The Department of Commerce conducts various value based programmes in frequent intervels where in the Students are enabled to think creatively and to develop right mindset to meet the challenges of the globalised business environment, through value based education, interpersonal relations and outreach programmes.

Personality Development Program organized by Department of Commerce

Our personality is the true reflection of our inner being. As a student, it is essential to develop an outgoing and impressive personality that will enhance the quality of learning and educating oneself. The department is providing continuous PDP on the topics – Presentation Skills, purpose of living, Quantitative Aptitude, Motivation, Time Management, leadership, career planning & Setting Expectations, Transforming Professionals, Communication& Learning Skills, Motivation & Goal Setting, Confidence Building, Personal Values & Ethics.

Invited Lecture Series

The SCMS School of Technology and Management, Department of Commerce offers the students, in addition to their academic curriculum with an opportunity to interact with eminent personalities from the various sectors of life. The following are the list of programs conducted for the Academic Year 2017 - 2018:-

Name of Guest/ Organization Topic
Adv. Latha M.S Basic legal aspects and Ragging Prohibition Act, 1998
Hon’ble Sub - Judge Mr. Mohit. C.S. Secretary KELSA (Kerala Legal Services Authority) and Adv. Ms. V.K. Hema Basic legal aspects and Ragging Prohibition Act, 1998
Make A Difference (MAD) Role of MAD in Society
T.K. Sabu, CI of Police, Adimali The challenges faced by the youth of today’s generation/td>
Mr. V.S. Binu, Faculty MBA Dept. SCMS School of Technology and Management National Institute of Securities Market and various certification programs by NISM
Mr. Jose Thera, Assistant General Manager, State Bank of India, State Bank Learning Centre, Kochi Practical aspects of Banking and Trends of Banking
Fire and Safety Department The safety measures to be taken at any mishap of fire
RijoGratius, Faculty, School of Legal Studies Holistic Learning Practices for Academic
CUSAT Excellence
Captain Prem G Nath Financial Literacy
Lijeesh - IBS Campus to Corporate – Career Opportunities
Joby Paul – Iron Man Endurance Sports and Health

CHAI - PE – CHARCHA –A Discussion with the students

Chai-PeCharcha –the name symbolizes–A discussion around tea. It is the first one of its kindactivity planned so that students representing each class would have an opportunity for discussion of wide range of topics with a resource person. It’s a new endeavor with an intention of creating awareness among students about moral etiquettes and shaping them into better persons.

The discussion will be held every Friday from 1.40 to 2.40 pm. It will be chaired by any resource person. Three participants from each class would be selected and therefore twenty seven students in total would attend the same. Value based topics will be selected by the resource person for their discussion. Students will also be asked to give their valuable inputs to the topic. The program was started with an intention that the students would be able to succeed in personal as well as professional endeavors in future. The session will sum up with a cup of tea.

Semester Wise Details

Semester- 1

SL No. Course Code Course Name Credit Hours per week
1 Language- English-I 4 5
2 Second Language-I 4 4
3 CO1CRT01 Dimensions and Methodology of Business Studies 2 3
4 CO1CRT02 Financial Accounting I 4 5
5 CO1CRT03 Corporate Regulations and Administration 3 4
6 CO1CMT01 Banking and Insurance 3 4
Total 20 25

Semester- 2

SL No. Course Code Course Name Credit Hours per week
1 Language- English-I 4 5
2 Second Language-I 4 4
3 CO2CRT04 Financial Accounting II 4 5
4 CO2CRT05 Business Regulatory Framework 3 4
5 CO2CRT06 Business Management 3 3
6 CO2CMT0 Principles of Business Decisions 3 4
Total 21 25

Semester- 3

SL No. Course Code Course Name Credit Hours per week
1 Language- English-I 3 3
2 CO3CRT07 Corporate Accounts I 4 5
3 CO3CRT08 Quantitative Techniques for Business- 1 4 5
4 CO3CRT09 Financial Markets and Operations 3 4
5 CO3CRT10 Marketing Management 3 3
Optional - 1
CO3OCT01 Finance and Taxation-Goods and Services Tax 4 5
CO3OCT02 Computer Application- Information Technology for Business (Theory) 3 3
InformationTechnologyforBusiness (Practical)- Exam in semester 4 only - -
TOTAL for streams other than Computer Applications 21 25
TOTAL for Computer Application Stream 20 25

