A Project Report on Habib Bank Ltd's Management Information Systems

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“HABIB BANK LTD”

“MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM OF HABIB BANK”
SUBMITTED TO: SIR NASEEM QAISER SUMITTED BY:
MUHAMMAD FAISAL MASOOD HASSAN ALI HAMMAD

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EMAILS:

faisy.qureshi@gmail.com hassan.hammad85@yahoo.com

“TABLE OF CONTENTS”

Sr.No Contents 01 02 03 04 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Acknowledgement Introduction And History of HBL Organizational Chart of HBL Management Information system Hardware used by HBL Software used by HBL Database Management Networking Online Presence Security and Backup Conclusion And Recommendation References

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“ACKNOWLEDGEMENT”
In the name of Allah the praiseworthy,
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It had been decided that the Reserve Bank of India would continue to function in Pakistan so that the problem of demand

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“HABIB BANK LTD” and time liabilities, coinage, currencies, exchange rate etc be settled between India and Pakistan and the Indian Notes would continue to be legal tender in Pakistan till 30th September, 1948. Again due to certain differences between Indian Pakistan, the Indian Govt., withheld Pakistan's share of Rs.75 core in forward and subscribed heavily to the Govt. of Pakistan to the tide over the crises, Payment was made to the Govt., by the Bank at a very nominal rate of interest, even before the actual issue of securities. At a time when this newly born country was at whirlwind of crises, it was HBL which fulfilled generously the financial needs of all its sectors, paid salaries to the employees of all Govt. departments, helped in establishment of State Bank of Pakistan, which the Quaid-e-Azam inaugurated on July 1s,1948. HBL after partition opened its branches throughout Pakistan to provide finance and other facilities to the business community. In association with HBL, the Govt. sponsored Pakistan Finance Corporation Limited for financing of cotton. The Bank helped handsomely in the construction of WARSAK DAM PROJECT, WAPDA, & K.D.A. by provided finance and other facilities.
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