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Prepared for Md. Lutfar Rahman Faculty of CBA, IUBAT

Prepared by Name | ID | Program | Jasia Ahmed Romana | 09102088 | BBA | Md.Alamgir Hossian | 08102058 | BBA | Tahmina Akter Shilpi | 09102084 | BBA | Kh. Masrur Ferdous | 09102089 | BBA | Md. Saiful Islam | 09102068 | BBA |

IUBAT— International University of Business Agriculture and Technology
July 27, 2011
Letter of Transmittal
July 27, 2011
Md. Lutfar Rahman
Faculty
College of Business Administration (CBA)
IUBAT — International University of Business Agriculture and Technology
Uttara, Dhaka
Subject: Report on “Tourism (KH Travel Company).”
Sir
We are the attentive student of BBA program at IUBAT. We are so much glad to submit this report on “ Tourism (KH Travel Company).” with an Introduction to kind your appreciation.
It was a great opportunity for us to work for a report on “ Tourism (KH Travel Company).” to implement the knowledge that we have learned in our academic career, mostly in activies, destination and business.
We tried our level best to make this report to the required standard. We hope that this report will fulfill your expectation. We therefore, hope that you would be kind enough to go through this report for evaluation.

Thanking You
Jasia Ahmed Romana 09202088 __________
Keya Moni 09102046 __________
Tahmina Akter Shilpi 09102084 __________
Kh. Masrur Ferdous 09102089 __________
Md.Saiful Islam 09102068 __________

Letter of Authorization

July 27, 2011
Kazi Jahirul Islam
ID# 09102081
Program: BBA

Dear Jahirul,
You will be happy to know that, a report on “Toursim (KH Travel Company).” has been assigned to your group. You will have to submit your group…...

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