Guest Lecture on Balance of Payment & Balance of Trade: 16-03-2021

On 16.03.2021, Department of Commerce in association with IQAC conducted an inter departmental guest lecture on Balance of Payment & Balance of Trade for MCOM 1st Semester students. The guest speaker was Prof Geo George, invited from the Department of Management Studies.


Webinar Report: 10-11-2020

Department of Commerce in association with IQAC organized one day National Webinar through Microsoft Teams Platform on the topic "Compendium of Career”. The event started with a Welcome Address by Ms. Rose M Vase, followed by Principal’s Address and the Guest Speaker Mr. Philip Thomas from TIME. The "Compendium of Career” is a career guidance Program and the framework for the student’s future.


National Webinar: Compendium of Career: 06-11-2020

Department of Commerce in association with IQAC organized One day National Webinar through Microsoft Teams Platform on the topic Compendium of Career. The event started with welcome Address by Ms. Rose M Vase, followed by Principal’s Address and the Guest Speaker Mr. Philip Thomas from TIME. Compendium of Career is a career guidance Program and the framework for the student’s future. The Speaker educated and spoke about the career opportunities for Undergraduates and postgraduates. The webinar covered on important aspects of Jobs and benefits, Financial Independence, importance of New Skills etc. . A detailed explanation was given about continuous Career Growth which is the key to be a successful leader. Students got the awareness of different jobs, benefits, high salary and stability. Students had a clear idea about professional careers like Chartered Accountancy .Pathway to Higher Education options were also covered in detail. Students were delighted to learn about the Overseas Education, its advantages, scholarships, loans, international syllabus etc. Complete framework after Post Graduation was also given to the students in terms of Academics (PhD) Research and Corporate (Technical Career ). The Webinar ended with Ms. Swagatha concluding the Webinar with the vote of thanks.


DEPARTMENTAL ORIENTATION REPORT: 08-10-2020

On 8th of October, 2020, The Department of Commerce conducted the Orientation programme for the undergraduate students. The day started with a common assembly and prayer by Principal Sr.Rose Mary Balappa. Ms Suman Mishra welcomed the students for the departmental orientation. .The co-ordinator of the Department of Commerce, Ms. Priya.T addressed the gathering. A detailed information regarding the course, examination, norms,faculties was provided by Ms Rose Vase. Detailed instructions about Microsoft teams were given by Ms.Bindu. It was a brief but focussed presentation. Student’s queries were answered by the Programme Co-Ordinator Ms.Priya T. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks by Ms.Swagata Chakravorthy. We thank the management and our Principal for giving us this opportunity.


Report on Depict Writing: 05-10-2020

The Department of Commerce conducted online Depict Writing Competition at the College Level on 05.10.2020. The depiction is a representation in words or images of someone or something. On 2nd October 2020 was the Gandhi Jayanthi, it commemorates the 151st Birth Anniversary of the Father of our Nation, the Depict Writing theme was conducted based on the Image of Mahatma Gandhi. Total 44 students participated. Jhanavi Reddy of 3rd BBA was awarded the winner. Sanjay V of BCom Vth Semester was the runner up. The assistant professors of the commerce department, Ms. Suman and Ms. Bindu Organized the Depict Writing Competition with Appropriate Guidelines and Evaluation Criteria. Depiction was evaluated by Ms. Rose M Vase Faculty Department of Commerce and Dr. Geeta Bhatt, Faculty Department of JEP. Department of Commerce thanks Principal Sr. Rose Mary Balappa and the Management for giving this opportunity


Graduation Day- Dept. of Commerce: 25-09-2020

T John College Organized Graduation Day on 25th September 2020 in the campus.34 graduates from the Department of Commerce attended the ceremony to celebrate their success. The programme started with the invocation song, by Ms. Shantala, Assistant Professor, and Department of Commerce. Chief Guest Ramanathan Narayan, COE-4R Recycling Pvt. Ltd., Sr. Rose Mary Balappa, TJC Principal, and Dr. Dippi Verma, Director-IQAC and Ms. Priya T, Program Co-Coordinator, Department of Commerce were invited to light the lamp.


Online National Level FDP on Basics of Research Methodology : 06-07-2020

The Department of Commerce, T John College, in association with IQAC ICT Initiative organised a two –day Online National Level Faculty Development Program on ‘Basics of Research Methodology’ on 6th & 7th July 2020. The resource persons were Dr. Trupti H Dandekar, Associate Professor, T. John College & Prof. Veena Anand, Head of Department – Commerce, T.John College.


3rd Issue Newsletter: 19-06-2020

3rd Issue Newsletter


National Level Online Quiz : 15-06-2020

The Department of Commerce, T John College, in association with IQAC- ICT initiative, conducted a National Level online quiz with E – Certification, on ‘Basics of Research Methodology’ on 13th – 15th June 2020. The quiz co coordinator was Dr. Trupti Dandekar Humnekar, Associate Professor, T.John College.


Knowledge Sharing Session by Department of Commerce – Second Session: 12-06-2020

The Department of Commerce, T John College, participated in a knowledge sharing session on 12th June 2020. Presentations were given by Prof. Priya Thenissery, Prof Bindu KN, Prof. Suman Mishra & Prof. Shantala SH. Prof. Priya shared her experience of the FDP attended by her on 20th February 2020 and 22nd February on “Modern Techniques of Imparting knowledge & skills among the New Age students” in Transcend College & “Innovative Pedagogy & Mindfulness at the Work Place” in Sadhana Degree College respectively. She mentioned the qualities of a good teacher and also shared tips on classroom management. She also shared how being mindful allows all participants to break free from their previous engagements, relax, clear their mental clutter, and prepare for the new activity ahead. This is important for faculty in the class as well.