Computer Center

Computer Centre is one of the most important unit of BPATC. It looks after the ICT & e-Governance activities and imparts training on these issues. It is headed by a Systems Analyst who is equivalent to the Deputy Secretary of the Government. At present there are 9 (nine) Computer Labs in BPATC. Among those Computer Labs are situated in the faculty building-2, International Training Complex, Library and Dormitories wherein 152 (one hundred fifty two) trainees can able computing, printing and internet facility at a time. ICT module has been included in all the core courses and selected short courses of the centre.

There are 971 computers including 694 Laptops in the Centre, which are being used in the 9 Computer Labs and by the faculties and participants of different courses. The Computer Centre is kept open for 14 hours in a day. The centre also remains open on weekly holidays depending on the training load and the urgency of the participants. The participants and faculty members may also use the Computer Centre. 

The Centre also acts as the implementing body of Digital BPATC. Under DBPATC Project Wi-Fi network installed to Office and Dormitory Area. So all the officers and participants are getting internet connection through Wi-Fi network.

The Centre has set up an e-Learning Platform based Training Systems. A number of online activities e.g. distribution of course materials, submission of assignment by participants, circulating notice, online discussion will be covered under this umbrella.