Poornaprajna Institute of Management, Udupi

Research by Faculty and Students

Research by Faculty and Students

Research Environment and Support


The Poornaprajna Institute of Management has been striving to develop itself into an institution of excellence in education and research in consonance with the contemporary and future needs of India through meaningful education, original research of the highest standard and leadership in technological innovation for the industrial growth of the Country. Apart from its faculty involved in research activities, it has a separate research centre involved in full-time research. With the path-breaking innovations in both its curriculum and research, the Institute is rapidly gaining a legendary reputation. In addition to offering Post-graduate Programs, the Institute actively encourages its faculty and other academic staff to undertake sponsored research and consultancy projects in order to strengthen the research profile of the Institute. Research and development is carried in several areas like Panchayath Raj, Rural Development, Environmental Auditing, and Rural Women and Technology. To ensure adequate support to the investigator in terms of financial assistance, the institute guides and cooperates with the investigator in respect to the procedure of approaching various funding agencies. The Institute ensures that the resources are released on time along with the timely submission of the utilization certificate by the investigator. In order to enhance the efficiency of the researcher, we have the policy of granting Special/Extraordinary Leave besides study leave and also facilitate allocation of time-table as per the convenience of the researcher.

Research Facilities


Poornaprajna Institute of Management recognizes and understands the importance of Research and hence strives to support the researchers by providing infrastructural facilities like State of Art Computer Laboratory (having requisite Software), a digital Library, reputed E-Journals (like N-List and  J-Gate) & Books. A separate chamber for researchers houses all such facilities which is conducive for carrying out research. The major activity of the institute is to provide support to research projects in wide range of topics. In addition to the above conferences, workshops and publications, which are of relevance to research, are also being supported with financial assistance. The Poornaprajna Centre for Research also guiding the research activities of the Institute. 

Research Achievements and Publications by Faculty

Name of the Faculty


                              Bharath V, Director, Poornaprajna Institute of Management



He completed PhD on the topic Capacity Utilization in Small Scale Industries, at the Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Business Administration of Vinayaka Missions University, Salem, in the year 2009, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. K. Sridhar Shetty, Director, S.M. Shetty Institute of Management Science, Pawai, Mumbai. His Co-Guide was  Dr. K. Rajendran, Dean Research of Vinayaka Missions  University, Salem. He also completed his M.Phil (Management, 2006) from Alagappa University, Karikudy, Tamil Nadu under the supervision of Dr. Sureshramana Mayya. the present Dean of Poornaprajna Institute of Management.  His publications are as follows: 

 

  1. Bharath V, Mayya Umesh. (2013). Capacity Utilization of SSI in Udupi and Dakshina Kannada Districts of Karnataka. Asia Pacific Journal of Research(1). 66-77.
  2. Mayya Umesh, Bharath V. (2013, June). Status of Small Scale Industries in Udupi and Dakshina Kannada Districts of Karnataka. Southern Economists, 52(3), 48-54.
  3. Mayya. S, Bharath V , (2011) "Status and capacity utilization in small-scale industries: A case study of selected Industrial units in Udupi districts", Productivity, New Delhi, Vol 51(1), pp 90-98, April, June, ISSN No. 0032-9924. UGC No. 31809


                              Bharathi Karanth, Associate Professor, Poornaprajna Institute of Management, Udupi



She has been awarded PhD Degree in Commerce (2018) on her thesis on “Fund Management in Non-Profit Organisations: A Study of Development of NGOs in Coastal Karnataka”, under the guidance of Dr. Yashavantha Dongre, Professor and Director, Planning Monitoring & Evaluation Board (PMEB) of Mysore University. She also completed her M.Phi (2008) under the supervision of Dr. M. R. Hegde, the former Director of Poornaprajna Institute of Management. Her important publications are as follows:


  1. Paper titled “CSOs as Catalysts of Financial Inclusion: A study with reference to Beedi Workers “published in Developmental Challenges in the 12th Five Year Plan-Issues, Concerns and Deliberations ISSN 2231-6043 ( a special issue of papers presented in the National Conference held on 29th & 30th December 2011 at Justice K.S.Hegde Institute of Management NMAMIT, Nitte).
  2. “An analytical perspective of funding pattern of NGO’s – A case study in Udupi District” published in the conference proceedings of the national level conference on “Third Sector response to Contemporary Challenges” ISBN: 978-93-81195-10-9 held on January 2nd & 3rd 2012, at Sahyadri College of Management and Sciences , Mangalore.
  3. A paper on Impact of Recapitalisation on the PACS of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts: A case study” was published in the edited volume of Indian Society for studies in Cooperation bearing ISBN 978-93-84161-68-2
  4. A paper titled “Fund Management in NGOs: A Conceptual Framework”, published in Annamalai International Journal of Business Studies and Research, (ISSN: 0975-749X, indexed in EBSCO, Cable Directory, Ulrich Periodicals, ISI etc.), Vol. 7, Issue. 2. November 2015.
  5. A paper titled “Fund Management in NGOs: A Conceptual Framework”, published in conference proceedings of the International Conference on “Global Economic Growth and Sustainability Prospects & Challenges “held on November 20 & 21m 2015 at SDMIMD. (ISBN: 978-93-83302-12-3)
  6. A paper titled “Financial Planning and Control Practices of Selected Non-Governmental Organizations: An Empirical Appraisal published in Indian Journal of Finance, volume 10, Issue 2, February 2016


