The Department of Commerce established in 2001, in addition with B.Com,B.Com (CA) , B.Com (ACCA) & B.Com (Professional Accounting) B.Com with (Computer Application) , B.Com (Corporate Secretaryship) & B.Com (Information Technology) , B.Com (B&I), B.Com (A&F), and B.Com (FS) and Post Graduate of M.Com (CA) Apart from offering M.Phil and Ph.D. courses Full time and Part-time in commerce and different domain specialized areas like Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Accounting, and International Business, etc. with a vision to educate, train, and facilitate student’s creation and development of value-added human resource Global standards. The Department of Commerce is highly application-oriented and hence we at the department follow a multifaceted pedagogy for different programs which consist of the following;

  • Guest Lectures
  • Case studies
  • Individual and group presentations
  • Seminars & Workshops
  • Assignments
  • Projects
  • Industry interactions

The course curriculum is overhauled on a customary premise keeping in view the scholarly and industry necessities and students are engaged in assignments, presentations and are assessed through internal evaluation and examinations. The Department is frequently organizing the taking after co-curricular activities to enhance the learning and elevate the individuality of the students.

The Consumer Club conducts the following events frequently to enrich the students:

  • Rally
  • Debates
  • Essay writing competition
  • Career guidance
  • Experience sharing session
  • Drawing competition

The Women Club conducts the following events frequently to enrich the students:

  • Health Awareness Program
  • Social Awareness
  • Fireless Cooking
  • Wealth out of Waste
  • Value of Nutrition Food

The Department has miles to go with its rich tradition to fall back on and as an Institution, an eternity to flourish. The Department has efficient faculty members. To impart quality education in the field of commerce to young minds who wish to foray into commercial ventures. The current globalized scenario has opened up many opportunities. Business and commerce are dynamic and exciting fields of study with practical applications. A good understanding of business and commerce-related subjects are essential for those who wish to be a part of the business and industry.

We provide ICT classrooms for teaching. We assign Internship programs for students and organizing Guest Lectures. We encourage the students in research activities and boost them for paper presentations and publications in various colleges. We also allow the students to participate in sports and culture which is organized by other colleges.

Vision

To be recognized by the stakeholders as a leader in providing quality and affordable professional accounting, finance, education, and computer skills in accounting to match the Industry’s need.

Mission

  • Provide a student-centered environment that promotes academic excellence, professional and personal growth, ethical, and professional conduct.
  • Develop outstanding graduates who could demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to excel in entrepreneurial ventures, higher education, and or employment.

The department is presently offering the following postgraduate and undergraduate programs:

  1. B.Com
  2. B.Com (CA)
  3. B.Com (BPS)
  4. B.Com ( PA)
  5. B.Com ( ACCA)
  6. B.Com  with (CA)
  7. B.Com  (A&F)
  8. B.Com  (B&I)
  9. B.Com  (FS)
  10. B.Com   (CS)
  11. B.Com   ( IT)
  12. B.Com   (IB )
  13. M.Com
  14. M.Com  (CA)

B.Com

The Programme Bachelor of Commerce was started in the year 2010 which is designed to equip students with in-depth understanding and working knowledge of various disciplines like accounting, finance, marketing, and human resources by offering a comprehensive curriculum. The three-year undergraduate degree programme is divided into six semesters and is designed as per the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) model curriculum prescribed by the UGC. The programme also encompasses building an elevation to compete to accumulate knowledge and understanding of the changing global economic environment.

B.Com (PA)

The Programme Bachelor of Commerce with Professional Accounting was introduced in the year 2014which has been designed to create accounting and finance professionals. The three-year undergraduate degree programme is divided into six semesters and is designed as per the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) model curriculum prescribed by the UGC. There are many career opportunities in the corporate arena and it is one of the topmost career selection made by the students which facilitate them to take up these programmes concurrently.

B.Com (ACCA)

The Programme B.Com integrated with ACCA was started in the year 2017. It is a 3year undergraduate program that has been designed in collaboration with the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), UK, and the knowledge partner of  International Skill Development Corporation (ISDC), UK. This programme is integrated with fundamental papers are divided into three levels: Knowledge, Skills & Professional and also  ACCA qualified professionals which provides high global employability opportunities in the field of Accounting & Finance like Auditing, Banking, and Financial Institutions.

M.Com (CA)

The programme Master of Commerce was introduced in the year 2017 which stand for the strengths in the regulation of Accounting and Finance and Business Management to provide students with advanced skills and knowledge to be competent for positions in the private and public sector depending on the specialization they choose. The two-year postgraduate degree programme is divided into four semesters and is designed as per the model curriculum prescribed by the UGC. The programme makes use of students to procure knowledge & skills and paves the path for them to achieve their academic objectives.

B.Com (CA)

The program Bachelor of Commerce (Computer Applications) was introduced in the year 2001 . The students of B.Com CA will learn not only the subjects of Commerce, but also to learn the software technology for their professional requirements. The course bridging commerce and computer applications helps them to become smart and employable. Training in Computer Applications in the field of commerce is an extra mileage in placements. It has an innovative modern curriculum. Students can find a lot of career opportunities in the field of accounting, banking, marketing, e-commerce, teaching, insurance, and stock markets.

B.Com (BPS)

The program Bachelor of Commerce (Business Process Services) was introduced in the year 2014. In association with Tata Consultancy Services is a bachelor degree program in Commerce. The main objective of the program is to create professionals who develop a proficiency in the field of commerce. The program facilitates students to engage, understand and master a grasp over economics and business process services with ease to further, create an enriching career for themselves. Our rigorous curriculum, facilitated by eminent faculty ensures that our students acquire knowledge of quantitative techniques as well as a thorough understanding of the field and demands to be met. Graduates of this degree will be able to demonstrate their skills in Accounting, Auditing, Banking E-commerce, Insurance, Finance, Retail and Market Research.

B.Com  (A&F)

The program Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and finance) was introduced in the year 2018, with the prime aim of providing education in the commerce field where students can learn the latest trends in business and commerce and also teaches the fundamentals of accounting and finance practices. Through this course, an individual can learn the technical skills associated with many of the procedures of finance analysis and accounting standards.  The faculty team guides students in every step by motivating them to constantly upgrade their own skill and to ensure the students are well prepared to succeed.

