ADMISSIONS CLOSED FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-20

MBA

SCMS School of Technology and Management offers a two-year,full time Master’s Program me in Business Administration. The institution is affiliated to the Mahatma Gandhi University and is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). It has also received 'A Grade' Accreditation from 'NAAC' and is ISO 9001:2015 Certified

The programme is aimed at building on the ability of the students to effectively manage people, manage information and also the financial resources. Training at SSTM adds to their repertoire of skills.

MBA programme of SSTM aims to develop competence in decision making, interpersonal skills, group relations skill and the ability to integrate and interrelate with people, along with a sense of responsibility towards society

The teaching methodology adopted for MBA at SSTM is in tune with the best programs in the country. The lecture format along with individual and small group study is a major component of the learning process. Our methodology is totally different from that of other business schools. Though theoretical inputs are essential to any business management programme, we do not give it undue emphasis. Our stress is on the overall development of the personality of the individual. We believe what one needs most are the skills to manage people, the ability to take decisions, to communicate effectively and to negotiate successfully. A sense of self confidence in everything one does as a manager is also very vital to succeed in life.

How effective one is in managing one's people to achieve the goals set for oneself decides one's success as a manager. Managing people needs special skills. If a person is to succeed in today's globally integrated and competitive business, economic and political environment, most of the skills listed below are absolutely essential.

SKILL IN COMMUNICATION

One must have the ability to effectively communicate in a friendly manner. Though this looks easy, one needs tremendous amount of training to achieve this ostensibly simple skill

INTER-PERSONAL SKILLS

Wrong communication can lead to problems. Right communication in a wrong context also can create problems. Every individual has a right to respect self and hence interpersonal relations canbe maintained only by a trained mind. This skill is crucial to work in a team.

EMPATHY

The dictatorial or hierarchical system of management is no more relevant today because people have several options. Humaneness and understanding of feelings and problems of others are qualities that have to be inculcated in future managers by training

ANALYTICAL SKILLS

Analytical mind is a product of training. When a person confronts a problem or faces a situation or has multiple choices from which to select one, his mind is put to strain. A well-trained analytical mind will have enough data in store to take correct decisions

THE ART OF NEGOTIATION

A business professional will be called upon to negotiate hundreds of things every day. He may not be aware that he has to negotiate with his family, peers, superiors and subordinates in his office and a large number of other people in his everyday life, apart from formal business negotiations he is called upon to do. Training helps him avoid pitfalls and leads his family or organisation to success.

SELF-CONFIDENCE

It is impossible for one to succeed if one lacks self-confidence. A person should be conscious of his strengths and weaknesses. His entire effort should be focused on getting over his weaknesses and build on strengths. This process of development calls for careful nurturing and hence the emphasis on building self-confidence through training. Only by proper training we can instill confidence in an individual, particularly in those who come from less endowed circumstances.

LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR MBA PROGRAMME

FIRST SEMESTER

  • CC01 Principles and Practices of Management
  • CC02 Business Communication
  • CC03 Managerial Economics
  • CC04 Accounting For Management
  • CC05 Quantitative Techniques For Management
  • CC06 Business Law
  • CC07 Environment Management
  • CC08 Business Ethics & Corporate Governance

SECOND SEMESTER

  • CC09 Financial Management
  • CC10 Marketing Management
  • CC11 Human Resource Management
  • CC12 Operations Management
  • CC13 Operations Research
  • CC14 Management Information Systems & Cyber Security
  • CC15 Organisational Behaviour
  • CC16 Entrepreneurship and Project Management
  • CC17 Comprehensive Viva-Voce (First and Second Semester)

THIRD SEMESTER

  • CC18 Business Analytics
  • Cc19 Research Methodology
  • CC 20 Organization Study
  • Electives

FOURTH SEMESTER

  • CC21 Strategic Management
  • CC22 Summer Internship Project
  • CC23 Comprehensive Viva Voce (Third and Fourth Semester and Project)
  • Electives

