In order to be completely paperless and keep the results of the board of directors safe and tamper-proof, the Central Committee for Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced blockchain technology. CBSE Information and Technology Director Antriksh Johri said in an interview with ANI on Sunday: “CBSE has completed the implementation of the blockchain. Earlier we introduced artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) for the affiliate system. Here it is. , The data is interconnected and stored encrypted and securely, so it is immutable and traceable.”

Johri further stated, “This will be used as a single source of real data to verify that students receive higher education or employment.” In order to create the “academic (blockchain) document” software, CBSE and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) Cooperation with the National Information Center’s Blockchain Technology Center of Excellence.

Blockchain technology records data in a distributed ledger, and all participating stakeholders have ownership. Data is recorded in the chain according to the consensus between stakeholders, and replicated at all locations in the distributed network of blockchain nodes at the same time. This eliminates the reliance on third-party verification.

The data for the last three years starting from 2019 has been recorded here, and other data for previous years will be uploaded gradually. In 2016, CBSE took the lead in developing its own academic knowledge base called “Parinam Manjusha”.


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