Update: APOSS Result Supplementary 2018- APOSS SSC Supply Result 2018 and APOSS Intermediate Result Supply 2018 have been declared at ResultHour.com and also at their official website apopenschool.org.
Andhra Pradesh Open School Results Supply 2018 will be available soon at our official page of APOSS. The Board will declare the Andhra Pradesh Open School SSC Results 2018 and Andhra Pradesh Open School Inter Results 2018 (Class 10th and 12th Results) will be declared on ResultHour and apopenschool.org. Thousands of students appeared in both exams. Now the board is all set to announce the APOSS SSC Result and APOSS Intermediate Result 2018.
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. The Board will conduct the OBE (Open Basic Education), SSC and Inter Public exams 2018 and will declare the results for the same. APOSS SSC, Inter and OBE result 2018 will be available at ResultHour.com as well.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh is the Chief Patron and the Hon’ble Education Minister of Andhra Pradesh is the Patron of A.P. Open School Society. It has a General Body and an Executive Board at the State Level for which the Chief Secretary to the Government of Andhra Pradesh is the Chairman. There are District level committees in the Districts with District Collector as Chairman and District Educational Officer as Member-Secretary for implementation of the scheme.
On Open and Distance Learning (ODL) the model of National Open School (NOS) was studied carefully and adapted to meet the needs of the learners of Andhra Pradesh. Initially, it was started in five districts viz., (1) Nellore, (2) Chittoor, (3) Nizamabad, (4) Medak and (5) Visakhapatnam, with the financial assistance of Government of Andhra Pradesh.