Andhra Pradesh SSC Results 2023 Today: Where to Check
The Andhra Pradesh Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE) is set to announce the Class 10 SSC results for the year 2023 on May 6 at 11 am. The announcement will be made by the Education Minister, Shri Botsa Satyanarayana. Students can check their results on the official website, tbse.ap.gov.in, as soon as the board activates the link. Additionally, they can also access their results on other websites such as bse.ap.gov.in, manabadi.co.in, bseap.org, rtgs.ap.gov.in, results.apcfss.in, and bieap.gov.in.
To check the results online, students must log on to the official website of BIEAP at bse.ap.gov.in and click on the AP SSC Result 2023 link. They will then need to enter their roll number and registration details and click on the submit button. The results will be displayed on the screen, which can be downloaded and printed for future use.
Students can also check their results via SMS by typing SSC, giving a space, and entering their roll number before sending it to 55352 or 56300. This service will only be available once the results are declared.
Alternatively, students can use DigiLocker to check their results. They must go to the DigiLocker website or download the app, register for DigiLocker, enter a valid mobile number, and enter the OTP sent to the registered mobile number. Once they have set up their username and password, they can sign in using their registered details to check their results.
The AP Class 10 Board Examination 2023 was held from April 3 to 18, 2023. Students can check and download their AP 10th Results 2023 on the official website, bse.ap.gov.in, by using their roll number. Once the results are declared, the direct link to check the AP 10th Result 2023 will be provided on the official website. Over 6 lakh students appeared for the AP Matriculation Exam 2023, and the total passing percentage will be announced along with the results. In the previous year, the overall pass percentage for AP SSC Result was 94.88%, with a pass percentage of 93.68% for boys and 95.09% for girls.