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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

a. About Department (History) –

The Department of Commerce is one of the Core department of the institute having two full time faculty members, three clock hour basis teachers and two on contract basis specializing in multiple areas of the discipline with a concrete and expanding body of research and publications. Since 1967, it has imbibed the tradition of exploring new frontiers of knowledge and innovation in academics. Dr. S. K. Mohgaonkar was the pioneer head of the department. After the retirement of Dr. S. K. Mohgaonkar the department was worked under the headship of Mr. V. B. Purohit, Mr. P. S. Tiwari, Mr. J. C. Saha, Dr. D. R. Sawalkar, Dr. B. B. Lakshete respectively. Currently, the department is working under the headship of Dr. A. B. Gattani.

The department, keeping in view the changing needs has been organizing workshops, seminar, PowerPoint presentation and other research programs for the overall growth of the students.

As a part of the text development activity of the department, the faculty members have published more than 50 Research articles in the professional journals and magazines. In the field of text book writing and publication the faculty of the department has shown keen interest in writing 03 books. The faculties have developed E-content and published the same through the e-platforms like YouTube, Facebook and WhatsApp. Currently the department admits students for B. COM and M. COM.

b. Aims and Objectives of the Department–

  1. Academic Excellence: Our primary objective is to enable every student to cope up with the latest developments in National and Global level through effective transaction of the curricular and co-curricular aspects.
  2. Professional Excellence: The department motivates moulds and prepare the students for positions of Leadership in business organizations at the local, national and international levels.
  3. Total Commitment: The department is focused on the all-round development of the student’s personality through proper education and exposure to the vast treasure of knowledge, sports facilities and by providing Platforms for their socialization.
  4. Socially Responsible Citizen: Department inculcates a sense of civic responsibility, social commitment and moral accountability among the students through social activities with exposure to human rights, Value system, culture and environment.
  5. Value Based Development: To impart quality and need based education our objective is to sensitize the students to their changing roles in society through awareness raising activities .
  6. Research view: Develop entrepreneurship and research view through innovative and healthy Practices with commitment .

c. Course Outcomes

  1. The Course would be able to acquire basic and fundamental knowledge and skills for doing business and commercial activities of their choice.
  2. The program also empowers the graduates to appear for various competitive exams or choose a profession of their choice such as CA, CS, ICWA, etc.
  3. The program enables the students to acquire the accounting knowledge, management principles, retail trading, banking and insurance transactions, business economics and financial management.
  4. The students also acquire knowledge in the field of management accounting, corporate accounting, statistical and mathematical techniques and knowledge relating to corporate law and business laws.
  5. The students become capable of doing a business of their choice or choosing a profession or can become employees having basic knowledge and skill required for such activities.

d. Future Plans -

  • To develop the Accounting Laboratory.
  • To start Incubation Centre for Entrepreneurial Skill Development.
  • To establish the MOUs with different institutions and Business organizations for
  • Students Internship and Placements.
  • To organize the Certificate and Value-Added Courses through online and offline mode.
  • To organize investment awareness and tax planning programmes for students.
  • To start multidisciplinary job-oriented courses.

e. Achievements

  • We have started English Medium B. com. From the year 2017-18
  • We have started CA/ CS foundation course at zero cost bases since 2017-18 till date more than 20 students cleared said exams.
  • Pooja Jaiswal got university 2nd rank in M. com in the year 2017-18
  • Prajakta Mahajan has got 1st rank in Advance accounting in university exam 2017-18
  • Dnyneshwar Ghumnar student of B. Com II has passed the examination of District Court Clerk, in December 2018
  • Madav Kabra got 100 Marks in Financial Accounting in university exam summer 2023.
  • More than 7 students are placed with Business Organization having MOUs with department.

Faculties

Sr. No.

