Pabna University of Science and Technology

Faculty Profile

Rebeka Sultana Rekha

BBA, MBA (RU) 

Assistant Professor (Finance) 

Department of Business Administration

Pabna University of Science and Technology

Pabna, Bangladesh

Contact Information

+880 17122069132 (Personal)

+8801717143149 (Personal)

+88073165265 (Office)

2295 (PABX)

rekha@pust.ac.bd (Office)

rsrfb7638@gmail.com (Personal)

Total Publications: 6

Total Publications (6)

6

Education (4)

  • Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Department of Finance & Banking, University of Rajshahi, Year of passing (2013),Result CGPA-3.92 out of 4.00 (First Class Second).
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Department of Finance & Banking, University of Rajshahi, Year of passing (2012),Result CGPA-3.83 out of 4.00 (First Class Fourth).
  • Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (HSC) in Business Studies group from Shimanta Adarsha College, Jessore Board in the year 2005 and earned GPA 5.00 (0ut of 5.00).
  • Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSC) in Business Studies group from Rashida Begum Secondary School, Jessore Board in the year 2003 and earned GPA 4.31 (0ut of 5.00).

Journal Articles (6)

  • Rebeka Sultana Rekha., Md. Ikbal Hossain., & Masud Rana. (2020). Measuring Financial Inclusion Index in Bangladesh: A Multidimensional Approach. Pabna University of Science and Technology Studies, Vol-4, Issue-2, No-11, P. 75-84.
  • Rebeka Sultana Rekha. (2018). Exploring the Cognitive Image of Tourists for Visiting Cox's Bazar as a Tourism Destination in Bangladesh. Journal of Business Studies (PUST), Vol. 1(1), No. 2, P. 20-33.
  • Rebeka Sultana Rekha., & Sazu Sarder. (2016). Students’ Attitude towards Beach Tourism in Bangladesh: A Study on Saint Martin and Cox’s Bazar Sea Beaches. Bangladesh Journal of Tourism, Vol-1, No-3, P. 27-40.
  • Masud Rana., Md Kamal Hossain., & Rebeka Sultana Rekha. (2016). Profitability and liquidity of conventional banking and Islamic banking in Bangladesh: A comparative Study. International journal of Applied Research, Vol-2, No-9, P. 318-327. DOI: www.allresearchjournal.com .
  • Rebeka Sultana Rekha., Md Kamruzzaman., & Md Ikbal Hossain. (2016). Factors Affecting University Student’s Satisfaction toward Mobile Operator Services: An Empirical Study at Rajshahi in Bangladesh. The International Journal of Business & Management, Vol-4, Issue-10, No-33, P. 176-185. DOI: www.theijbm.com/2016-2/october-16
  • Rebeka Sultana Rekha., Md Amirul Islam., & Md Ikbal Hossain. (2016). Measuring Customer Satisfaction Using ATM Card in Bangladesh: An Application of Expectancy-Disconfirmation Theory. International Journal of Research in Commerce & Management, Vol-7; Issue-10; No-6, P. 24-30. DOI: http://ijrcm.org.in/article_info.php?article_id=7059

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