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Will Andhra Pradesh declare 2018 SSC results along with Telangana?

Wednesday April 25, 2018 8:23 PM, Zohair M Safwan,

Andhra SSC 2018 Result

Hyderabad/Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh and Telangana education boards had conducted the Class 12 Inter 1st and 2nd, and Class 10 SSC 2018 board exams simultaneously. The twin boards had also declared the Class 12 Inter 1st and 2nd year results on the same day.

Against this “match-making” speculations in the education circle is rife it the two boards will also declare Class X SSC results on the same day? But, the problem is while the Telangana Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) has already announced that it will declare the Class 10 SSC 2018 result on Friday April

In the run up to the 2018 board examinations, Telangana Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) had released the Time Table and Date sheet of Class 10 and Class 12 Inter exams before its counterpart in Andhra Pradesh. The TS board however later revised the schedules of both the examinations after it found them not matching with that of Andhra Pradesh. The TS board revised the time table in such a way that they started and ended with Andhra Pradesh board examinations. The reason given for the revision is the common syllabus in optional subjects in both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

"Keeping in view of the common syllabus in optional subjects in both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and as there is a possibility for sending Question Paper of APBIE through WhatsApp that may create false rumors of leakage of question paper every day and panic/confusion in the students of Telangana state", the board said.

However, when Andhra Pradesh board of Intermediate Education declared the results of Inter 1st and Inter 2nd year results last Thursday and Friday, the Telangana education board too swung into action and announced the Telangana State Inter 1st and 2nd result 2018 along with the Andhra Pradesh. The TS board did this without informing the students in advance unlike the Andhra Pradesh board.

In case of Class 10 SSC Result, it is the Telangana Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) which took a lead and announced on Tuesday that it will release the Telangana State Board SSC result 2018 on Friday April 27, 2018 ay 10:00 am. The Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) this time is silent and has not announced any specific date to declare the BSEAP SSC result 2018.

Amid the Andhra board’s silence, speculations are rife that this time the Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) will surprise students by declaring the result on April 27 along with Telangana without informing students in advance. But, the partner websites of the Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh claim that the BSEAP SSC result 2018 might be delayed by few days and they will be declared on April 29.

Amid this war of speculations, students should not worry as there are still two days left and who knows if the Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) releases some statement clarifying the air and saying it will go with the Telangana board and declare the BSEAP Class 10 result on April 27?

Meanwhile, students should note that whenever the BSEAP result 2018 is declared, it will be declared on board’s website as well as on the number of other websites, including,,,,,,, to tackle the huge traffic on the result day.

Here's how candidates can check BSEAP SSC 2018 results

  1. Go to the official websites by clicking on the above given links
  2. Click on the link "SSC Results 2018"
  3. Enter your roll number and date of birth, and other details if asked.
  4. Click on submit/login button
  5. Take a printout and save the result for future reference.

In 2017, BSEAP SSC result was decalred on May 06. More than 05 lakh students from different districts of the state had appeared for the BSEAP Class 10 exam in 2017.

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