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Why CMA?

CMAs (Cost and Management Accountants) are forward looking, unlike traditional accountants who focus on reporting past performance. A CMA's role is geared towards assessing business possibilities, grasping opportunities and shaping the future of organizations. They will have the strategic insight to assess risk and make vital business decisions based on a robust understanding of the business environment.Cost and Management Accountants are typically qualified to engage in a wide variety of business CMAs (Cost and Management Accountants) are forward looking, unlike traditional accountants who focus on reporting past performance. Cost and Management Accountants are typically qualified to engage in a wide variety of business - related activities such as:

Working across the business interpreting financial data for non-financial manager Explaining the financial consequences of management decisions and suggesting possible courses of action Advising managers on the financial and economic implications of project management Making strategic decisions and formulating business strategies to create wealth and shareholder value Monitoring spending and the effectiveness of financial control Managing risk and business assurance Cost determination and financial control Evaluating existing financial information systems and suggesting improvements thereof Conducting internal business audits and preparing periodic financial statements for managers Explaining the impact of the competitive landscape. CMAs can also be self-employed as practising Cost and Management Accountants, Management Consultant, Cost Auditor, Tax Adviser, etc.

CMAs combine a high level of financial and management expertise with excellent business acumen and decision-making skills. This makes them essential to every business in all sectors covering Industry, Commerce, Government, Semi Government, Autonomous Bodies, Public Sector and not-for-profit Organizations.

Enrolment Statistics Students admission in July-December 2008 and January-June, 2009 The following figure shows the position of student's admission under coaching and correspondence courses over the last five years along with the year under report and level wise enrolment in 2008-2009 respectively. The registration of the students during the year was 4297.

Admission Procedures Admission Policy:

Graduate Students: has passed bachelor degree from any recognized university having at least 6 (six) points on the basis of passed academic results as per calculation. 5.00 Registration
5.1 Entry Test

5.1.1 Registration/Admission Requirement

Admission Policy :
(1) Graduate Students : has passed bachelor degree from any recognized university having at least 6 (six) points on the basis of past academic results as per calculation shown below : Division/Class Ist SSC/SSC Equivalent * HSC/HSC Equivalent * Bachelor Degree 3 3 2nd 2 2 3rd 1 1

Name of Examination

B.B.A (Hons., Pass or equivalent) Master Degree/MBA * * Points for SSC/HSC Equivalent will be as follows: 1) C.G.P.A. 3.5 to 5 2) C.G.P.A. 2.5 to below 3.5 3) C.G.P.A. below 2.5 * Points for BBA/MBA will be as follows: 1) C.G.P.A. 3 to 4 2) C.G.P.A. 2 to below 3 3) C.G.P.A. below 2

3 3

2 2

1 1

= 3 points = 2 points = 1 point

= 3 points = 2 points = 1 point

5.1.2 A candidate seeking registration as a student of the Institute shall be required to qualify an entry test designed to assess the general intelligence, knowledge of English and Arithmetic skills of the candidate. 5.1.3 Entry Test Rules The basic qualification required for appearing in the Entry Test is graduate (B.Com., B.Sc., B.A.). In case a candidate has appeared in the Final Examination of B.Com., B.Sc., or B.A. pass and honours course and is waiting for the declaration of results, he/she will be allowed to take the Entry Test. In case the candidate passes the Entry Test, registration will be granted only when he/she clears the degree examination. In case the candidate fails in the degree examination, his or her candidature shall be cancelled and he or she will not be allowed registration as a student of the Institute. The candidates having B. Com. (Honours), M. Com. from any Department, 4 year BBA with second division/class or CGPA at least 3.00, Graduation (pass) degree with 1st division, MBA, C.A., or Ph.D. degree will be exempted from Entry Test. Students may also get themselves enrolled in the Correspondence Course provided they have at least 6 points calculated on the basis as stated in para 6.1.1. Candidates seeking admission into CMA course will have to collect prescribed admission Application Form available at all centres by paying prescribed fee and to be submitted together with necessary certificates and photograph duly attested by gazetted officer. The Entry Test shall be held on the dates announced by the Institute. The candidates shall be required to prepare themselves for the Entry Test on their own. The candidates who do not qualify the Entry Test will be allowed to appear at the next Entry Test on payment of the prescribed Entry Test fee.

