A study about impact of BRAC Bank Limited on women empowerment
AuthorPrince, Md. Tanvir Hasan
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Banks have a fundamental impact the economic advancement of a nation. As, a completely operational commercial bank BRAC Bank Limited has developed as a market leader in the SME financing by helping the unexplored market niche. This report is a requirement for the successful fulfillment of my internship program ag BRAC Bank Limited (Head Office). This report can divide into two main sections: First part includes, a short depiction about the association, corporate mission, vision, values and CSR activities. This part likewise incorporates a short insight about my duties I was required to execute as an intern. Also, in this part the main premise of the report and the conduct methodology and limitations were discussed in brief details. The second part depends of the point of this report “A study on TARA segment of BRAC BANK Limited”. This part gives a complete overview of the economy of Bangladesh, its population and the active workforce in the country. It also includes, some scenarios about the socio-cultural economic picture of our women. Various summaries and studies have been included there to give a complete picture of women in our country. Then contributions of BRAC Bank Limited was discussed and how they are helping our country to grow as a nation by helping our women. TARA a product of banking has been discussed in grave details and their contributions towards empowering women was main topic for the second part. Various help was taken form many people and they were discussed in detail and some success stories of TARA segment was mentioned as well to showcase its effectiveness. In the later part of the internship report details about my internship period, what I learned form that and how they have helped me to stand out from the crowd and their lasting impact was mentioned. Details about internship division and their work have been discussed as well. Lastly, this report includes some recommendations by how they can remain competitive in the business and still will be able to help women to be self-sufficient.