B.Com  (B&I)

The program Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Insurance) was introduced in the year  2018. The Degree covers the study of the concepts of Banking, Accounting, Banking Law, Insurance Law, and Insurance Risk & Insurance Regulations etc. In other words, B.Com. (Banking & Insurance) is a degree program in which, apart from a general course study in Commerce, the primary focus is on the systematic study of the concepts in the specialized subjects and topics related to Banking & Insurance industry. After passing the course, they have further studies options in various fields. They should have basic knowledge of the industry, good communication skills both written and verbal, interpersonal skills, leadership qualities, capacity to motivate team members, ability to deal with customers, ability to use computers and related technology and alert nature.

B.Com  (FS)

The program Bachelor of Commerce (Financial services) was introduced in the year 2018. Financial Markets are typically defined as having transparent pricing, basic regulations on trading, costs and fees, and market forces determining the prices of securities in trade. A Financial Market relates to a mechanism, which enables people to trade financial securities such as bonds, stocks, and commodities in the market. The course involves an advanced study of financial assets, markets, and institutions, debt & equity markets, foreign exchange market and financial management.

B.Com   (CS)

The program Bachelor of Commerce (corporate secretary) was introduced in the year 2018. The main focus of the course is to train students in corporate governance, with excellence in secretarial practices and company laws. This is one of the basic level degree programs to start a career in commerce. In this branch of study, students are given in-depth knowledge in subjects like Financial Accounting, Company accounting, Company Law and Secretaryship Practice, Marketing / Corporate E-Management, Business Management, Industrial Laws, Income Tax Law & Practice, Indirect Taxes Project (Institutions Training), Commercial laws and many more. This field of study also prepares students in computer application, word processing, file management system, speech recognition, etc.

B.Com ( IT)

The program Bachelor of Commerce (Information Technology) was introduced in the year 2018.The course provides holistic knowledge of IT and its application in the commercial domain to the graduate level students. It aims at providing a complete overview of all the aspects related to the subject. The annual salary in the industry can go beyond this average bracket with enhancement in the skill set and experience of the candidate.

B.Com (IB )

The program Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) was introduced in the year 2021 B.Com in International Business provides a comprehensive overview of commerce in a global context, which is applicable to a range of business sectors. Graduates of the B Com in International Business can undertake professional roles such as Import/ Export Managers, Freight Handling Technicians, Logistic Technicians, Sales Managers, Account Managers, Relationship Managers and Human Resource Assistants. It helps students to work in different social, political and cultural contexts. The program offers three elective tracks, allowing the students to specialize in Marketing, Financial Management, International Human Resource Management, E- Commerce, Textile Merchandising, Financial Derivatives and supply chain management. Each will develop your skills and understanding of conducting trade in a global economy and in developing cross-cultural business relationships. The program has been implementing Outcome based Education with Choice Based Credit System.

M.Com

The program Master of Commerce was introduced in the year 2011. The M.Com degree program concentrates on commerce, management and economics related subjects. The program covers core competencies in accounting, finance and e-commerce. This innovative program is designed for candidates intend to pursue their career in the fields of accounts / finance and are either at the beginning or mid of their professional career.

Classrooms

The classrooms are equipped with multimedia and audio-visual equipment to facilitate effective teaching-learning. They are designed to promote effective interaction between the faculty and the students.

IT Infrastructure

The college has a state-of-the-art, well equipped contemporary computer lab facility with-wide LAN and WAN network facility all interconnected with 150Mbps Wi-Fi Net connectivity all over the campus. Every workplace like classrooms, conference hall faculty rooms, computer labs, library, administrative offices, and Cafeterias, has network connectivity with internet with open network access. The campus is the central Hub for Information Technology enabled services which provide connectivity to various organizations.  computer labs with more than 250 high-end computer systems with TFT monitors. Each system is installed with the latest multi-user operating system and antivirus software. The college-wide Wi-Fi network provides internet access to the students at their own convenience.

Language Lab

To expose the students to a variety of self-instructional, learner-friendly modes of linguistic knowledge and a language laboratory has been set up. It enables students to learn better pronunciation over stress on word accent, intonation & rhythm.

Library

The library is an influencing center of resources that create knowledge. Rathinam Institutions has a well-equipped library with an enormous collection. The library resource center is fully automated. It has a collection of over 19,357 books. It subscribes to about 100 reputed national, international journals and magazines. In addition, the library also subscribes to the INFLIBNET, DELL NET, INFO-NET, and KIMBUS resources that have access to over 2000 e-journals, e-books. It also has a very good collection of books for various entrances, competitive examinations. The library has implemented the latest technologies for quick processing. It is computerized by using a user- friendly library software and bar-code scanners.

