Measuring effectiveness and efficiencies of training and development practices and policies of First Securities Islami Bank Limited
AuthorAhmed, Syed Salman
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First Security Islami Bank Limited is a renowned Islamic Shariah private bank of Bangladesh. I worked as an intern in their Mohammadpur Branch for 3 months. In this report, I have given a detailed description about the learnings I had working with the bank. In addition, I also explained the problems and difficulties I faced while doing my internship. In addition, I described about the overview of the organization and various business practices and training and development policies which is implemented by the bank. Moreover, the main and prime objective of this internship report is to measure the effectiveness and efficiencies about the training and development practices and policies of FSIBL. For this project work I have used an observational research where the primary tools and sources are interviews, surveys. First Security Islami Bank LTD. is a financial institution which is based on Islamic Shariah. FSIBL uses latest technology to keep the customers happy and satisfied. Currently FSIBL bank has around 40 ATM booths all around Dhaka. This ATM booth has been set up by the bank authority so that customers can get service beyond office hours. The philosophy of the bank is “SHABAR JONNE SHOBSHOMOY.” The main motive behind this philosophy is to create a poverty free Bangladesh. The bank wants to help people by creating a society where there is harmony and social justice between male and female workers.