The successful result of any Entry Test will be valid only for admission in the same session of the Institute.

5.2

Admission

5.2.1 Admission Procedure Admission to the Foundation Course can be taken after passing the Entry Test for any session i.e., January-June or July-December. Forms for Registration, Enrollment and Exemption are available at all centres. Candidates are advised to obtain the required forms. While filling in these forms candidates must make sure that all the information required has been provided. Cross (X) the items which are not applicable. In the enrollment form, specifically state whether you want to be enrolled for the Coaching Course or the Correspondence Course (in case of coaching, state whether for Day or Evening programme). The students from overseas can take admission in the Foundation Course, without passing Entry Test. They are required to enroll themselves in Correspondence Course and complete 100% assignments of each subject of Foundation Course in order to become eligible to appear in the Examination. Students should fill in the Exemption Form in case they want to apply for exemption. Students of Professional Courses who are interested to enroll themselves in both correspondence and coaching course for different levels are advised to fill in two different forms, one for correspondence and the other for Coaching Course. 5.2.2 Documents to be attached Photostat copies of educational certificates and mark sheets from secondary school to graduation and post-graduation. 2 (two) passport and 2 (two) stamp size latest photographs. Copies of detailed grades sheet of required examination and the syllabus of the respective subject in case exemption is sought. Students are required to produce the original documents to the office of the Institute for attestation of copies thereof. There is Correspondence Course facilities only in Dhaka. The students from the towns other than Dhaka should send to Head Office (Dhaka) the prescribed forms along with copies of documents duly attested by gazetted officer. The overseas students should send the copies of required documents attested by the Bangladesh Embassy. In addition to above they should provide copies of passport and Visa. Identity cards are issued to every student on his enrollment for which he must submit two stamp size photograph and pay requisite fee to the Institute. The card must be carried by the student at all time and shown daily at the time of the examination or whenever required. The students will take up enrollment under the syllabus in Foundation Level which is of six months duration. But the student getting exemption in some subjects or all subjects of Foundation

Course will be allowed to take admission simultaneously into Foundation Course and Professional Level-I. Students are also allowed to take admission in two levels at a time but to avail of this opportunity he must go in sequence i.e., he will not be allowed to take admission in Professional Level-II without passing all subjects of Foundation Level in full and so on. 5.2.3 Your Inquires For all educational mattes relating to Coaching or Correspondence Course, contact nearest Branches or Coaching Centres or Education Department, ICMAB, Dhaka. For Exemption and Examination matters, write to Head of Department, Education and Examination, ICMAB Dhaka respectively. Note Always quote your registration number and class roll number/correspondence course number with your full address whenever you write to the Institute, otherwise it may cause delay in replying to your queries. Make sure that you have received the Institutes Identity Card and Correspondence Course materials, if you are a Correspondence Course student. Students not receiving the above listed items within 15 days of their registration/enrollment are advised to contact the Education Department, ICMAB Head Office, Dhaka. Examination

The following regulations cover the eligibility requirements for sitting in an ICMAB examination:
7.1 Eligibility

The following regulations cover the eligibility requirements for sitting in an ICMAB examination: Students who are enrolled under the coaching course programme in a particular session, are required to attend at least 75% lectures in the class and to pass 60% class test to the satisfaction of the teachers concerned. Class test programmes are provided to the students by their respective teachers. Students who are enrolled under the Correspondence Course programme are required to submit all their assignments (100%) before filling up examination form and obtain 60% marks in each assignment. Students having less than 75% attendance or submitting less than 100% assignment, may be allowed to sit the examination by paying the specific amount of fine as per regulation of the Institute. a. A student will have to appear all subjects of a particular level at a time and single subject pass will be countable of the level at one sitting. Examination centres at present are at Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Khulna and Comilla. Examination centres may also be organised in foreign countries at the request of the registered students, provided sufficient candidates apply to sit for the examination. The dates and centres of examinations are regulated and published by Council of the Institute.

b. The examination of five levels must be taken in correct sequence. However, a student may be allowed to appear at examination for two consecutive levels viz. Foundation Level and Professional Level-I or Professional Level-I & II and so on. No subject of Professional Level-II may be attempted until Foundation Level has been completed by way of successful examination or exemption. No subject of Professional Level-IV may be attempted until Foundation Level, PL-I & PL-II have been completed by way of successful examination or exemption.

