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PNS|Vijayawada

Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education released the 2023 SSC examination timetable on Friday. The examinations will begin on April 3. This year, there will be only a six-paper pattern in alignment with the plan to introduce the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus.

The exams will be conducted on alternative days from 9.30 am to 12.45 pm, according to the orders issued by School Education commissioner S Suresh Kumar here on Friday.

The commissioner said that the First language paper-1 exam (group-A) and First language paper-1 (composite course) will be held on 3 April 2023, second language paper on 6 April, English on 8 April, Mathematics on 10 April, Social Studies on 15 April, first language paper-2 (composite course) and OSSC main language paper -1 (Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian) would be held on 17 April.

The last exam of OSSC main language paper-2 (Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian) and SSC vocational course (theory will be conducted on 18 April.

Commissioner Suresh Kumar said that exam fee exemption is given by the government for the students of KGBV schools and the PH category. He warned that they came to know about the collection of excess money from the students for SSC exams by several schools hence the government will take stern action against the norms violating schools.

He stated that 6,60,859 students have applied for SSC exams 2023 from across 26 districts in AP. The last date for submission of applications for SSC exams concluded on December 24 but students can submit applications with a Rs 50 late fee till December 29, with a Rs 200 late fee till January 2, 2023, and with Rs 500 late fee till 9 January 2023.

Director of Government Examinations D Devananda Reddy said that SSC exams-2023 will be conducted strictly as per the schedule without any change if the government declares a public holiday or general holiday in respect of any date/dates mentioned in the timetable. He stated that all the academic course subjects/papers are common for both SSC academic courses and OSSC course candidates. He warned that the performance of the candidate in the examination will be cancelled if the candidate appears in the examination centre other than the original one.

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