Effectiveness, Training, Industrialization, Islami Bank, Bangladesh.
The Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited has been playing a very significant role for the economic development of Bangladesh. There are more than 13,000 people directly working in this bank. Many people are working indirectly in this bank through financing in business including export-import, industrialization, SME financing and rural development projects, etc. These people need various types of training to enhance their skills, abilities, knowledge, concepts and attitudes for better performance. The authority of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited has been providing various types of training to the employees for enhancing their performance. Thus, the paper attempts to explore the effectiveness of training programme of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited. In Bangladesh, the Islami Banking System is becoming popular over the conventional banking systems since 1983. There are eight (8) Islami banks operating their business activities in Bangladesh at present. In addition to eight (8) Islami banks, a good number of conventional local and foreign banks have Islami banking branches and windows. The Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited has been playing leading role among these Islami banks, branches and windows. That is why, the Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited needs skilled and efficient human resources. Therefore, this paper also attempts to find out the problems relating to the training programmes of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited and suggest some measurers for bringing effectiveness in the training programmes of the bank.
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