Performance in Pooling of funds, making of portfolios and Dividend policy of Investment Corporation of Bangladesh (ICB)

Investment Corporation of Bangladesh (ICB) being a statutory corporation is mainly an investment bank. As an investment bank is a financial institution, which mobilizes fund from the surplus economic units and develops funds to the deficit economic units.

The main objective of ICB is to encourage and broaden the bases of investment, to develop the capital market and to accelerate the mobilization of fund.

The study has mainly concerned with the performance of ICB in three broad functional areas like: pooling of funds, making of portfolios and formulating and implementing a sound dividend policy. In doing the study, in depth analysis has been conducted on these three main issues. First of all, the company analysis and the profiles have been done to have an idea about the company. In this regard, The objectives of the company, basic functions, business policies, manpower’s and different business areas of ICB has been explained. Meanwhile, the company’s management and administration part has also been included in the begging part of the report where company’s institutional and regulatory framework has been explained along with the human resources.

Problems and Prospects of MIS in Bangladesh- A perspective study on SME

Today it is widely recognized that information systems knowledge is essential for managers as most organizations need information systems to survive and prosper. An information system has many applications, MIS is one of them. Management information systems (MIS) is a specific category of information system that provides the required information to the management on a regular basis. It can be defined as collecting and processing of raw data into useful information and its dissemination to the user in the required format. In fact a full MIS includes all the systems that are designed to furnish management with information to assist in making decisions and to manage organizations efficiently and effectively.

Research Paper On Rape in Bangladesh-Perception of Students of Dhaka University

Violence against women is a common social phenomenon all over the world. It is not a problem for women only, but also a great obstacle in the path of world peace, progress and development. It is one of main hindrance in the process of establishing social equality and justice. It is thought that “women’s rights around the world are an important indicator to understand global well-being.”1 Violence against women refers to any private or public act that is likely to humiliate their physical, cultural, religious and traditional values, which perpetuate patriarchal attitudes at different levels of society and restrict human empowerment. In their underpowered state, women have minimal access to material resources and as such lack autonomy and decision-making authority. From philosophical view, “women were, historically, the first oppressed group.”2 In Bangladesh women are victimized by different kinds of violence. Most common acts of violence are torture, acid throwing, dowry, kidnapping. Among these types rape is one and the most important issue. As an ongoing social problem Rape is on dreadful increase in the recent time.

Internship Report On Small and Medium Enterprise Financing of Uttara Bank Limited

In recent days the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Financing has become an important area for Commercial Banks in Bangladesh. Uttara Bank-one of the largest and oldest private-sector commercial bank in Bangladesh, with the better experience. 216 branches at home and 600 affiliates worldwide create efficient networking and reach capability. It is most important to mention that, though it is the largest private bank in the Bangladesh but they doing their job totally manually. Historically, Bangladesh followed a development strategy in which private investment was controlled through a host of regulations involving investment sanctioning, credit disbursement, import licensing, foreign exchange allocation, etc. While these regulatory barriers thwarted private investment in general, the impact fell unevenly on SMEs. In the year 2005 the GDP growth in our country was registered at 6.9 per cent. The largest growth came from industrial sector, which is 8.5 per cent. The large-medium and small-scale industry grew by 8.7 per cent and 7.9 percent respectively. Uttara Bank Limited has offer a broad array of innovative financial services to match the specific requirement of the client ranging from large corporate houses, Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) to private individuals. As credit application requires availability adequate information, most of the SMEs do not have adequate information. They do not maintain their financial statement appropriately of the business; even they do not feel the necessity of doing so. That’s why Banks are not getting appropriate information regarding their business and themselves as well. Bangladesh has 47 banks and 29 non-bank financial institutions. As of June, the outstanding SME loans stood at Tk 360,564 crore, which is 20.12 percent of the total loans and advances.

Rabies Elimination in Bangladesh

Rabies is a viral disease that causes acute inflammation of the brain in warm-blooded animals. The virus of the disease can be transmitted from one species to another, such as from dogs to humans, commonly by a bite from an infected animal. More than two thousand people die of rabies in Bangladesh every year (Wikipedia). Though the fatalities are preventable through right remedies, it is a rumor that “Once infected with rabies death is inevitable. But the fatal disease is totally preventable with the help of vaccines. According to FDA. Nearly 10,000 people take treatment of human rabies by taking anti-rabies vaccine in Bangladesh. (Briefing newsmen, senior product manager of Renata). In 80 percent cases of rabies, hydrophobia (fear of water) and aerophobia (fear of air) occur while in rest 20 per cent cases it is paralysis. Infected people die a hard death in cases of rabies. World Health Organization (WHO) spends more resources for rabies program in countries like Laos where annual cases hardly reach double figures while in Bangladesh the international organization hardly has any program.(The Bangladesh Observer, July 27, 2004).

Assignment on Sino- Asean Security Cooperation

As a student in International Relations Studies, I have often valued relations between states and regional forum to understand the socio/economic/political situation of the present. Despite the fact that the topic of this assignment is focusing primarily on SINO-ASEAN security relations since the end of the cold war. China's past role in the area turns out to be an important factor in explaining the behavior of Southeast Asia countries as well as China itself. The historical and political relationships between China and the region to the south date back almost two thousand years.

Financial statement analysis and valuation of national tubes limited

The project on Financial Statements Analysis and Valuation has been a very good experience. Every investor whether individual or organization have conducted Financial Statements Analysis and Valuation in their investment and managerial decisions. An individual or organization investor’s expected return can be earned by conducting Financial Statements Analysis and Valuation efficiently.

This project is a sincere effort to study and analyze the Financial Statements Analysis and Valuation of National Tubes Ltd. The project focused on making a financial overview of the company by conducting Financial Statements Analysis and Valuation analysis of National Tubes Ltd for the 2008 to 2012 and & various other industry and macroeconomic analysis correlated with the analysis.

Assignment on Asean-China Economic Relations in the Twenty-First Century

Foreign trade is an important driving force for the economic development of China and ASEAN. In the 1990s, both China and ASEAN achieved high growth rates in foreign trade. During the decade from 1991 to 2000, China’s foreign trade grew at an average annual rate of 15 per cent. In 2000, China’s exports amounted to US $249.2 billion and its imports totaled US $225.1 billion. During the period from 1993 to 2000, ASEAN’s foreign trade grew at an average annual rate of 10.9 per cent, although the rate was lowered during the financial crisis. In 2000, ASEAN-China trade totaled US $39.5 billion growing by an average of 20.4 percent annually since 1991 when overall trade amounted to only US $ 7.9 billion. China’s exports to ASEAN grew from US $ 4.1 billion in 1991 to US $ 17.3 billion in 2000 while its imports from ASEAN grew from US $ 3.8 billion in 1991 to US $ 22.2 in 2000.