Kuwait Society of Engineers, Indian Embassy tackle approval of engineering qualifications

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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 6: A collaborative meeting between the Kuwait Society of Engineers and the Indian Embassy in Kuwait was convened by a joint committee to discuss the approval of engineering qualifications for Indian engineers employed in Kuwait, reports Al-Jarida daily. The meeting, held at the society’s headquarters, was attended by Engineer Ali Mohseni, the committee’s head, along with member Jalal Al-Fadhli, Ibrahim Samir from the association’s professional accreditation center, and Anantha Abir, the second secretary for community and workers welfare from the embassy, alongside several accredited embassy staff.

The meeting was convened in response to directives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, aimed at addressing and resolving issues faced by engineers from the Indian community working in Kuwait. He clarified that the committee was established under the guidance and cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating, “The cases presented by the cultural team from the Indian Embassy were thoroughly discussed, and appropriate measures were taken for each case.”

Furthermore, Mohseni affirmed the committee’s commitment to streamlining procedures while ensuring compliance with the professional accreditation requirements necessary for practicing engineering in Kuwait. The committee’s chairman emphasized that the cases presented were limited in number, and each was addressed individually. He reiterated their willingness to collaborate with Indian accreditation bodies to align with professional and academic standards. Additionally, plans are underway to arrange meetings with accredited bodies to visit India and establish mutual understandings by the regulations set by the Engineering Qualifications Accreditation Committee of the Society.

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