|Project Title:||Principles and practices of foreign exchange management department, Nepal Rastra Bank: An overview|
|Author:||Ms. Bibha Tandukar|
|Advisor:||Dr. Pichit Eamsopana|
|Degree:||Bachelor of Business Administration (International Program)|
|Major:||Finance and Banking|
|Semester / Academic year:||2/2017|
Tandukar, Bibha Tandukar. (2017). Principles and practices of foreign exchange management department, Nepal Rastra Bank: An overview. (Cooperative Education). Bangkok: Siam University.
This report describes my internship tenure at Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), Kathmandu, Nepal. NRB is the central bank of Nepal and governs all the banks and financial institutions of Nepal. This report has been segregated into five different chapters. Chapter one consists a brief background of banking system of Nepal along with the company’s profile, statement of the report, limitations, objectives, and the expected outcome of the internship. Chapter two is the literature review. Chapter three is the methodology where the tasks performed are explained in details. Chapter four discusses the results and outcomes of the internship. Lastly, chapter five is the concluding chapter where the whole experience has been summed up. The main objective of this study is to receive an overview of the principles and practices of the organization.
During the three month period, I was given many responsibilities; hence, I was able to make many contributions to the organization. I got the opportunity to learn about and use major financial software like OLYMPIC system, Reuter’s, and Bloomberg. Also, I got to learn about various rules and regulations regarding foreign exchange management. I got to learn the ways and process through which various activities are carried out. This report outlines all the tasks that were performed during the internship tenure at Nepal Rastra Bank. Also, it outlines the contributions made to the organization, lessons learnt, and self-assessment.
Keywords: Responsibilities, Contributions, Foreign Exchange Management.
Principles and practices of foreign exchange management department, Nepal Rastra Bank: An overview
Faculty of Business Administration, Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand
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