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Andhra Pradesh SSC Results 2012 Finally Declared !

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AP SSC Results Declared Today On May 24
The Andhra Pradesh SSC Results 2012 has been declared today at 11 AM. As per the scheduled date the results had to be announced on Wednesday . The board had to postpone it because the Minister for Secondary Education, K Parthasarathi, would return to Hyderabad only on Thursday(Today) from his bypoll campaign in Tirupati.

The Andhra Pradesh Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Examination March 2012 results is made available on Thursday Morning May 24, 2012 at 11 AM. Studnets, check your SSC Board exam results with Marks / Grade through Online official web pages.

This year more than 13 lakh students have registered for the Examination, AP Board S.S.C Public Examinations were conducted from 26-03-2012 to 11-04-2012. 

Total Marks based on Grades List is as following : A1 - 600 to 550, A2 - 549 to 499, B1 - 498 to 448, B2 - 447 to 397, C1 - 396 to 346, C2 - 345 to 295, D1 - 294 to 245, D2 - 244 to 195 and E to 194 and below Marks. AP SSC Mark Sheet and Topper list shall be available soon.

The Times of India reported, "This is the second time that the directorate had to postpone the results to suit the minister's schedule". Though the initial plan was to release the results at 11 am on Wednesday the officials had to postpone it to 4.30 pm the same day as the minister was to attend a party meeting.

"The decision was taken at a very short notice. This sudden postponement has heightened tension among students who are apprehensive as to how the CBSE model grading system, which was recently introduced in SSC, would affect them.

"As per the new grading system, instead of marks, just grading (on a scale of 10) will be given in SSC certificates of the students. The directorate officials, however, said that it was the minister's busy schedule that forced them to postpone the results."

We had slated the function at 4.30 pm and this seemed not convenient time for students to access the internet for the results. Hence, we decided to defer the timing and postpone it by a day," said B Manmadha Reddy, director, government examinations.

Well, students we wish you the very best for your results. Go ahead shape your bright future...

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