Institution Affiliated to Bharathiar University

G.N.Mills Post, Coimbatore - 641029, Tamil Nadu, INDIA

  • Re-accredited by NAAC with 'A' Grade 3.64 CGPA (3rd Cycle)
  • College of Excellence (UGC)
  • Co-Educational Institution Approved by UGC, New Delhi
  • NIRF Rank: 51 (All Over India)


National Level Conference- Dept. of Commerce (UG)

National Level Conference titled “Changing Contours of Indian Financial System” was organized by the Department of Commerce (UG) on 25th January, 2019.


            Dr.S.Uma, Associate Professor and Head of the Department, welcomed the gathering. Dr.V.Balasubramaniam, The principal of Kongunadu Arts and Science College, delivered the inaugural address. Dr.A.Vimala, Professor and Head, Department of Extension & Career Guidance, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore has delivered the keynote address. She narrated about the recent changes in Indian Financial System and its related job opportunities.

           Dr.M.Revathi Bala, Chief Executive Officer (i/c), Kongunadu Arts and Science College, felicitated the gathering.


            Dr.M.Prakash, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Christ Deemed to be University, Bengaluru, chaired the technical session. He addressed the gathering about the rapidly growing banking sector in India and the future banking in the globe with a presentation. He highlighted the advancement took place in the financial system as well as the growth of Internet Banking. He insisted the students to gain more knowledge in future banking aspects.  Around 526 members participated and 107 papers were received and presented in the Technical session.

Participants from Various districts in Tamil Nadu have actively participated and presented papers in the Conference.


Dr.S.Uma, Head of the Department, Kongunadu Arts and Science College, Coimbatore has addressed the Valedictory session. She highlighted about the benefits gained by the participants and students through the national level conference and she also presented the conference report and highlighted the implications made by the delegates.

Updated : 28-01-2019