The Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education has announced the revised BSEAP SSC 2020 time table on the official website. According to the dates provided, the board is scheduled to conduct the BSEAP Class 10 examination from July 10, 2020, onwards. Candidates appearing for the Andhra Board class 10 annual examinations are advised to visit the official website of the board to check the revised schedule of the examination.
The BSEAP SSC 2020 examination scheduled to be conducted in March 2020 was postponed by the state government due to the elections announced to the local bodies following which the state went under a complete lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The BSEAP Class 10 Revised Time Table is available on the official website bseap.org. Candidates appearing for the examination can also check the revised examination schedule through the direct link provided below.
According to the schedule provided on the official website, the class 10 Andhra Board Examinations are scheduled to be conducted in the morning session from 9: 30 AM onwards.
Examination Centres and seating arrangements
The Andhra Pradesh State Education Minister Audimulapu Suresh has made it very clear that all the necessary precautionary measures will be taken with regard to the prevention of the COVID-9 disease during the examination. The minister has stated that the board has identified more than 4000 examination centres for conducting the examinations as per the guidelines provided. Not more than 10-12 students will be housed in a single room for the examination. Arrangements are also being made by the government for close to 8 lakh masks for the students appearing for the examination.
The Andhra Pradesh Open School Examinations will also be conducted on similar lines keeping the precautionary measures in mind. Close to 1,022 examination centres will be opened against the initial 580 for conducting the Open School Examination.
Decisions made at the Review Meeting
The Minister while speaking at an official review meeting stated that close to 4,154 examination centres have been identified across the state and online 10 to 12 students will be allowed to sit in a single exam classroom at each of the exam centres. Furthermore, the minister has pointed out that no exam centres will be set at the identified containment zones in the state. Close to 8 lakh face masks will also be arranged for the students appearing for the examination as part of the precautionary measures. Along with this sanitizers will also be kept ready at all the examination centres and the invigilators will be provided with hand gloves a part of the COVID-18 prevention measures to be taken at examination centres.
Close to 4500 thermal scanners will be ready at the examination centres to record the temperatures of the students and staff members. In case new cases are found and the area gets marks under the containment zone, a new exam centre will be provided as an alternative location. The department officials have been asked to find out such alternative locations and keep them ready in case of an emergency.