Checkt out few well recognised Commerce Colleges in Bangalore


  • Central College – Near Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore
  • Maharani’s Arts & Commerce College for Women – Near Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore
  • Government R C College – Near Basaveshwara Circle, Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore
  • Lalbahdur Shastri Government First Grade College Ganganagar
  • Government Arts, Commerce & Science College – Vijayanagar
  • Government First Grade CollegeKrashnarajapurum
  • Dr. S. Gopalaraju Government First Grade College – Anekal


  • Vijaya College – Basavanagudi
  • Mount Carmel Women College – Palace Road
  • M.E.S. College of Arts, Science & Commerce – Malleshwaram
  • Jagadguru Renukacharya College
  • Acharya Pata Shala College – N R Colony
  • Acharya Pata Shala Evening College – N R Colony
  • S. Nijalingappa College – Rajajinagar, 2nd Block
  • Dayananda Sagar College – Kanakapura Road
  • B.M.S. College for Women – Basavanagudi
  • Jyothinivas College – Koramangala
  • S.L.N. College – Fort, Chamarajapet
  • Visveswarapuram College – K R Road, V V Puram
  • Visveswarapuram Evening College – K R Road, V V Puram
  • Al Ameen College
  • Crist College – Hosur Road
  • B.E.S. College of Arts & Commerce –  Jayanagar
  • Maharani Laxmi Ammanni Women’s College
  • St, Joseph’s Commerce College – Residency Road
  • St. Joseph‘s Evening College – Residency Road
  • Seshadripuram College – Seshadripuram
  • Seshadripuram Evening College – Seshadripuram
  • N.M.K.R.V. First Grade College for Women – Jayanagar
  • Bhagirathi Bai Narayan Rao Manay College for Women – Banashankari 2nd stage
  • Hasnath First Grade College for women – dickonson Road
  • Hasnath First Grade College for Boys – Shivajinagar
  • Abbas khan College for Women
  • Vidyavardhaka Sangha First Grade College – Basaveshwaranagar, 2nd Block
  • Dr. Ambedkar College – Indiranagar, HAL 2nd stage
  • Bharathiya Samskriti Vidya Peeta College for Women – Vijayanagar
  • P.E.S. College – Hanumanthanagar
  • Vivekananda First Grade College – Rajajinagar
  • Basaveswara College – Rajainagar, 2nd Block
  • S.M.K.R.V. College – J. P. Nagar
  • Vasavi Vidyaniketan College for Women – Vanivilas Road, Basavanagudi
  • B.E.S. Evening College – Jayanagar
  • RBANMS First Grade College
  • Bhagwan Buddha First Grade College – Binny Layout, Vijayanagar
  • Veerendra Patil First Grade College – Rajamahalvilas, Sadashivanagar
  • Malleshwaram Women’s Association First Grade College – Malleshwaram


  • Vijaya Evening College – Basavanagudi
  • Dayananda Evening College of Arts and Commerce – V V Puram
  • Ambedkar Evening College – Indiranagar, HAL 2nd stage
  • Vasavi Jnana Peeta Evening College – Vijayanagar
  • Vasavi Jnana Peeta First Grade College – Jayanagar
  • Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian College – St.Marks’ Road
  • Sardar Vallabai Patel Education Society College – Sarjapur, Anekal
  • S.J.R.C. College for Women – Rajajinagar
  • B.H.S. First Grade College – Jayanagar 4th Block
  • Baldwin First Grade College – Richmond Road
  • Baldwin Methodist College – Hosur Road, Near Shooley Circle
  • B.M. Education Trust First Grade College – BTM Layout
  • Mangilal Sundar Bai Gotawat Jain First Grade College – CMH Road, Indiranagar
  • Hindi Education Society’s First Grade College – Indiranagar
  • Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College – V V Puram
  • Methodist Church in India First Grade College
  • Sarvodaya Education Society’s First Grade College
  • St. Anne’s First Grade College for Women – Ramamurthynagar
  • J.S.S. Mahavidyalaya First Grade College for Women – BTM Layout
  • Nandini First Grade College – West of Chord Road, Mahalaksmipuram
  • Gokula Education  Turst Hotel Management College – M S Ramaiah Double Road
  • Jawaharlal Nehru First Grade College – Viveknagar
  • National Education Trust First Grade College – Hennuru Road
  • Nehru Memorial Vidyakendra Trust – Jayanagar 7th Block
  • Bangalore North Education Society’s First Grade College – Mahalaxmipuram
  • Nitya Jyothi Education Society’s First Grade College – Chikkasandra, Hesarghatta Road
  • Parents Association First Grade College – Rajajinagar 5th Block
  • Chamarajapet Education Society’s First Grade College – Sirsi Circle, Chamarajapet
  • B.E.L. First Grade College – Jalahalli
  • Mariyappa Memorial Trust First Grade College – Mariyappanapalya
  • Rajajinagar Education Society’s  College – Behind Modi Hospital, Mahalaxmipura
  • Balija Education and Cultural Society’s College – Balija Hostel Building, Chamarajapet
  • Rajendra Education Society’s First Grade College – Sunkadakatte, Magadi Road
  • Adarsha Education Society Seethadevi Ratanchand College – Chamarajpet
  • Vasavi Education Trust First Grade College – J P Nagar 2nd Stage
  • Karnataka Yadaya Education Society Women’s College – Madhavanagar
  • R.B.A.N.MS. Evening College – Gangadhara Shetty Road
  • Pragati Business Management College – HMT Layout, R T Nagar
  • Miranda College – HAL 3rd Stage
  • Model Education Society College – BTM 3rd Stage
  • Karanataka Muslim Federation College – Kurus Salam Building Queen’s Road
  • Islamic Mission Of  India Society College of Arts & Science
  • Seventh Day Adventist’s Lory Memorial College – Dooravaninagar
  • Kammavari Sangha College – Raghuvanahalli, Kanakapura Road
  • Kairali Niketan Education Trust Evening College – Indiranagar
  • R V College of Commerce & Management – Banashankari, 3rd Stage

