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H. Elias Hr. Secondary School Shines
By Mrs. Yasuklang Dkhar
Shillong, Jun. 25. Shillong: H. Elias Hr. Secondary School, Nongthymmai - Shillong is improving in both sports and academic. The Board results are better each year.
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This year 2019, the school for the first time secured a rank in the HSSLC Arts stream. Veihote Lamah secured the 8th position in the board exam with 6th letter marks. Besides her, many students were awarded with letter marks in various subjects. The School participated also in 'Subroto Mukherjee Cup' football tournament. This year for the fifth consecutive year, the school has reached the final. It may be mention here that the school team has won it both in the district level and the state level from 2015 till 2018. This year the school had won the district level and now waiting for the state level to be held in the month of July tentatively. DBMN congratulate the Principal, Teachers, students, the coach and the players and the whole H.Elias family.  WELL DONE H Elieas!!

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