AP SSC Result 2024
RESULT DATE: Likely in May 2024
AP SSC Exams 2024
DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON
DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON
Latest News on Andhra Pradesh SSC Exams 2024 - Time Table, Hall Tickets, Result & more..
Latest information on AP SSC Exams 2024BSE Andhra Pradesh will conduct its SSC (Class 10) Public Examinations 2024 in the month of April 2024. The detailed AP SSC Time Table 2024 is also expected to be announced soon. Each paper shall be of 100 marks & students will need to appear for 6 subjects. There shall also be no weightage for internal marks for Annual SSC Exams 2024. Students can bookmark this page to get the latest information on Andhra Pradesh 10th Exam Dates 2024.
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Download your AP SSC Hall Tickets 2024The Andhra Pradesh SSC Hall Tickets 2024 are generally issued by the BSEAP a month before the conduct of the SSC & OSSC Public Examinations 2024. With the SSC Exam 2024 scheduled in the month of April 2024, students will receive their AP SSC Hall Ticket 2024 in the month of February / March 2024. BSEAP announces the SSC Hall Tickets 2024 online on its Official Website and the same would be available for download from www.results.shiksha.
Latest information on Andhra Pradesh 10th Class Result 2024With the AP SSC Exams 2024 scheduled to be completed by April 2024, the Andhra Pradesh 10th Results 2024 will be announced in May 2024. Last year, the AP SSC Result was declared on May 6 by Andhra Pradesh Education Minister, Botcha Satyanarayana for over 6 lakh students. Students can keep visiting this website for the latest information on Andhra Pradesh SSC Result 2024.
Steps to check your AP Class 10 Results 2024Step 1: Go to AP SSC Results 2024 Official Website: https://www.bse.ap.gov.in/ or alternatively log on to https://www.results.shiksha/andhra-pradesh/ssc.htm.
Step 2: Enter your Andhra Class 10th Roll Number 2024 and click on the Get AP SSC Result button.
Step 3: Your Andhra Pradesh 10th Result & Marks Memo 2024 will be displayed instantly.
Step 4: Take a printout of your AP SSC Result 2024 for future reference.
Know more about BSE Andhra Pradesh (Vijayawada)Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP), also known as the Directorate of Government Examinations, was established in 1953 and currently has its headquarters at Vijayawada to regulate and supervise the system of secondary education in Andhra Pradesh. Directorate of Government Examinations functions under the Ministry of Secondary Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh as an independent department. BSEAP conducts the Andhra SSC examinations twice a year in which over 14 lakh students appear ever year. In addition to SSC examination, other examinations conducted by the Board are 1st Year D. Ed Public Examinations, 2nd year D. Ed Public Examinations, C.L.I. Sc Examinations, Professional Advancement Test for Teachers, National Talent Search Examinations, Technical TTC Examination, National Means Cum Merit Scholarship Examinations, LPT Exams (Telugu, Urdu, Hindi) and many more.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Andhra Pradesh SSC Result 2024
When will the AP SSC Exams 2024 be conducted?
The Andhra Pradesh SSC Exams 2024 will be conducted in April 2024 and the detailed Time Table for the exams will be announced soon.
How to download the BSEAP SSC Hall Ticket 2024?
BSEAP announces the SSC Hall Tickets 2024 online for download by Schools & Students in the month of February / March 2024.
What is the date of declaration of AP SSC Results 2024?
With the AP SSC Exams 2024 scheduled in April 2024, the results for the same will be announced in May 2024.
What is the passing marks in Andhra Pradesh SSC Exams 2024?
Except for Hindi, all other subjects in AP SSC Exams has two papers, i.e., Paper I and Paper II. Each student should score 35 marks (combined Paper 1 and 2) to pass the exam. If a student gets 10 marks in Paper 1 and 25 marks in Paper 2, he/she will be declared pass in the respective subject.