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Indian Ambassador reviews unaccredited engineering cases

H. E. Dr. Adarsh Swaika, the Ambassador of India to Kuwait, discussed the professional accreditation developments for engineers from the Indian community with Eng. Faisal Al-Atal.

The President of the Society of Engineers welcomed Eng. Faisal Al-Atal at the association’s headquarters. He was accompanied by His Excellency Dr. Adarsh Swaika, the Ambassador of India to Kuwait, along with First Labor Secretary Manas Patel and Second Secretary for Consular Affairs Anshita Kadouas, in the presence of several association members.

Al-Atal expressed his happiness at receiving Ambassador Swaika and discussing the professional accreditation developments for engineers from the Indian community. He said, We are pleased with our cooperation in applying the practice requirements with the embassy, which has significantly reduced the number of engineers from the Indian community who were previously unable to obtain engineering accreditation.

Al-Atal mentioned that during the meeting, the association received a very limited number of such cases that they will work together to overcome. He added, We are working on launching a special electronic platform to bring engineers of all nationalities together, ensuring that their qualifications and experience meet Kuwait’s professional requirements. Subsequently, we will conduct accreditation procedures and tests after their arrival in the country.

He explained that this platform will contribute to achieving their goal with the Indian Embassy of reaching zero unapproved engineering cases in Kuwait. Al-Atalstressed that the association adopts the lists of the Indian National Council NBA and also follows the global index Washington Accord.

Al-Atal pointed out that the association received during the meeting a very limited number of these cases that we will work together to overcome, adding: We are working on launching a special electronic platform to bring engineers of all nationalities to ensure that their qualifications and experience match the requirements of practising the profession in Kuwait and then carry out accreditation procedures and pass the tests after their arrival in the country.

He explained that this platform will contribute to achieving our ambition with the Indian Embassy to reach zero unapproved cases of engineering work in Kuwait, stressing that the association adopts the lists of the Indian National Council NBA and also adopts the global index Washington Accord.



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