St Philomena College was founded in 1958 by Msgr Fr Antony Patrao, a missionary, who conscientiously believed that education was the best means of empowerment. His conviction that the religious, spiritual, social and economic interest of the students could be best served through education made this region an educational hub. Even in the nascent stages of its growth the College showed all the signs of becoming a centre of excellence. A fully fledged centre of excellence is yet to be realized, but efforts towards this end have not ceased.
St Philomena College Post Graduate Library was established in 2011-2012. Post Graduate Centre is offering seven P.G Courses. They are MSW, M.Com. M.Sc. (Physics), M.Sc. (Mathematics), M.Sc. (Computer Science) and M.A (Economics).
The Library functions from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm on all working days (Monday to Friday) and on Saturday from 8.30 am to 2.00pm.
Library is located on ground floor of the P.G building in a 3353.59Sq.Ft/311.67Sq.Mt. area with good lighting and ventilation. At present we have total collection of more than 8480+ books. We follow Dewey decimal classification system.
|Sl No||Type of Document||Numbers|
|Number of Books||8480+|
|Number of Titles||4734|
|2||Thesis and Dissertations||235+|
|4||Bound Volumes of Journals||212+|
|5||Non Book Materials||190+|
Faculty Members, Research Scholars, Students of Post-Graduate Departments and Administrative Staff of the College are members of the library. Each member is issued with a membership card and borrowers tickets as per their eligibility given below.
|Post Graduate Student||03+01|
Library Provides Open Access System: System used in the library is open access. Students/Staff can go directly to the racks and select the book of their choice.
Those outsiders such as alumni/staff/ other than regular members who are willing to borrow books from P.G library are requested to get permission letter from chairman.
The computerized Library services made available with full fledged computer facility from the academic year 2014-2015 with the purchase of the multi user ‘E–LIB’ software. All the in-house activities of the library like accessing and cataloguing, member’s data, circulation service, serial control and report generation etc were computerized.
|Sl No||Periodical Title||Periodicity||Subject||Type||Language|
|1||Deeksha- Journal of Social work||Bi-annual||
|2||Rajagiri Journal of Social Development||Bi-annual||Regional||English|
|3||Indian Journal of Social Work||Bi-annual||National||English|
|4||Niratanka-Samajakaryada hejjegalu||Quarterly||National||English & Kannada|
|6||Social Action (HY)||Bi-annual||National||English|
|7||IUP Journal of Financial Risk Management||Quarterly||
|8||IUP Journal of bank Management||Quarterly||National||English|
|9||IUP Journal of Applied Finance||Quarterly||National||English|
|10||IUP Journal of Account Research||Quarterly||National||English|
|11||Indian Journal of Commerce and Management Studies||Quarterly||National||English|
|12||Pramana- Journal of Physics||Monthly||
|13||Indian journal of pure and applied physics||Monthly||National||English|
|14||Journal of the Ramanujan Mathematical Society||Quarterly||
|15||American Journal of Mathematical Science||Bi annual||International||English|
|16||Indian Journal of Information and Computer Science technology||Bi-annual||
|17||International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and technology||Bi-annual||International||English|
|19||Arthashastra : IJER||Fortnightly||National||English|
|20||Indian Journal of economics: Policy in emerging economics||Bi-annual||National||English|
|22||Resonance Journal of Science Education||Monthly||
|26||AIMS Journal of Research||Bi-annual||Management||Regional||English|
|Sl No||Periodical Title||Periodicity||Type||Language|
|4||Tell me why||Monthly||National||English|
|5||Electronics for You||Monthly||National||English|
|8||Times of India||English|
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LIST OF DOCUMENTS DISPLAYED IN COMMERCE LABORATORY
II. Accounting Vouchers (All) and Computerized accounting manuals;
III. Auditing (All Forms/Formats/Challans)
VII. Partnership Business related document copies(all)
VIII. Joint stock Company (All Formats/Certificates/Documents)
XII. Foreign trade (export and import documents- All Forms/Formats/Challans)
XIII. Protection of Consumer rights (All forms and documents)
XIV. Tours and travel documents (All forms/formats)
XV . Transport and ware-house documents (all).
XVI. Small Business registration documents.
XVII. Marketing and Advertising brochures/pamphlets/documents.
XVIII. Legal documents and Acts copies, including Right to Information Act.
XIX. Annual Reports/Annual Accounts Reports of Companies.
(The above list is not an exhaustive one and the Department of Commerce of each College should obtain more latest business related documents and display them in the laboratory).
1.Large rooms accommodating 60 students
2.Medium rooms accommodating 30 students
3.Small rooms accommodating 15 students
4.Separate rooms for specialization subject accommodating 6 students
Conference Hall accommodating 50+ persons
Sept. 23-26, Mangalore University Inter Collegiate Football Tournament
PG Dept of Economics Recorded Cent Percent in University Examinations
M.Sc Computer Science : 100% Result for II and IV semester
Admissions to PG Courses