Dr. Suman Chakraborty

Associate Professor

department of commerce

Qualification: Academic Coordinator

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Dr. Suman Chakraborty has over 19 years of experience in teaching and research in India. He received the Master of Commerce in Business Finance (M.Com) and Master of Finance and Control (M.F.C.) from the Jodhpur University, India, in 1997 and 2001 respectively. He has received his Ph.D. degree in Finance from Utkal University, India, in 2015. He has joined Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), Department of Commerce as an Associated Professor in August’2017. Before joining MAHE, he has worked as Head of Commerce Department, Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, Bangalore. Dr. Chakraborty’s research areas are Corporate Finance, Firm Performance and Firm Valuations, Project Valuations, Capital Structure, Firm Financing, Money and Capital Markets. He has contributed scholarly articles in leading national and international journals on Personal finance, Corporate Dividend Policy, Asset Liability Management in Banks etc. Dr. Chakraborty has presented several papers in National and International conferences. His teaching interests are in Financial markets, Investment analysis and portfolio management, Financial derivatives and Corporate finance. Dr. Chakraborty has been nominated as Academic Coordinator in the Department of Commerce.

     

     

     

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
Financial Accounting BBA 105 Sem I
Entrepreneural Finance BBA 365 Sem V
Corporate Financial Strategy MCM PR 718 Sem IV
Financial Economics I MFE 606 Sem I
Financial Mathematics MFE 608.1 Sem I
Financial Management BBA 207 Sem VI

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
B.Com Commerce Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur 1995
M.Com Commerce Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur 1997
M.F.C Financial Analysis and Control Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur 2001
Certified Investment Analyst and Portfolio Management Financial Market National Stock Exchange, India 2011
Ph.D Commerce Utkal University, Bhubaneswar 2015
Cost and Economics in Pricing Strategy Economics University of Virginia and BCG through Coursera 2018
Financial Markets (Honors) Finance Yale University offered through Coursera 2018

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Department of Commerce, MAHE Associate Professor Academic Coordinator 1.6 Years
Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, Bangalore Head - Department of Management & Commerce 2.5 Years
BIITM Business School, Bhubaneswar Associate Professor Academic Coordinator 1.4 Years
Gandhi Business School, Bhubaneswar Assistant Professor & HOD (MBA) 3.11 Years
ICFAI Business School, Dehradun Senior Lecturer 2.9 years
School of Management, KIIT Senior Lecturer 2.2 Years
Globsyn Business School, Kolkata Lecturer 1.4 Years
Kothari College of Management Science and Technology, Indore Lecturer 1.8 Years

A Study on Determinants of Dividend payouts in the Auto Ancillary Sector in India

2016-01-06

International conference on “Advances in Collaborative Research for Business, Economics, Social Science and Humanities", University of Mysore, June’ 2016

Performance Evaluation of Equity Diversified Mutual Fund Schemes

2016-01-06

International conference on “Advances in Collaborative Research for Business, Economics, Social Science and Humanities", University of Mysore, June’ 2016

Determinants of Profitability of Private Banks in India – A Multivariate Analysis

2016-01-08

National Conference On “Development Prospects of Indian Economy”, University of Mysore, August’ 2016

An Empirical Study on Profitability of Pharmaceutical Companies Listed with National Stock Exchange

2016-01-08

National Conference On “Development Prospects of Indian Economy”, University of Mysore, August’ 2016.

An Empirical Study on Working Capital Management of Cement Industries

2016-01-08

National Conference on “Development Prospects of Indian Economy”, University of Mysore, August’ 2016

Strategic Marketing of Clinical Premises Based on Perceived Risk of Non-Communicable Diseases: A Study of Kolkata

2018-27-09 Ganguly

First International Conference on Commerce and Pharma Management, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, 27 and 28 Sept’ 2018

First International Conference on Commerce and Pharma Management, Manipal Academy of Higher Education

2018-27-09

Chair, Technical Committee, First International Conference on Commerce and Pharma Management, Manipal Academy of Higher Education in association with Deaken University, Australia, 27 and 28 Sept’ 2018, (32 attendees)

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Financial Markets, and Corporate Finance

Area of Expertise

Fundamental Analysis of Stocks and Bonds; Portfolio Analysis and Mutual funds; Business Valuations; Corporate Finance; Financial Statement Analysis; Investment Banking and Financial Services

Area of Research

Anomalies of Stock Market; Mutual funds Performance Evaluation; Valuation of Business; Behavioral Finance

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

I have successfully organized with my team members a two-day workshop on the topic “International Financial Reporting System and it’s implication in India – 2015”, while working with Ramaiah University in Bangalore.  I have also regularly organized guest lecturer sessions for Post graduate students. More than 20 post graduate students successfully completed their summer internship research projects, group and individual dissertation under my guidance during 2015 to 2017. I was instrumental in designing vocational skill development program in the area of “Accounting and Logistics” for under-graduate students.

