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About The Department:

The Department of Commerce (self-supporting) was started in June 1981 with an initial strength of 70 students. With the pressing demand for the course, one more batch with an additional strength of 70 students came into exercise in 1984-85. In order to meet the ever-growing demands for the course in the new millennium, the department has introduced a third batch of 70 students in the year 2016-17. The UG programme assures professional education of immense value by equipping the students with adequate knowledge in various facets of commerce so as to enable them to emerge as business leaders.

The department has been upgraded to a post-graduate department in the year 2016-17 in order to equip the students for the teaching profession and research programmes and enable them to face the challenges of the corporate sector and occupy administrative positions.

The programme provides an in-depth knowledge in the key areas of accounting, finance, research and taxation. As a value addition, students are given opportunity to undergo one and a half months internship training to gain hands on the experience in the corporate sector.

The curriculum provides ample scope for creative thinking and participative learning through discussions, seminars, case studies, class assignments and field visits. The department has also entered into a MoU with the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance.

The curriculum has met the expectations of the corporate world as a large number of young, enterprising graduates are able to find suitable placements in reputed organizations.

The department also conducts a two day annual association programme COMET (COMmerce EThiraj) where events like adzap, pot pourri, business plan, debate and stock trading are organized both at the inter collegiate and inter class level. To tap the journalistic skills in the students, a journal on relevant themes is brought out every year.

To add to the good will of the department, students have excelled in extracurricular activities and sports events conducted both at inter department and inter collegiate level. The department has had a reputation of winning the freshers’ talent meet “Aarambh” and the inter departmental cultural fest “Maithri” consecutively for considerable number of years.

Student are also actively participative in the extension activities such as Rotract club , RRC , CCC E-cell, Enactus etc.

 

NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM / SEMINAR / ENDOWMENT LECTURE / WORKSHOP/CONFERENCE

 

YEAR

TOPIC

SPEAKER

2015-

2016

Dr. Kausalya Moorthy Endowment and Justice

M. N .Moorthy Endowment lecture on “GST BILL: The New Horizon” held on 5th   Jan, 2016 Dr. Nirmala Prasad Endowment Lecture on “Social Media: The Good, Bad and the Ugly” held on 2016

K. Vaithheswaran, Advocate and Tax Consultant

 

Mr. Pattabhiram , Chartered Accountant

2016-

2017

Dr. K. Nirmala Prasad Endowment lecture organized- on the topic “India’s Resilience to Sail through Global Turbulence” held on 6th February 2017.

One day national seminar, “Markatus – Disrupting the status Quo” in association with Rajalakshmi School of Business was held on 3rd December, 2016.

CA T.N. Manoharan, Chairman, Canara Bank & Past President of ICAI

 

Mr.Sridhar Lakshmanan, CEO and Founder ecoLogin

2017-

2018

Dr. K.Nirmala Prasad Endowment Lecture on

the topic  “Emotional Intelligence” held on 24th March 2018

Dr.K.Balasubramanian

Founder & CEO of Vision Unlimited

2018-

2019

Dr. K.Nirmala Prasad Endowment Lecture on the topic “Relevance of Values for Women in today’s World held on 7th   September 2018.

 

Dr.Mrs.Kausalya Moorthy & Justice M.N.Moorthy Endowment Lecture on Financial Literacy for Better India held on 7th September 2018.

 

An International Conference titled “Innovative Metamorphosis – An Elixir for Organizational Excellence”   was   organized   on   9th       and   10th January, 2019 in association with The Madras Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Dr.Sudha Seshayyan Vice- Principal Madras Medical College

Mr.V.Nagappan Author& Economic Observer

The event was graced by His Excellency, Hon’ble Governor of Tamil Nadu, Shri Banwarilal Purohit, who delivered the inaugural address

 

2019-

20

Dr. K.Nirmala Prasad Endowment Lecture on the topic on “TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP” on 18th February, 2019

 

The international conference on “Design Thinking Prototype – A Quintessence Mapping of Ideation and Innovation” was organised by the PG and research Department of Commerce in association with The Madras Chamber  of  Commerce  and  Industry  on  10th and 11th   of February, 2020.

Dr. Santhosh Babu IAS

Principal Secretary to Government, IT Department

Dr. Rajendra Kumar IAS, Principal Secretary to Government, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Department and Director EDI (Additional Charge), Government of Tamil Nadu delivered the Inaugural Address

 

2020-

21

Seven Day Online International Faculty Development Programme: Progessing Admist Hindrance Turning Adversity into Opportunity 08-06-2020 Day 1

 

09-06-2020 Day 2

10-06-2020 Day 3

11-06-2020 Day 4

 

12-06-2020 Day 5

13-06-2020 Day 6

14-06-2020 Day 7

Alumnae Connect’21- Our pride,your Inspiration

17-06-2020 – Day 1

18-06-2020 – Day 2

 

19-06-2020 – Day 3

20-06-2020 – Day 4

 

21-06-2020 – Day 5

 

21-11-2020- TALK ON “STOP MANAGING – START LEADING” WARRIORS FIRST, WARRIORS FOREVER

BOOK RELEASE- 05-12-2020 – “A JOURNEY OF LEARNING AND EXCELLENCE”

Ms. Lalitha Shankar, Audit Manager, Deloitte, Canada

Mr. G. Venkat, CEO & Founder, bitWise Academy, California, USA

Dr. Rosewine Joy, Head, Sustainable Development Goals Center, Presidency University, Bangalore

Ms. Vidhya Madhubala Rajasekar, Credit Risk Associate/ Assistant Vice President, MUFG Bank, Ltd, Texas, USA

Mr. Dharaneetharan.G. D., Digital Lifestyle Entrepreneur, Director & Founder, Social Eagle, Chennai

CA. Hari .G. R. Chief Executive Partner. Manohar Chowdhry & Associates, Chennai

Ms. Prachi Agrawal, Psychologist and Counselor , Indian Institute of Management (IIIM) , Indoor

Kalaimamani Vishakha hari, Vocalist and Proponent of Harikatha

Ms. Veena K, Founder of NATURALS Beauty Salon Pvt Ltd

Ms. Sujatha Tarakesan, Founder of CHENNAI GAGA

Ms. Preethika G N, Deputy General Manager & Region Head Times Network.

