CBSE launches 'Pariksha Sangam,' one-stop portal for all exam-related activities
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the launch of a digital initiative called "Pariksha Sangam," which will serve as a one-stop platform for all exam-related activities ahead of Class 10 and 12 examination results. This portal is divided into three primary sections: schools (Ganga), regional offices (Yamuna), and the head office (Saraswati). Other portals will soon be merged with it.
- The Pariksha Sangam is expected to streamline all board exam and result-related activities by integrating the various exam-related processes performed by regional school offices and the board's headquarters.
- The 2022 Class 10 and Class 12 CBSE results are reportedly expected to be released in the first few weeks of July.
- This portal, Pariksha Sangam, will be critical in the announcement of the results.
Through CBSE's Pariksha Sangam, students, teachers, and schools will be able to apply for re-evaluation of results, request photocopies of answer sheets, and much more. In addition, they will reportedly have access to exam reference materials, pre- and post-exam activities, and school DigiLockers. In addition to the launch of the portal, an integrated communication system and a payment method have also been introduced.
The portal is expected to go live once the registration process for students in Classes 9 and 11 is completed. Students, teachers, and parents would also have access to contact information and other details for the Regional Offices of the CBSE. The requirement for uploading the practical and theoretical examination marks for Classes 9 through 12 would also be moved to Pariksha Sangam.
Under this initiative, the CBSE would merge all of its other portals, including e-Sandesh, IPS Payment System, OASIS, Board Circulars, etc. Teachers are excited about the launch of this portal because it will make all the procedures much more transparent and simpler than before.
While students are waiting for their results, no official date has been announced yet. The CBSE's Controller of Exams, Sanyam Bhardwaj, reportedly stated, "The board is on track to advance the schedule. UG admission schedule of different institutions are kept in mind and CBSE (is) in touch with the concerned authorities to protect the interests of its students."