 

Work Experience

Organisation Role Tenure
Indian Motor Parts Accessories Ltd, (TVS group) Commercial Officer 1.1 years
Reliance Petroleum Limited (RPL), Jamnagar, Gujarat Officer Trainee 1 Year

Evidence of Household Saving Objectives – A Demographical Comparison

2013-01-10 Digal. S

Chakraborty. S. & Digal. S. (2015), “Empirical Evidence of Household Saving Objectives – A Demographical Comparison”, Indian Journal of Finance, October 2013, ISSN: 0973-8711, Issue. Vol. 9 No. 10, pp36-47. (Scopus Indexed).

Analysis of Investment Pattern of Mutual Funds Investors – An Empirical Study in Orissa

2013-01-04 Digal S

GITAM Journal of Management, April 2013, ISSN: 0972-740X, Issue. Vol. 11 No. 2, pp192-207

Behavioural Analysis of Retail Investor’s Investment Pattern: A Study of Berhampur City, Orissa

2013-01-06 Mishra. A.K

BIITM Business Review, June 2013, ISSN: 2250-1533, Vol. 4 (1), pp5-18

Securitization in India: A Strategic Tool for Competitiveness

2013-01-03 Digal. S

Indian Journal of Applied Research, March’2013, Vol. 3, No. 3, March 2013, ISSN: 2249-5555, pp29-32

A Study of Saving and Investment Behaviour of Individual Households

Digal S

TIJ's Research Journal of Economics & Business Studies, ISSN: 2251-1555. Vol 2, No 1, pp29-32

An Empirical Study of Asset Liability Management Approach by Indian Banks

Mohapatra. S

ICFAI Journal of Bank Management, ISSN: 0972-6918, Vol. VIII, Nos. 3 & 4, pp. 7-13

Entrepreneurship in Brahmapur: A Small Step Approach towards Institutional Change

Journal of Business Management, Commerce & Research, September’2013, ISSN: 2319-250X, pp30-36

Recovery Procedures & NPA management – A Study on Indian banks

Chakraborty S

Professional Bankers, July’2009, Vol. IX, Issue-7, ISSN: 0972-5121, pp.49-53.

Core Banking Solutions: Perform or Perish

Mohapatro, S

Professional Banker Aug’2008, Vol. VIII, Issue 8, ISSN: 0972-5121, pp.21-24

Foreign Investment in India: The ADR Route

Portfolio Organizer, June’2007, ISSN: 0972-5113, Vol. VIII, Issue VI, pp.46-58

IUP on Indian Financial Markets: Regulatory Developments

Publisher: ICFAI University Press, EAN No: 9788131414347

Psychological Factors Contributing to the Financial Well-Being of an Individual: A Review of Empirical Literature

2017-01-10 Shobha T. S

Indian Journal of Finance, Oct’2017, ISSN: 0973-8711 pp.51-66 (Scopus Indexed)

Trend of Retail Participation in Mutual Fund: A Cushion against Market Volatility

2015-01-09

Chakraborty. S. & Digal. S. (2015), “Trend of Retail Participation in Mutual Fund: A Cushion against Market Volatility”, MSRUAS Journal of Management and Commerce. September 2015, Issue, Vol,2, No 2, pp24-29.

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

2018-13-11 Dividend pay-outs, Finanace, Auto componenets Shenoy. Sandeep Subrahmanya Kumar N

Investment Management and Financial Innovation, ISSN: 1812-9358, Vol: 15, Issue 4, pp 356-366.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10. 21511/imfi.15(4).2018.29 (Scopus Indexed Journal).

A Factorial Evaluation of Commuter's Satisfaction on Urban Mobility –An Indian Perspective

2018-20-11 Commuter's Satisfaction, Urban Mobility Raghavendra A Sengupta

Prabandhan - Indian Journal of Management, ISSN: 0975-2854, Vol. 11 No. 11, pp7-20 (Scopus Indexed Journal).

An Empirical Study of Clearing and Forwarding Agent’s Expectations and Satisfaction On Service Quality of Ports and Forwarding Agents - An Investigation in The Indian Context

2018-21-10 Clearing and Forwarding Agent’s, Service Quality of Ports Geetha. E

JARDCS, ISSN: 1943-023X, Vol:10, issue 8, pp 116-123. (Scopus Indexed Journal).

