Celebrations have begun on streets of Andhra Pradesh, as the BSEAP has announced the Manabadi SSC Results 2017. The Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) announced the AP 10th Class Results 2017 today afternoon around 3PM. The Andhra Pradesh SSC Results were announced in a formal meeting announced at Vizag office of the Board. More than 7 lakh students have appeared for the SSC Board Exam and are waiting for the announcement of AP 10th Results 2017. Students can now check the BSEAP Results online on ap10.jagranjosh.com and bse.ap.gov.in.
The BSEAP conducted the SSC Class 10 exams from March 26 to April 16 this year. The board had declared the class 10 results on May 10 last year.The BSEAP, which is known for its strict evaluation of answer sheets, kept the students waiting with bated breath. In 2016, a total number of 6,52,374 candidates appeared for the examination out of which 6,16,624 passed which culminated into 94.52 pass percentage. Last year, female candidates outshined their male counterparts with 94.77% against 94.30%.
Steps to check AP Result 2017 for 10th Class students:
The BSEAP will share the AP SSC class 10 results students online through their official website i.e. http://bse.ap.gov.in/. But to avoid last minute chaos and confusion, students can visit ap10.jagranjosh.com and get their results easily. You can also note down the key steps involved in the online checking of AP SSC Result 2017 as provided below:
• Step 1: Find live link at the top of the page / visit ap10.jagranjosh.com
• Step 2: Click on the relevant live link to go to result page
• Step 3: Input all the important information like name, birthdate and roll number
• Step 4: Click on the submit button
• Step 5: Check your AP 10th Result 2017 carefully
• Step 6: Download softcopy PDF / take printout for future reference
Once checked online, students can download a softcopy of the scorecard or take a printout of the result sheet from the website.
About the Directorate of Government Examinations, Andhra Pradesh (bseap.gov.in)
Commonly known as the Andhra Pradesh SSC Board, the Directorate of Government Examinations, Andhra Pradesh conducts the annual secondary level board exams for class 10 students. The Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) also functions as an independent authority entrusted with the task of management and promotion of secondary level education in the state. The board conducts the SSC/OSSC Public Examinations for class 10 students in the state. Every year, around 6.5 lakh students appear for the AP SSC Board Exams.