CBSE 10th Result 2021: As per the updates, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the class 10th result 2021 at the official website. As results have been announced, students are waiting to get access to their documents as well. This time the board has provided a new way for students to access digital documents. It is called 'Parinam Manjusha'. Students can access it by going on its official site- cbse.digitallocker.gov.in. Those who registered themselves for this year's board exams, can now check and download their documents through this Parinam Manjusha.
What is CBSE Parinam Manjusha?
The digital academic repository called ‘Parinam Manjusha’ will allow students to find their mark sheets, pass and migration certificates online. The repository was developed by the Board in collaboration with NEGD (DigiLocker) in 2016. Students can access the platform through cbse.digitallocker.gov.in. They must note that the website even provides options for downloading mobile-based scanning apps. In order to scan that QR code, students can use any of that. After viewing the documents, students are even advised to download them and keep them safe for any future references.
How to Access Documents on Parinam Manjusha?
To access the platform, students will have to register themselves on the website after paying the verification fees. The documents will contain a QR code, which can be checked through a mobile-based scanning app. Go through the steps to know more -
- Step 1 - Go to the official website of this repository- cbse.digitallocker.gov.in.
- Step 2 - Now, complete the registration procedure.
- Step 3 - Pay the verification fee as mentioned there and follow the steps to complete the registration.
- Step 4 - Students will now receive an email with all the documents.
- Step 5 - Scan the QR code using any app and view the documents.
Apart from this, students even have the option of simply accessing their results on Digilocker or via the UMANG app. CBSE developed Parinam Manjusha by collaborating with NEGD (Digilocker). The Board even declared class 10 results 2021 in which 99.04% of students have passed. A total of 2097128 candidates have registered for the exam out of which 2076997 have passed the examination.