Semester- 4

SL No. Course Code Course Name Credit Hours per week
1 Language- English-I 3 3
2 CO4CRT11 Corporate Accounts II 4 6
3 CO4CRT12 Quantitative Techniques for Business- II 4 6
4 CO4CRT13 Entrepreneurship Development and Project Management 4 5
5 CO4 Optional - 2 4 5
CO4OCT01 Finance and Taxation-Financial Services 4 5
Information Technology for Office (Practical) - 2
CO34OCP01 Computer Application Practical Examination for Information Technology for Office and Information technology for Business 2 NA
TOTAL for streams other than Computer Application 19 25
TOTAL for Computer Application Stream 20 25

Semester- 5

SL No. Course Code Course Name Credit Hours per week
1 CO5CRT14 Cost Accounting - 1 4 6
2 CO5CRT15 Environment Management and Human Rights 4 5
3 CO5CRT16 Finance and Taxation- FinancialManagement 4 5
CO5CMT08 Computer Application- Programming in ‘C’ (Theory) 3 3
Programming in ’C’ (Practical)- Examination in sem 6 only - 2
4 Optional - 3
CO5OCT01 Finance and Taxation-Income Tax- I 4 5
CO5OCT02 Computer Application- Computerised Accounting(Theory) 3 3
Computerised Accounting (Practical)- Examination in 6th Semester only - 2
5 CO5OP02 Open Course : Capital market and Investment management 3 4
TOTAL for streams other than Computer Application 19 25
TOTAL for Computer Application stream 17 25

Semester- 6

SL No. Course Code Course Name Credit Hours per week
1 CO6CRT17 Cost Accounting - 2 4 6
2 CO6CRT18 Advertisement and Sales Management 3 4
3 CO6CRT19 Auditing and Assurance 4 5
CO6CMT10 Computer Application- Database Management System 3 3
Database Management System (Practical) - 2
CO56CMP01 Computer Application Practical Examination for Programming in C 2 NA
4 CO6CRT20 Management Accounting 4 5
5 CO6OCT Optional - 4 4 5
CO6OCT01 Finance and Taxation-Income Tax- II 4 5
CO6OCT02 Computer Application- Software for Business and Research (Theory) 3 3
Software for Business and Research(Practical) - 2
CO56OCP01 Computer Application- Practical Examination – Computerised Accounting and Software for Business and Research 2 NA
6 CO6PR01 Project and Viva 1
TOTAL for streams other than Computer Application 20 25
TOTAL for Computer Application 22 25


Teaching and training system at SSTM are not confined to the University syllabus. We teach many more subjects like Entrepreneurial Development, Contemporary issues in HR, Marketing, Knowledge Management, Wealth Management, Project Management and Funding to empower and help the students face the modern competitive global environment. Though these are non- credit courses, internal marks are awarded on the basis of the earnestness and interest the students show in the study of non-credit courses.


At SSTM, the faculty has total freedom to choose the method that is best suited for the session. A variety of teaching and learning techniques are employed to impart knowledge and skills.

Lectures, case analysis, simulation games and exercises, syndicates, group discussions, video sessions, team projects, game plays, quiz programmes or computer simulations and practical project work are commonly used. These help develop conceptual, analytical and decision making skills and prepare students to face the challenges of the complex business and organizational environment. Students have the opportunity to work one-on-one with the faculty. Special attention is bestowed when core courses are taught.


This is a novel approach for betterment of education. Immediately after admission, the students are divided into groups of 8 or 10. Each group is assigned to a faculty member who will be their mentor for the remaining two years.

The groups meet to assess, analyse and rehearse. Skills are honed, programmes prepared and issues are discussed. Members of the groups prepare and make presentations. The assigned faculty member closely monitors activities of the group and provides necessary guidance.

This programme help students shed their inhibitions, develop communication skills and become good orators. It effectively supplements personality development programmes conducted at regular intervals by renowned experts at the campus


At SSTM, our MBA programme is re-engineered to be based as close as possible to the real-world criteria. Our faculty will apply their innovative professional expertise to help students assess, develop and apply all the managerial skills, which will make them effective managers.

As part of the teaching system, we conduct interface sessions periodically called Institute Industry Interaction (III) by inviting practising managers of different disciplines. These lively sessions help students familiarise with problems that a manager faces and solutions he arrives at in real-life situations

The invited industry leaders also help build rapport with students, making every session a rewarding experience for both.


The instructors will have the freedom to decide the criteria for internal evaluation of each course. However, the assessment criteria can include, internal assessment tests, assignments, project work, group / individual class presentations, case studies, seminars, attendance and class participation. The instructor will make available on LAN clear guidelines regarding the assessment criteria to the class before the commencement of the course. The internal assessment results will be published on the notice board and the students will be given at least a week to have clarifications, if any, before the external examination for the semester.