ELECTIVES: MARKETING MANAGEMENT

  • Mm 01 Agro Business And Rural Marketing
  • Mm 02 Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Mm 03 Product and Brand Management
  • Mm 04 Retail Business Management
  • Mm 05 Services Marketing
  • Mm 06 Digital Marketing
  • Mm 07 Consumer Behaviour
  • Mm 08 Customer Relationship Management
  • Mm 09 Marketing of Hospitality and Tourism
  • Mm 10 Marketing Research

ELECTIVES: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • Fm 01 Cost and Management Accounting
  • Fm 02 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Fm 03 Corporate Restructuring
  • Fm 04 Bank Management
  • Fm 05 Financial Derivatives
  • Fm 06 International Finance and Forex Management
  • Fm 07 Corporate Taxation
  • Fm 08 Management of Financial Services
  • Fm 09 Rural Economy and Micro Finance
  • Fm10 Risk Management and Insurance Services

ELECTIVES: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

  • Hrm 01 Training and Development
  • Hrm 02 Performance and Talent Management
  • Hrm 03 Competency Mapping
  • Hrm 04 Managing Organisational Change and Development
  • Hrm 05 Compensation Management
  • Hrm 06 Global Human Resources Management
  • Hrm 07 Counselling Skills for Managers
  • Hrm 08 Industrial Relations and Labour Law
  • Hrm 09 Managing Interpersonal and Group Process
  • Hrm 10 Human Resources Information System

ELECTIVES: INFORMATION SYSTEM

  • Is 01 System Analysis & Design
  • Is 02 E-Business
  • Is 03 Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Is 04 Information Security Management
  • Is 05 Software Quality Management
  • Is 06 Cloud Computing
  • Is 07 Decision Support System
  • Is 08 Software Project Management
  • Is 09 Database Management
  • Is 10 E-Business Strategy

ELECTIVES: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

  • Pom 01 Supply Chain Management
  • Pom 02 Total Quality Management
  • Pom 03 Materials and Purchase Management
  • Pom 04 Advanced Project Management
  • Pom 05 Management of Technology and Innovation
  • Pom 06 World Class Manufacturing
  • Pom 07 Service Operations Management
  • Pom 08 Industrial Safety and Occupational Health
  • Pom 09 Global Operations and Logistics Management
  • Pom 10 Operations Strategy

ELECTIVES: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

  • Ib 01 International Economics
  • Ib 02 International Financial System
  • Ib 03 International Marketing
  • Ib 04 Import/Export Policies and Procedures
  • Ib 05 Global Trade Practices
  • Ib 06 International Human Resource Management
  • Ib 07 International Economic Organisations
  • Ib 08 International Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Ib 09 International Trade Promotions Strategies
  • Ib 10 World Economic Geography

AREAS OF SPECIALISATION

Marketing, Finance, Information Systems and Human Resources Management are the areas offered as specialisation by the University. A particular elective will be offered only if there is a minimum number of 20 students.

BEYOND SYLLABUS

Teaching and training system at SSTM are not confined to the University syllabus. We teach many more subjects like Entrepreneurial Development, Contemporary issues in HR, Marketing, Knowledge Management, Wealth Management, Project Management and Funding to empower and help the students face the modern competitive global environment. Though these are non- credit courses, internal marks are awarded on the basis of the earnestness and interest the students show in the study of non-credit courses.

SCIENCE OF TEACHING PEDAGOGY

At SSTM, the faculty has total freedom to choose the method that is best suited for the session. A variety of teaching and learning techniques are employed to impart knowledge and skills.

Lectures, case analysis, simulation games and exercises, syndicates, group discussions, video sessions, team projects, game plays, quiz programmes or computer simulations and practical project work are commonly used. These help develop conceptual, analytical and decision making skills and prepare students to face the challenges of the complex business and organizational environment. Students have the opportunity to work one-on-one with the faculty. Special attention is bestowed when core courses are taught.