Name of the Faculty

Date of Appointment

Designation

Qualification

Contact Information

1

Dr. A. B. Gattani

01/09/2017

Head & Assistant Professor

M. COM., GDC & A SET, Ph. D

gattanisir@gmail.com

9850247848

2

Dr. B. B. Lakshete

16/10/2009

Associate Professor

M.COM., M. A (Eco) M.B.A (Marketing) M. Phil., SET, G.D.C & A, Ph.D.

lvbraj2903@gmail.com

9011204532

3

Ms. S. B. Dad

06/07/2023

Assistant Professor

(CHB)

M. COM., SET

chandaksonali11@gmail.com

7219788822

4

Mr. V. B. Idhole

06/07/2023

Assistant Professor (CHB)

M. COM., SET

 

vaijnathidhole@gmail.com

7057036403

5

Ms. G. J. Joshi

07/07/2023

Assistant Professor (Contract)

M.COM., G. D. C. & A. D. T. L.

gdjo2903@gmail.com

8999390996

6

Ms. S. A. Parikh

08/08/2023

Assistant Professor (Contract)

M. COM.

 

parikhoshivani000@gmail.com

9511874722

Program and Course

Sr. No.

Class

Semester

Paper No

Title of the Paper

01

 

B. COM I

I

B.C1.1

Fundamentals of Financial Accounting

I

B.C.1.2

Business Statistics

I

B.C.1.3

Business Economics

          I

B.C.1.4

Fundamentals of Business Communication

          I

B.C.1.5.1

Computer for Business

02

B.COM. I

II

B.C.2.1

Financial Accounting

II

B.C.2.2

Business Statistics and Mathematics

II

B.C.2.3

Business Economics II

II

B.C.2.4

Modern Business Communication

II

B.C.2.5.1

Tally ERP 9.0

03

B. COM. II

III

B.C.3.1

Corporate Accounting

III

B.C.3.2

Cost Accounting

III

  B.C.3.3

Principles of Business Management

III

B.C.3.4

Mercantile Law

III

B.C.3.5.1

Fundamentals of Income Tax

III

SEC.1.2

Banking Service Skills

04

 

B. COM II

IV

B.C.4.1

Advance Corporate Accounting

IV

B.C.4.2

Advance Cost Accounting

IV

B.C.4.3

Business Management

IV

B.C.4.4

Corporate Law

IV

B.C.4.5.1

Income Tax Law and Practice

IV

SEC.2.2

Financial Markets

05

 

B. COM III

V

B.C.5.1

Advanced Accounting -I

V

B.C.5.2

Management Accounting-I

V

B.C.5.3

Auditing - I

V

B.C.5.4B

Human Resource Management

V

B.C.5.5B

Training and Field Work

V

G.E.1

Indian Economy-I

V

SEC-III4

Accounting & Tally

V

Compulsory

Environmental Studies

 

 

 

B.COM III

VI

B.C.6.1

Advanced Accounting II

06

VI

B.C.6.2

Management Accounting-II

VI

B.C.6.3

Auditing-II

VI

B.C.6.4B

Marketing Management

VI

B.C.6.5B

Project Work

VI

GE II

Indian Economy-II

VI

SEC IV.4

Accounting & Auditing Practices

07

 

MCOM I

I

CCOMDSC501

Managerial Economics

I

CCOMDSC502

Quantitative Techniques for Business

I

CCOMDSC502

Financial Market

I

CCOMDSE501

International Business Environment

I

CCOMRM501

Research Methodology in Commerce

II

CCOMDSC551

Accounting for Managerial Decision

II

CCOMDSC552

Operational Research

II

CCOMDSC553

Commercial &Mercantile Law

 

 

II

CCOMDSE551

Corporate Tax Planning &Management

II

CCOMOJT551

On Job Training

 

M.COM II

III

MC.3.1

Financial Management

III

MC.3.2

Advance Financial Management

III

MC.3.3

Research Methodology

III

MC.3.4.1

Marketing Management

III

SEC-3.1

Rural Marketing Skill

 

MCOM II

IV

MC.4.1

Advance Financial Management

IV

MC.4.2

Accounting & Finance

IV

MC.4.3

Research Project Work

IV

MC.4.4.1

Marketing Management-II

IV

SEC-4.1

Rural Industrialization Skill

ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED (CURRICULAR & CO-CURRICULAR)

  1. Certificate Course in Banking Awareness
  2. Remedial Classes
  3.  Power Point Presentation
  4. Guest Lecture
  5. Class Seminars
  6. Industrial Visit
  7. Poster Presentation

