AP SSC Results 2020 (AP 10th Class Result Dates)

AP SSC Results 2020: Every year 10th class exam results were released in the month of April/May. But, this year the exam schedule was postponed multiple times due to coronavirus outbreak in the country.

Due to the pandemic situation in the country, the majority of the exams were postponed. This year, the AP 10th class results are expected to be released in the 1st week of July 2020 (tentatively).

The Directorate of Government Examinations, Andhra Pradesh is responsible to conduct the SSC Exams and releasing the results. The board has released the result on the official website.

AP 10th Class Time Table 2020 (Revised)

Initially, the exams are scheduled between 31st March and 17th April 2020. Due to the lockdown period (22nd March to 17th May 2020) in the country, the exams were postponed.

The revised time table for AP 10th class exams is yet to release. If the Indian Government lifts the lockdown after 17th May 2020, the exams are expected to be conducted from the last week of May 2020.

AP 10th Class Results-2020 Summary

Conducting BoardDirector of Government Examinations, AP
Exam10th Class
Date of Examinations31st March to 17th April 2020
Announcement of Results1st week of July 2020 (Expected)
Re-counting & Revaluation Application1st week of July 2020 (Expected)
Supplementary Notification Release Date2nd week of July 2020 (Expected)
Supplementary ExamsFirst Week of August 2020 (Expected)
Official website of DGE APbseap.org

Download AP SSC Duplicate Marks Memo Here

How to Download AP SSC Result 2020?

AP SSC Results 2020: The results can be available online at the official website bseap.org along with the other third-party websites manabadi, eenadu, sakshi & schools9.

Candidates can check the result at any of the above-mentioned websites. Since all the students browse for the result at a time, the sites may face server down issues. Students are advised to wait for some time in case if you face any technical error while checking the result.

Below is the step by step procedure to check the AP SSC Result-2020 at the official website of the Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh.

Step 1: Visit the official website of BSE Andhra Pradesh i.e., bseap.org

Step-2: On the left side of the home page, you will find the link named “SSC MARCH-2020 Results“, Click on it.


Step 3: A new page will be opened up, enter your “SSC Hall Ticket Number” and hit on the “Get Result” button

Step-4: Your result will be displayed on the screen

Step 5: Take a printout for further use.

How to Check AP SSC Result-2020 at Manabadi?

Step 1: Visit manabadi.co.in website

Step-2: On the home page of the website, Search for “AP 10th Class Exam Result-2020” and click on it

Step 3: A new page opens, enter your 10th Hall Ticket number and click on the Submit button

Step-4: Your result will be displayed on the screen

Step 5: Take a printout for further purpose

AP SSC Re-counting & Re-valuation Process 2020

This option is very beneficial for the students who scored unsatisfactory marks in their subjects.

The students have to submit the re-verification application form along with a xerox copy of their hall ticket to the office of the DEO after signing it by the candidate’s headmaster.

If the candidate sends the application via post to the board, it will not be accepted. The Application form can be found on the AP board’s website, which is the www.bseap.org. The application forms can also be collected from every district educational officer.

The application form of re-verification and the xerox copies of the hall ticket will be accepted from the candidates within 15 days from the date of publication of the results.

The schedule for Recounting and Revaluation process releases immediately after announcing the results. Those who got unsatisfactory marks in the exam can opt for recounting/revaluation by paying a nominal fee to the board.

The application dates will be updated here after the announcement of the result.

Details mentioned on AP SSC Result 2020

Following are the details printed on your SSC result, all the students are advised to verify the personal and academic details printed on the result.

If you found any spelling mistakes you can contact your school’s management to rectify.

  1. Candidate’s Name
  2. AP SSC Roll Number
  3. Name of your District
  4. List of all Subjects
  5. Subject wise grades
  6. Subject wise points obtained
  7. Grade Point Average
  8. Final Result (Pass/Fail)

AP SSC Past Result Statistics

It is seen over the years that the pass percentage of students for the Andhra Pradesh 10th Class is increasing by a significant margin.

It is also noticed that the female students are doing much better than the male students when it comes to passing the examination.

The 10th class examination is crucial for every student as it sets their base for all future exams and specifically for their career. Every student knows that, and hence they worked very hard for this exam.

Below is the statistical information about 10th class public examinations in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

Academic YearNo. of ApplicantsOverall Pass Percentage

AP SSC Grade Point Average (GPA) System

The grading system was introduced in the state of Andhra Pradesh for 10th class examinations. The below table shows how the grades are given according to the marks obtained in the examination.

Marks Scored in 1st & 3rd Languages, Non-LanguagesMarks Scored in 2nd LanguageGradeGrade Point
< 35 Marks< 20 MarksEFailed


The Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh is also known as the Directorate of the Government Examination, AP. BSEAP is functioning under the ministry of secondary education.

