CBSE all set to digitize records of students of last 45 years

CBSE 2021

The Central Board for Secondary Education will digitize the records of all CBSE students who have enrolled in the last 45 years. The announcement came during the Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal’s live interaction with the presidents and secretaries of the CBSE Sahodaya schools.

Speaking with CBSE officials, the Minister explained that by taking this step, board students will be able to access certificates online and help registered citizens after 1975 to easily obtain their CBSE certificates.

The Union Education Minister said on Twitter that the records of all CBSE students who have enrolled in the last 45 years will be digitized so that citizens enrolled after 1975 can easily obtain the certificates. The minister added that CBSE will train 10 lakh of teachers in the coming years to achieve the NEP 2020 targets.

During the live session, the Union Minister of Education also announced that CBSE will publish CBSE 10 and 12 date sheets on February 2, 2021. After the date sheets are released, students taking the exams CBSE 2021 can download CBSE sheets 10 and 12 date sheets from the official website of the council.

Also read: CBSE affiliation system to be restructured

Depending on the dates of the next CBSE 2021 exams, the 10th and 12th grade CBSE exams will start from May 4 to June 10, 2021. However, the CBSE practice exams will start on March 1, 2021 and last until theory exams begin in May 2021. CBSE test results for grades 10 and 12 will be announced by July 15, 2021

The Central Council of Secondary Education will restructure the school affiliation system for schools and completely digitize the process, based on data analysis with minimal human intervention. The new system will come into effect on March 1, 2021, structured according to recommendations and reforms in accordance with national educational policy.

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