The Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh (BIEAP) will declare today of first year results on its official website bieap.gov.in. The much-awaited results can also be checked on websites results.nic.in and examresults.net and manabadi.com. This comes a day after the BIEAP declared the second year results. after the result announcement by Andhra Pradesh Board Students can check their result on official website of AP Board.
According to the government, 73.33 per cent students qualified for higher education. The second year results were initially expected to be announced at 11 am today, later, Andhra Pradesh Board Intermediate Education (BIEAP) re-scheduled the declaration to 3.00 pm. This year the board is releasing the results earlier than last year.
According to the AP inter results, top 3 districts which came out with good passing percentage are: are Krishna, Nellore and Guntur. The data released by the AP government, best Government junior colleges are Vizianagaram, Nellore and Chittoor.
The examinations for the same were conducted between March 1 to 19. Around 457,292 candidates registered for the AP Board Inter-II exams 2018.
steps to check AP Intermediate fist year results
# Log on to official website of the board -- @biep.gov.in
# Click on Andhra Inter 2nd year Results 2018
# Fill up your roll number and all other details
# Click on submit button
# Take a copy of your result and save it on your system for future reference
Students can get Andhra Inter Second Year Result 2018 on Mobile via SMS.
SMS - APGEN2
SMS - APGEN2
Other websites: Students can also download AP Inter results 2018 from
Students securing 91 to 100 marks will be given A1 grade, 81 to 90 marks A2 grade, 71-80 marks B1 grade, 61 to 70 marks B2 grade, 51 to 60 marks C1 grade, 41-50 C2 marks grade and 35 to 40 marks D grade and below 35 marks would be fail.
Last year, Minister for Human Resources Development Ganta Srinivas Rao had announced the results on April 13 at Vijayawada. In both first and the second year, the girls have outperformed boys. While in first year, girls scored a pass percentage of 80 per cent, boys stood at 75 per cent. The Minister announced that in the second year, the pass percentage for girls is 69 per cent while boys are at 60 per cent.