Prof Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah was appointed as Secretary of Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) in October 2020 and in view of his performance as Secretary, he is given a three-year extension and will continue to serve the Nation.

During his tenure of two years, he worked to improve the internal systems and standards of IBCC and got it ISO 9001:2015 certified, which is an international standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements. This changed the whole working environment of the institution in a very positive manner. He worked on digitization of the organization and introduced the digitized process of attestation & equivalence thus setting the organization on modern pathways.

In addition to this, he introduced the E-Office system at IBCC secretariat to ensure efficiency, transparency, and accountability while making the environment paperless and reducing the chances of human errors.

On his extension, Chief Secretary Gilgit-Baltistan Mr Mohyuddin Ahmad Wani personally visited IBCC Secretariat to congratulate Prof Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah. Also, Secretary Services Govt. of Sindh Mr Salim Rajpoot, Secretary Boards & Universities Govt. of Sindh Mr Mureed Rahimoon, Vice Chancellor National Skills University (NSU) Professor Dr Muhammad Mukhtar, Chairperson Private Educational Institutions Regulatory Authority (PEIRA) Miss Zia Batul, Managing Director National Book Foundation (NBF) Dr Raja Mazhar Hameed, CEO Aga Khan Examination Board (AKEB) Dr Shahzad Jeeva, Chairman Hyderabad Board, Chairman Mirpur Khas Board, Mr Azam Habib, National Coordinator Inter University Consortium Muhammad Murtaza Noor, Officials of Ministry of Federal Education & Education Professional Training (MoFEPT) and other dignitaries congratulated him and expressed their belief that Dr Malah will continue to strive for betterment of the organization and facilitation for public.

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