About us

Establishment of
Agricultural Engineering

The Agriculture Engineering Department was founded in the mid-1950s with the primary objective of reclaiming and cultivating unproductive land.

Since its inception, the Agriculture Engineering Department has successfully cultivated thousands of hectares of land. This achievement not only enabled the country to attain self-sufficiency in food crop production but also contributed significantly to the national economy by depositing millions of rupees into the government treasury and enhancing the quality of life for farmers.

Agriculture Engineering Wing at present has a fleet of 132 Nos. of Bulldozers in working condition.
Drilling Rig
Our department has 07 Nos. of Power Drilling Rig Machines and acquired a fleet of 12 Combined Harvesters.
Land Levelling
Acquired 06 Nos. Backhoe and recently 43 Nos. Laser Land Levelling Equipment.
Subsidized Rental
Department provide these machinery to the interested farmers on subsidized rental charges.
History of
Agricultural Engineering

Since its inception in the mid-1950s, the Agriculture Engineering Department has successfully cultivated thousands of hectares of previously unused land. This not only bolstered the nation’s self-sufficiency in food production but also significantly contributed to the national Gross National Product (GNP) by depositing millions of rupees into the government treasury. Furthermore, it has played a pivotal role in improving the socioeconomic conditions of farmers and rural communities in the province.

In 1956, the Agriculture Engineering wing initially established only two workshops in Khairpur and Tandojam to meet the needs of the time. However, following the devolution of the West Pakistan Agricultural Development Council (WPADC) in the early 1970s, ADC workshops in Sukkur, Ghotki, and Nareja, along with their staff, were integrated into the Agriculture Engineering wing of the Agriculture Department.

Recognizing the need to expand its reach and meet the growing demands, additional workshops were established in the Larkano and Thatta Districts during the early 1970s. These efforts were further strengthened by the establishment of new sub-workshops and field workshops across the province over time.

Today, the Agriculture Engineering Wing, restructured for greater efficiency, is headquartered in Hyderabad, under the leadership of the Director General of Agriculture Engineering for Sindh. Additionally, two Additional Directorate Generals have been established, one in Hyderabad and one in Sukkur, to oversee operations in lower and upper Sindh, respectively.

Core Objectives
Installation of Conventional Tube wells on 50% subsidy.
We offer a 50% subsidy for the installation of conventional tube wells, specifically catering to agricultural needs in Sindh.
Installation of Solar Powered Tube wells on 80% subsidy.
We offer an 80% subsidy for the installation of solar-powered tube wells, specifically benefiting the agricultural sector in Sindh, Pakistan.
To establish preservation facilities for fruit & vegetables
We aim to establish preservation facilities for fruits and vegetables in Sindh by installing Controlled Atmospheric Stores, Cold Storage units, and a Hot Water Treatment Plant at subsidized rates.
Provide Combined Harvesters
We offer the rental of Combined Harvesters for wheat and rice to farmers, facilitating their agricultural needs in Sindh
Assistance to district administration
We are committed to offering assistance to the District Administration during flood and rain emergencies, ensuring effective support and relief measures in critical times.
Heavy Equipment On Subsidized Rental
Our commitment is to provide farmers with access to drilling rigs, bulldozers, and backhoes, empowering them with the necessary equipment for efficient land development and agricultural operations.