Old Age Home Bangladesh

  • Free Essay

    Bangladesh

    STIPEND PROGRAM IN BANGLADESH Janet Raynor, University of London Institute of Education Kate Wesson, Open University, Milton Keynes Citation Raynor, Janet, Wesson, Kate (2006). The Girls’ Stipend Program in Bangladesh. Journal of Education for International Development 2:2. Retrieved from http://www.equip123.net/JEID/articles/3/Girls’StipendPrograminBangladesh.pdf on [insert month] [insert day], [insert year]. Abstract The Female Stipend Program (FSP) was created in 1982 in Bangladesh to help increase

    Words: 6850 - Pages: 28

  • Premium Essay

    Research of Old Age Home

    75 Children                            1.09  0.94   0.77  0.50 Old (60+)                           0.12  0.15  0.16  0.25    Sex Ratio  Total Population            117.46      106.98    106.40   104.40 Children                         102.96      107.38    106.43   104.65 Working Group             110.12      107.67    108.15   105.98 Old                                   89.90      100.28      96.15     95.65  Median Age                    19.95        22.31      25.03     33.65  Source

    Words: 2824 - Pages: 12

  • Premium Essay

    Fdi Investment in Bangladesh

    Direct Investment in Bangladesh CHAPTER ONE Background of the Study 1. Introduction 1.1 Introduction Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is considered as one of the vital ingredients for overall development process of a developing Bangladesh. country like Industrial development is an important pre-requisite growth country. of for a economic developing is Bangladesh basically a country of agrarian economy. For her economic development, industrial economy is imperative. So Bangladesh is gradually moving

    Words: 14572 - Pages: 59

  • Premium Essay

    Hrm Practice in Bangladesh

    Finding and Analysis   Recommendation  Conclusion  Page no.         01   02   03   04   05   08      11   12   18      19   20   21   22   58   61   62  Executive Summary The retail enterprise Aarong is the handicraft marketing arm of BRAC (Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee). Established in 1978, Aarong is a fair trade organization dedicated to bring about positive changes in the lives of disadvantaged artisans and underprivileged rural women by reviving and promoting their skills and craft

    Words: 10535 - Pages: 43

  • Free Essay

    Bangladesh

    t r i b u t i o n o f U N F PA a n d I P P F Bangladesh Country Evaluation Report DFID Department for International Development Addressing the Reproductive Health Needs and Rights of Young People since ICPD: The contribution of UNFPA and IPPF Bangladesh Country Evaluation Report September 2003 Written by: Alanagh Raikes Malabika Sarker Hashima-e-Nasreen For: UNIVERSITY OF HEIDELBERG UNFPA and IPPF Evaluation: Bangladesh Country Report CONTENTS Acronyms............

    Words: 40638 - Pages: 163

  • Premium Essay

    Inflation Trends and Poverty in Bangladesh

    Inflation Trends and Poverty in Bangladesh CONTENTS ABBREVIATIONS .................................................................................................................ii EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ....................................................................................................iii I. INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................1 II.INFLATION A. What is Inflation

    Words: 4096 - Pages: 17

  • Premium Essay

    Causes of Old Age Home

    Getting and Staying Active in Later Life On the occasion of International Day of Older Persons, ASM ATIQUR RAHMAN discusses the plight and prospects of ageing in 21st century Bangladesh. Old age is neither a disease nor an individual problem; rather, it has become a worldwide challenge that must be addressed globally. "Later life" is unavoidable, inevitable, universal and excessively troublesome. No one can stop the process of ageing. The quality of life and the rate of ageing both vary considerably

    Words: 3468 - Pages: 14

  • Free Essay

    Old English Literature During the Dark Ages

    OLD ENGLISH LITERATURE DURING THE DARK AGES ABSTRACT This period extends from about 450 to 1066 A.D. The sources of Old English literature, as we know it, are rooted in their Teutonic origins and were evolved by the spirit that drove the times. In addition to reflecting the violence of the age, however, Old English literature also provides insight into the hearts and souls of a culture that had a strong attachment to nature; where loyalty and honor were more important than life. And for a

    Words: 1003 - Pages: 5

  • Premium Essay

    The Kings of the Old Age

    Beecher BIBL 105-B41 Essay 2 11 Feb. 2013 The Kings of the Old Age The thought of Monarchy, in the United States of America, would not be such a bad idea. We would be contradicting the same reason our fore fathers before us came and settled on this land, but it seems much better in the sense of a political stand point compared to what many people are going through with the government today in the United States. In the time when the Old Testament was written, almost, if not, every nation or people

