Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah says IBCC has built-in safety function in certificates via Encrypted QR Code
By Web Desk
December 17, 2021
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood stated Friday that digital equivalence certificates verification service developed by the Inter-Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) will save price and time.
The schooling minister took to Twitter to focus on the significance of the digital service which can “ensure transparency and ease of business”.
Mehmood stated that now verification is only a click on away which can save price and time.
The “digital equivalence certificate verification service” was launched by the minister on Thursday. IBCC Secretary Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah briefed the minister on the initiative.
Speaking on the launching ceremony, the federal minister had stated in mild of the imaginative and prescient of the prime minister, all of the organisations working underneath the umbrella of the Education Ministry are digitalising their processes for transparency and facilitate the general public.
After profitable completion of the web equivalence course of, the IBCC digitalised the method of verification of equivalence certificates and stated the service would improve the accessibility, scale back the price and time, and different hurdles confronted by organisations inside or exterior the nation.
The minister had appreciated it for facilitating the general public via the usage of the newest expertise.
Dr Mallah had stated the IBCC built-in safety function in certificates via Encrypted QR Code.
“Now, the organisations, institutions or universities do not need to send documents to IBCC for verification, as the verification is now just a click away as they can verify it by scanning QR code from anywhere around the world.”
He had stated it was a real-time verification via which organisations might rapidly confirm knowledge on their cell or laptop and can obtain a verification e-mail for his or her official report.