DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT [UG]

Bachelor of Commerce

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Affiliated to Bangalore University B.Com course is designed to provide the student with a wide range of managerial skills. In addition to the University Syllabus the College offers career oriented programmes to empower students with entrepreneurial and decision making skills by providing an excellent academic environment inculcating values of discipline, dignity, dedication and devotion to higher causes along with sportsmanship to make them better citizens.

The course designed at Presidency focuses both on academic subjects like statistics or Economics as well as practical business subjects like accountancy, law, management, marketing, finance etc.

The course provides a platform for experimental learning and grooms students towards industry specific curriculum with focused approach on specific areas which are crucial in the management of companies.

The entire course is outcome based and faculty are sensitive to ensure that the outcomes for each course is defined well at the beginning of the programme and shared with each student through course hand outs. This ensures expectation setting is taken care of between the learner and the teacher. Interactive lectures, pedagogy that is evolving, assignments and assessments ensure that all students achieve the specified outcomes. The role of the faculty at Presidency thus is more of a mentor, facilitator and learning is outcome based.

Learning Outcomes

Able to demonstrate an integrated understanding of key concepts, techniques and trends in one or more fields of business practice and the challenges and opportunities involved in applying this knowledge in diverse contexts.

Eligibility

Candidates should have passed in the qualifying examinations (Pre University or Intermediate) from any recognized Secondary Education Board.

Duration

3 years split into 6 semesters

Methodology

A variety of teaching and learning methods are used to impart knowledge and skills of the students, lecturers, Case studies, Group discussion, Students presentations, Class tests, Quizzes etc are used to develop conceptual and analytical skill so that students can face the challenges of corporate world.

Mode of Assessment

Weight age for the various components of the Continuous Internal Assessment is as mentioned below.

Parameters Weight Age (%) Comments
Class test 20 Every Saturday one Subject test based upon the syllabus covered in that week.
Pre-finals 40 Pre-final will be conducted for the entire syllabus. It will be the replica of the university exam
Presentations 20 Presentations will be given in each subject either on individual basis or for a group
Assignments 20 Assignments will be given in every subject
Total 100
Scaled down to 10

University Objective

  • To cater to the manpower needs of companies in Accounting, Taxation, Auditing, Financial analysis and Management.
  • To develop business analyst for companies, capital markets and commodity markets.
  • To develop entrepreneurs.
  • To develop business philosophers with a focus on social responsibility and ecological sustainability.
  • To develop ethical managers with interdisciplinary approach.

Institutional Objectives

  • Keeping in view the contemporary business environment the Course emphasizes on International Finance, Marketing and Human Resource.
  • The main objective of the course is to provide students with advanced practical expertise in areas such as Human Resource Management, Trade, Transnational Marketing and Information Technology.
  • The Course adopts a multi-dimensional and multi-disciplinary view of Organizational objectives and in the process motivates students to appreciate the complex and rapidly changing environment.

Career Opportunity

Various career opportunities as well as higher educational opportunities are available for the students. Through Placement cell activities the final year students can be placed as Junior Software Developers, Technical Assistants etc.

SLNO Name DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION
01 Dr. Pradeep Kumar Shinde Associate Professor & HOD MA (Economics), UGC NET, (Ph.D)
02 Dr. Malarvili K Associate Professor MA (Kannada), Ph.D
03 Dr. Indira B Associate Professor MA ( Hindi), M.Phil, Ph.D
04 Ms. Padmaja Vani A Associate Professor MBA, (M.Phil)
05 Ms. Nooren Alexeena Datta Assistant Professor M.A Political Science, (MBA)
06 Ms. Rajitha Ramachandran Associate Professor M.Com, MBA, M.Phil, (Ph.D)
07 Ms. Prachi Beriwala Associate Professor M.Com, MBA, M.Phil, (Ph.D)
08 Ms. Sushmita Phukan Assistant Professor MA, M.Phil
09 Mr. Safeer Ahmed Assistant Professor BA (Law), LLB, LLM
10 Mr. Karthik B R Assistant Professor MA (Sanskrit), UGC NET
11 Ms. Midhu Nair Assistant Professor MA, (M.Phil)
12 Mr.L Ayyappa Assistant Professor MBA, M.Com.
13 Ms. Yashashwini Assistant Professor MBA in Finance & Marketing
14 Ms. Preeti Gupta Assistant Professor M.Sc Mathematics, PGDCPA
15 Ms. Merilyn Reay Assistant Professor M.Com, B.Ed
16 Mr. Sandesh Nayak Assistant Professor B.Com, PGDM (ACS)
17 Ms. Pushpalatha Assistant Professor B.Sc & MS.c
18 Ms. Manjushree M Assistant Professor MBA (Finance)
19 Mr. Narasimha Murthy H Assistant Professor M.Com., MBA, UGC NET
20 Ms. Kiranmayi S A R Assistant Professor MBA(HR), M.Com, UGC NET
21 Ms. Sarmistha Bajpayee Roy Assistant Professor MA, MSW
22 Ms. Anita Rajendran Assistant Professor M.Com., M.Phil
23 Ms. Smitha B Nair Assistant Professor M.Com., B.Ed (Commerce), SET, (Ph.D)
24 Ms. Keerthi P Assistant Professor MBA, (Ph.D)
25 Ms. Meghana A Assistant Professor M.Com.
26 Ms. Poornima Karthikeyan Assistant Professor MBA, MFA, (Ph.D)
27 Mr. Murali S Assistant Professor B.Com, M.Com, MBA
28 Mr. Akarsh Kumar Singh B P Assistant Professor B.Com, MBA(Finance)
29 Ms. Ekta Jain Assistant Professor B.Com , MBA(HR & Marketing)
30 Ms. Sheena T K Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc (EVS) & (Psy)
31 Mr. Kiran J Assistant Professor B.Com, M.Com,MBA
32 Ms. Suma . S.V. Assistant Professor BE, PGDBA HR, MTech(CSE)
33 Ms. R T Rinsa Balaji Assistant Professor MA(English)

Course Outcome