COUNSELLING / MENTORING SPECIAL TO SCMS GROUP

This is a novel approach for betterment of education. Immediately after admission, the students are divided into groups of 8 or 10. Each group is assigned to a faculty member who will be their mentor for the remaining two years.

The groups meet to assess, analyse and rehearse. Skills are honed, programmes prepared and issues are discussed. Members of the groups prepare and make presentations. The assigned faculty member closely monitors activities of the group and provides necessary guidance.

This programme help students shed their inhibitions, develop communication skills and become good orators. It effectively supplements personality development programmes conducted at regular intervals by renowned experts at the campus

INSTITUTE INDUSTRY INTERACTION

At SSTM, our MBA programme is re-engineered to be based as close as possible to the real-world criteria. Our faculty will apply their innovative professional expertise to help students assess, develop and apply all the managerial skills, which will make them effective managers.

As part of the teaching system, we conduct interface sessions periodically called Institute Industry Interaction (III) by inviting practising managers of different disciplines. These lively sessions help students familiarise with problems that a manager faces and solutions he arrives at in real-life situations

The invited industry leaders also help build rapport with students, making every session a rewarding experience for both.

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

The instructors will have the freedom to decide the criteria for internal evaluation of each course. However, the assessment criteria can include, internal assessment tests, assignments, project work, group / individual class presentations, case studies, seminars, attendance and class participation. The instructor will make available on LAN clear guidelines regarding the assessment criteria to the class before the commencement of the course. The internal assessment results will be published on the notice board and the students will be given at least a week to have clarifications, if any, before the external examination for the semester.

EXTERNAL EXAM

For all the courses, a written examination of the duration of three hours would be conducted at the end of each semester. Each examination carries a maximum of 60 marks. The end term examination is conducted by the Mahatma Gandhi University.

In case a candidate fails to secure the required minimum of 50 percent marks in the internal assessment, one may secure it by repeating the course altogether in a regular class in a subsequent semester. However, such improvement in sessionals for a course cannot be attempted more than once.

PASS AND GRADES

The minimum marks required for a pass in the MBA Programme is 50 percent.

Candidates who have secured not less than 60 percent marks in aggregate for all the four semesters shall be declared to have passed MBA degree examination in First Class. Candidates who have secured not less than 80 percent marks in aggregate for all the four semesters shall be declared to have passed MBA degree examination with Distinction. Candidates for the MBA degree shall be eligible to undergo the course of study in the subsequent semester and take the examination of that semester irrespective of the examination results of the previous semester, provided they have completed all the formalities of attendance, payment of all fees due to the University and registration for the examination in the earlier semesters.

ATTENDANCE

No student shall be allowed to appear in the University examination of a course if he/she has not secured 75 percent of attendance for each course during semester.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

HR CLAN

Students who are specialising in Human Resource Management become members of HR Clan. They conduct surveys on HR perspectives, seminars, and also undertake specifi assignments on behalf of the industry.

MARKETING GRID

Marketing Grid is an association of the management students of SCMS group having the following objectives:

  • enhance the marketing skills of the students by interacting with practising managers.
  • pursue fieldresearch in marketing and management related areas.
  • contribute to the overall personality development of the students through seminars and topical presentations.

The Grid organizes weekly meetings with practicing managers.

PANORAMA

Panorama is an annual management meet of students. This two-day event brings together noted professionals in the areas of Finance, HR, Systems and Marketing

FINANCE FORUM

The Finance Forum is a forum of students who have an interest in the fi of fi The Finance Forum regularly organises seminars and lecture meetings with experts from the industry. Some of the issues discussed in the recent past are the National Budget, Credit Policy, Stock Exchange Simulations and Corporate Health.

