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The objective of CRMGS is to raise the global competitiveness of the RMG sector of Bangladesh by conducting and disseminating empirical research findings to the stakeholders

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A Seminar on Research Publication

October 11, 2018

On 11th October 2018 Department of Finance organized a seminar on PUBLISHING STRATEGIES FOR RESEARCHERS: THE ROADS LESS TRAVELLED for the faculty members of School of Business by Dr Md Mahafuzur Rahman, Senior Lecturer of Finance, Faculty of Business and Accountancy, University of Malaya. He talked about the classification of…

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A Talk on Risk Management of the Banking Sector of Bangladesh

October 10, 2018

On 9th October 2018 Department of Finance invited Mr Rajesh Barua SVP and Head of Retail Underwriting and Risk Management of BRAC Bank Ltd, as guest speaker for the courses Business Finance and Banking and Finance. He talked about the underwriting process of the banking sector in processing loan and…

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“Paper Presentation on Gender Studies: Global Perspective”

October 9, 2018

Ms. Nuzhat Sharmeen, Lecturer, Department of Economics presented a paper at the “International Gender Studies Conference 2018: Gender Studies in a Global Perspective” held in Bangkok, Thailand on 4th -5th October, 2018. Ms. Sharmeen presented a paper titled “Policy Differences for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka” at…

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