The Higher Education Commission of Pakistan issued a notification for parents and students to help them about the courses and subjects they are wishing to apply for.
The education commission of Pakistan urged students and parents to research fully about various universities to ensure the credibility of the university they are applying into.
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Taking it to official Twitter handle, HEC wrote, “Important Notice for students and parents ! HEC urges you to ensure the accreditation of professional degree programmes and the recognition of admitting university from HEC before taking admission”.
HEC also shared a list of courses and their relevant universities:
Students applying for computing programmes must ensure their university is registered with the National Computing Education Accreditation Council (NCEAC).
For a business school’s degree to be considered valid by the HEC, the school must be registered with the National Business Education Accreditation Council (NBEAC).
All agriculture schools must be registered with the National Agriculture Education Accreditation Council (NBEAC).
- Homeopathy, Tibb
All students seeking admission to hemopathy courses must ensure that the institution they are applying to is registered with the National Council for Homeopathy (NCH).
Moreover, those seeking admissions to tibb must confirm their prospective school’s accreditation with National Council for Tibb (NCT).
All law schools must be accredited by the Pakistan Bar Council (PBC) for their degree to be considered HEC verified.
Students interested in degree courses in pharmacy must ensure that their desired institute is registered with the Pakistan Pharmacy Council (PCP).
All architecture and design schools must be registered with Pakistan Council for Architects and Town Planners (PCATP).
- Medical, dentistry, nursing
All medical universities must be accredited by the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC).
Furthermore, those pursuing courses in nursing must ensure their schools are accredited by the Pakistan Nursing Council (PNC).
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All engineering schools must be accredited by the Pakistan Engineers Council (PEC) for their degrees to be considered valid by the HEC.