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

SCMSwas the first business school in India to introduce a systematic training programme aimed at developing the personality of the students admitted for the PGDM programme. It was Stanford Business School in USA, which first identified the need for special training to aspiring management students. A study conducted by them found that many of their highly intelligent and high calibre students failed as managers in real life, for want of certain very essential human traits. They identified these traits and provided special training to every student who were enrolled in its management programme. Later surveys found the rate of failure significantly low. Hence, SCMS GROUP also decided to adopt the practice and give special emphasis to development of the overall personality of every enrolled student, in addition to state-of-the-art management coaching, based on a highly innovative and industry relevent curriculum. A series of programmes are conducted with the assistance of external experts who will be involved in sharpening skills in communication, inter-personal relationships, analytical ability, proficiency in public speaking, assertiveness, self-confidence, interview techniques etc, essential for the management professionals of tomorrow.

ADMISSIONS

Admission Procedure

Admission to the MBA (Full Time) degree programme will be on the basis of merit as determined by the admission scores obtained by the candidate seeking admission. A rank list shall be prepared on the basis of the sum of the following three components.

  • Test score 80%
  • Group discussion 10 %
  • Interview 10%

Candidates will be called for the interview on 1:3 basis

Eligibility

A pass in any bachelor's degree examination of the Mahatma Gandhi University or an equivalent degree of any other University duly recognised by the Mahatma Gandhi University with not less than 50 percent marks in aggregate, i.e. in all parts of examination or a master degree examination with 50 percent mark in aggregates. And, a valid score in an entrance examination for admission to MBA.

For candidates belonging to the SC/ST communities, a pass in a bachelor degree examination is needed.

Degrees of other Universities

Candidates who have taken qualifying degrees from Universities other than M. G. University, Kottayam should obtain recognition of their degrees by the M. G. University. SCMS School of Technology and Management will not be responsible for any problem coming out of non-recognition of degrees of other universities by the M. G. University. SSTM will lend you all assistance in getting the recognition. Generally, all major Indian universities are recognised by the MG University. However, it is advisable to check their website or ask queries for clarifications

HOW TO APPLY

All prospective candidates are expected to submit the filled up application forms on or before the last date notified by the School. Late and incomplete applications will not be accepted. The following documents are also essential to make the application complete.

  • Attested copy of the School Leaving Certificate or any other equivalent document to prove age and date of birth.
  • Attested copies of the mark lists of 10th, +2 and degree examinations.
  • Attested copy of the qualifying degree certificate.
  • A demand draft for ` 1,000/- towards Registration Fee drawn in favour of SSTM-COCHIN payable at any bank in Ernakulam.
  • One copy of recent stamp size photograph.
  • Photocopy of the score card of an entrance examination for admission to MBA.

Send the application and other documents to:

THE ADMISSIONS OFFICER
THE ADMISSIONS OFFICER SCMS GROUP-COCHIN
Prathap Nagar, Muttom, Aluva,
COCHIN - 683 106, KERALA
Phone: 91-484-2623803/2625004
Fax: 91-484-2623855/2558064
Email: mca@scmsgroup.org

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Faculty List of MBA Academicians

PROF. DR. RADHA THEVANNOOR

Group Director

PhD,MBA,M.Com

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Dr. G. Sashi Kumar

PRINCIPAL

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Dr.Mary Fatima Cross

Associate Professor

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Dr. Susan Abraham

Professor & HOD

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Dr. Shobha Menon

Associate Professor

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Dr.Praveena K

Associate Professor

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Ms.Devi S.Nair

Assistant Professor

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Rinu Jayaprakash

Assistant Professor

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VIGNESH KARTHIK S A

Assistant Professor

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DR. DULARI S S

Associate Professor

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Dr. RESHMI A .RAJAN

Associate Professor

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Dr. DEEPA PILLAI

Associate Proffesor

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Dr. RAJESWARI.R

Associate Professor

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Dr. Deepak Ashokkumar

Associate Professor

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programme educational objectives (PEO)


MBA post graduates of this institution are expected to achieve or attain the following PEOs within a few years of completion of the program. They will


  • Apply knowledge and skills for problem solving and decision making in business and entrepreneurial ventures.
  • Nurture an industry-academia link for a lifelong learning experience for the benefit of stakeholders.
  • Possess the business acumen for exploring opportunities in the dynamic environment through lateral thinking and innovation.
  • Exhibit leadership skills in diverse professional environments, upholding ethical values to achieve organizational objectives.
  • Integrate social and environmental responsibilities in their professional career and business enterprises.

