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About Department

Programme Offered: B.Com
Year of Establishment : 2019
Total No. of Faculties : 17
Total Strength of Students: 937
Year I: 300
Year II: 232
Year III: 239
Total Class Rooms: 16
Total Computer Labs: 0



About the Department
The Department of Commerce at St. Francis College is a team of dynamic faculty driven by passion, striving to prepare the students to tackle the competitive edge of the corporate, coupled with enhanced entrepreneurial skills. The department strengthens and emphasize the overall development of the student and instils knowledge to transform the student from viewer to participant, ordinary to extraordinary, learner to leader, and be a contributing resource to the society at large.

Vision
To accentuatethe aspirations of students and create a platform to encourage innovative minds by creating a conducive learning environment that shapes them into competent commerce professionals enabling attainment of social, economic, and individual goals.

Mission
1. To impart in-depth knowledge in the core commerce arena.
2. To groom the students with employable and entrepreneurial skills required for commerce and industrial sectors.
3. To prepare students for higher professional education in commerce.
4. To facilitate academic progress of students by encouraging them to actively participate in internships, conferences, seminars, symposiums and workshops.
5. The Department of Commerce creates the path for economic growth and opportunity by promoting innovations, entrepreneurship, competitiveness, and stewardship.

Programmme Outcomes

PO1 : Provide students with strong foundational concepts and also advanced techniques to pursue research or to have a successful career in academia and in industry
PO2 : Application of principles of commerce in effective management of issues in the working environment.
PO3 : Continuous interaction with the industrial world to understand and recognize the prevailing issues in the field of commerce
PO4 : Inculcate required skills to enhance the ability to qualify competitive examinations at state, national and international level.
PO5 : Develop an attitude towards societal concerns through contributing professional knowledge to community service.
PO6 : Acquiring skills to understand financial reports and applications of conceptual knowledge to know the challenges & issues in the field of banking and finance
PO7 : Equip research-based problem solving skills and providing substantial contribution to society
PO8 : Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the accounting and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage internships and projects in multi-disciplinary environments
PO9 : Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the accounting practice
PO10 : Selection and application of appropriate resources, techniques of modern management and commerce with an understanding of the limitation
PO11 : Identify, formulates, review research literature, and analyze complex commerce issues reaching substantial conclusions
PO12 : Prepare students’ to critically analyze existing literature in an area of specialization and ethically develop innovative and research oriented methodologies to solve the identified problems.

Programme Specific Objective
PSO 1 : Develop cognitive skills to understand business problems and design potential solutions after considering micro and macro environmental factors
PSO 2 : Critical analysis of functions of modern banking and financial institutions.
PSO 3 : Application of academic wisdom to understand multi-dimensional business and financial situations.

Faculites

Dr. R N Subba Rao

Principal
Department of Commerce

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Mr. Santhosh

HOD, (Assistant Professor)
Department of Commerce

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Ms. P B Deepa

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Dr. Shoba Jonathan

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Mr. Rakesh Nadig H S

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Ms. Shrunga A M

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Mr. Jesmon Raj

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Ms. Amurtha K P

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Dr. Ramya K

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce


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Dr. Balaji M

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce


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Ms. Rashmi Akshay Yadav

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Ms. Prerana Ramesh

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce


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Ms. Rani Anthony Raj

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Mr.Glen Francis

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Mr. Vishlesh K H

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Ms. Suman Dinesh Malodey

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Ms. Divya. S

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Dr. Pushpalatha

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Ms. Nikhitha S Thomas

Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce

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Faculties: 19
Professor: Nil
Associate Professor: 00
Assistant Professor: 00
NET Qualified: 04
Ph.D Holders : 04
Research Scholars : 09
Professional Body Members : 00

Research Paper/Book/Book Chapters Publications by the Department From 2019 Onwards

Year 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20
International Journal 10
International Conference - 10
National Conference - 01
Book Chapter/Book Publications - 01 -

List of Faculties with Ph.D

Faculty Guide Year Awarded University Title of Thesis
Dr. Ramya Dr. Mohan P Philip 2020 Bharathiar university Determinants of Competency Mapping on Teaching Effectiveness with special reference to Bengaluru District
Dr. Balaji M Prof. (Dr). Muniraju M, Former I/C Vice Chancellor, Bangalore University,
Former Dean & Chairman, Department of Commerce, Bengaluru City University
2020 Bangalore University Impact of Lean Management on Corporate Performance - A Study with reference to Select Automobile MNCs in India

Department Achievements of Students (YEAR WISE)

Students Achievement
2019 -20
2020-21
Faculty Achievement:02 2019 -2020
Faculty Achievement:01

Infrastructure

No. of Class Room: 16
No of Projectors: 16
No. of Lab: NIL
Student Faculty ratio:

Events/ Activities from Department

2019-20
Business Quiz, Group Discussion, Product Launch, Treasure Hunt, Student workshop, Seminar.

2020-21
Ice Breaker, Write up, Best PowerPoint Presenter, Pick and Speak, Arivu - Business Quiz, Student Colloquium, workshops, Collage, Case study competition, Powerpoint presentation, Group Discussion


Programme Report Year Wise

Summary 2019-20
No of Workshop/Seminar/FDP/Conference Attended By Students/Faculties:
No of Workshop/Seminar/FDP/Conference Organized By Department: 01
No of Paper Publications from Department: 01
No of Grants/ Consultancy Work from Department: Nil
No of Companies involved in Internship: 95
No of Companies involved in Industry Visit: Nil
No of Intra/Inter department Activities Conducted: 07
No of Students/Staffs Participated in Outreach Programme:01

Summary 2020-21
No of Workshop/Seminar/FDP/Conference Attended By Students/Faculties: 53
No of Workshop/Seminar/FDP/Conference Organized By Department: 03
No of Paper Publications from Department: 09
No of Grants/ Consultancy Work from Department: Nil
No of Companies involved in Internship:
No of Companies involved in Industry Visit: Nil
No of Intra/Inter department Activities Conducted:
Inter department activity- 06
Intra department activity-13
No of Students/Staffs Participated in Outreach Programmes:01

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