The Bachelor of Commerce programme is a fundamental stream of study which equips a student with concepts on Accountancy, Business Administration, Finance, Economics and Industrial Policies. B Com is and always has been a lucrative career option among students. It is the first big step for students who wish to peruse careers in Finance, Taxation, Accountancy, and Economics. The Bachelor of Commerce Degree is designed to provide the student with a wide range of managerial skills at the same time building competence in a particular area of business studies. This is because it leads a student to higher education opportunities in the field of Business and Commerce such as ACCA, CA, MBA and M. Com. It is also important because it could lead to entry-level jobs in various companies as it is a purely financial and technical degree.
In a culture where the dominant form of communication is logical and verbal, art explores the power of visual imagery for personal and public communication. The Arts Department provides students with the means to pursue this imagery with a foundation in visual studies. This foundation is necessary for students to develop practical and theoretical knowledge about a broad range of visual activity, both past and present; students are offered courses that expose them to the complex relationship between theory and practice.
Scope of the Course
Students graduating with a major in arts may become professional artists or pursue careers in such diverse areas as arts management, museum and gallery practices, communication technologies, public school teaching, media arts, publishing, of the social domain. Many students who want to teach at the college level continue their education in graduate school.
Art Undergraduate Program Learning Outcomes
Students who earn a B.A. in Art will gain the skills, knowledge, and understanding that will enable them to:
1. Demonstrate proficiency in a range of techniques and media.
2. Demonstrate the ability to imagine, create and resolve a work of art.
3. Communication: Demonstrate familiarity with an ability to analyze both verbally and in writing issues and forms of contemporary art with a clear understanding of historical precedents.
4. Critical Thinking: Demonstrate the ability to articulate an insightful response and analysis of a work of art in order to participate in discussions and studio critiques.
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Mrs. Mansi Atitkar
HOD Arts & Commerce
Timing - 8.30 am - 3.30 pm