Atmiya University

About Department

Vision & Mission

Objectives

The objectives of the department is to provide competency-driven education along with a core component for growth and success. The department focuses to equip students with knowledge of accounting, taxation and finance to enhance their skills like entrepreneurial, managerial and analytical thinking. One of the important objectives is to leverage knowledge and resources to provide experiential learning, immersion and other collaborative opportunities to the learners for their best professional and career development.

Graduate Attributes

Academic excellence : Ability to identify key questions, research and pursue rigorous evidence-based arguments with broad understanding of other disciplines

Critical Thinking and Effective communications : Analysis and evaluation of information to form a judgment about a subject or idea and ability to effectively communicate the same in a structured form.

Global Citizenship :Mutual understanding with others from diverse cultures, perspectives and backgrounds

Life Long Learning :Open, curious, willing to investigate and consider new knowledge and ways of thinking and conscious of the impact of one’s actions on the environment

Program Educational Outcomes

B.Com programme will produce Graduates who will attain following PEOs after few years of graduation
PEO1   : Core Competency : To develop the competency to pursue higher education or successful professional career with synergistic combination of the knowledge and skills of commerce and business.
PEO2   : Breadth of Knowledge : To make students explore complex problems and take up research and development work in the related fields.
PEO3   : Preparedness : To show preparedness to take any task or assignment in the capacity of a leader or team member in their chosen occupations or careers and communities.
PEO4   : Professionalism :To show professionalism, ethical attitude, communication skills, team work in their profession and modify to current trends in technology by engaging in continuous professional development.
PEO5   : Learning Environment : To create and help a community of learning in which students gain knowledge and learn to apply it professionally with due consideration for ethical, ecological and economic issues.

Program Outcomes

After completion of the B.Com programme the graduate will be able to:
PEO1   : Domain Knowledge : Apply the knowledge of logistics to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PEO2   : Problem Analysis:Identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex logistics problems reaching substantiated conclusions using principles of logistics, warehousing, Cargo, etc.
PEO3   : Design/development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex logistics problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PEO4   : Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PEO5   : Modern Tool Usage :Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern information technological tools including prediction and modelling to complex logistics activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PEO6   : Professionalism and Society : Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional practice.
PEO7   : Environment and Sustainability : Understand the impact of the professional business solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PEO8   : Ethics :Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the moral dimensions and accept responsibility.
PEO9   : Individual and Team Work : Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PEO10   : Communication : Communicate effectively on complex commerce and business activities with the community and with the society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PEO11   : Project Management and Finance : Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the supply chain management, warehousing, Cargo and management principles to apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PEO12   : Life-long Learning : Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes

  • Communication capabilities
  • Critical and Reflective Thinking
  • Knowledge Integration
  • Ethical Reasoning

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

After completion of the B.Com programme the Graduate will:
PSO1   : Apply the knowledge and concepts of business, accounting, finance, management, taxation in starting and managing business and realize the social responsibilities, social realities and inculcate an essential value system.
PSO2   : Identify, formulate, research and analyse complex business problems to reach substantiated solution and conclusions.
PSO3   : Develop necessary professional knowledge and skills in accounting, finance and taxation
PSO4   : Implement traditional and modern strategies and practices of accounts, costing, banking, economics, auditing, law and taxation
PSO5   : Get awareness and prepare and pursue higher education and research in reputed institutes at national and international level.

