Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) has declared the SSC or class 10 board result today. Direct Link For AP SSC Result. The AP SSC result is available on its official website bseap.org. The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam was held from March 18 to April 2. Apart from this official website, AP SSC results will also be released on third party websites like manabadi, indiaresults and examresults. The SSC results will be released in a press conference at Vizag any time between 11.00 am and 12.00 pm, said a board official. A total of 6,21,649 students took the SSC exam this year under the Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education.
Andhra Pradesh AP SSC Result 2019: Live Updates
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 11 thousand schools in the State, a total of 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%.
Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh has declared the class 10th result or the SSC result. 94.88% clear the exam.
Since the class 10th result certificate is a valid document for date of birth proof, students should check the entries made in the result copy immediately after downloading the same online. Errors, if any, should be rectified at the earliest.
Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh will declare the SSC result at 11 am. The official result portals and the apps will release the result after it is declared in the press conference.
While the private schools registered the highest performance in SSC result last year, a total of 6475 students secured perfect 10 CGPA in the exam. The pass percentage in government schools was 94.48%.
Step one: Go to official website: www.bseap.org or the apps
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 AP SSC result.
In the CBSE class 10 board exam held this year, KSSSN Tejaswini is the Andhra Pradesh State topper. A total of 11 students are in the top 10 positions in the State. CBSE class 10 result was declared on May 6.
Andhra Pradesh SSC result will also be hosted on Kaizala app, People First Citizen app. The result will also be available on AP Fiber TV.
Introduced last year, the RTGS portal of the Andhra Pradesh government will also host the SSC result. As per the latest update on the website, the SSC result is expected at 11 am today.
In 2018, the Board was supposed to announce the AP SSC result at 11 am. However the declaration was delayed till 4 pm.
The SSC supplementary exam dates will be announced immediately after the results are announced in the press conference today. Usually the Board conducts the supplementary exam in June and the results are declared in July.
Soon after the declaration of Andhra Pradesh SSC result, the Board will issue pass certificates and mark sheets to the students which can be collected from the respective schools.
The Telangana Board of Secondary Education had declared the class 10 or SSC result on May 13. 92.43% of the total students who took the exam have qualified it. More than 5 lakh students had appeared for the SSC exam this year in the State.
While the overall pass percentage was 94.48%, it was 98.11% in private schools. The pass percentage in government schools was 94.48%. In BC welfare residential schools the 97.995 students managed to clear the SSC board exam last year.
Last year the Board had announced the AP SSC result on April 29. While the pass percentage among girls was 94.56% it was 84.41% among boys. Prakasam district recorded the highest pass percentage of 97.93 and Nellore district had the lowest pass percentage of 80.37%
Students can check the SSC result on the official website of the Board. Alternatively students can also check the result at results.gov.in.
A total of 6,21,649 students took the SSC exam this year under the Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education. As per the Board officials, the result will be first announced in a press conference at Vizag and will then be published on the official website for the students to download.