Value Added Program

Value Added Program and Certificate Courses
The Department of Commerce in association with various reputed institutions and organisations conducts a number of add on programs and certificate courses for its students, in order to improve their practical skills in the relevant field compatible with industry requirements, which also enhances opportunities for better employment.

List of courses offered
I B.Com

Name of the Course Objective of the course
Tally ERP 9.0 To impart Practical training in Tally software covering all the aspects of accounting which helps to integrate all business operations like sales, finance, purchasing, inventory and manufacturing.

II B.Com

Sl.No. Name of the Course Objective of the course
1 Certified Course in Stock and Commodity Markets To provide an insight to the students on the working of the stock exchange and the different types of commodities traded in the commodities market, providing an opportunity for the students to earn while they learn.
2 Diploma in Banking and Finance The course is certified by Indian Institute of Banking and Finance and offers in depth knowledge about the banking and financial sector.
3 SAP SAP software is used by many large companies for a variety of business-management purposes. Students who complete SAP training are experienced in creating information warehouses, Inventory and delivery processes, billing, commodity management and accessing data tables


Sl.No. Name of the Course Objective of the course
1 Diploma in Advanced Excel This course helps the student to work with logical function in excel by using variety of data validation techniques. This course is also helpful in creating summarizes in spreadsheets. It is a highly job oriented course most sought after by the companies.
2 Tally with GST This course helps in gaining practical knowledge on the working of tally with GST, which is used in most of the large companies
3 Competitive Exam coaching This program is introduced to train the students for appearing in various competitive exams conducted by government and non-government organisations like banks, insurance companies, SSC, UPSC, KPSC etc.,