NEW DELHI: The system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) followed in CBSE affiliated schools, and making Board exams optional, is being reviewed by CBSE.
The affiliation process will also be fast-tracked with an e-affiliation initiative and a separate wing for affiliation and examination.
To avoid errors, the data would be sanitised before going for the final print of certificates. "These certificates are primary documents for everything and therefore the system needs to be sanitized. After schools fill up the forms, these will be sent to parents for checking and signatures," said Mr. Chaturvedi.
The digital locker will allow a student to easily download his or her certificate. Also, certificates submitted to any institution registered with CBSE can be it authenticated online.
All certificates, starting from 2015 onwards are getting digitised and any candidate who wants his or her certificate can get it from any of the regional offices. Previously, these certificates were available only in that particular region from where the board exam was taken.
Candidates will also be able to find information about their examination centres online. They̢ll be able to not only locate a centre on GIS maps in their cell phones but also to view its facilities.
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