S.NO

NAME

DESIGNATION

PAPERS HANDLED

Years of Experience

1 Dr.T.M.Hemalatha Head of the Department Human Resource Management, Research Methodology, Financial Accounting, Taxation, Cost Accounting. 14
2 Mrs.G.Arutgeevitha Assistant Professor Marketing Management, Cost Accounting, Financial Accounting, Campus to Corporate, Entrepreneurship Development Programme. 8
3 Ms. M. Kirithikaa Assistant Professor Financial Market and Institutions, Corporate Accounting I, Capital Market for Business, Managing Decision for BPS, Financial Management. 2.5
4 Mrs.K.Arthi Assistant Professor Financial Markets and Institutions, Financial Accounting, Indian Banking System, Corporate Accounting, HTML. 3.5
5 Ms.P.Shiney Assistant Professor Corporate Accounting II, Financial Accounting, Entrepreneurship Development programme, Principles of Auditing, Research Methodology. 2
6 Ms.G.Rajeswari Assistant Professor Cost and Management Accounting, Principles of Auditing, Marketing Management, Financial market and Institutions, Tally. 1.5
7 Ms.S.Shobana Assistant Professor Taxation, International Marketing, Principles of Management, Financial Accounting, Tally. 1.5
8 Mrs. N.R.Nithya Assistant Professor Taxation, Income Tax, Corporate Accounting I, Corporate Accounting II, Financial Accounting, Management Accounting. 6
9 Mr.K.Prabhakaran Assistant Professor Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Tally, Business Environment, Financial Accounting, Entrepreneurship Development programme. 1
10 Ms.J.Ivanjaline Assistant Professor British Literature, Indian writing in English, English for Communication, Communicative English. 2.5
11 Dr.V.T.Dhanaraj Head of the Department Accountant in Business, Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Cost Accounting 8
12 Ms.A.Mary Diana Assistant Professor Performance Management, International Taxation, Financial Management 4.8
13 Ms.U.Ponmani Assistant Professor Performance Management, Financial Reporting, Direct Tax, Research Methodology, Cost and Management Accounting 2.11
14 Mrs.N.Amudhadevi Assistant Professor Part 1 – Tamil 2.9
15 Ms.M.Priyadharshini Assistant Professor Financial Accounting, Corporate Accounting, Direct Tax, Financial Services, Business Law 1.4
16 Mrs.S.Aishwariya Assistant Professor Corporate Accounting I&II ,Financial Management, Marketing Management 1
17 Ms.N.Indhumathi Assistant Professor Corporate Accounting I&II ,Financial Management 1.4
18 Dr.Palanisamy Assistant Professor Corporate Accounting, Financial Accounting 15
19 Mr.M.Rathishesha Assistant Professor Managerial Economics, Financial Accounting 1
20 Ms.V.Indhuja Assistant Professor English for Communication 1
21 Ms.S.Janani Assistant Professor Corporate Accounting , Investment Management 1
22 Dr. S. Harikaran Head of the Department Marketing & HR 8.6
23 Mr. M.Romeo Assistant Professor Finance and Marketing 1.6
24 Mr. M M Vishnu Assistant Professor Marketing 1.6
25 Ms. C Kanimozhi Assistant Professor Marketing 2.6
26 Mrs. S.Balgis Anbia Assistant Professor Tamil Literature 2.6
27 Dr. G. Gabriel Prabhu Head of the Department HTML, Banking Theory Law & Practice, Management Accounting, Labour Law, Advertisement, Co., Law, Financial Services 12.5
28 Ms. K. Gowri Assistant Professor Cost A/cing, Business Law, Banking Law & Practice, Micro Finance, Industrial Law, Financial Management, Financial Service, Forex Services 3.5
29 Ms. B.H. Singu Assistant Professor Financial Accounting, Corporate Accounting, Cost and Management Accounting, Financial Management 8.5
30 Dr. A. Saravanakuma Assistant Professor Principles of Accounting, Corporate Accounting, Management Accounting 11
31 Ms. A. Vrindha Assistant Professor Investment Management, Direct Tax , Stock Exchange 1

