About the Department
The Department of Commerce was set up in the prestigious RJS First Grade College in the year 1995. The department was proud to run a highly reputed and successful B.Com Degree program under Bangalore University under CBCS semester scheme. At present it is coming under Bangalore Central University. The department is aiming to provide professional skills to fulfil the corporate requirements by including value addition courses in the curriculum. The faculty are delivering quality teaching and mentoring the students by doing seminars, expert classes, workshops and placement activities regularly; hence making the student’s job ready the moment they complete their graduation.
To provide quality education which help the students to meet economic social and environmental challenges in shaping the future.
To make education affordable and reasonable to the youth and uplift them as better citizen to take up the challenges.
|Name||Mr. Rajesh K L|
|Designation||Vice Principal, HOD, Department of Commerce|
|Years Of Experience||25|
|Qualification||M.Com, MBA, M.Phil, B.Ed.,|
|Years Of Experience||18|
|Name||Ms. S. Uma Rani|
|Years Of Experience||07|
|Name||Mrs. Punitha M L|
|Years Of Experience||05|
|Years Of Experience||01|
|Years Of Experience||-|
|Years Of Experience||03|
|Years Of Experience||02|
|Name||Mr. G Murali Krishna|
|Qualification||M.Com, B.Ed., (Ph.D.)|
|Years Of Experience||12|
|Name||Ms. Jeevitha J|
|Years Of Experience||1|
|Name||Dr. Sneha Paul|
|Designation||Part Time - Lecturer|
|Qualification||M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D|
|Years Of Experience||-|
|Sl.No||Name||Reg.No||Percentage / S.G.P.A||Photo|
|4.||Jyothi. P. N.||C1814453||8.87|
|6.||Vinod Kumar. A||C1814557||8.47|
|8.||Pruthvi. K R||16RYC41104||87%|
An internship programme on domestic taxations is offered to Final year B.Com Students by Ascent Consulting Services. The students were trained and allowed to work on “Domestic Taxation”- payroll processing, income tax verification, gratuity calculations, PF calculation, IT computation. The students were offered a stipend of Rs. 9000 p.m. Nearly 15 students got selected for the internship however 6 students completed one month internship program from 10th December 2018 to 10th January 2019.
One Day Industrial Visit to Mysuru
The dept. of commerce organised one day industrial visit to Mysuru on 11 Sept 2018 in association with M.N Tours and Travels. There were around 114 students of Final year B.Com who participated and were escorted and guided by department faculties S.Umarani, Punitha.M.L, Shwetha, and Dr.Prabhamani, librarian and Mamatha office assistant. The trip was intended to educate the students about the different process involved in the production of Sugar by visiting sugar industry in Mandya and also visited silk factory KSIC in Mysore. The student felt that trip was memorable and refreshing which fulfilled objectives of education. The trip as a whole was successful for the students and they were thankful to the Management for the granting the permission and the Principal Prof. K Renuka Devi for supporting such initiative.
|Name||Company and Designation||Participates||Date||Time|
|Sri. Kiran Kumar||Director, NICT||V SEM BCOM||10th OCT 2018||10 AM - 1.00 PM|
The expert talks on GST, is proposed to be a comprehensive indirect tax on Manufacture, Sale and Consumption of goods as well as services at the national level. It replaces all indirect taxes levied on goods and services by the Central government and state government. The Seminar focused on explaining the concepts of GST and its evolution in India. Then it discussed the silent features of GST and how does it works. It highlights the benefits of the GST, how it is levied. How it avoid the cascading effects and latest technology adopted by the GSTN. Etc.
|Resource Person||Company and Designation||Participants||Date||Time|
|Dr. Paramesh||Principal APS College of Commerce||III SEM BCOM||2nd NOV 2018||10 AM - 1.00 PM|
The Expert talk on corporate Accounting subject on the topic “profit prior to incorporation” provides a close view on meaning, calculation of sales ratio, time ratio, weighted ratio, treatment of capital and revenue expenditure, ascertainment of pre-incorporation and post-incorporation profit by preparing profit & loss account and Balance sheet. The session also covers actual solving of problems from examination point of view students find very interesting in understanding methodology of accounting procedure.
|Mr. Avinash||Charted accountant||V SEM BCOM||-||10 AM - 12.00 PM|
Investment in long lived assets such as property plant and equipment are very important elements in many companies balance sheet. INDAS 16 describes to accounting treatment for property plant & equipment. During the seminar the principal issues like recognition of Assets, determination of their carrying amount, depreciation changes and their impairment losses have been discussed with accounting principles of IFRS along with suitable examples which are very useful for the final year students.