Vision

To be a center of excellence for value based management education

Mission

  • Being a learning organization, we provide innovative teaching-learning processes in a systematic and disciplined environment
  • We offer a transformational learning experience to develop competent leaders and entrepreneurs with managerial skills and values.
  • To cultivate and support a culture that fosters socially responsible citizens.

Program Outcomes

On completion of the MBA program the students will be able to:


  • PO1 : Apply the knowledge of management theories and practices to solve business problems.
  • PO2 : Foster Analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making.
  • PO3 : Develop value based leadership ability.
  • PO4 : Understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business.
  • PO5 : Lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to a team environment.
  • PO6 : Foster social and ethical values in their career and enterprises.

Department: MBA

Subbatch: MBA 16 Batch - A
SL.No Roll No Student Name
1 FM-1591 JEXCY MARY JACOB
2 FM-1592 Jerin Antony
3 FM-1594 ANJALI B
4 FM-1599 INDU G NAIR
5 FM-1602 JERRY JACOB VIJU
6 FM-1604 AMAL THOMAS
7 FM-1605 ANN ROSE XAVIER
8 FM-1606 ANUPAMA THOMAS
9 FM-1607 JINNAMOL P J
10 FM-1608 AASHIYA A A
11 FM-1609 ANTONY THOMAS
12 FM-1613 ANN ROSE BABY
13 FM-1616 AMAYA SIMON
14 FM-1618 ARUN OUSEPH
15 FM-1619 DEEPAK S NAIR
16 FM-1621 ANJU CHARLY
17 FM-1622 ALFIYA N
18 FM-1624 BIPINA K BENNY
19 FM-1625 GOPIKA SREEKUMAR
20 FM-1626 ATHULYA ROSE JOHN
21 FM-1634 ABHIRAM RANJITH
22 FM-1635 JAYAKANTH S
23 FM-1638 ALEN BABU
24 FM-1639 JESSRAJ DENNIES
25 FM-1641 GOPIKA B
26 FM-1643 DIYA ANN JACOB
27 FM-1646 AAYISHA NIZAR
28 FM-1647 GAUTAM LOUIS
29 FM-1651 ANAGHA K GEORGE
30 FM-1653 AKHIL MATHEW
31 FM-1654 CAROL BRIGIT JOSEPH
32 FM-1657 DELNA DAVID
33 FM-1658 AKHIL DASAN
34 FM-1660 BINDHYA BINOY
35 FM-1661 ALWIN MOSESS K A
36 FM-1662 ABHIRAMI A S
37 FM-1667 ANANDHU K JEEVANRAJ
38 FM-1668 AMRUTHA ZAIRAZ
39 FM-1675 FEMINA FELIX
40 FM-1678 EMIL CHERIAN
41 FM-1679 AJITH JOSEPH
42 FM-1682 DHANYA PAUL
43 FM-1683 ANCHAL
44 FM-1685 DISHANTH CP
45 FM-1688 ANANNYA S
46 FM-1689 GOWRI SURESH
47 FM-1692 DEVI PADMANABHAN
48 FM-1694 ANUPAMA A
49 FM-1695 GOPIKA T M
50 FM-1700 ANN MARY THANKACHAN
51 FM-1701 ANJANA SUJITH
52 FM-1702 AJIN B ANISH
53 FM-1709 HAFIZ P AHAMMED
54 FM-1710 JACKULIN P JOY
55 FM-1713 EDWIN ANTO
56 FM-1714 ASWATHY P
57 FM-1716 ABHISLASH BABY
58 FM-1717 AYSHA HAQUE
59 FM-1718 CHITRA SHERINE JOHN
60 FM-1720 ASHFAQ AHMED

