College student hacks 10th, 12th board results,reveals system loopholes
Delhi: Without any fancy programming or a highly trained team, a college graduate has revealed one of the biggest loopholes of the Indian education system.
Debarghya Das, a college student from Cornell University allegely hacked the eagerly awaited, ICSE and ICS results.
“I had all the ISC and ICSE results on my very own computer, in a bunch of comma-separated value files,” he writes. “It was truly incredible. It was 26 megabytes of pure, magnificent data", Das was quoted as saying in a Firstpost report.
Now, as the system attempts to lurch forward into the future with online form submission, for the first time in the history of Delhi University such ‘progress’ has only succeeded in opening a new can of worms.