Meghalaya SSLC results declared
First Published: 25th May, 2018 17:08 IST
The Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education (MBOSE) declared the SSLC results today. While the Sherwood School in Tura outshone many others at the SSLC top 20 list securing the top
The Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education (MBOSE) declared the SSLC results today.
While the Sherwood School in Tura outshone many others at the SSLC top 20 list securing the top five spots, the St Anthonys school of Shillong also dominated the result tally of the examination. In SSLC St Anthony’s bagged three positions. The pass percentage of this years SSLC examination in Meghalaya is 57.76.
Jubilation followed the declaration of results at St. Anthony’s Higher Secondary School where the students were seen cheering and dancing as the principal announced the position. Wanted Lang Sohtun who secured 7th position in the SSLC examination expressed joy over his feat.
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