CBSE results: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be publishing class 10th and 12th results shortly. Results of the board class are expected to be declared by July 31. Students will be given marks based on alternate assessment criteria declared by CBSE. CBSE will be uploading documents on Digilocker and candidates will be able to see their documents at their Digilocker ID.
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What is Digilocker?
DigiLocker is a safe cloud-based stage for capacity, sharing, and confirmation of archives and certificates. DigiLocker utilizes Aadhaar to verify the identity of the student and allow authentic document entry.
CBSE will shortly upload class 10th results there. Digilocker’s Twitter handle has a tweet that says, CBSE Results for Class 10 will soon be accessible in DigiLocker. Candidates can sign up to access your important documents such as Marksheet, migration Certificates, Passing Certificate, Skill Certificate, etc.
How to create an account on Digilocker?
Step1: Visit https://accounts.digitallocker.gov.in/signup/smart_v2/4f0bc1fe0b88eb43709d3a23143cf28f
Step 2: Fill in details such as name and date of birth mentioned in Aadhaar card
Step 3: Select gender, enter your mobile number
Step 4: Candidates will be able to set a 6 digit security PIN, set a strong PIN
Step 5: Enter your valid Aadhaar number and email ID
Step 6: Submit the details and set your username
How to view documents on digilocker?
Step 1: Visit https://accounts.digitallocker.gov.in/signup/smart_v2/4f0bc1fe0b88eb43709d3a23143cf28f
Step 2: Enter the details such as mobile number or aadhaar card and enter six-digit pin
Step 3: Click on login, digilocker will be opened
Step 4: OR enter username and six-digit pin and click on submit
What after class 12th results
The University Grand Commission (UGC) has published new guidelines for exams and academic calendars for all colleges and universities. Due to the threat of COVID infection, the academic session has also been delayed this year and the examinations have not been held on time. The commission has issued guidelines for all colleges and universities to regulate the entire session.
New guidelines mention that admissions to first-year courses for 2021-22 are to be finished by no later than Sept 30 and the academic session to start by Oct 1.