SSC 2023 Public Exams HM Instructions on Online and Manual SSC Nominal Rolls

SSC 2023 Public Exams (10th Exams) HM Instructions on Online and Manual Nominal Rolls. S.S.C., O.S.S.C., and S.S.C (Vocational Course)Public Examinations, March/April 2023 – Important instructions for feeding the students data Online and for the preparation of Manual Nominal Rolls for submission of the same to the Office of the District Educational Officer– Issued – Reg.
Rc.No: 150/B-1/SSC-2023, Dated: 23-11-2022

SSC 2023 Public Exams (10th Exams) HM Instructions on Online and Manual Nominal Rolls

Rc.No: 150/B-1/SSC-2023, Dated: 23-11-2022

Sub:- S.S.C., O.S.S.C., and S.S.C (Vocational Course)Public Examinations, March/April 2023 – Important instructions for feeding the students data Online and for the preparation of Manual Nominal Rolls for submission of the same to the Office of the District Educational Officer– Issued – Reg.

1. G.O. Ms. No. 136, School Education (Prog.II) Dept, Dt: 22-08-2022.
3. This office due dates notification vide Rc.No.149/B-1/SSC-2023, Dt: 22-11-2022.

It is hereby informed to all the Headmasters/Principals/Correspondents of all the High Schools in the State of Andhra Pradesh, presenting Regular/Private/OSSC Candidates for SSC Public Examinations, March/April – 2023 that the students data has to be fed online by using their respective User ID and Password provided by the O/o DGE in the website “” for the generation of Nominal Rolls.

As per the orders contained in the G.O.Ms.No.41, School Education (Prog.II) Dept., Dated: 28-06-2019., the following are the changes in the existing pattern.

  • 1. There will be no weightage for internal marks for class X.
  • 2. SSC board examinations will be conducted for 100 marks duly following the 6 paper pattern vide the reference 1st cited.
  • 3. 1st language, 2nd language, 3rd language, Mathematics, General Science and Social Studies subjects contain one paper each and each paper will be conducted for 100 marks.
  • 4. For the General Science subject, Answer Booklets for Physical Science and Biological Science will be distributed separately.
  • 5. In the first language, Composite paper 1 is for 70 marks and paper 2 is for 30 marks.

All the Heads of Secondary Schools shall submit the Manual Nominal Rolls to the O/o DEO with in the stipulated time mentioned in the Due dates Notification

1. The list of schools and particulars of candidates are being mapped strictly with the CHILD INFO data provided by the Commissioner of School Education, AP, Vijayawada. For any discrepancy in the data of Schools /Students, please contact the Office of the Commissioner of School Education, A.P, as the Commissioner of School Education, A.P is the competent authority to resolve the issues associated with Child Info.

2. Only the Schools which have obtained the Opening Permissions/ ETRs from the competent authority and submitted the same to the O/o DGE are permitted to apply for SSC Public Examinations, March/April-2023.

Preparation of online Nominal Rolls should be entrusted to a Sr./Jr. Assistant or a Teacher who is familiar with the preparation of Nominal Rolls and dealing with examination work to avoid mistakes. Utmost care should be exercised while feeding the candidate’s name along with surname, Father’s name along with surname, Mother’s name along with surname, Date of Birth, Community Code, PH category and Special English subject of the candidates etc.

The following are the instructions for the updating data through online in the website in respect of Regular / Private Candidates appearing for the S.S.C./O.S.S.C and S.S.C. Vocational Course Public Examinations, March/April- 2023.


There are three categories of candidates appearing for SSC Public Examinations, March/April-2023.

  • 1. Regular candidates: Students presently studying X class in Government, Zilla Parishad, Municipal, A.P. Residential, APBCW Residential, APSW Residential, APTW Residential Schools, KGBV High Schools, A.P Model Schools, Government Tribal Welfare ASHRAM Schools (GTWAHS), Recognized Private Aided and Recognized Private Unaided schools.
  • 2. Private Candidates (Once failed Candidates)

1. Regular candidates studying X class (OSSC) in OSSC stream.
2. Private candidates (OSSC once failed candidates).

1. Students who opted SSC of Regular stream and vocational course appearing for vocational subjects for SSC Public Examinations, March/April-2023.


1. Before entering the student’s information in the website application, the HMs are instructed to scan all the following documents and keep the scanned copies as well as hard copies ready for uploading and reference.

