To make the Attestation and Equivalence process easier for the general public, the Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) is incorporating technology into service delivery.
At the IBCC Secretariat, a high-level meeting of the IBCC was convened, chaired by Dr. Ghulam Ali Mallah, Secretary of the IBCC. At light of the current pandemic scenario, it was determined that public dealing will resume on June 8 in the IBCC Secretariat and regional offices.
Applicants can now go to the IBCC office and submit their documents in person at the IBCC headquarters and regional offices.
Dr. Ghulam Ali Mallah, the CEO/Secretary of the IBCC, stated that due to the closure of public dealing and the lockdown, people were having difficulty submitting fees and documents. As a result, after defining a mechanism, the IBCC will launch a mobile application through which students can apply online for attestation and equivalence and submit fees through various channels.