Bangladesh Agricultural University - Infrastructure

Infrastructure

  • 2 administrative buildings
  • 6 faculty complexes
  • 12 halls for students
  • three-storied central library
  • modern auditorium (Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin Auditorium, 2,000 seats)
  • conference hall
  • gymnasium
  • stadium
  • sports complex
  • healthcare center (free care service for students, university staff and their families)
  • project complex
  • 657 units of residential facilities for teachers, officers and employees

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