Publication Details

S.No

Content

1 S.Nikilalochani “Organizational Culture: A Case of Selected Textile Mill., Coimbatore” International Journal of Human Resource Research Review S.no:49244, ISSN:2347-1663, Page Number – 3, 2015
2 Dr.J.Thirumaran  “A Study on Road Accidents in Coimbatore City” International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering (IJIRAE), Volume 2, ISSN: 2349-2163.5- 2015
3 Mrs.G.Kaveri “A study on Road Accidents in Coimbatore City” International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering (IJIRAE), Volume 2, ISSN:2349-2163.5- 2015
5 Mrs.G.Kaveri “Motivating Factors to Choose Regulated Markets in Theni District” IJBARR, Volume 2, E-2347-856X & 2348- 0653, 295-300, 2015.
6 J.Thirumaran “Role of Digital Marketing in Innovative Business Practices” International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Volume 5, ISSN-2249-8958, 30-33, 2015.
7 S.Nethra “Role of Digital Marketing in Innovative Business Practices” International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Volume 5, ISSN: 2249-8958, 30-33, 2015.
8 Mrs.S.Vijayalakshmi “Motivating Factors to Choose Regulated Markets in Theni District” IJBARR, Volume 2. E-2347-856X & 2348- 0655, 295 -300 2015.
9 S.Nethra “Consumer Behavior and Attitude Towards Online Shopping” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research (IJAASR), Volume 1, ISSN-2456-308, 170-174. 2016.
10 Dr.V.T.Dhanaraj “Consumer Behavior and Attitude Towards Online Shopping” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research (IJAASR), Volume 1, ISSN-2456-308, 170-174. 2016.
11 S.Nethra “Consumer Behavior and Attitude Towards Online Shopping” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 1. ISSN – 2456-3080, 170-173, 2016.
12 Dr.V.T.Dhanaraj “Consumer Behavior and Attitude Towards Online Shopping” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 1. ISSN – 2456-3080, 170-173, 2016.
13 Mrs.R.Gomathi “Predicting the Network Traffic Creating Users from User Posting Behaviour in Online Social Networks” Indian Journal of Applied Research, Volume 7, ISSN – 2249-555X, 680. 2017.
14 Mrs.N.Vijayalakshmi “Predicting the Network Traffic Creating Users from User Posting Behavior in Online Social Networks” Indian Journal of Applied Research, Volume 7, ISSN – 2249-555X, 680. 2017.
15 J.Gnanadevan “Customer Awareness Towards Life Insurance Investment with Special Reference to Coimbatore City” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 2, ISSN: 2456- 3080. 57-60, 2017.
16 B.H.Singu “Customer Awareness Towards Life Insurance Investment with Special Reference to Coimbatore City” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 2, ISSN: 2456- 3080. 57-60, 2017.
17 A.Saravanakumar “Investors Awareness on Demat Account: A Study in Sulur Taluk” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 7. ISSN: 2455-4197. 356, 2017.
18 Dr.M.Ganesan “Investors Awareness on Demat Account: A Study in Sulur Taluk” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 7. ISSN: 2455-4197. 356, 2017.
19 A.Saravanakumar “Factors Inspiring Investors to Open Demat Account: A Study in Sulur Taluk Coimbatore” International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 2, ISSN: 2394-5869, 2017.
20 Dr.M.Ganesan “Factors Inspiring Investors to Open Demat Account: A Study in Sulur Taluk Coimbatore” International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 2, ISSN: 2394-5869, 2017.
21 J.Gnanadevan “Customer Awareness Towards Life Insurance Investment with Special Reference to Coimbatore City” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 2, ISSN: 2456- 3080, 57-61 2017.
22 B.H.Singu “Customer Awareness Towards Life Insurance Investment with Special Reference to Coimbatore City” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 2, ISSN: 2456- 3080, 57-61 2017.
23 Dr.Srividhya “Analysing The Status of Dalit Girl Students in Collegiate Education in Coimbatore City” Research Journal of Commerce & Behavioral Science, Volume 7, ISSN: 2251-1547, 2017
24 Mr.B.Santhosh Kumar “Analyzing the Status of Dalit Girl Students in Collegiate Education in Coimbatore City” Research Journal of Commerce & Behavioral Science, Volume 7, ISSN: 2251-1547, 2017.
25 Mr.B.H.Singu “Analyzing the Status of Dalit Girl Students in Collegiate Education in Coimbatore City” Research Journal of Commerce & Behavioral Science, Volume 7, ISSN: 2251-1547, 2017.
26 S.Nikilalochani “Organizational Culture: A Study of Selected Textile Mill, Coimbatore City” International Journal of Human Resource Research Review, Volume 2, ISSN: 2347- 1662. 55, 2017.
27 Dr.Srividhya “Corporate Governance Practices: Company Perspective of Selected Listed Companies in Tamil Nadu” International Journal of Academic Research and Development. Volume 2, ISSN: 2455-4197, 443 2017.
28 A.Saravanakumar “Investor Awareness on Demat Account: A Study in Sulur Taluk” International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 2 ISSN: 2455-4197, 301-304 2017.
29 Dr.M.Ganesan “Investor Awareness on Demat Account: A Study in Sulur Taluk” International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 2 ISSN: 2455-4197, 301-304 2017.
30 Mrs.B.Geethpriya “A Study on Performance of Land Promotors and After the Demonetizations in Coimbatore City” International Journal of Scientific Research, Volume 6, Issn: 2277-8179, 221 2017.
31 Mrs.B.Geethpriya “A Study on Consumers Buying Behavior Towards Branding Strategies in Fast Food Industry with Special Reference to Coimbatore “International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 7, ISSN: 2249-555x, 285 2017.
32 Dr.M.Ganesan “Working Capital Analysis of Selected Cement companies in India- an Annual Growth Analysis” Indus Foundation for Education Research & Social Welfare, Volume 8, ISSN: 2250- 057X, 2018.
33 Dr.V.T.Dhanaraj  “Socio-Economic Analysis and Investment Behavior Attitudes Towards Post Office Deposit Schemes (With Spl Ref to Western District of Tamil Nadu” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 5. ISSN: 2349 – 5162, 2017.
34 J.Gnanadevan “Socio-Economic Analysis and Investment Behavior Attitudes Towards Post Office Deposit Schemes (With Spl Ref to Western District of Tamil Nadu” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 5. ISSN: 2349 – 5162, 2017.
35 Mr.J.Gnanadevan “Quality of Work Life: A Theoretical Study” International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts, Volume 6. ISSN: 2320 – 2882,2017.
36 T.M.Hemalatha “A Study on Work-Life Balance of Employees in Government Hospital With Special Reference to Coimbatore District” International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 3, ISSN: 2456-3080,1 2017
37 Mr.J.Gnanadevan “Customer Awareness Towards Life Insurance Investment with Special Ref to Coimbatore City” International Journal of Applied Research and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 2, ISSN: 2456- 3080, 2017.