It is an autonomous body function under the Government of Andhra Pradesh. This department holds several minor examinations and the much-coveted SSC/OSSC examinations.

The Board of Secondary Education, AP was formed in the year 1953. This board conducts the final examination for all the students, and the certificates are also handed to the student. There are also several Private schools affiliated to this board.

Salient Features of the Board:

The various salient features of the board are:

  • The BSEAP board evaluates the result of the candidates on their 10th exams as per grades.
  • The result and marks obtained in the 10th examination set up a base for the students to choose their path for their career. Based on these marks, they are allowed to choose between different streams available to them.
  • The physical copy of the certificate and the mark sheet will be given to the candidates after about one month of the online announcement of the AP SSC Results.
  • The candidates can get the documents by going to their school and signing on the register.
  • To pass the examination, the candidate has to score the minimum marks which are set by the board.

What after 10th Class?

After completion of the 10th standard one can go for higher education or can do a job. We have provided the list of courses available after the 10th class and also the government jobs with the 10th standard as eligibility.

Courses after 10th Class

There are a huge number of career options after 10th standard, we are listing the major courses available.

1. Intermediate Courses (2 Years)

Intermediate is a 2-year course and the eligibility to pursue is 10th standard. The following are the list of courses available under Intermediate.

Science Category:

  • MPC (Maths – Physics – Chemistry)
  • BiPC (Biology – Physics – Chemistry)
  • Library Science

Commerce Category:

  • CEC (Civics – Economics – Commerce)

Arts Category:

  • MEC (Mathematics-Economics – Commerce)
  • HEC (History – Economics – Civics)

2. Polytechnic Courses (3 Years)

The courses under the polytechnic/diploma are designed for 3 years. The following are the courses available under polytechnic.

  • Mechanical
  • Computer Science
  • EEE
  • IT
  • Civil
  • Automobile
  • Electronics & Communication
  • Electrical
  • Chemical
  • Bio-Technology
  • Agriculture
  • Architecture
  • Aeronautical
  • Bio-Medical
  • Marine Technology
  • Mining Technology
  • Leather Technology
  • Textile Technology
  • Petroleum Technology
  • Rubber Technology
  • Plastic Technology

3. ITI Courses (2 Years)

  • Fitter
  • Computer
  • Electrician
  • Plumber
  • Civil (Draughtsman)
  • Mechanical
    • Radio & TV
    • Motor Vehicle
    • Diesel
    • Marine
  • Surveyor
  • Electrical
  • Machine Tools
  • Welder
  • Fireman
  • Cookery
  • Paint Technology

4. Paramedical Courses (3 Years)

  • DMLT (Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology)
  • DHFM (Diploma in Hospital Food Service Management)
  • DOA
  • DOT (Diploma in Ophthalmic Technology)
  • Health Inspector
  • Sanitary Inspector

5. Short term Courses (6 to 12 months)

  • Internet
  • Graphics
  • Animation
  • Web Designing
  • Cyber Security
  • Tally
  • Photography
  • Beauty & Cosmetology
  • Jewelry Designing
  • Fashion Designing

Government Jobs after 10th Class

Following is the list of jobs you can apply after passing your 10th standard.

  • Railway Jobs
  • VRA
  • BSF Constable
  • RTC Driver/ Conductor
  • Anganwadi Jobs
  • Indian Army Jobs
  • Indian Airforce Jobs
  • Type Writer Jobs in Court
  • Staff Selection Commission Jobs
  • Post Office Jobs
  • CRPF
  • Indian Navy Jobs

FAQs on AP SSC Results-2020

Q1: How to download the AP SSC Results-2020?

Ans: After the announcement of the result by the BSEAP, results will be available at the official website bseap.org and also available at few third-party websites. Step by step procedure to get the result has been provided in the above section. Please go through it.

Q2: How to rectify the corrections in the AP SSC Results-2020?

Ans: In case if you found any spelling mistakes on the AP SSC Result you should contact your school’s representative or you can also contact the SSC board.

Q3: What if I failed to attend the SSC Regular exam?

Ans: You need to attend the supplementary exams. The notification for the supple exams will be released after the announcement of the results.

Q4: When can I expect the results of AP SSC Exams-2020?

Ans: This year the conduction of exams was delayed due to the pandemic situation in the country. The results are expected to be released in the 1st week of June 2020 (tentative).

Q5: What is the pass mark in the 10th exams?

Ans: After introducing the grading system in the 10th standard the pass marks are modified. The minimum marks to get qualified in the 2nd language are 20 marks and you need to score 35 marks to qualify in the remaining papers.

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