Bangladesh Agricultural University - Library

Library

BAU central library has a collection of over 1,84,942 volumes and 2,000 periodicals. The number of journals is 151. The library has copies of M.S and PhD theses. Besides the central library, the Faculty of Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology has its own library which contains reference books and journals in the field of Agricultural Economics.

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