Single sign-on users are the verified users of a particular State. They have a unique ID the State provides, which is used for logging in to DIKSHA. SSO users get instructions from the State on how to log in. States who do not have a State system or portal have to self-sign up because they do not have a system into which DIKSHA can be integrated.
When the SSO user signs up, the state portal returns a set of fields that DIKSHA uses to create the user account, for example, Name, External User ID, State ID, External school (organisation) ID, and Roles. On being redirected to DIKSHA, the user is prompted to enter their phone number and validate the OTP. After successful validation of OTP, the user can log into DIKSHA.
|Who signs up using the State system?
|A State verified user
|What is needed to sign up using the State system?
|A State verified user credential
|What will be the outcome?
|User signs in to DIKSHA using credentials
The video provides step-by-step instructions on how to sign in using the State system,
Users are not required to set a different password for DIKSHA instead, they can use the State system password.