Internship Report on Performance Evaluation of Private Commercial Banks in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study of Social Islami Bank Limited and SouthEast Bank Limited

As a student of Department of Banking, every student has to conduct a practical orientation i.e., Internship on any organization (preferably in banks) for fulfilling the requirements of the EMBA program. The main purpose of the program is to know the real world situation and to get a glimpse of the corporate culture. In this regard, I have the opportunity to submit the report from my experience while working as an Internee in Principal Branch of Social Islami Bank Ltd (SIBL). Only theoretical knowledge without any practical experience makes a person sterile. On the other hand a person having practical experience but no theoretical exposure keeps him blind. The internship program is designed to overcome such sterile position. Here, I got an opportunity to realize the relevance and usefulness of the classroom learning and day to day operational experience in Social Islami Bank Limited.
Obviously, the main subject of the topic involves the “Performance Evaluation of Private Commercial Banks in Bangladesh: A study on Social Islami Bank compared with SouthEast Bank Limited”.

There are several objectives for conducting this study. These are as follows:
 To evaluate the financial performance of Social Islami Bank Limited (SIBL) and SouthEast Bank Limited (SEBL)
 To have complete understanding of the ins and out of Social Islami Bank Limited (SIBL) and SouthEast Bank Limited (SEBL)
 To identify some of the shortcomings of SIBL
To come up with suggestion in order to improve performance of SIBL
The study mainly covers the Performance Evaluation of Social Islami Bank Limited (Islamic Bank) compared with SouthEast Bank Limited (Conventional Bank) and the study also covers the time period of from 2006 to 2008 (three years) for the overall performance analysis of both the banks.
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