No of ATM booth: 42
JAMUNA Bank Ltd. bears a unique history of its own. Theorganization started its journeyIn the financial sector of the country as an investment companyback in 3
June, 2001. The aim of the company was to mobilize resources from within andinvest them in such way so as to develop country’s Industrial and Trade Sector and playing a catalyst role in the information of capitalmarket as well. Its membership with the browse helped thecompany to a great extent in the regard. This bank signing withshore cap as invest 29
November 2000, first ATM installed 3
April, 2005, phone banking operating 31
August, 2010,commencement of share trading in DSE and CSE in 26
July, 2007,credit card launching in 4
April 2008, Online banking servicestarted in 5
April, 2005. Now their have 64 branches, 42 ATMbooths, 06 deposit Booth, Our total number of employ is 3000 in ourorganization, 2007-2008 financial year total profited is 1.60 hundredcores. The bank has set up a new standard in financing in theIndustrial, Trade and retail banking unit develop credit productshave also attracted the clients-both corporate and individuals whofeel comfort in doing business with the bank.
OBJECTIVE OF THE REPORT:
Objectively, obtaining the knowledge oriented with practicalworking level is obvious to be efficient. So, the report’s objective is togather practical knowledge about general banking systems in Bangladesh.By Internship period, my target is to set an effective knowledge about“
Jamuna Bank Limited”
in my mind to help to complete my report. There are also some specific objectives for this report as follows:
To describe banking products of Jamuna Bank Ltd.
To describe how job satisfaction is processed by Jamuna Bank Ltd
To identify the problems related with employee job satisfaction of Jamuna Bank Ltd.
To make some recommendation to overcome the problems
METHODOLOGY OF THE REPORT:
In order to make the Report more meaningful and presentable, twosources of data and information have been used widely. The datacollection method of this study consisted of both primary and secondarysources. Majority of the information was collected from secondary sources