According to Al-Jarida daily, a joint committee of the Kuwait Society of Engineers and the Indian Embassy in Kuwait met to consider approving the engineering qualifications for Indian engineers working in Kuwait. The committee’s head, Engineer Ali Mohseni, was present at the meeting, which took place at the society’s headquarters. Other attendees included Jalal Al-Fadhli, a member, Ibrahim Samir from the association’s professional accreditation center, Anantha Abir, the embassy’s second secretary for community and workers welfare, and a number of accredited embassy personnel.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs ordered the meeting, which was held with the intention of discussing and resolving problems encountered by Indian engineers employed in Kuwait. He explained, saying, “The cases presented by the cultural team from the Indian Embassy were thoroughly discussed, and appropriate measures were taken for each case.” The committee was formed with the support and guidance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Mohseni also reaffirmed the committee’s dedication to expediting processes while guaranteeing adherence to the professional accreditation standards required to practice engineering in Kuwait. The head of the committee underlined that there were just a few examples submitted, and each was reviewed separately. He reaffirmed their readiness to work with Indian accrediting organizations in order to conform to academic and professional norms. Plans are also afoot to organize visits to India by certified organizations in order to forge agreements based on guidelines established by the Society’s Engineering Qualifications Accreditation Committee.