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Guest lecture on ‘International Financial Management’
Department of Commerce conducted a guest lecture on ‘International Financial Management’ on November 4, 2017 by Mr. S. P. Srinivasan from International Skill Development Corporation Limited (ISDC) was the resource person for the session. He spoke on the concepts related to Risk Management, Capital Structure and Exchange rate systems to the final year B.Com students.
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Rural Tourism Day Celebration
Department of travel and tourism celebrated Rural tourism on November 8, 2017. Rev. Fr Sabu George, principal, St.Claret College was the chief guest to address the gathering. He spoke about the importance of marketing and creating awareness about rural tourism in the society.
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Guest lecture – Department of Commerce
The Post – Graduate Department of Commerce in association with Research Promotion Cell conducted a guest lecture for M.Com students as well as Commerce and Management Faculties on November 20, 2017. The Resource person was Dr. Muninarayanappa, the Dean and Chairman of Bangalore University. He spoke about technological advancement, skill development and the role of […]
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Workshop on ‘Campus to Corporate’
The Post – Graduate Department of Commerce organized a Soft-Skill Development workshop on ‘Campus to Corporate’ for M.Com students on November 22, 2017. Mr. Lawerence G, Assistant Professor from Gnanam School of Business, Thanjavoor was the resource person and he is an alumni of St.Claret College, 2005 -2008 Batch. He spoke about the requirements of […]
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Congratulations to Bangalore University Rank Holders, 2014- 2017 Batch.
Congratulations to Bangalore University Rank Holders 2014- 2017 Batch from our College.
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Extension activity at Kammagondahalli Government High School
Department of Humanities conducted an extension activity at Kammagondahalli Government High School, Bengaluru on November 21, 20117. The Faculty and the students from the department conducted various team building and communication activities for the students. The games were designed to build their creativity and analytical skills.
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