Dr. Subrahmanya Kumar N

Assistant Professor – Selection Grade

Coordinator - Centre for Advanced Learning in Finance and Accounting

department of commerce

Qualification: Ph.D (Finance), M.Phil (Finance), MBA (Financial Management)


    Subrahmanya Kumar N. is currently working as Assistant Professor (Selection Grade). He joined Department of Commerce in 2016 with 10 years of experience in academia teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students in Business Administration domain. He handles the courses in Corporate Finance and Financial Markets.

    He is the coordinator of Centre for Advanced Learning in Finance & Accounting (CALFA) and an active member of the academic coordination team in the department. He is also appointed as Block Warden for the students of our department residing in the hostels.

    He has recently submitted his doctoral thesis titled Efficiency and Stock Price Behaviour of Scheduled Commercial Banks in India: An Analysis to Mangalore University for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration


Subject Semester / Year
Financial Management III Sem
Security Analysis and Valuation V Sem
Advanced Financial Management IV Sem
Mutual Funds and Risk Management VI Sem


Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Corporate Finance Mangalore University 2022
Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) Financial Management Annamalai University 2009
Master of Business Administration (MBA) Financial Management Mangalore University 2005


Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Department of Commerce, MAHE, Manipal Assistant Professor Selection Grade Teaching, Research and Admin Currently working
Srinivas Institute of Management Studies Assistant Professor Delivering Letures/Teaching Master of Business Administration Students, Carrying out research activities, student activities as the Coordinator of MBA programme 9 Year 10 Months
Department of Business Administration, Mangalore University Guest Lecturer Delivering lectures/Teaching for Tourism Administration Students 1 Year


Area of Interest

Security Analysis and Valuation, Asset Pricing, Market Volatility, Efficiency of Banks, and Market Efficiency

Area of Expertise

Corporate Finance, Financial Markets, Efficiency of Firm

Area of Research

Efficiency of Banks, Financial Markets, Corporate Finance

Empirical evidence on the determinants of dividend pay-outs in the auto components sector in India

2018 Subrahmanya Kumar N Suman Chakraborty Sandeep S. Shenoy

Investment Management and Financial Innovations, 15(4), 356-366. doi:10.21511/imfi.15(4).2018.29 (Scopus Indexed)

Payments transition in India – consumer preferences and policy shifts

2018 Subrahmanya Kumar N Puttanna K

Banks and Bank Systems, 13(4), 17-30. doi:10.21511/bbs.13(4).2018.02 (Scopus Indexed)