Commerce

Department of Commerce

Established in 1966

The objective of the department is to provide quality education for professional careers in Commerce and Management. One of the first departments established by the college, offers B Com programme since its inception. The programme provides a strong foundation for the future professionals such as Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Business Executives, Academicians and Entrepreneurs. Learner centred activities such as projects, group discussions, and presentations, quizzes, communicative sessions make the learning easy and effortless. The department motivates the students to clear CPT and provides Taxation as an area of specialisation.

Highlights of the Department

  • The B.Com. program provides a strong foundation for the future professionals such as chartered accountants, company secretaries, business executives, academicians and entrepreneurs. The vast array of networked alumni has created a global presence for the last 5 decades.
  • Learner centred economic activities like projects group discussions presentations quiz, interactive communicative sessions and mock tests conducted through commerce campus contributed for the focused learning to reach the professional destinations. The core courses offered includes financial accounting, cost and management accounting, financial management, direct taxes, GST and customs duty, marketing management, strategic management, organisational behavior, human resource management, business law and auditing spread over 6 semesters with languages, quantitative techniques and economics.

Elective subjects offered by the department:

Semester

Electives

  Corporate Secretaryship
  Geo Resources
I – IV Principles and Practice of Tourism
  E-Commerce
  Intellectual property Rights
  Agricultural Marketing

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Association & Activities
Community Orientation
Research outputs
Scheme & Syllabus

Association & Activities

  • Commerce Campus Association, a place where the students aim at overall personality development. This is where the students develop leadership qualities, wisdom, job orientation skills and a lot more. This encourages the youth to participate in fests held in other colleges, engage in activities to strengthen their skills and improve for the betterment.
  • It is quite essential for them, who are able to use their tactics and withstand the obstacles in the corporate world.
  • Activities included are Commerce Fests, Debate, Discussions, Budget Analysis competitions, Trainings and many more. The objective of the Association is to encourage the students to stand for the challenges in the current business scenario and build self- confidence.
  • After all the tagline says ” Be the best version of you.” CCA is all about standing on your feet and becoming the best version of yourself and for the company.

Community Orientation

  • School Teaching By Staff and Students

Research outputs

  • Ph.D. –Award for the Doctoral Thesis ​ “Evaluation of Human Resource Accounting in human Resource Management a Case Study of Heavy Engineering and Software industry in Karnataka” ​ by the University of Mangalore.
  • Ph.D. – Award for the Doctoral thesis titled “Governance Practices of Micro Finance Institutions in Karnataka – An Empirical Study” by the University of Mysore, Mysore under the guidance of Dr. Deveraja. T.S. Associate Professor, DOS in Commerce, Post-Graduate Centre, University of Mysore, Hemagangothri, Hassan.
  • Ph.D. awarded from the University of Mysore in the year 2018, thesis entitled: “Marketing of Soft Drinks by Domestic Soft Drink Companies in Karnataka” under the guidance of Dr. Ashoka. M.L. Faculty, Post-Graduate studies and Research in Commerce, University of Mysore.
  • Ph.D. (Registered w.e.f. 03.11.2012) Title: ​ Performance Evaluation of Private Life Insurance Companies – with special reference to Selected life insurance companies in Karnataka
  • M.Phil. Customers’ Perceptions on Marketing services of Marketing Co-operative Societies – with special reference to Rubber Growers’ Processing and Marketing Co-operative Society Ujire D.K.
  • M.Phil. Stress factors on working women in education sector with reference to college lecturers of Belthangady Taluk DK district, Karnataka
  • UGC Minor Research Diagnostic Study on Entrepreneurial capital with special reference to Dakshina Kannada
  • UGC Minor Research Impact of Micro-Insurance on SHG’s- study with reference to SHG’s in Belthangady Taluk.
  • UGC Minor Research Problems and Prospects of Small and Medium Rubber Growers – With special reference to Rubber Growers in Dakshina Kannada
  • UGC Minor Research Stress factors on working women in NGO sector with reference to Employees of NGOs in Belthangady Taluk ‘Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka
  • UGC Minor Research Governance of Micro Finance Institutions with Reference to Selected Micro Finance Institutions in Karnataka
  • UGC Minor Research The Impact of SHGs promoted by Micro finance Institution on Women and Children- A case study on SKDRDP with reference to Dakshina Kannada during the year 2012
  • UGC Minor Research Increasing Rising SSIs in rural areas-an evaluator study on soft drinks industry in Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka
  • UGC Minor Research A study on awareness of Tax planning with special reference to institutional employees in Belthangady Taluk, D.K. Karnataka
  • UGC Minor Research Effectiveness of supply chain management with reference to dairy product in Coastal Karnataka-A case study of Karnataka Milk Federation
  • UGC Minor Research EMPIRICAL STUDY ON GOVERNANCE RANKING FRAME WORK FOR MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTION (MFIs) IN THREE SOUTH INDIAN STATES OF KARNATAKA, KERALA AND TAMIL NADU

