Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (BSEAP) will announce SSC/class 10 results at 4 pm on Sunday. Students can check their results on the official websites - bseap.org, bse.ap.gov.in, manabadi.co.in.
The exams were conducted from 15 to 29 March 2018.
In order to check the results, they should log on to the official website and click on the tab - Andhra Pradesh SSC (10th class) examination results 2018. Then should enter their roll number and date of birth, after which the results will be displayed.
They can also see the results by downloading the official app.
Here's how to check AP SSC Results 2018 for Class 10 on the website:
1) Visit official board website bseap.org. Candidates can also visit bieap.gov.in, manabadi.com, examresults.net. and results.cgg.gov.in
2) Click on SSC results 2018 link
3) On the new page, enter your roll number and click on submit
4) Your results and marks memo will be displayed on the screen
5) Download it or take a printout of your result for future reference
As per the official website, "The directorate of government examinations is an independent department functioning under ministry of secondary education, the government of Andhra Pradesh. The department is responsible for conducting the SSC/OSSC public examinations and a number of minor examinations."
The directorate conducts mainly SSC/OSSC examinations twice in a year and vocational SSC examination once in a year.
The Board of Intermediate Education in Andhra Pradesh regulates and supervises the system of Intermediate education. It executes and governs various activities that include devising of courses of study, prescribing syllabus, conducting examinations, granting affiliations to colleges and, providing direction, support and leadership for all educational institutions under its jurisdiction.
The Board was established in 1971, to regulate and supervise the system of Intermediate education in the state of Andhra Pradesh and to specify the courses of study and matters connected therewith. Andhra Pradesh is the first state in the country which adopted the 10+2+3 pattern of education.