                              Joe Ashwin Correa , Assistant Professor, Poornaprajna Institute of Management, Udupi


 


                                    M. R. Hegde, Former Director of Poornaprajna Institute of Management

 


  


                                  Naveen Kumar, Associate Professor, Poornaprajna Institute of Management, Udupi.



His PhD work is on finance.  The details are as follows: 
 

  1. The work was carried on studying the initial and long-run performance of public issues in India – Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) as well as Follow-on Public Offerings (FPOs) or Seasoned Equity Offerings (SEOs)
  2. The sample consists of over 3,000 public issues – around 2,900 IPOs and around 150 FPOs that came to the market during the period 1992-2011
  3. Initial performance (underpricing) of IPOs is studied considering the issue price and different prices (opening, high, low, and closing) on the listing day
  4. Long-run performance of IPOs is studied using event-study methodology; Cumulative Average Abnormal Returns (CAARs) are calculated for up to 5 years (1,250 trading days) starting from the closing price on a listing day
  5. Five different market indices – BSE 100, BSE 200, BSE 500, BSE Sensex, and CNX Nifty have been used to compute abnormal performances – both initial (underpricing) and long-run
  6. The significance of both these returns is tested using a parametric t-test
  7. FPO underpricing is computed using two methods – close-to-offer and offer-to-close; to compute market-adjusted returns BSE 100 and BSE Sensex returns for the same period are used
  8. The significance of FPO underpricing is tested using the same parametric t-test
  9. Abnormal returns using market model surrounding FPO issue opening is computed by taking an event window of 61 days (-30 to +30) with FPO issue opening as 0th day and using an estimation period of 250 (-31 to -280) days
  10. To test the significance of AAR and CAAR during the 61 days event window, the excess returns are standardised before they are aggregated and the standardised aggregates form the basis of the test statistics

His Research Publications are as follows:


 

  1. Kumar, K. R. N., Hawaldar, I. T., & Mallikarjunappa, T. (2018), Windows of Opportunity and Seasoned Equity Offerings: An Empirical Study, Cogent Economics & Finance, 6(1), 1-18
  2. Hawaldar, I. T., Kumar, K.R. N., & Mallikarjunappa, T. (2018), Pricing and Performance of IPOs: Evidence from Indian Stock Market, Cogent Economics & Finance, 6(1), 1-20
  3. Joseph, N. R., Kumar, K. R. N., Lokesh, & Kumar, K. A., (2017), Earnings Information and Stock Market Efficiency, American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS), 31(1), 92-100
  4. Hawaldar, I. T., Rehiman, H. U., Rajesha, T. M., & Kumar, K. R. N. (2017), A Comparison of Financial Performance of Islamic and Conventional Banks in Bahrain, American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS), 33(1), 100-110
  5. Paper titled “Underpricing of IPOs: Indian Evidence” has been published in the edited volume (ISBN: 978-81-923654-0-4) by Bapuji B-Schools, Davangere, Karnataka
  6. The paper titled “Impact of Recession on Primary Market Activities” has been published in the edited volume (ISBN: 978-93-81361-19-1) by Kuvempu University, Shivamogga, Karnataka

 






                                            Sureshramana Mayya, Dean, Poornaprajna Institute of Management



He completed his PhD work on Worker Cooperatives under the guidance of Dr. Yashawantha Dongre of Mysore University.. His publications and other research activities are as follows:

Major Research Projects- Completed as Principal Investigator

Title of Research Project Funding Agency Amount Received Year of Completion
Knowledge, Attitude and Practices towards the use of Computers among Commerce and Management Teachers: a Study in Karnataka (Principal Investigator) UGC, New Delhi 7,45,000 2013
Socio-Economic Status of Beneficiaries of Reservation Quota : A Study of Students of Professional College of Udupi and Dakshina Kannada District ICSSR, New Delhi 2,19,000 2010
Emerging Opportunities for Environmental Auditing: A Study of Large Scale Industries of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi District ICAI, New Delhi 2,53,000 2010
Rural Women and Technology in Karnataka: A Comparative Study of selected Districts in South and North Karnataka DSIR, New Delhi 6,62,000 2009
Total Quality Management in Higher Education: A Study of Karnataka Experiment UGC, New Delhi 2,69,000 2008
Cooperative Transport as an Alternative to Privatization: A Study of Transport Cooperative Society, Koppa UGC, New Delhi 50,000 2000
             

