General / Council of Engineers announces the results of the exams...

General / Council of Engineers announces the results of the exams...
General / Council of Engineers announces the results of the exams...

Riyadh 23 Safar 1442 AH corresponding to October 10, 2020 AD SPA
The Saudi Council of Engineers announced that about 680 engineers have passed the engineering fundamentals and architecture exam, and they are allowed to view their results through their personal accounts on the “Qiyas” website.
The testers had conducted their test in attendance at the National Center for Measurement “Qiyas” in the Kingdom, on Saturday, October 3, 2020.
The professional engineer test is considered a comprehensive engineering basics test for those on the job who wish to obtain the rank of associate engineer, and the test was prepared for the Saudi Council of Engineers within the requirements of professional registration and promotion.
The test measures proficiency and basic engineering knowledge, and includes engineers wishing to obtain an associate engineer’s degree, and those who are about to graduate and newly graduated, as well as those on the job who work at the rank of engineer, can enter the test and prepare to pass it.
The National Center for Measurement implements two types of these tests: Fundamentals of Engineering and Fundamentals of Architecture.
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