Operations of Export Import Bank of Bangladesh Ltd.
AuthorGoni, Rafi Sadman
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A part of the Bachelor of Business Administration degree requirements include the internship report. My ninety days of employment with EXIM Bank Ltd. are the only basis for this report. I was given a position at the Panthapath Branch. This report is the result of my internship experience and provides a clear picture of my actions, learning, and performance over the entire internship experience. The report's introduction is the first section. The background, present performance, management group, and main functional areas were mostly covered in the introduction section. This section is particularly informative because it's important for any intern to understand the organization before joining it. The part that follows details my overall tasks and work from the internship. Here, I've focused primarily on my daily obligations and how much I was able to offer to the company. The result of the prior section is the following section. This emphasizes the work I've done and how much it has aided in my acquisition of practical knowledge of the banking industry. Different departments participate in completely different activities, so my learning varied for each. I have expanded on my interactions and bonds with the organization's staff in the section that follows. The challenges I encountered during my internship and how I overcame them are briefly described in the section that follows. Additionally, I've clarified the primary distinctions between academic and experiential learning. Without a doubt, this internship had a significant impact on my career path. This section is about where I had the opportunity to move forward because it got me thinking a lot about that. Finally, I have highlighted the findings and recommendations in the last few sections by outlining the changes I might have made if I had the chance to repeat the internship program.