Faculty profile

Dr. Vishal Khasgiwala



Professor (Dean of Faculty of Business and Commerce)
Ph.D, MBA, MCA,ADCA, B.Sc.(Comp. Sc. (Hons.), FDP-IIM(I)
Exp:23 Years (Academic) + 4 Years (Industry)


Dr. Jayesh Zalavadia



Associate Professor (Head of The Department - Commerce)
P.hd. MSC( Maths), BED, DCS, Mphill ( Maths)
Exp:26 Years


Dr. Alpa Joshi



Associated Professor (Program Coordinator)
Ph.D. (Management), M.Phil. (Commerce), M.Com., B.Com., MSc in Value Education, UGC NET (Management), UGC NET (Commerce)
Exp:17 Years


Dr. Mehul D. Chhaniyara



Assistant Professor
Ph.D.,DFM.,M.Phil., M.Com.& B.Com.
Exp:9.5 Years


Mr. Shrey Hareshbhai bhupatkar



Assistant Professor
B.COM, M.COM, M.Phil., Ph.D(Pursuing), UGC NET
Exp:3 Year


Ms. Nishita Thakrar



Assistant Professor
M.Com. , B.Com. , UGC NET, GSET, PHD (Pursuing)
Exp:3.5 Years


Mr Kirtikumar Solanki



Assistant Professor
B.Com, PGDIFA, M.Com, GSET(Commerce), NET(Commerce), PhD(Pursuing)
Exp:3 Years Academic + 2 Years Industry


Ms. Neha P Rawal



Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing), M.Com, MBA, B.com.
Exp:2 Years


Ms Anjali Maheshbhai Gohel



Assistant Professor
B.com, M.com, NET,GSET
Exp:1.5 Years


Ms. Pankti Atulbhai Pandya



Teaching Assistant
B.Com (Accounting and Finance) M.Com ( Accountancy) M.Phil (Commerce), Ph.D. (Pursuing)
Exp:3.2 Years


Ms. Mahek Raval



Teaching Assistant
Ph.D.(Pursuing), M.Com., B.Com
Exp:1 Year


Scope

 

Academia & Teaching - M.Com., NET, SET, B.Ed., Research Scholar, Fellow, Ph.D., D.Litt.

Banking and Finance - Economics, Finance, Investment Banking, Commercial Banking

Analytics - Business Analytics, Statistics, Actuarial Science, Quantitative Finance, Financial Engineering.

Financial Services - Modeling, Credit Analysis, Investment Management, Corporate Finance

Management - MBA with specialization

Sales and Marketing - Sales, Advertisement, Communication & PR

Law - LLB, Corporate Laws, Taxation, Litigation, Regulations & Compliances

IT - MCA, MSC-IT, Web Development, UI/UX Design, Animation, Accounting Software, SAP

Professional Courses - Accounting - CA, CS, ICWAI, ACCA, CIMA, CMA, CMA, CPA

Banking - PGCB, DBFS, CBM

Finance - CFA, FRM, FMA, FMVA, ChFC

Entrepreneurship - Start-ups

Research and Publication

Research Paper Publications;

