A Internship Report on Habib Bank Limited

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HABIB BANK LIMITED Session 2007-09 Submitted To: Submitted By: SAJID VIRK Roll No.238 MBA DEPARTMAENT OF MANAGEMENTS The Islamia University of Bahawalpur PREFACE Internship is an essential part of MBE programmed and this provides us the practical knowledge of our theoretical concepts about the business. Internship is a way to get experience practically in some organization. This is the way to understand the working environment of some good organization. I did my internship in HABIB BANK LIMITED in circular road Branch Bahawalpur . During the internship I got the experience to work in different departments as remittances, cash, deposit etc. Through this I learned a lot and I also made clear my…show more content…
In 2003 Government of Pakistan announced the privatization of HBL to Agha Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED) with 51% shares. The Bank has improved its technology according to the current requirements in banking sector. HBL is currently offering Phone banking, internet banking, online funds transfer, Pay order, Demand Draft and ATM facilities, car loans, leasing, debit and credit cards etc. According to the requirement of department internship program I did my six week internship at HBL Farid Gate Branch Bahawalpur. ACKNOWLDGEMENT I thank to my “Allah” with gratitude, who gave me knowledge and courage to complete this task and assignment with full devotion and consistency. I also thanks to all my teachers whose guidance made me capable of understanding all the things . During my internship I gained sufficient practical knowledge and experience of HBL functions & their processes. I learned much during my internship by the experienced employees of HBL. I thank to all the staff of HABIB BANK LIMITED circular road BRANCH BAHAWALPUR, who guided me and gave me sufficient knowledge about HBL and the banking sector of Pakistan. I especially thanks to Malik Qamar Jawad (Branch Manager of HBL circular road Branch Bahawalpur). INTRODUCTION [pic] In 1947, at the time of independence there were only 487 offices of scheduled banks in Pakistan. The central bank was The Reserve Bank of India. There were 19 non-

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