Department of Commerce

Introduction

Realizing the industry-oriented needs in general and region-oriented ones in particular, specifically those of district Faisalabad. The Department of Commerce, under the Faculty of Management and Administrative Sciences, was established in 2015. The Department started two Degree Programs i.e. Bachelors in commerce and Masters in Commerce in it seminal phase. The Bachelors degree consists of Four Year academic study whereas Masters Degree comprises two years course work. The department also introduced two new degree programs and now it is a successful addition in the offer list of the department of the university. These programs have been listed as BS (Accounting & Finance) and BS (Banking & finance). The department aims to train students in different domains of Commerce, Finance and Accounting with a view to capacitate them to meet the emerging challenges of trade, industry and business in the country and abroad as well. It would also equip them with major understanding of both national and international knowledge of commerce related studies. The Department is committed to prepare the students for working on executive and managerial positions with confidence to apply theoretical and practical knowledge for the development of commercial ventures. It also helps them to develop skills for teaching and research in Commerce.

Vision

To be an institute of academic excellence with total commitment to quality education in Commerce, management and related fields, with a holistic concern for better life, environment and society.

Mission

1. Empowering students with all the knowledge and guidance that they need to become worthy management professionals. 2. Learning through Doing. 3. Imparting value framework that is global yet national. 4. Providing for holistic and value based development of students which ultimately enhances their employability. 5. Developing social consciousness among students. 6. To carve a niche for ourselves in the specialized field of commerce and management. 7. Provide a nurturing and motivating environment to exploit the full potential of the students. 8. Grooming youth to become a truly global personality well equipped to deal with the modern world and its challenges. 9. Enable holistic development of personality with a humane and global outlook

Programs Offered

BS Commerce [Four Years Degree Programme ]

M.COM Commerce [Two Years Degree Programme ]

  • Program Duration: 2 years
  • Program Duration: 2 years
  • Eligibility Criteria: Bachelor of Commerce/ B.COM
  • Seats Allocation:  50 Seats for morning
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FAIZA REHMAN

Lecturer, Commerce

Master/ MS (18 Years) Degree MS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SPECIALIZATION IN BANKING &FINANCE




AISHA IMTIAZ

Assistant Professor, Commerce

Master/ MS (18 Years) Degree Management Sciences




SIDRA GULAM RASOOL

Teaching Assistant, Commerce

M-Phil (18 Years) Degree M.Phil Commerce




SADIA MUNIR

Teaching Assistant, Commerce

M-Phil (18 Years) Degree M.PHIL Commerce( specialization in finanace)




RUFIA SAEED

Research Assistant, Commerce

M-Phil (18 Years) Degree M.Phil. Commerce




RUBAB MAZHAR

Teaching Assistant, Commerce

M-Phil (18 Years) Degree Master of Science in Management Science




SADAF AKRAM

Teaching Assistant, Commerce

Master/ MS (18 Years) Degree MS Business Administration




ALIYA KANWAL

Lecturer, Commerce

Master/ MS (18 Years) Degree MBA HRM (3.5 Years)




AMNA KANWAL

Lecturer, Commerce

Qulification Not Present




Publications

1. Books

2. Research Paper

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RUBAB ANAM.In: Financial Self-Efficacy and Womens Personal Finance Behaviour: A case study of Public Sector Banks in Pakistan,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,,N/A;N/A,02-JAN-19. p.96-117
FAIZA REHMAN.In: Mediating Role of Liquidity Policy on theCorporate Governance Performance:Evidence from Pakistan.,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,2288-4637,SOUTH KOREA,461-713;SHINHEUNG-DONG SUJEONG-GU,SEONGNAM,GYEONGGI ,07-JUL-20. p.15-23
FAIZA REHMAN.In: Organizational antecedents and talent turnover: A relational analysis of credit card departments of banks,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,ISSN 1923-9335,growing science;growing science,14-NOV-20. p.1-10
NOSHEEN NASIR.In: innovation e-business and inter firm dependence on business performance with the mediating effect of e-business integrations,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,6202307641,Google;Amazon Business,02-FEB-18. p.1-10
ROMANA RIAZ.In: The impact of innovation e-business and inter firm dependence on business performance with the mediating effect of e-business integrations,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,978 ??? 620-2-30721-5,Google;Google,02-FEB-18. p.1-10
NAWISH BASHIR.In: Moderating Effect of Board Capital on the Board Characteristics and Market Performance Relationship: A Case from Manufacturing Sector of Pakistan,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,2319 ??? 8028,(IJBMI);(IJBMI),24-AUG-18. p.15-24
RUFIA SAEED.In: Does Emotional Labor Mediate the Relationship Between Transformational Leadership Style and Service Recovery Performance ,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,ISSN 2422-8397,www.iiste.org;www.iiste.org,13-MAR-00. p.1-7
RUFIA SAEED.In: Corporate Social Responsibility and Accounting Restatement: Evidence from Pakistan,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,ISSN 2222.1697(paper) ISSN 2222.2847(online),www.iiste.org;www.iiste.org,29-FEB-20. p.23-27
HIRA MANZOOR.In: The influence of social factors on business performance: A study of middle level managers of textile-based organizations,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,2322-6307,amazoniainvestiga@gmail.com;https://amazoniainvestiga.info/index.php/amazonia,11-NOV-20. p.59-67
3. Chapter Contributed

4. Seminar Information

5. Conference Proceeding

FAIZA REHMAN.In: ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION: AS A MEDIATOR BETWEEN ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND POVERTY,editor/orgniation.(eds.)ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION: AS A MEDIATOR BETWEEN ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND POVERTY,nil:nil,Year of publication, p.9-9