Master of Philosophy – Commerce (Shift 1)


“Develop a passion for learning. If you do you will never cease to grow”
– Anthony J D’Angelo

As a new feather in the cap of PG & Research Department of Commerce, M.Phil course was launched in the academic year 2017-18 with the vision of transforming the post graduate students as researchers. The main motive of M.Phil course is to enhance the skills of research and teaching. The Course provides a strong foundation for the students on research skills and develops the overall expertise of a teacher.

Admission Procedure

The Admission process of M.Phil course consists of two phases: Entrance Test and oral interview.
An Entrance Test for 50 marks of descriptive paper will be conducted to the candidates for 1 hour.
After the entrance test, the candidates will have to undergo oral interview in which the candidates will be asked to take demo classes in front of the interview panel. The Selection criteria will be based on their performance in the Entrance test, oral interview and their academic percentage in PG course.

Road Map of M.Phil Program

We have allotted 45 hours to take classes for UG students, 30 hours to conduct Arrear coaching classes for UG and PG students, ,30 hours to attend NET/SET Coaching classes, 45 hours to prepare study materials in the form of Flipped classroom, films and active based learning, 30 hours to involve themselves in Social activities and 40 hours for research orientation and other research based activities such as mini projects and publish papers in reputed journals like Scopus, UGC sponsored journals.
At present the first batch of M.Phil students have submitted mini projects on the major societal issues

Programme Specific Outcome

PSO1 To acquire knowledge on the meaning and purpose of Research, essentials of Scientific Methods, Types of Research and Research design.
PSO2 To Understand the Steps in research – Selection and formulation of research problem, review, setting up of objectives, definition of concepts, formulation of Hypothesis, Construction of tools, field work and collection of data.
PSO3 To acquire knowledge on the concepts used in research – facts and data, reliability, precision, bias and validity, variables, parameters, axioms, postulates and premises, models, theory and hypothesis.
PSO4 To understand the formulation of hypothesis, types and sources of hypothesis, testing of hypothesis and errors in testing.
PSO5 To understand the techniques of sampling, sampling errors, sample size, sampling methods and their application, testing the appropriateness of a sample.
PSO5 To acquire knowledge on Principles and methods of collection of data- Primary and secondary data, observation, interview, questionnaire, pretest and pilot study, reliability testing, validating a questionnaire, Statistical Analysis and statistical tools.

Why Should I Study?

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  • Dr. S. Padmavathi

    +91 44 -2432 8506 / 07

    M.Com., M.Phil., M.Ed., SLST, Ph.D

  • Dr. S. Rukmani

    Vice Principal
    Director Internal Quality Assurance Cell
    +91 44 -2432 8506 / 07

    M.Com, M.Phil, ICWA(Inter), Ph.D, SLET

  • Dr.C.K.Deepa

    Director – Centre of Excellence Retail
    HOD of M.Com
    +91 44-2432 8506 / 07

    -M.Com., MBA., M.Phil. Ph.D, SET

  • Ms.K.Vijayalakshmi

    Assistant Professor
    +91 44-2432 8506 / 07

    –  M.CS., M.Phil., SET

  • Dr.D.Sumathi

    Assistant Professor
    +91 44 -2432 8506 / 07

    – M.Com., M.Phil., SET, Ph.D

  • Dr.G.K.Lavanya

    Assistant Professor
    +91 44-2432 8506 / 07

    – M.Com.,M.Phil., M.B.A.,Ph.D

  • Ms.C.Vasanthi ( Stat)

    Assistant Professor
    +91 44-2432 8506 / 07

    – M.Sc., M. Phil, SET


Odd Semester 2019 - 20

Odd Semester 2018 - 19