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ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT:

Department of Commerce & Management was established in the year 2016 with an objective of imparting quality education in the field of Commerce and Management.

MISSION STATEMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT:
The mission of the department of Commerce & Management is to provide students with holistic education, to mould them into better citizens and to build a community that can lead others with courage and dignity.
In our pursuit of excellence, we will strive for perfection. In keeping with the vision of the institution, we will build moral leadership that will prepare students for a better tomorrow.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • One of the most sought after colleges for Commerce & Management Education.
  • Qualified and experienced faculty with academia and industry experience.
  • Continuous industry- academia interface.
  • Encouragement for students – research, sports and cultural.
  • Published books and research papers in various journals and conference volumes by the faculty members.
  • Value based education – mentoring, nurturing leadership qualities.
  • Value added and Certificate courses.
  • Guest Lectures
  • Industrial Visits
  • Opportunities for Entrepreneurial Development.

GENERAL INSTRUCTION:

ATTENDANCE:
a. For the purpose of calculating attendance, each semester shall be taken as a Unit.
b. A student shall be considered to have satisfied the requirement of attendance for the semester, if he/she has attended not less than 75% in aggregate of the number of working periods in each of the subjects compulsorily.
c. A student who fails to complete the course in the manner stated above shall not be permitted to take the University examination.

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION:
a. There shall be a university examination at the end of each semester. The maximum marks for the university examination in each paper shall be 70.
b. Of the 30 marks of Internal Assessment, 15 marks shall be based on Two tests. Each test shall be of at least 02-hour duration to be held during the semester. The remaining 15 marks of the Internal Assessment shall be based on Attendance, Assignment and Presentation.
c. The marks based on attendance shall be awarded as given below:
75% to 80% = 02 marks.
81% to 85% = 03 marks.
86% to 90% = 04 marks.
91% to 100% = 05 marks.

MINIMUM FOR A PASS:
Candidates who have obtained a minimum of 35% marks in university examination (i.e. 25 marks out of 70 marks of theory examination) and 40% in aggregate (i.e., total of university examination and internal assessment marks) in each subject shall be eligible for a pass or exemption in that subject.

 

Faculty

Benjamin Jones

Benjamin Jones
Faculty Benjamin Jones
Qualification MBA, NET, MPHIL, (Ph.D.)
Department Commerce
Official email id benjamin@caias.in
Publications            

 

  1.  Paper presentation on Social Networking – ‘The impact of Social Networking sites on Business’ on 30-March – 2012 at Acharya Institute of Technology, One Day National Conference
  2. Paper presentation on ‘The Impact of Technology adoption of Retail sector – Opportunities and challenges’ on 9-Oct-2012 at MLA College, One Day State Level Conference
  3. Paper presentation on ‘Approbation of FDI and its pertinence in the implementation of Technology in retail sector’ on 17-Oct-2012 at Garden City College, One Day State level Seminar
  4. Paper Presentation on Social Entrepreneurship – A Paradigm shift from Economic Entrepreneurship – From Profit centric to people centric’ at Malleswaram Ladies Association First Grade College for Women, UGC sponsored Three Day International Conference on 22-24 Dec-2012 - ISBN: 978-93-5097-704-0, Page – 329.
  5.  Paper Presentation on ‘An exploratory study into the finesse of currency future’ at SDMIMD, Mysore, International Conference on emerging trends in finance & accounting, August 9 – 10, 2013. ISBN – 978-81-922146-6-5.
  6. A literature on Facts and Figures of India’s falling Rupee, International Journal of Management Science & Technology (IRJMST),Vol5, Issue 7, Year 2014, ISSN       2250 – 1959 (Online) 2348 – 9367 (Print)
  7.  Interest rates – A study on why they are the biggest macroeconomic factor for economic development, IJARMET, Volume 2, Issue 3, March 2017. ISSN 2456 – 2998.
  8. Demonetisation – An analysis on where BSE and macroeconomic variables of the country stand a year later, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR),Vol – 3, Issue – 12, (2017), ISSN (O) 2454 – 1362
  9.  Paper presented on ‘The lead up to a single global currency – Why the    world needs a new global currency’ , International conference held in        Christ Deemed to be University in association with Institute of Management Accountants, USA , on 6th &7 th February 2018.
  10. Paper presented on ‘An empirical examination into the relation between SENSEX  and Foreign exchange rates’, International Conference, Mount Carmel College,1st & 2 nd March 2018
  11. XI. Cryptocurrency – The fallacy of new age Monetary System, Published in JETIR, Volume 5, Issue 8, ISSN: 2349 – 5162.

