Sargodha Institute of Technology

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Sargodha Institute of Technology
Sargodha, Punjab
Type Technical Institute
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1927
Administration Catholic Board of Education
Principal Robinson Daniel
Gender Men
Age 15 to 22
Number of students 1119
Affiliations Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lahore

Sargodha Institute of Technology is a University located in Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan. It is owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese. It is affiliated with the Punjab Board of Technical Education.

It offers tertiary training in the following:

  • Quantity Surveyor Trade
  • Surveyor Trade
  • Electrical Technology
  • Electronics Technology
  • Mechanical Technology
  • Mechanical Technology (Power) with Specialization In Refrigeration And Air-Conditioning Technology
  • Civil Technology
  • Instrument Technology
  • Telecommunication Technology[1]

Bishop Anthony Theodore Lobo upgraded the Institute from a 2-year certificate to a 3-year associate engineering diploma awarding institute. Plans are underway for converting the SIT into an Engineering College in the near future. Much of the expansion was made possible by a half million Euro aid granted to the SIT.[2]

In 2009, the SIT was among the Christian institutions the Taliban sent letters to warning Christian leaders to convert to Islam or face dire consequences.[3]

In 2010, the Principal was Robinson Daniel.[4]