 

 Other Research Projects

Social Capital and Technology, Project sanctioned to TAPMI- worked as Co-evaluator. DSIR, New Delhi - 2006
Socio-Economic Survey of Rural People of Udupi District- Sanctioned to AIM Insights, Mangalore, worked as Associate Director, Udupi District HRD, New Delhi - 1995

Research Publications – National and International

  1. Vishwanath Pai M., Mayya S., Joshi H.G. (2018) An Empirical Study on Characteristics Which Leads to Innovation: With Reference to Information Technology Sector. In: Saini H., Sayal R., Govardhan A., Buyya R. (eds) Innovations in Computer Science and Engineering. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 32. Springer, Singapore (Scopus) Full Book
  2. Impact of various groups of characteristics on innovation: an empirical study with reference to information technology sectorMaimt - Journal of It & Management, Issue 2. (UGC Approved No. 47142)
  3. Ganeshappa, Mayya (Sept 2017), Evaluation of Marketing Facilities: A Case Study, Southern Economist, pp 24-29, Bangalore, ISSN 0038-4046, UGC Number 48269 (Now in the UGC Removed List 853)
  4. Ravi M. N, Mayya.S, Suman, Impact of HRD Practices on Job Satisfaction – A Case Study of Syndicate Bank and Karnataka Bank Ltd,  Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics and Management Vol. 7, No. 9, September 2017, pp. 59-66. ISSN 2249-7307, UGC No. 1260 (Now UGC Removed List No. 22)
  5. Babu S, Mayya S (July 2017) Trend and Magnitude of NPA in Cooperative Bank, International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics & Management, Vol.  7 (2017), ISSUE NO. 07, pp 61-65, (JULY) ISSN 2231-4245
  6. Patwardhan V, Mayya S and Joshi HG (July 2017) Perceived Career Challenges and Response Strategies of Women Managers in Indian Five-Star Hotels: A Mixed-Method Study Int. J. Management Practice, Vol. 10, No. 4, 2017 (Scopus Indexed) Impact Factor .22, pp 380-405, UGC No. 23068, ISSN 1477-9064
  7. Mayya. S, Sudhakar KG (July-December 2016) Financial and Non-Financial Impact on National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme: A Case Study, Anveshana…Search for Knowledge, A. J. Institute of management, Vol 6, Number 2 ISSN 2249-1449
  8. Vinaya. L, Mayya S (March 2016) Is Debt Waiver a Right Solution to Farmer's Suicide? Adarsh Journal of Management Research,  Vol: 9, Issue 1, pp. 52-60, ISSN 0974-7028
  9. Patwardhan V, Mayya S and Joshi HG (July 2016) Women’s Career Success in Indian Five Star Hotels: A Factor Analytic Study of Dimensions of Mobility Pathway, Proceedings of the Seventh Asia-Pacific Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences (AP16 Malaysia Conference) ISBN: 978-1-943579-81-5 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 15-17, July 2016. Paper ID: KL632 1 www.globalbizresearch.org
  10. Gowda. G, Mayya S, (August 2016) Empowering the Small Rubber Growers through Rubber Producers Societies in Non-traditional areas of Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka: An Analysis, PEARL Multidisciplinary Journal, Volume 2, No. 2, ISSN: 2394-0352
  11. Patwardhan V, Mayya S and Joshi HG (July 2016) Barriers to Career Advancement of Women Managers in Indian Five Star Hotels: A Gender Perspective, International Journal of Human Resource Studies ISSN 2162-3058 2016, Vol. 6, No. 2
  12. Southern Economist, Bangalore, Vol 54, No 18, ISSN 0038-4046 (UGC Removed list No. 853)
  13. Gowda, G, Mayya S, (May 2016) Problems and Prospects of Rubber Plantation Industries in Dakshina Kannada District: A Case Study with Reference Harvesting Cost, Indian Journal of Commerce and Management Studies, pp31-35, Volume VII Issue 2, OSSM” 2249-0310. EISSN: 2229-5674, UGC No. 20739 UGC Removed list no. 118)
  14. Gowda. G, Mayya S, (May 2016), A Study of the Growth and Yield of Natural Rubber among he Clones introduced in the Non-traditional Rubber growing areas of Coastal Karnataka, Indo Global Journal of Applied Management Science, Volume 4, Issue 2, ISSN: 2320-7892 (Impact Factor 1.235)
  15. Raveesh K, Mayya S (April 2016) “Role of Rural Self-Employment Training Institutes (RSETIS) in Rural Entrepreneurship Promotion: An Appraisal”, International Journal of Retailing & Rural Business Perspectives, Vol. 5, Number 2, pp 5-12, ISSN (Print): 2279-0934, (Online): 2279-0942