    Words: 1001 - Pages: 5

  • Premium Essay

    Singer Bangladesh

    BUSINESS STRATEGY TERM PAPER ON STRATEGIC ANALYSIS OF SINGER BANGLADESH LTD Submitted to Mr. A.K.M. Saiful Majid Course Instructor & Professor Strategic Management Submitted by Quazi Asaduzzaman, Roll # 14, MBA 44E B M Hasan Mahmud, Roll # 36, MBA 44E Submitted on June 13 2013 Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka June 13, 2013 Mr. A.K.M. Saiful Majid Professor Institute of Business Administration University of Dhaka. Subject: Submission of Term

    Words: 7584 - Pages: 31

  • Premium Essay

    Health Sector in Bangladesh

    Present status of the Health Sector in Bangladesh 1.Introduction Bangladesh is the most densely populated country in the world with a population of 139 million people, 40 percent of whom are living in poverty (HIES 2005). The Bangladesh National Strategy for Accelerated Poverty Reduction (NSAPR 2005) considers in particular the human dimensions of poverty (deprivation of health, education, nutrition, gender gaps) and commits the MoHFW to reach the poor and vulnerable, especially women and children

    Words: 5980 - Pages: 24

  • Premium Essay

    Unilever Bangladesh

    Executive Summery Most of the South Asian economies (e.g. India, Pakistan and Bangladesh) have made significant economic progress in the last two decades and are well on track to becoming major regional or even world economic powerhouses. In the recent years, many MNCs are increasingly putting more attention to the emerging. Asian countries for competitive advantage. One classic example is China. With a population of more than 1.3 billion China is predicted to be the largest economy in the

    Words: 21445 - Pages: 86

  • Premium Essay

    Old Age Security

    is comprised of three programs. The Old Age Security (OAS) program includes the basic OAS pension, the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS), and the Allowance for Survivors.(social work) Old Age Security provides benefits to Canadian residents at the age of 65 and who have resided in Canada for more than 10 years after age 18. To receive the full monthly benefit of $540.12, an individual must have lived in Canada for a period of 40 or more years after the age of 18. OAS benefits are not dependant

    Words: 1904 - Pages: 8

  • Premium Essay

    Un Peacekeeping and the Role of Bangladesh

    A Term Paper on UN peacekeeping and the Role of Bangladesh Submitted to: Dr. Syeda Rozana Rashid Assistant professor Department of International Relations Submitted by: Roksana Mohammed(rk-56) Nafisa Noor(km-76) 2nd year 3rd semester Date of submission:11.05.2013 Abstract Peacekeeping operations by the UN are the operations designed to restore or protect the peace in certain areas of conflict. Peacekeeping has proven to be one of the most effective

    Words: 5820 - Pages: 24

  • Free Essay

    Current State of Textile Industries in Bangladesh

    State of Textile Industries in Bangladesh Introduction: The textile and clothing sector is the largest manufacturing activity in Bangladesh. It provides direct employment to about than 5 million people, which accounts for 45 per cent of all industrial employment in the country. The sector contributes 10 per cent of the country’s GDP, 40 per cent of industrial value addition, and 78 per cent of export earnings. Major readymade garments exported by Bangladesh are knitted and woven shirts and

    Words: 6682 - Pages: 27

  • Premium Essay

    Bangladesh

    well as social affairs. Empowerment of women in Bangladesh Empowerment of women in Bangladesh Women’s position in the past: In past women were segregated from out of home productive work. They were kept within the four walls. The hearth became the place for them. So cooking, cleaning, washing, giving birth and rearing children became their jobs. Men became the wage earners and all other activities became their responsibilities. In Bangladesh position of the women is very humiliating. Women

    Words: 632 - Pages: 3

  • Premium Essay

    Equities Till Old Age Do Us Part Comm 220

    Equities till Old Age Do us Part Invest in equities, they said; make lots of money, they said. Look at you now, with pennies in your pockets: no treasure trove there. Might as well shoot dice... Here’s the thing: the stock market can be quite unhomely to those that jump into it for a quick dip. Those who stick to it for at least two decades can fare better, but are they necessarily safer? The truth is that you’ve got to be willing to get your noodle in gear if you want to make some cash. After all