Publication

BOOK PUBLICATIONS

  • Dr P N Udayachandra (2009). Human Resource Management, United Publishers, Mangalore.
  • Dr P N Udayachandra (2009). Human Resource Management, United Publishers, Mangalore.
  • Dr P N Udayachandra (2009). Human Resource Management, United Publishers, Mangalore.
  • Dr P N Udayachandra (2008). Human Resource Management, Jai Bharath Prakashana, Mangalore.
  • Dr P N Udayachandra (2009). Organizational Behaviour, United Publishers, Mangalore.
  • Dr P N Udayachandra (2009), Organizational Behaviour, United Publishers, Mangalore.
  • Dr P N Udayachandra, Industrial finance, Himalaya Publications, Bangalore
  • Dr P N Udayachandra, Insurance and Risk Management, United publishers, Mangalore
  • Dr P N Udayachandra, Financial Management, United Publishers, Mangalore
  • Dr Rakesh T S, Ms Rathnavathi and Mr Bhanuprakash B E 2016, All in one college Scanner, United Agencies, Mangalore
  • Mr Bhanuparakash B E, Management of Services, Chethana Book House, Mysore
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, INCOME TAX –I, Subhash Books Stores, Bangalore
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, INCOME TAX –I, Geetha Book House, Mysore.
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, (2006), Business Taxation, United Agencies Publishers, Mangalore
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, (2018), Business Taxation-IV (GST and customs Duty), Professional Book Publisher, Hyderabad
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, (2018), Business Taxation-III, Professional Book Publisher, Hyderabad
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, (2019), Business Taxation I &II, Professional Book Publisher, Hyderabad
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, (2019), Taxation, Vrinda Publishing House, Hyderabad
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, (2019), Taxation, Vrinda Publishing House, Hyderabad
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, (2019), Business Taxation-III, Second Revised Edition, Professional Book Publisher, Hyderabad
  • Mr Bhanuprakash B E, (2018), Business Taxation-IV (GST and customs Duty), Professional Book Publisher, Hyderabad

