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It could be assessed as level 7 but you'll never know unless you submit it for assessment.
I also have no idea if immigration will allow you the bonus points if your degree is not with honours. Entirely at their discretion.
This is what I have got when i did PAR for my masters . I am not sure if I should go for bachelors degree assessment or file EOI ?

Thank you for your application.
The Pre-assessment Result for your nominated qualification, Master of
Engineering awarded in 2006 by Birla Institute of Technology, Birla Institute of
Technology, Mesra, Ranchi Jharkhand 835215, India.

Pre-assessment Result:
On the information available, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA)
assesses this qualification as comparable to the learning outcome of a
qualification at Level 8 on the New Zealand Qualification Framework.

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This is what I have got when i did PAR for my masters . I am not sure if I should go for bachelors degree assessment or file EOI ? Thank you for your application. The Pre-assessment Result for your nominated qualification, Master of Engineering awarded in 2006 by Birla Institute of Technology, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi Jharkhand 835215, India. Pre-assessment Result: On the information available, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) assesses this qualification as comparable to the learning outcome of a qualification at Level 8 on the New Zealand Qualification Framework.
I think you should go for assessment of the BE instead of submitting EOI quoting the Masters as you risk immigration removing all points associated with an occupation off the LTSSL as a Masters doesn't meet the requirements regardless of the assessment level, although even that is too high. I think you need 7.

If I was you I'd have the BE assessed and submit the EOI with reference to both qualifications.

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I am Mudassar from Pakistan.I am Electrical Engineer by profession.I have done Masters in Electrical Engineering from a Pakistani Private University and Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from a renowned Pakistani Public University.I submitted my PAR and i got level 9.Similarly,my wife is M.Phil in Accounting and Finance from a Pakistani Public University and she also got level 9 for her degree in PAR Report.

I filled me EOI for NZ and i am at 155 score with bonus points for my degree and work experience as my field of education and experience are in LTSSL.The question i want to ask is that i have an expired score of IELTS.Should i submit my EOI or i should first take IELTS???

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I think you should go for assessment of the BE instead of submitting EOI quoting the Masters as you risk immigration removing all points associated with an occupation off the LTSSL as a Masters doesn't meet the requirements regardless of the assessment level, although even that is too high. I think you need 7.

If I was you I'd have the BE assessed and submit the EOI with reference to both qualifications.

Not intended as immigration advice.

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Dear Sir

I am Mudassar from Pakistan.I am Electrical Engineer by profession.I have done Masters in Electrical Engineering from a Pakistani Private University and Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from a renowned Pakistani Public University.I submitted my PAR and i got level 9.Similarly,my wife is M.Phil in Accounting and Finance from a Pakistani Public University and she also got level 9 for her degree in PAR Report.

I filled me EOI for NZ and i am at 155 score with bonus points for my degree and work experience as my field of education and experience are in LTSSL.The question i want to ask is that i have an expired score of IELTS.Should i submit my EOI or i should first take IELTS???
When you submit EOI you (and your partner) are making a declaration that you already meet the basic criteria and requirements for the visa category you are applying for and that in addition you score the points stated and you have the evidence to support that score.
If your IELTS has expired then you don't meet the criteria as you cannot prove you have the basic English language requirement, so you aren't eligible to apply. You cannot claim something retrospectively as there's no guarantee you will pass at the desired minimum level.

You should re-take IELTS before submitting EOI.

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