Higher Secondary(HSC) Certificate attestation is verifying the school-level certificate by a designed person or authority to prove its authenticity. The higher secondary examination is a public examination done by the school's affiliated board for plus two students in India. If one student passes that examination, they will be awarded the Higher Secondary certificate. Students who pass the HSC examination are eligible for higher studies. Higher secondary certificate attestation is a legal process of confirming or witnessing a higher secondary certificate by an authorized person/ authorities/department with their official seal or signature to legalise the document. A higher secondary certificate is a personal record of secondary educational qualification, and the applicant should prove its authenticity in the field we are applying for.
The Higher Secondary Certificate attestation has different purposes like –
- For employment purposes
- For higher study purposes
- For school admission purposes
- For visa purposes
Through HSC certificate attestation, the documents get more authenticated, which will help to prove the genuinity of the certificate. When a person goes abroad for higher studies or other educational purposes, their higher secondary certificate must be attested by that country’s embassy or consulate in India. HSC certificate attestation is necessary for all foreign countries. Otherwise, it will cause more complications in the use of certificates. A higher secondary certificate is a personal document which will show our qualifications. HSC attestation includes various official procedures, and the applicant should follow all the steps; otherwise, it will make more complications. HSC attestation makes the certificate more valid and credible. Through HSC certificate attestation, a higher secondary certificate gets accepted anywhere in the country where the certificate holder plans to go. HSC attestation does not have any validity problem, so it can also be used for other needs.