Pincode Nos. of Delivery Post Offices in Bangalore

Please note: Bangalore Pincode Nos. commence from 560001. Only the last two digits of the Pincode Nos. and area covered are given below:
30 Adugodi
07 Agaram
24 Anandanagar
22 APMC Yard
45 Arbic College
47 Austin Town
50 Ashoknagar I Stage
25 Ashoknagar
(Richmond Road)
43 Banaswadi
50 Banashankari
70 Banashankari II Stage
85 Banashankari III Stage
02 Bangalore City
56 Bangalore University
01 Bangalore G.P.O
83 Bannerghatta
76 Bannerghatta Road
53 Balepet
04 Basavanagudi
79 Basaveswaranagar
76 BTM Layout
46 Benson Town
92 Byatarayanapura
35 Carmelram
53 Chickpet
18 Chamarajpet
90 Chikkabanavara
93 C.V.Raman Nagar
57 Dasarahalli
73 T.Dasarahalli
29 Dharmaram College
62 Doddakallasandara
16 Dooravani Nagar
71 Domlur
05 Frazer Town
32 Ganganagar
09 Gandhinagar
19 Gavipuram Extn.
08 HAL II Stage
51 Hazrath Kambal
Posh Road
24 Hebbal Agri. Farm
88 Hessarghatta
89 Hessarghatta Lake
31 HMT
27 Hombegowda Nagar
14 Hospital Town East
15 Hospital Town West
12 Indian Institute of Science
38 Indiranagar
44 Industrial Estate
06 J.C.Nagar
13 Jalahalli
14 Jalahalli East
15 Jalahalli West
46 Jaymahal Extn.
11 Jayanagar III Block
41 Jayanagar South
82 Jayanagar 7th Block
69 Jayanagar East
78 J.P.Nagar
75 Jeevanbimanagar
08 Jogupalya
67 Kadugodi
79 Kamakshmipalya
60 Kengeri
79 Kaveri Nagar
58 Kiri Indl. Layout
34 Koramangala
95 Koramangala 6th Block
77 Kothanur
36 Krishnarajapuram
74 Kumbalgod
35 Langford Gardens
68 Madiwala
23 Magadi Road
48 Mahadevapuram
86 Mahalakshmipuram
03 Malleswaram
55 Malleswaram West
37 Marathhalli
33 Maruthisevanagar
54 Mathikere
52 Millers Tank Bund Road Area
06 Munireddypalya
73 Nagasandra
72 Nagarbhavi
96 Nandini Layout
39 Nayandahalli
47 Neelsandra
75 New Tipsandra
70 Padmanabha Nagar
58 Peenya Indl. Area
10 Rajajinagar
44 Rajajinagar Indl. Town
39 Rajarajeswari Nagar
94 RMV Extn.
32 R.T. Nagar
59 RV Niketan
25 Richmond Town
80 Sadahshiva Nagar
20 Seshadripuram
27 Shanti Nagar
42 Sivanchetty Garden
21 Srirampuram
84 St. Thomas Town
61 Subramanyapura
81 Taverekere
28 Thyagaraja Nagar
08 Ulsoor
80 Upper Palace Orchard
87 Varthur
52 Vasanth Nagar
40 Vijayanagar
79 Vijayanagar North
17 Vimanapura
97 Vidyaranyapura
91 Viswaneedam
47 Vivek Nagar
04 Visveswarapuram
49 Virgo Nagar
86 West of Chord Road
27 Wilson Garden
66 White Field
64 Yelahanka New Town
63 Yelahanka AFS
22 Yeshwantpu

Money Has No Memory Experience Has It… Article on Recession

Money has no memory. Experience has. You will never know what the total cost of your education was, but for a lifetime you will recall and relive the memories of schools and colleges. Few years from now, you will forget the amount you paid to settle the hospitalization bill, but will ever cherish having saved your mother’s life or the life you get to live with the just born. You won’t remember the cost of your honeymoon, but to the last breath remember the experiences of the bliss of togetherness. Money has no memory. Experience has.

