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Bangladesh

Presentation of Bangladesh Tourism Coordinating By Samiul Hasan Sami ID: 1310 Tourism in Bangladesh The beautiful country of Bangladesh has tourist attractions including archaeological sites, historical mosques and monuments, rivers, tea gardens, beaches, forests, tribal people and wildlife of various species. Along with rich cultural heritage, it leaves an unforgettable impression on the mind of any visitor. SOME TOURIST SPOTS OF BANGLADESH  Dhaka: The capital city of Bangladesh sits on the...

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Branding Bangladesh

Assignment On Branding Bangladesh Course Code: MKT 202 Course title: Introduction to Marketing Submitted To: Omar Nasif Abdullah BBA Program, North South University, Dhaka Submitted by Abrar Khan ID: 1330663630 Section: 7 Date: 06/04/2014 BANGLADESH A LAND OF NATURE Introduction: Bangladesh is a country of natural beauty. She is blessed with endowment of almighty. A paper by Majbritt (2010) argues that the six...

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Democracy in Bangladesh

The cost of good intentions: “solidarity” in Bangladesh The cost of good intentions: “solidarity” in Bangladesh Naila Kabeer 24 June 2004 How can the lives and conditions of women garment workers in Bangladesh be improved? Naila Kabeer questions whether the workers themselves benefit from the campaigning approach of Anita Roddick and the National Labor Committee. Anita Roddick writes on openDemocracy with passionate anger about the conditions of women workers in the export garment sector based...

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Digital Bangladesh

Introduction: digital Bangladesh is a new world, a new concept, a new dream. Bangladesh is now resounding with the aim of achieving digital Bangladesh. Our present prime minister, Sheikh Hasina, in their election manifesto of 2008 declared to build up Bangladesh as a digital one by 2021. Since then this concept has become almost a lip-word with the people of Bangladesh. Meaning of digital Bangladesh: our life today is governed by the offshoots of science. Science has ushered in new era in the history...

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Bangladesh Women

IV WOMEN’S EMPLOYMENT IN BANGLADESH: CONUNDRUMS AMIDST PROGRESS Summary • • • • • • • • • • • Women’s work participation rates have doubled in Bangladesh since 1995 but they are still extremely low at 26 percent. The dramatic growth in women’s employment is led by the health and community service sector. Younger women’s employment has seen the largest increase. Higher education is an important predictor of both entry into the labor market and wages. Micro credit has had direct and indirect...

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Clothing of Bangladesh

Government and non-government organizations like  Bangla Academy, Nazrul Institute, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Fine arts Institute, Chhayanat etc. play significant role to flourish Bangladeshi art and culture providing encouragement in music, drama, dance, recitation, art etc. Many other cultural organizations are also popularizing Bangladeshi art and culture.   Another important aspect of the culture of Bangladesh is clothing. Bangladeshi woman usually wear Saris, made of the world famous and...

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Asa Bangladesh

ASA Bangladesh Research Brief History of ASA ASA stands for Association for Social Advancement, which is a non-governmental organization aiming at helping poor people to get out of poverty. Bangladesh earned its independence in 1971, but because of the war, the whole country needed to be reconstructed. The unstable and bureaucratic political system slowed down the speed of economic development. In the meantime, some small non-governmental organizations stepped into Bangladesh to help the local...

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Changes in Bangladesh

Changes in Bangladesh Bangladesh came to today's shape through a long history of political evolution. Bengal was probably the wealthiest part of the subcontinent up till the 16th century. The area's early history featured a succession of Indian empires, internal squabbling, and a tussle between Hinduism and Buddhism for dominance. All of this was just a prelude to the unstoppable tide of Islam which washed over northern India at the end of the 12th century. Mohammed Bakhtiar Khalzhi from Turkistan...

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Industries in Bangladesh

Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) provides a package of services to private sector entrepreneurs in Bangladesh in the small and cottage industries sector. It was created through an Act of Parliament in 1957 which was later amended in 1992. BSCIC has developed a total of 74 industrial estates throughout the country to foster the growth of SCIs in a balanced manner and also construction works for good number of estates including special type like Tannery, API (Active Pharmaceutical...

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Election System of Bangladesh

Election System: A Contrast Between Bangladesh And USA. -Nafis Ujrat MIDN USN Election system is one of the most important features of a country’s political system. It symbolizes some inner concept of a political system of a nation. I have chosen election system of US government to discuss and compare with that of Bangladesh. Both of these countries have some unique style of election procedure. That has made it really interesting for the learner of both systems to contrast and...

