There are two main boards which are responsible for secondary and higher education in Andhra Pradesh. There is the Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh which is a self-governing body working under the Andhra Pradesh’s Department of Education government body. This board is responsible for conducting SSC/OSSC examinations for class 10 students.
Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh | AP Board
Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh which is also sometimes referred to as Directorate of Government Examinations was set up in the year 1953. This board is an autonomous department and usually carries out its duties via its head office located at Hyderabad and other regional offices in the state.
The board oversees the system of secondary education in the state. It basically governs and conducts the 10 standard board exams for students twice in a year. The main examination which is SSC is conducted in the month of March and there is also a supplementary exam that is conducted in the month of May / June months.
|BSEAP Full Form||Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh|
|Type||State Governmental Board of School Education|
|Director, Andhra Pradesh||Sri. A. Subba Reddy|
|Address||Beside SPNRCH High School.
Opp. Andhra Hospitals, Gollapudi,Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh.
Pin Code – 521225
Get to know everything from the exam syllabus, hall tickets, exam dates, exam resources of Andhra Pradesh SSC board by clicking the given link.
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The syllabus for Andhra board is designed by both the two boards for respective classes. The syllabus is also periodically updated so that the level of education is up-to-date or relevant to meet the needs of the system. The syllabus topics for both SSC exam and the intermediate exams are prepared after extensive research and by top experts in the respective fields. This is done in order to provide the highest quality of education to the students in the state.
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The overall pass percentage for the Andhra Pradesh Class 10 exams, this year is 94.88% with the girls outperforming boys with a pass percentage of 95.09% over 94.68%. Meanwhile, in 2018, the AP SSC results for board exam were released on 29 April. The overall pass percentage last year was 94.48%. The pass percentage for boys was 84.41% and for girls was 94.56%.
|YEAR||OVERALL PASS PERCENTAGE||GIRLS PASS PERCENTAGE||BOYS PASS PERCENTAGE|
The SSC result for class 10 most of the time is declared in the month of April or May. Similarly, the ap BIEAP results are also released in the same time frame i.e. in the month of April / May every year. When the results are declared they can easily be viewed from;
Some of the popular websites to check results also include exams results.net, indiaresults.com, vidyavision.com, 99results.com, schools9.com, amongst others.
The textbooks for both the SSC and BIEAP are drafted in such a way to help students easily understand as well as grasp the concepts quickly. The APSCERT ebooks are further capable of creating interest in the students and provide all the essential knowledge including the question patterns that are generally followed in the final exams. The books also emphasize not only on the theoretical topics but also on the numerical topics. These books can seemingly be treated as the complete guide for the students. Get access to books from the link given below;
In any case, the Andhra Pradesh board is one of the most dominating education boards in the country. Moving forward, even though the board continues to face many new challenges it is working towards making sure that quality education reaches to many students as possible across the state.
AP Board question papers will help you to prepare well for the exams. These question papers will ensure you get a good score in the examinations and if practised on a regular basis, will result in enhanced problem-solving skills and time management skills.
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Students can prepare more effectively for the board exams with the help of AP SSC Maths Study Material and other resources.
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Then, there is Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education which supervises and controls the system of intermediate education for class 11 and class 12 students. The two boards primarily execute and govern various activities including creation of courses, picking out the syllabus, conducting exams, granting affiliations, setting up regulations and conducting academic inspections of educational institutions which fall under its jurisdiction. However, every new measure that needs to be implemented is done only after the approval of the department of education.
Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education – BIEAP
Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education was established in 1971. The BIEAP board offers intermediate education also called Higher Secondary Classes – HSC course for a period of two years. Class 11 course is labelled as intermediate I and class 12 course are labelled as intermediate II. Intermediate Public Examinations in Andhra Pradesh is mostly conducted in an organized and strict manner. This is done to fully test the student’s knowledge and expertise in different subjects. The board conducts the Annual Examination every year in the month of March / April and the Advanced Supplementary Examination in June / July.
You can get more information about the two levels by clicking the links given below:
As for the courses, currently, the BIEAP board offers a total of 85 streams/courses that students can choose to study. Board of Intermediate Education also offers Vocational stream Groups and General stream Groups which include Humanities, Commerce and Science groups. Vocational Groups are provided in order to help students learn and develop certain skills related to the branch for immediate self-employment.
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The pass percentage of AP Inter 2nd year for 2019 was 72%. The pass percentage of girl students was 75% and that of boy students stood at 68%. Meanwhile, the total pass percentage for AP 2nd Year for 2018 was around 73.33%, with the girls staying ahead with 67% in comparison to the boys with 57%.
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In addition to this, the board also works extensively to bring in new courses and at the same time design a fresh curriculum at different points in time to standardize the education system of the state.
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Frequently Asked Questions on AP Board
What is the full form of BSEAP?
BSEAP is the abbreviated form of the full form Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh.
What is full of BIEAP?
BIEAP is the acronym for the word Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education
How many days are given to apply for rechecking of answer book of AP Board exams after the declaration of the result?
From the date of declaration of AP Board results, students have 30 days to apply for rechecking the results.
Can an AP Board candidate who is failing in one subject in matric examination opt for Science or Commerce stream at 10+1?
Students have two chances to clear the exams after the first time result is out. The AP Board candidates who take Science and Commerce stream subject will have to clear the subject they have failed in within immediate next two chances.
How can an AP Board Student get his/her Migration Certificate?
In order to get the Migration Certificate, one has to apply on the prescribed form and pay the prescribed fee of Rs.100/-.However, from the annual examination 2003, all successful candidates at senior secondary level get their Migration Certificate along with the pass certificates.
If somebody loses his/her pass certificate, can one get a Duplicate Certificate?
Yes. One has to apply on prescribed form along with the prescribed fee applicable as below:
A. Rs. 500/- for getting a Duplicate Certificate on the same day by hand.
B. Rs. 300/- for getting a Duplicate Certificate by registered post within a week.
C. Rs. 200/- for getting a Duplicate Certificate by registered post in routine.
A photograph has to be attached with the application form with both the photograph and the form attested by the Principal of the School last attended. If the Duplicate Certificate is also lost then along with the above, an Affidavit has to be enclosed certifying that the Duplicate Certificate has been lost.
Within how many days can an AP Board student take admission in a school after getting a migration certificate?
As per the rules of enrollment, a student should take admission within 20 days from the date of migration.