Welcome to Commerce Department

HISTORY OF COMMERCE

    A.S.D. Govt. Degree College for Women, Kakinada established in the year 1962. Since then it is the only prestigious educational institution for women in the E.G. Dist. From the beginning B.Sc. and B.A courses are available by the proceedings of the Commissioner Collegiate Education. Commerce courses were introduced at under graduate level in the year 1991 owing to the best efforts of local people and social activists. B.Com Telugu medium section was sanctioned for this college which enables the girl students from the surrounding villages to pursue the commerce education. In the year 1993 B.Com (English medium) was also sanctioned. Again in 1996 B.Com (Vocational Course) with office management & secretarial Practice sponsored by the U.G.C was introduced. It gave the girl students an opportunity to join in the women’s college especially to those who belong to economically backward students, which provides job opportunities, and technical knowledge to the vocational students. To reflect the Government policy of providing self-employment scheme, a fourth section was also sanctioned with B.Com (Computers) as restructured course in 1998-1999. Later the course was renamed as B.Com Computer Application course under vocational stream from the academic year 2003-04.

Since the inception of commerce department in this colleges in 1991, it developed as a mega department of the college which provides 9 lecturer posts, the students occupancy rate is; more than 1/3of the total strength of the college. The Department is supported by 23 computers in the Computer lab and 11 type writing machines and one over Head Projector, which helps commerce students to learn type writing, shorthand and computer knowledge as well.

Courses – Admissions Particulars:

 

S.No

 

Course

 

Medium

 

Sanctioned Strength

 

1

I B.Com

Telugu

60

2

I B.Com

English

60

3

I B.Com

Vocational C.A

30

4

II B.Com

Telugu

60

5

II B.Com

English

60

6

II B.Com

Vocational C.A

30

7

III B.Com

Telugu

60

8

IIIB.Com

English

60

9

III B.Com

Vocational C.A

30

Infrastructure

 

List of Permanent Equipment:

 

S.No.

Name of the Item

Total Number

1.

COMPUTER SYSTEMS

02

2.

PHOTOPHONE OVERHEAD PROJECTOR

01

3.

LCDPROJECTOR SANYO PLC-XD 2600

01

5.

TYPE MACHINES

10

6.

PRINTERS

02

7.

UPS

01

 

Employment opportunities: They have lots of options of getting jobs in government sectors like railway, defense, SSC, teaching line etc., Although they can get government jobs by completing graduation in B.com the opportunities of getting jobs after completing M.com is always higher than B.com.

  1. Banking & Insurance sector

  2. Administrative jobs in government and private sectors

  3. Teaching

  4. Marketing

  5. Stock exchange

  6. As a computer operator

  7. As a BPO

  8. Type writer job

  9. Stenographers

  10. As an accountant

  11. System analyst

  12. Technical writer

  13. Software consultant

  14. Software developer

Activities during the year 2013-14:

  1. P.Ramachandrarao, Incharge of Commerce dept. given lecture on “ Consumer protection Act” to the NSS volunteers in the special camp at Chollangiagraharam.

  2. Our department arranged guest lecture on “ Stock exchange” by Sri .P. Sathyanarayana Murthy, Rtd lec in commerce.

  3. Career guidance programme to the all final year students about their further studies.

  4. Organised Group discussion on “ Is E-Learning good for the education system and society”.

  5. Conducted debate on “ Internet/mobile phoned-a boon or nuisance”.

  6. Organised Departmental seminar on “ Role of management accountant in profit maximisation”.

  7. Field trip to the GMR Energy ltd.,Kakinada. With all final year students.

  8. Our students were participated in the literacy programmes organised by Chaitanyacollege,Kakinada And students got prizes.

  9. Ordanised literacy and cultural programmes in Commerce and consumer club and distributed prizes to the winners.

  10. Field trip to Korangiabhayaranyam, with all final year students.

  11. Our students were actively participated in NSS and NCC camps.

 

Research information:

1.Presented a Research paper by T.Deepthi, lecturer in Commerce on “INTERNET BANKING IN INDIAN SCENARIO” in the National seminar organised by V.K.V.GOVT DEGREE COLLEGE, KOTHAPETA,E.G

2. Presented a Research paper by T.Deepthi, lecturer in Commerceon “TALENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRY” in the National seminar, organised by ANDHRA UNIVERSITY.

3.Presenteda Research paper by T.Deepthi, lecturer in Commerce on “RURAL WOMEN EMPOWERMENT THROUGH MGNREGS” in the National seminar, organised by UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT,OSMANIA UNIVERSITY

4.Presenteda Research paper by T.Deepthi, lecturer in Commerce on “ROLE OF A TEACHER IN IMPLEMENTING RTE ACT” in the National seminar, organised by OSMANIA UNIVERSITY.

Departmental Library:

The departmental library is fundamental to the mission and teaching and learning goals of the college. Providing a wide range of facilities and services it facilitates the work of the classroom teacher and ensures each student has equitable access to resources, irrespective of home opportunities or constraints. It requires strategic support and systematic processes, to maximise its effectiveness in resourcing the curriculum and supporting the learning environment within the college. Research demonstrates that well-resourced, properly staffed departmental library have a positive impact on student achievement.

There are more than 300 books in our departmental library in all subjects and the books issued to the students and staff also.

Internal assessment:

Internal assessment is a crucial part of the instruction process in art and aids teachers, students, and parents in evaluating student progress. Internal assessment illustrates aspects of student progress that are not typically evaluated in external assessment.

The final purpose of assessment practices in education depends on the theoretical framework of the practitioners and researchers, their assumptions and beliefs about the nature of human mind, the origin of knowledge, and the process of learning.

To assess the performance of the students, AKNU and Andhra University conducts the internals and practical examinations to the students. We conduct Unit tests, half yearly and pre final examinations throughout the year.