Internship Report on Marketing Services of the Private Universities in Bangladesh -a Case Study on Southern University Bangladesh

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Internship Report On
Marketing Services of The Private Universities in Bangladesh
-A Case Study On Southern University Bangladesh

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BBA Program
FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY BANGLADESH

|Submitted By |Under the Guidance of |
| | |
|Muhammad Mahmud Hossain Mamun |Prof. A. J. M. Nuruddin Chowdhury, |
|ID Number: 111-24-18 |Former Vice- Chancellor, |
|BBA Program |University of Chittagong |
|Faculty of Business Administration |& |
|Southern University Bangladesh. |Southern University Bangladesh. |

Table of Contents
|Particulars |Page No. |
|Letter Of Submission |1 |
|Letter Of Declaration |2 |
|Supervisor’s Declaration…...

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