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Educational board CBSE is using the blockchain technology to keep exam board results as well as documents secure & temper proof. 

CBSE has established "Academic {BlockChain} Documents" (ABCD) using the Blockchain Technology to record its academic documents, by linking them like a chain. This Chain records the Academic Documents in a distributed manner in multiple locations. Academic Documents in this chain are secured, tamper proof and immutable. Attempt to tamper the data is not possible as all the distributed locations need to be updated as per the agreement to synchronize the data between them.

For creating ABCD, CBSE collaborated with the Centre of Excellence for Blockchain Technology of National Informatics Centre (NIC) under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY).

At present, CBSE’s academic documents of the academic years 2019, 2020 & 2021 for class X and XII (both Main & Compt. Exam) are in the Blockchain and gradually CBSE would append academic documents for the previous years.

Further, as Academic {BlockChain} Documents(ABCD)’ provides the mechanism for the educational institutes and companies to verify online the details of the claims of the applicants, who apply for the higher education or job, its stakeholders, besides students, i.e. it can be used by Educational Institutes, Employers and Financial Institutes, by integrating the systems with plug-in interfaces.

How to Use ABCD

  1. All users viz. students, educational institutions, employers can verify academic documents by visiting or CBSE Main website
  2. Click on “Verify” menu option on top menu bar available on home page.
  3. Select the class from the pop up. Input basic details like Roll No, Date of Birth (in case of Class X only), Exam Year, Exam Type and Student Name (partial) and press ‘Go’ to confirm.
  4. Once the details are validated, the marks statement (available presently) of the student is displayed.          


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