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Stakeholders of Bangladesh Telecommunications Sector

Stakeholders of Bangladesh Telecommunications Sector BTRC Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) is an independent Commission established under the Bangladesh Telecommunication Act, 2001 (Act no. 18 of 2001) published by the Parliament in the Bangladesh Gazette, extraordinary issue of April 16, 2001. BTRC started functioning from January 31, 2002. In the intervening years it has pursued a vision to facilitate affordable telecommunication services of acceptable quality for all...

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bank and ngo in bangladesh

About The banking sector is one of the most important components of the financial system that mobilises resources for productive investments in a country which in turn contributes to economic development. The banking sector in Bangladesh has flourished during the last three decades or so as a result of increased demand of the growing economy. During this period, the banking sector has also undergone several reforms and fallen under the jurisdiction of a number of acts in a bid to improve the efficiency...

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Bangladesh case study

 Bangladesh Floods – Case Study By Nikita Pankhania Background Information: Bangladesh is a MEDC and one the world’s poorest and most densely populated countries. It is located in South Asia, bordered by India in the north, the Bay of Bengal in the east and west, while Myanmar surrounds it to the south. Bangladesh is the eighth most populous country in the world. Bangladesh is also located on the confluences of the river Ganges and Brahmaputra these are two very large rivers which...

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Bangladesh Infrastructure Finance Fund

Bangladesh Infrastructure Finance Fund Limited (BIFFL) is a newly established public limited company which envisages to attract private investments from local and foreign investors and to invest in companies that are implementing infrastructure projects in Bangladesh. The Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh has already provided BDT 16 Billion (USD 220 mill) to this company as initial equity capital and has taken 100% ownership of the company. But it is expected that the company will...

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Shipbuilding Industry of Bangladesh

1. Background $The Ambassador of Bangladesh in Korea, Mr. Shahidul Islam, visited ASERC (Advanced Ship Engineering Research Centre) in Pusan National University (PNU) and requested me to find a way of establishing a long-term and mutually beneficial collaboration in shipbuilding sector between Korea and Bangladesh. At his request, I paid a short visit to Bangladesh from October 12-13, 2009. In order to understand the shipbuilding related academic and industrial environment, I visited two leading...

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India-Bangladesh Water Disputes

INDIA-BANGLADESH WATER DISPUTES As we know in today’s scenario, water is a biggest resources .It is important for each and every living beings and the country. Without water there cannot be a life .A similar water disputes between India and Bangladesh has been discussed in this project. The reason why I have I have opted for this project is water is a precious resource and becoming scarce day by day.so after reading this project one will be able to understand that how heavily a country is dependent...

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Cultural Heritage in Bangladesh

Cultural Heritage of Bangladesh 1. Introduction: Bangladesh is a melting pot of races. She, therefore, has a mixed culture. Her deep rooted heritage is amply reflected in her architecture, literature, dance, drama, music and painting. Bangladeshi culture is influenced by three great religions- Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam in successive order, with Islam having the most pervading and lasting impact. Like a colorful montage, the cultural tradition of the country is a happy blending of many variants...

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maritime resources of bangladesh

 1. Introduction. . This Bay Of Bengal is a huge resource for Bangladesh in aspects of fisheries and hydrocarbons. The People’s Republic of Bangladesh is a sovereign South Asian country. It is bordered by India in all sides except small border with Myanmar and a long coastal line with the Bay Of Bengal. The Bay Of Bengal is the largest bay in the world, forms the North-Eastern part of Indian Ocean. BIMSTEC or Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC)...

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Multinational Corporation in Bangladesh

Multinational Companies in Bangladesh Bangladesh Is a developing country of Asia. There are many multinational companies doing business based on peoples’ choice and demand in Bangladesh. Some of the most important multinational companies are as follows. 1.Nestle Bangladesh: Nestle is the world's leading nutrition, health and wellness company founded in 1866 * Its head office located in Geneva, Switzerland. * Nestle started official production activities in Bangladesh in 1994 * It has a...

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The Scenerio of Music Industry in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is traditionally very rich in its musical heritage. From the ancient times, music documented the lives of the people and was widely patronized by the rulers. Bangla music is well known for it's own forms and styles of music like Rabindra Shangit,Nazrul Shangit,folk(which includes Palli giti,Lalon Shangit,Moromi,Vatiali,Bhandari,Vawaiya,Gajir Geet,Gombhira,Jatra gaan,Pala gaan,kobi gaan etc),Baul Shangit etc. Earliar these forms of music were popular to the people from all sphares of...

