Sargodha University


SARGODHA: Sargodha University has announced to schedule of the admissions for the 12th session of freelance training at the e-employment centre of the university. Applications have been invited from Sargodha Division based students.

The Sargodha University Spokesperson said that the classes will be conducted online.  Sixteen years of education and domicile of Punjab is required to enrol in the program and upper age limit is 35 years. The duration of the program is three and a half months.

Selected students will be trained in freelancing under the e-employment program after which they would have better earn prospects, according to their abilities.

The e-employment centre manager Kaleemullah informed that the last date for submission of applications is December 28, 2020

He also said that 10 sessions of e-employment centre at Sargodha University have already  been completed  while the 11th session is also nearing completion. Approximately, 2,000 students who have completed the training have now access to better employment opportunities.

Following the signing of MoU between University of Sargodha and Hanban (Confucius Institute Headquarters) in Beijing in the presence of Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chinese premier Le Keqiang on October 8, 2019, Vice Chancellor Dr Ishtiaq Ahmad and Director Pakistan Institute of China Studies Dr Fazalur Rahman participated in the “2019 International Chinese Language Conference” held at Changsha, China.

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