PAPER OR ARTICLES PUBLICATIONS

  • Udayachandra, P. N. (2012). A study on micro financial services provided by A MFI-NGO-A case study of Shri Kshetra Dharmasthala Rural Development Project, Dharmasthala, Mangalore. ZENITH International Journal of Business Economics & Management Research, 2(10), 296-309.
  • Udayachandra, P. N. (2018). A Study on Necessity and Effectiveness of Training for Self-Employment and Entrepreneurship in Karnataka. Journal of Commerce and Management Thought, 9(1), 103-110.
  • Udayachandra, P. N. (2020). Sampoorna Suraksha Micro Health Insurance Scheme-A Boon To The Poor in Mangalore. Studies in Indian Place Names, 40(50), 3562-3568.
  • Udayachandra, P. N. (2015). Micro Enterprise Development Through Self-Help Groups Promoted By NGO’s: A Case Study Of Jasmine Flower In Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka, India. Ethics & Critical Thinking Journal, (1).
  • Udayachandra, P. N. (2012). Contemporary issues in Ethics, Governance and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Edited Volume, United Publishers, Mangalore, ISBN 978-93-81195-25-3
  • Udayachandra, P. N. (2012). Evolutionary framework of HR values reporting and current practices, Shodha, Human Research Centre Publications Ujire. pp.67-73, ISSN 2249-0396.
  • Udayachandra, P. N. (2012). Convergence with IFRS. Business Line, p.19, ISSN 0971-7528
  • Udayachandra, P. N. (2012). Challenges and Opportunities in Social Entrepreneurship through MFI, Third sector response to contemporary challenges (Edited volume of National conference reference). United Publishers Mangalore. ISBN 978-93- 81195-10- 9.
  • Malini Anchan, (2014). Yakshagana and Women – A study with reference to Dakshina Kannada District. University College, Hampankatta. ISBN 978-81- 930542-0- 8.
  • Rathnavathi K, (2013). Corporate Governance an overview. United Publishers. ​ ISBN -978- 93-81195- 25-3.
  • Rathnavathi K. A comparative study of depreciation accounting under IAS and IFRS. Department of Commerce and Management SVS College, Bantwal, DK. ISBN-978- 93- 195- – 2.
  • Rathnavathi K, (2019). Perception of policyholders towards Digitalisation of Insurance Sector – A study with reference to Belthangady Taluk. International Journal of Economic and Business Review. Volume 7 Issue 8, ISSN (online) – 2349-0187, Impact Factor (SJIF 2019): 8.045
  • Rathnavathi K, (2019). Analysis of Financial Performance of Selected Private Life Insurance Companies. International Journal of Environmental Economics and Educational Management. Volume 6 Issue. ISSN (online) – 2348-814X, Impact Factor (SJIF 2019): 6.473, , September 2019 EPRA .
  • Lakshminarayana K. S. (2012). Governance Issues in Micro Finance Institutions in Edited Book of National level conference on ‘Third sector response to contemporary challenges’. ISBN: 978-93-8115-10-9.
  • Lakshminarayana K. S. (2012). Application of Selected Parameters of governance to Micro Finance Institutions: A Conceptual Debate in Edited book of International Seminar on “Contemporary Issues in Ethics, Governance and International Financial Reporting Standards(IFRS)”. ISBN 978-93-81195-25-3.
  • Lakshminarayana K. S. (2012). Management of Micro Finance and Instilling Effective Governance for Micro Finance Institutions in Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Science and Humanities, Volume 1, Issue 3, 156-163, UGC APPROVED JO.NO – AARJSSH – 49212, ISSN – 2278-859X
  • Lakshminarayana K. S. (2014). Growth of Microfinance: An Impact Analysis in Indian Perspective in Edited Book of National Conference on “Role of Microfinance in Sustainable Social Development”, ISBN 978-81-923091-3-2.
  • Lakshminarayana K. S. (2015). Impact of Micro Finance in Belthangady Taluk – A Case Study on SKDRDP in International Journal of Research in Finance and Marketing. Volume 5, Issue 3. ISSN 2231-5985,
  • Lakshminarayana K. S. (2016). Parametric Assessment of Governance Practices of Micro Finance Institutions in Karnataka – An Empirical Analysis in International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences, Volume 6, Issue 4, 80-91, UGC APPROVED JO.NO – IJRES – 48858, ISSN – 2249-7382
