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Swedish Group of Technical Institute, Punjab
Swedish Group of Technical Institutes is the largest private sector organization providing technical education and vocational training in Punjab , for over thousands of the students to spearhead and maintain the wide-ranging industries and businesses in Pakistan and beyond. Swedish Group having 12 purpose build campuses in the major cities of Pakistan offer Diploma of Associate Engineering and BSc Engineering.
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