Check AP Open School APOSS SSC 10th Result Inter Results 2016 apopenschool.org. APOSS (Andhra Pradesh Open School Society) has declared the results of Class 10, Inter Exams 2016 today. APOSS Class 10 and Class 12 Exams were held in the month of March/ April. Now it is advised that candidates can now download their results from the official website of board. The Andhra Pradesh Open School Society has the courses available for Open and Distance Learning along with SSC and Intermediate Exams at inter.apopenschoolonline.org ssc.apopenschoolonline.org
Website Links to Visit for Checking AP Open School APOSS SSC 10th Result Inter Results 2016
How to Check Results-
First Visit apopenschool.org, inter.apopenschoolonline.org ssc.apopenschoolonline.org
Then Enter Hall Ticket No Ex:-1321185100 APOSS SSC RESULTS APRIL-2016, APOSS INTER RESULTS APRIL – 2016
After entering your Hall ticket details click on submit.
There is a Print tab, don’t forget to take prints of your result.
Know More About A.P. Open School Society APOSS
|A.P. Open School Society was established as an autonomous society registered under the Andhra Pradesh Public Societies Act on 20th of February 1991 and inaugurated on the ‘Ugadi Day’, the 17th of March 1991, vide G.O. Ms. No.50 Edn. (SSE-2) Department, dt: 08.02.1991. It is the first State Open School in the country. The main objectives of APOSS, at the time of its inception have been|
|The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh is the Chief Patron and the Hon’ble Education Minister of Andhra Pradesh is the Patron of A.P. Open School Society. It has a General Body and an Executive Board at the State Level for which the Chief Secretary to the Government of Andhra Pradesh is the Chairman. There are District level committees in the Districts with District Collector as Chairman and District Educational Officer as Member-Secretary for implementation of the scheme.|
|On Open and Distance Learning (ODL) the model of National Open School (NOS) was studied carefully and adapted to meet the needs of the learners of Andhra Pradesh. Initially, it was started in five districts viz., (1) Nellore, (2) Chittoor, (3) Nizamabad, (4) Medak and (5) Visakhapatnam, with the financial assistance of Government of Andhra Pradesh.|