Ms. Sangeetha Arunachalam, Co – Founder at Kadaiveedhi

Col. Amit Verma, South Asia – Head security, Varun beverages (Ex – Indian army with 22+years’ experience)

Mr C V Prasad & Tmt. Chandradevi Thanikachalam, Chairperson, Ethiraj College for Women

Thiru. V.M. Muralidharan, Former Chairman, Ethiraj College for Women

Dr. Jothi Kumaravel, Former Head,




 

SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS

 

2016-17

 

S. N

NAME

YEAR& BATCH

EVENTS

PLAC E

ORGANIZATI

ON/ INSTITUTION

National Level/Internatio nal Level/State Level

1

SAHINI

MANOHARA N

III B

COM 2014-17

VOLLEY BALL

II

ETHIRAJ

INTER DEPT

2

SAHINI MANOHARA N

III B COM 2014-17

BASKET BALL

I

ETHIRAJ

INTER DEPT

 

2017-18

S.N

O.

NAME

YEAR

& BATC H

EVENTS

PLACE

ORGANIZATI

ON/ INSTITUTIO N

National Level/INTER COLLEGEnati onal Level/State

Level

1

Rohini. G

II B COM 2016-

19

B. ZONE CHESS

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

2

Rohini. G

II B COM 2016-

19

INTERZON E CHESS

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

3

Preethi. D

I B COM 2017-

20

1500m

I

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

4

Preethi. D

I B COM 2017-

20

800m

I

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

5

Preethi. D

I B COM 2017-

20

200m

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

 

6

Preethi. D

I B COM 2017-

20

400m

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

7

Divya. J

III B COM 2015-

18

4X100m RELAY

I

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER COLLEGIATE

8

Divya. J

III B COM 2015-

18

100&400

HURDLES

I

CHENNAI DIST

INTER COLLEGE

9

Divya. J

III B COM 2015-

18

4X100 RELAY

I

TN STATE ATHELETE

INTER COLLEGE

10

Divya. J

III B COM 2015-

18

400

HURDLES

II

TN STATE ATHELETE

INTER COLLEGE

11

Harinipriya

III B COM 2015-

18

THROWBA LL

RUNNE RS

NATIONAL LEVEL

INTER COLLEGE

12

Harinipriya

III B COM 2015-

18

THROWBA LL

RUNNE RS

WWC TROPHY

INTER COLLEGE

13

Harinipriya

III B COM 2015-

18

THROWBA LL

RUNNE RS

YMCA

INTER COLLEGE

14

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

II

ANNAI VIOLET

INTER COLLEGE

15

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

II

VIRUDHUNA GAR TOURNAMEN T

INTER COLLEGE

16

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

III

ZONALS

INTER COLLEGE

 

17

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

4TH

PARAMAKUD I TOURNAMEN T

INTER COLLEGE

18

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

4TH

SRM

INTER COLLEGE

19

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

III

IIT

INTER COLLEGE

20

VIBHA

I B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

I

KRMMC

INTER COLLEGE

21

NIVEDITA

I B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

I

KRMMC

INTER COLLEGE

22

ISHWARYA

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

II

ANNAI VIOLET

INTER COLLEGE

23

ISHWARYA

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

III

ZONALS

INTER COLLEGE

24

ISHWARYA

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

II

WIN ROSE CLUB

INTER COLLEGE

25

ISHWARYA

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

4TH

SRM

INTER COLLEGE

26

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

throw ball

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL

27

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

4*100( relay

)

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL

 

28

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

200mts

3rd place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL

29

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

shot put

2nd place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL

30

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

javline

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL

24

Karthika. K

I B COM 2017-

20

RELAY

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

25

Kalpana. D

I B COM 2017-

20

RELAY

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

 

2018-19

S.NO

.

NAME

YEAR

&

BATC H

EVENTS

PLAC E

ORGANIZATIO N/ INSTITUTION

National Level/Internation al Level/State

Level

1

Saranya. K

III B COM 2016-18

throw ball

2nd

WCC

inter college

2

Saranya. K

III B COM 2016-18

CMC

tournamen t

1st

PEGASUS

inter college

3

Saranya. K

III B COM 2016-18

throw ball

1st

JBAS

inter college

4

MITHRA

II B

COM 2017-20

throw ball

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER

DEPARTMENTA L

5

MITHRA

II B COM 2017-20

javline

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTA L

6

MITHRA

II B COM 2017-20

4*400

(relay)

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTA L

 

7

MITHRA

II B COM 2017-20

4*100(

relay )

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTA L

8

PREETH I D

II B COM 2017-20

1500mts

1st place

DISTRICT LEVEL

DISTRICT LEVEL

9

PREETH I D

II B COM 2017-20

4*100mts relay

3rd place

DISTRICT LEVEL

DISTRICT LEVEL

10

PREETH I D

II B COM 2017-20

800mts

1st place

NATIONAL LEVEL

NATIONAL LEVEL

 

2019-20

S.N

O.

