is an initiative of Mr.Salman Ahmed, Vice President, Presidency University and his Mentor Dr.Balu.L, HOD, School of Commerce, Presidency University.

Objectives of volunteering for Community service:

  • Give students a way to help others
  • Helps improve your community
  • Strengthen students resume
  • Life skills
  • Results in personal growth
  • Gives a way to gain work experience and learn more about certain jobs
  • Gain societal and interpersonal skills and so on.

List of community services which can be started with brainstorming depending on the feasibility of time, support from stakeholders and availability of facilities to run such campaigns or marathons. Schools can add any time new initiatives in the list.

General Ideas

  • Organize a community blood drive
  • Contact a plant farm about donating plants to nursing homes, hospitals, or to families who can’t afford to buy their own, schools etc.
  • Help register people to vote
  • Help deliver meals and gifts to patients at a local hospital
  • Organize financial literacy campaign.
  • Tutor children during or after school
  • · Organize a Special Olympics event for children and teenagers
  • · Work with the local health department to set up an immunization day or clinic to immunize children against childhood diseases
  • Helping Senior Citizens

  • o Read to residents at a nursing home
  • o Deliver groceries and meals to elderly neighbors
  • o Teach computer skills to the elderly
  • o Drive seniors to doctor appointments
  • o Host a holiday meal for senior citizens
  • o Make birthday cards for the elderly
  • o Organize a family day for residents of a retirement home and relatives to play games together

Helping Animals and the Environment

  • Take care of cats and dogs at an animal shelter
  • Clean up a local park
  • Plant a tree
  • Sponsor a recycling contest
  • Participate in the cleanup of a local river, pond, or lake
  • Foster animals that shelters don’t have space for
  • Organize a carpool to reduce car emissions
  • Volunteer at a nature camp and teach kids about the environment
  • Helping the Hungry and/or Homeless
  • Donate old clothes
  • Donate old eyeglasses to an organization that collects that and distributes them to people in need
  • Donate non-perishable food to a food bank
  • Donate blankets to a homeless shelter
  • Host a Thanksgiving dinner for people who may not be able to afford their own
  • Make “care kits” with shampoo, toothbrushes, combs, etc. to donate to homeless shelters
  • Prepare a home-cooked meal for the residents of a nearby homeless shelter
  • Help repair or paint a local homeless shelter
  • Help organize and sort donations at a homeless shelter
  • Make first aid kits for homeless shelters

Promoting Safety

  • Organize a self-defense workshop
  • Organize a drug-free campaign
  • Teach a home-alone safety class for children
  • Create a TV or radio public service announcement against drug and alcohol use

Promoting Community Enhancement

  • Paint park benches
  • Donate used books to your local library
  • Plant flowers in bare public areas
  • Clean up vacant lot
  • Produce a neighborhood newspaper
  • Campaign for more lighting along poorly lit streets
  • Clean up after a natural disaster
  • The success of these voluntary activities depends on planning, organizing, communicating without barriers, owning the programs, belongingness, most importantly an humble heart to give back to society and mother nature.

    Time Frame

    2nd, 4th and 5th Saturdays of every Month.

    9am to 1pm.

    Campaigns/Services on serious environmental issues will not have any time frame.

    Profile of Students

    1 year BBA and B.Com Students

    Number of Students taking part in community services

    Around 350 students along with school student and faculty volunteers of respective schools.