AICTE: Working as an Engineer in Saudi Arabia, Engineers employed in Saudi Arabia are required by the government to hold a professional certification with the Saudi Council of Engineers.
NEW DELHI: The joint secretary of the ministry of external affairs contacted the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) requesting a professional accreditation for engineers employed in the nation. Candidates interested in applying may do so at eservices.saudieng.sa, the website of the Saudi Council of Engineers.
According to the notice, the Saudi Arabian government has made professional certification with the Saudi Council of Engineers a prerequisite for engineers planning to work there. If the engineers lack the aforementioned accreditation, they will not be permitted to work in the nation.
As a result, AICTE sent out a notification to all vice chancellors of technical universities and the directors of AICTE-approved institutions, asking them to spread the word to engineering students and professors who may be looking for work in Saudi Arabia.
A professional organisation called the Saudi Council of Engineers was established in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to advance the engineering profession’s standards and those who practise it.
The “Rozgar Mela” is a project that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has started to address the employment of engineers in the country. Nirmala Sitharaman, the union’s finance minister, stated that the hiring drive will also provide work possibilities for engineers in the nation.
Additionally, Microsoft increased its CyberShikshaa initiative to upskill 45,000 students and provide jobs in the cybersecurity business for 10,000 trainees. AICTE: Working as an Engineer in Saudi Arabia.
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