bangladesh computer council - Department of Management Studies

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DR. A. F. M. AOWRANGAZAB
PROFESSOR
DEPT. OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF CHITTAGONG
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SHARMIN AKHTAR
EXAM ROLL:2006/108
 MD. SHAKH
MUSTAFA RAZIB
EXAM ROLL:2005/270
 FAHMIDA YEASMIN
EXAM ROLL:2006/110
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SHAIKH MEHADI
HASAN
EXAM ROLL:2005/75
 SABRINA IDRIS
EXAM ROLL:2006/60
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Entrepreneurs need various support services,
like infrastructural facilities, counseling ,
training, market promotion, information etc. to
start and run the businesses. Such services make
the job easier for the potential entrepreneurs .
In Bangladesh, both the govt & private
organizations are found to offer these services.
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UNIVERSITY OF
CHITTAGONG
BANGLADESH
COMPUTER COUNCIL
INDEPENDENT
UNIVERSITY OF
BANGLADESH
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TECHNICAL
TRAINING CENTER
BANGLADESH
INSTITUTE OF
MANAGEMENT
HAZI MOHAMMED
MOHSIN COLLEGE
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Dr. Mohammad Samsujoha,
Professor(Supernumerary) Of Management Studies,
Founder Of Business Administration Faculty
 It offers 4 Year Bachelor of Business Administration
(BBA) and 1 Year Masters of Business Administration
(MBA) degrees under the faculty of Business
Administration
 Faculty of Business Administration
Department of Accounting and Information System
Department of Management Studies
Department of Marketing
Department of Finance and Banking
Bureau of Business Research
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There
are several specialized courses provided
that help the students to build up
entrepreneurship e. g. introduction to business,
Entrepreneurship Development, Project
Management, financial Management, Business
Environment etc.
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•Established-2003
•Courses-7
•Duration-60
hour to 6 months
•Eligibility-Minimum H.S.C
•Cost-2000BDT TO 12000BDT
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•Courses
1.
3.
4.
Introduction to computer application
packages & programming
2.
Computer hardware
Maintenance & trouble shooting
Data communications & computer
networks
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Some incentives are given for help to the
students to build up the entrepreneur such
as-Motivation
-Low cost training
-Free training materials
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•Established-1992/1999
•3
programme
-BBA
-Engineering
-Liberal Arts
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•Eligibility-According
to UGC Rules
•Admission process
-Written
-VIVA
•Cost-5,50,000BDT
•Duration-4 years
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•The
consultancy provide to the student to build
up the entrepreneur is first one gain experience
through working as an employee and then start
one’s own business.
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•Courses-20
•Duratoin-3
months to 6 months
•Eligibility-Class-VIII
•Cost- 3000 BDT (Average)
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S.S.C
(VOC) candidates are given direction to
employ in a job.
Give job opportunity to the students in
deferent sector
Give “FEEDBACK” card to the job holder so
that it is possible to know ‘’who employ
where’’
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Trainer
who take their training from
TTC(TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER)
engage in different organizations in our
country rather than do a small business.
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SERIAL ORGANIZATIONS
NO
NAME
NUMBER OF
EMPLOYEES
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HOME DESIGN
07
2
CREATIVE
CONSULTANT
05
3
CHITTAGONG CITY
CORPORATIONN
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4
PING CITY
04
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CHITTAGONG
DEVELOPMENT
AUTHORITY
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6
BANGLADESH STIL &
RE-ROLING MILLS
80
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SERIAL NO
ORGANIZATIONS
NAME
NUMBER OF
EMPLOYEES
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UNILEVER
BANGLADESH LTD.
105
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P.H.P GROUP
50
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CONFIDENCE
CEMENT LTD.
10
10
S ALAM GROUP
45
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CHITTAGONG
TELEVISION
05
12
RANGS GROUP
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The origin of what today is known as the
Bangladesh Institute of Management (BIM)
can be traced back to 1961 when its precursor,
the Management Development Centre, East
Pakistan, was established. It is the outcome of a
tripartite project known as "East Pakistan
Management Development, Supervisory and
Instructor Training Centre".
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Administration and Organization :
The Board of Governors is the highest policy making
body of BIM. The Board provides the policy framework
for the Institute to operate, lays down operational
procedures and oversees and monitors its activities. The
Board of Governors of BIM consists of members drawn
from the government, business, trade associations, and
academics. The Secretary, Ministry of Industries,
Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh is
the Chairman of the Board.
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At present, the following post graduate diploma courses of one year
duration are offered by the Institute :
Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (PGDBM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Management (PGDFM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science (PGDCS)
Diploma in Social Compliance (DSC)
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Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource
Management
The diploma course in Human Resource Management is
designed to suit the requirements of labour and social
welfare officers, personnel managers and similar
officers/executives engaged in Human resource
management/ human resources management functions
and those desirous to make a career in Human resource
management. BIM has been offering this course since
1966-67. In current year, this course is renamed as Post
Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management.
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Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management
The diploma course in Business Management is designed
to suit the requirements of executives engaged in the
management of business enterprises. Multidisciplinary in
approach, the course is designed to encourage
development of knowledge and skills necessary to carry
out management functions of enterprises effectively and
efficiently. BIM has been offering this course since 2002.
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Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Management
The diploma course in Financial Management is
designed to suit the requirements of managers/executives
engaged in the functions and practices of financial
management, viz. Finance, Accounts, Audit, MIS, Cost
and Budget etc. The course is suitable for those who are
desirous to develop career in the field of Financial
Management. BIM has been organizing this course since
1994.
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Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management
BIM has been offering this diploma course from 1994. The
course is designed to suit the requirements of officers/executives
engaged in the management of marketing functions such as
sales, distribution, advertisement and sales promotion, customer
relations, export etc. The programme encourages to develop
knowledge and skill necessary to carry out the marketing
management functions effectively and efficiently.
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Hazi Mohammed Mohsin College is a government
college in Chittagong ,Bangladesh . The college is
named after Mohammed Mohsin in the 19th century. It
is located in college road, next to Chittagong
Government High School and opposite to Chittagong
College. Haji Mohammed Mohsin College , Chittagong
is renowned govt. educational institution of Bangladesh.
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There college / institution offers 4 courses which helps
to develop entrepreneur. The duration of the courses is
2 years to 4 years.
The admission process is first taken written test and
then viva is taken.
The cost may be tk. 10,000-Tk. 40,000.
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By developing self competencies and
managerial skills help to build up entrepreneur
in our country.
The ratio of male and female student is 60:40.
Nothing special consultancy provide for the
student to build up the entrepreneur.
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OTHERS
10%
ENTREPRENUER
9%
1st Qtr
2nd Qtr
3rd Qtr
4th Qtr
SETTLE
IN
ABROAD
23%
SERVICE
HOLDER
58%
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FOR INSTITUTIONS
 Provide motivation
 Free from political power
 Available raw materials
 Delegate responsibility for initiating
new activities
 Give priority to proper training
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Circulate success stories &
encourage upcoming entrepreneurs
Give financial support
Show trust to the new ideas
Encourage experimental attitude
Minimize administrative influence
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Thus , it is obvious that there are a number of
institutions , in one way or the other, involved in the
process of entrepreneurship development in the
country .But it is found that institutions responsible
for providing services to give impacts to
entrepreneurship in Bangladesh are not performing
at par
Family is an institution that has been performing a
great role in this sector. Survey proved that families
those carry the culture of business entrepreneurship
are playing roles from our country perspective.
Because members of these families are influenced to
be entrepreneur.
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