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MBM INTAKE 2012

BIBM
BANGLADESH INSTITUTE OF BANK MANAGEMENT

CONTENTS
Introducing BIBM and CPGS
Academic Information
Admission
Areas of Study
Course Description
Financial Information
Other Information
The Faculty
Members of the Institute and
BIBM Governing Board

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The course offerings and requirements of the MBM are under continuous examination and modification. This prospectus is not a contract, it merely presents the offers and requirements in effect at the time of publication of the prospectus and in no way guarantees that the offers and requirements will remain the same during the entire duration of the Program.

INTRODUCING BIBM AND CPGS
BANGLADESH INSTITUTE OF BANK
MANAGEMENT (BIBM)

THE MASTERS IN BANK MANAGEMENT
(MBM) PROGRAM

Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management
(BIBM) is a unique educational, training and
research institution in bank management
supported and supervised by the Bangladesh
Bank (central bank), almost all the banks and a
few financial institutions of Bangladesh.
Established as a national level training institute for
the banking sector in 1974 under the Societies
Act, 1860, BIBM caters primarily to the
requirements of training of the mid and seniorlevel officers of banks and financial institutions. Besides, it conducts workshops in different
formats, seminars, roundtable discussions and
undertakes research on banking and allied fields
regularly and provides consultancy services to
banks and other organizations on request.

The MBM Program is a professional postgraduate program for bank officers and others who plan career in banking and allied fields. The
primary emphasis of the program is to develop
skills for management of banks and financial
institutions. The program would also be useful for
persons who plan career in other organizations
dealing with financial and credit activities. The
program is geared towards educating the
students to make innovative, informed and
creative choices and judgement about policy,
operation and execution in banks and financial
institutions keeping in view the macro-economic
environment.
The MBM program is covered in two years broken
down into six terms. Each term is of four months’
duration. The program constitutes course work
for 72 credit hours i.e. a total of 24 courses
(4 courses in each term). In addition, a project
paper (3 credit hours) in term VI, and 4 viva-voce
at the end of terms I, II, IV and V (weighing 3 credit
hours in total) are required.

The Director General is the chief executive of the
Institute. There are five directors to look after
Training; Administration & Accounts; Research,
Development & Consultancy; Center for Post
Graduate Studies and Evening Masters in Bank
Management (EMBM).
BIBM publishes a quarterly professional journal
'Bank Parikrama' on issues in the fields of
Banking, Finance, Economics, Management and
allied fields. BIBM also publishes a quarterlyperiodical titled 'BIBM Bulletin'.

The MBM program has a number of
fundamental/core courses like Microeconomics,
Business Communication and Report Writing,
Marketing Management, Business Mathematics,
Principles of Accounting, Principles and Practices
of Banking, Principles of Management, Business
Statistics, Management of Financial Institutions,
International Trade Payment and Finance, Credit
Management in Banks, Risk Management in
Banks, etc. Besides the core courses, students
have to choose two courses among a range of ten
elective courses in the last term. The list of courses
and other academic work is given in page 7.

THE CENTER FOR POST GRADUATE
STUDIES (CPGS)
The Center for Post Graduate Studies (CPGS)
has been established in 1996 as an integral organ
of BIBM with a view to conferring post-graduate
degrees such as Masters in Bank Management
(MBM). The MBM Program has been introduced
in 1997 with affiliation of the National University.
So far, almost...
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