An international conference on Trends and innovation in science arts and commerce has been conducted on 29th January 2019 at St. Mary’s college Thrissur. The conference was organised by Marian centre for advanced research in association with internal quality assurance cell. A total of 250 students and faculties from various college participated. The conference began at 10 am in the Chavara hall, by the welcome speech by Dr.Sr.Meena K Cheruvathur Additional Director MCAR, she invited the keynote speakers and all the participants. The presidential address was delivered by the Dr.Sr.Magie Jose Principal St Mary’s College, she pointed out the need for research and the relevance of new innovations in the field of science, arts and commerce. The one day conference was divided into two sessions. The morning sessions were for invited talks. The lectures were handled by Dr Finosh G Thankam Post Doctoral researcher, Creighton University school of medicine, Omaha, USA. He spoke on ‘Tendon regeneration, matrix biology, molecular pathology and tissue engineering’. The second lecture was by Dr Malathi, Assistant professor at Kerala Agricultural University on ‘Meta-genomics’. The entire session was interactive and the speakers answered many queries raised by the participants. After the keynote lectures, the releasing ceremony of conference proceedings was held by Dr Finosh. As an expression of gratitude, the speakers were felicitated with mementoes and certificates. The session came to an end at 1 pm by the Vote of thanks by Dr Julie P Lazar IQAC coordinator. The afternoon session began at 2:30 pm after lunch. Students and faculties from various college participated in the Paper presentation held on various streams of Science, Arts and Commerce. Various e presentations were also invited.The session was chaired by efficient faculties. It was a platform for emerging researchers to present their new ideas in front of the scientific world. The conference created the awareness and need for new technologies and ideas for a better tomorrow. The session came to an end by 3:30pm.