AP SSC Marks and Grades 2015

The first day of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations was a smooth affair in Krishna district on March 25. Of the total 58,903 enrolled candidates, 58,265 appeared for the exam while 368 of them were absent. As many as 286 exam centres were set up across the district and of them, 81 centres were inspected by officials who fanned out to different directions to monitor the arrangements.

As per G.O. 17 Marks and Grades..

Makrs in Languages(100M)
Marks in  Non Languages(50M)
Grade Point
91 to 100 Marks
46 to 50
81 to 90
41 to 45
71 to 80
36 to 40
61 to 70
31 to 35
51 to 60
26 to 30
41 to 50
21 to 25
34 to 40
18 to 20
0 to  34
0 to 17

District Collector Babu A. visited two centres -- Zilla Parishad Boys’ High School at Patamata and Sri Viswa Bharati Vidya Niketan, also at Patamata, the Sub-Collector inspected an exam centre at Ibrahimpatnam, district-level observer K. Chandrakala visited four centres while the District Education Officer K. Nageswara Rao inspected three centres. Besides, flying squads went around 72 centres to ensure peaceful conduct of the exams.

Meanwhile, the Collector directed the officials concerned to exercise zero tolerance towards any attempt of malpractice in the exams. He said mobile phones, calculators or any other electronic gadgets should not be allowed inside the exam centre. being the first day of the crucial exams, most students arrived at their centres much before the stipulated time. At many places, teachers, along with parents, were seen wishing good luck to their students. Many students were seen murmuring prayers softly just before receiving the question paper, pleading with the almighty to guide them.

Eighteen students were debarred for resorting to malpractice on Thursday, the first day of the SSC public examinations in the district, District Education Officer M.V. Krishna Reddy informed. Seventeen of them were at the Zilla Praja Parishad High School centre at Chintapalli and one at Government High School centre at Deverapalli. Chief Superintendent and four invigilators of the ZPP HS, Chintapalli centre were suspended from examination duty and show-cause notices were also issued to them.

SSC examinations are being held at 262 centres in the district and on the first day 618 out of the 62,661 students were absent. The SSC Examinations began on a peaceful note in 193 centres in Prakasam district on Thursday. With prohibitory orders in force, 40,150 students of the total 40,840, who were issued hall tickets, wrote Telugu paper I exam. “No malpractice has been reported from any centres,” said DEO Vijayabhaskar, while supervising the exams, along with Prakasam Collector G.S.R.K.R. Vijaykumar, at the PVR Boys High school in the city.

Flying squads also made surprise inspections at more than 50 centres, while sitting squads monitored the examinations in 13 centres those had been identified as sensitive, said State Observer K. Geetha, who went round nine centres in and around Ongole. The RTC operated buses on routes with lesser frequency for benefit of students. Tension gripped when some students caught in traffic jam on the Kurnool road before the commencement of the examination. Traffic police restored traffic, much to the relief of students and their parents. At some of the examination centres, students were seen rushing in the last minute.

Two boys writing the SSC examinations were debarred from the RK Model School Centre in Chittoor on Thursday, the opening day of the exams. According to officials, as many as 120 centres out of the 270 were visited by the District Educational Officer (DEO), Assistant Commissioner and district observer, in addition to the 20 flying squads. Of the 56,374 students, who had enrolled for the exams, 467 candidates remained absent on the first day.