7.2

Examination Application Examinations are generally conducted twice in June and December each year. Application for admission to an examination is to be submitted by the candidates on the prescribed form, which may be obtained from the Head Office or any Regional/Branch Office or any of the coaching centres of the Institute. Applications providing complete details required on both sides of the form, be sent, so as to reach the Head Office or Branches/Coaching Centres and so on by the prescribed date. Applications for examination are to be accepted only if all the requirements including payment of all dues, have been complied with and the Finance department/Education department must have verified the compliance. All outstanding dues including Annual Subscription must be paid along with Examination Application. Candidates are advised to write their full name as well as mailing address on the examination forms legibly and in Block Letters. Candidates in service are advised to give their office address alongwith designation. Examination forms which do not meet these requirements are liable to be rejected.

7.2.1 Communication of Examination Results Notification in writing of the results of each examination will be hung in the Notice Board. The Institute does not enter into correspondence with students as to the reasons for failure in an examination and no application is accepted for review of examination results. Following grades are provided on the result slip against the subjects in order to show performance: Grade-A Pass Standard Grade-B Not upto pass standard Grade-C Considerably below pass standard Grade-D Poor Standard Grade-E Very Poor Standard

The result of those students who qualify in the final examination of the Institute is published in the Official Gazette of Bangladesh. Any candidate who has failed to pass an examination to the satisfaction of the Examination Committee may offer himself again on any subsequent occasion, provided that he has to pass all the examinations of the Institute within a period of ten years from the date of his registration as a student. Failure to pass all the examinations within the said period of ten years or the extended period shall entail cancellation of registration unless otherwise decided by the Council. 7.3 Instructions to the Examinees On receipt of their Admit Card/Slip the candidates are advised to check the particulars entered therein. Inaccuracies, if any, must be brought immediately to the notice of the Head of Department (Examination). A candidate who is late by more than thirty minutes is not allowed to appear/enter the examination premises. Similarly no examinee shall be allowed to leave the examination hall earlier than one hour after the commencement of the examination. 7.4 Payment of Fees A student seeking registration with the Institute are to pay Registration fee, Admission fee, Tuition fee, Annual subscription, Library Card fee, Identity Card fee, Semester fee etc. as determined by the authority from time to time. Tuition fee paid on enrolment for subject(s) will not be refunded to any student in case he discontinues his studies and it will be lapsed to the Institute. In case he joins coaching classes during next or subsequent years, he will be required to pay full tuition fees and his previous payments on account of fees will not be adjusted. Those students who have already completed 75% lecture attendance in certain subjects during previous year and if they intend to re-enroll under the same subjects to up-date their studies through coaching classes in the current year, they will be charged tuition fees prescribed for these subjects. Those students who enrolled during previous years under coaching classes but could not complete their attendance and did not pay 100% coaching dues during the year of enrolment and left classes un-attended, they will be required to pay full tuition fees for the current year in one installment only in case they re-enroll under the same courses. 7.5 Methods of payment of fees All dues and fees must be paid in one of the following methods: i. For payment at Head Office, Dhaka. a. by payment to designated Bank of the Institute.

b. by Pay Order/Demand Draft crossed in the name of the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Bangladesh, payable at Dhaka. ii. For payment at Branches or Coaching Centres a. by payment to designated Bank of the respective branch/coaching centre of the Institute. b. Pay Order/Demand Draft crossed in the name of the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Bangladesh payable at the branch or Coaching Centres. iii. Personal Cheque, Money Order, Postal Order or Demand Draft payable out of station are not acceptable under any circumstances. iv. Payments of dues and fees for Correspondence Course must be made to Head Office, Dhaka only in the manner laid above. 7.6 Proficiency Awards The following awards are given to the candidates in recognition of their outstanding success in the examination: Just getting highest marks does not qualify a candidate to receive an award unless he has achieved a minimum requirement laid down by the authority of the Institute from time to time. Awards 1. ICMA President Gold Medal: One Gold medal under the name of ICMA President Gold Medal will be awarded to one student in each examination for passing the Professional Level-IV examination in one chance by securing the highest total marks but not less than 60% marks in any subject and 65% marks in the aggregate. The medal will be made of 1.5 tolas gold in which monogram of the Institute will be inserted. ICMA President Silver Medal: Four Silver medals will be awarded to four students for passing the Foundation Level, Professional Level-I and Level-II of Intermediate and Level-III of Final examination respectively in one chance securing the highest total marks but not less than 60% marks in the aggregate and 55% marks in any subject. Each silver medal will be made of 3.00 totals silver in which monogram of the Institute will be inserted. ICMA Cash Prize: a. Cash Prize of Tk.1,000.00 each will be awarded to students securing highest marks but not less than 75% marks in each subject separately in all subjects of Foundation Level and Level-I of Intermediate. b. Cash Prize of Tk.1,500.00 each will be awarded to students securing highest marks but not less than 75% marks in each subject separately in all subjects of Professional Level-II of Intermediate and Level-III & Level-IV of Final. c. Cash Prize of Tk.3,000.00 each will be awarded to students passing the whole CMA Course within 36 months of getting registration from the Institute.