    Words: 762 - Pages: 4

  • Premium Essay

    Hrm Practices in Bangladesh

    | | |Conclusion |62 | Executive Summary The retail enterprise Aarong is the handicraft marketing arm of BRAC (Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee). Established in 1978, Aarong is a fair trade organization dedicated to bring about positive changes in the lives of disadvantaged artisans and underprivileged rural women by reviving and promoting their skills and craft

    Words: 10599 - Pages: 43

  • Premium Essay

    Branding Bangladesh

    PROJECT ON COUNTRY BRANDING: BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE SOUTHEAST UNIVERSITY SUBMITTED TO: ISHTIAQUE ARIF ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SOUTHEST UNIVERSITY SUBMITTED BY: NAME | ID | MD.AMRAN AHAMMED BHUIYAN | 2008110000092 | MD.ABDULLAH AL-MASUD | 2008110000106 | A,K,M JAHANGIR KABIR | 2008110000074 | MD.MISKET HOSSAIN | 2008110000099 | BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY As a student of introduction to Branding (MKT-4164)

    Words: 6169 - Pages: 25

  • Premium Essay

    Old Age Crisis

    MLA Name Professor Course Date Old age crisis The United States has the highest fertility rates in developed countries and is one of the fastest population growths. According to statistics, the total fertility rate as at 2.1,2010, American women in the total population had reached 308 million, living in the world's third largest country in population status. As early as the 1940s, the United States began to enter the aging society; an aging population is now over 65 years that is 17.4% of

    Words: 1930 - Pages: 8

  • Premium Essay

    Cognitive Development in Old Age

    Cognitive Development Development in old age is marked by some cognitive change. Some aspects of the physical structure of the brain deteriorate with old age. Some older people then experience a loss in cognitive functioning. Normal aging does not lead to dementia, but may be caused by accidents or illnesses, most commonly cerebrovascular incidents or Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia is marked by memory loss, inability to relate with others, and an inability to manage everyday activities. With Alzheimer’s

    Words: 360 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    Wisdom and Life Satisfaction for Old Age

    capacity in general. DESIGN AND METHOD: A subsample of 522 persons was selected from a randomly selected cross-sectional survey using a modified form of the Older Americans' Resources Schedule and Life Satisfaction Index Z. RESULTS: The mean age in the total sample was 77.9; women (79.5) were significantly older than men (77.0). Low life satisfaction was found among women, as well as those living in special accommodations. Life Satisfaction Index Z was 15.3 (SD 5.6) in the total sample. Gender

    Words: 5672 - Pages: 23

  • Premium Essay

    Should the Age of Obtaining a Driving License in Malaysia Be Increased to 21 Years Old?

    Should the age of obtaining a driving license in Malaysia be increased to 21 years old? Year by year the accident rate in Malaysia has been on a steady hike. Various factors are said to be the contributors for this hike. However, one prominent factor has been a topic for debate in recent years. It is claimed that newly licensed teenagers have helped to increase the number of serious accidents than any other group on the road. For this reason, I believe that the age of obtaining a driving license

    Words: 421 - Pages: 2

  • Free Essay

    Development of Health in Bangladesh

    DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTH IN BANGLADESH Introduction: Bangladesh is a developing country with a population of 152,518,015 (approx.) Since our war of independence we have face numerous amount of health and nutrition issues in our country. Although Bangladesh has seen impressive progress in health and nutrition in the last few decades. Despite still low social indicators and continuing prevalence of poverty (40% of the population lives below the poverty line), the health sector in Bangladesh has shown impressive

    Words: 6443 - Pages: 26

  • Free Essay

    Unilever Bangladesh

    agents and personal care products. Unilever Bangladesh Ltd is one of the world’s most successful consumer goods manufacturing companies with local manufacturing facilities. Unilever brands are trusted everywhere and, by listening to the people who buy them, they've grown into one of the world's most successful consumer goods companies. In fact, 150 million times a day, in over 190 countries, someone somewhere chooses a Unilever product. Unilever Bangladesh Limited has five departments to carry out

    Words: 4112 - Pages: 17

  • Premium Essay

    Juvenile Deliquency in Bangladesh

    Methodology 03 * Description of Juvenile delinquency 03 * Causes of Juvenile delinquency in Bangladesh 06 * Prevention of Juvenile delinquency in Bangladesh 13 * Conclusion 17 * References 19 * Introduction: Juvenile delinquency is one of the most prominent problems today throughout the world especially in developing countries as Bangladesh. It is seems that traditional patterns of guiding the relationships and transition between family, school and

    Words: 5300 - Pages: 22

  • Premium Essay

    Why Did Mike Ullman Decide to Change the Age-Old Culture at Jc Penney (Jcp) Just After a Successful Turnaround?

