CBSE Wins Digital India Award 2022

 Digital India Awards have been instituted under the National Portal of India, a mission mode project of MeitY.


CBSE 2023: President Droupadi Murmu recently presented CBSE with the Gold Digital India Award 2022 in the category of Data Sharing and Use for Socio-Economic Development. Digital Academic Repository – Parinam Manjusha, a groundbreaking IT project by CBSE, was chosen for the Gold category.

In the presence of Ashwini Vaishnaw, Minister of Electronics and Information Technology, Dr. Antriksh Johri, Director (IT and Projects), and Kamal Kumar Khandelwal, JS(IT), accepted the award.

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The National eGovernment Division’s (NeGD) Digi Locker is integrated with Parinam Manjusha, a pioneering online repository as a single source of result data that was created and implemented by the CBSE IT Department. For the purpose of downloading academic documents by students and just-in-time verification by admissions and counseling bodies, higher education institutions, and employers, result data of board examinees from the past 22 years (2001-2022) and CTET examinees from the past five years (2018-2022) are both available. Additionally, the Board intends to upload legacy results starting in 1975 to this repository.

By using this method rather than the outdated one, which takes longer in physical access mode, students will be able to retrieve their old degrees and documents more quickly.

The National Portal of India, a mission-mode project of MeitY, has established the Digital India Awards. The prize honors government organizations all over India for their outstanding and creative use of digital technology.

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