NAME

YEAR

& BATC H

EVENTS

PLAC E

ORGANIZATI

ON/ INSTITUTION

National Level/International Level/State Level

1

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

throw ball

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTAL

2

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

javline

2nd place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTAL

3

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100( relay

)

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTAL

4

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

DR.MGR

centenary year celebration (discuss)

2nd place

DR.MGR

centenary year celebration

STATE LEVEL

5

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

DR.MGR

centenary year celebration (shot put )

1st place

DR.MGR

centenary year celebration

STATE LEVEL

 

6

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

2nd place

WCC trophy tournament 2019-

2020

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

7

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

2nd place

PEGASUS 2019

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

8

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

3rd place

JBAS Sports festival-2019- 2020

STATE LEVEL

9

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

1st place

VIBRANCE 2020

NATIONAL LEVEL

10

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

2nd place

Independence day cup-21th inter collegiate throwball championship

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

11

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

2nd place

M.A.M Muthiah kumararajah of chettinad memorial

tournament

STATE LEVEL

12

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

1st place

ESPO 2019-2020

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

13

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

1st place

annual sports day 2019-2020

INTERDEPARTM ENT

14

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

1500mts

2nd place

chennai district athletic association

DISTRICT LEVEL

15

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100 relay

3rd place

university of madras B-zone

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

16

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100

2nd place

reliance foundation youth sports

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

 

17

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100mts relay

3rd place

anna voilet atrs & science college

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

18

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

triple jump

2nd place

anna voilet atrs & science college

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

19

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

400mts

2nd place

anna voilet atrs & science college

NATIONAL LEVEL

20

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100mts

1st place

anna voilet atrs & science college

NATIONAL LEVEL

21

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*400mts relay

1st place

anna voilet atrs & science college

NATIONAL LEVEL

 

PLACEMENT DETAILS

 

YEAR

LIST OF COMPANIES

STUDENTS REGISTERED

PLACED

UG

2011-

2014

Goldman Scac, RBS, HP, IBM,CTS, Scope International, Fidelity Invesement, Ford , Amazon.

100

55

2012 –

2015

Ey, Deloitte, TCS, RBS,CTS, Sutherland, Goldman Sacs, Scope International, Mckensey

102

60

2013 –

2016

Ey, Deloitte, TCS, RBS, CTS, Sutherland Global Services, CAMS, Wipro, N Trust.

112

75

2014 –

2017

Deloitte, EY, Sutherland, CTS, L & T, Scope.

114

45

2015 –

2018

Deloitte, EY, McKensey, Amazon, Ramco, Indian Institute of Logistics, Cognizant, TCS.

83

29

2016-

2019

EY, Deloitte, RBS, Sutherland Global Services, Pick your Trial, TCS, NTrust, Ford, Amazon.

113

41

2017-

2020

Sutherland, L&T, BNP Paribas, Delloite, CTS

153

60

2018-

2021

Presido cloud solutions, PHILIPS, Ernst & Young, Goldman Sachs, Deloitte, Cognizant Technology Solutions,Accenture

158

24

PG

2016-

2018

Deloitte, EY, CAMS.

8

3

2017-

2019

Deloitte, State Street, Odessa, EY.

21

5

2018-

2020

Sutherland, L&T, BNP Paribas, Delloite, CTS

14

3

 

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

 

Department of Commerce SS has won the overall championship in

  • For significant number of years in succession the department has been winning the overall trophy as the Winners and Runners Up in Sports, Aarambh, an interdepartmental fresher’s meet for Maithri, an interdepartmental competition.

 

CAMPUS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – – ILLUME (CSR)

CSR Campus Social Responsibility embarked as “ILLUME” is an initiative by the Department of Commerce to spur the much needed elements of Social responsibility and human spirits among the young minds..CSR was initiated in the year 2014-15.

The following were the activities undertaken by the students 2016-17:

The first effective step was taken on International Women’s Day being 8th march 2017. The students of Department of Commerce visited Aashraya home and greeted them with roses and distributed provisions and sanitary napkins to the inmates.

  • The students visited The Mercy Home- an old age home where they distributed provisions and spent quality time with the senior citizens.
  • They also visited The Lotus Blind Welfare Trust, where they distributed stationeries.
  • The students spent time with acid attack victims and victims of domestic violence of Aashraya Home and applied Mehandi and gifted them with clothes.they also planted saplings and created a greener environment.

 

2017-18:

 

  • The students undertook an initiative to teach Yoga to 50 students of LITTLE FLOWER CONVENT (school for the deaf and dumb) on INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY. This activity was aimed at enabling the students to maintain their physical as well as emotional well being.
  • The students conducted sports day in LITTLE FOWER CONVENT by teaching aerobics classes for about about 20 hours to 70 students. 15 students took the help of aerobics trainer to learn something new like aerobics.
  • The students also executed a vocational trip to ISCKON temple in ECR with 35 physical and mentally challenged students of BAL VIHAR, refreshed after exploring the outside world.
  • The students volunteered a vital role in setting up play areas for 70 children at SRS Sarvodhaya and 70 children at THE CANDLES community centre at Padur, play items like chess, caromboard, shuttle, cricket bats, doll etc. were donated in each place.
  • The students celebrated DIWALI at SRS SARVODHAYA and AASHRAYA . They distributed clothes like 70 salwars, 10 sarees, 15 kurtis and accessories along with sweets.
  • The students also celebrated Christmas at STREE SEVA MANDIR at virugambakam.

