Case Study Of Janata Bank

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ANALYSIS OF PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF REMITTANCE SERVICES IN PUBLIC BANKING SECTOR OF BANGLADESH

A STUDY ON
JANATA BANK LIMITED
AN INTERNSHIP REPORT ON

“Analysis of Problems and prospects of remittance services in public banking sector in Bangladesh” A case study on Janata Bank Limited.

Submitted to:
The Department of Finance
Jagannath University,Dhaka

Submitted by:
Shah Rezaul Hasan
Roll. M120203042
Session.2012-13
Reg no.082305
Department of finance
Jagannath university,Dhaka

Under the supervision
Of
Mr. Md. Hashibul Hassan
Assistant Professor
Department of Finance,
Jagannath University,Dhaka

Submission date: Letter of Submittal

June 25, 2015
To
Mr. Md. Hashibul Hassan
Assistant Professor
Department of Finance,
Jagannath University,
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The Awards were presented by the Asian Bankers Association (ABA) and Bank Marketing Association of the Philippines (BMAP) in the Asia Pacific Bankers Congress (APBC) 2004 on March 26, 2004 in Manila, Philippines.

Janata Bank Limited gets “The Banker Award-2003” The Banker, an International Banking Magazine of the Financial Times group in London has selected Janata Bank Limited as “The Bank of the Year, 2003” among all other banks in Bangladesh. The Banker’s assessment for award is based on a number of criteria. Besides core data and results, the criteria include key growth and performance measures, the use of technology and particular achievement in the past and overall strategy, it may be mentioned that Janata Bank Limited could achieve the same award for the year
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The credit includes capital machinery and also running capital.

Rural Banking
The bank extends its loan facility to create employment and achieve economic growth in rural Bangladesh. It provides loan to farmers, fish and shrimp cultivators, and micro entrepreneurs. They may have loan for agro equipment and other expenditure related to production. All the efforts are targeted to employment generation and self employment. Well, all these loans are at easy terms.
Almost 80% of our population lives in rural areas. So their economic empowerment is a must for real and sustainable growth of our economy. So this bank works simultaneously to create employment and to alleviate poverty.
As the success of a micro credit program depends mainly on intensive supervision, the bank sometimes provides such credit in collaboration with other agencies. Collaborating GO or NGO provide supervisors.

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