    Why did Mike Ullman decide to change the age-old culture at JC Penney (JCP) just after a successful turnaround? JCP was originated by a dry goods and clothing store in 1902. In 1907, Penney bought the stakes of his partners and concentrated on expanding the number of stores. The JC Penney Company was incorporated in 1924 and it had been running successfully. Until 1990s, the expansion model had started to show up problems. When competitors were going in for centralized merchandising and inventory

    Words: 784 - Pages: 4

  • Premium Essay

    Malnutrition in Bangladesh

    Malnutrition in Bangladesh 1. Introduction: Malnutrition is globally the most important risk factor for illness and death, contributing to more than half of deaths in children worldwide. It is one of the most important underlying causes of child mortality in developing countries, particularly during the first 5 years of life; the major causes for this are poverty, world conflicts, lack of education, natural disasters and poor access to health care. Nearly one-third of children in the developing

    Words: 22491 - Pages: 90

  • Free Essay

    Digital Bangladesh

    Final Draft PERSPECTIVE PLAN OF BANGLADESH 2010-2021 ____________________________ MAKING VISION 2021 A REALITY General Economics Division Planning Commission Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh April 2012 Contents ABBREVIATIONS ...............................................................................................................................v PREAMBLE of the Perspective Plan (2010-2021) ......................................................................

    Words: 49012 - Pages: 197

  • Premium Essay

    Realities of Old Age

    Realities of Old Age: A Look at Growing Old in the 21st Century Kwanza Burney SUNY Empire State College – Center for Distance Learning I have read and am aware of the university requirements regarding academic honesty. Realities of Old Age: A Look at Growing Old in the 21st Century Cloudy eyes looking from behind lenses that are too big. White hair that is thin and feather soft to the touch. Ill-fitted rows of perfect teeth, smiling from weathered faces. Loud voices yelling at ears that

    Words: 2164 - Pages: 9

  • Premium Essay

    Study of Gaming Sector in Bangladesh

    Executive summary Bangladesh has begun to develop its IT and software industry only recently, and has seen double-digit figures in growth on most IT sectors, the gaming sector not among them. Bangladesh is far behind most of its neighbors in the gaming industry. There are several reasons to this, as well as probable causes. Based on interviews and focus group discussion, we have come up with several problems and prospects, as well as reasonable solutions to the problems, of the game development

    Words: 10129 - Pages: 41

  • Premium Essay

    Using Material from Item D and Elsewhere Assess the Strengths and Limitation of Using Participant Observation as a Means of Investigating the Experience of Old Age. (15 Marks)

    several care homes to analyse the treatment towards different social classes and obtain broader research on how gender and ethnicity may impact elderly experiences. However a disadvantage of this is that it would be extremely time consuming. With doing participant observation the characteristics of the researcher are also important. Characteristics as to whether the researcher is bias can dominate the findings, as a stereotypical view will remove validity, also the researcher’s age can impact the

    Words: 372 - Pages: 2

  • Free Essay

    Bangladesh

    * Geographic factors of Bangladesh: The main geographic factors of Bangladesh are as follows – * Geographic location * Physiography * Climate * Forest * Rivers * Physiography of Bangladesh : The physiographic condition of a country influences the socio-economic and the political situation or development of a country. Physiography of Bangladesh also influences this country .A small portion of Bangladesh is high land. Major part of our country is plain land. Though there

    Words: 379 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    Trade Union in Rmg - Bangladesh

    Trade Unions in the RMGs sector of Bangladesh: A Case Study Prepared By MD. Osman Dhali Roll – 51 Session 2009-10 B.B.A. 16th Batch Department of International Business Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka Supervised by Abu Hena Reza Hasan Professor Department of International Business Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka Date of Submission: 05/08/2014 Letter of Transmittal 05 August, 2014 To Department of International Business Faculty of Business