Mr. K M Vinay Kumar

Mr. K M Vinay Kumar
Faculty Mr. K M Vinay Kumar
Qualification MBA – HR (Ph.D)
Department Commerce
Official email id vinaykm@christacademy.in
Publications            

Mr. Nidhish Padmanabhan

Mr. Nidhish Padmanabhan
Faculty Mr. Nidhish Padmanabhan
Qualification BBM,MCOM
Department Commerce
Official email id nidhishp@caias.in
Publications            

Mr. Santosh N C

Mr. Santosh N C
Faculty Mr. Santosh N C
Qualification M.Com. PGDBA (Ph.D.)
Department Commerce
Official email id santoshnc@christacademy.in
Publications            

Mrs. Deepa Anil

Mrs. Deepa Anil
Faculty Mrs. Deepa Anil
Qualification M.Com. M.Phil. PGDPR.
Department Commerce
Official email id deepaa@christacademy.in
Publications            
  1. Worklife Balance;Neoteric advances and predicaments in Business Environment;ISBN 978-1635358-7,2017
  2. Problems faced by tea growers in the Nilgiris; The Indian Science Congress Association; Surana College,
  3. Managing human resources in the workplace; 6th International Conference,SMIMD, ISBN 978-9383302-35-2 , 2017
  4. Human resources accounting; 7th International conference, 2018, under review
  5. Human resource audit, PESCE,

Mrs. Lanna Lalithan

Mrs. Lanna Lalithan
Faculty Mrs. Lanna Lalithan
Qualification MCOM, MBA, PGDM
Department Commerce
Official email id lannal@christacademy.in
Publications            

Mrs. Maya Joe

Mrs. Maya Joe
Faculty Mrs. Maya Joe
Qualification MBA (Finance & Marketing) PGDCA
Department Commerce
Official email id mayaj@caias.in
Publications            
  1. “Job Satisfaction and Absenteeism interface in Corporate Sector- A study”
  2. Researchers international Journal of Commerce and management Vol.1, Issue.17,April 2017 (ISSN: 2456-4805) "Merger of associate Banks Interface Growth And Development Of Rural People- A Strategic Approach",
  3. National Conference on Business India – Innovative practices for growth and Sustainability, December 16, 2017, RV Institute of management. ""
  4. "Quality orientation to evaluate financial performence outcomes""; Journal of emerging Technologies & Innovative Reserach (under publication processing) "

Mrs. Reny Raphael P

Mrs. Reny Raphael P
Faculty Mrs. Reny Raphael P
Qualification M.Com (Accounts & Taxation)
Department Commerce
Official email id renyraphael@christacademy.in
Publications            

Ms. Sharon Jesuretnam Fernado

Ms. Sharon Jesuretnam Fernado
Faculty Ms. Sharon Jesuretnam Fernado
Qualification B.A,M.A,(M.phil)
Department Commerce
Official email id sharonjf@caias.in
Publications            
  1. Gender disparity in investment pattern with special refernce to IT professionals in Bengaluru
  2. Food retail chain and supermarket evolution in India
  3. Leading the cashless charge-evolution of Digital wallet industry in India
  4. Game theory of marriage

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