"Book knowledge can be gleaned by anyone with determination. We teach our students to grow as individuals."
- Mrs. Suja Mathew
Head of Department
| Who we are and what we do
The Department of Commerce (General) was set up in the academic year of 2010 in order to institute a comprehensive course in commerce. This department aims at imparting a holistic education to imbibe the life-skills necessary for a career graph that is constantly on the rise.
Some key statistics for the Department of Commerce(General):
we offer 1 Under Graduate course of B. Com for 3 years
While our lecturers go out of their way to make classes as engaging as possible, we also include plenty of practical work and participatory activities to let the students hone their skills against their peers. Here are a few things we do differently:
01Exhibitions and Seminars
We often join hands with the other commerce departments to conduct state-wide and nation-wide exhibition and seminars; where industry experts speak on latest trends, and hold discussions with our students.
02Advanced Teaching Aids
We provide students with two E-commerce labs, one of which is dedicated to tally packages, while the other is used for practical studies in statistics, etc.
Students are taken to various organizations to give them a live demo of every aspect of finance. These visits are often followed by written or practical assignments.
We have created a commerce course that is as comprehensive as it gets, with the intention that our students have a solid stepping stone to the career of their choice. So far, we have been succeeding proficiently.
| The big events in our journey
Our efforts at creating a complete academic experience pay off with the most pleasant of surprises. Here’s just a few:
B. Com (General) introduced as a course at Loyola Academy
Nikhat Banu represents India in South-Asia Junior Table Tennis Championship at Dehradun and wins Gold Medal in team event
Students participate in program by NGO Divya Disha. Beneficiaries include street children, child labourers, migrant children, runaway children, those affected by HIV/AIDS, and victims of abuse.
Sharanya represents the college in basketball tournament held at YMCA, Secunderabad, and wins runners-up trophy and a medal
Nikhat Banu represents India in Commonwealth Table Tennis championships held at New Delhi.
She wins the singles in Al-Fazr Cup ITTF Circuit International tournament held at Tehran, Iran and reaches the quarterfinals in the doubles.
The Department organized a guest lecture on “Corporate Readiness Program” by Ms. Geetha Venkataramana, HR Manager, Cognizant Solutions and Mr. Shiva, HR, Cognizant Solutions on 29 June, 2015..