1. Knowledge Sharing

We at Amity College of Commerce and Finance have a knowledge sharing platform wherein we deliberate on innovative and path-breaking multi-disciplinary ideas which can be materialized. The idea is to stir the intellectual vault and share something substantial which could be beneficial to all the faculty and staff members. We invite experts from within and outside Amity University to share their valuable inputs and expertise on a wide range of topics including both technical and other generically relevant areas such as parenting, grooming, mental well -being, qualitative research methods, case writing, financial planning, Data Analytics using R studio ,PLS Sem, applying for projects and other such areas. We also conduct FDP’s throughout the year as we are always striving to share and exchange knowledge through different platforms.

A few pictures of various sessions conducted by the experts:

2. Lectures by International Faculty

Guest Lecture by Dr Ishani Chandrasekara from Queen Mary University, London on 25th Sept, 2020.

Dr Ishani Chandrasekara delivered a lecture on significance of higher education in Business Management. The session was a very informative one which included making the students aware about the scope of future opportunities available to the students for higher education and for career prospects in the field of Accounting and Business Management. She gave an insight into the courses offered and the relevance of these courses in the current industry scenario.

3. Faculty Development Programmes

• Conducting various FDPs and Workshops on relevant topics viz.

  • Basics of Research Writing’
  • ‘Case Study Development’
  • ‘Qualitative Research in Social Sciences’
  • ‘GST’

• Establishment of ACCF Data Centre.

Recently, a five- day Faculty Development Programme on the New Normal in Accounting was successfully conducted by Amity College of Commerce and Finance in association with Queen Mary University of London, on 15th March – 19th March 2021. The FDP addressed several contemporary accounting issues covering Forensic accounting, corporate governance, E-Taxation, green and social accounting and sustainability reporting. Dr Ishani Chandrashekhra was the coordinator of the FDP from QMUL along with Dr Puneeta Goel from ACCF.

The technical sessions on day 2 and day 3 were conducted by Dr Androniki Triantafylli and Dr Claudine Grisard from Queen Mary University on the evolution of corporate governance in UK and on research in accounting respectively.

A few pictures from the session:

Dr Androniki Triantafylli addressing the audience.

Honourable Chancellor Sir– Dr. Atul Chauhan addressing the audience.

4. Book Club

Book reading club is a student initiative at ACCF to promote and foster reading habits amongst students. It provides a common platform to authors and readers from the student’s community wherein they can discuss about various books irrespective of the genre. The club is an endeavour to provide a good opportunity for avid readers for discussions and deliberations.

5. Engagement and Learning Initiatives

The pandemic pushed the entire globe to go digital amidst lockdown and the need to maintain social distancing. However, at Amity University, the process has been quite agile and fast. With the robust technological interface and digital infrastructure, Amity University took a leap in being consistently available for its students through various means. At a very short notice the classes were taken in the online mode without any disruptions. The faculty mentors have been constantly in touch with all their mentees to counsel them through any challenges and to keep a check on their well-being and their families’ well-being. We have kept abreast of the fast-paced changes on account of the pandemic and all the Amitians, including faculty members, staff members and the students at large embraced the change quite rapidly. We have been having very engaging class discussions including role plays, simulation exercises, quizzes, online examinations and other extra -curricular activities including various club committee activities including dance, debate, singing and community outreach activities. The Fest was also conducted online with a lot of participation and engagement from students from within and outside Amity. We, at Amity University commit ourselves to giving our best and embracing the change as per the need of the environment.

6. Grooming students for better placement prospects


To understand industry expectations from students and subsequently groom them accordingly.

To prepare and groom the students to effectively face the challenges of the corporate world.

Various Practices

Career Counselling sessions.

Workshops on Resume Writing.

Workshops on e-content development.

Corporate Interaction series.

Guest lectures by Industry practitioners.