Department of Commerce

Head of Department: Prof. Bhartendu Singh

Phone: 9436354726  

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The Department of Commerce, set up in July 2002, imparts contemporary quality education in Commerce to young persons, develop their competence, undertake applied research in the discipline and spread the benefit of knowledge of Commerce in the society.We cultivate a sense of service, professionalism, ethics, and dedication in our students. The department has been offering M.Com., M. Phil. and Ph.D. programmes. The Department has recently started B.Voc (Handloom Weaver) programme.

To be a dynamic centre of teaching – learning and research in business studies and to provide competent human resource to the world of business.

To promote excellence in teaching, learning and research in business education. Our goal is to produce commerce graduates with both a strong base of technical knowledge and the complementary skills needed to be successful professional in the contemporary business world.


  • To ensure our students are learning the required skills and expertise needed to work as professional.
  • To maintain a strong focus on sustainability in our teaching and research.
  • To remain responsive to the needs of our communities, viz. our students, our faculty, our university, our profession, the public at large, business & industry, as well as the environment.
  • To build and update academic programs to meet ever changing needs of students, industry and the community.

Areas of Research

  •  Entrepreneurship & Agripreneurship
  •  Marketing & Consumer Behavior
  •  Human Resource Management
  •  Banking and Insurance
  •  Personal Finance and Investments

SWOT Analysis

A. Strength:

  1. Rigorous selection procedure for admission
  2. Contemporary students. and updated M.Com Syllabi
  3. Diversity of faculty
  4. Work culture and team spirit.
  5. Computer Lab with Tally (GST) package
  6. Students from best institutions in the country

B. Weaknesses:

  1. Insufficient exposure of students to other places.
  2. Insufficient of networking with other universities
  3. Not having full-fledged Dept. Library.
  4. Inadequate space and less number of systems in Computer Laboratory.

C. Opportunities:

  1. Manpower demand in services sector.
  2. Development of hands-on business skill through start-up ecosystem within the campus.
  3. Foreign trade opportunities with neighboring nations.
  4. Popularization of commerce education.
  5. Extension and collaboration with the State Govt. and industries.
  6. Providing consultation to policy makers through action researches in the field of trade and commerce.
  7. Creating support for business enterprises in Mizoram by impartment of hands-on skills and expertise in GST
  8. Driver of entrepreneurial atmosphere and undertakings within the State 

D. Threat/ Challenges:

  1. Developing the entrepreneurial mindset among students
  2. Declining job opportunities in Govt. sector
  3. Reluctance of passed-out students to seek jobs outside Mizoram.
  4. Absence of industries in the state.
  5. To attract students inflow from other states and abroad