38 Mr.B.H.Singu “Customer Awareness Towards Life Insurance Investment with Special Ref to Coimbatore City” International Journal of Applied Research and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 2, ISSN: 2456- 3080, 2017.
39 A.Saravanakumar” Investor Awareness on Demat Account: A Study in Sulur Taluk” International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 2. ISSN: 2455-4197, 2017.
40 J.Gnanadevan “A Study on Quality of Work Life on Level of Work-Life on Level of Commitment of The Faculty Member’s Working in Self Financing Arts and Science College” International Journal of Research in Management Economics and Commerce, Volume 8, ISSN: 2250 – 057X, 2017.
41 K.Jayakumar “A Study on Liquidity Analysis of Ashok Leyland Ltd” International Journal of Research in Management Economics and Commerce. Volume 8. ISSN: 2250- 057x. 68 2018
42 Mr.K.Jayakumar “Growth Analysis of Selected Tyris and Tubes Companies in India” International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts, Volume 6. ISSN: 2320 – 2882. 2018.
43 Ms.A.Santhiya “Employees Retention of Administration Strategies (With Spl Ref To G.M Spinners in Coimbatore City)” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 5, ISSN: 2349- 5162, 548, 2018.
44 Mr.S.Harikaran“Employees Retention of Administration Strategies (With Spl Ref To G.M Spinners in Coimbatore City)” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 5, ISSN: 2349- 5162, 548, 2018.
45 Mrs.M.Jeshi “Employees Retention of Administration Strategies (With Spl Ref To G.M Spinners in Coimbatore City)” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 5, ISSN: 2349- 5162, 548, 2018.
46 Mr.S.Harikaran “A Study on Customer Satisfaction Towards Patanjali Products with Special Reference to Palakkad City” International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Volume 6, ISSN: 2320 – 2882, 590 -593, 2018.
47 Ms.A.Santhiya “A Study on Customer Satisfaction Towards Patanjali Products with Special Reference to Palakkad City” International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Volume 6, ISSN: 2320 – 2882, 590 -593, 2018.
48 A.Santhiya “A Study on Financial Analysis of Selected Chemical and Fertilizer Companies in India” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 6, ISSN: 2349 – 5162, 23 – 28. 2019.
49 K.Arthi “A Study on Financial Analysis of Selected Chemical and Fertilizer Companies in India” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 6, ISSN: 2349 – 5162, 23 – 28. 2019.
50 Dr.J.Gananadevan “A Study on Quality of Work Life of Nurses Working in Private Hospitals with Special Reference to Coimbatore City” International Journal of Basic and Applied Research, Volume 6, ISSN: 2278 – 0505, 2019.
51 R.Subha Sangeetha “A Study on Employee Recruitment & Selection with Special Reference to Kwality Garments” Suraj Pupj Journal for Multidisciplinary Research, Volume 9, ISSN: 2394 – 2886, 587, 2019.
52 M.Kesavy “Retail Outlet Mapping of The Retail Store and Shopping Malls with Special Reference to Selected Malls in Coimbatore City” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 6, ISSN: 2349 – 5162, 336, 2019.
53 Ms.M.Kirithikaa “An Analysis on Dividend Policy of Sakthi Finance Limited with Special Reference to Coimbatore Region” International Journal of Management.it and Engineering. Volume 9, ISSN:2249 – 0558, 218, 2019.
54 Dr.J.Gananadevan “An Analysis on Dividend Policy of Sakth Finance Limited with Special Reference to Coimbatore Region” International Journal of Management.It and Engineering. Volume 9, ISSN:2249 – 0558, 218, 2019.
55 Mrs.M.Jeshi “A Study on Overall Financial Performance of kozhinjampara Service Eo-Operative Bank Limited” The Research Journal of Social Science, Volume 10, ISSN: 2458 – 1358, 2 2019.
56 Mrs.G.Arut Geevitha “A Study on Overall Financial Performance Of kozhinjampara Service Eo-Operative Bank Limited” The Research Journal of Social Science, Volume 10, ISSN: 2458 – 1358, 2 2019.
57 T.M.Hemalatha “A Study on Employees Preference Towards Printing Industry” Suraj Punj Journal for Multidisciplinary Research, Volume 9, ISSN: 2394 – 2886, 253, 2019.
58 M.Kesavy “A Study on Employees Preference Towards Printing Industry” Suraj Punj Journal for Multidisciplinary Research, Volume 9, ISSN: 2394 – 2886, 253, 2019.
59 P.Shiney “Influence of Branding on the Consumer buying Pattern of SmartPhone Customers” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 6, ISSN:2349 – 5162,2019.
Ms.A.Santhiya “A Study on Customer Satisfaction Towards Patanjali Products with Special Reference to Palakkad City” International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Volume 7, 2019
61 K.Jayakumar “A Study on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives of Selected Companies of Mining Sector in India” The Research Journal of Social Science. Volume 9, ISSN: 2456 – 1356. 12 2019.
62 Dr.J.Gnanadevan “A Study on Quality of Work Life of Nurses Working in Private Hospitals with Special Reference to Coimbatore City” International Journal of Basic and Applied Research, Volume 8, ISSN: 2249-3352, 2019.
63 G.Arut Geevitha “A study on Overall Financial Performance of Kozhinjampara Service Co-Operative Bank Limited” The Research Journal of Social Science, Volume 10, ISSN: 2456 – 1356, 2019.
64 M.Jeshi “A study on Overall Financial Performance of Kozhinjampara Service Co-Operative Bank Limited” The Research Journal of Social Science, Volume 10, ISSN: 2456 – 1356, 2019.
65 T.M.Hemalatha “A study on Customer Attitude Towards Luxury Products Special Reference to Kanyakumari District” IJRAR, Volume 6, 2020
66 P.Shiney “A Study on Awareness and Satisfaction of Nutritional Labeling on Consumer Buying Behavior” Journal of Scientific Research, Volume 8, ISSN: 1524-2560, 2020.
67 T.M.Hemalatha “A Study on Awareness and Satisfaction of Nutritional Labeling on Consumer Buying Behavior” Journal of Scientific Research, Volume 8, ISSN:1524-2560, 2020.
68 T.M.Hemalatha “Consumer Attitude Towards MYNTRA Online Shopping in Digital Marketing” Strad Research, Volume 7, ISSN: 0039-2049,2020.
69 G. Arut Geevitha “Consumer Attitude Towards Myntra Online Shopping in Digital Marketing” Strad Research, Volume 7, ISSN: 0039-2049,2020.
70 T.M.Hemalatha “A Study on Problems and Challenges Faced by Working Women with Special Reference to Coimbatore City East Zone, Strad Research, Volume 7, ISSN: 0039-2049,2020.
71 K.Arthi “A Study on Problems and Challenges Faced by Working Women with Special Reference to Coimbatore City East Zone, Strad Research, Volume 7, ISSN: 0039-2049,2020.
72 P.Shiney “A Study on Customer Satisfaction Towards Online Groesser Shopping” Journal of Information and Computational Science, Volume 10, ISSN: 1548-7741,2020
73 NR.Nithya “A Study on Customer Satisfaction Towards Online Groesser Shopping” Journal of Information and Computational Science, Volume 10, ISSN: 1548-7741,2020