2018-19:

  • The students of the self supporting stream went to Academy for the Blind in Medavakkam on 1st September 2018 ,sponsored and served food for the visually

challenged inmates as a part of the ‘dine with divine’ project. The students also entertained them by singing to them. It was a delightful experience for the students as well as to the people of the Academy.

  • Students of the department went to various colleges like Queen Marys and Presidency to assist the blind students during their exams as scribes at different occasions.
  • Cloth bags collected from the UG and PG students of the department, were distributed to primary school students to give them awareness about reducing the usage of plastic bags for the sustainable protection of the environment.
  • The CSR wing associated with CAG care an NGO and conducted a seminar for the students on ‘Road Safety’. Ms.Sumana Narayanan and Ms.Savitha Thirunavukkarasan of CAG Care enlightened the students about different facts and rules regarding driving and road safety .The session was very helpful for the students as majority of them use private vehicles for commuting.
  • A poster making competition and oratorical competition was conducted on 6th February 2018 on the topic “Drunken Drive’ and ‘Pedestrian Safety’ on account of road safety week. Active participation was received from the students. Cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the competition. There was also a mime performance by the Tamil theatre team of the college on ‘Road safety’.
  • To create responsive ‘Good Samaritans’, by ensuring the knowledge of first aid to the students, an interactive session with the students about road safety and first aid was conducted by ‘Alert’ an NGO that focuses on first aid. Mr.Neelakandan, an efficient speaker of the organisation enlightened the students on First Aid
  • A consumer awareness drive was conducted to the students of the Commerce Department in order to make the students aware of their rights and responsibilities as consumers. A skit was performed by the students of the department bringing out the importance of a consumer. A debate and a skit on Digital Safety was organized by the students of the department. Ms.Savitha of CAG Care delivered a lecture on digital safety to the students.

 

  • The students Self-Supporting streams served as volunteeres for the Blood Donation Camp along with the National Service Scheme (NSS) club of our college who had organized a in collaboration with Blood Donors Club of Madras Medical College at our college premises on 12th September 2018 and collected units of blood from 155 students.

 

2019 – 20

Initiating an idea contest “DROP WISE” concerning the precious resource in the planet –water.

Students were asked to share innovative ideas to reduce and reuse water consumption in order to beat the water crisis in the city. The contest received active participation with great ideas to save water.

 

  • With an intention to serve the community ,students reached out to an NGO “Street Vision” which houses 60 street children in the city.Students contributed immensely to Street vision by providing provisions ,stationery items and cash donations.
  • 30 new textbooks for the B.Com course amounting to a total of Rs 8000 was distributed to the deserving students by raising  grants from voluntary organisations.
  • World Consumer Rights day was observed with emphasis on “Green Consumerism”. students presented skits to create awareness about green consumerism , the event was celebrated in association with Citizen Consumer and Civic Action Group – an NGO
  • With a motive to help visually impaired students, the students of the department volunteered as scribes and wrote exams in English and Tamil language for students in various city colleges like Queen Marrys , Presidency College and Lady Willington College.
  • A massive Campaign against Climate change was undertaken. February 2019 was observed as Climate Action Month, where students were asked to focus on taking steps to reduce carbon footprint to protect the environment.
  • A kiosk was set up on campus to provide free consultation to students to self evaluate how much carbon footprint they generate every month and measures to

reduce footprint was highlighted to students.

  • An awareness talk on Trans fat was organised for the students to help live a healthy and balanced life
  • a group of students took active interest in wall painting. They visited the pediatric ward in Stanley Hospital Chennai and did attractive paintings on the paediatric ward walls in the hospital to provide a conducive environment to the children who visit.

 

2020 – 21

 

  • As July is considered as Plastic-free July globally, the CSR Club conducted a home audit on plastic usage activity for 3 weeks. This activity was aimed to create awareness on the most effective way to tackle plastic pollution

 

  • The ILLUME team in association with PROJECT PUTHRI offered virtual internship opportunities to the students of the department of commerce in fields like outreach activities, content development and media. The internship program has been an intellectually stimulating and insightful experience.

 

  • The CSR Club conducted an hour-long webinar on the topic of Sustainable Lifestyle. The students learnt Sustainable living ensures future generations a habitable world that they can enjoy.

 

  • On account of the UN 75th anniversary, we conducted an hour-long webinar on the topic of Sustainable Cities. An insightful panel discussion took place and a few girls from the department shared their views on the topic.

In collaboration with the Hibiscus Foundation for Social Welfare, the CSR Club conducted a webinar on ‘Tobacco-Free Environment’ intending to ensure the ill effects of Tobacco and the importance of mental health.

FACULTY PROFILE

Ms.K.Geetha

Qualification: M.Com,M.Phil, FCMA

Designation: H.O.D & Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG: 28 Years & PG: 5 Years

Area Of Specialization: Human Resource Management & Marketing

Email ID: [email protected]

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Dr Sharmila Radhakrishna

Qualification: M.Com;M.Phil;SLET, Ph.D

Designation: Associate Professor

Years Of Experience UG: 25 Years & PG: 5 Years

Area Of Specialization : Accounting and Marketing

Email ID:sharmila[email protected]

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Dr. B.Akila Priya

Qualification: M.Com.,M.Phil.,NET, Ph.D

Designation : Associate Professor

Years of Experience: UG 16 Years & PG 5 Years

Previous Experience: UG 2 Years

Area Of Specialization :Income Tax and Accounting

Email ID:[email protected]

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Dr Sudeshna T

Qualification: M.Com,M.Phil, M.F.M, PhD and SET

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG 13 years & PG 5 years

Area Of Specialization: Accounting and Finance

Email ID: [email protected]

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Ms. S. Anitha

Qualification: M.Com., M.Phil., SET

Designation : Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG – 11 Years & PG – 5 Years

Area Of Specialization: MANAGEMENT & ACCOUNTING

Email ID: [email protected]

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Ms. Kavitha Manikandan

Qualification: M.Com, M.Phil, M.B.A

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG 9 years & PG 5 years

Area Of Specialization: ACCOUNTING

Email ID: [email protected]

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Ms. Krishnaveni. K.

