Prof.Sitara Rayabagi (Co-ordinator

Witnessing to our motto of Excellence through Higher Education, we Oxford PG Department of Studies in Commerce, Hubli, (Affiliated to Karnatak University, Dharwad) believe that great responsibilities are vested on us as educators and researchers. Since the inception of this college, we have been contributing hard to comprehend the broad significance of education while designing our calendar of events.

We believe in providing the right learning culture, not only theoretical but also pragmatic atmosphere to help you all to measure up to emerging challenges. Oxford acts as a catalyst in your learning process by giving you world class infrastructure and a curriculum which has the right blend of classroom teaching and case study approach. We lay emphasis on holistic development of our students. The institution provides myriad of opportunities outside the classroom -be it industrial interaction, cultural activities, sports and entrepreneurship pursuits.

OXFORDIANS have always made a mark for themselves in their pursuit of choice after graduating from this institution. Using their skills, knowledge and most importantly the well-rounded perspective that they develop here, they go on to drive a change and inspire the world

Key Objectives:

1. To create for the students of the Oxford College, Hubballi an avenue for employment in the academics and also to benefit Industry by providing them with suitably trained persons in the field of Accounting & Finance.

2. To prepare students to exploit newly created opportunities in the Commerce field.

3. To give adequate exposure to the operational environment in the field of commerce.

4. To inculcate training & practical approach by using modern technology amongst the students in the field of Commerce.

M.Com Admissions - Eligibility

A candidate who has passed the B.Com degree examination from a recognized university.

A candidate who has secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate in commerce subjects in all the examinations of the B.Com course