AP Intermediate Advanced Supplementary Exam Result 2015

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AP Inter Results 1st/2nd Year (Jr./Sr. Intermediate) Advanced Supplementary Examination May/June 2015 Results download available from results.cgg.gov.in, manabadi, schools9, sakshi education, eenadu, bharatstudent.com and etc websites. Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh State BIEAP conducting Inter Board First year and Second Year Inter Advanced Supplementary Examinations in the months of May/June 2015 from 25th May to 2nd June 2015 in this year for all students of General (Arts/Science/Commerce)/ Vocational of MPC, Bi.PC, CEC, MEC, HEC and other groups. Junior Inter and senior Inter failed can write this examinations as advanced supplementary examination. And also first year passed students also write to improve their marks in selected subjects as betterment exam.

AP Intermediate Advanced Supplementary Examinations May/June 2015 Results date:
BIE AP board will release both first and second year Advanced Supplementary/Betterment examination results (date) in the last week of June 2015. The exact date will be publish soon after the confirmation from the board.

How to download the Advanced Supplementary Results of Inter both 1st and 2nd Students:

The students can get their results from govt results.cgg.gov.in website after announce the results.
Browse the website results.cgg.gov.in
You find links First year General, First Year Vocational, Second Year General, Second Year Vocational Results.
Choose your Results link and click.
Then enter your Hall ticket Number and Submit.
Result will appear.
Print the Result.


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All the best to Students of AP Intermediate 1st year and 2nd Year Annual Exam Appeared Students.

Results will be release through, results.cgg.gov.in, apoinline.gov.in, Schools9, Manabadi, eenadu, sakshi and some other websites.

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About the Board:
The Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh, A.P was established in 1971, to regulate and supervise the system of Intermediate education in the state of Andhra Pradesh and to specify the courses of study and matters connected their with. Andhra Pradesh is the first state in the country which adopted the 10+2+3 pattern of education.