Mathabhanga College



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Department of Commerce

About The department

The Department of Commerce established in the year 1967 at Mathabhanga College enjoys an excellent reputation for the excellence of its teaching in this dynamic discipline. It ranks highly-rated departments in commerce among the undergraduate colleges of this region. The department is supported by a dedicated team of faculties who aim at effectively delivering a course in Commerce, which is prominent for uniformly maintaining its standards of academic excellence over the years. The quality of students in the undergraduate programme is commendable. The undergraduate programme in Commerce specially aims at shaping the higher academic skills of the students. Presently the Departments have three permanent faculties and two SACT faculties.

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Why Study Commerce?


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Programs Offered & Intake Capacity Commerce - Total: 332

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Programme Specific Outcome

The students should possess the knowledge, skills and attitudes during the end of the degree course. By virtue of the training they can become an Manager, Accountant, Management, Accountant, Bank Manager, Company Secretary, Professor etc.

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Seminars & Workshops

A UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Consumer Awareness and Rights in India was jointly organized by the Department of Political Science and Department of Commerce from 15th– 18th March 2019.

On 5th March, 2022, Dept. Of Commerce, Mathabhanga College organised one day national webinar on Financial Empowerment through wealth creation. The programme was conducted by Joint Convener Mr. Dipankar Karmakar. He addressed all the dignitaries with warm welcome. 

Welcome address was delivered by Dr. Sulagna Dutta, Teacher-in-Charge, Mathabhanga College. In her address she mentioned the importance of Financial empowerment and various aspects of financial portfolios. She appreciated the initiative that Dept. Of commerce had taken. 

Key note address was given by Mr.Surya Kant Sharma, Sr. Consultant, AMFI & DGM, SEBI. In his keynote address he explained various financial portfolios. He emphasized on how to manage earnings in various financial instruments. He mentioned importance of the mutual fund, various SIP, LIC and health insurance and different securities. He tried to cover all aspects of financial portfolio system. Mr. Ranjit Saibya, Assistant Professor of Commerce and also Joint Convener of this national Webinar delivered valedictory address. In the valedictory session he thanked all the dignitaries, participants and College authority for their active cooperation.

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