A REPORT ON THE BANGLADESH LABOR LAW 2006 AND IT (1)

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A REPORT ON THE BANGLADESH LABOR LAW 2006 AND its PRACTICES, “A STUDY ON GERMENT FACTORY IN BANGLADESH”

Submitted to:
Shah Ridwan Chowdhury
Lecturer
Department of Management Studies
Faculty of business studies
University of Dhaka
Submitted by:
Md. Azizul Hakim
Representative of the group
18th batch
Sec-A, Roll-18003
Department of Management
University of Dhaka
Date of submission
25.09.2013

Group

Profile of group member:
SL
No.
Name
ID/Roll
No.
Contact mail/cell no.
1.
Md. Azizul Hakim
18003

2.
Md.Osman Gani
18084

3.
Md. Tamzidul Haque
Chowdhury
18097

4.
Md. Mizanur Rahman
18010

5.
Md. Nafee ul Islam
18071

LETTER OF TRANSMITAL

25th September, 2013
Shah Ridwan Chowdhury
Lecturer
Department of Management
University of Dhaka

Subject: Submission of Report on the Bangladesh labor law 2006 and it’s practices in garment factory.
Dear Sir,
We are the students of Department of Management of section “A”.A report was given to us by you on Bangladesh labor law 2006 and it’s practices in garment factory for submitting. We are very much happy to say you that we made it for you.During the preparation of the report we learn something very extra in practical which will be very helpful for us in future. We would like to know you thanks from us for giving us such a great job & opportunity like this to prove our ability in making a quality report. We have done this report with our best effort. If any mistakes remain we heartily apologized for those. We hope you will take our mistakes forgivingly.

Thanking you,
_____________
Md. Azizul Hakim
On behalf of the group

Acknowledgement

First of all we like to thank the almighty Allah for giving us the opportunity to prepare this report successfully. We do believe that it is his blessings on us that we have completed this report in spite of some initial obstacles.
We are very grateful to our Chairman Professor Md. Ataur Rahman for

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