AP SSC Results 2019 Pass Percentage: 94.88% students clear Class 10 exams; Andhra Pradesh board declares result on bseap.org
The overall pass percentage for the Andhra Pradesh Class 10 exam this year is 94.88 percent. BSEAP declared the Andhra Pradesh board results today.
The Andhra Pradesh board has announced the Class 10 examination results
Students can check their scores on bseap.org
The overall pass percentage for the Andhra Pradesh Class 10 exams this year is 94.88 percent
Girls outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 95.09 percent over 94.68 percent
AP Board 10th Results 2019 Declared | The Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) announced the results of the Class 10 exams today (14 May). Students can check their scores on bseap.org.
Students registerd an overall pass percentage of 94.88 percent, with girl outshining boys. While 95.09 percent of girls cleared the Andhra Pradesh Class 10 exams, 94.68 percent of boys passed.
Steps to check AP Board 10th results 2019:
Step 1: Visit the official website of the Board bseap.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the live link to go to the results page
Step 3: Key in all relevant information like name, birth of date and roll number
Step 4: Click on the submit button
Step 5: Your AP Board 10th result 2019 will be displayed
Step 6: Take a printout for future reference
The first examination for AP Class 10 students was First Language Paper I (Group A)/ (Composite Course). The AP SSC examination ended with SSC Vocational Course Theory on 2 April, 2019.
More than 6 lakh candidates have registered for the AP SSC exams.
In 2018, the AP SSC results for class 10 board exam were released on 29 April, 2018. The overall pass percentage last year was 94.48 percent. The pass percentage for boys was 84.41 percent and for girls was 94.56 percent.
The Board Of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh is an independent department functioning under ministry of secondary education, Government of Andhra Pradesh. The department is responsible for conducting the SSC/OSSC public examinations and a number of minor examinations like D.El.Ed. Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE)'s office conducts SSC/OSSC examinations twice in a year.
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The political journey of the former chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh began in 1968 as an MLC. He also served as Governor of Tamil Nadu from 31 August 2011 to 30 August 2016
For more details and queries, candidates are advised to visit the official website of the UPSC