2. All the scanned copies shall be in “.jpg” or “.jpeg” format only.
  • a. Scanned images of the passport size black and white photo of the students with a size between 30KB to 40KB.
  • b. Scanned images of the signatures of the students between10KB to 20 KB size only.
  • c. Scanned copy of PH certificates (if any) issued by the Medical Board only with a size between 50KB to 100KB only.
  • d. Scanned copy of Special English permission copy (if applicable) with a size between 50KB to 100KB only.
  • e. Scanned copy of Age condonation orders (if applicable) with a size between 50 KB and 100KB only.
3. All the particulars have to be filled up strictly in accordance with the Admission Register of the School only.

4. Read the instructions/ user manual that are issued in this regard and supplied to you carefully before filling up the application and confirming the data.

5. The child info student’s data is on the website of Director, Government Examinations, Andhra Pradesh: option is available for all the fields except Child ID.

6. A space of 42 characters including spaces is provided for columns to furnish the Name of the Candidate including surname, Father’s name including surname, Mother’s name including surname.

The Headmaster has to follow the guidelines given below in filling up the candidate’s name, father’s name and mother’s name:

i) Candidate’s Name : 42 characters with spaces (including Surname).
ii) Father’s Name : 42 characters with spaces (including Surname).
iii) Mother’s Name : 42 characters with spaces (including Surname).

Note: Special care shall be taken while entering the Particulars of the following:

i. Enter Surname of the Candidate duly elaborating and the Candidate’s Name separately and to see that the entire name including spaces shall not exceed 42 characters.

ii. Father’s Surname & Father’s Name and Mother’s Surname &Mother’s Name should enter separately by Abbreviating to fit in 42 characters.

iii. Before updating the Mother’s name in the online application, the H.M has to take a declaration from the parent concerned, duly entering the same in the school Admission register as per the orders issued by the Government of Andhra Pradesh vide Memo No. 7679/PE-Ser- II/A2/2010., Dt: 14-09-2010 to incorporate Mother’s name in the SSC Pass certificates in addition to the father’s name from March 2011 exams onwards. In case, if the mother is either a Govt. or Private Employee, mother’s name has to be written as per the mother’s SSC and a declaration has to be taken from the mother (Annexure –A) and has to be kept with the Head Master along with office records and has to produce the same when instructed.

7. For uploading candidate’s photograph, use “Black and White Passport Size” (i.e.,) 35 x 45 mm photographs with white background or light color for more clarity. The photo should be scanned in “.jpg” Format of 30KB – 40KB size. The candidate’s signature is also scanned in “.jpeg” Format of 10KB–20KB size and uploads the photograph and signature of the candidate in the fields provided in the online application.

8. While entering the date of birth the Head Master has to enter the date of birth as per the Admission Register only. In case of underage candidates, please refer VII (7) in this booklet.

9. While opting the PH category, utmost care has to be taken and the languages shall be opted carefully for all PH categories.

10. The PH Certificate shall be issued by the competent authority only. The PH category has to be opted as per the PH Certificate only and exemptions shall be availed based on the G.O. Ms. No. 86, School Education (Prog.II) Dept, Dt: 29- 12-2021 and & DGE Proceedings Rc.No. GE-COOR0NINT/2021-DGE, dated:02-02-2022, available on the official website -

11. Special English (11E):-If the candidates from other States of India or other country whose mother tongue is not Telugu and joined in VI class or later are exempted from studying “Telugu” as “Second Language”. The DEO is the competent authority to permit such candidate for exemption of studying Telugu as Second Language and the DEO is the competent authority to permit the candidate to opt Special English (11E) as Second Language. In such a case, the orders of the DEO have to be uploaded during the online registration of the candidate. For syllabus of the Special English (11E), please refer to Para 13 (d) of this booklet.

12. Migration Certificate:

a. Before entering the details of the candidates online, the Headmaster has to seek the information regarding the requirement of migration certificate from the individual candidates who desires to get admission for their higher studies in other States.

b. The Headmaster has to select the option “Migration Certificate” for those who requires it and an amount of Rs. 80/- per candidate shall be added to the examination fee and the Headmaster has to pay the required amount (Examinations fee + fee for Migration Certificate) through the payment gateway after confirming the candidate details.