Qualification: M.Com., M. Phil., M.B.A, NET,SET

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG 7 years & PG 5 years

Area Of Specialization: MARKETING & ACCOUNTING

Email ID: [email protected]

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Ms.Rajalakshmi M

Qualification: M.Com.,M.Phil.,M.B.A.,SET.,

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG 7 years & PG 5 years

Area Of Specialization: Income Tax & Management

Email ID: [email protected]

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- Ms. Sushma Catherine Prabhakar

Qualification: M.com, MPhil

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG: 5 Years & PG : 5 Years

Area Of Specialization: Accounts and Finance

Email ID: [email protected]

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Ms. Nirmala T K

Qualification: M.com, MPhil

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG: 3 Years & PG: 3 Years

Area Of Specialization: Finance & Human Resource Management

Email ID: [email protected]

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Ms. Supraja.H

Qualification: M.Com, M.Phil, NET and SET

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG 5 years & PG 4 years

Area Of Specialization:Company law & Business law

Email ID: [email protected]

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Ms. Krithika Bhaskar

Qualification: M.Com, NET

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: UG 2.5 PG -0

Area Of Specialization: M.Com (Banking and Insurance Management)

Email ID: [email protected]

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Ms.Roshni K K.

Qualification: M.Com, NET

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience:UG- 2 years PG- 6 months

Area Of Specialization: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Email ID: [email protected]

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Ms. Shobana T,

Qualification: M.Com(Banking & Insurance Management), NET,SET Designation- Assistant Professor

Designation: Assistant Professor

Years Of Experience: Ethiraj College for Women -UG- 2 year & PG- 2 year Other Institutions- UG- 1 year & 9 months

Area Of Specialization:Banking

Email ID: [email protected]

 

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RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

 

Department of Commerce SS has won the overall championship in

  • For significant number of years in succession the department has been winning the overall trophy as the Winners and Runners Up in Sports, Aarambh, an interdepartmental fresher’s meet for Maithri, an interdepartmental competition.

 

SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS

 

2016-17

 

S. N

NAME

YEAR& BATCH

EVENTS

PLAC E

ORGANIZATI

ON/ INSTITUTION

National Level/Internatio nal Level/State Level

1

SAHINI

MANOHARA N

III B

COM 2014-17

VOLLEY BALL

II

ETHIRAJ

INTER DEPT

2

SAHINI MANOHARA N

III B COM 2014-17

BASKET BALL

I

ETHIRAJ

INTER DEPT

 

2017-18

S.N

O.

NAME

YEAR

& BATC H

EVENTS

PLACE

ORGANIZATI

ON/ INSTITUTIO N

National Level/INTER COLLEGEnati onal Level/State

Level

1

Rohini. G

II B COM 2016-

19

B. ZONE CHESS

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

2

Rohini. G

II B COM 2016-

19

INTERZON E CHESS

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

3

Preethi. D

I B COM 2017-

20

1500m

I

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

4

Preethi. D

I B COM 2017-

20

800m

I

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

5

Preethi. D

I B COM 2017-

20

200m

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE


6

Preethi. D

I B COM 2017-

20

400m

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

7

Divya. J

III B COM 2015-

18

4X100m RELAY

I

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER COLLEGIATE

8

Divya. J

III B COM 2015-

18

100&400

HURDLES

I

CHENNAI DIST

INTER COLLEGE

9

Divya. J

III B COM 2015-

18

4X100 RELAY

I

TN STATE ATHELETE

INTER COLLEGE

10

Divya. J

III B COM 2015-

18

400

HURDLES

II

TN STATE ATHELETE

INTER COLLEGE

11

Harinipriya

III B COM 2015-

18

THROWBA LL

RUNNE RS

NATIONAL LEVEL

INTER COLLEGE

12

Harinipriya

III B COM 2015-

18

THROWBA LL

RUNNE RS

WWC TROPHY

INTER COLLEGE

13

Harinipriya

III B COM 2015-

18

THROWBA LL

RUNNE RS

YMCA

INTER COLLEGE

14

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

II

ANNAI VIOLET

INTER COLLEGE

15

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

II

VIRUDHUNA GAR TOURNAMEN T

INTER COLLEGE

16

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

III

ZONALS

INTER COLLEGE


17

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

4TH

PARAMAKUD I TOURNAMEN T

INTER COLLEGE

18

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKET BALL

4TH

SRM

INTER COLLEGE

19

MAGALAKS HMI

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

III

IIT

INTER COLLEGE

20

VIBHA

I B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

I

KRMMC

INTER COLLEGE

21

NIVEDITA

I B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

I

KRMMC

INTER COLLEGE

22

ISHWARYA

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

II

ANNAI VIOLET

INTER COLLEGE

23

ISHWARYA

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

III

ZONALS

INTER COLLEGE

24

ISHWARYA

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

II

WIN ROSE CLUB

INTER COLLEGE

25

ISHWARYA

I B COM 2017-

20

BASKETB ALL

4TH

SRM

INTER COLLEGE

26

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

throw ball

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL

27

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

4*100( relay

)

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL


28

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

200mts

3rd place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL

29

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

shot put

2nd place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL

30

MITHRA

I B COM 2017-

20

javline

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTER DEPARTMEN TAL

24

Karthika. K

I B COM 2017-

20

RELAY

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

25

Kalpana. D

I B COM 2017-

20

RELAY

II

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

INTRA COLLEGE

 

2018-19

S.NO

.