Research

  1. MINOR RESEARCH PROJECT (2018-19 TO TILL DATE)
  2. Sr. No.

    Name of the Faculty

    Date of Sanction

    Sponsoring Agency

    Amount

    Status

    1

    Dr. A. B. Gattani

    19/03/2021

    S. R. T. M. University, Nanded

    1,10,000/-

    Completed

    2

    Dr. B. B. Lakshete

    19/03/2021

    S. R. T. M. University, Nanded

    90,000/-

    Completed

  3. PH. D. GUIDANCE –
  4. Sr. No.

    Name of the Faculty

    Name of the Students

    Date of Allocation

    Title of the Thesis

    Current Status

    Date of Award

    01

    Dr. B. B. Lakshete

    Dr. Sushant V. Mane

    10.02.2021

    A Study of Socio-Economic Status of Sanitation Employees of Kolhapur Corporation, Kolhapur

    Awarded

    28/11/2022

    Mr. Pratap R. Raighol

    20.09.2021

    An Analytical Study of Financial Management of Zillha Parishad Nanded

    Ongoing

    ---

    Ms. Ranveet Kaur J. Reyat

    22.09.2021

    A Study of Workers Participation in Management in Sugar Industry in Maharashtra: With Special Reference to Nagpur and Bhandara

    Ongoing

    ---

    Ms. Sapana A. Pupulwad

    27.12.2022

    Role of Silk Women Entrepreneurs in the Economic Contribution of Maharashtra: Special Reference to Marathwada Region

    Ongoing

    ---

     

     

    Ms. Poonam V. Chinchalkar

    12.07.2023

    ---

    Ongoing

    ---

  5. RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED IN JOURNALS
  6. Sr. No.

    Name of the Faculty

    Title of the Paper with Page No

    Name of the Journal with Issue No and Date

    ISSN No

    01

    Dr. A. B. Gattani

    Problems and way forward for urban cooperative bank 137-140

    International Journal of Business, Economics and Management Review January 2018

     2278- 2591

     

     

    Role of Commerce Education in Development of Skills or Qualities to Become Successful Entrepreneurs 54-60

    International Journal Of Management & Economics. March 2019

    2231- 4687

     

     

    Critical Evaluation of Impact of Demonetization and GST on Indian Economy 183-185

    Current Global Reviewer special issue 21 vol II October 2019

    2319-8648

     

     

    Skill India and Employment: A Road Map Ahead 329-331

    Research Journey Multidisciplinary International Journal Jan. 2020

    2348-7143

     

     

    Impact of Demonetization on Money Market – A Study 93-98

    International Multidisciplinary Quarterly Research Journal Ajanta Vol. IX, Issue 01 Jan-March 2020

    2277-5730

     

     

    Skill Based Curriculum: A Source for self-Employment 171- 177

    International Journal Of Management & Economics. March 2021

    2231- 4687

     

     

    Make in India: Opportunities and Challenges

    Cosmos Multidisciplinary Research E- Journal  Vol VI Issue III March 2021

    2456-1665

     

     

    Self-Employment Education and Entrepreneurship in NEP-2020 112- 113

    B. Aadhar Issue-386

    January 2023

    2278-93

     

     

    शिक्षण व मानवाधिकार सहसंबंध - एक चिकित्सा 102-105

    B. Aadhar Issue-386

    January 2023

    2278-93

     

     

    Critical Analysis of Start-ups for Self Employment and Sustainable Development

    International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Technology Vol 5 Issue January 2024

    2582-7359

    02

    Dr. B. B. Lakshete

    Human Resource Management: An Initiative to Build and Develop Human Capital in the Organization.

    12-17

    Ajanta, Volume VII, Issue IV, December, 2018

    2277-5730

     

     

    Consumer Behaviour: A Tool to Keep Your Firm on Growth Path.

    28-32

    Ajanta, Volume VII,

    Issue IV, December 2018

    2277-5730

     

     

    Money Supply System: A Tool to Accelerate the Rate of Economic Growth of Developing Countries Like India.

    19-23

    Research

    Journey,

    Special Issue 87 (C),

    January, 2019

    2348-7143

     

     

    Women Entrepreneurs: A Helping Hand for the Economic Development of a Nation.

