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ICSE, ISC Board Result 2018 declared; Pine Mount School records 100 pc pass percentage

NEW DELHI | May 14, 2018

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) declared the results for Class 10 and 12 on May 14, 2018.
ICSE results recorded a pass percentage of 98.5%, while 96.21% students cleared the ISC exam. Swayam Das from Mumbai was the ICSE all-India topper with a score 99.4%. Seven students have topped the ISC exam with an identical score of 99.5%.

The candidates can visit the official website – www.cisce.org or www.results.cisce.org to check their result.

Meghalaya: Pine Mount School records 100 pc pass percentage in ICSE as well as ISC 2018 examinations

Here is the list of toppers from Pine Mount School, Shillong:

 

 

 

 

 

This year, the ICSE board examinations began on February 26 and ended on April 12, while the ISC exams began on February 7 and ended on April 4.

Girls secured higher pass percentage – 97.63 while boys achieved 94.96%. More than 81,000 candidates took the ISC Class 12 boards exam this year. Around 1.84 lakh students appeared for the ICSE Class 10 board exam

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This is how nature teaches you life goals; Two different trees share same root in GH

From Our Correspondent, Shillong News | Williamnagar, May 09, 2018: 

Wonders of Nature! If you are looking for examples of co-existence, then you should pay more attention to ‘Nature’ as it always has unique ways of proving that two different species can co-exit peacefully.

BJP MDC files FIR against GHADC CEM alleging fraud

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TURA | March 11:

Internal conflicts within the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (GHADC) continue to stir controversies among the members of the council. In a fresh political development, a BJP MDC, Bhupendra Hajong has accused the CEM Dipul Marak of using earlier signed papers fraudulently in an attempt to show his support for the NPP led EC.

Here’s why Hoji Suting thinks the Khasis’ origin is ‘mysterious’ and ‘mindblowing’

By Hoji Suting

SHILLONG | June 22, 2019:

Every year on June 22, Meghalaya observes and commemorates the Thomas Jones Day — a tribute to the Welsh Christian missionary — Rev Thomas Jones, ‘arguably’ known as the Founding Father of Khasi alphabets and literature.

Hundred and seventy eight years ago, one of the major tribes of Meghalaya – the Khasis were without a written script, without a lingual identity and without a literary history. However, all of that changed with the arrival of Reverend Thomas Jones.

5 facts you should know about Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma

Shillong: Newly sworn-in Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma addresses a press conference in Shillong, Meghalaya on Tuesday. PTI Photo (PTI3_6_2018_000189B)

SHILLONG/TURA | September 15, 2018:

Here are five facts you should know about Conrad Sangma: 

— Conrad Kongkal Sangma was born on 27 January 1978. He is the youngest son of former Chief Minister of Meghalaya and Speaker of the Lok Sabha, Late Purno A Sangma, and Soradini Kongkal Sangma. He hails from Tura in West Garo Hills.

Five facts you should know about the ‘Immortal Warrior’ of the Khasis — U Tirot Sing Syiem

July 17, 2018:

Although he may be unknown to the rest of the country and no street or corner is named after him in the National capital, U Tirot Sing Syiem is one of the greatest freedom fighters to hail from the Northeast. The patriotic valour of Tirot Sing, as he is more commonly known, is unmatched in the history of the sub-continent’s struggle against colonialism.

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