Internship Report in Janata Bank Limited

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1.1 Origin of the Report

Internship Program is a partial requirement for acquiring MBA degree in Dhaka University. Before completion of the degree, a student must undergo the Internship Program. Internship program is a perfect bridge to match the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge. Only curriculum activity is not sufficient to handle the real business situation.

So, it is an urge to arrange an internship program. This program consists of at least there phases: ❑ Orientation with the organization
❑ Completing the project work
❑ Writing the report

Internship report on Human Resources Management Practices in Janata Bank has been supervised by Dr. Md. Nazmul Karim Chowdhury, Professor, department of Management studies, University of Dhaka.

1.2 Background of the Report :

Any academic course of study has a great value when it has partial application in real life. Only a lot of theoretical knowledge will be little important unless it is applicable in practice life. So we need proper application of our knowledge to get some benefit from out theoretical knowledge to make it more fruitful. Banking plays a pivotal role in the development process of a country. It helps to accelerate the process of development by securing uninterrupted supply of financial resources to people engaged in numerous economic activities.

As the world is becoming abridged due to increasing innovation of modem technology, people are experiencing radical changes. The demand for better service increases as the banking organizations are coming with innovative ideas. In order to survive in the tremendously competitive market, all the banking organizations are trying to provide better opportunities to their client. As the life very much risky in the reality, it is very difficult to bear cash money now a day, without taking the help of banking sector it is quite impossible to deal with the day-to-day busy business.

1.3 Objectives of the report:

General objectives:

1. The general objective of the report is to know about the management system of Janata Bank as a public commercial bank, its formation, and its functional, operational, and financial aspects. 2. To know the background of the organization is another objective.

Project Objectives:

1. The project objective of the report is to provide a clear awareness about HRM practices in Janata Bank . 2. It aims at identifying the problems and prospects of HRM practices in Janata bank and to make some suggestions to improve the service of HRM practices.

1.4 Scope of the study
Human resource management practices in Janata bank covers a wide scope. Here an overview of Janata Bank is done, discuses about recruitment and selection procures, compensation, training and development performance appraisal and promotion policy. Finally find out some drawbacks of existing practices and the recommendation for improving that are also done.

1.5 Methodology:

To make the report more meaningful and presentable, two sources of data and information have been used widely: ❖ Primary Data.
❖ Secondary Data.

The ‘Primary Sources’ are as follows:
❖ Face-to-face conversation with the respective officers and staffs and staffs of the branch. ❖ Informal conversation with the clients.
❖ Personal diary (That contains every day experience in bank while undergoing practical orientation).

The ‘Secondary Sources’ of data and information are as follows: ← Annual reports of Janata Bank.
← Study of the relevant files as instructed by the offices concerned. ← Periodicals published by Bangladesh Bank.
← Various books, articles,
← The web site of the Bank
← New papers
← Banks internal records.

1.6 Limitations:

The study is constrained with several limitations. Some of these limitations are:- ❖ The employees of the Janata Bank remains so much busy with their own work that it is quite tough to provide time for...
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