Good times and bad times, times of prosperity and times of poverty, times when the future looked so secure and times when you didn’t know from where the tomorrow will come… life has been in one way or the other a roller-coaster ride for everyone. Beyond all that abundance and beyond all that deprivation, what remains is the memory of experiences. Sometimes the wallet was full… sometimes even the pocket was empty. There was enough and you still had reasons to frown. There wasn’t enough and you still had reasons to smile. Today, you can look back with tears of gratitude for all the times you had laughed together, and also look back with a smile at all the times you cried alone. All in all, life filled you with experiences to create a history of your own self, and you alone can remember them all.

The first time you balanced yourself on your cycle without support… The first time she said ‘yes’ and it was two years since you proposed… The first cry… the first steps… the first word… the first kiss… all of your child… The first gift you bought for your parents and the first gift your daughter gave you… The first award… the first public appreciation… the first stage performance… And the list is endless… Experiences, with timeless memory… No denying that anything that’s material cost money, but the fact remains the cost of the experience will be forgotten, but the experience never.
So, what if it’s economic recession? Let it be, but let there not be a recession to the quality of your life. You can still take your parents, if not on a pilgrimage, at least to the local temple. You can still play with your children, if not on an international holiday, at least in the local park. It doesn’t cost money to lie down or to take a loved one onto your lap. Nice time to train the employees, create leadership availability and be ready for the wonderful times when they arrive. Hey! Aspects like your health, knowledge development and spiritual growth are not economy dependent.
Time will pass… economy will revive… currency will soon be in current… and in all this; I don’t want you to look back and realize you did nothing but stayed in gloom. Recession can make you lose out on money. Let it not make you lose out on experiences… If you are not happy with what you have, no matter how much more you have, you will still not be happy.

Make a statement with the way you live your life. How I feel has nothing to do with how much I have

By Bala Posted in Daily

Love the Earth,It’s the only one we’ve got! – EARTH DAY


EARTH DAY 22nd April ,2009

Let’s join hands to save the earth – the place is right here and the time is right ‘NOW’. Here are some “green tips” that can go a long way to save the environment. Let us do our bit to preserve the environment and look forward to a happier, healthier and cleaner future.

Turn off electricity in unoccupied rooms.
Use natural lighting instead of electric lighting whenever possible.
Turn off non-essential and decorative lighting, especially in unoccupied areas.
Remember to turn off your television, video player, stereo and computer when you’re not using them.
Choose Energy Star® products. Replace incandescent light bulbs with Energy Star® compact fluorescent light bulbs, especially in high use light fixtures. Compact fluorescent lights use 75% less energy than incandescent lights.
Turn off your computer monitor when you leave your desk .
Seal cracks around doors, windows, and walls. Don’t pay for hot or cool air that escapes through cracks and openings scattered around the house.
Less driving means fewer emissions. Besides saving fuel , walking and biking are great forms of exercise. Explore your community mass transit system, and avail of options for carpooling to work or school. When you do drive, make sure your car is running efficiently. For example, keeping your tyres properly inflated can improve your gas mileage by more than 3 percent. Every gallon of gas you save not only helps your budget, it also keeps 20 pounds of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.
Share information about recycling and energy conservation with your friends, neighbours and co-workers, and take opportunities to encourage public officials to establish programs and policies that are good for the environment .
 It is also a good idea to turn off the water when you’re not using it. While brushing your teeth, shampooing the dog or washing your car, turn off the water until you actually need it for rinsing. You’ll reduce your water bill and help to conserve a vital global resource.

Let us reduce waste by choosing reusable products instead of disposables. Buying products with minimal packaging (including the economy size when that makes sense for you) will help to reduce waste. And whenever you can, recycle paper, plastic, newspaper, glass and aluminum cans. If there isn’t a recycling program at your workplace, school, or in your community, ask about starting one. By recycling half of your household waste, you can save 2,400 pounds of carbon dioxide annually.

So let’s choose hope and action to work together and help preserve our one and only, incredibly beautifully, amazingly diverse planet Earth………. Happy Earth Day!

By Bala Posted in Daily

Home Warming Ceremony – Home is Where the Heart is

Hello Friends,

I would like to take this opportunity to invite all of you to my new home. Just a simple get – together

Please consider this as a personal invitation and I would be very glad to have you all around on that auspicious day.

Looking forward for your presence.

My Sweet Home - Home is where heart is

By Bala Posted in Daily