ARPIT Refresher Course In Commerce

By Dr. C. S. Sharma, Dr. C.S.Sharma   |   SHRI RAM COLLEGE OF COMMERCE (University of Delhi), Shri Ram College of Commerce
Learners enrolled: 6833

In pursuance of the philosophy that Refresher Courses should focus on personal and professional growth of teachers of Institutions of Higher Learning the current Refresher Course in Commerce is designed to provide the faculty members an exposure about the latest developments in the frontiers of knowledge in the subjects spanning the field of commerce. Also it will focus on certain aspects of research methodology besides the tools, techniques and approaches for managing the class room environment and pedagogy.


1.         All teachers in Commerce/Management Discipline    
      working in Institutions of Higher Learning (including Temporary/Adhoc/Contract)

2.         Research Scholars


  • Introducing participants to fast emerging areas that require further research
  • Familiarising participants with topics with futuristic strategic significance
  • Introducing Qualitative Research Methods
  • Learning to Manage Changing  Classroom Environment
  • Managing self and Student Communication
  • Learning Case Study Method of Teaching
  • Understanding Financial Modelling through Computer Simulation
  • Appreciating Artificial Intelligence in Commerce and Business


The 40 hours course will be delivered through video lectures and reading materials of twenty hours each.

Course Status : Completed
Course Type : Core
Duration : 16 weeks
Category :
  • Annual Refresher Programme in Teaching (ARPIT)
Level : Continuing Education
Start Date : 01 Sep 2019
End Date : 15 Jan 2020
Exam Date : 16 Feb 2020 IST

Note: This exam date is subjected to change based on seat availability. You can check final exam date on your hall ticket.

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Course layout

Week 1:

·      Behavioural Finance (Part A)

·      Behavioural Finance (Part B)

Week 2:

·       Spiritual Leadership (Part A)

·      Spiritual Leadership (Part B)

·      Revised SA 700 Series:

Improving Communicative Value of Audit Reports

Week 3:

·      Managing Classroom Diversity (Part A)

·      Managing Classroom Diversity (Part B)

Week 4:

·      International Financial Reporting Standards (Part A)
International Financial Reporting Standard (Part B)
Social Stock Exchange

Week 5:

·      Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Part A)

·      Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Part B)

Week 6:

·      Contemporary Issues in Income Tax (Part A)

·      Contemporary Issues in Income Tax (Part B)    

·       Tax Planning for Salaried Class

Week 7:

·      Entrepreneurship and University Based Incubators (Part A)

·      Entrepreneurship and University Based Incubators (Part B)

Week 8:

·      Account Based B2B Marketing

·      M & A in Second Gilded Age

·      Limited Liability Partnership

Week 9:

·      Case Study Methods (Part A)

·      Case Study Methods (Part B)

Week 10:>

·      Competition and Business Warfare (Part A)

·      Competition and Business Warfare (Part B)

·      Competition and Business Warfare (Part C)

Week 11:

·      Cognitive Biases in Decision Making (Part A)

·      Cognitive Biases in Decision Making (Part B)

Week 12:

·     GST -  Revolutionary Change in Indirect Taxation

·      International Taxation

Week 13:

·      Introduction to Qualitative Research

·      Interpretive Structure Modelling (Part A)

·      Interpretive Structure Modelling (Part B)

Week 14:

·        Financial Modelling (1 Hour)

·        Developing Students’ Communication Skills

Week 15:

·      Industry 4.0

·      Artificial intelligence in Business

Week 16:

·      Building Resilience among Teachers

·      Cooperative Business Model

*Part is equivalent to 30 Mins Lecture

Instructor bio

Dr C. S. Sharma is a distinguished educator with broad experience of 38 years in India and overseas in teaching, program development (including enriched digital content), institution building, financial performance and business development. Author of eleven books and Forty-three research papers, with publications on topics like Fuzzy Financial Ratios, Mergers and Acquisitions, Servant Leadership, Spirituality, Green Purchasing Intentions, Default Probability, Trust etc. He has acted in a consultative capacity to corporations, renowned institutions of higher learning, and is a sought - after speaker notably in research methodology, human behaviour and finance. Currently, engaged in teaching at SRCC, earlier he was Director at Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies and JRE Group of Institutions. He has conducted numerous workshops and training programmes at Institutions like Punjab Police Academy, Ramanujan College-DU, CPDHE-Delhi University, Academic staff College- Guru Jambheshwar University, MDU Rohtak, Manav Rachna University etc. Also, he was Director of the Induction Programmes conducted by Teaching Learning Centre , sponsored by Ministry of HRD at Ramanujan College, University of Delhi.

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