    Words: 10524 - Pages: 43

  • Free Essay

    Permaculture: an Old School, New Age Society

    Permaculture: An Old School, New Age Society What I knew: Prior to embarking on this research essay I had no familiarity with the term “permaculture”. Originally I was going to write on hydroponics but then I chose to go towards a much broader topic know as self-sufficient homesteading. I have always been one who took pride in repurposing what others deemed as “useless junk”. When I was younger I built a blacksmithing forge out of nothing more than a rusty brake drum, black

    Words: 1919 - Pages: 8

  • Premium Essay

    Ecotourism and Green Productivity in Bangladesh

    Chapter Five Ecotourism and Green Productivity in Bangladesh Ruby Afroze Part B Selected Country Papers Introduction Bangladesh is a country of vast, largely unknown and unspoiled natural beauty and reserves, which are simply unique and fascinating. These natural phenomena are composed of hills and vales, forests, rivers, lakes, sea and beaches, and the evergreen landscape embracing the country. Bangladesh emerged as an independent country in 1971 after a nine-month war of liberation

    Words: 3653 - Pages: 15

  • Free Essay

    Are Intelligence and Personality Stable Across Adulthood and Into Old Age?

    Are Intelligence and Personality Stable Across Adulthood and Into Old Age? Kristin K. Lilienthal PSY101: Introduction to Psychology Instructor: Tiffani Edmunds Are Intelligence and Personality Stable Across Adulthood and Into Old Age? Before a child is born the process of learning begins. A child learns to react to the sound of its parent’s voice, music, and even his mother’s feelings, and a little personality starts to develop. Once a child is born every moment of its day becomes a learning

    Words: 2156 - Pages: 9

  • Premium Essay

    Denim Industry in Bangladesh

    PRESENT SCENARIO OF DENIM INDUSTRY IN BANGLADESH PRESENT SCENARIO OF DENIM INDUSTRY IN BANGLADESH A REPORT ON PRESENT SCENARIO OF DENIM INDUSTRY IN BANGLADESH PREPARED FOR: MD. ATIQUL AKTAR General Manager, Sales and Marketing Evince Textiles Ltd. PREPARED BY: NAYEEM ABANTY HUQUE DATE OF SUBMISSION: 14. 05. 2015 May 14, 2015 Md. Atiqul Aktar General Manager, Sales and Marketing Evince Textiles Ltd. Subject: Submission of the report Dear Sir, It is an honor

    Words: 6599 - Pages: 27

  • Free Essay

    Old Age Home

    Causes of Old Age Home Getting and Staying Active in Later Life On the occasion of International Day of Older Persons, ASM ATIQUR RAHMAN discusses the plight and prospects of ageing in 21st century Bangladesh. Old age is neither a disease nor an individual problem; rather, it has become a worldwide challenge that must be addressed globally. "Later life" is unavoidable, inevitable, universal and excessively troublesome. No one can stop the process of ageing. The quality of life and the rate

    Words: 302 - Pages: 2

  • Free Essay

    An Exploratory Study to Understand Motivation Factors of Care Givers Who Work in Orphanages/Old Age Homes on Low Salaries

    An Exploratory Study to understand Motivation factors of Care Givers who work in Orphanages/Old Age Homes on low salaries By Swati Maheshwari Under the Guidance of Prof. Tithi Bhatnagar SCHOOL of INSPIRED LEADERSHIP GURGAON Table of Contents Acknowledgement………………………………………………………………………………………3 Abstract………………………………………………………………………………………………....4 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………..5 Literature Review………………………………………………………………………………….……8 Methodology……………………………………………………………………………………………

    Words: 3563 - Pages: 15

  • Premium Essay

    Gender Discrimination in Bangladesh

    Term Paper On Gender Discrimination in Bangladesh Submitted by WWW.ASSIGNMENTPOINT.COM Dialogue over the issue of Gender Discrimination is not a recent phenomenon. During the 1950s and 60s, the emphasis on women was on their reproductive roles as mothers and homemakers. This approach was based on Western stereotypes of the nuclear family in which women are economically dependent on the male breadwinners. In the early 1970s, researchers began to focus on the division

    Words: 6409 - Pages: 26

  • Premium Essay

    Human Development of Bangladesh

    Human Development of Bangladesh Topic: Human Development of Bangladesh Subject: Macroeconomics Subject Code: ECO-502 Submitted to: Dr. Salehuddin Ahmed Course Instructor BRAC Business School BRAC University Submitted by: |Sl. No. |Name |ID | |01. |Sigma Sharmeen Khan Prema |141 64 010

