An Analysis on Ob Application of Emotions & Moods: the Case Study of Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited

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An analysis on OB application of Emotions & Moods: The case study of Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited

A Term Paper on An analysis on OB application of Emotions & Moods : The case study of Shahjalal Islami Bank limited Course Name : Organizational Behavior Course Code : F-301 Submitted To: Samia Sultana Tani Professor Department of Finance Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka Submitted By: Group No: Submission Date: 1st July,2015

[ ii ] Group Profile:

SL No. | Name | ID | Marks | 1 | Shaidur Rahman | 19-059 | | 2 | Niaz Mohammad | 19-061 | | 3 | Sharmin Jahan | 19-085 | | 4 | Momtaz Jahan | 19-091 | | 5 | Ferdaus Akter | 19-117 | | 6 | Mosavvir Al Ashick | 19-131 | | 7 | Sampa Mandol | 19-153 | | 8 | Shanjida Shoma | 19-195 | | 9 | Tahsinun Nur | 19-203 | | 10 | Sumaya Eysmin | 19-205 | |

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Acknowledgement

First of all we express our gratitude from heart to the Beneficent, the Merciful & Almighty Allah for giving us the strength and patience to prepare this term paper within the programmed time. We are deeply indebted to our course teacher, Samia Sultana Tani , Professor , Department of Finance, Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka, for her co-operation and precious contribution in preparing the report. It gave us the opportunity to know and prepare the report. We have taken help from internet & various books. We are thankful to those authors for the help we have gathered from their resourceful work.

Letter of Transmittal

1st July 2015 Samia Sultana Tani Professor, Department of Finance Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka Dear sir, Subject: Submission of report.…...

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