Tuesday, March 22, 2016

AP Open School Inter Results 2016, APOSS Intermediate Public Examination 2016 Results with Marks download from www.apopenschool.org website.

Andhra Pradesh Open School Society conducting Public Examinations from 6th April 2016 to 19th April 2016. The first examination with Language paper and end with optional elective papers. This examinations conducting for Arts/Commerce/Science and Vocational students at the same time.


APOSS Inter Exam Results Date:
Last year AP Intermediate / 12th Class Open School Results date is 9th June 2015. This year to be released in the first week of June 2016

For more details of the Andhra Pradesh Open School Society Board Intermediate Result 2016 their official APOSS Board website: http://apopenschool.org

How to download APOSS Inter Results 2016:
1. Open the website http://apopenschool.org/
2. If results released the links will be display on AP Open School website.
3. Click on the Inter Results April/May 2016 Link
4. Please enter the Roll Number/Hall Ticket Number of your 12th Class and click on submit.
5. Take a print of the appeared results are write on paper.

The Students also get their AP Open School Intermediate/12th class examination results 2016 through SMS from their mobiles.
The SMS details will be published in the official website of APOSS.

Download AP Open School Intermediate Results from below links:
Results Link1
Results Link2

About 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

To provide pre-elementary Education through Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode to School drop-outs and those missing Upper Primary stage of education and to attain Universalization of Elementary Education (UEE) in the State.

To provide continuing education for adult neo-literates, working men and women to reinforce their functional literacy and not to allow them to relapse into illiteracy.

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