  16. Ganeshappa, Mayya S (March 2016) “Regulated Markets in South Karnataka – An Analysis” Southern Economist, Bangalore, Vol 54, No 21, ISSN 0038-4046 (UGC Removed list No. 853)
  17. Ganeshappa, Mayya S (Jan 2016) “Agriculture in Shimoga District with Reference to Food Crop” Southern Economist, Bangalore, Vol 54, No 18, pp 34-36, ISSN 0038-4046 (UGC Removed list 853)
  18. Babu Suresh, Mayya S (Jan-Feb 2016) “Management of NPA in Selected Co-Operative Banks with Special Reference to D.K. District, Karnataka, India” IRACST – International Journal of Commerce, Business and Management (IJCBM), pp 40-44, ISSN: 2319–2828, Vol. 5, No.1.
  19. Shetty Preetham. & Mayya S (Oct-Dec 2015) A Study on Impact of Industrialization on Agriculture with Reference to Mangalore Taluk, Sumedha Journal of Management, Vol 4, No. 4, pp 101-113, ISSN : 2277-6753
  20. Chethan, Mayya. S (Oct- Dec 2015) Role of Non-Governmental Organization in Rural Development: A Study in Dakshina Kannada District. Sumedha Journal of Management, Vol 4, No. 4, pp 27-38, ISSN : 2277-6753
  21. Pandey P, Mayya S, Joshi, Shivaprasad K (October, 2015) Internet Banking: Adoption among Bank Customers of Dakshina Kannada District, India, Research Journal of Management Sciences, Vol. 4(9), pp 1-9,  ISSN 2319–1171.
  22. Ajaz Ahmed, Mayya S (September 2015) Buying Behaviour and the Perceptions of the Customers of Shopping Malls : A Case Study of Mangalore Region, Research Inventy: International Journal of Engineering And Science, Vol.5, Issue 9, PP -11-15, Issn (e): 2278-4721, Issn (p):2319-6483. (Indexed in ANED – American National Engineering Database)
  23. Patwardhan V, Mayya S and Joshi HG (July-Nov 2015) Determinants of career progression for women in the Hospitality Industry: Reflections of women managers in Five Star hotels in India, African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Vol. 4 (2) - (2015) ISSN: 2223-814X Available here.
  24. Pandey P, Mayya S and Joshi (July 2015)  An Empirical Study Of Adoption Of Internet Banking In Udupi And Manipal City of Karnataka, International Journal of Management, IT & Engineering, Volume 5, Issue 7,  PP 222-230, ISSN: 2249-0558, Impact Factor (IJMIE) 4.297 for 2013 and 5.299 for 2014
  25. Pandey P, Mayya S and Joshi (Nov 2015)  Internet Banking in Dakshina Kannada District- A Customer Behaviour Perspective, Karnataka, SS International Journal of Economics and Management, Volume 5, Issue 6,  ISSN 2231-4970
  26. Pandey P, Mayya S and Joshi (May 2015)  Barriers of Internet Banking Adoption Among Bank Customers of Urban Area of Udupi District, Karnataka, SS International Journal of Economics and Management, Volume 5, Issue 3 ISSN 2231-4962
  27. Pandey P, Mayya S and Joshi (May 2015)  Internet Banking Adoption: An Observation on public sector bank customers, of the urban area of Udupi District, Karnataka, India, Research Journal of Management Sciences, Vol. 4(5), 6-14, ISSN 2319–1171
  28. Pandey P, Mayya S and Joshi (January 2015) Perception of Internet Banking Adoption: A Study on Urban Conglomerates of Udupi District, Karnataka, Asian Journal of Research in Banking and Finance, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 208-216. ISSN 2249-7323, UGC No. 1259
  29. Vinaya L, Mayya S (Jan 2015) The Efficacy of Agricultural Credit Subsidies to Farmers through Co-operatives in Shivamogga District, Journal of Agroecology and Natural Resource Management, Print ISSN: 2394-0786, Online ISSN: 2394-0794, Volume 1, Number 4; pp. 294-298,© Krishi Sanskriti Publications, Cosmos Impact Factor
  30. Patwardhan V, Mayya S and Joshi HG (September 2014) Organizational Role Stress among Managers in the Indian Hospitality Industry, International Journal of Business and Management Invention, Volume 3 Issue 9, PP.13-19, ISSN (Online): 2319 – 8028, ISSN (Print): 2319 – 801X.
  31. Vinaya L, Mayya S (Dec 2014) Rural Credit through Cooperatives in Shimoga District, International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics and Management, Volume No. 4, Issue No. 12, pp 46-48,  No. 12 , ISSN No. 2231-4245