    135-139

    IJME, Volume I No. 29, Special Issue, March, 2019

    2231-4687

     

     

    Cashless Economy: An

    Electronic Presentation of Money and Tool to Reduce the Corruption.

    53-57

    Ajanta, Volume VIII, Issue I, March, 2019

     

    2277-5730

     

     

    Role of Non-banking Finance Companies in Economic Development of a Nation.

    57-60

    Current Global Reviewer

    Volume-I October 2019

    2319-8648

     

     

    Structure and Components of Financial System

    37-43

    Interlink Research Analysis

    Volume-III, Issue-XX

    July-October 2019

       0976-0377

     

     

    Make in India: A Lion’s Step Failed to Boost Indian Economy

    43-46

    Printing Area, Volume 04, Issue 70, October, 2020

    2394-5303

     

     

    A Study of Stress Management of Bank Employees 24-27

    Vidhyavarta,, Vol-07, Issue -35, July 2020

    2319-9318

     

     

    Sustainable Development: A Tool to improve the quality of the economy

    13-18

    NAIRJC, Vol-6, Issue-11

    November-2020

    2454-9827

     

     

    A Study on SWOT Analysis of Sugarcane Farmers

    60-66

    Research Journey, Vol-VIII, Issue-II

    April-2021

    2348-7143

     

     

    A Study on Socio- Economic Status of Sanitation Workers in Kolhapur City 66-76

    Royal, Vol-X,  Issue-I  June 2021

    2278-8158

     

     

    Industrial Development in India

    88-91

    Journal of Research and Development Volume-11

    Issue 24, July, 2021

    2230-9578

     

     

    Balance of Payment Position in India: An Overview

    99-102

    Platinum, Volume -11Issue-03, August 2021

    2231-0096

     

     

    A Study of Stress Management of Bank Employees

    1-8

    Review of Research

    Volume -11 Issue-2 November 2021

    2249-849x

     

     

    A Study of Awareness of NSKFDC Schemes

    116-121

    Ajanta, Volume XI Issue I January-March 2022

    2277-5730

     

     

    Covid-19 and its impact on Indian Industry

    21-25

    IJME, Volume I, Sept-Nov-2021

    2231-4687

     

     

    The Environment and Development

    1021-1025

    Vidhybharti, September, 2022

    2319-4979

     

     

    Industrial Sickness: A Hurdle in the Development of Industrial Sector and the Economy of India

    53-57

    B. Aadhar, Issue- (CCCLXXX) 380 A, December, 2022

    2278-9308

     

     

    Role of NEP in Commerce and Management Education

    51-53

    B. Aadhar, Issue- (CCCLXXXVI) 386 A, January, 2023

    2278-9308

     

     

    Sustainable Development Goals and Indian Government Policy

    17-20

    B. Aadhar, Issue- (CCCLXXXVIII) 380 A, February, 2023

    2278-9308

     

     

    Job Stress an Emerging Problem: A Study of Nature, Causes and Effects of Job Stress of Bank Employees of Public, Private and Urban Co-operative Banks in Latur District.

    703-714

    Mukt Shabd Journal,

    Volume XII, Issue II, February, 2023

    2347-3150

  7. BOOKS / BOOK CHAPTERS PUBLISHED –
  8. Sr. No.

    Name of the Faculty

    Title of the Book / Book Chapter with page no

    Name of the Publisher with year

    ISBN No

    01

    Dr. A. B. Gattani

    Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development Emerging Trends and Challenge -          Millennials procreate a next wave of NPA in India-A study294-296

    Mirza World Book House ,Aurangabad ,India     2021      

     978-93-83741-39-7

     

     

    Recent Trends in Humanities, Commerce and Management-     Women Entrepreneurship in India: Problems and Remedies 148-154

    Dayadhan Publishers Group , Hingoli, India

    2022

    978-93-91097-13-4

     

     

    Book Published- Commerce Education and Entrepreneurship

    Sahitya Sagar,Kanpur

    978-93-82234-39-5

     

     

    Book Published-

    Advanced Accounting

    Sahitya Sagar,Kanpur

    978-93-82234-40-1

    02

    Dr. B. B. Lakshete

    FDI in Indian Retail Sector: Opportunities and Challenges

    (117-120)

