Staff Profiles



Mrs. Sneha S. Rai
Email id: sneharai@sjcc.edu.in







Qualification

MSc (Mathematics),PGDCA,MBA

Work Experience

St. Joseph’s College of Commerce, Bangalore (from 2007 till date)
Miranda Institute of Management Studies, Bangalore (2000-2007)
St. Agnes College, Mangalore (1996-1999)

National Seminars attended

UGC sponsored two day state level seminar on “ STATISTICAL METHODS FOR PRACTICE” held on 30th and 31st August 2013 at St. Agnes College, Mangalore
Two days national conference on “Challenges & Opportunities for Sustainability & Inclusive Growth in the Emerging Business Environment” conducted on 8th and 9th March, 2013 at St. Joseph’s College Of Business Administration, Bangalore
Management Development Programme-Workshop on “Writing Research Paper of International Standards”, 19th August 2011 at Indian Academy, School of Management Studies.
One day workshop on “ Differential Equations and Applications” held on 27th March 2008 at Department of Mathematics, Government Science College, Bangalore. National Conference on “ Quality Management and Competitive Benchmarking Issues” held on January 3rd & 4th at Rajagiri School of Management, Kochi.

Brief summary of career

She completed M.Sc., in Mathematics and PGDCA (Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications) from the Mangalore University. She completed her MBA from Annamalai University. Her main area of interest in mathematics is graph theory and operations research.She qualified the UGC NET examination in Management in June 2012. After her studies she opted for teaching as her profession, and in 1995 she joined St Agnes College, Mangalore as a lecturer and worked there for a period of four years. She continued her teaching profession in Miranda Institute of Management Studies, Bangalore for a period of seven years where she headed the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. She joined SJCC in June 2007 as a a full time faculty. She has been teaching Mathematics, Operations Research and Statistics for both undergraduate and post graduate students. Her methodology of teaching and approach to the subject has been appreciated by the students and enabled them to learn Mathematics with ease. She places great value on student satisfaction and conducts remedial classes for students. Every year she takes up the responsibility of co-ordinating the Bridge Course for the newly admitted students. At present she is the Governor of the Students Council at St. Joseph’s College of Commerce (Autonomous)