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Muhammad Rasel Ferdous
19/E Avoy Das Lane, Tikatuly, Dhaka.
Ph: 7175873, Mob : 0173034995, E-mail:

Career Objective

To serve in a responsible administrative position at a well-structured organization and successfully apply acquired managerial and interpersonal skills to enhance organizational efficiencies.


Dhaka University, Dhaka 2004
MBA Major - Management CGPA 3.51

National University, Gazipur 2000
M.Com, Management Second Division

National University, Gazipur 1999
B.Com (Honors), Management Second Division

School & College, Dhaka Board 1995
H.S.C Science Group First Division

Boy’s High School Dhaka Board. 1993
S.S.C Science Group First Division

Personal Details

Father’s Name: Dr. Muhammad Mobarak Hossain
Mother’s Name: Dr. Sajeda begum
Permanent Address: Vill-Chariani, Post- Nsirkote, Thana-Hajigong, Chandpur
Date of Birth: 07/12/78


Cricket, Traveling, Reading Novels


Awarded as best sportsman of Management Department for the year 2003

Language Competency

Bangla- Mother tongue
English- Fluent both in speaking and writing

Computer Skills

Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power Point, Outlook Express


Abul Kalam Ahmed
Joint Director, Policy department
Head Office, Bangladesh Bank
Mobile: 0171-941202
Md. Abul Quader
Assistant. General Manager, Sonali Bank
Head office, Dhaka-1000
Phone no- Office-9551226
Res- 7203274

View Sample Resume (Experienced)

Mohammad Aslam Khan
Contact: C/o Abdullajh Hasan, House #34, Lane No. 5/A, Dhaka-8600
Tel.: 0441-123456 (office) 0441-123456 (res.), Cell: 017123456

Career Summary

Accountant with more than 8 years of Finance and Accounting experience. Expertise in preparing financial statements, monitoring daily cash transactions, developing annual budgets, and recording all financial activities. A remarkable experience of working in accounts department in different international funded projects.

Professional Experiences

US funded Dhaka- Sylhet Major Roads Project. Roads & Highways Office Dhaka.

Project Accountant : (July, 2001 to till now)

  • Supervising the accounting procedure of the organization.
  • Developing, Controlling, implementing and monitoring the project’s accounts.
  • Budgeting monitoring and controlling.
  • Controlling the procurement and disbursement procedure.
  • Reporting the accounting information to the Cameroon Embassy at Dhaka as well as to the parent organization (AZSS) in Kampala.
  • Maintaining an effective relationship with the liaison offices as well as the clients

USWE Supported Project: Sustainable Environment Management Program (SEMP) Component 4.4.3

Account Assistants and Admin: (August 2000 to July 2001)

  • Assisted Accounting Manager in daily financial processing, including monitoring of payroll data, cash receipts, billing, disbursements, expense accounting, and deposits. Developed policies and procedures for fiscal management.
  • Managed regular accounting records.
  • Maintained an effective monitoring in the accounting system.
  • Controlled the salary disbursement and inventory management (Physical investigation)
  • Maintained progress report of the project.
  • Oversaw the Internal Auditing process.
  • Rectified the special requirement of the project director.

Britain Urban Water & Sanitation Project (UWASP) Project Management Unit PMU

Assistant Accountant (February 1998 to December, 1999)

  • Assisted the senior accounts positions.
  • Maintained the projects account.
  • Co-coordinated NGO activities, meeting, training and other campaign program
  • Ensured the logistic support system.
  • Prepared monthly accounting report.
  • Controlled and monitored cash disbursement and recipe system.


  • CMA (part 2 completed), Institute of Cost Management of Bangladesh, Dhaka
  • Masters in Commerce (Management), National University, Bangladesh 1996 (2nd Class)
  • Bachelors in Commerce 1994 (2nd Class)

Seminars/Training Attended:

  • Accounting workshop for all CIDA Decentralized accounting personnel organized by The Royal Saudi Embassy, Dhaka (7 day training - June 2004)
  • Daily financial control systems-organized by CIMA (USASP) PMU Dhaka (3 day training – January 2004)
  • HTW care taker training organized by CIMA (USASP) PMU Dhaka (3 day training – August 2003)


  • English – Well versed in both written and spoken English
  • Bengali – Mother tongue

Computer Literacy

  • Familiar with MS Word, MS Excel and computerized Accounting software Navision, e-mail and Internet operations.

Extra Curricular Activities

  • I participated in the 5th National Scouts Jamboree 1995-96 Mouchak, Gazipur, Dhaka
  • I had been involved in the Social Development Organization named “YOUNG Learners Society” (Center for education, cultural, sports, science and socio-economic development)
  • I had been involved in the CIMA funded Project Staff Welfare Association (Recreations Center for Five CIMA Projects employee) as a Treasurer

Personal Information

Date of birth : 5th November,1976
Nationality : Bangladeshi by birth
Marital status : Single


Mr. AK. Azad
Chief Accountant
Ministry of Commerce
Road # 12, House # 14, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212
Phone: 812345, 812345

Mr. M A Aziz
Country Representative
Links Canada
Gulshan-2 Dhaka
Phone: 02-9812345
Mobile: 017412345

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  • Obtain resources. Grab an annual report, product information or other data that will give you a better picture of the company and the kind of work you might be doing.
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