Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam
Nestled within the fertile embrace of the Indus Valley, Sindh stands adorned with a rich history that comes alive in places like Moen-Jo-Daro. This province carries a legacy of agricultural success, dating back to when it was known for exporting lots of food to other sites. Sindh's landscape is diverse and perfect for growing different things. Crops like grains, fruits, vegetables, and livestock all thrive here.
In 1939-40, a special school called the King George-V Institute of Agriculture started in Sakrand. Later, it moved to Tando Jam after the Kotri barrage was built. This school taught people not only in Sindh but also in Balochistan how to farm. Agriculture is a big deal in Pakistan. It contributes a lot to the country's economy and provides jobs for many people.
The college in Tando Jam became the Sindh Agriculture University in 1977. It focused on teaching, research, and helping the community. Graduates from here wanted to make a difference in the world of farming.
Now, Pakistan is part of the WTO, a prominent international group. The university has an important job: teaching people to trade food globally. The Sindh Agriculture University is ready for this challenge. It's dedicated to helping farming in Pakistan grow. It's strong and determined to succeed.