Department: MBA

Batch:MBA-XVI - Semester:S2
SL.No Roll No Student Name
1 FM-1590 LAKSHMI S.
2 FM-1593 LAVINA MARY THOMAS
3 FM-1595 SHEBIN SAM
4 FM-1596 ROSHIN RANJIT
5 FM-1597 TIGLIN GEORGE PAUL P
6 FM-1598 SILPA
7 FM-1600 NAKUL K KISHORE
8 FM-1601 KEERTHANA S KUMAR
9 FM-1603 RIJO GEORGE THOMAS
10 FM-1610 TOM ROY
11 FM-1611 PARVATHY D
12 FM-1612 MAMATHA P
13 FM-1617 SAMEER K N
14 FM-1620 MALINI MOHAN
15 FM-1623 MOHIT MOHAN
16 FM-1628 MANISHA MS
17 FM-1629 ROHAN EAPEN KURIAKOSE
18 FM-1630 ROBIN JOSEPH
19 FM-1631 JOJIN JOSE
20 FM-1632 SACHIN JOSEPH KAYANATTU
21 FM-1633 SHABEER
22 FM-1636 LIBNA SUMANLAL
23 FM-1637 MUHAMED RAMEES M S
24 FM-1642 SANDHYA M S
25 FM-1644 KRISHNA PRIYA S
26 FM-1645 MINU PAUL
27 FM-1649 SRUTHI SOMAN
28 FM-1655 NOEL GEORGE
29 FM-1656 YADHU KRISHNA SYLESH
30 FM-1663 SARA BABY
31 FM-1664 VIVEK P M
32 FM-1665 KAVYA KISHOR
33 FM-1670 MARIAM CARISHMA WILLIAM N
34 FM-1672 SHILPA SATHISH
35 FM-1673 YADUNATH R
36 FM-1672 SHALINI V A
37 FM-1676 RIYA JOSEPH
38 FM-1677 T.S. SULFIKKAR
39 FM-1680 SHANTIN MARY SHABU
40 FM-1681 MIDHUNSHA S
41 FM-1684 SANDRA SARA VARGHESE
42 FM-1686 NARGIS BABUL KHAN
43 FM-1687 KARTHIK MURALIDHARAN
44 FM-1690 VYSAKH V
45 FM-1691 SWATHY SAJEEV
46 FM-1696 LINTA SIMON P
47 FM-1698 SANU SUHAIL
48 FM-1699 KESIYA VARGHESE
49 FM-1703 VISHNU B
50 FM-1704 JUHY VINCENT
51 FM-1705 M RENJITH SIVAN
52 FM-1706 SETHULAKSHMI S PUTHENPURAYIL
53 FM-1707 LAILA BEEVI V Y
54 FM-1708 VISHNU MURALI
55 FM-1711 SHYAM SANKAR
56 FM-1712 TIJO JOY
57 FM-1715 YUGESH R NAIR
58 FM-1719 MINNU GEORGE

Prathap Foundation for Education and Training

SCMS Campus,Prathap Nagar,Muttom,Kochi -683106

BALANCE SHEET AS ON 31 -03 -2018

LIABILITIES AMOUNT ASSETS AMOUNT
CAPITAL FUND 4000000.00 FIXED ASSETS
(As per Schedule-IV)
304183900.11
RESERVES & SURPLUS

As on 01-04-2017 - 529764785.94
Add:Excess of Income over
Expenditure for the Year - 20961578.94

