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1.1Origin of the Report:
Theoretical knowledge doesn’t highlight the reality as clearly as practical knowledge. Theoretical knowledge is a guideline, but practical knowledge is experience oriented. Practical knowledge is must for the completeness of theoretical knowledge. So both are necessary. As a BBA student we have gathered enough theoretical knowledge and techniques. Now it is needed to compliance with this knowledge with in practical orientation. I was assigned for doing my internship in Panna Battery Limited for the period of 3 months starting from 1st July 2012as an intern by the Internship & Placement, Business Administration and Management Major in Finance & Banking, Patuakhali Science and Technology University.
This report entitled “Performance Analysis of Panna Battery Ltd.” originated from the partial fulfillment of completion. It has given me a chance to directly works with this organization and also visit and works with factory workers. My report will focus on the evaluation of financial statement, the different aspects of customer service provided by the Panna Battery Ltd as well as the overall performance of the Panna Battery Ltd. This report has been prepared under the supervision of MD.Maqbul Hossain, Chairmen,Department of Agricultural economics Rural Sociolog,Faculty of Business Adminstration& Management, Patuakhli Science & Technology University.

1.2. Objectives: 1.2.1.Primary Objective: Primary objective of the report is fulfilling the course requirement for Completion of BBA from Patuakhli Science & Technology University 1.2.1. Secondary Objective: Beside the primary objective there are some other objectives, which are equally important: The prime objective of the study is to the overall performance analysis of the Panna Battery Limited. These are follows: To get real life experience from this Organization, this will help in the future job field. To get an overall

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