Blockchain technology is being used to secure CBSE Board Exam results.
The last three years' worth of CBSE board test results have been secured using blockchain, and more will be added.
CBSE worked with the Blockchain Technology Centre of Excellence.
The data is recorded on a distributed ledger using blockchain technology.
Data is recorded throughout the chain depending on stakeholder agreement.
In 2016, "CBSE was the first to create its academic archive, dubbed "Parinam Manjusha."
CBSE Board Exam Results: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has implemented blockchain technology to go paperless and maintain board results that are safe and tamper-proof. Antriksh Johri, CBSE Director of Information and Technology, said speaking to media on Sunday, "Blockchain implementation has been done by CBSE. Earlier, we introduced Artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine learning (ML) for affiliation systems. Here, the data is linked and stored with cryptographic security so that it is immutable and traceable."
"This will serve as a single source of truthful data for verification for students going for higher education or employment." Johri continued. To create the "Academic (BlockChain) Documents' software, CBSE collaborated with the Centre of Excellence for Blockchain Technology of the National Informatics Centre under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY)."
The data is recorded in a distributed ledger via blockchain technology, which is owned by all participants. The data is recorded in the chain based on stakeholder consensus and duplicated at all nodes in the distributed network of BlockChain nodes at the same time. This eliminates the need for verification from a third party.
Starting in 2019, data from the past three years have been logged in this, and data from prior years will be uploaded progressively. In 2016, "CBSE was the first to create its academic archive, dubbed "Parinam Manjusha."