  • Lakshminarayana K. S.(2018). The Growth of Micro Finance and Need for Effective Governance – A Conceptual Review in Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 5, Issue 1, 320-324, UGC APPROVED JO.NO – JETIR – 63975, ISSN – 2456-6683
  • Lakshminarayana K. S. (2018). Factors of MFI Governance and Its Impact with Special Reference to SKDRDP in International Journal of Research Culture Society, Volume 2, Issue 1, 20-25, UGC APPROVED JO.NO – IJRCS – 64291, ISSN – 2349-5162
  • Rakesh T S (2015). Consumers Perception towards Online Shopping With Special Reference to Dakshina Kannada(D). International Journal of Online Marketing, 5(3), 38-46, ISSN: 2156-1753, EISSN: 2156-1745, DOI: 10.4018/IJOM.2015070103
  • Rakesh T S (2015). A Study on Evolution and Importance of Corporate Governance in India. SHODHA, VOL -5, NO. – 2, 111 -122. ISSN NO. – 2249-0396.
  • Rakesh T S (2015). Impact of Microfinance in Belthangady Taluk –A case study on SKDRDP. International Journal of Research in Finance and Marketing (IJRFM). Volume 5, Issue 3. ISSN: 2231-5985.
  • Rakesh T S (2015). Opportunities and Challenges Faced By Domestic Packaged Drinking Water Manufacturing Entrepreneurs in Mysore District, Karnataka. INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH. Vol 5, Issue 3, ISSN – 2249-555X
  • Rakesh T S (2017). An article in refereed Journal as notified by the UGC and UGC journal no: 48123 and the article entitled: A Case Study on Small Scale Soft Drinks Manufacturing Entrepreneurs in Belthangady Taluk. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management. Volume 6, Issue 2, 40-45, ISSN: 2277-6850
  • Rakesh T S (2017). Consumer Perception and Satisfaction Towards Internet Banking and Mobile Banking with Reference to Nationalized Banks in Rural India. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management. Volume 8, Issue 4, 29-40. ISSN: 1947-9638.
  • Rakesh T S (2016). Factors Influencing Buying Behaviour of Consumers of Domestic Soft Drinks: A Case Study in the Nitte Management Review, Vol 10, Issue 2, 44-53. ISSN: 2231-6043.
  • Rakesh T S. A Study on Domestic Soft Drinks Manufacturing Entrepreneurs in Selected District of Karnataka. Twelfth Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship, EDII, Bookwell publishing – Delhi. Vol 2, 1025-1033, ISBN: 978-93-80574-93-6.
  • Rakesh T S. A Study on Problems and Prospects of Small and Medium Soft Drinks Manufacturing Entrepreneurs in Dakshina Kannada (D), Karnataka. Tenth Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship, EDII – Gujarat, ​ Bookwell Delhi. ISBN: 9789380574486 available at http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/232
  • Rakesh T S (2015). Arecanut Price Fluctuation in Dakshina Kannada: A Step towards Sustainability, ​ International Conference on Global Economic Growth and Sustainability : Challenges and Prospects. SDMIMD Mysuru, India. ISBN: 978-93-83302-12-3
  • Rakesh T S (2016). Consumer Perception towards Domestic Soft Drinks in Belthangady Taluk, D.K (D). Second Annual Conference on Emerging Trends in Marketing. SDMIMD Mysuru. ISBN: 978-93-83302-17-8
  • Rakesh T S (2016). Investors Perception towards Stock market with Special reference to Dakshina Kannada (D). ​ 2nd International Conference on Inclusive Economic Growth and Sustainable Development. SDMIMD Mysuru. ISBN: 978-93-83302-18-5
  • Rakesh T S (2017). A study on financial literacy among young graduates in Belthangady Taluk​. 3rd International Conference on Economic Growth and Sustainable Development: Emerging Trends, SDMIMD Mysore. ISBN: 978-93-83302-26-0
  • Rakesh T S (2017). A study in effects if demonetization on retailers in Belthangady Taluk. 3rd International Conference on Economic Growth and Sustainable Development: Emerging Trends. SDMIMD Mysore. ISBN: 978-93-83302-26-0
  • Rakesh T S (2019). A Study on MSME Entrepreneurs’ Perception towards Financial Institutional Support. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management. Volume8, No 3, pn 31-38
