- To download the board exam marksheet using DigiLocker, students must use their CBSE board-registered mobile number.
- The CBSE has ordered schools to modify students’ marks based on their three-year average score and limit the number of Class 12 students who receive more than 95 percent.
- By logging into their DigiLocker account, students can gain instant access to crucial papers such as marksheets, pass certificates, migration certificates, and skill certificates.
This month, the CBSE results for both classes 10 and 12 will be released. The CBSE Class 10th results are expected this week, and the CBSE Class 12 board results are expected on July 31.
Due to the high rush of students visiting CBSE’s website on board exam result day, the central government has created a digital repository (DigiLocker) for students to obtain their board exam results, as well as pass certificates, migration certificates, and skill certifications.
To download the board exam marksheet using DigiLocker, students must use their CBSE board-registered mobile number.
How to create a DigiLocker account to get CBSE board exam results 2021?
Step 1: Go to https://accounts.digitallocker.gov.in/
Step 2: Fill in your name as it appears on your Aadhaar card
Step 3: Type in your phone number
Step 4: Create a six-digit PIN for security
Step 5: Type in your email address
Step 6: Type in your Aadhaar number
Step 7: Click the submit button
Step 8: Create a username
How to use DigiLocker for CBSE board exam results 2021?
Students can view their CBSE class 10 or class 12 board results by visiting the DigiLocker website or downloading the DigiLocker app from the Google Play Store.
Click on ‘Central Board of Secondary Education’ under the ‘education’ section of the DigiLocker website.
Select Class 10 passing certificate, Class 12 passing certificate, a Class 10 or Class 12 marksheet.
Access your marksheet and/or certificate by logging in using your CBSE-registered mobile number.
DigiLocker is a flagship initiative of the Digital India Corporation, which is governed by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (DIC). The union education ministry had already announced the launch of an online repository called DigiLocker.
The CBSE has ordered schools to modify students’ marks based on their three-year average score and limit the number of Class 12 students who receive more than 95 percent. If a school or a group of schools is found to be inflating marks, the CBSE would adjust the scores before releasing the results by July 31, it said, adding that wrongdoers will face consequences.