Name: DR. SUBRATA MUKHERJEE

Department Name: COMMERCE

E-mail: subrata9019@gmail.com

Academic Qualification: M.Com, Ph.D, ACMA, ACS, DFA

Present Designation: Assistant Professor in Commerce

Teaching Experience: 11 Year ( UG 11 Year, PG 2 Year)

Industry Experience: 2 Year

Topics Taught: Accounts, Costing, Financial Management, Management Accounting, Mathematics and Statistics etc.

As Resource Person

Date Venue Purpose
05/10/2012 Ramnagar College, Department of Commerce UGC Sponsored Career Counselling Programme.
27/04/2013 Egra Sarada Shashi Bhusan College, Department of Commerce. Industrial Training Programme of B.Com 3rd year student of Vidyasagar University
12/09/2013 ICMARD, Ultadanga Trade Union Convention, All Bengal Co-operative Bank Employees Federation
21-22/12/2013 Coochbehar All Bengal Co-operative Bank Employees Federation. 18th State Conference.
11/03/2015 Mugberia Gangadhar Mahavidyalaya, Department of Commerce Industrial Training Programme of B.Com 3rd year student of Vidyasagar University

Publication:

SL. No. Title of the Paper Name of the Journal Year Vol. No. ISBN/ISSN No.
1. “Small Scale Industries in Purba Medinipur District – Problems and Prospects” Book 2010
2. Impact of Foreign Direct Investment in India” Book   – Publisher Manav Prakashan 2013 978-93-80332-44-4
3. Information Technology in Banking and E-Security” Calcutta University, Department of Commerce; Pp 164-167 2006
4. “Measurement of Corporate Performance Through Balanced Scorecard: An Overview” Vidyasagar University Journal of Commerce; Pp 60-70 2006 11 09735917
5. “Need for Providing Support or Relief to Cooperative Credit Institutions” Nafscob           Bulletin; April – June 2008, Pp 9-10. 2008  
6. “Suggestions for the Improvement and Betterment in the working of Cooperative Banks in general and Mugberia Central Cooperative Bank Ltd in particular” Nafscob Bulletin; January – March, 2010; Pp 11-14 2010  
7. “Role of Credit Cooperative and Small Scale Industries in Economic Development in Rural Area”

 

Nafscob Bulletin; July – September, 2010; Pp 11-15 2010  
8. “Performance Appraisal of Central Cooperative Banks in India in Liberal Economic Scenario” International Journal of Research in Computer Application & Management 2011 1 2231-1009
9. “Risk Minimization in Spot and Derivative Market” International Journal of Research in      Commerce & Management 2011 2 0976 – 2183
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“What went wrong with Cooperative in the wake of open market economy” ” The Cooperator, National Cooperative Union of India 2011 48
11 “Microfinance through Cooperatives: Performance and Prospects” International Journal of Research in Commerce Economics and Management 2011 1 2231-4245
12 “Microfinance is our business – Cooperating out of poverty” Journal of Rural Cooperative Credit and Banking 2011
13. “Role of Cooperative in Agricultural Credit – Issues and Challenges” Land Bank Journal, (National Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks’ Federation Limited), 2011 50
14. “Role of Cooperative in Microfinance – A Case Study” Book on The Role of Credit Cooperatives in Socio, Economic and Political Development in Rural India, published by Mugberia Gangadhar Mahavidyalaya 978-93-80332-29-1.
15. “Need for Resuscitation of Credit Co-operative in India” Land Bank Journal, (National Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks’ Federation Limited), 2012 51  
16. “Role of Co-operative in Agricultural Credit – Issues and Challenges” Vidyasagar University Journal of Commerce 2012 17 0973-5917
17. “Search for a New Economic Model through Cooperative Movement” The Cooperator, National Cooperative Union of India 2012 49
18. “Co-operative – A Means for Socio-Economic Upliftment” “Co-operative – A Means for Socio-Economic Upliftment” The Brahmaputra Rhythm of the Promises 2012 5 2278-246X
19. “Small Scale Industries in Purba Medinipur District – Problems and Prospects – A Case Study of Bhagwanpur – II Block” Book on Micro Enterprise and Rural Development in India 2013 978-81-8387-575-2
20. “Do Our Companies Justify the Premium they Demand from the Market? A Study on the Matter and Suggestion for Plausible Redressal.” IJSR – International Journal of Scientific Research; Vol 4, Issue 4, April 2015. 2015 ISSN No 2277-8179

