Students' Presentation on Entrepreneurship and Startup Management
Department of Commerce (UG) in association with the Institution's Innovation Council Organised Student Development Programme (SDP) on 22 November 2022. Twenty-four students presented their topics, such as the Legal Aspects – Business Ownership, Sales and Income Tax and Workman Compensation Act, Clearances and permits required, formalities, licensing and registration procedures, Definition of Women Entrepreneurs, Factors influencing Women Entrepreneurs, Problems of Women Entrepreneurs and Remedial Measures, Development of Women Entrepreneurs and Women Entrepreneurship, Association Promoting women entrepreneurs, Stand up India schemes for women-Central and State level. Start-up India Schemes- Central Government initiative for start-up, Start-up Karnataka. Make in India Schemes, Ease of Doing Business, Industrial Corridors: Sectors-IT, Tourism, Food processing.
Naveen Singh won the first position, Nita Subba won the second position, and Mantesha Zoha won the third. Asmi Roy, Ashwin Ashok, and Nikita Kumari received consolation prizes. Mr. Surjit Singha, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Commerce, was the faculty event coordinator for the SDP.
Nita Subba, 20CO8H5081, V Semester B.Com (E), commented, "The exercise was engaging and served as a framework for our learning. The presentation was captivating, energetic, and meticulously planned, and the content benefited the intended audience. I am pleased and hopeful that the same activity will be repeated in the future, and the recognition and award earned inspired more students."
"I am thankful for this wonderful opportunity. It assisted me in learning how to interact and identify my talents and flaws. Even though I have limited time for preparation, I learnt to convey a certain subject in a limited amount of time," said Ashmi Roy, 20CO8A5053, V Semester B.Com (E).
Skill development workshop on Statistics for Business and Commerce
Department of Commerce (UG) in association with the Institution's Innovation Council Organised “Skill Development Workshop (SDW) on Statistics for Business and Commerce” on 22 October 2022. Topics includes importance of statistics in business, commerce, and economy. Its usage in decision-making, to understand the markets, advertisement decision making, pricing, changes in consumer demand, and policy formulation.
Dr. Raja Kamal Ch and Mr. Surjit Singha has given a detail information about the business analytics and its importance also discussed the present job opportunities for business analytics.
AKASH K, 22COMG02, I Semester, B.Com (G Section), commented, "It was a helpful learning experience for the students and understood the usage of statistics and its application in various domain including business, commerce, and economics. We are thankful to our institution for organising the event"
ALFIN JOE ROBINSON, , 22COLH05, I Semester, B.Com (H Section), commented, "It was a really a wonderful experience for the students and helpful to make a path for our career We are thankful to our institution for organising the event such a career oriented sessions"
Student Development Programme (SDP): Students' Presentation on Entrepreneurship and Startup Management
Department of Commerce (UG) in association with the Institution's Innovation Council Organised Student Development Programme (SDP) on 18 October 2022. Four teams presented their topics on the Concept of entrepreneur and entrepreneurship, characteristics of entrepreneurs, types of entrepreneurs; Factors influencing entrepreneurship, the meaning of the idea, sources of a new idea - methods of generating ideas; Opportunities recognising - Product planning and development process, latest policies of the government towards entrepreneurship, Creating and starting venture; Business plans, the scope of business plans, format of a business plan, a brief idea about an institutional support system. Nandana P, Pooja Sharma, Riza Asfeen, S Sneha, and Sanjay Kumar G won the first position; Abhina Mol, Aishwariya D, Shalini K, Sneha S, Varun C won the second position; and Aben Bibil Varghese, Aishwarya Nagarajan, Maadhesh B, Rahul Manoj, S Gopinath won the third position. Mr. Surjit Singha, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Commerce, was the faculty event coordinator for the SDP, and the jury for the event was Dr. Chandrakhanthan. J, Dept. of Commerce.
Pooja Sharma, 20CO1H5268, V Semester, B.Com (E), commented, "It was a beneficial learning experience for the entire team and me. The activity taught us how to work together and allowed us to assess our strengths and weaknesses; we are grateful to our course instructor for organising the event"
"The finest part of the learning was the teamwork, how to manage a team, and collaborative work; we were able to broaden our knowledge, gain a better comprehension of the ideas, build our confidence, learn to coordinate, and improve our presentation skills as a team. We are grateful to the department, IIC, the institution, and our faculty event coordinator for providing us with the opportunity of learning by doing" said Riza Asfeen, 20CO1H5269, V Semester, B.Com (E).