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Marketing Proposal for Mcdonald's in Bangladesh

NAME: McDonald’s Bangladesh BACKGROUND: Some background information about McDonald’s: · McDonald's Corporation is the biggest fast-food chain restaurants in the world that it boasts more than 30,000 restaurants in 119 countries. · More than 80% of McDonald's restaurants worldwide are owned and operated by independent local men and women. · With this unrivaled popularity, entrepreneurs who will franchise on McDonald's will most likely succeed in the business; meanwhile this is how to start...

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Musical Change in Bangladesh

ancient times was mostly linked to prayer. Due to the immense influence of Hindu mythology, most folk songs are related to some sort of praise of the gods and their creation. • Bangle Music: The origin of Bangladesh Before the end of British rule in India in 1947, the land that is now Bangladesh formed an eastern subdivision of the region known as Bengal. Consequently Bangladeshis and their West Bengali neighbors in India share most of their cultural heritage, language, and ancient history. In 1947...

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Child Marriage in Bangladesh

Juvenile marriage in Bangladesh Juvenile marriage has long been an issue in many developing countries where poverty, lack of education and strong cultural traditions and religious beliefs exist. It is most prevalent in – however not restricted to South Asia, especially Bangladesh where studies have shown that the practice of juvenile marriage is most common and severe. Although the legal age of marriage for women in Bangladesh is 18, some girls are married off as young as seven years old mainly...

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Student Politics in Bangladesh

life should be spent in study and interaction with all in order to gain knowledge and groom oneself as an ideal human being. But at present the alarming fact is that student politics is considered as a powerful weapon for the political parties in Bangladesh. As a result, students in public universities become involved in atrocious party politics and indulge in illegal activities like killing, tender and admission businesses and so on in the name of student politics. Nowadays student politics is neither...

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The Potential of the Bangladesh Capital Market

The Potential of the Bangladesh Capital Market Mamun Rashid runs an expert eye over our financial future The capital market is the engine of growth for an economy. It performs a very critical role in acting as an intermediary between savers and companies seeking additional financing for business expansion. A huge amount of capital may stable economy of a country. Lending by commercial banks provides good initial support for corporate growth, but a developed stock-market may play a good role...

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Treasury Securities of Bangladesh

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The Problem of Eve Teasing in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a sovereign state located in South Asia. It is bordered by India on all sides except for a small border with Burma (Myanmar) to the far southeast and by the Bay of Bengal to the south. Together with the Indian state of West Bengal, it makes up the ethno-linguistic region of Bengal. It is the eighth most populous country and among the most densely populated countries in the world. Bangladesh is in the low-lying Ganges–Brahmaputra River Delta or Ganges Delta. The Ganges unites with the...

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Imf's Contribution in Bangladesh

assessment can be made public if the country wishes. BANGLADESH Bangladesh is a country in South Asia. It is bordered by India on all sides except for a small border with Burma to the far southeast and by the Bay of Bengal to the south. Together with the Indian state of West Bengal, it makes up the ethno-linguistic region of Bengal. The name Bangladesh means "Country of Bengal" in the official Bengali language. The borders of present-day Bangladesh were established with the partition of Bengal and...

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Bangladesh- the History of Development and It's Proverty

Bangladesh- The history of development and it's proverty When our mind thinks about poverty the first thing our mind thinks about is the third world. As a citizen of such a third world country I never realized my country is such a poor country until I came to Canada. Bangladesh is my homeland, one of the poorest countries in South Asia. Bangladesh has the highest incidence of poverty in South Asia. The country known as world's largest populated country after India and China. The poverty of...

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The Realm of Brands of Bangladesh

drive the design of the total customer experience derived out of a unique trust and emotional attachment." This makes it essential for us to assess the evolution of "BRANDS" based on a given parameter. This article visits the realm of brands of Bangladesh with the definition of brand "it entails a unique value proposition for the customer". It requires mentioning that a brand is a collective term for a group of products produced by one company. Branding, on the other hand, emerged into broader business...

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Contribution of Epzs to the National Economy of Bangladesh.

Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh National Academy for Educational Management (NAEM) Ministry of Education, New Market, Dhaka – 1205 [pic] 100 Foundation Training Course (October 13, 2008 –February 09, 2009) TERM PAPER Topic: Contribution of EPZs to the National Economy of Bangladesh. Md. Anowar Parvez ID # 11, 100 FTC –...