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Student securing highest total similar in any of the above cases will be awarded medals/cash prizes as the case may be. Scholarship: We have a provision for scholarship to the meritorious students who can avail the following scholarship: a. b. c. c. A. F. Mujibur Rahman Foundation Scholarship Syed Manjur Elahi Scholarship Al-Haj Tofazuddin & Golapjan Memorial Trust Muzaffar Ahmed Memorial (ICMAB) Trust.

Fees and Charges

Payment of Fees A student seeking registration with the Institute is to pay Registration fee, Admission fee, Tuition fee, Annual subscription, Library Card fee, Identity Card fee, etc. as determined by the authority from time to time. Annual subscription fee is payable on July 1, and January 1, each year. Half of the amount of the Annual subscription fee may be paid for the first year by a student at the time of admission on or after first January and before 30th June any year. Tuition fee paid on enrolment for subject(s) will not be refunded to any student in case he discontinues his studies and it will be lapsed to the Institute. In case he joins coaching classes during next or subsequent years, he will be required to pay full tuition fees and his previous payments on account of fees will not be adjusted. Those students who have already completed 75% lecture attendance in certain subjects during previous year and if they intend to re-enroll under the same subjects to up-date their studies through coaching classes in the current year, they will be charged 50% fees prescribed for these subjects. Those students who enrolled during previous years under coaching classes but could not complete their attendance and did not pay 100% coaching dues during the year of enrolment and left classes un-attended, they will be required to pay full tuition fees for the current year in one installment only in case they re-enroll under the same courses. Student may study a particular subject by both the coaching and the correspondence course methods at the same time. A remission of one half of tuition fees may be made in those cases. No refund will be made to students who discontinue their studies.

Admission Fee Registration Fee Coaching/Corespondence Course Registration Form Annual Subscription Library Card Fee Career Guide Fee Student Welfare Fund Identity Card Fee Testimonial Fee DENOVO. Registration Fee

5500.00 3000.00 3,200.00 200.00 500.00 200.00 100.00 100.00 200.00 100.00 6000.00

Code

Name of Subjects

Subject Code

Coaching Course Correspondence Fees Course Fees

001 002 003 004

101 102

Foundation Level Admission Fees Registration Fees Coaching/Correspondence Course Fees Annual Subscription Registration Form Library Card Fess Student Welfare Fund Career Guide Identity Card Fees Principles of Accounting Business Communication and Office Management Quantitative Techniques (BMS) Business Economics and International Business Total Professional Level-I Intermediate Financial Accounting Cost Accounting

PAC BCOM QT BEIB

Taka 5,500.00 3,000.00 3,2000.00 500.00 200.00 200.00 100.00 100.00 200.00 800.00 800.00 800.00 800.00 13000.00

Taka 5,500.00 3,000.00 3,2000.00 500.00 200.00 200.00 100.00 100.00 200.00 800.00 800.00 800.00 800.00 13000.00 1050.00 1050.00

IFA COA

800.00 800.00

103 104

Management and Marketing Management Information Technology

MMM IT a) Coaching b)Practical 100.00 Total

800.00 800.00 3300.00 6600.00

1050.00 1050.00 3300.00 7600.00 1325.00 1325.00 13250.00 1325.00 4500.00 1500.00 1500.00 1500.00 1500.00 6000.00 3025.00 3025.00 3025.00 3025.00 12,100.00 3000.00

b)P.C.F 100.00 Professional Level-II Advanced Financial Accounting-I Management Accounting Commercial & Industrial Laws Taxation Total 301 302 303 304

