Internal Audit Procedure in Bangladesh (An Experience at Greenland Technologies Limited)
Talukder, Fuad Ahmed
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The report entitled "Bangladesh Internal Audit Procedures: The Experience of GETCO Group in Bangladesh" introduced the experience gained during the internship. The purpose of this report is to explain the procedures and processes followed by the auditors during the internal audit process, as well as the procedures followed by Group GETCO, which is conducting internships. The report is divided into eight different chapters. The reason for generating the report, the difficulties encountered in generating the report, and a description of the information source that generated the report. Chapter 2 also discusses the company's services and customers, as well as the distribution of power within the company. Chapter three is the crystallization of Manchester United's four-year theoretical knowledge. International University. It represents the knowledge about audit acquired during the study at United International University. Chapter 4 introduces the procedures for participating in the audit in Bangladesh. The steps that should be taken during the audit process until a reasonable conclusion is reached. The procedures and processes used by GETCO. This chapter describes how customers can contact the company or how the company can contact customers, and the steps to follow in both cases. The experience of the auditor assigned to the client and some tasks performed. As an intern, I was not assigned any important tasks, but smaller and relatively simple tasks. Chapter 7 discusses the experience and tasks they performed during their tenure at the company, and how that experience has matured and changed our understanding of situations and events, as well as the challenges of auditing. And difficulty. Encountered an auditor during the audit. It also attempts to solve some problems using the guidelines in this chapter. Due to the lack of time and other difficulties mentioned in the "Restrictions" section of Chapter 1, some conclusions were drawn. The accounting profession is noble and far-reaching. Given the current development in Bangladesh, this number is expected to increase in the coming days.
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