Performance Evaluation on Ncc Bank Ltd.

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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 origin of the report I started my internship on National Credit & Commerce Bank Limited –NCCBL Motijheel Branch on 19th September and ended on 19th December 2013. Throughout my internship period Fatima Satter, Lecturer of Eastern University was my academic supervisor and Md.Ayub Assistant Vice President &MD.Masum Manager Operation was my field supervisor. A study on a particular topic is a mandatory part of the internship program. I was authorized to make a study on the “performance evaluation on National Credit & Commerce Bank Limited”. In this whole study I tried to connect my own financial knowledge to the financial data of. I tried my level best to produce a quality study on “Performance evaluation on National Credit & Commerce Bank Limited”. 1.2 Problem Statement & Justification
The financial performance evaluation on bank is unknown. The reason for the research was to do a pilot study and we wanted to identify bank’s financial data analysis or change in year by year. By this study Bank organization can make better decision to improve their growth and to compare the competitor they visualize their position.
1.3Limitations of the study
It was a great opportunity for me to work in NCC Bank limited as an Intern and a make a study on the financial performance analysis of it but there were surely some limitations while making this study. They are-

* Difficulty in accessing latest data of internal operations for data security. * Since the bank personnel are very busy with their activities, as a result they were unable to provide much information about the study. * As I have done this kind of study for the first time and the subject matter is very complex that’s why it was difficult to organize the study in a simple manner. * Besides all these “Time constraint” is another problem for which many aspects of…...

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