201 202 203 204

AFA-I MAC CIL TAX

1125.00 1125.00 1125.00 1125.00 4500.00 1200.00 1200.00 1200.00 1200.00 4800.00 2700.00 2700.00 2700.00 2700.00 10,800.00 3000.00

401 402 403 404

Professional Level-III Advanced Financial Accounting-II AFA-II Advanced Cost Accounting ACA Corporate Laws & Secretarial Practice CLSP Auditing AUD Total Professional Level-IV Financial Management FIM Strategic Management Accounting SMA Strategic Management and SMOB Organizational Behavior Cost and Management Auditing CMA Total Internship

Examination Fees

Levels Foundation Level Professional Level-I Professional Level-II Professional Level-III Professional Level-IV

Fees Per Subject 200.00 200.00 200.00 265.00 265.00

Total Subject 4 4 4 4 4

Total Fees 800.00 800.00 800.00 1060.00 1060.00

Courses Courses For 2.5 Years CMA ICMAB Syllabus Structure (Effective from 2009) Foundation Level and Professional Levels Code No. Level/Subjects Foundation Level 001 Principles of Accounting 002 Business Communication and Office Management: a. b. 003 a. b. 004 a. b. 101 102 103 Communication-50 Office Management -50 100 Business Mathematics-50 Statistics-50 100 Business Economics-50 International Business-50 100 100 100

Mar 100 100

Quantitative Techniques:

Business Economics And International Business

Professional Level-I Intermediate Financial Accounting Cost Accounting Management And Marketing Management: a. b. Management-50 Marketing Management-50

104 201 202 203

Information Technology Professional Level-II Advanced Financial Accounting-I Management Accounting Commercial & Industrial Laws: a. b. Commercial Law-50 Industrial Law-50

100 100 100 100

204

Taxation Professional Level-III

100

301 302 303

Advanced Financial Accounting-II Advanced Cost Accounting Corporate Laws, Governance & Secretarial Practice: a. Corporate Laws-50 b. Corporate Governance & Secretarial Practice-50

100 100 100

304 401 402 403 404

Auditing Professional Level-IV Financial Management Strategic Management Accounting Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior Cost and Management Auditing: a. b. Cost Audit-50 Management Audit-50

100 100 100 100

100 100

Internship(After completing Pofessional Level III)

Course of Studies and Methodology Registration Study Programme Examination Guidelines

Faculty Members List of class-teachers for the session January-June2010


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subject Name of the Teachers Level & Section FL-D-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-N-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec.

Pr. Acc. Mr. Maruf-Ul-Azam, FCMA (F-435)


Mr. Shahidul Alam, FCMA (F-237) Mr. Abdul Malek Patwary, ACMA (A-256)

Mr. Md. Mominul Haque Moral, ACMA (A0644)


Mr. Arifur Rahman Mithu, FCMA (F-538) Mr. Mohammad Monir Hossain, ACMA (A-763) Mr. Md. Nurul Islam, FCMA (F-128) Mr. Zabed Ahsan, FCMA (F-0448)

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41

B. Comm. Off. Mngt B. Math. B. Stat. BE IB

Mr. Md. Anwarul Islam, FCMA (F-0547) Mr. Ruhul Amin, FCMA (F-88) Mr. Nazmul Alam, ACMA (A-671) Mr. Md. Abdul Based Mondal, FCMA (F-0450) Mr. G.M. Baqui Billah , FCMA (F-0194) Mr. Md. Jahangir Alam Bhuiyan, FCMA (F-311) Mr. Moinul Hasan, ACMA (A-753) Mr. Mohd. Shamim Kabir , FCMA (F-0446) Mr. Abdul Hannan , ACMA ( A-1008) Mr. Mr. Md. Asaduzzaman Khan, FCMA (F-80) Mr. Md. Humayun Khan, FCMA (F-197) Mr. Md. Tafiqul Alam, FCMA (F-0166) Mr. Ruhul Ameen, FCMA (F-88) Mr. Nazmus Salehin, Deputy Director, ICMAB Mr. Maksud Hossain Siddiquee, ACMA (A-730) Mr. Shahidul Islam, ACMA (A-0959) Dr. Mustafizur Rahman BUET Mr. Kamal Uddin Ahmed, FCMA (F-430) Mr. Mohd. Ebadul Islam, ACMA (A-960) Mr. Amir Hossain, ACMA ( A-0743) Mr. Uttam Kumar Roy, MBA, ACMA (A-836) Mr. A.K.M. Anwarul Islam, FCMA (F-252) Mr. Zillur Rahman, ACMA (A-939) Mr. Ali Eman Hossain, ACMA (A-0851) Mr. Md. Golam Rabbani DU Syed Sarwar Hussain, FCMA (F-343) Mr. Md. Jahangir Alam, ACMA (A-983) Mr. Anwar Hossain, FCMA ( F-0171) Mr. Md. Zahedul Bari, FCMA (F-350) Mr. Md. Anwar Hossain, FCMA (F-171) Mr. Md. Rafiqul Islam Ministry Mr. Md. Suhrawardi Bhuiyan, FCMA (F-0523)

