CBSE: This is good news for students who want to download CBSE 10th and 12th marksheet and certificates online, but do not have Aadhaar card yet. CBSE’s new face recognition system will allow students to download documents on sites such as Parinam Manjusha & Digi Locker.
CBSE: This is good news for students who want to download CBSE 10th and 12th marksheet and certificates online, but do not have Aadhaar card yet. CBSE’s new facial recognition system will allow students to download documents on sites such as Parinam Manjusha & Digilocker.
According to CBSE officials, CBSE’s facial recognition system will allow students to download their 10th and 12th CBSE marksheets and other certificates online. This will capture the live image of the student and match the photo available on the student’s admission card already stored in the database. After successful accreditation, students will be allowed to download their certificates.
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For the past five years, evidence has been sent to the mobile number registered by the students. However, students also have the opportunity to access the certificates via Digiloger with Adler details. But for foreign students, access to documents without evidence was still an issue. Now with sophisticated face matching technology, such students will have another convenient option to access certifications.
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Students can access CBSE Marksheet & Certificates through Parinam Manjusha & Digilocker. Currently, data on CBSE results from 2020 to 2004 is available in the CBSE repository. With the help of Digi Locker, students can access digital copies of documents like CBSE mark sheet, migration certificate from the day the CBSE results are announced.
Latest CBSE updates:
According to the latest update, CBSE has started preparations to conduct CBSE 10th and 12th Board Examinations 2021. Further details on this news can be found at the link given below
CBSE 10th and 12th Board Examinations 2021: Preparations for conducting exams have started; Check out the expected seat arrangement and updates!
In another news, CBSE officials said that there is no plan to reduce the CBSE syllabi by 2021 by 50%. You can see more details about this new one from the link below
CBSE 10th and 12th Board Examinations 2021: No decision to reduce CBSE syllabus to 50%