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Report On Foreign Exchange Management Of Janata Bank Ltd.

By Amit

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This is an Internship Report. The subject of this report is "Forieng Exchange Management" of JANATA BANK LTD. This report covert all of the Foriegn Exchange and Remittance operations of JANATA BANK LTD.

 

The structure of internship reports vary, depending on the tasks which were assigned to the intern. Reporting on a work experience internship would focus primarily on the experiences and lessons learned from the working environment. However an internship report of a research internship might contain more academic insights such as a literature study, and might be structured more as a thesis.

 

This internship report was made by a student of AUST for his BBA Internship program. You can have a perfect guidline of how to write a report by this report. This report is given for your help.


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