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BSEAP 10th Class Results, Andhra Pradesh SSC Results 2017, AP SSC Class 10 Results 2017 to be declared today

The Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) will declare the BSEAP 10th Class Results 2017, AP SSC Results 2017, BSEAP Manabadi AP SSC Results 2017, Andhra Pradesh Class 10 Results 2017, AP Board Class 10th Examination Results 2017 on Saturday.


BSEAP 10th Class Results, Andhra Pradesh SSC Results 2017, AP SSC Class 10 Results 2017 to be declared today

Hyderabad: The Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) will declare the BSEAP 10th Class Results 2017, AP SSC Results 2017, BSEAP Manabadi AP SSC Results 2017, Andhra Pradesh Class 10 Results 2017, AP Board Class 10th Examination Results 2017 on Saturday.

7,10,450 students who appeared for the Andhra SSC exam 2017 can log into bseap.org and manabadi.com to get AP 10th class SSC examination results 2017, Andhra SSC Results 2017, AP Class 10 Result, AP Board 10th Result 2017, AP 10th Result 2017.

Andhra Pradesh Results 2017, BSEAP class 10th exam Results, AP Board 2017, AP Board Class 10th Examination Results 2017 will be released at 12 noon.

How to check AP SSC 10th Supplementary results 2016, AP SSC 10 Results 2017, AP class 10th X matric exam result 2017:

- Log on to http://www.bseap.org.in/Results.aspx

- Locate “AP SSC Class 10th Result 2017” tab and click on it

- Enter your roll number

- Click on submit button and check your result

Andhra Board SSC Examination were held from 17 March - 1 April, 2017.

AP Class 10th Result 2016 details:

Around 7,21,345 students appeared for BSEAP class 10th exams 2016.

While 3,36,171 were boys, 3,85,174 were girl candidates.

Overall passing percentage – 93.26%

Boys passing percentage – 90.15

Girls passing percentage - 92.41

About Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh

Established in 1953, the BSEAP is an autonomous body under the Andhra Pradesh government's Department of Education.

The board has been entrusted with the task of regulating and supervising the system of Secondary Education in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The BSEAP used to conduct examination across undivided Andhra Pradesh but after bifurcation and creation of Telangana, its control is limited to the 13 districts remaining in the truncated state of Andhra Pradesh.

The BSEAP devises the course of study, finalises the syllabus, conduct exams besides carrying other statutory tasks like granting recognitions to schools in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

Zee Media wishes 'Best of Luck' to all those who appeared for the exams.  

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