For all the courses, a written examination of the duration of three hours would be conducted at the end of each semester. Each examination carries a maximum of 60 marks. The end term examination is conducted by the Mahatma Gandhi University.

In case a candidate fails to secure the required minimum of 50 percent marks in the internal assessment, one may secure it by repeating the course altogether in a regular class in a subsequent semester. However, such improvement in sessionals for a course cannot be attempted more than once.


The minimum marks required for a pass in the MBA Programme is 50 percent.

Candidates who have secured not less than 60 percent marks in aggregate for all the four semesters shall be declared to have passed MBA degree examination in First Class. Candidates who have secured not less than 80 percent marks in aggregate for all the four semesters shall be declared to have passed MBA degree examination with Distinction. Candidates for the MBA degree shall be eligible to undergo the course of study in the subsequent semester and take the examination of that semester irrespective of the examination results of the previous semester, provided they have completed all the formalities of attendance, payment of all fees due to the University and registration for the examination in the earlier semesters.


No student shall be allowed to appear in the University examination of a course if he/she has not secured 75 percent of attendance for each course during semester.



Students who are specialising in Human Resource Management become members of HR Clan. They conduct surveys on HR perspectives, seminars, and also undertake specifi assignments on behalf of the industry.


Marketing Grid is an association of the management students of SCMS group having the following objectives:

  • enhance the marketing skills of the students by interacting with practising managers.
  • pursue fieldresearch in marketing and management related areas.
  • contribute to the overall personality development of the students through seminars and topical presentations.

The Grid organizes weekly meetings with practicing managers.


Panorama is an annual management meet of students. This two-day event brings together noted professionals in the areas of Finance, HR, Systems and Marketing


The Finance Forum is a forum of students who have an interest in the fi of fi The Finance Forum regularly organises seminars and lecture meetings with experts from the industry. Some of the issues discussed in the recent past are the National Budget, Credit Policy, Stock Exchange Simulations and Corporate Health.

Add on Programmes

The Department of Commerce, SCMS School of Technology and Management offers the following ADD- ON Courses and Certificate Courses along with the Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce (B.Com) affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam.


CMA (USA) -Vidyarupa School of Managements Studies, conduct the CMA (USA) Classes at SCMS.

ACCA-KAPPAN’s School of Accountancy and Management.


TALLY-Manvish Info solutions PVT LTD

Foundation Programme in Banking and Financial Services-Hedge School of Applied Economics


The Certified Management Accountant is an advanced professional certification specifically designed to measure the critical accounting and financial Management Skills that are especially relevant for success in a business environment. CMA certification can expand the student opportunities in current position and for the long term. Leading employers seek out CMAs to hire and promote in positions requiring critical accounting and financial management skills.


Association of Charted Certified Accountants (ACCA) is a global body for professional accounting. It provides the students with the skills and knowledge relevant to any business, that help each student to choose the possible financial role and organization they might want to work with.

Certificate Courses


TALLY ERP9 is one of the leading accounting packages widely used in India. Itis an ERP solution that enables the students to handle -Accounts, Inventory, billing, taxation, payroll functions like PF ESI etc.

Foundation programme inBankingandFinancial Services

Foundation Programme in Banking and Financial Services is designed to deliver the key employability skills to our students who wish to pursue a career in the financial services industry including, banking and financial markets.

All these ADD-ON and Certificate Courses trains the students to face the Industrial Challenges with Confidence and Expertise.



Model-I Finance and Taxation

Model-II Computer Applications

Admission to B.Com. Degree Programmes shall be open only to candidates who have passed the plus Two of the Higher Secondary Board of Kerala or any similar qualifications recognized by M.G. University, Kottayam , Kerala with 60% or more.

Eligibility for admission

Admission to B.Com. Degree Programmes shall be open only to candidates who have passed the 12th / plus Two of the Higher Secondary Board of Kerala or any similar qualifications recognized by M.G. University, Kottayam , Kerala


You apply online by filling the application from the website https://sstmadmission.linways.com/onlineadmission/ and submit the same duly filled in along with

  • Copies of 10th and 12th mark lists
  • community certificate(if applicable) and
  • a passport size photograph

Application can be submitted online from the website by paying application fee of Rs. 650/- online or by giving DD details (worth Rs. 650/- in favour of “Director, SSTM” payable in Ernakulam). The cost of form and application is 650/-.