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Hard Rock in Bangladesh

as distinguished from sedimentary rock. The hardrocks of Bangladesh are of four types: (i) Maddhyapara subsurface hardrock, (ii) Bholaganj-Jaflong hardrock concretions, (iii) Tetulia-Patgram-Panchagarh hardrock concretions, and (iv) Chittagong-Chittagong Hill Tracts sedimentary concretions. The items ii, iii and iv are usually considered as gravel deposits. Maddhyapara subsurface hardrock In 1974-75 the geological survey of bangladesh (GSB) drilled six wells in and around Maddhyapara and confirmed...

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Opportunities and Challenges of Sme Business in Bangladesh

Opportunities and Challenges of SME Business in Bangladesh Fazle Elahi Mohammad Faisal[1] Syed Mohammad Khaled Rahman[2] Saleh Ahmad Abdullah3 Abstract Financial crumbles worldwide has totally changed the orientation of the world financial system forcing new alignment with novel dimensions for it and fresh and naive looks into the whole economic order. Such pattern shift and enormous change has brought to the fore once again the small and medium industry all over the world for its giving...

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Doninant Features of Telecom Industry of Bangladesh

Telecom Industry of Bangladesh [pic] Introduction: Mobile phone has become an indispensable part of Bangladesh's everyday-life and has made a "safe haven" in one of our pockets much like our wallet that we never want to leave at home while we head for our work! Thanks to the telecom-revolution and its relentless evolution that together have made it possible even in developing countries like Bangladesh. This is the dominant device that we now express ourselves through, get our work done and...

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Bangladesh – Myanmar Relations- the Economic Dimension

Ambassador Ashfaqur Rahman Chairman, Centre for Foreign Affairs Studies (CFAS) Please Check Against Delivery 37 years is a relatively long time to build up a viable economic relationship between two neighboring countries- Bangladesh & Myanmar. Let us take stock of what we have institutionally done so far1. Before independence (in 1966), an agreement to demarcate land boundary was signed with Myanmar; 2. In 1980, border agreement for cooperation was signed; 3. In 1988, an agreement for demarcation...

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Geo-Political & Geo-Economical Significance of Bangladesh

ABSTRACT Bangladesh is a very small country with a large population. The geo-economics of a country is very important for their development. But there is a question about geo economical potential. If we want to develop our self, we must know how to make proper use of geo economical potentiality. GEO-ECONOMICS Aristotle consider the geo economical conditions which the territory of a state must fulfill ,at which point he expresses preference for a state territory which would permit autarky and discuss...

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Positive & Negative Impact of Safta on Bangladesh

6. 0. Positive Impact of SAFTA in Bangladesh I. Increases Bangladesh’s Trade Volumes with SAARC The volumes of imports from SAARC countries as well as the exports of Bangladesh to SAARC countries from fiscal year 1997/98 until fiscal year 2007/08 is provided in following (Table-1) and graphically illustrated in Figure 1. Clearly, as part of the overall increase in trade volumes, Bangladesh’s exports to SAARC countries have grown moderately and Bangladesh’s imports from SAARC countries have increased...

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Marketing Mix of Walton Group of Bangladesh

Marketing mix of Walton Group of Bangladesh Executive Summary: This report was commissioned to analyze and evaluate performance and future prospects of Walton in a growing domestic electronic market.The research reveals that in a continuously growing market, Walton has become a reliable name for customers. Countrywide network, inclination towards quality and dedicated team of employees are the main causes of its success. Though it had started business with home appliances, yet it has always been...

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Tourism in Bangladesh

Term paper On Tourism in Bangladesh On ENG 101 Submitted to Farhana Zareen Bashar Lecturer Dept. of English East West University Submitted by Name:Marufa khan ID :2009-3-10-043 DEPT:BBA Submission Date: East University West Introduction Tourism is often synonymous to traveling for pleasure and education. It is also a business of attracting tourists and providing for their accommodation and entertainment. In many countries, tourism is an industry for earning Inland Revenue and...

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'Eve Teasing in Bangladesh' -Causes and Remedies

Eve teasing in Bangladesh causing many women to commit suicide 16 ??? 2010 15.36.39 by ANI London, June 16 (ANI): Eve teasing in Bangladesh has taken such a heavy toll on the country’s women that the education ministry there has voted to have an “Eve Teasing Protection Day”. The announcement was made after the increasing concern over the worrying number of girls and women who have recently committed suicide in the country to escape eve teasing, a euphemism for sexual harassment. According...