  32. Vinaya L, Mayya S. (Nov 2014) Agricultural credit constraints and distress sales-role of co-operatives in Shivamogga District, International Journal of Marketing, Financial Services & Management Research: Vol.3 (11), ISSN 2277-3622, pp 55-61 Online available at www. indianresearchjournals.com
  33. Pandey P, Mayya S and Joshi (July 2014) An Overview of Internet Banking, Asian Journal of Research in Banking and Finance, ISSN 2249-7323   Vol. 4, No.7, pp. 84-92. UGC No. 1259
  34. Vinaya L, Mayya S (June 2014). Indian Agricultural Credit System Should Focus on “Think Global but Act Local” Policy, Indian Re-Visioning Business Management and Psychology: Ecologies of Local and Global Contexts, Edited Book Chapter, `1Vol. 4 Number 1,  ISBN: 978-93-81505-79-3
  35. Vinaya L, Mayya S. (July 2014) Review of Performance, Magnitude and Growth of Agricultural Credit by Cooperatives in India, Business Sciences International Research Journal: Volume 2, Issue 1, ISSN 2321-3191, pp 67-72 UGC No. 63466
  36. Patwardhan, V, Mayya S and Joshi HG, ( May 2014), Research on Career management Of Women Managers In Hospitality Industry: A Review And Analysis Of Journal Publications Of Twenty Years, Human Resource Reflection Volume 1, Issue 2., pp http://avanseaza.in/volume-1-Issue-may-2014.php ISSN ISSN(Online): 2348-7518
  37. Mayya. S, (2014). Rural Women and Technology in Karnataka: A Comparative Study of selected districts in South and North Karnataka, International Journal of Management, Marketing and HRD, Mumbai, Vol 1, Issue – 7, pp 6-12, ISSN: 2321-8622. UGC Number 64537
  38. Mayya. S, Bharath V and S. Mayya, (2011) "Status and capacity utilization in small- scale industries: A case study of selected Industrial units in Udupi districts", Productivity, New Delhi, Vol 51(1), pp 90-98, April, June, ISSN No. 0032-9924. UGC No. 31809
  39. Mayya, S (2011) TQM in Higher Education: Are Students Customers? SDCM Journal of Management, SD College of Management, Israna, Panipat, Haryana, pp 40-49 ISSN: 0976 - 6596
  40. Mayya, S (July 2010), "Top down approach in TQM: The Case of Tertiary Colleges of Karnataka" in Quality World, Vol. VII Issue-07 July 2010, pp. 12-24, New Delhi.
  41. Mayya, S, (2010) Areca palm leaves boost employment for rural women, Appropriate Technology, Vol 37, No. 4, London, pp 52-53,  (Indexed ISSN 0305-0920 (Print, ISSN 1751-6900 (Online) Scopus Indexed (http://miar.ub.edu/issn/0305-0920)
  42. Mayya, Sureshramana, Integrating New Technology to Commerce Curriculum: How to Overcome Teachers’ Resistance?, Thurkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, TOJET January 2007 ISSN: 1303-6521, pp 8-14,  Volume 6, Issue (cited and indexed in ERIC;Brıtısh Educatıon Index and Australian Education Index) UGC 35230.(Scopus)
  43. Mayya (2006) New Technology and Commerce Education, The Indian Journal of Commerce, Vol 59, No 3 July-September 2006 (Indexed in South and South Eastern Asian Studies (UGC No. 46680),
  44. Mayya Sureshramana (2002) Mysore Kirlosker: Workers’ Alternative to Unemployment, Economic and Political Weekly, May 25-31. UGC No. 12473 (Scopus Indexed)
  45. Ajaz Ahmed, Mayya S (September 2012), Impact of Shopping Malls On The Unorganized Retail Sector: A Case Study of Mangalore Region, Indian Journal of Marketing, (ISSN 0973-8703) Volume 42, Number 9, pp. 31 - 40. (Indexed in Scopus (Elsevier) UGC No. 20802
  46. Ravi, Shetty S, Mayya Sureshramana (2011), Micro-finance as a tool for Rural women empowerment—a case study on women based SHG's of Channarayapatna taluk in Hassan District, Karnataka, India, International Journal of Business Economics and Management Research, Volume 2, Issue 4 (April, 2011) ISSN 2229-4848, an internationally indexed and referred e-journal.
  47. Dongre, Mayya, TCS Koppa – A success story of Workers Cooperative in India. (2000) (Japanese) Journal of Japan Institute of Cooperative Research, Tokyo, No. 98, July   pp 38-41.
  48. Dongre, Mayya, (2000) Kerala Dinesh Beedi: Profile of Leading Worker Cooperatives in India, 8, No 99 (Japanese)
  49. Dongre, Y, Mayya, S (1999): "TCSK - A Beconlight Workers Transport Cooperative Society" Cooperative Perspective, Journal of Cooperative Management, published by Vaikunth Mehta National Institute of Cooperative Management, University Road, Pune 411 007. 33 (4). 51-57.) ISSN: 0302-7767, UGC No. 43493

