APOSS 10th Class Exam Hall Tickets 2020: Andhra Pradesh Open School Society SSC (10th Class) Exam Hall Ticket download 2020 from www.apopenschool.org website.
Andhra Pradesh Open School Society conducting 10th class (SSC) Public Examinations in the month of April 2020. APOSS is the Open School in the state of Andhra Pradesh, conducting 10th and inter (12th class) examinations in distance mode. AP Open School conducting 10th and Intermediate public examinations in the months of April and July. APOSS release the examination hall tickets from the official website of AP Open School. The students can download the examination hall tickets from given below links.
AP Open School SSC (10th Class) Exam Hall Tickets 2020
|Name of the Board||Andhra Pradesh Open School Society|
|Exam Category :||10th class|
|Name of Exam :||APOSS SSC Exam|
|Date of Exam :||April / May 2020|
|Hall Tickets release date :||March 2020|
|Official Website :||www.apopenschool.org|
How to Download APOSS SSC (10th Class) Exam Hall Ticket?
- Login to APOSS Website: www.apopenschool.org
- Click on APOSS Hall Ticket Download Link
- Then Click on APOSS SSC Hall Tickets Link
- Next Select Your District, School Name then select the student Name, then Click on Download Hall Ticket Button.
- Print the Downloaded Hall Ticket.
Note: APOSS 10th Hall Tickets to be available 10-15 days before the commencement of examinations.
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.