    Manish Publishers, Delhi, September, 2020

    978-81-938046-4-3

     

     

    Good Governance: Concept, Fundamentals and Analysis of Challenges -

    (129-134)

    Aadhar Publications Amravati, December 2021

    978-93 91305-63-5

     

     

    Crypto Currency: A Secured and Safety Way of Dealing Business Transactions

    (116-124

    Recent Trends in Humanities, Commerce and Management, Dayadhan Publishers Group, August, 2022

    978-93-91097-13-4

     

     

    Book Published-

    Management and Motivation Thinkers.

    Vallari Prakashan, Sadashiv Peth, Pune, 17th September, 2023

    978-81-965398-0-1

  9. PAPER PRESENTED IN CONFERENCE / SEMINAR –
  10. Sr. No.

    Name of the Faculty

    Title of the Paper

    Organized by

    Date

    Level

    01

    Dr. A. B. Gattani

    Role of Commerce Education in Development of Skills or Qualities to Become Successful Entrepreneur

    Toshniwal Arts, Commerce and Science College, Sengaon

    05/03/2019

    National

     

     

    Skill India and Employment: A Road Map Ahead

    Pratap College, Amalner

    18/01/2020

    National

     

     

    Skill Based Curriculum :A Source for Self Employment

    Dnyanopasak Shikshan Mandals Arts,Commerce and Science College, Jintur

    26/11/2021

    National

     

     

    Startups The Creative Calling for Job Generators and Sustainable Development- Astudy

    74th All India Commerce Conference, Delhi

    13/12/2023

    National

     

     

    Critical Analysis of Startups for Self-Employment Generation and Sustainable Development

    Smt.S.K.Gandhi Arts,Amolak Science and P.H.Gandhi Commerce College,Kada

    23/01/2024

    To

    24/01/2024

    International

    02

    Dr. B. B. Lakshete

    Indian Capital Market: A Way Ahead for the Development of Indian Economy

    Sau Sushilamai Arts, Commerce and Science College, Gautamnagar

    21/12/2018

    National

     

     

    Managing Ethical Issues in Human Resource Management

    New Delhi Institute of Management, New Delhi

    20/11/2020

    International

     

     

    Role of Service Sector in Economic Development of India

    School of Commerce and Management, S. R. T. M. U. Nanded

    2701/2023

          to

    28/01/2023

    International

  11. ANY OTHER (AWARDS) –
  12. Sr. No.

    Name

    Title of Patent

     

    Patent Publication No

    Awarding Agency

    Date

    01

    Dr. A. B. Gattani

    Analysis of Opportunities and challenges in online Retailing

     

    202221025468A

    Patent Office

    India

    15/07/2022

    02

    Dr. B. B. Lakshete

    Smart Device for Bank Administration

    374432-001

    Patent Office

    India

    06/03/2023

Photo Gallery:

 

  • A. B. Gattani

YouTube Channel link - https://youtube.com/@dr.ashishgattani8188

  • B. B. Lakshete

YouTube Channel link - https://youtube.com/@baswarajlakshete7140

Strength:

  • All Faculties are highly qualified and well experienced.
  • Research publications of faculty in National and International Journal.
  • Active participation of faculty in research work.
  • Organizations of career Oriented as well as Social oriented activities for students.
  • Student Centric Method for Teaching and Learning.
  • Certificate course for skill and knowledge enhancement of students.
  • Departmental Library.
  • Patent Publication.
  • Remedial classes are conducted for slow learners.
  • Regular Skill Development activities to enhance student’s interpersonal communication.
  • Orient the students towards professional courses there by built entrepreneurs for  tomorrow.   

 

Weakness:

  • Lack of Industrial access to graduate students.
  • Unfulfilled staff.
  • Students are from socio, economically and educationally backward region.

 

Opportunity:

  • To start industry and skill oriented courses.
  • To start taxation course like Diploma in taxation law, GST, etc.
  • To start research centre in commerce.
  • To organise international conference.

 

Challenges:

  • To promote research culture among students.
  • Availability of commerce education in Open University.
  • To create linkages with banks and industry for job generations.