74 K.Arthi “A Study on Customer Satisfaction Towards Online Groesser Shopping” Journal of Information and Computational Science, Volume 10, ISSN: 1548-7741,2020
75 Dr.J.Thirumaran and K.Jayanth, E – Budgeting –A change in Corporate Finance, Journal  Type-ISBN, P.No-65-67, Year-2014
76 Dr. A. Ramasethu, Impact of consumer protection laws on women consumers in Madurai District, Journal Type -ISSN, Vol NO-10, P.No1-8, Year, 2014
77 S. Hariharan, Change Management in customs Remodeling, P.NO84-86, YEAR- 2014
78 G.Shiva, Corporate social Responsibility of Banking Companies in India, Journal Type-ISBN, P.NO 60-68, YEAR-2014
79 G.Shiva “Implications of behavioral Finance “Journal Type- ISSN, VL NO- IS NO -1,1, P.NO-61-65, YEAR -2014.
80  Dr.J. Thirumaran & Dr. T. santhiya Rani, Smart cities & challenges in India – A vision Journal Type ISSN, VL NO-6, P.NO-62-6, YEAR-2015
81 Dr.J. Thirumara, Mrs. M.Bhuvaneswri A Comparative study on organic fruits and vegetables and non-organic fruits and vegetables in Coimbatore, Journal Type-ISSN, VL NO 2, P.NO 7,130-138, the YEAR 2015
82 Dr.A. Sumathi & Dr. V. T. Dhanraj, An Empirical Study on E-commerce and online shopping issues and Influences in Urban and Rural Areas, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO 33 – 36, the YEAR 2015
83 Dr.T. Santhiya Rani and T.M Health, E-Tailing –Modern Retailers Success, Journal Type- ISBN,P.NO 71-72, YEAR- 2015
84 A.Angelchristina, E-Payments systems on E-Commerce  in India, Journal Type- ISBN  P.NO 97-98, YEAR -2015
85 S. Chithra, E-Payments systems Journal Type- ISBN VL NO 1, IS NO- IS NO-09- P.NO 110, YEAR-2015
86 S.Malasree & S. Kishore The impact of E-Commerce, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO 180-181, YEAR -2015
87 G.KowsalyaDevelopment of customer-oriented E-commerce systems based on socio-cultural Differentiations, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO 178-179, and YEAR 2015
88 S.Nethra, E-Business in E-commerce, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO 176-177, YEAR- 2015
89 P.Geetha, Emerging Trend of E-Commerce in India, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO 170-171, YEAR -2015
90 M.Bhuvaneswri, E-Marketing –Strategies and Implementations Journal Type-,ISBN, P.NO 133-134, the YEAR 2015
91 A.Elsamary and S.Hema Margaret, Effects of Stress, Journal Type ISBN, P.NO 200-203, the YEAR 2015
92 Dr. T. Santhiya Rani, Greeting HRM, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO 121-123, the YEAR 2015
93 Dr.A. Sumathi and V.Rajalakshmi, A study on Business and consumers five Oriented Electronic commerce, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO -8-9, the YEAR 2015
94 Dr.P.Sundara Pandian Dr. N. Ashok KumarDr. R.Murugan, Emerging Trends in E-Commerce, Journal Type- ISBN, P.NO 81-84, YEAR- 2015
95 Mr. G. ShivaMr. L.Kathirvelkumaran, Green Marketing India: Emerging opportunities and challenges, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO 240-250, and YEAR- 2015
96 B.Geetha Priya changed Management for Human Resources, Journal Type- ISBN, P.NO 104-107, YEAR -2015
97 K.Aruljothi, Change Management for Finance, P.NO 109-113, YEAR -2015
98 PR.Ramakrishna S. Srividhaya, Corporate Governance Mechanism on selected listed companies in Tamil Nadu, Journal Type- ISBN, P.NO 13-14, the YEAR 2015
99 Dr. S. SrividhayaDr. B.Dhanalakhsmi Analyzing the Awareness Digital educations among the college girl students towards the skill development, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO 23-24 YEAR2017
100 Dr.S. Srividhya Mr.B. Santhosh Kumar MR. B.H. Singu.Analyzing the status of Dalt girl students in Collegiate Educations in Coimbatore city, Journal Type -ISBN, P.NO 15-16, YEAR -2017
101 P.Girija and R.Kalivani The study on savings habits of rural women’s with special references to Pollachi Journal Type,-ISSN, P.NO 50-52, and YEAR 2018
102 Dr. G. Ravichandran, An empirical study on the financial appraisal of select fertilizer companies in India Journal Type-RJIF, P.NO 13-14, the YEAR 2017
103 Mrs. Kalaivani, A study on consumer perception and satisfaction towards restaurants with references city, Journal Type -ISSN,P.NO 5 ,6 YEAR -2018
104 Dr.G.Ravichandran, An Analysis on the profitability of select fertilizer companies India Journal Type-ISSN, VL NO- 5, IS NO-8, P.NO 62-67, YEAR-2018
105 Ms. Ponmani.U.Ms. Marger Blessy DApex, Banking Institution for Rural Development in India, Journal Type -ISSN, VL NO -9, IS NO 5, P.NO 34-38, YEAR -2018
106 Ms. R. Meena, Consumer Brand preferences and buying behavior of cosmetic products at Coimbatore city Journal Type –JETIR, VL NO 1, IS NO 5, P.NO 38-44, the YEAR 2018
107 Ponmani U A Br.ief Study on weird and Amazing Biochip, Journal Type ISSN, VL NO 5, IS NO 10, P.NO 10-14, the YEAR 2018
108 Dr. G. Ravichandran, An overview of Fertilizer industry in Abroad as well as in India, Journal Type -JETIR1 VL NO-5, IS NO -10, P.NO-14-19, YEAR-2018
109 Mr. B.H Singu, A study on Factors Affecting the Satisfaction Level of Mutual Funds Investors in Coimbatore District Journal Type-ISSN, VL NO 9, IS NO 11, P.NO 18-21, the YEAR 2019
110 Mrs. Geetha, A study on Consumer satisfactions towards E-Banking, Journal Type ISSN, VL NO 6, IS NO 1, P.NO -133-135, the YEAR 2018
111 Ms. U.Ponmani and M.priyadharsini “ A Study on Analysis of Financial Health of selected firms in the Textiles industry in Journals Information and computational science. Journal Type ISSN, VL NO 10, IS NO- 2, YEAR – 2020
112 Dr.V.T Dhanraj, Ponmani. U ‘’Performances evaluations of India commercial bank through – A Camel Approach (with special references to selected private & public sector), ARIV –International Journals of Business. ISSN, Vol No 11, Issue No-2  Oct– 2020
113 U.Ponmani and Dr.V.T Dhanraj, “Customer perception and satisfaction towards Technology-based banking services provided by selected banks in Coimbatore district in journals Journal Type ISSN, VL NO 19, IS NO- 2,
114 S.Harikaran  A study on customer satisfaction towards health drinks products with special reference to Coimbatore District. IJRCM VOLUME NO. 4 (2014), ISSUE NO. 12 (DECEMBER)  ISSN: 2231 – 5756  37-40   2014
115 S.Harikaran Consumer behavior towards MNP Services with special reference to Coimbatore City. Impact Journals Vol. 3, Issue 3, Mar 2015, 25-30 ISSN: (E) 2321 – 8878 25-29   2015
116 S.Harikaran  A Study on Current Trends in Internet marketing towards online shopping With Special Reference to Coimbatore City. IJARIIE Vol-2 Issue-4 2016 ISSN: (O) 2395 – 4396 89-94  2016
117 S.Harikaran  A Study on Customer Purchase Power and Service Satisfaction towards FMCG Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City. IJAR    Volume : 6  Issue : 10  October 2016 ISSN:  2249 – 555X  693-695  2016
118 Harikaran   A Study On Customer Satisfaction Towards Patanjali Products With Special Reference to Palakkad District  IJCRTI Volume 6, Issue 2 April 2018  ISSN: 2320 – 2882  590-593  2018