    Words: 9433 - Pages: 38

  • Premium Essay

    Old Technology Stone, Bronze and Iron Age

    on both applied and fine art. Development of human kind as seen through the theory of evolution of man is categorized into three distinct periods, the stone age, bronze age and the iron age. The stone age shows primitive tools which with time into the bronze age tends to get more sophisticated and later become more complex seen in the iron age. The changes involved in technological advancements of early man is attributed to the change in their mental ability, the changes in social behavior. (Netzley

    Words: 1849 - Pages: 8

  • Premium Essay

    Women and Children Trafficking in Bangladesh: a Legal Study

    Women and Children trafficking in Bangladesh: A Legal Study Md. Saddam Hossen[1] ABSTRACT Sexual abuse, exploitation, trafficking are nightmares for femininity especially for disadvantage groups and trafficking is the most heinous of all. Government as well as Non- Government Organizations is working for Prevention, Protection, Rehabilitation and Reintegration of trafficked victims and population at risk. Though among these, Prevention is the most effective to reduce or eliminate human trafficking

    Words: 13655 - Pages: 55

  • Premium Essay

    Unilever Bangladesh

    Unilever Bangladesh Limited” Submitted to Sharmin Shabnam Rahman Lecturer BRAC Business School BRAC University Submitted by Md. Robin Miah Id# 06204032 BRAC University Date: 02-09-2010       September 2, 2010 SHARMIN SHABNAM RAHMAN Lecture BRAC Business School BRAC University Subject: Submission of Internship Report Dear Madam, This is to inform you that I am submitting the internship project report titled “Evaluation of Entry into Ice cream Business for Unilever Bangladesh Limited”

    Words: 21020 - Pages: 85

  • Premium Essay

    Bangladesh

    Export Control in Bangladesh 1. Introduction: Bangladesh emerged as an independent country in 1971. She entered into International Trade actively since 1972. In the early years of independence the gap between Import and Export was very wide. This gap started to decrease from 1980s when Bangladesh adopted liberal trade policy consistent with the emerging trend of the market economy. Extensive reform programs have been implemented in trade regimes during the last two decades. The prime objective of

    Words: 1402 - Pages: 6

  • Premium Essay

    Old Age Home Bangladesh

    Introduction: On March 1, 2012, I along with my partner visited an Old Age Home in Gazipur. It was perhaps first time for us visiting an old age home. The moment we entered inside the home we got wrapped in the tranquility surrounding the home. Everybody was inside. Soon, we met a lady – care taker of the home, she led us to an office where we were made to sit. Next to our room, we saw some 15-16 people all old aged; all were engaged in their daily activity. This centre started its activities

    Words: 1775 - Pages: 8

  • Premium Essay

    Old Age and Immigration

    immigration may not be able to relieve Canada of the challenges of an aging population. One in seven Canadians is a senior citizen, 13.7% of the Canadian population was over 65 in 2006, with the fastest growing group being seniors aged 85 years or old (Soc. p. 278). The proportion of seniors will double by 2031, totalling around 25% of the population (Soc. p. 278) In September 2005, Statistics Canada released a study on the population of Canada. This report gave a detailed picture of past, present

    Words: 1542 - Pages: 7

  • Premium Essay

    I Am from Bangladesh and I Am 23 Years Old.

    valued, wanted and loved to know its beginning, vision, mission, objectives, network system, price, distribution for our academic future. Situation Analysis Pran is a famous food & beverage company in Bangladesh. The main reason of this fame is focus on happy & healthy life for all. The main characteristic of this company is playing with pure food. And there objective is to serve people by providing pure value of food. The pure food service is the main

    Words: 2797 - Pages: 12

  • Premium Essay

    Bangladesh

    Local Government Systems: Bangladesh Bangladesh ________________________________________________ 1. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTRY 1.1 Socio-economic profile Bangladesh emerged as an independent nation state in 1971. Although a new state, Bangladesh is an old country with a long recorded history of several thousand years. In its recent past it was part of Pakistan (1947-1971) and was known as East Pakistan. Prior to this, different parts of present Bangladesh were under British India (1765-1947)

    Words: 8985 - Pages: 36

+
-