- Head Of Department
Alwin Kupar Lyngdoh
Department of Commerce
In the post liberalization period, the market forces have radically altered the dynamics of trade and industry in India. The effects of the changed environment have been more glaring and conspicuous on business education and eventually on the academic programmes offered under its fold. In order to overcome inertia and cope with the changes in the environment the syllabus for Bachelor of Commerce programme has undergone a through revision keeping in view the broader policies of the university.
The main objectives of the programme have been construed as:
1. To prepare the students with knowledge and skills for pursuing higher education in commerce; an
2. To promote moderate order of professional skills among the students for enhancing not only their employability in job market (particularly to match the specialized job offerings like Accounting & Finance, Banking & Insurance, Management, and Marketing of small, medium and large enterprises, trade and commerce) but also self-employment.
Accordingly, the existing syllabus for Bachelor Degree Programme has been thoroughly revised with an emphasis on the following:
1. Opportunity to develop skills either in a functional area of management or in a business sector of national and regional relevance.
2. Mandatory pursuance of high priority papers in Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Indian Financial System, Financial Management and Entrepreneurship Development.
3. Systematic arrangement of elective and elective Honours papers with alternative choice at the level of some individual paper (to accommodate individualized regional deficiency) for evenly distribution of efforts and stress.
4. Incorporation of the state-of-the-art concepts and skills relevant for the business students.
5. Synchronization with the linking programmes at both the ends so as to facilitate uniform and gradual upgradation of knowledge and skills and to mitigate the identified content redundancy.
In line with all the above, the Department of Commerce, Synod College, Shillong, has initiated a field trip which has been made compulsory to all the students of 6th Semester as part of their Entrepreneurship assignment. The ultimate objective of this assignment is to expose the students of the department to the practical side of business for them to bridge theory to practice.
|#||Name||Designation||Date of Joining|
|1||Alwin Kupar Lyngdoh||Assistant Professor||2005-07-01||Profile|
|2||Aida Shisha Dympep||Assistant Professor||2014-07-01||Profile|
|3||Abigail Shylla||Assistant Professor||2018-08-10||Profile|
|4||Adrian Kitkupar Langstieh||Assistant Professor||2019-07-08||Profile|