FL-D-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-N-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-D-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-N-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-D-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-N-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-D-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-N-A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-D-A Sec.

& Mr. Moklesur Rahman. Addl Secretary, GOB

42 43 44 45 46 47 48

Mr. M. A. Matin, FCMA (F-57) Prof. Md. Bashiruddin, FCMA (F-167) Mr. M. A. Matin, FCMA (F-57) Mr. Md. Mokhlesur Rahman, ACMA (A-0881)

B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. FL-N-A Sec. FL-N-B Sec. FL-N-C Sec. FL-N-D Sec.

Mr. Md. Najir HossainTrainer, Janata Bank Institute


Mr. Md. Jahidul Islam, ACMA (A-0833) Mr. Md. Yasir Arafin, ACMA

Subject

Name of the Teachers

Level & Section PL-I-D-A PL-I-D-B PL-I-N-A PL-I-N-B PL-I-D-A PL-I-D-B PL-I-N-A PL-I-N-B PL-I-D-A PL-I-D-B PL-I-N-A PL-I-N-B PL-I-D-A PL-I-D-B PL-I-N-A PL-I-N-B PL-II-N-A PL-II-NPL-II-N-A PL-II-N-A PL-III-N

49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69

Int. FAC

Prof. Md. Bashiruddin, FCMA (F-167) Mr. G.M. Omar Faruque Chy, FCMA (F-502) Mr. S.M. Sarwar Hossain, ACMA (A-901)
Mr. Md. Shafiqul Alam, ACMA (A-826), ACA


Cost Acc.

Mr. Md. Rezaul Karim, ACMA (A-646) Mr. Md. Showket Jahan, ACMA (A-636) Mr. Md. Munirul Islam, FCMA (F-412) Sayed Golam Ahammad, FCMA (F-438)
Mr. Md. Ali Haider Chy, MBA, FCMA (F-404)

MMM
Info. Tech.

Mr. Moklesur Rahman. Addl Secretary, GOB Mr. Kazi Ashraful Hoque, FCMA (F-264) Mr. ABM Khorshed Alam, Addl. Secretary
Mr. Md. Abdullah-Al-Rafi Chy, ACMA (A-759) Mr. Md. Abdullah-Al-Rafi Chy, ACMA (A-759)

AFA-I
Mngt. Acc.

Mr. AKM Shah Alam Khan, FCMA (F-483) Mr. Md. Hazrat Ali BUET Mr. Md. Fakhrul Islam, FCMA (F-378) Mr. Md. Abdur Rashid, FCMA (F-54) Mr. Md. Abdullah, FCMA (F-179) Mr. Shubhashish Bose, Joint Secretary Mr. Abdullah-Al-Mahbub, ACMA (A-827)

CIL
Taxation AFA-II

70 71 72
73 74 75

Adv Cost Acc

Hazi. Md. Monzurul Islam, FCMA (F-56)


Mr. Imtiaz Lutful Baset, MBA, FCMA (F-139)


PL-IV-N

CLGSP
Auditing

Mr. Muhammad Zahangir Alam, FCA, ACMA


(A-0734)

Fin.Mgt SMA SMOB

Mr. Muhd. Maniruzzaman, MBA, ACMA (A782)


Mr. Mahmud Hasan, FCMA (F-315) Mr. G.M. Omar Faruque Chowdhury, FCMA (F-0502) Mr. Prodip Stanley Gomes, FCMA (F-470)

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