Real State Business in Bangladesh - Changing the Life Style of the People of Dhaka

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Real state business in Bangladesh: Changing the life style of the people of Dhaka

A report submitted to the Faculty of Business Administration in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the final-term examination in Research & Methodology Course, fall, 2010-2011

Prepared By

Neel Samiul GaniID: 07-09328-3
Section: ‘D’

Prepared For

Dr. Ramit Azad
Assistant Professor and Course Instructor, Research & Methodology

Submission Date
28th November, 2010


American International University-Bangladesh

Dr. Ramit Azad,
Assistant Professor & course Instructor
Research & Methodology
American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB)
Banani, Dhaka.

Re: Submission of our Report

Dear Sir,

It is a great pleasure to submit my report on the topic, ‘’Real state business in Bangladesh: Changing the life style of the people of Dhaka’’ as a partial requirement of the course Research & Methodology.

I would like to give special thanks for giving me this opportunity to do the report on this topic. This report mainly focused on the “Real state business in Bangladesh: Changing the life style of the people of Dhaka” which related with modern building technology and deals with mental impressions of human being, basis on that my concern was to find out what is the public attitude. This report gave me an exceptional and also practical experience about the attitude and gains the reactions while working on my case studies.

Actually my topic is related to our lesson but I tried my best to do this experiment perfectly. I hope that am able.

Thanking you,

Neel Samiul Gani (ID: 07-09328-3)


It was really hard and tough to survey on this topic but I would like to give special thanks to our honorable Course Instructor of Research & Methodology Sir, Dr. Ramit Azad, Assistant Professor of Department of Business Administration, for his valuable advice and support. Because of his valuable support and advice it becomes easy to create. Also I want to give special thanks to all the people, all the people, all the real state companies who helped me to make my report. Also I am thankful to all the people who give their opinion, suggestions to make my report as good as possible and I also thanks the people who participate to my small survey and give me their valuable information and time.

Table Of Contents

Chapter One- 5 -
Introduction- 6 -
1.1Background & Problem Statement- 7 -
1.2Objective of the Research- 7 -
1.3Scope of the Research- 8 -
1.4Methodolody- 8 -
1.4.1Instruments/Primary source of information:- 9 -
1.4.2Instruments/Secondary source of information:- 10 - 1.5Limitation of the Study- 10 -

Chapter Two- 11 -
Findings & Analysis- 12 -
2.1Part One: Findings- 12 -
2.1.1Domain Analysis:- 12 -
2.1.2Real State Sector In Bangladesh:- 14 -
2.1.3Conventional Houses- 15 -
2.1.4Flats/Apartment:- 15 -
2.2Part Two: Analysis:- 15 -
2.2.1Analysis of the Questionnaire Results- 15 -
2.2.2Case Studies- 19 - Living In Conventional House Point of View:- 19 - Living In Flats Point of View:- 23 -

Chapter Three- 28 -
Conclusion- 29 -

Chapter Four- 30 -
Recommendation- 31 -

Appendix - I- 32 -

Appendix - II- 34 -

Appendix - III- 36 -

Bibliography:- 39 -

Glossary:- 40 -

Chapter One

1. Introduction

1. Background & Problem Statement

A nation of more then 120 million people Bangladesh covers 144,000 sq. km of the fertile Gangetic delta between India and Myanmar. The country after a long and bloody struggle achieved independence from Pakistan through the War of Liberation in 1971. Since then Bangladesh has been moving fast towards capitalizing on its great workforce and wealth of natural resources.

Dhaka City, born during the Mughal Empire and grown with the British rule, is expanding rapidly. From the...
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