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July 10, 2012


Mr. Md. Shajahan Mia
General Manager
Marketing & Finance
The Structural Engineers Ltd.

Subject: Submission of Comilla Tour Report

Dear Sir,

With immense pleasure, I would like to submit my Comilla Tour Report on “Potential Customer Information”. Within the limited time and scope, I have tried my best to gain practical knowledge on various customer and also tried to reflect the same in this report.

Without the sincere co-operation and guidance of you, it was not possible for me to prepare this report. For this act of kindness, I am very grateful to you. This paper is not totally free from mistakes due to some unavoidable limitations. I hope, you will accept it with gracious consideration.

I would be glad if you kindly accept my Report and ready to explain anything to you if you feel necessary.

Thank you.

Yours sincerely

. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Executive (Sales)
The Structural Engineers Ltd.


Internship is a program, which is designed to acquire practical knowledge after the successful completion of academic curriculum. It is believed that practical working experience will be added advantage in our future life, which may also help to achieve our aim and ambition.

It’s really a matter of great pleasure that, I have completed my internship program in the Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE). To bridge up the gap between theory and practice. By this program, I am acquainted with the total operational system of CSE and sincerely I tried my best to understand the trading system followed by this organization. This report has been prepared for the fulfillment of academic curriculum as required under the MBA program.

During my one month internship program, I have tried my best to get knowledge about the overall activities and operation of CDBL.…...

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