The AP Inter first year results for the year 2018 were declared at the YVS Murthy auditorium in Andhra University. auditorium in Andhra University. Minister Ganta Srinivas said the results are made accessible in over 44 websites to make it easily accessible to students. You can also check your AP Inter first year exam results on www.sakshieducation.com

Addressing a press conference, the minister said that 62% of students who had appeared in the exams had cleared it. Again, Krishna district tops the list while West Godavari comes second with Guntur behind at third place. YSR District has recorded 48% pass percentage coming last.

Students, hope you have your admit cards and roll numbers ready. All the best!

  • AP Intermediate 1st Year Results 2018 (General) - Click Here
  • AP Intermediate 1st Year Results 2018 (Vocational) - Click Here

Where to check AP first year intermediate results 2018?

Candidates can check the results on bieap.gov.in. You could also check your results on RTGS Andhra Pradesh at rtgs.ap.gov.in.

Read: AP Intermediate Second Year Results Out, Inter First Year Tomorrow

Also read: Telangana Intermediate Results  Declared!

The first year students can also learn about their results by sending their registration numbers to 56263. Send a message in the format below.

General category- APGEN1<space>Registration Number

Vocational - APVOC1<space>Registration Number

The Andhra Pradesh State Board of Intermediate Education released the inter second year results yesterday at 3 pm and the results are now available on the official website of the board. The results were unveiled by the AP education minister Ganta Srinivas Rao. Overall, 73 per cent pass percentage has been recorded with girls topping the exam. Krishna district of AP has secured the highest pass percentage followed by Nellore and Guntur. Students, who are not satisfied with their rank can apply for supplementary/improvement exams,Which are to be held in last week of May.

Last year, the results of both first and second year were released on the same day. To avoid any technical glitch caused by burden on the server since all the results are online, the AP Intermediate board decided to declare the results on different days.