Jamshoro is a city and capital of Jamshoro District in province Sindh of Pakistan.
This city is located at Latitude of 25.26° North and Longitude of 68.20° East. It is located on the right bank of Indus River, approximately 18 km Northwest of Hyderabad and 150 km Northeast from the provincial Capital of Sindh and largest city of Pakistan, Karachi.
Jamshoro: Indus River & Bridge
The population of Jamshoro city is estimated to be 80,000 in 2014. The population of Jamshoro Districtincreased from 582,094 in 1998 to 1,176,969 in 2011, an increase of 102.2%.
The city is predominantly Sindhi with a community of Baloch people, Seraikis, Brahuis, Punjabis, Pashtuns & to a lesser extent Muhajir people.
Jamshoro is predominantly Muslim with a small Hindu minority.
City of Universities:
Jamshoro is home to highly educated and affluent people, it is also home to three universities That are:
Pakistan’s fourth best engineering university called Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Second best medical university called Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences and second oldest university of Pakistan University of Sindh, which produce a number of engineers, doctors, IT professionals, journalists, professors, scientists every year. Therefore, it is also called “City of Universities” and is well known for its soothing breeze at night time.
Mehran University Jamshoro
The main tribes are Memons, Shaikhs, Soomros, Bachanis, Rajputs, Jamalis, Balochs, Khosas, Jatois, Khusks, Chandios, Narejos, Talpurs, Kalhoros, Sayyids/Syeds, Shah, Rinds, Qureshis, Tanwaris, Buriros, Shoros, Malhas, Babars, Makhijanis, Ansari, Arains, Legharis, Channas, Abbasis, Bhattis, Mughals, Lunds, Akhunds, Hingoro, Solangis, Mahesars, Bughios, Tamachis & Burghuris.
University of Sindh Jamshoro