A Factorial Analysis of Information Ratio and Its Causal Effect On Yearly Return of Net Asset Value – A Study of Indian Equity Diversified Mutual Fund Scheme

2018-17-09 Factorial Analysis, Net Asset Value Satish Lobo. S

International Journal of Information and Technology, ISSN: 2227-524X, Vol 7 (4.36) (2018) pp707-712, DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.36.24227 (Scopus Indexed Journal)

A Study On Fundamental Parameters And The Return Reversal Effect

To analyse the effect on profitability and generating positive future cash flows, news accounting variables will be considered as independent variables. Based on the previous empirical findings, following are such few variables such as, ROCE, CFO, change in ROCE, Cash flow minus profit, change in financial gearing, change in Liquidity, equity issues, change in assets, change in trading margin, change in asset turnover will be considered. To explore which fundamental factor influence the share prices to deviate from intrinsic value at times or neglect. The study would conclude on how well the independent (accounting variables) or predictor variables predict the dependent variable (positive future cash inflows).

Impact of Economic Value Added on Financial Performance on selected listed companies

This study has done extensive reveiw of literature on categories of mutual fund schemes and its performance evaluation techniques. Study conducted a detail analysis of Investment profiles of selected schemes with respect to their Growth in asset under management (AUM); expenses ratio; risk adjusted rate of return; Turnover ratio; information ratio and other risk and return measures vis-à-vis with market portfolio. Factors which influence the performance of selected Indian funds has been explored. Price volatility of invested companies and its correlation with net asset value has been established with the selected sample. The study concluded on the performance evaluation of mutual fund schemes along with interpretation on the comparison with benchmark index.

A Study On Fundamental Parameters And The Return Reversal Effect

2015-17-05 Ms Anusha P T

To analyze the effect on profitability and generating positive future cash flows, news accounting variables will be considered as independent variables. Based on the previous empirical findings, following are such few variables such as, ROCE, CFO, change in ROCE, Cash flow minus profit, change in financial gearing, change in Liquidity, equity issues, change in assets, change in trading margin, change in asset turnover will be considered. To explore which fundamental factor influence the share prices to deviate from intrinsic value at times or neglect. The study would conclude on how well the independent (accounting variables) or predictor variables predict the dependent variable (positive future cash inflows).

A Review of Performance Indicators of Selected Mutual Funds in India

2015-17-05 Mr. Syed Y

This study has done extensive review of literature on categories of mutual fund schemes and its performance evaluation techniques. Study conducted a detail analysis of Investment profiles of selected schemes with respect to their Growth in asset under management (AUM); expenses ratio; risk adjusted rate of return; Turnover ratio; information ratio and other risk and return measures vis-à-vis with market portfolio. Factors which influence the performance of selected Indian funds has been explored. Price volatility of invested companies and its correlation with net asset value has been established with the selected sample. The study concluded on the performance evaluation of mutual fund schemes along with interpretation on the comparison with benchmark index. Study Identified and analyzed the causal effect of Marco-economic variables on performance of selected mutual fund schemes.

Impact of Economic Value Added on Financial Performance on selected listed companies

2014-19-05 Mr. Thrived

This study has been conducted by collecting data from the annual reports of banks, textbooks, journals and internet search engines for this study. Correlation analysis and regression analysis has been used to find out the significant relationship between EVA and financial performance and the significant of impact on EVA on financial performance of the selected listed companies. As per the previous literature study, it has been evident that some studies find no significant positive relationship between value EVA and ROI, ROA and liquid assets or liabilities, but other studies evidenced strong positive relationship. This study explored significantly influential variables which can impact EVA

An Empirical Study of Clearing and Forwarding Agent’s Expectations and Satisfaction On Service Quality of Ports and Forwarding Agents - An Investigation in The Indian Context

2018-22-11 Ms. Akshatha

Procedures of import-export in India are very intricate and time-consuming. So, every importer or the Exporter will avail the amenities of carry and forwarding agents; who are knowledgeable in the customs and shipment processes. The Shipping Industry of India plays a critical role in Indian economy by contributing towards national and international transportation of consignments. Lack of smooth flow of documentation process was also found to be contributing factor to the delay in the clearance of goods. Number of custom official deployed at the verification section would not match the demand of the work. The main purpose of this research is to identify the problems faced by the carrying and forwarding agents with reference to Mangalore sea port, Karwar port and Cochin port.

A Study on Challenges Faced by Small Enterprise in Procedural Aspect of GST-With Reference to Udupi District

2018-22-11 Ms. Melisha

The study undertaken to explore the answer of following questions. These questions are one of the most relevant in today’s time especially after the implementation of GST in India. A) Which would answer the question as to whether the GST is contributing in increasing the efficiency of government in terms of the revenue? B) What are the problems faced by the small organizations in the procedural aspect of GST? C) What are the factors that influence small organizations in implementing GST? In this study attempt made to know the concept of the GST and whether it has increased the efficiency of the Governments in terms of the revenue collection and whether it is an effective decision undertaken by the Indian Government.

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