CBSE goes green with digital mark sheets – A New Move of CBSE saves 50,000 trees in six months

CBSE’s new decision brings a fresh air in the current situation. The board decided to go digital and help in saving at least 50,000 trees that can be a great start in developing a holistic and green world for the next generation students. CBSE’s new initiative will definitely bring a positive change in the environment as the board has made the board exams mark sheets digital by using PKI based QR Codes on the same day of declaring the results.

Besides, the migration certificates and pass certificates will be digital by using the same PKI based QR Codes and it would be available online on the same day when the results get declared. Furthermore, the board also opened 80 lakh digital lockers for class 10 and class 12 students.

Get Free Educational Material Right In Your Email!!

Air pollution and deforestation are two prominent issues in the present society and CBSE’s initiative towards protecting the environment is applause-worthy. By going paperless, CBSE reduced the carbon footprint. As per the current research, the CBSE has saved up to 30 crore sheets and thus saved 50 thousand trees in the last six months. Consequently, by stopping production and printing of paper, the board managed to save about 100 crore rupees.

Besides, the digital system made the entire academic process transparent that benefits the students. The board is taking the right measures to move to an online platform for issuing of exam admit cards, notices and other documents.

Sponsored Products