- About Us
The Department of Commerce was formed in St.Edmund's College in 1997 with the re- introduction of female students in the campus after a gap of several years. The Department of Commerce, the brain child of the then Principal Rev. Br. E. V. Miranda, has the distinction of being the pioneer in the Departmental News Letter in the college besides other activities like annual food fest, art exhibition, study tours, industrial visits, etc. The department is a dream destination for those aspiring to pursue their interest in commerce education.
. The department uses advanced technology in teaching in addition to traditional way of teaching. The department offers some of the best academic resources for excellence, by way of faculty, infrastructure, library, mentoring, remedial coaching, etc. The department brings to the students a dynamic environment for overall growth of their personalities and talents in the commerce stream. The department has the pride in producing a plethora of toppers in the university examinations. The students have the advantage of getting employed in reputed institutions through campus recruitment programmes being conducted in the college from time to time. In 2016 university examinations the students brought laurels to the department with first, second, fourth, seventh and tenth positions.
The Department conducts the following activities:
Live online classes are being taken using ICT on different platforms (Google-meet, Zoom etc.) regularly by all the faculty members following a fixed time table framed by the institution.
Group discussion, presentation, extempore speech, quiz etc. are being conducted online/off-line to develop the communication skill and in-depth knowledge of the subject.
The Department organizes annual Food Fest, Management Quiz Competition, Field trip etc. and also publishes Newsletter every year where students contribute immensely.
Webinars, Workshops, Popular talks are organized for overall development of the students.
The Department is having a separate Library exclusively for Commerce students other than the College Library.
Mentoring and Counseling is being initiated by the teachers from time to time for confidence building and overall development of the students.
|1st Semester||Business Environment, Principles & Practice of Management, Financial Accounting.|
|2nd Semester||Business Economics, Fundamental Mathematics OR Information Technology in Business , Indian Financial System.|
|3rd Semester||Business Statistics, Business Laws, Optional: Group-A OR Group-B.|
|4th Semester||Modern Indian Language OR Alternative English, Financial Management, Optional: Group-A OR Group-B.|
|5th Semester||Compulsory English, Cost Accounting, Optional: Group-A OR Group-B.|
|6th Semester||Environmental Studies, Entrepreneurship , Optional: Group-A OR Group-B .|
|Group A: Accounting & Finance Group||Group B: Management Group|
|BC 303 Corporate Accounting||BC 304 Marketing Management|
|BC403 Auditing||BC 404 Human Resource Management|
|BC 503 Financial services||BC504 Service Management|
|BC 603 Direct Tax Laws & Practice||BC 604 Small Enterprise management|
|Name||Qualification||Designation||Year of Joining|
|  Goutam Deb||M.Com||Associate Professor||1998|
|  Mitali Dasgupta Dey||M.A, M.Phil||Associate Professor||2000|
|  Rowenna E. L. Iangrai||M.Com, NET||Associate Professor||2001|
|  Dapbiang Nongkynrih||M.A, NET||Assistant Professor||2008|
|  Dr. Dipankar Shome||M.Com, NET, PhD||Assistant Professor||2010|
|  Milan Swett||M.Com, NET||Assistant Professor||2010|
|  Navin Chettri||M.Com, NET||Assistant Professor||2012|
|No. of Students Appeared||142|
|No. of 1st class||19|
|No. of Students passed||89|
|No. of Students Appeared||139|
|No. of 1st class||10|
|No. of Students passed||111|
|No. of Students Appeared||179|
|No. of 1st class||6|
|No. of Students passed||148|