The Boards of Intermediate Education, AP (BIEAP) is likely to announce AP First Year Intermediate results 2014 for General and Vocational today. Students can visit the official website or Jagranjosh website (https://www.jagranjosh.com/results/2014-ap-intermediate-results-2014-junior-1st-year-10th-76503 ) to get in touch with their respective scores. As far as the statistics of 2014 are concerned, there were approximately 10 Lacs students who appeared for AP Intermediate First Year exam 2014.
The Andhra Inter results 2014 comprise of two main results which are the AP First year Intermediate results 2014 (also known as the Junior AP Intermediate Results) and AP Second Year Intermediate Results 2014 (also known as Senior AP intermediate results). AP intermediate first year result 2014 will be declared today and for second year these are likely to announce on 29th April 2014. As far as 2013 statistics are concerned, the results for intermediate examinations were declared on 26th April 2013.
Students who have appeared for these examinations are firstly required to visit the official website of the board of education www.bieap.gov.in Once the website is open, they need to click on the results section and enter their particular roll number / hall ticket number / admit card number and press the submit number. As this procedure is complete it will display the results and score. The results for the same can be announced today at any moment.
The Andhra Pradesh board was established in the year 1971. The Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate education headquarters in the capital city of Hyderabad. The board of education also conducts examinations at school levels such as 1st to class 12th. The class 12th (Intermediate) examination plays a very important in the life of a student. There are various schools and colleges affiliated under this education board. The Andhra Pradesh board leaves no stone unturned to provide qualitative education to the students. The main objective of Andhra Pradesh board for conducting these examinations is to make intermediate education accessible to all sections of the society be it rural, tribal, or socially underprivileged society.
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