Pakistan Engineering Council

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Pakistan Engineering Council
پاكستان انجینئری انجمن
Pakistan Engineering Council (logo).jpg
Abbreviation PEC
Motto Regulating the Engineering Profession..
Formation January 10, 1976; 41 years ago (1976-01-10)
Type GO
Legal status Foundation, ad hoc
Purpose humanitarian, Philosophy of engineering, accreditation and provide engineering education and regulation and licensure in engineering disciplines
Headquarters Atatürk Avenue (East) G-5/2
Region served
South Asia
Official language
Urdu and English
Jawed Salim Qureshi[1]
Dr Niaz Ahmad Akhtar[1]
(Punjab Province)
Mukhtar Ali Sheikh[1]
(Sindh Province)
Zahid Arif[1]
(Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province)
Ghulam Usman Babai[1]
(Balochistan Province)
Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST)[1]
Established by:
Constitution of Pakistan

Pakistan Engineering Council (Urdu: پاكستان انجینئری انجمن‎; acronym PEC), is a professional and statutory federal institution for accreditation and regulation of engineers.[2] PEC is dedicated to promote engineering education in Pakistan.[2] Established in 1976 by the PEC 1976 Act of the Constitution of Pakistan, it represents the engineering community in the country, and assists the government at the Federal and Provincial level.

PEC grants license and issues registration of engineers, consulting engineers and constructors/operators. It is also discharged with the accreditation of engineering programs throughout the country. PEC also acts as a think tank to the government and undertakes efforts to establish scientific standards for engineering innovations and services. Its headquarters is located in Islamabad, Pakistan[3] PEC has a full signatory status with Washington Accord.


  1. ^ a b c d e f PEC. "PEC Governing Body" (PDF). PEC Governing Body. Retrieved 3 February 2013. 
  2. ^ a b PEC. "Introduction". Pakistan Engineering Council. Pakistan Engineering Council. Retrieved 3 February 2013. 
  3. ^ PEC Secretariat. "PEC Secretariat". PEC Secretariat. Retrieved 3 February 2013. 

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