119 Dr.S.Harikaran         Employees Retention Of Administration Strategies [with Special Reference To G.M Spinners In Coimbatore]. JETIR  Volume 5, Issue 5 ,May 2018  ISSN: 2349 – 5162   548-551  2018
120 S.Harikaran A Study On Consumer Behaviour Towards Britannia Biscuits In Coimbatore City  ISSN: 2249 – 3352 (P) 2278-0505 (E)
121 Dr.S.Harikaran  A Study on Customer Attitude towards luxury products a special reference to Kanyakumari District.  IJRAR  Volume-6 | Issue-2 | June – 2019         ISSN: 2349 – 5138  445-453 2019
122 S. Harikaran  A Study on Rural Consumer Behavior towards FMCG in Coimbatore District. IJAR    Volume-9 | Issue-12 | December – 2019  ISSN: 2249 – 555X      42-44   2019
123 S.Harikaran  A study on Buying Behavior towards Cosmetic Usage of girl consumer with special reference to Coimbatore City.  JOICS Volume 10 Issue 3 – 2020       ISSN: 1548 – 7741 33-41        2020
124 S.Harikaran   A Study on Brand Perception of Sony Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City.     Strad Research Volume 7 Issue 6 – 2020         ISSN: 0039 – 2049 468-47 2020
125 S.Harikaran   A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Bath Soap Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City. Journal of Information and Computational Science     Volume 10 Issue 7 – 2020     ISSN: 1548-7741   317-322  2020
126 S.Harikaran  A Study on Sale Promotion Strategy of Mobile Phones: Seller’s Perspective. Strad Research  VOLUME 7, Issue 7, 2020      ISSN: 0039 – 2049 565-573  2020
127 S.Harikaran A Study on Consumer Satisfaction and Buying Behavior Towards AAVIN Milk Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City. JICR Volume 12,Issue 8 August/2020 ISSN: 0022 – 1945  331-338 2020
128 S.Harikaran  A study on Consumer Perception towards Smartphone with Special Reference to Coimbatore City. PIJR     Volume 8, Issue 7 July/2019    ISSN: 2250 – 1991  1-4  2019
129 S.Hariharan A Study on Retailers Attitude Towards ABC Garments with Special Reference to Tiruppur City. Infokara Volume 9,Issue 9 September/2020   ISSN: 1021 – 9056  199-211   2020
130 M. Romeo A Study on Customer Attitude towards luxury products a special reference to Kanyakumari District.   IJRAR  Volume-6 | Issue-2 | June – 2019         ISSN: 2349 – 5138445-453      2019
131 M.Romeo A Study on Rural Consumer Behavior towards FMCG in Coimbatore District. IJAR Volume-9 | Issue-12 | December – 2019       ISSN: 2249 – 555X      42-44   2019
132 M.Romeo A study on Buying Behavior towards Cosmetic Usage of girl consumer with special reference to Coimbatore City. JOICS Volume 10 Issue 3 – 2020       ISSN: 1548 – 7741  33-41       2020
133 M.Romeo A Study on Brand Perception of Sony Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City.  Strad Research Volume 7 Issue 6 – 2020      ISSN: 0039 – 2049       468-474 2020
134 M.Romeo A Study on Sale Promotion Strategy of Mobile Phones: Seller’s Perspective.Strad Research   VOLUME 7, Issue 7, 2020   ISSN: 0039 – 2049   565-573  2020
135 M.Romeo A Study on Consumer Satisfaction and Buying Behavior Towards AAVIN Milk Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City. JICR    Volume 12,Issue 8 August/2020    ISSN: 0022 – 1945   331-338   2020
136 M.Romeo A Study on Retailers Attitude Towards ABC Garments with Special Reference to Tiruppur City.  Infokara   Volume 9,Issue 9 September/2020   ISSN: 1021 – 9056199-211     2020
137 M.M     Vishnu A Study on Rural Consumer Behavior towards FMCG in Coimbatore District. IJAR Volume-9  Issue-12 December – 2019         ISSN: 2249 – 555X      42-44   2019
138 M.M  Vishnu A study on Buying Behavior towards Cosmetic Usage of girl consumer with special reference to Coimbatore City.   JOICS Volume 10 Issue 3 – 2020       ISSN: 1548 – 7741      33-41   2020
139 M.M  Vishnu A Study on Brand Perception of Sony Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City.  Strad Research    468-474    ISSN: 0039 – 2049
140 M.M  Vishnu A Study on Consumer Satisfaction and Buying Behavior Towards AAVIN Milk Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City.       JICR    Volume 12,Issue 8 August/2020    ISSN: 0022 – 1945   331-338   2020
141 M.M     Vishnu A Study on Retailers Attitude Towards ABC Garments with Special Reference to Tiruppur City.  Infokara  Volume 9,Issue 9 September/2020   ISSN: 1021 – 9056 199-211    2020
142 M.M     Vishnu A Study on Brand Perception of Sony Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City.  Strad Research Volume 7 Issue 6 – 2020      ISSN: 0039 – 2049       468-474           2020
143 M.M     Vishnu A study on Consumer Perception towards Smartphone with Special Reference to Coimbatore City.   PIJR     Volume 8,Issue 7 July/2019    ISSN: 2250 – 1991 1-4 2019
144 M.M     Vishnu A Study on Sale Promotion Strategy of Mobile Phones: Seller’s Perspective. Strad Research VOLUME 7, Issue 7, 2020   ISSN: 0039 – 2049      565-573    2020
145 C.Kanimozhi  A Study on Customer Attitude towards luxury products a special reference to Kanyakumari District. IJRAR  Volume-6 | Issue-2 | June – 2019         ISSN: 2349 – 5138 445-453    2019
146 C.Kanimozhi  A Study on Rural Consumer Behavior towards FMCG in Coimbatore District. IJAR Volume-9 | Issue-12 | December – 2019     ISSN: 2249 – 555X      42-44   2019
147 C.Kanimozhi  A study on Buying Behavior towards Cosmetic Usage of girl consumer with special reference to Coimbatore City.   JOICS Volume 10 Issue 3 – 2020       ISSN: 1548 – 7741      33-41   2020
148 C.Kanimozhi  A Study on Brand Perception of Sony Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City. Strad Research  Volume 7 Issue 6 – 2020    ISSN: 0039 – 2049       468-474       2020
149 C.Kanimozhi  A Study on Sale Promotion Strategy of Mobile Phones: Seller’s Perspective. Strad Research    VOLUME 7, Issue 7, 2020      ISSN: 0039 – 2049565-573    2020
150 C.Kanimozhi  A Study on Consumer Satisfaction and Buying Behavior Towards AAVIN Milk Products with Special Reference to Coimbatore City.       JICR    Volume 12,Issue 8 August/2020     ISSN: 0022 – 1945      331-338     2020
151  C.Kanimozhi  A Study on Retailers Attitude Towards ABC Garments with Special Reference to Tiruppur City.   Infokara  Volume 9,Issue 9 September/2020   ISSN: 1021 – 9056 199-211    2020
152 S.Balgis Anbia    Inna Narpadhu Unarthum Valviyal Neri SHANLAX Volume 4, Issue 3 January 2020  ISSN: 2454 – 3993 66 – 68 2020.
153 S.Balgis Anbia A Study on Retailers Attitude Towards ABC Garments with Special Reference to Tiruppur City. Infokara  Volume 9, Issue 9 September/2020     ISSN: 1021 – 9056 199-211    2020
154 “A Study on Customer satisfaction towards Fast-moving consumer goods with special reference to Coimbatore District” by Dr. S. Harikaran – Head, Department of Commerce – III
155  DST NIMAT – EDII (Entrepreneurship Awareness Program) by Dr. S. Harikaran – Head, Department of Commerce – III

