Welcome to the University of Sargodha

Established in the year 2002, the University of Sargodha has revealed its potential both in academic pursuits and a focus on discipline, as a result of which it is now ranked 7th among the public sector universities in Pakistan. The excellent performance of students of the university clearly indicates that quality education is being imparted by the University of Sargodha. At present university has 250 PHD’s in various Disciplines.
The University has its five sub campuses at Lahore, faisalabad,Gujranwala and mandi-bahauddin. The University of Sargodha Lahore Campus is the first sub-campus by the university. UOS Lahore campus is now equipped with State of the art infrastructure, qualified and experienced faculty.

Situated in Izmir Town, the Lahore Campus has the benefit of the vicinity of Canal Bank which pleases the eye with its serenity. To reach the Campus, aspiring students travel on the flowered Canal road, absorbing the calm and beauteous landscape. Then come the spacious University grounds and a purpose built building, making the experience of studying here worth remembering.

The students are laudably facilitated with well-equipped laboratories, state of art computer labs and consistently updated library.

One of the most admirable features of Lahore Campus is its faculty. Selected through the Selection Board of University of Sargodha, majority of the faculty members have postgraduate and doctoral degrees coupled with several years of experience.

Hence the true spirit of the Lahore Campus lies in its simple maxim; quality education with affordable fee structure.” Here the students are given the sterling opportunity to receive education of highest standards in a pleasant and friendly atmosphere, compatible with their means.


Our Teaching Techniques and Methods’

  • Focus on quantity
  • No criticism
  • Unusual ideas are welcome
  • Combine and improve ideas
Problem Solving
  • To gain the ability of
    Scientific problem solving
  • Delimitation of the problem.
  • Planning the application
  • Preparing the working guide
  • Examining the problem
  • Getting a conclusion
Cooperative Learning
  • Develop positive interdependence.
  • Contribute each others’ learning.
  • Take responsibilities in group works.
  • Individual and group accountability
Drama Technique
  • Providing opportunities to recognise
  • and practise the skills
  • Improvising verbal and intrapersonal skills
  • Allowing and providing more room
  • for exploration of solutions
  • The more students involve,
  • the more they learn