Andhra Pradesh Class 10 result 2019 has been declared for more than 6 lakh students who had appeared for the AP SSC exams in March and April this year. 94.88 per cent students qualified for higher education in AP SSC results declared today. School Education Commissioner Sandhya Rani, who released the results, said 6.21 lakh students had appeared for the exam at 2,839 centres from March 18 to April 3. The result is available both on the official website and the apps hosted by RTGS or Real-Time Governance System of Andhra Pradesh. Students who have not yet downloaded the app can find the download link on the official website. Students are encouraged to check their result from the official website and app only.
The overall pass percentage last year was 94.48.
As the AP SSC results declared by the officials, the official websites stopped responding.
Among all the districts in the state, highest pass percentage has been registered in the East Godavari district. 98.19% students have cleared SSC exam in this district. The least performance has been recorded in Nellore district (83.19%).
Among the best performing subjects, highest pass percentage has been recorded in the third language where students opt for Hindi to Telugu. In Science the pass percentage is 94.42%. In Social Science subject the pass percentage is 99.84%.
Out of the total 11,690 schools in the state, 5464 schools have registered 100% result this year in annual SSC board exams.
While 95.09% girls have cleared the SSC exam in Andhra Pradesh this year, the pass percentage among boys is 94.68%.
AP SSC result 2019: How to check
Follow the steps given here to download your SSC results.
Step one: Go to official website: www.bseap.org.
Step two: You will be automatically redirected to the result page.
Step three: Enter your roll number in the space provided and click on submit.
Step four: View and download your result.
Click here for more Education News
Follow NDTV for latest election news and live coverage of assembly elections 2019 in Maharashtra and Haryana.
Subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram for latest news and live news updates.