Impact Factor 3.2416

 

 

Seminer/ Workshop

  Title Place Date Level
1. Strategic Management in Indian Industries Vidyasagar University 4th March, 2005. National Level
2. Information Technology in Banking Sector of India Burdwan University, 6th October, 2005. National Level
3. Business Environment and Business Process Outsourcing in India. Burdwan University, 20-21, January, 2006. National Level
4. Measurement of Corporate Performance through Balanced Scorecard: An overview. Vidyasagar University 11th February, 2006. National Level
5. Information Technology in Banking and E-Security Calcutta University 25-26th February, 2006. National Level
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Electronic Banking – A Future Outlook Vidyasagar University 21st February, 2007. National Level
7. Performance of Central Cooperative Banks in India and in West Bengal in Liberal Economic Scenario Vidyasagar University 23rd February, 2008. National Level
8. Risk Minimization in Spot and Derivative Market Vinod Gupta School of Management 29-31st December, 2008 National Level
9. Role of Cooperative in Agricultural Credit – Issues and Challenges Bankers Institute of Rural Management, Lucknow. 28-29th         July, 2011 National Level
10. Relevance of Marxism vis-à-vis Cooperative Movement Christ University, Bangalore 16-17th Sept, 2011 National Level
11. Can Cooperative Provide an Alternative Economic Model? Christ University, Bangalore 16-17th Sept, 2011 National Level
12. Co-operative – A Means for Socio-Economic Upliftment IERC, Mumbai 21-22nd Feb, 2013 International Level
13. Impact of Structural Adjustment in Life Insurance Sector in India Deshbandhu College for Girls 5-6th April, 2013 National Level
14. Need for Resuscitation of Credit Co-operative in India Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore 21-22nd August, 2013 International Level
15. Co-Operative – A Means of Proletariat University of Colombo – Srilanka (IHRA) 21-22nd October, 2013 International Level
16. Need for Strengthening Credit Co-operatives in India. Indian Accounting Association 29th March, 2014 National Level
17. A Selective Study of Retail Banking in India Vidyasagar University 20-21st February, 2015 International Level

 

Refresher/Orientation Course:

SL.No. Course Institution Date Grade
1. Orientation Course UGC ASC – Jadavpur University 06.02.2006 to 06.03.2006 A
2. Winter School UGC ASC University of Calcutta 25.02.2009 to 19.03.2009 A
3. Refresher Course UGC ASC University of Calcutta 10.09.2012 to 29.09.2012 A

Membership in academic bodies/ organizations

  1. Associate Member of The Institute of Cost Accountants of India.
  2. Associate Member of The Institute of Company Secretaries of India.
  3. Life Member of Commerce Alumni of Calcutta University.
  4. Life Member of Indian Accounting Association

Research Projects:

Title of the Project Funding Agency Amount
“Small Scale Industries in Purba Medinipur District – Problems and Prospects – A Case Study of Bhagwanpur II Block”. UGC – Completed 80,000
“Role of Primary Agricultural Credit Societies in Socio – Economic Development – A Case Study of Purba Medinipur District” UGC – Completed 1,18,000
“Consolidation vis-à-vis delayering of Credit Co-operatives in the light of Dr. Prakash Bakshi’s Report: Case study – Maharashtra, Kerala and West Bengal”

 

UGC – On going 2,40,000
Performance Appraisal of Central Co-operative Banking in Liberal Economic Scenario – A Case Study”.

Scholarships/Award/Recognitions:

Other Information (if any): Part time Faculty Member at the Institute of Cost Accountants of India. Authorized VAT Return Preparer – Certified by Directorate of Commercial Taxes Government of West Bengal