Sr. No. Faculty Name  Journal Name Paper Title Publication Year
1 Mr. Shrey Hareshbhai Bhupatkar Research Matrix PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS’ COMPARISON WITH REFERENCE TO STATE BANK OF INDIA AND HDFC BANK 2020
2 Mr. Shrey Hareshbhai Bhupatkar Kala Sarovar Management of Non-performing Assets: A comparative analysis of Public and Private Sector Banks of India 2020
3 Mr. Shrey Hareshbhai Bhupatkar SPUNK Multidisciplinary journal Non-Performing Assets: An analysis of Selected public sector banks of India 2021
4 Mr. Shrey Hareshbhai Bhupatkar INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EMERGING TRENDS AND CONTEMPORARY PRACTICES - 2022 INVESTMENTS IN ESG FUNDS AS A BETTER INVESTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT: A STUDY OF SELECTED EST FUNDS OF INDIA 2022
5 Mr. Shrey Hareshbhai Bhupatkar SKIPS ANVESHAN MOOCS- THE LEARNING DRIVER FOR THE STUDENTS OF HIGHER EDUCATION: AWARENESS AMONG THE STUDENTS REGARDING MOOCS 2022
6 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar RET ACADEMY FOR INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH (RAIJMR) AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS OF SELECTED PHARAMSECUTICAL COMPANIES OF INDIA 2020
7 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar RET ACADEMY FOR INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH (RAIJMR) A STUDY OF LIQUIDITY ANALYSIS OF SELECTED AUTOMOBILE COMPANIES IN INDIA 2020
8 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar RET ACADEMY FOR INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH (RAIJMR) COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF GRASIM INDUSTRIES AND ULTRA TECH CEMENT LIMITED  2020
9 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar SKIPS Anveshan (A Journal of Management Studies) "MOOCs - The Learning Driver for the Students of Higher Education: Awareness among the students regarding MOOCs" 2022
10 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar RESEARCH MATRIX An Examination of How Demographic Factors Affect The Technical And Fundamental Analysis Practiced By Retail Investors of Indian Stock Market 2023
11 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar SAGE International Journal of Management, Commerce, Arts and Humanities Retail Investors Awareness towards Stock Market with Special Reference to Rajkot City 2021
12 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar Hemchandracharya International E-Journal of Research Factors Influencing Retail Investors’ Trading Behavior in Indian Stock Market 2022
13 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar DARSHAN-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT  “Performance Analysis with the help of Value Added Ratios: A Comparative Study of Titan Ltd & Rajesh Export” 2023
14 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar Education and Society  Using the Altman Z Score Model to Forecast the Financial Distress of a Subset of NIFTY 50 Companies in light of SDG 8—Decent Work and Economic Growth 2023
15 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar Journal of Advanced Research in Economics and Administrative Sciences Paving the Way to Logistics Excellence Education's Role in Shaping India's Future Supply Chain Professionals 2023
16 Miss Nishita Tulsidas Thakrar ATMAJ Academic Research Journal Prediction of Financial Distress by Using Bankometer Model: A Study of Selected Public Sector and Private Sector Banks in India 2024
17 Mr. Pratik Pravin Educare International Journal of  Commerce & Management AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF IMPACT OF SPLITTING OF SHARE ON FINANCIAL PARAMETERS Educare International Journal of  Commerce & Management 2320-141X Peer Referred Nil Yes 2019
18 Mr. Pratik Pravin An International Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal Of Applied Research BANKING AND CLOUD COMPUTING 2020
19 Mr. Pratik Pravin AN INTERNATIONAL REFEREED MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING IN INDIA 2020
20 Mr. Pratik Pravin VIDHYAYANA An International Multidisciplinary Research E-Journal AN IMPACT OF STOCK SPLIT ANNOUNCEMENT AND STOCK SPLIT EVENT ON SELECTED COMPANIES 2020
21 Mr. Pratik Pravin SPUNK MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH JOURNAL Financial Literacy Among Young Investors: A Case Study Of Rajkot City 2020
22 Mr. Pratik Pravin Dogo Rangsang Research Journal EXPLORING ATTITUDES OF COLLEGE STUDENTS TOWARDS STOCK MARKET INVESTMENT: AN ANALYSIS OF  RAJKOT,GUJARAT (INDIA) 2023
23 Mr. Pratik Pravin Dogo Rangsang Research Journal A STUDY ON FINANCIAL KNOWELDGE AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS OF  RAJKOT CITY 2023
24 Mr. Pratik Pravin Darshan - The International Journal of Commerce and Management Financial Literacy and Women Empowerment: A Case Study of Working Women in Rajkot City 2023
25 Mr. Pratik Pravin Darshan - The International Journal of Commerce and Management ISSN: 2583-1682 Financial Literacy and Women Empowerment: A Case Study of Working Women in Rajkot City 2023
26 Mr. Pratik Pravin Darshan - The International Journal of Commerce and Management ISSN: 2583-1682 Financial Literacy and Women Empowerment: A Case Study of Working Women in Rajkot City 2023
27 Mr. Pratik Pravin Darshan - The International Journal of Commerce and Management ISSN: 2583-1682 Financial Literacy and Women Empowerment: A Case Study of Working Women in Rajkot City 2023
28 Miss Neha P Rawal Ayudh ISSN- 2321: 2160 (International Peer- Reviewed Referred Journal), A Study on Awareness about National Education policy- 2020 among college students w.r.t Rajkot city 2023
29 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia Shanti E Journal of Research Credit Card Fraud Detection using Hybrid Machine Learning Algorithm 2023
30 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia Tathapi Task placement and Virtual Machine Migration Technique in Cloud Computing Environment 2022
31 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia Research Matrix FEAR OF STATISTICS AMONG TEFL POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS 2021
32 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia View of Space A Study on investor's perception towards mutual funds with special reference to junagadh city  2020
33 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia juni khayat Online Security & Privacy : diagram and fundamental research 2020
34 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia tathapi Information Mining Techniques for Customer Relationship Management in Banking Sector 2020
35 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia Purakala INFORMATION MINING APPLICATION IN BANKING SECTOR 2020
36 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia PARIPEX INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH DYNAMIC VIRTUAL MACHINE MIGRATION USING RATIO-BASED METHOD 2020
37 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia International  Journal of  Vidyawarta Web Search and Analysis  Using CI Spider and META Spider 2019
38 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia JOURNAL OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND INNNOVATIVE RESEARCH Shortest distance between two vertices in connected graph using TJadjacency of vertices and minimum dominating set 2018
39 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia View of Space Business mathematics  in application  and  implication  to agribusiness mnagement 2017
40 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH   Quality of Efficient Teaching of Mathematics 2016
41 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH Uses of ICT tools in Education 2015
42 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia View of space Toeplitz  and circulant matrices 2014
43 Dr. Jayesh Naranbhai Zalavadia View of Space A Study About weather forecast uncertanity management and display 2013

