APOSS SSC, Inter Results 2018 | APOSS Results 2018 - Download here

The Andhra Pradesh Open School Society (APOSS) recently held in the annual exam for the SSC & Intermediate Results 2018 has been declared today i.e. on June 08, 2018. The board has announced the results online on the official website www.apopenschool.org. The candidates can access the results by entering Hall Ticket Number. It is very important for the candidates to check the results for their career. So here we are providing the latest updates on APSOS Results 2018. So keep track of this page for more information.

AP Open School SSC & Inter Results 2018:

APOSS declared SSC & Inter Results 2018. Candidates who had appeared for the exam can check the results from the direct link provided below. Candidates who will qualify in the exam are eligible for further studies. So, the candidates are advised to check the results from the official website or directly from the link provided below.

Click Here: APOSS SSC Results 2018

Click Here: APOSS Inter Results 2018

Steps to Check APOSS SSC & Inter 2018 Results:

  • Visit the official website or the direct link provided below.
  • The homepage will be displayed.
  • Click on APOSS SSC 10th Class & Intermediate 2018 Results.
  • Enter all the required details in the provided fields.
  • Click on submit button.
  • The results will appear on the screen.
  • Download/ Take a printout for further reference.

APOSS Intermediate Mark Sheet 2018

After the announcement of the result, the aspirants will be searching for the mark sheet details. The association takes hardly 15 to 20 days to provide marks for the students. We are expecting that students may get the APOSS SSC Mark Sheet 2018 in the first or second week of July 2018.


The AP 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.' 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 Universalisation of Elementary Education (UEE) in the state.


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