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Mailing address: Buddhi Raj BhattaraiArmala VDC-6Kaski NepalCell # 977-9846051379 e-mail :- rajbktm@yahoo.com buddhirajb@gmail.com | | Nationality: Nepali Citizenship # 162817,Kaski |

Summary of Professional Expertise | * Customer Satisfaction * Coordination between Branch & Head Office * Good team working performance * leadership qualities with good interpersonal skills | Objective | Employ the skills and knowledge as essential to banking sectors. | Education | Masters in Business Studies(MBS), 2064-2069, 1st divisionTribhuwan University Board,(Shankar Dev Campus) Kathmandu, Nepal, Major Subject: Finance.Bachelor in Business Studies(BBS), 2061-2064, 2nd divisionTribhuwan University Board,(Prithive Narayan Campus Pokhara) Nepal, Major Subjects: Finance, 10+2 in Management 2059-2061, Vindaya vashini Higher Secondary School Pokhara School Leaving Certificate, 2057, 2nd division HMG Board, Nepal, (Vindaya vashini Ma. Vi.)Major Subject: Mathematics |

Experience | Nabil Bank Ltd. Pokhara branch, (since April 22, 2009 to Jun 28, 2010), as a junior assistant, in cash and customer service departments. Mr. Basudev Bhattarai, Nepal Rasta Bank, phone #977-9851031729e-mail: bdbhattarai@nrb.org.np | Research Activities | Prepared report for Prithive Narayan Campus on “BBS Program affiliated to Tribhuvan University .Prepared report or analysis of Siddratha Bank Ltd and Kumari Bank Ltd for the KFA training peripd.Presented a report for the assessment in MBS. Prepared thesis for Master’s of Business Studies(MBS). | Date of Birth | In Bikram Samwat: 2042-06-29 | Marital Status | Unmarried | Language | English, Nepali & Hindi. | Interest / Hobbies | Watching movies, reading books, traveling. | Travel and Visit | Many Parts of Nepal and India | Reference | Mr. Iman Gurung Nabil Bank Ltd. Pokhara BranchNepal, phone # 977-9746007664 e-mail: iman.gurung@nabilbank.com |

Training | * “ Signature verification and counterfeit notes” which is organ by institute of Banking and management (IBM) studies on 12th September 2009. * “ General Banking course” from 5 january . to 10 february. 2010 on KFA in pokhara. * “General Banking” conducted by Nabil Bank Ltd. From 14th march to 18th march 2010. * The training course on “Training of Trainer (TOT)” from 21st November, 2012 to 5th December, 2012 in media house. |

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