Andhra Pradesh Board consists of two major boards i.e. Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh and Board of Intermediate Education, AP. Both boards are responsible to conduct the exams for the different standards. The AP Boards also publishes the syllabus to the affiliated schools. The boards release the time table for the students of SSC and Intermediate standards. Other than this, the AP board also releases the model papers and the previous years’ question papers for the better preparation. To know the facts and other useful and interesting information about the AP Board such as the history, establishment year, official languages, time table, admit card, result etc, you can scroll down this page. Candidates can also check the important details about the open schooling and the distant learning from this page.
Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh
The Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh came into existence in the year 1953. It is an autonomous organization which works under the Andhra Pradesh’s Department of Education. The board is well known as BSEAP. The headquarter of the board is situated in Vijayawada, India. The official language of the board is Telugu. As the name suggests, it works for the Secondary standard students. Apart from this, the BSEAP also conducts the D.El.Ed, TCC, and some other technical exams. So, the BSEAP takes all the responsibilities regarding these exams.
Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh
The Board of Intermediate Education, AP was formed in the year 1971. It came into existence after 18 years. It was first located in Hyderabad in the composite Andhra Pradesh state. But now, it is situated in Vijayawada, India. The board conducts the two-years course i.e. intermediate or the higher secondary classes. The official languages of the board are Telugu, English, Hindi, and Urdu. The abbreviation of the board is BIEAP. The BIEAP board conducts the practical and written examination of class 12. After conducting the exams, the board also announces the result.
AP Open School Society, Amravati
AP Open School has been established to fulfill the need for distant learning. The candidates who are unable to attend the regular classes and are could not continue to the formal education system can re-start their education through this system. The AP Open Board was formed on February 20, 1991. Initially, it came into existence under the Government of Andhra Pradesh. It serves the needs of drop out boys and girls in the State under Open School System. The motto of the AP Open school is “Be Educated and Be Empowered”.
AP Board SSC and Intermediate Time Table
AP Board releases the time table in the month of December. The candidates obtain the AP Time Table online on the official website i.e. on bseap.org and bieap.gov.in for SSC and Inter respectively. The candidates of SSC standard give the exam in the month of February and March while for the Intermediate candidates, the board conducts the exams in the month of March and April.
It is very important for the candidates to download the time table. The AP Board time table contains all the necessary information regarding the examinations. It has the information such as the exam date, timings for the exams, the name of the subjects, subject code, and some other important information.
AP Board SSC and Intermediate Hall Ticket
For each student who appears for the board exams, the hall ticket is very important. The candidates appearing for the board exams must have the admit card along with them. It has all the useful information related to the board, exam and the student. So, if the candidate is having the admit card then only they will be allowed for the board exams. Otherwise, they will not be able to attend the exams.
Candidates can download the hall ticket online from the official website i.e. bseap.org and bieap.gov.in. In order to download the admit card, the candidates can submit the required details such as the exam name, exam type,
AP Board SSC and Intermediate Result
The candidates who give the exam from Andhra Pradesh Board get the result in the month of April. The result uses to be declared online on the official website bseap.org and bieap.gov.in for SSC and Intermediate respectively. Other than this, you can also obtain the Andhra Pradesh result at results.cgg.gov.in. In order to check the result, the candidates can enter the hall ticket number. In this way, the students can get the respective results. For the Intermediate result, the candidates get the different links for 1st-year general and vocational result and 2nd-year general and vocational result.
There are some other third party websites which also declares the Andhra Pradesh Board result such as indiaresults.com, examresults.net or results.gov.in. Candidates also check the result through SMS. The students are free to choose any of the ways from which they want to obtain the result.
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