December 1, 2022

CBSE uses blockchain technology to keep board exam results and important documents tamper-proof

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CBSE has created a new solution to keep dashboard results and other important documents safe and unaltered. He has collaborated with the Center of Excellence in Block Chain Technology of the National Center for Computing of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Govt. India to create the academic Documents “{BlockChain}”.

Steps to check the date-

All users: students, educational institutions and employers can verify academic documents by following these steps:

Step 1: Visit – cbse.certchain.nic.in or cbse.gov.in.

Step 2: Click on the Verify menu option on the top menu bar available on the home page.

Step 3: Select the class in the pop-up window.

Step 4: Enter the basic details such as the list number, the date of birth (only in the case of class 10), the year of the test, the type of test and the student’s name (partially) and press “Go ” to confirm.

Step 5: Once the details are validated, the transcript (currently available) is shown to the student.

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CBSE has made digitally signed certificates for classes 10 and 12 available for the years 2019-2021 and will gradually delay certificates from previous years in the coming months. When the CBSE issues new certificates, the digitally signed certificates will be sent to the Block Chain-based system to create an additional secure link. This network was established with nodes in Bangalore, Pune and Jaipur. Today, the certificate chain is managed by the NIC in its own data centers.

With this, the validity and validity of the certificate can be easily verified with the respective universities or boards, states the CBSE. Blockchain technology records data in a distributed ledger owned by all participating stakeholders. Data is recorded on-chain based on consensus among stakeholders and replicated simultaneously across all locations of the distributed network of BlockChain nodes. This eliminates the dependency on a third party for verification.

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CBSE had previously developed its own digital academic repository called “Parinam Manjusha” in 2016. This repository was integrated with the NEGD (National Electronic Governance Division) Digital Locker platform.

Currently, outcome data for test takers in grades 10 and 12 who are 18 years old, that is, from 2004 to 2021, is available online for students to download digital academic papers and employers and institutions of higher education. verify them. Approximately 12 crore digitally generated in real time, digitally signed, based on PKI.

The Academic Block Chain Document can be used by many educational institutes for verification at the time of admission for graduate studies and companies for job offers. It can also be used for online consultations by institutes, integrating their systems with interfaces.