Publications in Compendium

  1. Ganeshappa, Mayya Sureshramana (September 2015) E-Waste Management, published in the Proceedings of the UGC Sponsored National Conference on E-Waste Management – Challenges and Opportunities, published by Canara College, Mangalore, ISBN – 978-81-927561-5-8
  2. Ganeshappa, Mayya Sureshramana(January 2016) Micro-Finance and Poverty  Alleviation, in Micro Finance: Growth Engine for Rural Economy, pp 100-103 published by Canara College, Mangalore, ISBN – 978-81-927561-6-5
  3. Patwardhan, Vidya and Mayya, Suresh and Joshi, H G (July 2016) Women’s Career Success in Indian Five Star Hotels: A Factor Analytic Study of Dimensions of Mobility Pathway in Proceedings of the Seventh Asia-Pacific Conference on Global Business. Economics, Finance and Social Sciences (API6Malaysia Conference) ISBN:978-1-943579-SI-5 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. 15-17. July 2016. Paper ID: KL632
  4. Pandey. P, Mayya. S, Joshi HG (2015), An empirical study of adoption of internet banking in Udupi and Manipal city of Karnataka, published in   MANEGMA 2015: A One Day National Conference on Recent Advances in IT, Management and Social Sciences held on 23rd April, 2015 at Srinivas Institute of Management Studies, Pandeshwar, Mangaluru, Karnataka, India
  5. Patwardhan , Vidya and Mayya, Suresh and Joshi , H G (2014) Organizational Role Stress among Managers in the Indian Hospitality Industry. In: Global conference on service management. AURO University, Surat, pp. 47-50. ISBN 9788192818924
  6. Vinaya, Mayya S (2014). Indian Agricultural Credit System should focus on “Think Global but Act Local Policy, International Journal of Management and Computing Sciences (IJMCS), Vol. 4 Number 1,  ISSN 2231-3303 (Print Journal)
  7. Mayya, S (2008) Investing in Online Education: Opportunities, Compendium published in connection with National Seminar on the Impact of Technology on Higher Education held on 2nd and 3rd August 2008 by Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Jagarlamudi Kuppuswamy Choudary (Autonomous) College, Guntur-6 pp
  8. Mayya, S (2008). Rescuing Marginalised from Poverty Trap: The Empowerment of Women by Sri Keshthra Dharmsthala Rural Development Project, Karnataka, Compendium published by IGNOU in connection with International Conference on Social Development, Social Movements  and the  Marginalized Perspectives and Concerns held on February 16-19, 2008
  9. Mayya, S, (2007) Edupreneurship: An Analysis of Factors Contributing to the Success of Manipal Experiment, Compendium published by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, The Seventh Biennial Conference on The New Frontiers of Entrepreneurship held during March 21 - 23, 2007, available at http://www.ediindia.org/Creed/S6.html

Publications in Edited Volume

  1. Mayya, S (2016) Indian Worker Cooperatives – the State, legislation and governance, in Governing Cooperatives: The State and Leadership Roles, Editors Yashavantha Dongre, T Paranjyothi and R. Elagngovan, Edited by Vaikunth Mehta National Institute of Cooperative Management, University Road, Pune, pp 48-91, ISBN: 978-93-85456-12-1
  2. Mayya, S , Mayya, Shreemathi (2015) Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Teachers towards Utilizing ICT based Education: Connecting the under connected in Karnataka, Published by Indialogue Foundation, New Delhi, pp 161-167, ISBN: 978-81-931347-0-2
  3. Patwardhan , Vidya and Mayya, Suresh and Joshi, H G (2014) Workplace based Learning and Career Advancement: Viewpoints of Women in Service Organizations in India. In: Let's learn. Bloomsbury, New Delhi, pp. 417-433. ISBN 9789384052225
  4. Mayya S, Ravi MN, Suman Shetty, (2011) Supply Chain Management – A Tool for Corporates to Compete in the Global Market, book entitled Supply Chain Management: Current Scenario, edited by  S. Krishnan, Vinayak Mission University and Dr. N Panchanatham, Professor and Head, Department of Business Administration, Annamali University,
  5. Mayya, S , Mayya, Shreemathi (2009) Changing the Winds of Information Security: Role of Modern Business Organisations, Published in Enterprise Information Systems in 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges, Edited Volume, Edited by Dr. Balram Dogra and others, Deep and Deep Publications Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, pp 580-590, ISBN 978-81-8450-183-4
  6. Mayya Sureshramana, Online Education: Opportunities and Challenges, in Online education and Training, (2005) edited by PT Chaudhari, published by Shree Niwas Publication Jaipur. ISBN:  81-88730-16-5
  7. Mayya Sureshramana (2001): Workers Identity and Social Development through Cooperatives, Cooperatives in the New Millennium, edited by R. Selvaraju, Faculty of Annamalai University. The book is a comprehensive document on the cooperative system in India, and the issues facing them. It provides a fresh perspective on the course of action for the new millennium.  It was published by the Vikas.
  8. Self Employment and Entrepreneurship through Cooperatives: Indian Case Studies, (With Venkatesh, Dongre and Suresh Ramana Mayya) IN “Co-op Youth Participation in the changing Environment”, Ed: Jiro Ito, International Cooperative Alliance, Regional Office for Asia and Pacific, New Delhi, pp 23-43

