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Source: www.thehindu.com

CBSE board is currently on its last stage for the declaration of Board Results for class 10 and 12. As per the latest update, CBSE is planning to issue mark sheets and all other relevant documents through DigiLocker Mobile Application. 

Recently, the Board administration put the text message to all its students. Under the SMS, they are directed to download this app and make an account for CBSE results 2020. 

According to the earlier announcement, The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will release the results by 15th July. The students will be evaluated on the basis of the newly devised scheme.

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SMS to Download DigiLock application

As per the media updates, CBSE has directed all the students to download this app waiting for the results. By creating an account,  candidates can access their mark sheets as soon as the result comes out.

Due to the prevailing pandemic, it would not be easily able to deliver a physical copy of mark sheets, pass certificates, and migration certificates.

As the schools are closed,  CBSE devised a new platform to provide the relevant documents. Under this, the board will give digitally signed copies of the certificates.  Additionally,  the DigiLock app will assist them to submit the papers needed for higher studies’ admission procedures.

The method to obtain documents via DigiLock

Students who are not knowledgeable about how to use the application can follow these simple steps. By obeying the steps, you can get your digitally signed relevant Board documents.

The steps are-

  • Visit the play store / app store on your mobile phone

  •  Search For and Download DigiLocker App on your device

  • Register yourself on the mobile app utilizing our mobile phone number

  • Validate your mobile number using your OTP

  • Type your 6 digit security pin (last 6 digits of your exam roll number)

  • Step 6: Download CBSE Marksheets and Documents

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As per the latest news,  CBSE has already developed a default account for its students. However, the students need to fill the same mobile number present in their Adhaar Card.

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