Master of Commerce is a postgraduate Masters Degree focusing on commerce, management- and economics-related subjects. The Master of Commerce typically requires two years of full-time study. The curriculum is usually concentrated on one subject area: such as accounting, actuarial science, business management, corporate governance, human resource management, economics, statistics, finance or marketing and emphasizes underlying theory. The program usually includes a thesis component and may be exclusively research based. The course serves the needs of academics as well and prepares students for research and teaching in business studies.

The course on English engages with literatures and cultures in English or translated into English and interprets and formulates cultural theories. The subject is also a study of not only how language is used in literature but also of the (a) intimate connection between language and culture; (b) the displacement of language by hegemonic structures; (c) the significance of language in formulating, spreading and continuing ideas; (d) the imperial-colonial debates centred on language. In its concerns with literature, the subject engages with (a) processes of creativity and of appreciation i.e., poetics and aesthetics; (b) comparative literature across languages and cultures; (c) the act of literary representation and of methodologies, traditions and schools of interpretation; (d) the connection between visual representation, verbal image building and the nature of the mimetic act; and (e) with the politics of language.

This programme aims to provide a historically based overview of the literature of all periods, together with opportunities to specialise in particular periods of literature, in modern English language, and in non-period courses. Students are encouraged to develop their own interests and may choose from a wide variety of specialisms.

B.Com(Other Commerce Subjects)- Stands for Bachelor of Commerce in other subjects. Typically, B.Com is a 3 year course, minimum eligibility for which is (10+2) pass. The other specializations offered in B.Com degree are Corporate Secretaryship, Foreign Trade and Office Management.

The BBA program provides a strong foundation in core business disciplines, helping participants to acquire the key competencies needed by all business management students at an undergraduate level.
Our Intensive BBA program focuses on enhancing the ability to communicate, analyze situations and take decisions using quantitative and qualitative factors, and to develop a holistic view of the different functional areas and the business environment.

  • Those who want to go for teaching fields at higher degree level i.e. college and university level both in private and government institutions are good match for it.
  • They must have the ability to create and invent things, knowledge in technology and an interest in mathematics and science.
  • Applicants should be familiar with programming and computer hardware/software.
  • They need to have a detailed knowledge of the core electrical and computer subjects which includes electronics, electrical systems, computers, circuits, design and modeling.

This very flexible single-honours degree programme offers you the widest choice of options, ideal if you are mathematically gifted and wish to keep your options open. You get good all-round mathematical knowledge together with the ability to experience more specialised results, methods and ideas. You can choose courses from other disciplines and from a wide variety of mathematics options, allowing you to graduate with finely-honed skills in your chosen areas. A core of basic mathematics provides you with the fundamental mathematical knowledge and skills, and the basis for more advanced work later on. This core material is covered in the first three semesters, up to the mid-point of your second year. You develop your capacity to learn and apply mathematical ideas, to understand the significance and power of mathematics, and to acquire a thorough knowledge and understanding of those mathematical topics that any employer would expect of a mathematics graduate. After your first three semesters, you choose your lecture courses from a widening range of options in order that you can pursue whichever areas of mathematics most interest you. You can also, from your second year onwards, choose options from other subject areas. In your final year you can choose to do a project on a mathematical topic supervised by a member of staff.

The aim of this programme is to develop working knowledge about computers and impart skills to use the computers effectively in developing commercial and scientific applications.

The course allows the students to obtain an in-depth knowledge of Accounting and Finance. It also provides opportunities to gain a broader insight into financial aspects of Business and Management.

BCA Stands for the Bachelor in Computer Application.BCA is 3 year graduation degree course generally for those students who wants to learn Computer languages and after that who wants to join Software companies.