The University of Sargodha (UoS) and the University of Okara (UoO) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together to achieve United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030. Both universities also agreed to academic collaboration in all disciplines and joint ventures in various fields of research.

The pact was signed between the Sargodha University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Qaisar Abbas and the Okara University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Wajid.

The agreement includes joint conferences, workshops, seminars and other academic events on a regular basis, in addition to collaborating in research projects and joint student thesis supervision. Both parties would make their laboratories and research facilities accessible to the faculty and postgraduate students on a mutual basis.

Under this arrangement, both institutions shall endeavor to share teaching materials such as lecture notes and case studies, research reports, working papers, audio-visual materials, and software among faculty of both universities in a mutually beneficial manner.

The universities also agreed on sharing of facilities and access to specialized instruments and equipment for collaborative research projects/activities, between the participating institutions, keeping the availability without disturbing the routine activities of each of the institutions.

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