At Pakistan’s Higher Education Commission (HEC) on Tuesday, Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Rana Tanveer Hussain unveiled the Ph.D. Scholar Country Directory Online System.
The traditional setup of the HEC’sPh.D. Scholar Country Directory (PCD) has been automated with the launch of the online system that can be accessed and called “pcd” in order to speed up the PCD registration process for Ph.D. scholars in Pakistan.
Chairman HEC Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed, Executive Director HEC Dr. Shaista Sohail, Vice Chancellors of various universities, and a large number of Ph.D. Scholars attended a ceremony at the HEC Secretariat in this regard.
The inclusion of Pakistani Ph.D.s will be made possible by the PCD Online System, developed by the HEC Higher Education Data Repository with assistance from IT and other Divisions. D.s in the HEC data through university focal persons within a few days without hard-copy applications or documents.
Prior, the PCD processes including five phases took a Ph.D. researcher a while to be important for the enrolled Ph.D. local area of Pakistan.
Rana Tanveer Hussain spoke at the ceremony and praised the launch of the PCD Online System, expressing the hope that the development will be of ease to Ph.D. students.
He featured the significance of utilizing innovation in institutional tasks to make processes more straightforward for people in general. He underscored the requirement for interest in human resources and underlined the job of HEC in creating HR for the country.
The Minister stated that the key to a nation’s progress and prosperity is the expansion of higher education and marketable, need-based research. He encouraged the colleges to lay out unique nearby arrangements for the advancement of expertise based instruction.
He asked the colleges to improve monetary discipline, draw in with industry, support business venture, and turn Workplaces of Exploration, Advancement, and Commercialization (ORICs) into acquiring substances.
Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed, Chairman of HEC, stated that HEC will soon automate all of its processes to make it easier for students, faculty, and the general public to get their degrees. He also said that the HEC degree verification system will be synchronized with the NADRA database to make it easier to get a license.
The target of this idea is to further develop effectiveness, work on quality, and better work with individuals, he highlighted. He urged the Vice Chancellors to assist HEC in expediting the provision of services to students and the academic community. He stated that HEC is dedicated to ensuring the best possible delivery of services to the nation.
Dr. Shaista Sohail expressed in her introductory statements that the send off of the PCD online framework in only three months will speed up the enlistment of PhDs, as 29300 PhDs are at present remembered for the PCD information.
Mr. Ghulam Nabi, Director General of HEDR, presented a comprehensive comparison of the flagship PCD Online System and the conventional PCD, which debuted in 2009.
He told the crowd that HEC taught over 300 university coordinators about the new PCD System and got feedback from universities on how to use it statistical booklet in the coming months.