bseap.org, manabadi.com for Andhra Pradesh SSC Results 2016 AP Board matric examination result shortly

The Andhra Pradesh Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination Result 2016 will be available shortly on the Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) official website bseap.org and manabadi.com

Last Updated: May 10, 2016, 10:40 AM IST
bseap.org, manabadi.com for Andhra Pradesh SSC Results 2016 AP Board matric examination result shortly

Hyderabad: The Andhra Pradesh Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination Result 2016 will be available shortly on the Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) official website bseap.org and manabadi.com

AP SSC Results 2016 is eagerly awaited by the 6,57,595 candidates who sat for the examination this year. The Matric result is crucial for students as a good showing will ensure that they get select a study stream of choice in +12 level, leading to them getting to get into a college of their choice after two years.

The students had an anxious wait for their SSC Result as earlier there were reports that that the declaration of the result may get delayed by some time due to a technical glitch, however, the board later clarified that the results will be declared on May 10 at 11 am.

Step by step procedure to check AP SSC 10 Results 2016

  1. Log on to the official website of Andhra Pradesh State Board
  2. Locate “AP SSC Class 10th Result 2016” tab and click on it
  3. Enter details like roll number, Date of Birth and other info in respective fields
  4. Click on ‘Submit’ button to get results
  5. Take a printout

How to Check AP SSC (Matric) Result via SMS

Last year's result

The AP SSC results were declared on May 20 last year. The results were quite encouraging as 91.15% boys and 91.75% girls had successfully cleared the examination. The overall pass percentage was 91.42%. Among the district, Kadapa came first with 98.54% pass percentage.

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, it 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.