Event

Sr. No. Event Name Event Date Photo Gallery
1 Science Popularization Activity 2024-03-28 View
2 Industrial visit 2024-03-21 View
3 Expert talk-SNJ Pvt Ltd 2024-03-16 View
4 Alumni Talk 2024-03-06 View
5 IGNITE 2024-03-04 View
6 Swatantryam 2021-12-15 View
7 Industrial Visit 2021-11-27 View
8 Social Visit 2021-10-29 View
9 Atmiya Aaradhana 2021-10-11 View
10 Addiction - Darkness Behind Happiness 2021-10-01 View
11 Resume Building Seminar 2021-09-29 View
12 Zindagi 2.0 2021-09-24 View
13 Bazaar Builders 2021-09-23 View
14 Gajanan Mahotsav 2021-09-17 View
15 Student Induction Program 2021-08-16 View
16 Atmiya Adwitiya 2021-02-18 View

Department Infrastructure

Placement

Sr. No. Name of the Student Name of the Company Package (Per Annum) Designation
1 Mr. Hemang  Boricha Top India Elevators private Limited 1.5L Office Executive
2 Ms. Hemanshi Vyas Top India Elevators private Limited 1.7L Back Office Department
3 Ms. Shrushti Jadvani Top India Elevators private Limited 1.7L Office Executive

Achievements

Sr. No. Name of the Student  Batch Achieved
1 Mr. Jeet Dhol 18-21 (B.Com.) Alumni: Assistant Commissioner - GST (Gujarat)
2 Mr. Jayrajsinh Rana 21-24 (B.Com.) National level Sports - Cricket & Volleyball
3 Mr. aryan Gohel 22-25 (B.Com.) National level Sports - Cricket
4 Mr. Devvratsinh Gohil 22-25 (B.Com.) National level Sports - Volleyball
5 Ms. Drashti Dhabeliya 21-23 (M.Com.) Best Research Paper Award - Vividha National Conference at Chirst College
6 Ms. Chandani Barot 21-23 (M.Com.) Best Research Paper Award (2nd Rank) - Vividha National Conference at Chirst College