13. In case of vocational candidates, fee has to be paid after submission of vocational details only. After payment of fee only, the confirmation has to be done individually. Once confirmed, the particulars of the candidate cannot be edited. The Printout of the submitted application can be taken after confirmation.

14. Similar instructions shall be followed for the OSSC and Vocational candidates also.

15. After the print out of NR data is taken, it should be verified personally by the Headmaster with reference to the Admission register, particularly the entries relating to the candidate’s name along with surname, Father’s name, Mother’s name along with surnames, Date of Birth and Community Code of the candidate, Medium of instruction and subject codes.

16. The names which are on rolls of the School as per the child info alone should be considered and forwarded as Regular candidates.

17. The names which are not on rolls of the School should not be considered and should not be forwarded as Regular candidates. For example, one school “X” has 2 or more branches but has recognition for one branch only, however, the school management has forwarded the NRs of school or branch which doesn’t have the recognition. In such a case, the school management shall not forward the NRs of the school which doesn’t have recognition. If any such cases are noticed at a later stage, the recognition of such schools will be cancelled and the schools shall be liable for penal action.

18. Special care shall be taken while entering the names of the candidates which sound similar or which may have similar spellings, to avoid any kind of confusion.

19. The number of Regular candidates forwarded shall be confined to that of the child info only as furnished by the Commissioner, School Education, A.P.



i. Care should be taken to see that the particulars pertaining to the Surname and Name of the candidate, Surname and Father’s name, Surname and Mother’s name, Surname date of birth, and subjects offered for 1stlanguage and 2ndlanguage, community code, Medium of instruction, P.H. code and identification marks etc. Particulars in the submitted online application and the corresponding entries in the School Admission Register must be one and the same. There shall not be any difference in the particulars given in NR that of entered in online application and School Admission Register as this will lead to complications for corrections of any mistakes in the future.

ii. A declaration from the parents shall also be taken for the confirmation of above particulars.

iii. Identification marks mentioned in the admission register shall be verified physically and care should be taken while feeding in the online application in the case of regular candidates.


i. For SSC vocational candidates the Director, Government Examinations will enable the school wise vocational trades for traditional schools and the schools which come under Samagra Shiksha Vocational trades (AP Model School related vocational trades).

ii. The HMs concerned shall enter the student’s data through online application as per the child info.


i. For filling the data of OSSC candidates pertaining to both regular and private (once failed candidates), the Head Master concerned has to select the option either OSSC Regular or OSSC Private in the online application and fill up the particulars and select the OSSC. The data of the OSSC Regular students is mapped with the Child Info.

ii. In respect of once failed candidates, correct previous Roll Number with month & year has to be entered in the online application.

i. All once failed private candidates shall be insisted the Roll number of the previous appearance in their online application.

The details of the OSSC Private candidates can be entered online by selecting from the drop down menu. (Refer User Manual).


The fee has to be remitted online duly following the user manual after generating the NR and confirming the data

  • 1. No charges for SBI Bank Debit Cards, other Bank Debit Cards through SBI gateway.
  • 2. For Credit Cards /Net Banking, charges are applicable when paid through SBI Gateway.
  • 3. Through “PAYU” gateway charges are applicable for all kinds of transactions except RUPAY cards.
  • 4. The Headmasters/Principals/Heads of Schools are strictly instructed to pay the Examination fee for all the students whoever registered in the child info.
  • 5. In case of Vocational Schools, the amount has to be paid only after confirmation of the SSC, Vocational and Migration (if require) only, total amount has to be paid. Individual payments shall not be allowed for SSC/Migration/ Vocational fee separately.

 I. Fee Exemption:-

1. The candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes who are appearing for SSC March/April - 2023 for the first time as Regular candidates and whose parental income does not exceed Rs.24,000/- per annum in urban areas and Rs.20,000/- per annum in rural areas or land holding not exceeding 2.5 acres wet land/5 acres dry land in Rural areas are exempted from the payment of examination fee.

2. As such, the Headmasters are requested to satisfy themselves about the Parental income by insisting upon a certificate issued by the Mandal Revenue Officer as per rules, and retain the same in the school to produce before the officers and audit, if sought for, and also to submit to this office on demand.

3. The students pertaining to the KGB Vidyalayas only are exempted from the payment of examination fee as per the orders in the G.O.Rt.No.999, School Education (SSA) Dept, Dt: 20-11-2007.