NAME

YEAR

&

BATC H

EVENTS

PLAC E

ORGANIZATIO N/ INSTITUTION

National Level/Internation al Level/State

Level

1

Saranya. K

III B COM 2016-18

throw ball

2nd

WCC

inter college

2

Saranya. K

III B COM 2016-18

CMC

tournamen t

1st

PEGASUS

inter college

3

Saranya. K

III B COM 2016-18

throw ball

1st

JBAS

inter college

4

MITHRA

II B

COM 2017-20

throw ball

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER

DEPARTMENTA L

5

MITHRA

II B COM 2017-20

javline

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTA L

6

MITHRA

II B COM 2017-20

4*400

(relay)

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTA L


7

MITHRA

II B COM 2017-20

4*100(

relay )

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTA L

8

PREETH I D

II B COM 2017-20

1500mts

1st place

DISTRICT LEVEL

DISTRICT LEVEL

9

PREETH I D

II B COM 2017-20

4*100mts relay

3rd place

DISTRICT LEVEL

DISTRICT LEVEL

10

PREETH I D

II B COM 2017-20

800mts

1st place

NATIONAL LEVEL

NATIONAL LEVEL

 

2019-20

S.N

O.

NAME

YEAR

& BATC H

EVENTS

PLAC E

ORGANIZATI

ON/ INSTITUTION

National Level/International Level/State Level

1

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

throw ball

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTAL

2

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

javline

2nd place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTAL

3

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100( relay

)

1st place

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE

INTER DEPARTMENTAL

4

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

DR.MGR

centenary year celebration (discuss)

2nd place

DR.MGR

centenary year celebration

STATE LEVEL

5

MITHRA

III B COM 2017-

20

DR.MGR

centenary year celebration (shot put )

1st place

DR.MGR

centenary year celebration

STATE LEVEL


6

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

2nd place

WCC trophy tournament 2019-

2020

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

7

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

2nd place

PEGASUS 2019

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

8

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

3rd place

JBAS Sports festival-2019- 2020

STATE LEVEL

9

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

1st place

VIBRANCE 2020

NATIONAL LEVEL

10

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

2nd place

Independence day cup-21th inter collegiate throwball championship

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

11

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

2nd place

M.A.M Muthiah kumararajah of chettinad memorial

tournament

STATE LEVEL

12

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

1st place

ESPO 2019-2020

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

13

NIVEDIT A V

III B COM 2017-

20

THROWBA LL

1st place

annual sports day 2019-2020

INTERDEPARTM ENT

14

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

1500mts

2nd place

chennai district athletic association

DISTRICT LEVEL

15

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100 relay

3rd place

university of madras B-zone

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

16

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100

2nd place

reliance foundation youth sports

INTERCOLLEGIA TE


17

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100mts relay

3rd place

anna voilet atrs & science college

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

18

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

triple jump

2nd place

anna voilet atrs & science college

INTERCOLLEGIA TE

19

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

400mts

2nd place

anna voilet atrs & science college

NATIONAL LEVEL

20

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*100mts

1st place

anna voilet atrs & science college

NATIONAL LEVEL

21

Preethi D

III B COM 2017-

20

4*400mts relay

1st place

anna voilet atrs & science college

NATIONAL LEVEL

 

PLACEMENT DETAILS

 

YEAR

LIST OF COMPANIES

STUDENTS REGISTERED

PLACED

UG

2011-

2014

Goldman Scac, RBS, HP, IBM,CTS, Scope International, Fidelity Invesement, Ford , Amazon.

100

55

2012 –

2015

Ey, Deloitte, TCS, RBS,CTS, Sutherland, Goldman Sacs, Scope International, Mckensey

102

60

2013 –

2016

Ey, Deloitte, TCS, RBS, CTS, Sutherland Global Services, CAMS, Wipro, N Trust.

112

75

2014 –

2017

Deloitte, EY, Sutherland, CTS, L & T, Scope.

114

45

2015 –

2018

Deloitte, EY, McKensey, Amazon, Ramco, Indian Institute of Logistics, Cognizant, TCS.

83

29

2016-

2019

EY, Deloitte, RBS, Sutherland Global Services, Pick your Trial, TCS, NTrust, Ford, Amazon.

113

41

2017-

2020

Sutherland, L&T, BNP Paribas, Delloite, CTS

153

60

2018-

2021

Presido cloud solutions, PHILIPS, Ernst & Young, Goldman Sachs, Deloitte, Cognizant Technology Solutions,Accenture

158

24

PG

2016-

2018

Deloitte, EY, CAMS.

8

3

2017-

2019

Deloitte, State Street, Odessa, EY.

21

5

2018-

2020

Sutherland, L&T, BNP Paribas, Delloite, CTS

14

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CAMPUS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – – ILLUME (CSR)

CSR Campus Social Responsibility embarked as “ILLUME” is an initiative by the Department of Commerce to spur the much needed elements of Social responsibility and human spirits among the young minds..CSR was initiated in the year 2014-15.

