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The Pakistan Engineering Council is a statutory body, constituted under the PEC
Act 1976 (V of 1976) amended upto 24th January 2011, to regulate the engineering
profession in the country such that it shall function as key driving force for achieving
rapid and sustainable growth in all national, economic and social fields. The council
shall as its mission set and maintain realistic and internationally relevant standards
of professional competence and ethics for engineers, and licence engineers,
and engineering institutions to competently and professionally promote and uphold
Its main statutory functions include registration of engineers, consulting engineers,
constructors/operators and accreditation of engineering programmes run by universities/institutions,
ensuring and managing of continuing professional development, assisting the Federal
Government as think tank, establishing standards for engineering products and services
besides safeguarding the interest of its members. The council shall encourage, facilitate
and regulate working of professional engineering bodies for
creativity and as custodians of engineering under the umbrella of the Council.
PEC interacts with the Government, both at the Federal and Provincial level by participating
in Commissions, Committees and Advisory Bodies. PEC is a fully representative body
of the engineering community in the country.
PEC has also been providing support to the Government in conducting technical enquiries
and recommending remedial measures on the subjects referred. Over the years, the
Pakistan Engineering Council has become an influential voice, which speaks for the
engineering profession as a whole in the country. It forms an effective bridge between
Government, industry and education.
PEC maintains a very lean secretariat at its Head Quarters at Islamabad and branch
offices in all the provincial capitals.