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AP 10th Results 2019: Andhra Pradesh Board to Release SSC results today @

NEW DELHI: The Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE), Andhra Pradesh, popularly known as SSC Board (AP BSE) goes to release the AP SCC (Class 10th) end result on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.

The Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh s Class 10th effects can be introduced these days around 11:00 am on the official site of the board -

This year, more than six lakh students appeared for the SSC board exam. AP BSE had conducted SSC exam from March 18, 2019 to April 2, 2019.

Last week, the evaluation process for solution sheets is done by the AP Board.

The AP SSC Board effects would had been released closing week however it got delayed because of the importing of inner marks of students and General elections.

Usually, the AP BSE proclaims SSC results in the closing week of April yearly.

The Students and Parents can check their effects at the following websites:

Last year, AP SCC effects were declared on April 29, 2018. In 2018, the overall go percentage was once recorded at 94.48 percent. The go percentage for boys stood at 84.41% while the go percentage for ladies was once 94.56%.

Candidates can practice for the reverification of their solution scripts and received the Xerox copies of valued solution scripts. The fee for reverification of valued solution script and issue of Xerox reproduction is Rs.1000/- in line with subject.

The DGE's place of work conducts SSC/OSSC examinations twice in a year. This is the main exam with a registration of 6.52 lakh applicants for Annual (March) examinations and 0.75 lakh applicants for Advanced Supplementary Examinations (May/June).

The Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh was once established on 1953 and it functions as an self sufficient frame beneath the Andhra Pradesh's Department of Education. It was once often known as as the Directorate of Government Examinations.

Yesterday (May 13, 2019), the Telangana state board had released their SSC (Class 10) effects.

This year, the go percentage touched 92.43 in line with cent. Once once more, girls outperformed boys securing a go percentage of 94.3 in line with cent.

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