 Book Published

2005: Prepared a Manual for Marketing for the students of II BBM of Distance Education Wing of Mangalore University. It was prepared both in English and Kannada.
2015: National Seminar on Electronic Transactions and Electronic Evidence: Emerging Issues and Challenges in Cyber SecurityISBN number is 978-93-5212-771-9.

Research Guidance

List of PhD’s Guided and Guiding – Five Awarded

 

  Name of the Scholar Topic Year Remarks
  1.  
Prof. Giridhara Gowda
Principal
NMC, Sullia
Problems and Prospects of Rubber Plantation Industries in Dakshina Kannada District:  An Integrated approach 2014 Awarded
  1.  
M.N Ravi
Faculty
Govt. First Grade College,
Belthangady
An overview of” HRD Practices" in public and private sector Banks in Mangalore Region. 2017 PhD Awarded on 4th July 2017
  1.  
Ajaz Ahmed
Associate Professor of Commerce
Mahaveera College
Moodbidre
Impact of Shopping Malls on Unorganized Retail Sector A Case Study Of Mangalore Region’
 
2016 Awarded
  1.  
Priyanka Pande
Assistant Professor
Department of Commerce
Manipal University
Manipal – 576103 (Manipal University)
Perceived Challenges towards adoption of Internet Banking: A Study of Bank Customers of Urban Conglomerate of Coastal Karnataka (Manipal University) 2012 Awarded
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Ms. Vidya Patawardhan
Associate Professor
Welcome Group School of Hotel Management, Manipal (Manipal University)
Career advancement and challenges of women managers of five - star hotels in India (Manipal University)
 
2012 Awarded

 
 
Working…
 
 

  Name of the Scholar Topic Year Remarks
  1.  
Prof. Ravish Kumar
Principal, Dhavala College
Moodabidri
A study of RUDSET institute entrepreneurship training and development programme - a boon to micro and small enterprise creation with reference to Karnataka 2010 Working
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Ms. Vinaya Aras, Department of Commerce, PESLAMS, Shivamogga, Karnataka Agricultural Credit Management by DCC Bank, Shivamogga 2010 Submitted
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Mr. Vishwanath Pai, Head, Department of Computer Science, MGM College, Udupi Factors influencing Innovation: An empirical study in Information Technology sector (Manipal University) 2013 Submitted
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Ganeshappa, Assistant Professor
Govt. Women’s College, Udupi
Problems and prospects of agriculture: A case study of Shimoga district of Karnataka.  (Bharathiyar University)
 
2013 Working
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Mr. Suresh Babu, Head, Department of PG Studies in Commerce, SDM College, Ujre, Belthangadi Tq. A study on the management of non-performing assets in urban co-operative banks, select public sector and private sector banks with special reference to costal karnataka 2013 Submitted


        List of M.Phil. Students’ Guided – (25 awarded)

 

  Name of the Scholar Topic Year Remarks
  1.  
Mr. Yogesh Pai, B.E, MBA,
Faculty, Manipal Institute of Management, Manipal - 576104
Advertisement Recall: Its Effectiveness in the Marketing of Two Wheelers 2003 First Class
  1.  
Ms. Preeti Rao, MBA,
Faculty,
Srinivasa College of Hotel Management, Mangalore
Cell: 9243302307
Consumer Awareness of Different Insurance Companies: A Study of Dakshina Kannada District 2003 First Class
  1.  
S. Syed Kahdar, M.Com,
Associate Professor in Commerce, Basents Women’s College, Mangalore
Cell: 9449820532
Kolar District is the Plethora of Opportunities for Marketing of fast moving Consumer Goods 2003 First Class
  1.  
Mr. Sanath Bhaskar, MHM,
Faculty, Department of Management, Srinivas Institute of Management, Mangalore  Cell: 9886098321
Learning Style and its Implications: A Study of Management Students
 
