Professor Ashok Kumar Mohanty
Master Degree (M.Com. / M.F.C.)
The curriculum of the course is uniquely designed to impart knowledge and develop skill sets in future manager and financial analyst which are essential for their survival in a globally networked economy.
The department prepares the students to understand the emerging business trends, foresee changes and to gather new skills to improve efficiency across the business enterprise. The department has also restructured the course curriculum in consonance with the recently issued UGC model syllabus to make the Degree technology savvy and job oriented.
The two year Post Graduate degree of Commerce encompasses subjects like security analysis, portfolio management, financial institutions and markets, financial services and markets, business research & communication, international business, MIS which are evolving with the passage of time along with the traditional commerce subjects like management concept, advanced statistical analysis, marketing management, corporate financial accounting, accounting for managers, accounting standards and corporate reporting and computer application in business.
In consonance with changing times and contemporary demands, the Post-Graduate Department of Commerce, introduced a two-year fulltime professional programme leading to the award of Master of Finance and Control (MFC) degree. As a self-financing venture, the MFC programme is relentlessly geared to groom young minds in the area of finance and preparing them for delivering value to the nation and society at large.
The future finance professionals need to be equipped with the emerging areas of finance like corporate finance, quantitative techniques, management information system, merchant banking, portfolio management, computer application in business, international financial management, strategic management, insurance management, e-commerce, derivative and risk management, corporate tax planning, etc. The MFC programme aims at imparting skill and managerial competence for occupying the corporate hierarchy in the financial services industry.
For admission into M.com course the applicant must have
For admission into M.F.C course the applicant must be
M.Com course 10.30 a.m to 04.30 p.m.
M.F.C. course 07.30 a.m to 10.30 a.m.
The Department has been offering M.Phil programme since 1976
For admission into M.Phil in Commerce programme the applicant must be
M.Phil programme 10.30 a.m to 04.30 p.m.
The Department is also actively engaged in various research activities leading to Ph.D degree. The major thrust area of research is Financial Management, Bank Management, Marketing Management and Institutional Financing.
Ph. D programme class room teaching / guidance 10.30 a.m to 04.30 p.m.