See the solution to download the missing PDF certificate in the Diksha application.


See the solution to download the missing PDF certificate in the Diksha application.


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See the solution to download the missing PDF certificate in the Diksha application.

The DIKSHA platform offers teachers, students, and parents engaging learning material relevant to the prescribed school curriculum. Teachers have access to aids like lesson plans, worksheets, and activities, to create enjoyable classroom experiences. Students understand concepts, revise lessons, and do practice exercises. Parents can follow classroom activities and clear doubts outside school hours.

• Explore interactive material created by teachers and the best Indian content creators for teachers and students in India. By India, for India!

• Scan QR codes from textbooks and find additional learning material associated with the topic

• Store and share content offline, even without Internet connectivity

• Find lessons and worksheets relevant to what is taught in the school classroom

• Experience the app in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Kannada, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Urdu with additional Indian languages coming soon!

• Supports multiple content formats like Video, PDF, HTML, ePub, H5P, Quizzes - and more formats coming soon!

• Find interactive and engaging teaching material to make your class interesting

• See and share best practices with other teachers to explain difficult concepts to students

• Join courses to further your professional development and earn badges and certificates on completion

• View your teaching history across your career as a school teacher

• Receive official announcements from the state department

• Conduct digital assessments to check your students’ understanding of a topic that you have taught

Advantages for students and parents

• Scan QR codes in your textbook for easy access to the associated lessons on the platform

• Revise lessons that you learnt in class

• Find additional material around topics that are difficult to understand

• Practice solving problems and get immediate feedback on whether the answer is correct or not.

Want to create content for DIKSHA?

• Help teachers deliver concepts in an easy and engaging manner

• Help students learn better in and outside class.

• Get involved in providing students with high quality learning material, irrespective of where they study

• If you wish to be a part of this movement, visit the VidyaDaan portal using

This initiative is supported by the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD) and led by the National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT) in India.

DIKSHA (Digital Infrastructure for Knowledge Sharing) may be a national platform for college education, an initiative of National Council for Education Research and Training (NCERT), MHRD. DIKSHA was developed supported the core principles of open architecture, open access, open licensing diversity, choice and autonomy as outlined within the Strategy and Approach Paper for the National Teacher Platform released by the previous Hon’ Minister for Human Resources Development Shri Prakash Javdekar in May, 2017. DIKSHA itself was launched by the Hon’ vice chairman of India on Sept 5th, 2017 and has since been adopted by 35 states/UT’s across also as CBSE and NCERT and by crores of learners and teachers.

DIKSHA is made on open source technology, made in India and made for India, which includes internet scale technologies and enables several use-cases and solutions for teaching and learning. DIKSHA is made using MIT licensed open source technology called Sunbird, which may be a digital infrastructure for learning and is meant to support multiple languages and solutions and offers over a 100 micro services as building blocks for the event of platforms and solutions.

DIKSHA, as mentioned earlier, is out there for the utilization of all states and UTs of India. Each state/UT leverages the DIKSHA platform in its own way, because it has the liberty and selection to use the numerous capabilities and solutions of the platform to style and run programs for his or her teachers and learners. DIKSHA policies and tools make it possible for the education ecosystem (educationist, experts, organisations, institutions - government, autonomous institutions, non-govt and personal organisations) to participate, contribute and leverage a standard platform to realize learning goals at scale for the country.

DIKSHA are often accessed by learners and teachers across the country and currently supports 18+ languages and therefore the various curricula of NCERT, CBSE and SCERTs across India. The platform is being leveraged and developed for college education, foundational learning programs and to support inclusive learning for underserved and differently-abled communities of learners and teachers.

DIKSHA offers a wide range of courses. Registered users can join these courses or are invited to join courses by the institute they are associated with. There are following types of courses available on DIKSHA:

My Courses: This category displays the list of course that you have undertaken, have partially completed or recently joined. This list also includes the course that you are invited to join.

My State Courses: This category displays the list of State-specific course that is created and uploaded by the user’s State. This list is visible only to users registered in that specific State. If you log in as an authenticated State user, you can join the course for any batch that is open for enrolment. The list displays the most recently created course at the top.

Featured Courses: This category displays all available course, irrespective of the organization that created it. Any logged-in user can join the course shown in this category.

Latest Courses: This category displays a list of the course most recently added to DIKSHA.

The guidelines to take the course vary for each course. The creator or mentor decides the guidelines applicable for that specific course.

On DIKSHA, there are two types of courses, those with certificates and those with no certificates. A note is displayed on the course details page to indicate if the course has a certificate. On successfully completing a course a course completion message is displayed. For courses with certificates, details of the certificate are also mentioned. For details on downloading course certificate refer Course Certificates

Any registered user can use the Leave course feature if they want to leave from the course.

Currently NISHTHA training is planned by the Department of Education on the Diksha platform. Registration was to be processed by October 4. The study of the module will start from tomorrow i.e. 5th October.

A detailed program has been given to the primary teachers of Gujarat state. Information on which modules to complete by which date is also given by the circular. Teachers who have completed 18 modules of NISTHA training last year do not have to undergo this training. Teachers retiring on October 31 also do not have to undergo this training.

Nishtha Training Module

1 to 3 modules have to be completed by 5 to 10 October. The first module will start from 5th October. This module can be viewed by going to the course in the Diksha application. Click on Join to join this module.

The module will have to be read from 7.30 to 10.30. You will have to watch the Baysag broadcast from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and work from 12 to 12.30 p.m.

Download Module 1 of Nishtha Training 

Nishtha training is now available on online mode on DIKSHA Plateform. All Teachers must join in this Nishtha Talim on DIKSHA Application. Teachers can Download Module 1 from below Link 

See the solution to download the missing PDF certificate in the Diksha application.

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