Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj in the presence of the Minister of Electronics and Information Technology, Law and Justice, Ravi Shankar Prasad and Minister of HRD Prakash Javadekar launched the e-sanad software.
R.K. Chaturvedi, IAS, Chairman CBSE, presented CBSE Parinam Manjusha - the Digital repository of academic records of CBSE affiliated students which has been integrated with eSanad software of MEA to provide hassle free access of attested certificates and marksheets of students of CBSE affiliated schools to universities and prospective employers.
The academic records can be stored, accessed and updated anytime anywhere.
Employers and educational institutions can use this repository to verify academic records of CBSE students online, said a statement from CBSE.
"The digital academic certificates from this repository are also available to students through Digi Locker," said the CBSE Chairman.
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The integration of e-Sanad with Parinam Manjusha will help the applicants avoid long travels and precious resources of time and money for getting their documents attested by the concerned authorities in States. It also allows filing the application online, said a statement from MEA.
eSanad has been designed and developed by NIC and will be implemented in phases. As a pilot run, the first phase of eSanad has been started in five passport offices and presently it is in the process of being implemented in the Apostille/ Attestation Cell of the Ministry.
For implementation of eSanad in the States, it is being integrated with the General Administration (NRI) Department of the Government of Telangana as a pilot project. General Administration Department of the Government of Telangana is starting the online processing of application for attestation of documents soon.
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