Online Innovation Inevitable To Compete With Intl. Education System
Education is the first rung on the ladder of nation-building; regardless of the country’s economic situation, education is govt’s top priority.
To compete with the international education system, online innovation has become unavoidable. Address by the Federal Education Minister at the inauguration ceremony of the Student Facilitation Center and Online Attestation Portal at the IBCC Secretariat in Islamabad
While speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the Student Facilitation Center equipped with modern facilities and an online attestation portal at the Secretariat of the Inter Board Committee of Chairman (IBCC), the Federal Minister of Education & Professional Training stated that development and stability in the country’s education system are not possible without revolution and innovation.
Education is the first rung on the ladder of nation-building; regardless of the country’s economic situation, education is the government’s top priority. IBCC’s Student Facilitation Center, complete with modern facilities and an Attestation Portal, will be a watershed moment in resolving student issues. IBCC is resolving student issues by bringing positive changes to the system on a daily basis.
With the launch of the online attestation portal, students no longer need to visit IBCC. Furthermore, the Federal Board has installed a self-service machine called “KISOK” at the IBCC facilitation centre, which benefits FBISE students by eliminating the need for them to visit the Federal Board for document verification and a sealed envelope.
They can also pay their fees and submit applications using KISOK. On this occasion, Secretary IBCC Dr. Ghulam Ali Malah stated that educated youth will lead Pakistan on the path of development, as youth make up the majority of the country’s population and have the right to an education. IBCC is working hard to solve student problems and implement automated reforms within the organization. Because of the QR-based attestation and equivalence certificates initiative, students no longer need to visit the IBCC for verification.
They can instantly verify their documents from anywhere in the world. Furthermore, the students will benefit from the opening of a cutting-edge facilitation center. IBCC is also incorporating a digital payment module into all of their processes; with the addition of this facility, students don’t need to stand in the long queues for submission of their fee; they can submit it through mobile banking, etc.
Dr. Malah went on to say that the development of IBCC would be impossible without the support of the government. Qaiser Alam, Chairman of the Federal Board, also attended the inauguration ceremony. At the end of the ceremony, IBBC Secretary Dr. Ghulam Ali Malah thanked all the guests.