Commerce Society is the student association affiliated to the Department of Commerce.  The society operates under the direct purview of the department by a committee elected annually from among the members of the society.  Membership is open to students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce (Special) degree programme.  COMSO is facilitated with fully equipped Student Resource Centre located at the faculty. Head and academic staff of the department serve as patron of the society.

Main objectives of the society is to facilitate and organize activities to enhance the knowledge and skills of the members, compile and publish newsletters and magazine in the field of Commerce, organize workshops and other relevant events to develop and inculcate right attitudes and personalities in the membership and to engage in any other activities deem necessary to promote image and well-being of the department.


Office Bearers: Academic Year 2021/2022

President – A.D.K. Hasanga Jayasinghe

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 Vice President – H.M. Pasindu Maduwantha


 Secretary – P.G.D. Sandamali


 Vice Secretary – A.P.S. Amarathunga


Junior Treasurer – L.H.P. Perera


 Editor – W.L.G.S. Madusanka


Committee Coordinators:

K.M. Sachin Prasanna

N.R. Senanayake

S.R. Kodagoda

Ishani Dineshika



Office Bearers - Academic Year 2020/2021
Office Bearers - Academic Year 2019/2020
Office Bearers - Academic Year 2018/2019

Recent COMSO News

Guest Lecture on microfinance – a timely discussion

Coming to the closure of the semester the Department along with the Commerce Society conducted a guest lecture in relation to the  COM 4340 – Development Economics course under the title “Would microfinance be a tool to reinstate rural enterprises … Continued


Team Beyond Infinity emerge champions at the 2nd edition of Infinity Intra-University Case Study Competition 2020

    The 2nd edition of Infinity a flagship project organized by the Commerce Society the student body of the Department of Commerce ended on the 21st of March 2021. The first round of the competition was conducted physically on … Continued