550726364.88 CURRENT ASSETS
Deposits,Loans and Advances
(As per Schedule - V)
35634418.45
DEMAND LOANS FROM BANKS

Union Bank of India,Kalamassery, A/C no.550407030000151

12590937.00 CASH AND BANK BALANCES
(As per Schedule - VI)
318321303.54

Union Bank of India,Kalamassery, A/C no.550407030000152

15109125.00

Union Bank of India,Kalamassery, A/C no.550407030000153

17070776.00

Union Bank of India,Kalamassery, A/C no.550407030000161

15128548.00

ICICI Bank - Vehicle Loan (Annexure - A)

4675337.00

HDFC Bank -Vehicle Loan (Annexure - B)

1837890.00
CURRENT LIABILITIES & PROVISIONS
Deposits,Loans and Advances
(As per Schedule - 1)
23342040.72

Sundry Creditors
(As per Schedule - II)

6490483.50
Expenses Payable
(As per Schedule - III)
7168120.00

658139622.10
658139622.10

Prathap Foundation for Education and Training

SCMS Campus,Prathap Nagar,Muttom,Kochi -683106

INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31-03-2018

EXPENDITURE AMOUNT INCOME AMOUNT

To Salaries and Allowances

75286912.00 By Tuition Fee 179495494.10

To Rent,Rates and Taxes

551664.00 By Registration Fee 711000.00

To Travelling Expenses

11117460.56 By Prospectus 1030550.00

To Printing and Stationery

1602671.00 By Examination Fee 2051865.00

To Staff Welfare Expenses

500000.00 By Hostel Fee 14205838.13

To Advertisement Expenses

19614106.00 By Miscellaneous Income 450988.35

To Postage,Telephone and Telegram

1123704.62 By Income from Reprograhics 17371.00

To Newspaper and Periodocals

185251.00 By Interest Received from Fixed Deposits 18454259.00

To Subscription

845860.59 By Income Received from Funded Projects 1519819.00

To Interest on Demand Loan

4927165.00 By Diploma Fee 56000.00

To Office Expenses

3941318.45 By Revaluation Fee 126500.00

To Electricity and Water Charges

10615110.00 By Research Fee 40000.00

To Repairs and Maintenance

5875218.00 By Transportation Fee 141000.00

To Vehicle Maintenance Charges

1818211.00 By Research Income 85000.00

To Conveyance Charges

303954.00 By Alumni Fee 209000.00

To General Insurance

1285053.00 By Identity Card Fee 171500.00

To Service Tax Paid

365453.00 By Rent Received 653914.00

To Transport Charges

191320.00 By Income from Publications 59835.00

To Semincar and Conference Expenses

5041458.00 By University Sports Affiliation Fee 79000.00

To Scholarship

1115000.00 By Interest Received from Other Deposits 150424.00

To Medical Expenses

457303.00

To Fees and Charges

2330191.00

To Interest and Bank Charges

889003.05

To Hostel Expenses

3788599.00

To Personality Development Programme (PDP) Expenses

3826538.00

To Placement Expenses

2514640.00

To Donation and Gift

466146.00

Prathap Foundation for Education and Training

SCMS Campus,Prathap Nagar,Muttom,Kochi -683106

INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31-03-2018

EXPENDITURE AMOUNT INCOME AMOUNT

To Examination Expenses

118794.00

To Awards and Presentations

131200.00

To Garden Expenses

360444.00

To Consultancy Charges

929500.00

To Internte Charges

3093914.00

To ETP Expenses

244886.00

To Publications Expenses

671925.00

To House Keeping Expenses

3833608.00

To Membership Fee

378030.00

To Cultural Expenses

2117726.00

To Alumni Expenses

1612288.00

To Legal Expenses

113000.00

To Lab Expenses

776517.00

To Faulty Development Expenses

95623.00

To Funded Project Expenses

1966600.00

To Research Expenses

2000.00

To Gratuity

299815.00

To Miscellaneous Expenses

43341.00

To Depreciation written off

21379254.37

To Excess of Income Over Expenditure transferred to Reserves and Surplus

20961578.94
219709354.58