BIEAP Exam time table for AP Intermediate Examinations

Board of Intermediate Education, A.P has announced the timetables for the Intermediate public examinations. The timetable for the Inter examinations are announced for General, vocational first and second year.

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2011 AP Intermediate Exam Time Table:
http://www.bieap.gov.in/hallinstructions.html

Inter 1st and 2nd Year Results

Update on BIEAP exam dates:

The Andhra Pradesh Intermediate Public Examinations - AP Board exams will start on March 10th

Here are more details:

General Examinations timetable for AP Intermediate first and second year:
http://bieap.gov.in/ipem2010general.pdf

Vocational First Year Timetable
http://bieap.gov.in/ipem2010voc1.pdf

Vocational Second Year Timetable
http://bieap.gov.in/ipem2010voc2.pdf

Also Note:
a) Environmental Education Examination on 30-01-2010 from 10.00 AM to 1.00 PM
b) Practical Examinations from 03-02-2010 to 22-02-2010
c) Theory Examinations from 03-03-2010 to 22-03-2010.

First Year Exams start on 03 March 2010 and end on 20 March 2010
Second Year Exams start on 04 March 2010 22 March 2010.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

With the agitations in the state, state government announcing official vacation to colleges for 15days and disturbance in the classes, it is very difficult for the Intermediate students in Andhra Pradesh to take the examinations as per original schedule that had been announced prior to the public unrest in the state. At one point of time, the education minister announced that the exams would be postponed by 2-3 weeks in view of the disturbances. Now to the surprise of the many, there is an announcement stating the exams are slated to commence as per original plan. One can easily guess under these conditions of turmoil, what is the level of completion of syllabus in most of the colleges as of now. It is very just for one to wonder how students can cope up with the exams without portions being complete and adequate preparation. It may be a wise for the government to wish the students should not lose the national level opportunities for admissions to subsequent courses, but one wonders how this can be achieved without clearing the state level exams with confidence and zest. I feel it would be more appropriate for the board to postpone the exams at least by 15 days without needing to wait for representations from the students or public.
Murali Sai
Email : m_muralisai@yahoo.com