NED University of Engineering & Technology
NED University of Engineering & Technology is a particular school in Sindh, Pakistan. It started in 1921 as NED Government Engineering College. This school teaches about engineering, which is all about making and designing things.
The school was first called Prince of Wales Engineering College. Later, it was named after Nadirshaw Edulji Dinshaw. It began because there was a need for sound engineers when building the Sukkur Barrage. It got connected with the University of Bombay and had support from Nadirshaw Edulji Dinshaw.
Initially, the school had buildings, labs, and student workshops. It changed from being with the University of Bombay to becoming the NED Government Engineering College under the Government of Sindh. Later, it became part of the University of Karachi.
In 1975, NED University moved to a new campus near the University of Karachi. On March 1, 1977, it became the NED University of Engineering and Technology.
Many students study here, learning many things in bachelor's and master's programs. The Thar Institute of Engineering, Sciences & Technology was started in Mithi to help people in remote areas get a good education.
With visionary leaders like Prof. Dr Sarosh Hashmat Lodi, NED University keeps growing. It's a special place that trains sound engineers and helps Pakistan's engineering and technology improve.