Internship Report on Bangladesh Shilpa Bank (Bsb) (Central Recovery Department)

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Internship report
On
Bangladesh Shilpa Bank (BSB)
(Central Recovery Department)

Prepared for:

Mr. Abdul Awal Chowdhury
Senior Manager
Training Department of Bangladesh Shilpa Bank
Head Office, Motijheel C/A, Dhaka-1000



Supervised by:

Prof. Dr. Saroj Kumar Saha
Professor
Department of Accounting & Information System
University of Dhaka.







Prepared by:
Md. Aminul Houqe
Roll: - 45, Sec: - A
MBA (5th Batch)
Department of Accounting & Information System
University of Dhaka.


October 16, 2005
Department of Accounting & Information System
University of Dhaka

Letter of Transmittal


Date: October 16, 2005

Mr. Abdul Awal Chowdhury
Senior Manager
Training Department of Bangladesh Shilpa bank
Head Office, Motijheel C/A, Dhaka-1000.

Subject : Solicitation for acceptance of internship report.

Dear Sir,

It is my great pleasure that I have the opportunity to submit an internship report on Bangladesh Shilpa Bank (BSB) as a mandatory fulfillment of my MBA program. In the course of the preparation of the report, I have gathered practical knowledge and experience during this program which will remain as an invaluable asset in my future.

I extend my gratitude to you for providing your constructive advice as well as opportunity to learn so much about banking, especially in industrial sector. In spite of various drawbacks, I have tried my best to recover all the relevant…...

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