On the directives of Shafqat Mahmood, the Federal Minister for Education & Professional Training, IBCC held an important meeting at Islamabad Secretariat where it was decided that IBCC will change the certificate pattern which can be digitally verified from anywhere around the world.
During a meeting, Prof Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah, Secretary Inter Board Committee of Chairmen said that for the convenience of students, universities, foreign offices, employers & other stakeholders IBCC has decided to reshape equivalence certificate which can be digitally verified. He further said that IBCC will design software to verify the credentials of the certificate are genuine.
Dr Mallah said that after issuance of new certificate the students or other stakeholders do not need to visit or approach IBCC for verification of the certificates. Dr Mallah said that transparency, business facility, and customer convenience are the main objectives of IBCC for which technology has been fully utilized.

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