Pubali Bank Ltd & First Security Islami Bank Ltd

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RESUMEofMd. KhalekuzzamanBBA in FinanceBangladesh UniversityContact No: +88 01737608871 PERMANENT ADDRESS: C/O, Md Pasural Haq Village :Bamunia, P/O. Bamunia, Upazilla : Baliadangi , District : Thakurgaon Mobile No. : +88 01197056242 | CONTACT ADDRESS:6/28, Salimullah Road,Mohammadpur, Dhaka – 1207 Mobile No. : +88 01737608871 | Career Objectives | To have a career in a reputed & leading multinational organization to build myself as a competent corporate executive & enjoy the best working atmosphere in a positive & professional way by giving my best output to achieve their goals & seeking a position in a challenging and highly competitive working environment. | Identity Name | Parents | Nationality | Date of Birth | Marital Status | Age | Height | Blood Group | National ID No. | | Md. KhalekuzzamanMd. Pasural Haq & Monwara BegumBangladeshi by Birth20th August 1989SingleSix Foot Seven inch O Positive9410884620917 | Scholastic Record 2011 | | 2007 | | 2005 |
Experience | BBA in Finance CGPA-3.20 Bangladesh University, Dhaka 1207.Higher Secondary Certificate (H.S.C.), GPA 3.20 on a scale of 5.00Samiruddin Smrity College, Baliadangi, Thakurgaon.Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Rajshahi. Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C.), GPA 2.75 on a scale of 5.00Lahiry Multi Lateral High School, Baliadangi, Thakurgaon.Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Rajshahi.I have continued internship in your Tongi College Gate Branch. | Languages English | Bangla | | Fluent in Reading, Writing and Speaking in English.Mother Tongue, Good at Bengal Literature and Composition. | Computer Skills Office Package & others | | Have working experience on Windows XP Professional, Windows VISTA, Windows 7, Linpus Linux Basic Edition,…...

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