Service Facilities

 

Cafeteria:

BPATC has a two-storied cafeteria building that accommodates 5 dining halls named Polash, Shimul, Golap, Mollika and Joba. Total capacity of these dining halls are 750+. Cafeteria facilities are offered to the participants of different training courses, seminars, workshops, conferences etc. held at the Centre. All the cafeterias are well decorated. Meals like breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at the cafeteria.

Sl. No.

Cafeteria Name

AC/Non AC

Capacity (person)

1.

Polash (Ground floor)

AC

300

2

Shimul (Ground floor)

AC

100

3.

Golap (Ground floor)

AC

30

4.

Mollika (1st  floor)

AC

300

5.

Joba (1st  floor)

Non AC

50

6

Kitchen (Ground floor)

 

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  • Central
  • Dormitory
  • ITC
 

Guest House

The Centre has a two-storied Guest House having 12 single rooms (4 air-conditioned).  The Guest House also has Dining facility. Rooms of  Guest House are rented by members of the faculty for short stay on campus for official purposes.

No. of Rooms

Room Type

AC/Non AC

Amenities

Rent (Tk.)/Per Day

Govt. Officers

Others

12

Standard Single

AC (4)

  • Balcony
  • Air-conditioned
  • Attached Bath
  • Television
  • Wi-fi

200

1000

Non AC (8)

  • Single bed
  • Balcony
  • Attached Bath
  • Wi-fi

100

500

 

Medical Centre

Physio Therahy

Physiotherapy unit has established since September 2010 along with medical fasciitis and it runs successfully. It serves the participants, faculties, staffs and entire the BPATC community people for different type of musculoskeletal conditions like low back pain, neck pain, osteoarthritis, frozen shoulder, heel pain and different sports injuries like ankle sprain, shin pain, knee injuries and overuse injuries. In additionally give evidence based physical fitness guide line and how to minimize non communicable diseases (NCD), executive pain and give idea about ergonomics.

Physiotherapy is an autonomous health profession. It is a skilled in the hands-on management of medical & surgical conditions for injury and illness. Physiotherapists also work health promotion to injury prevention, acute care, rehabilitation, maintenance of functional mobility, chronic disease management and occupational health.

The fasciitis of this unit are evidence based manual therapy, modern electrotherapy like infra red radiation (IRR), ultra sound therapy (UST), auto pelvic & cervical traction, vibrator, short wave diathermy (SWD), LASER therapy, shock wave diathermy and therapeutic gym etc.

Two qualified physiotherapist (one male & one female) and two physiotherapy assistants (one male & one female) are working in this unit at BPATC.

  1. Ratan Kumar Das, BScPT, MScPT (DU), MPH (ASAUB), Post Graduate Diploma in Science (Exercise Physiology), BKSP, Physiotherapist - BPATC,
    Mobile: 01911-574514, email: physio.ratandas@gmail.com,
  2. Minara Akter, BScPT, MScPT (DU), Post Graduate Diploma in Science (Exercise Physiology), BKSP, Physiotherapist – BPATC
    Mobile: 01677-302243, email: minaraspc@gmail.com  
 

Residential Area

School & College

Officers Club

Ladies Club