IBBC integrates technology for equivalency process

Meeting participants say applicants may physically submit documents at IBCC offices.

APP June 08, 2021
Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mehmood desires to conduct all examinations through MCQs and technology-based assessment. PHOTO: EXPRESS/ FILE


In order to facilitate the attestation and equivalency process for the public, the Inter Board Committee of Chairpersons (IBCC) is integrating technology in the delivery of services. A meeting of IBCC officers chaired by IBCC Secretary Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah was held on Monday.

In view of the latest pandemic situation, it was decided that public dealing will resume from Tuesday (Today) at IBCC Secretariat and its regional offices. Now, the applicants may visit the IBCC office and submit their documents physically at head office and regional offices.

Dr Mallah pointed out that because of the closure of public dealing and lockdown, people were facing problems in the submission of fee and documents.

IBCC will launch a mobile application, through which students can apply online and submit fee through different channels.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 8th, 2021.