The following were the activities undertaken by the students 2016-17:

The first effective step was taken on International Women’s Day being 8th march 2017. The students of Department of Commerce visited Aashraya home and greeted them with roses and distributed provisions and sanitary napkins to the inmates.

  • The students visited The Mercy Home- an old age home where they distributed provisions and spent quality time with the senior citizens.
  • They also visited The Lotus Blind Welfare Trust, where they distributed stationeries.
  • The students spent time with acid attack victims and victims of domestic violence of Aashraya Home and applied Mehandi and gifted them with clothes.they also planted saplings and created a greener environment.

 

2017-18:

 

  • The students undertook an initiative to teach Yoga to 50 students of LITTLE FLOWER CONVENT (school for the deaf and dumb) on INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY. This activity was aimed at enabling the students to maintain their physical as well as emotional well being.
  • The students conducted sports day in LITTLE FOWER CONVENT by teaching aerobics classes for about about 20 hours to 70 students. 15 students took the help of aerobics trainer to learn something new like aerobics.
  • The students also executed a vocational trip to ISCKON temple in ECR with 35 physical and mentally challenged students of BAL VIHAR, refreshed after exploring the outside world.
  • The students volunteered a vital role in setting up play areas for 70 children at SRS Sarvodhaya and 70 children at THE CANDLES community centre at Padur, play items like chess, caromboard, shuttle, cricket bats, doll etc. were donated in each place.
  • The students celebrated DIWALI at SRS SARVODHAYA and AASHRAYA . They distributed clothes like 70 salwars, 10 sarees, 15 kurtis and accessories along with sweets.
  • The students also celebrated Christmas at STREE SEVA MANDIR at virugambakam.

2018-19:

  • The students of the self supporting stream went to Academy for the Blind in Medavakkam on 1st September 2018 ,sponsored and served food for the visually

challenged inmates as a part of the ‘dine with divine’ project. The students also entertained them by singing to them. It was a delightful experience for the students as well as to the people of the Academy.

  • Students of the department went to various colleges like Queen Marys and Presidency to assist the blind students during their exams as scribes at different occasions.
  • Cloth bags collected from the UG and PG students of the department, were distributed to primary school students to give them awareness about reducing the usage of plastic bags for the sustainable protection of the environment.
  • The CSR wing associated with CAG care an NGO and conducted a seminar for the students on ‘Road Safety’. Ms.Sumana Narayanan and Ms.Savitha Thirunavukkarasan of CAG Care enlightened the students about different facts and rules regarding driving and road safety .The session was very helpful for the students as majority of them use private vehicles for commuting.
  • A poster making competition and oratorical competition was conducted on 6th February 2018 on the topic “Drunken Drive’ and ‘Pedestrian Safety’ on account of road safety week. Active participation was received from the students. Cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the competition. There was also a mime performance by the Tamil theatre team of the college on ‘Road safety’.
  • To create responsive ‘Good Samaritans’, by ensuring the knowledge of first aid to the students, an interactive session with the students about road safety and first aid was conducted by ‘Alert’ an NGO that focuses on first aid. Mr.Neelakandan, an efficient speaker of the organisation enlightened the students on First Aid
  • A consumer awareness drive was conducted to the students of the Commerce Department in order to make the students aware of their rights and responsibilities as consumers. A skit was performed by the students of the department bringing out the importance of a consumer. A debate and a skit on Digital Safety was organized by the students of the department. Ms.Savitha of CAG Care delivered a lecture on digital safety to the students.

 

  • The students Self-Supporting streams served as volunteeres for the Blood Donation Camp along with the National Service Scheme (NSS) club of our college who had organized a in collaboration with Blood Donors Club of Madras Medical College at our college premises on 12th September 2018 and collected units of blood from 155 students.

 

2019 – 20

Initiating an idea contest “DROP WISE” concerning the precious resource in the planet –water.

Students were asked to share innovative ideas to reduce and reuse water consumption in order to beat the water crisis in the city. The contest received active participation with great ideas to save water.

 

  • With an intention to serve the community ,students reached out to an NGO “Street Vision” which houses 60 street children in the city.Students contributed immensely to Street vision by providing provisions ,stationery items and cash donations.
  • 30 new textbooks for the B.Com course amounting to a total of Rs 8000 was distributed to the deserving students by raising  grants from voluntary organisations.
  • World Consumer Rights day was observed with emphasis on “Green Consumerism”. students presented skits to create awareness about green consumerism , the event was celebrated in association with Citizen Consumer and Civic Action Group – an NGO
  • With a motive to help visually impaired students, the students of the department volunteered as scribes and wrote exams in English and Tamil language for students in various city colleges like Queen Marrys , Presidency College and Lady Willington College.
  • A massive Campaign against Climate change was undertaken. February 2019 was observed as Climate Action Month, where students were asked to focus on taking steps to reduce carbon footprint to protect the environment.
  • A kiosk was set up on campus to provide free consultation to students to self evaluate how much carbon footprint they generate every month and measures to

reduce footprint was highlighted to students.

  • An awareness talk on Trans fat was organised for the students to help live a healthy and balanced life
  • a group of students took active interest in wall painting. They visited the pediatric ward in Stanley Hospital Chennai and did attractive paintings on the paediatric ward walls in the hospital to provide a conducive environment to the children who visit.

