Political Victimization on Hall Students

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A Research Report
On
Political Victimization of Dhaka University Hall Students

A Research Report
On
Political Victimization of Dhaka University Hall Students

Course: Business Research
Course no: MGT-407

Submitted to:
Dr.Mohammad Shariat Ullah
Assistant Professor
Department of Management
University of Dhaka

Submitted by:
Md. Nur Alom siddique
Roll: 18165
18th Batch
Department of Management
University of Dhaka.

Date of submission:

Letter of Transmittal

October 30, 2014

Dr. Muhammad Shariat Ullah
Assistant Professor
Department of Management
University of Dhaka. Subject: Submission of research report on political Victimization of Dhaka University Hall Students.

Dear Sir,
Here is the research report on “Political Victimization of Dhaka University hall Students”.

The report is prepared on the primary and secondary data from different sources. Recommendations are only subjective judgment of mine.

I would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity to know elaborately about preparing research report. I sincerely prepared this research report. I truly appreciated this assignment and I enjoyed it very much.

Yours Sincerely

Md. Nur Alom Siddique
Serial No: 18165
Section: B
Session: 2011-12
Batch: 18th
Department Of Management
University Of Dhaka

Chapter 1

1.1 Introduction
In the backdrop of student groups’ involvement in cadre politics, increased violence, tender manipulation, and admission business, the citizens have issued a clarion call to the political parties for a consensus in declaring a moratorium on student politics in colleges and universities. Student politics in recent…...

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