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Bangladesh Rehabilitation Assistance Committee and Its Activities

Case Solution of Harvard business school about BRAC (Formerly known as Bangladesh Rehabilitation Assistance Committee) By Tuba Javeed The organization started its journey from rehabilitation of refugees in Bangladesh by help of a small team. It was aimed to develop self-reliance among the poor people by reducing poverty and empowering them. Now, BRAC is serving in diverse areas related to social progress. BRAC’s development activities consists of: the BRAC Development Program (BDP); the BRAC Education...

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Examining the Success of Microcredit in Bangladesh

Examining the Success of Microcredit in Bangladesh Microcredit, which provides small loans to those in poverty, has rapidly increased in third world countries, such as Bangladesh, over recent decades. Muhammad Yunus, who started a lending organization called the Grameen Bank, developed this program in the 1970s. There has been a great amount of success in reaching millions of borrowers, most of whom are women. The loans are often provided to pay for start-up costs of small businesses, and...

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Contact Details of Newspapers in Bangladesh

Magazine Apt – B1, House # 15 Road # 7, Gulshan 1 Dhaka 1212 Editor Hi WAY House 217, Lane 02 Baridhara DOHS Dhaka 1206 Ms. Rabeya Baby The Daily Ittefaq 40 Karwan Bazar (8th Floor) North of WASA Bhavan Dhaka 1203 Chaity Rahman Bangladesh Protidin 710 Bara Moghbazar Dhaka Mr. Taufique Apu Daily Janakantha 24/A New Eskaton Road Moghbazar Dhaka Ms. Isheta Char Dik Char Bela 34 Kamal Attaturk Avenue Dhaka 1213 Tel: 8810426...

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Causes and Impacts of flooding in an LEDC- Bangladesh 2007

Causes and Impacts of flooding in an LEDC- Bangladesh 2007 Introduction Bangladesh is located in the south of Asia. It is bordered by India to its north, west and east and by Burma to its south east. The Bay of Bengal is south of Bangladesh and the country lies on the fertile Bengal Delta. The map below shows the location of Bangladesh and shows the two rivers; the Brahmaputra and the river Ganges running through Bangladesh. In July and august 2007 both Bangladesh and India suffered from severe flooding...

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Geo Political Potential of Bangladesh in Context of South Asia

countries(India and Pakistan) etc* this region is South Asia *.South Asia is Surrounded by Middle east, Easternasia ,Centralasia Southeasternasia,Indian Ocean and the Himalayas ,is composed 8 countries (Bangladesh , India, Nepal , Bhutan , Pakistan, Sri Lanka , Maldives and Afghanistan) . Bangladesh Bangladesh is a small and naturally beautiful Country .It is surrounded by India , Myanmar and the Bay of Bengal , for this reason it is called bridge between South Asia and East Asia as a result its...

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Corporate Social Responsibility of Banking Sector in Bangladesh

Assignment on Corporate social responsibility of banking sector in Bangladesh. Submitted To: Rubina Afroz Lecturer ASA University Bangladesh Submitted By: Kedar Nath Roy 091-12-0203 BBA 6th batch Section FIN 6B ASA University Bangladesh Date of submission: 24th June, 2012 Executive Summary banks are paying more to their CSR activities but not so much as their earnings increases. Common CSR practices in Bangladesh by different organization are centered on mainly poverty alleviation...

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Student Politics in Bangladesh

Introduction Statement Of the problem The purpose of this report is to find out the condition of “The Side of Student Politics in Bangladesh” Objective of this report There are some objectives of this report 1. To gain practical knowledge 2. To submit this report 3. To know About the negative side of student politics 4. To get exemplary grade 5. To gather experience for future Methodology The report information has been collected from both primary and secondary sources...

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Transportation Problem and Solution in Case of Bangladesh

Transportation Problem and Solution in Case of Bangladesh An adequate and efficient transport system is a pre-requisite for both initiating and sustaining economic development. Investment in improving transport efficiency is the key to expansion and integration of markets - sub-national, national and international. It also helps the generation of economies of scale, increased competition, reduced cost, systematic urbanization, export-led faster growth and a larger share of international...

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Impact of Rmg Sector in Economy of Bangladesh

the main export items. Things have changed in the last 20-25 years and Bangladesh has switched to second gear from agricultural sector to manufacturing sector. Tea or jute is no more the main export- readymade garments (RMG) has replaced them. About 3.0 million people are directly related while another 20 million people are indirectly involved in the RMG sector. According to a World Trade Organisation (WTO) report, Bangladesh ranked fourth in global apparel exports in 2007. In that same year the...

