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An Introduction to FBCCI and Its Contribution to Business in Bangladesh

A Term Paper

|Group : ……….. |
|Roll : 3-11-21-052 |: |Abul Kalam Azad |
|Roll : 3-11-21-055 |: |Narayan Chandra Saha |
|Roll : 3-11-21-061 |: |Manash Kumar Adhikary |
|Roll : 3-11-21-066 |: |Mir Zahid Hasan |
|Roll : 3-11-21- |: | |

Submitted to Mrs. Rumana Parveen
Course Instructor
Course No. EM 501: Introduction to Business

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of
Master in Business Administration in
Management Studies

The Martyrs
Freedom Fighters
Our Beloved Motherland


First of all, we thank specifically to our course instructor Mrs. Rumana Parveen for the guidance, assistance and direction she provided us for the completion of this term paper.

This term paper was made possible with the assistance of a number of websites at where various information regarding of the FBCCI was found. We thank the kind assistance offered to us by the officials of the computer center of the Department of Management Studies.

Finally, it’s a team effort of all the members of our group. We sincerely express our…...

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