2016 – 2017 Workers Participation in Management”

Dr. N. Brindha
College of Business, University of Burarmi,
Sultanate of Oman.

“Basic Accounts”

Mr. Ramachandran
Auditor
Coimbatore

HR Policies in Logistics and Shipping”

Mr. Harshit Sharma
Senior Manager, Good Ocean Maritime, Coimbatore

Modern Concepts in Marketing”

Mr. C.K. Arivazhagan
Regional Director-India, Noble Media, Coimbatore.

2017 – 2018 Importance of Insurance”

Mr. J. Jawahar,
Adviser, Life Insurance Corporation of India
Coimbatore.

“Marketing Research”

Mr. N. Shanmuga Sundaram, Asst. Manager,
Kondaia Engineering Pvt. Ltd,
Coimbatore

“Business Research Methods”

Dr. V. Sivaraj,
Member of CIIT
(Software Research Institute)

“Cost Accounting- Job Costing”

Mr. A.Singara Vadivel,
Assistant Manager-Accountant,
S & T Engineering,
Coimbatore.

2018 – 2019 “An overview of Financial Accounting and Taxation”

Ms.R. Agilandeswari,
Institute of Cost and Management Accounting
Coimbatore.

“Overall Costing”

Ms.A. Geethamani,
Trainer, ICP Academy, Coimbatore

“Cost Accounting”

Ms. P.N. Lakshmi
A.C.A.,C.S.,(C.M.A)
Chartered Accountant

“Capital Market”

Mr. R. Hari Ganesh,
MLS Business Centre,
Acropolis, 6th floor,
Dr.M Radhakrishnan Salai,
Chennai – 4.

2019 – 2020 “GST Registration and Filing Process”

Mr. Nagaraj Veerachettiar
Managing director
Impact Standard Business Reporting Pvt Ltd

“Personality Development”

Mr. P. Vivek
The Soft skill Trainer
RIPE Consultancy
Chennai.

“Principles of Auditing”

Mr.S. Nagarjunan
Auditor

Alumni Guest Lecture

2017 – 2018:

“Campus to Corporate”

Resource person

Ms.M. Umaparvathy

IT Employee

2018 – 2019:

“HTML Basics”

Resource Person

Mr. M. Parameshwaran

Tidal Park, Hopes, Coimbatore.

Webinar and FDP

“Innovation and Entrepreneurship”

Resource Person

Mr. K. Prabhakaran

EDII and SEBI

“Emerging Trends in Securities Market”
Resource person
Mr. K. Prabhakaran
EDII and SEBI

Guest Lectures and Events

Faculty Development Programme jointly organized with Tally Education Pvt Ltd

Conference conducted on “Awareness of women’s rights”

Guest Lecture on Goods and Service Tax

Faculty Development Programme jointly organized with Tally Education Pvt Ltd

Conference conducted on “Awareness of women’s rights”

 Conference conducted on “Awareness of women’s health and hygiene”

Harshini P of III B.Com PA Secured First Place in Weight Lifting under 150 Category.

Sivasankarai . K  of II B.Com PA Secured as Winner for National Level Kabaddi Competition

Industrial Visit

Industry visit to stock breeding – Kerala

Industry visit to cotton industry-Coimbatore

We organized Guest lecture – Chartered Accountant/ Company Secretary Awareness program on July 26th 2019 handled by Mr. K.Jayakumar.

We the Department of Commerce III had conducted guest lecture on IT management was presented by Ms. B. POORVAJA, Team Leader, State Street Leader, and Coimbatore. Students of I B.com

Mr. M. M. Vishnu organized guest lecture on Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association. It was presented by Ms. Arthi G.V, Alumni, Student of Law College, Coimbatore on 9th Jan 2020.

Interface program on Insurance

Chief Guests:

Mr.A.Fazlul Rehman, Senior Divisional Manager, LIC of India, Chairman of Coimbatore Insurance Institute.

Mr. V. Vetrivel, Honorable secretary, Coimbatore Insurance Institute.

Mr. Sankara Raman Narayanan, Executive Committee member, Coimbatore Insurance Institute. The students came to know about Recent trends in Insurance, the Financial Advisor job (Part Time) in LIC and the Diploma course embedded with the B.Com (Banking and Insurance) course, And 54 Students have registered for Govt offered Diploma course.

Seminar – Alumaiyum Arasiyalum.

Resource Person: Mithran Sri Ram In this seminar a deep discussion was made about Alumaiyum Arasiyalum. 140 students participated in this seminar and got benefited.

Association Inaugural Function.

Department of Commerce IV organized inaugural function of the Association Of Finance in the auditorium for B.Com (A&F), B.Com (B&I) and B.Com (FS). Chief guest Mr. S. Neethiselvan, Senior General Manager, Aroma Group of Companies inaugurated and addressed the gathering on financial services and also with his motivational speech for 150 students and faculty members.