  • Rakesh T S (2018). Retailers’ Perception towards Local Soft Drinks against MNCs Soft Drinks with Special Reference to Dakshina Kannada (D), Karnataka. Shodha. Vol 8, No 1, pn 153-168. ISSN NO. – 2249-0396
  • Rakesh T S (2020). Agricultural Marketing Published by :Himalaya Publishing House. ISBN no: 978-93-5367-987-3
  • Rakesh T S (2018). Digital Banking Services in Rural India: A Customer’s Perspective, Dynamic Perspectives on Globalization and Sustainable Business in Asia, 1 edition. IGI Global Business science referemce(An imprint of IGI Global), 701 E, Chocolate Avenue Hershey PA, USA 17033, ISBN no: 1522570950
  • Abdul Khadar Aneesh. Effectiveness of Supply Chain Management with reference to dairy products in Dakshina Kannada-A case study of DKMUL. International journal of Management, IT and Engineering. Vol.6, No1, pp.01-10. ISSN: 2249-0558.
  • Abdul Khadar Aneesh. Innovative technological practices in banks-A study on various information technology services offered by SBI. International journal of Science Technology and Management. Vol.5, No1, pp.76-84. ISSN: 2394-1537
  • Abdul Khadar Aneesh. Effectiveness of Supply Chain Management with reference to dairy products in Dakshina Kannada-A case study of DKMUL. International journal of Science Technology and Management. Vol.5, No1, pp.66-75. ISSN: 2394-1537.
  • Abdul Khadar Aneesh. Impact of online advertising on consumer buying behaviour-An empirical study on fast moving segment of electronic gadgets​. ​International journal of Management, IT and Engineering. Vol.7, No1, pp.300-307. ISSN: 2249-0558.
  • Abdul Khadar Aneesh (2016). Innovative technological practices in banks-A study on various information technology services offered by SBI. International Research Publication. ISBN: 978-81-932074-0-6.
  • Abdul Khadar Aneesh (2016). Effectiveness of Supply Chain Management with reference to dairy products in Dakshina Kannada-A case study of DKMUL. International Research Publication. ISBN: 978-81-932074-0-6.
  • Abdul Khadar Aneesh. Effectiveness of Supply Chain Management with reference to dairy products in Dakshina Kannada-A case study of DKMUL. Srinivas Institute of Management Studies at Srinivas University, Mangalore. pp 23-31. ISBN: 978-81-929306-8- 4.
  • Fathima Safira. A Comprehensive Study on Factors Affecting Purchase Decision of Life Insurance Customers. Edited volume. ISBN 978-81-929306-7- 1. 266-276
  • Harish Shetty (2016). Innovative technological practices in Banks – A study on various information technology services offered by State Bank of India. International Journal of Science Technology and Management. Volume 05, Issue 01, Impact factor 1.011, (ISSN-2394-1537)
  • Harish Shetty (2016). Innovative technological practices in Banks – A study on various information technology services offered by State Bank of India. International Research Publication. ISBN-978-81-932074-0-6.
  • Prasad Kumar (2015). Students perception on Entrepreneurship- A study SDM College Ujire.  MAPS college, Mangalore. pg no:10-16. ISBN: 978-93-5254-266-6
  • Prasad Kumar (2016). An Emperical study on perception of Degree Students Towards Sb A/Cs of Selected Banks with Reference to students of SDM College,Ujire. Milagres College,Udupi. pg no 42-46. ISBN:978-81-929263-3-9.
  • Prasad Kumar (2018). Impact of GST readymade food product. Online journal, GST[smart taxation system]. pg no:308-314. ISBN: 978-81-928945-9-1.
  • Bhanuparakash B E. Digitalization in Education-Impact on Teacher Student Relationship in India. DSBA Journal of Research in Management. Volume 03, Issue 02, ISSN No.23948787
  • Bhanuparakash B E. A study on Awareness of Indian Tax structure, Printing area. International Research Journal. Vol 1, Issue 33, ISSN 23945303, impact factor 4.002(IIJAF)
  • Bhanuparakash B E. Perception of policy holders towards digitalization of Insurance Sector-A study with reference to Belthangady Taluk. Infinite Learning Solutions, Bangalore. ISBN-978-81-93531921.

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