The students who appeared in ICSE and ISC examinations conducted by the CISCE will be given DigiLocker facility, a government-owned public cloud storage space, to store and share their documents
ICSE, ISC exam results: The students who appeared in Indian Certificate Secondary Education (ICSE) and Indian School Certificate (ISC) examinations conducted by the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will be given DigiLocker facility, a government-owned public cloud storage space, to store and share their documents, reported The Indian Express. The Council will issue digitally signed versions of marksheets and pass certificates to the students, which they can directly share with various stakeholders easily using this government’s digital storage platform which is linked to their Unique Identification Authority of India (Aadhaar number). These digital versions of documents, however, will be issued in addition to their hard copies.
DiGi Locker was launched by the Government of India in 2015 for issuance and verification of documents and certificates in a digital way to encourage paperless governance. With the facility extended to ICSE and ISC students, they can access their digital documents anytime, anywhere and also share it online with convenience. In a notice issued by CISCE Chief Executive Gerry Arathoon, the official said: “the service is free, secure and user friendly”. The only need for students is to create accounts with DigiLocker, which can be easily done in five steps at its official website digilocker.gov.in.
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The ICSE and ISC results were declared on Monday with girls outshining boys. In the class 12 examination, the pass percentage of girls is 97.73 per cent while that of the boys is 95.39 per cent. In Class 10 examination, it is 99.03 per cent, while that of the boys stands at 98.13 per cent. The overall pass percentage were settled as 96.47 per cent and 98.53 per cent for Class 12 and Class 10, respectively. Soon with the results, declared, Kolkata girl Ananya Maity emerged as the class 12 all India topper with 99.5 per cent, while Pune’s Muskan Abdulla Pathan and Bengaluru’s Ashwin Rao declared joint topper of class 10 exams with 99.4 per cent each, reported news agency PTI.