4. Candidates who register from any PH category are exempted from paying the examination fee as per the orders in the G.O. Ms. No. 86, School Education (Prog.II) Dept, Dt: 29-12-2021.


The School Headmasters who were restricted from uploading the data in this office website are instructed strictly not to submit the Online NRs and student applications to the O/o DGE. Such Online NRs and student applications if received, by this office, shall not be considered.

1. The Candidates are advised to appear for correct combination of subjects and for this purpose, the school shall furnish correct group codes and paper codes for the First Language and Second Language.

2. The Regular candidates appearing for the SSC Public Examinations March/April-2023 shall opt Group-A and Group-B only under First language, as per the details given below.

The existing Group A combinations available for 1st language:

Description of Paper Subject Marks
  First Language 01T & 02T 100 Marks
01H & 02H 100 Marks
01U & 02U 100 Marks
01K & 02K 100 Marks
01A & 02A 100 Marks
01O & 02O 100 Marks
The existing Group B combinations available for 1st language Composite Course:
Description of Paper Subject& Marks
Composite course 03T-70Marks 04S-30Marks
  03U-70Marks 05/06/08H-30Marks
  1. All Regular candidates those who are appearing for SSC Public Examinations, March/April-2023 have to follow first language TELUGU, HINDI, URDU, TAMIL, KANNADA, ODIYA without Part B (without Bit paper).
  2. (i) The Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) pattern is being followed for the academic year 2022-23 with the following Six (6) papers as per the orders in the G.O.Ms.No: 136, SE (Prog-II) Dept, Dated: 28-08- 2022.
Subjects and Marks
Subject Total Marks for final
Public Exam
First Language
(Telugu/ Hindi/Kannada/ Odiya/ Tamil/ Urdu)
100 Marks
Second Language (Telugu/ Hindi/ English) 100 Marks
Third Language (English) 100 Marks
Mathematics 100 Marks
Science 100 Marks
Social Studies 100 Marks
Total 600 Marks

Composite Course First Language Paper-I
{Telugu (03T)/ Urdu(03U)}
70 Marks   100 Marks
Composite Course First Language Paper-II
{Sanskrit (04S)/ Hindi(08H)/ Arabic (05)/ Persian (06)}
  30 Marks
OSSC Main Language Paper-I
100 Marks
OSSC Main Language Paper-II
(Sanskrit/Arabic/ Persian)
100 Marks

Weightage of Marks and Duration of the Examination:

Language Subjects: 100 marks per subject and the examination duration will be 3 hours and additional 15 minutes for reading the question paper (3 hours 15 minutes) for all the language subjects.
The duration is 3 hours 15 minutes for OSSC main language/First language composite course.

Non Language Subjects-

Mathematics, Science and Social Studies –Each subject for 100 marks and the examination duration will be 3 hours and additional 15 minutes for reading the question paper (3 hours 15 minutes).


Candidates shall complete 14 years of age as on 31-08-2022; in other words, they must have been born on or before 01-09-2008.

2. The fee for obtaining orders of condonation of age is Rs.300/- and shall be remitted through CFMS Challan only.The competent authorities for issuing age condonation orders are as follows:

a. The Head Master concerned is the competent authority to condone the shortage of age upto 1 ½ years in case of Government, ZP High Schools, Municipal High Schools, AP Residential, APBCW Residential, APSW Residential, APTW Residential, KGBV High Schools, A.P. Model Schools, Government Tribal Welfare Ashram Schools (GTWAHS) as per the G.O. Ms, No.40 Edn (Ser.V) Dept: dt:07-05-2002 and Govt. Memo No.17120/Exams/2004. Edn (SE Exams) Dated:08-06-2006.

b. The DEO of the district concerned is the competent authority to condone the shortage of age up to 1½ years as per rules in vogue i.e., for students of other than the above managements.

c. Above 1½ year and up to 2 years, the Director, Government Examinations, A.P., Vijayawada is the competent authority to condone the shortage of age in case of students of all managements.

3. No age relaxation shall be given above 2 years and as such no such applications should be accepted and forwarded to the office of the Director of Government Examinations, A.P., Vijayawada as per
Govt.Memo.No.17120/Exams/2004, Dt:08-06-2006. Memo is available in website
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