The schedule of Associate Degree in Arts / Science, Part One Annual Examination 2020 was notified on 13 January, 2020. 27 January 2020 and 03 February 2020 was fixed as the due dates to submit admission forms with single & double fee respectively
Near about 25000 candidates submitted Admission Forms to appear in above Examinations. The Written Examination was commenced on 05 October, 2020 and ended on 21 October, 2020 whereas practical Examination was commenced on 26 October, 2020 and ended on 30 December 2020. Results of Associate Degree in Arts / Science (ADA/ADS) Part One 1st Annual Examinations, 2020 was announced on 01-03-2021.Apply for Paper Rechecking Click Here New Admission Schedule ADP/BA/BSc Click Here [fruitful_btn link=”https://su.edu.pk/single-result/926″ target=”_blank” id=”ff-btn-603d148d53aaa” size=”small” color=”primary” text_color=”#ffffff” background_color=”#dd3333″ border_color=”#000000″ radius=”4″ type=”button” state=”active”]ADA Result Click Here[/fruitful_btn] [fruitful_btn link=”https://su.edu.pk/single-result/924″ target=”_blank” id=”ff-btn-603d148d53aaa” size=”small” color=”primary” text_color=”#ffffff” background_color=”#dd3333″ border_color=”#000000″ radius=”4″ type=”button” state=”active”]ADS Result Click Here[/fruitful_btn]
The schedule of BA / BSc 1st Annual Examination 2020 was notified on 24 December, 2019. 03 January 2020, 10 January 2020 and 17 January 2020 was fixed as the due dates to submit admission forms with single, double & triple fee respectively.
The schedule of B.Com, Part-I & II, 1st Annual Examination 2020 was notified on 13 January, 2020. 27 January 2020 and 03 February 2020 was fixed as the due dates to submit admission forms with single & double.
Near about 55000 candidates submitted Admission Forms to appear in above Examinations. The Written Examination was commenced on 17 September, 2020 and ended on 21 October, 2020 whereas practical Examination was commenced on 26 October, 2020 and ended on 30 December 2020. The result of BA/BSc 1st Annual Examination 2020, B.Com, Part One & Two 1st Annual Examination 2020 was announced on 07-01-2021.
List of Position Holders:-
|Roll No||Name and Father’s Name of the Candidate||Institution/District||Marks||Position|
|755||Sana Rehman D/o Pervaiz Ashraf||Punjab College of Science, Sargodha||664 / 800||Overall 1st In BA/BSc|
|Top Three Positions in BSc|
|755||Sana Rehman D/o Pervaiz Ashraf||Punjab College of Science, Sargodha||664 / 800||1st|
|4686||Jamila Malik D/o Tasavar Masood||Punjab College of Science, Naushera,
|646 / 800||2nd|
|2354||Bushra Zafar D/o Zafar Iqbal||Punjab College of Science, Naushera,
|642 / 800||3rd|
|Top Three Positions in BA|
|2035||Faria Mukhtar D/o Mukhtar Ahmad||Pioneer Science College, Bhalwal, District Sargodha||632 / 800||1st|
|1158||Missam Abbas S/o Tassdaq Hussain||Superior College of Commerce, Sargodha||624 / 800||2nd|
|10432||Talat Rubab D/o Abdul Razzaq||District Sargodha||620 / 800||3rd|
About University of Sargodha
We are proud to introduce the University of Sargodha as a major public sector University in the province of Punjab, Pakistan. It started its journey in 1929 with the establishment of De’Montmorency College, later renamed as Government College, which was awarded the University Charter in 2002.
With its main campus located in Sargodha city, Agriculture college and Medical college in its suburbs, along with one sub-campus in Bhakkar, the University presently has around 24,000 students and 800 faculty members, including 300 PhDs, in 21 departments, three institutes, one school, and five constituent colleges that come under the seven faculties of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Sciences, Agriculture, Pharmacy, Medical and Health Sciences, Engineering and Technology. They are assisted by around 1,200 administrative staff. The University also has 260 affiliated government and private colleges spread across the province.
Sargodha University offers modern teaching and research facilities, including well-equipped classrooms, laboratories, and a vast collection of library material with online access to books and journals. Over a dozen hostels accommodate all female students and a limited number of male students. With an affordable fee structure, the University provides a host of scholarships, internships and business opportunities to the needy and meritorious students. While the Internship Program and Career Development Centre prepare the students for competitive future careers through hands-on training, two E-Rozgaar centres located at the main campus and sub-campus enable them to earn through online freelance entrepreneurship. The Incubation Centre offers the creative students with an opportunity to start productive careers before graduation.
Its main campus, located in the heart of Sargodha city, is green and serene. The University prioritizes the promotion of critical learning and scholarship among its students and young faculty. Each semester, it remains abuzz with a variety of scholarly, co-curricular and sports activities, including seminars and conferences, sports gala and literary festival. The University also runs an FM radio station, offering infotainment and education to students and people of the region.
To ensure productive research, the University has established vibrant institutions, including the Office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization, and Quality Enhancement Cell, which has helped register several international patents for faculty in sciences and agriculture, besides funding research projects and publications and linking academic research with the local economy. The University runs a Citrus Nursery and produces its own mineral water, KhusAab, for faculty, staff and students. It also has a strong tradition of community service, with its Medical Complex and Research Centre offering telemedicine, OPD, pharmacy and diagnostic services to university students and staff as well as the people of the city.
Sargodha University has academic exchange agreements with major Chinese Agriculture Universities, including Lanzhou University, and South China Agriculture University. It also has collaborations with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, Worldwide Fund for Nature and several other prominent national and institutions of advanced research and education. In 2019, Pakistan’s fifth Confucius Institute was established at the University in collaboration with Henan Normal University in China.
The University has an ambitious agenda of quality-centric academic growth in the foreseeable future. It ultimately aims to become a hub of higher education in Pakistan and South Asia.
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