Today's mark sheets/transcripts issued by the universities/institutions are neither standardised nor secure. In this paper a new method of generating mark sheets under a standardised framework with inbuilt protection has been suggested. This new approach employs 2D Barcode for machine reading capability, Reverse Asymmetric Cryptography to authenticate all the critical fields, OCR for automated verification of the correctness of each and every entry in the mark-sheet. The innovation introduced is in use of all the above technology options optimally to realize a line verification capability of the contents, with practically no limit in the size of the contents to be verified, with full retrieval capability of the full data and automated verification without a on-line look-up to the database and eliminating human error at the verification end.
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S. Balsubramanian, R. Iye, P., and Dr. S. Ravishankar, “Mark sheet verification”, in 2009 3rd International Conference on Anti-counterfeiting, Security, and Identification in Communication, ASID 2009, Hong Kong, 2009.