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Capital Market Essay

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Teletalk Bangladesh Limited is a public limited company, registered under the Registrar of the Joint stock companies of Bangladesh. Total shares owned by the Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh.

We continue to grow and engage our customers through our clear commitment to offering ...view middle of the document...

20,000,000,000 being the only government sponsored mobile telephone company in the country. On the same day the Company obtained Certificate of Commencement of Business.

Company’s Network Expansion:

Teletalk Bangladesh Limited has continually expanded its network, to better accommodate its growing customer base as well as to keep the promise of providing better service. As of now, Teletalk has already established its network foothold in 64 Districts, 402 Upazilas, and most of the highways. Teletalk is continuing its network expansion to reach more corners of Bangladesh.Scope to be explored:

m-Governance is derived from e-governance refers to government’s use of information and communication technology to exchange information and services with citizens, businesses, and other arms of government. Teletalk is ready to provide with the help of third party software, mobile interactivity for the citizens of Bangladesh with m-Governance. This may includes, but not limited to 1. Mobile based Live Citizen Reporting Solution 2. Mobile User Info bank (Database of Mobile Users of Bangladesh) 3. Agriculture information services for the farmers and also for the end users, like product price in different parts of the country. 4. Product ID for all consumer products/ Organization. 5. Interactivity between Government and the Citizens.Possible departments who will be directly benefited from the above services are: 1. Police. 2. Rapid Action Battalion 3. Fire Service 4. NBR 5. Agriculture Department. 6. BRTA 7. BSTI 8. BTRC 9. Election Commission 10. Health Services. Mission & Vision:

To innovate and constantly find new ways to enhance our services to our customer’s current needs and desires for the future. Our vision is to know our customers and meet their needs better than any one else. |
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  | Board of Directors consists of the following members:Chairman
Mr. Sunil Kanti Bose
Secretary, Ministry of Posts & Telecommunications.
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Directors

Mr. Md. Shahidul Haque
Secretary, Legislative & Parliamentary Affairs Division
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