2004 First Class
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Dr. Umesh Mayya
Assistant Professor,
Govt First Grade Women's College, Ajjarakadu, Cell:9945670927
A Study on Socio-economic Status of the VRS Optees - With   reference to Udupi District 2005 Second Class
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Dr. Bharath, M.Com,
Director
Poornaprajna Institute of Management, Udupi – 576 102
Status of Small and Medium Enterprises – Capacity Utilisation in Small-Scale Industries 2005 Second Class
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Prof.  K. Giridhara Gowda, Principal,
Nehru Memorial College, Kurunjibagh Post, Sullia, D.K. Pin 574327
A Study on the Overall Working of Karnataka Forest Development Corporation Limited – Rubber wing, Sullia – D.K. 2005 First Class
  1.  
Mr. Gunakara, 
Associate Professor in Commerce, Pompeii College, Aikala, Dakshina Kannada District
Women Cooperatives in D.K District: Their Socio-Economic Contributions 2007 Second Class
  1.  
Mrs, Vidyavathi
Assistant Professor,
W. G. S. H. M,  Valley View, Manipal -576 104
Human Resource Management in College Libraries
in Udupi District: A Study
2005 First Class
  1.  
Ms. Hemalatha, M.Com,
Lecturer, Govt. PU College, Kaup, Udupi District
Stress Management among Working Women: A Study of Udupi Taluk 2008 Second Class
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Ms. Nethra , M.Com
Faculty, Shankranarayana Govet Junior College
Shankaranarayana
The Attitude and Behaviour of Working Women towards Cosmetics: A Study of Udupi District 2008 Second Class
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Mr. Lavin, MHRM,
Udupi District
A Study of Team Orientation among Nursing College Faculty 2003 Second Class
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Maruthi. S. M,
Lecturer in Commerce,
Government First Grade College,
Shankaranarayana, Udupi District
Management of Funds in Consumer Cooperatives: A Study of Udupi District 2008 Second Class
  Name of the Scholar Topic Year Remarks
  1.  
Lakshmi Ranganatha R
Assistant Professor in Commerce
Government First Grade College, Shankaranarayana,
Udupi District – 576227
Phone: 08259-280363
A Study of Marketing Strategies of Banks: A Case Study of Syndicate Bank. 2008 Second Class
  1.  
Rajesh Naik,
Assistant Professor in Commerce
Government First Grade College, Shankaranarayana,
Kundapur Taluk - 576227
Pricing, Returns and Competition in Cellular Telephone Service: A Study with reference to Kundapur Taluk 2008 Second Class
  1.  
Dayananda Pai
Principal
Pre-University College,
Katpadi
Cell: 9449820532
Empowering Poor Communities in Coastal Karnataka: A Case of Sri Keshthra Dharmasthala Rural Development Project 2008 Second Class
  1.  
Mrs. Jyothi,
Associate Professor in Secretarial Practice, Cross Land College,
Bramhavar
Phone: 2561538
E-Mail: jpjyothi2002@yahoo.co.in
Employee Satisfaction among Bank Employees: A Study of Syndicate Bank 2006 Second Class
  1.  
Priya,
W/o Lakshmana Probhu, KMC Quarters, Manipal - 576104
A Study of Loans and Advances of SBI, Pollachi
(Madhurai Kamraja University)
2008 First Class
  1.  
Mrs. Jayalakshmi,
Assistant Professor in Commerce,
Poornaprajna College, Udupi
A Study of HRD Practices Prevailing in First Grade College of Udupi District 2008 First Class
  1.  
Mrs. Ashalatha
Assistant Professor in Commerce, Government First Grade College, Koppa
Problems and Prospectus of Cashew Industry: A Study of Udupi District 2008 Second Class
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Mr. Sudhakara,
Assistant Professor, Govt First Grade College, Thirthahalli
Indira Gandhi Rozgar Yojana: An Evaluative Study of Karkala Taluk (Kannada University, Hampi) 2011 First Class
  1.  
Ms. Pushpalatha D,
Assistant Professor, Pompi College, Aikala
Krishi Vidhana Matthu Vyastheyalli Krishi Sahakari Byankugala Pathra: Mangaloor Ayada Bankugala adhyayana (Kannada University, Hampi 2011 First Class
  1.  
Mrs. Susheela Shetty, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Milagris College, Bramavara (Rtd) The Decline of Paddy Cultivation and its Social and Economic Impact on the people of Udupi District (Kannada University, Hampi) 2012 First Class
  1.  
Preethu Shetty, Badriya Junior College, Mangalore Kreshiya Mele Kaigareekaranada Prabhave: Mangaloor Taluukina ondu Adhyayana (Kannada University, Hampi) 2013 First Class
  1.  
Chethan Shettigar
Mangalore
Grameenabhivrudhiyalli Sarkarethara Samsthegala Pathra: Dakshina Kannada Jilleya Ondu Adhyayana (Kannada University, Hampi) 2013 First Class