Seshadripuram Academy of Business Studies
Kengeri Satellite Town, Bengaluru
Permanently Affiliated to Bangalore University
We are proud about our faculty members who are currently pursuing PhD at various State Universities. With the abundant knowledge they possess, it is true that the students revitalize it from our faculty members & gain surplus knowledge.
With its motto "Quest for Knowledge", the Research Cell focuses to imbibe Research Culture among students and staff. Constant up gradation of knowledge is essential in academia. The Cell caters to arrange research oriented programmes to keep the research spirit going and to throw light on the latest updates in academics by inviting experts from various streams. Guest Lectures, Projects, Paper Presentations, Group Discussions are some of the activities that the Research Cell would lay its hands on. Students in association with the staff will be encouraged to take up mini projects with the seed money provided by the SET.
In order to publish research papers in a qualified journal, a journal that is indexed in reputed agencies like Scopus, Web of Science, Elsevier, Science Direct, etc is chosen.
Classification of Journals like National, International and with mere impact factor is not relevant. In order to avoid fake agencies, journals, the Research publication ethics and guidelines are circulated among the faculties and to the students who are interested in writing Research paper.
The guidelines are as follows:
PhD degree program in commerce is to prepare experienced business professionals to generate use and share knowledge about teaching- learning, human development and to collaborate with others to solve critical educational and human problems in a diverse global community. The program is designed to integrate field experience and academic study through vigorous coursework and research, allowing scholars continuously apply knowledge and skill in field setting and generate practical, relevant questions for issues needing further study.
|SL. No.||Faculty Name||Department|
|1||Prof. Jayaram||Commerce & Management|
|2||Dr.Chethana M R||Commerce & Management|
|3||Sowmya D N||Commerce & Management|
|4||Bindu S||Commerce & Management|
|5||Shivakumar C S||Commerce & Management|
|6||Asha G||Commerce & Management|
|7||Keerthi Lakshmi Talakad||Assistant Professor in Commerce|
|SL. No.||Faculty Name||Department|
|1||Dr.Shobha M C||Kannada|
The frontier of cyberspace has certainly attracted the attention of people and no issue has been treated more extensively than intellectual property protection. IPR refers to creations of the minds, literary and artistic works, symbols, names and images. IP includes patents for inventions, trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications. It is driven by creativity and innovation, which needs to be protected and channelized for better use in future. Enhancing the protection of IPR beyond the Trade-Related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (Trips), the India government has announced an IPR policy that is in compliance with global norms. These rights may be enforced by a court via a lawsuit. The reasoning for Intellectual Property is to encourage innovation without the fear that competitor will steal the idea and/ or take the credit for it.
Details of IPR sessions
|1||19-4-2018||Workshop on IPR-Introduction and Overview|
|2||20-3-2017||Workshop on IPR-Copyrights|
|3||22-3-2016||Workshop on IPR-Plagiarism|
|4||3-3-2015||Guest lecture on IPR-Patents|
|5||14-9-2013||Guest lecture on Intellectual Property Rights|