The process of attestation for a provisional certificate involves verifying the certificate’s authenticity, getting it sealed by the state’s human resources department, which confirms the certificate’s validity, and getting the Ministry of External Affairs’ stamp, which confirms the document’s authenticity in other countries. This step is necessary to ensure the accuracy of the certificate and that the holder is not a fraud. The final step of attestation is obtaining a stamp from the embassy of the country where the candidate intends to travel. This stamp confirms the document’s authenticity in that country. The provisional certificate attestation process is designed to ensure that the individual has a valid certificate and has not misrepresented their qualifications.