The Central Board of Secondary Education has been awarded Gold in the Digital India Awards 2022. Draupadi Murmu, India’s President, presented the award to the Board. CBSE received the award in the category of Data Sharing and Utilization for Socioeconomic Development. According to the official statement, the Board’s pioneering IT initiative “Digital Academic Repository – Result Manjusha” was selected for Gold.
Shri Kamal Kumar Khandelwal, Joint Secretary (IT), and Dr. Antriksh Johri, Director, accepted the award (IT & Projects). The event was attended by Ashwini Vaishnav, Minister of Electronics and Information Technology, Railways and Communications, Alkesh Kumar Sharma, Secretary, MeitY, and Rajesh Gera, Director General, NIC.
According to the official press release, Result Manjusha is a first-of-its-kind online repository as a single source of result data developed and implemented by CBSE’s Department of IT and integrated with NeGD’s DigiLocker. It contains data from the last 22 years of board examinees and the last 5 years of CTET examinees.
Along with the results, you can download digital academic documents such as mark sheets/passing certificates, migration certificates, and skill certificates. This includes the CTET mark sheet, passing certificate, class 9, 11, scholarship, and registration card.