Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) is the concerned authority of the AP State Secondary Education Board, which is responsible for conducting the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The board usually conducts examinations in the month of March and April with the results being published by the month of May. Due to the academic year 2019 – 2020 coming to a standstill in its last leg due to the outbreak of COVID 19, the exam could not be conducted as per the schedule. This has left the students confused and worried.
New Schedule Released for AP SSC 2020
According to the latest announcement by the Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh, BSEAP, on May 14th, 2020, the new schedule for AP SSC 2020 has been released. This exam for the 10th class students are now scheduled to commence on July 10th, 2020 and will continue till July 17th, 2020.
According to the education minister of AP, Adimulapu Suresh, amidst the unfortunate turn of events due to the spread of coronavirus across the state, the state government has decided to shorten the duration of the examinations. The government has also cut down the number of examinations from 11 papers to 6 papers, due to the Coronavirus situation in the state.
The candidates can check and clear any doubts and queries regarding the conduct of the examination at the official website of the BSEAP at bseap.org
Timetable For AP SSC 2020
|First Language (Group A)||July 10th 2020|
|First Language Paper I (Composite Course)||July 10th 2020|
|Second Language||July 11th 2020|
|English||July 12th 2020|
|Mathematics||July 13th 2020|
|General Science||July 14th 2020|
|Social Studies||July 15th 2020|
|First Language Paper-II (Composite Course)||July 16th 2020|
|OSSC Main Language Paper I (Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian)||July 16th 2020|
|OSSC Main Language Paper-II (Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian)||July 17th 2020|
|SSC Vocational Course (Theory)||July 17th 2020|
AP SSC 2020: Detailed Guidelines
The exams are scheduled to be conducted from 9:30 am to 11:30 am and till 12:45 am for some other papers. Two of the language papers have been combined and will be conducted as a single paper as a measure to conduct the examination within the shortest span of time and also to save time for the upcoming academic year.
The state has planned on adhering strictly to all the measures of social distancing and preventive measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The students are instructed to wear face masks inside the examination halls as a mandatory criterion. There are restrictions on the number of students allocated to each exam hall in order to follow the guidelines of social distancing in every exam centre, according to the minister. The seating arrangement has also been planned based on social distancing norms.