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Bangladesh and Garments Manufacture Products

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Best Sme Practices Bangladesh May Replicate

Practices Bangladesh May Replicate Md Joynal Abdin Program Officer (Research) SME Foundation, Bangladesh At the conference titled "D-8 Taskforce Meeting on SME", held in Dhaka on October 09, 2012, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Nigeria and Turkey presented papers on SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) Development in their countries. Let us have a look at the notable features of the presentations and identify the best practices of the D-8 member-states that Bangladesh may replicate ...

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Rivers of Bangladesh

Rivers of BAngladesh The rivers of Bangladesh mark both the physiography of the nation and the life of the people. About 700 in number, these rivers generally flow south. The larger rivers serve as the main source of water for cultivation and as the principal arteries of commercial transportation. Rivers also provide fish, an important source of protein. Flooding of the rivers during the monsoon season causes enormous hardship and hinders development, but fresh deposits of rich silt replenish the...

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Bangladesh authority sitting on draft GI Act

 http://theindependentbd.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=159061:bangladesh-authority-sitting-on-draft-gi-act&catid=169:op-ed&Itemid=201 Bangladesh authority sitting on draft GI Act Print Edition Top of Form User Rating: / 0  PoorBest  Bottom of Form Op-ed SATURDAY, 09 MARCH 2013 AUTHOR / SOURCE: M S SIDDIQUI There are two burning issues of GI to understand the Geographical Indication. RiceTec, a Texas-based  US company,  in  1997, patented  some  types  of  rice ...

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Bangladesh Launches National Tree Plantation Movement

Bangladesh launches national tree plantation movement 0 CommentsPrint E-mail Xinhua, June 2, 2010 Adjust font size: Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Tuesday inaugurated a three-month National Tree Plantation Movement-2010 and one-month National Tree Fair-2010 with a call to plant at least three saplings by each individual on all open spaces to protect environment and biodiversity. "I call upon you all including the people's representatives, government officials and people from all...

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Financial Statements Analysis of Berger Paints Bangladesh Ltd

Dhaka and Chittagong Stock Exchanges of Bangladesh. 1.1 Origin of The Study: This report has been prepared as a part of the internship program which is an integral part of the BBA program under the Dept. of Accounting & Information Systems in the Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka. The organization attachment was started on 2nd March, 2008 and ended on 1st June, 2008. This report on “Financial Statements Analysis of Berger Paints Bangladesh ltd.” was assigned by academic supervisor...

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Ibs Report About Foreign Entry Mode in Bangladesh Perspective

Letter of Transmittal SEPTEMBER 15 2012 Golam Md Forkan FBA IBS 345 Section 04 Eastern University Dear Sir, We, the student of your class from the project group have completed our assignment on Foreign Entry mode in Bangladesh perspective according to your large specifications and would like to submit our assignment. We would also like to draw your kind attention to the fact that we have tried our level best to gather and organize all the information needed for this particular project...

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Analysis of Electronics Market of Bangladesh and Butterfly

by students!. Join Essays24.com and get instant access to Market Analysis Of Butterfly and over 30,000 other Papers and Essays Category: Business Autor: anton 06 May 2011 Words: 1269 | Pages: 6 1.1 Introduction Just only few years ago people of Bangladesh was not so familiar with the generator or even with the motorcycles. At that time to them these were luxurious product. But in the last few years the scenario has changed completely. Generator or motorcycle is no longer luxurious product to them...

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Disaster of Bangladesh

consumers must take a share of the responsibility for the deaths in the Bangladeshi clothing factory. By: David Blair Published By: The Telegraph Date: 25 Apr 2013 Summary: This article is about the distressing incident which took place in Bangladesh where 228 people died in the fall down of eight storey’s Rana Plaza. Rana Plaza had shops, offices and factories crowded with many people. But due to its substandard construction building got collapsed and fell down killing many people. While...

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Bangladesh Automated Cheque Processing System (Bacps)

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Governance with ICT towards MDG a study on Jessore District Administration, Bangladesh

The modern world is running to become a knowledge based society by 2015. Bangladesh is not out of this. Bangladesh Government proclaimed the vision, targeted to add with the information highway to all in the election Manifesto ‘2008 declared of digital Bangladesh. In this election Manifesto first declared vision 2021 with the aim to develop Bangladesh into a digital country by that the next decade. The government and the organizations become more interested in technologies and overseas consultancies...

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