 

2020 – 21

 

  • As July is considered as Plastic-free July globally, the CSR Club conducted a home audit on plastic usage activity for 3 weeks. This activity was aimed to create awareness on the most effective way to tackle plastic pollution

 

  • The ILLUME team in association with PROJECT PUTHRI offered virtual internship opportunities to the students of the department of commerce in fields like outreach activities, content development and media. The internship program has been an intellectually stimulating and insightful experience.

 

  • The CSR Club conducted an hour-long webinar on the topic of Sustainable Lifestyle. The students learnt Sustainable living ensures future generations a habitable world that they can enjoy.

 

  • On account of the UN 75th anniversary, we conducted an hour-long webinar on the topic of Sustainable Cities. An insightful panel discussion took place and a few girls from the department shared their views on the topic.

 

  • In collaboration with the Hibiscus Foundation for Social Welfare, the CSR Club conducted a webinar on ‘Tobacco-Free Environment’ intending to ensure the ill effects of Tobacco and the importance of mental health.

 

ABOUT US

About The Department:

 The Department was established in 1975 to meet the ever- growing demand for the B.Com course from women aspirants. It was started with an initial strength of 50 students and one staff – Ms. Nirmala Prasad, when only 5 colleges in the state of Tamil Nadu were offering the course for women. Since then, the department has made significant strides in imparting Commerce education. Six years after its inception, in 1981, the M.Com degree course was introduced. The Department of Commerce (Self-Supporting) was started in June 1981 with an initial strength of 70 students. With the pressing demand for the course, a second batch with strength of 70 students came into force in 1984-85. This acted as a trend – setter for starting other courses in the Self Supporting stream. The Department has a meteoric rise, it being the first among women’s colleges in the city of Chennai to be upgraded to a Research Department with the introduction of the M.Phil course in 1989-90 and the Doctoral Program in 1994-95. 

In view of the consistent demand for the course in the new millennium, the Department has introduced a third batch of 70 students in the year 2016-17 in the Self-Supporting stream. The department has been upgraded to a post-graduate department in the year 2016-17 in order to equip the students for the teaching profession and research programmes and enable them to face the challenges of the corporate sector and occupy administrative positions. The programme in commerce assures professional education of immense value, equipping the students with adequate knowledge in various facets of Commerce to enable them to emerge as business leaders. The programme provides an in-depth knowledge in the key areas of accounting, finance, research and taxation. As a value addition, students are given opportunity to undergo one and a half months internship training to gain hands 

on the experience in the corporate sector. The UG and PG programs provide an in depth knowledge in the key areas of accounting, finance, taxation and research. Internship training enables the students to gain practical experience in the corporate sector. 

 

COURSES OFFERED:

COURSES 

YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT 

SANCTIONED STRENGTH 

B.COM 

JUNE 1981 

70 

B.COM (Additional Batch) 

1984-85 

70 

B.COM (Additional Batch) 

2016 

70 

M.COM 

2016 

40 

 

The Department is a pioneer in initiating, student’s association activity-COMET ( Commerce- Ethiraj) which provides a platform for the students to showcase their innate potential, and also in the release of a Department journal named Comet which brings out the innumerable talents of the students and in shaping the young minds. To tap the journalistic skills of the students, a journal on relevant themes is brought out every year. 

To add to the goodwill of the department, students have excelled in extracurricular activities and sports events conducted both at the inter-department and intercollegiate levels. The department has had a reputation of winning the freshers’ talent meet “Aarambh” and the interdepartmental cultural fest “Maithri” consecutively for a considerable number of years 

The Department also conducts conferences, seminars, workshops, and symposiums on a national or international basis consecutively in association with various organizations. 

Vision 

To be the leader in commerce education through enhancement of knowledge, skills, ethical and social values. 

Mission 

To provide in-depth knowledge in commerce-oriented subjects. 

● To enhance employability and ensure economic independence. 

● To nurture analytical, creative, and independent thinking among students to pursue research. 

● To help students to emerge as dynamic individuals to face global challenges. 

Milestones 

MOU has been signed between Ethiraj College for Women and Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Inc, Wiley India Pvt Ltd., and Miles Publication Pvt Ltd., for the conduct of the IMA’s Certified Management Accountant (CMA) certification program. 

The Dept of Commerce coordinates the conduct of the program at Ethiraj College by Miles Publications Pvt Ltd., who will train the students for the CMA exams based on the study material provided by Wiley India Pvt Ltd. 

MOU between Finmark Trainers India Pvt Ltd (Finmark), a company registered in India, and Ethiraj College for Women is a service agreement to provide content for job oriented courses on Financial Markets and to conduct certification exams for the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and National Institute of Securities Market (NISM). 

MOU between Ethiraj College of Women and R.R.Academy (P) Ltd is signed for the period 2019 to 2020 for Program 1 (Foundation course for CA/CMS/CS) for students interested in pursuing Professional courses with their graduation program. 

E-Square, the Entrepreneurship Cell of Ethiraj College for Women aims at nurturing the students and molding them into bright business minds. 

● To create entrepreneurial culture among students through workshops, speaker sessions, internships, and certificate courses. 

● To conduct relevant seminars, workshops, and lectures with alumnae and subject experts to acquaint the students with strategies, insights, and knowledge required to become a successful entrepreneur. 

● To find students with entrepreneurship ideas and interests and channel their talents through the incubation cell. 

● Getting insight into entrepreneurial theory and practice through activities and workshops. 

ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

ADDRESS
70, Ethiraj Salai, Egmore,Chennai 600008, Tamilnadu, India

PHONE
+(91)-44-28279189

EMAIL
[email protected]