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A CRITICAL STUDY ON POSSIBILITY OF IMPLEMENTATION OF MOBILE BANKING SYSTEM IN BANGLADESH THROUGH RURAL PEOPLE

A study on Mobile banking and Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited

For the partial fulfillment of the course ‘Research Methodology’.
Code: MGT-411

Under supervision of:
Md. Shahidul Islam Fakir
Assistant Professor
Department of Management Studies
Jagannath University, Dhaka

Prepared by:
Md. Rajiul Alam
ID: 06671740
BBA 4th year, 2nd semester
Department of Management Studies
Jagannath University, Dhaka

Publisher: Department of Management Studies. Jagannath University, Dhaka
Date of publication: 12/07/2012

Executive summary

Banking can simply be expressed as the business of keeping, lending, exchanging and issuing money. The Mobile phone has started a new dimension for transaction and banking system. We call this system as Mobile Banking System. Mobile Banking System ensures the use of the cell phone in several types of banking transactions. I want to understand the current situation of mobile banking system in Bangladesh and also want to share this knowledge with others. This report will help its reader to understand the mobile banking system and its future in Bangladesh specially through the rural people, and to understand how to overcome the problems of mobile banking system through rural people in Bangladesh.

Objectives of the study:

1. To prepare a formal study on Mobile Banking System in the perspective of Bangladesh.

2. To know the acceptability level of transaction by Mobile Banking by rural people.

3. To find out the way of increasing the operational area of Mobile Banking in Bangladesh.

4. To identify the level of security and confidentiality of Mobile Banking in Bangladesh.

5. To…...

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