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Madam Grace Pinto receives Lifetime Achievement in Education

Published On : 19 Aug 2018   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Madam Grace Pinto, MD, Ryan International Group of Institutions was once again recognized for her sterling service to the education sector in India. Her tireless efforts to provide quality affordable education to the farthest reaches of the country were lauded at the 12th World Education Summit by Digital Learning held in New Delhi recently. The summit was organized by Digital Learning magazine to recognize outstanding individuals and institutions in the education sector in India.



Madam Pinto was awarded the Lifetime Achievement in Education at the Summit and the trophy was presented to her by Mr. Rajesh Aggarwal, Director General, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Gov. of India. Also present on the occasion was Ms. Anju Sharma, Principal Secretary, Higher and Technical Education, Govt. Of Gujarat.

Speaking about this latest recognition of her work, Madam Pinto, said, “I'm extremely pleased and humbled to receive this prestigious honour. I thank our Lord Jesus Christ who has empowered and enabled us to provide value based education. I am grateful to the entire team of Digital Learning for recognizing the contribution made by Ryan Group in the segment of education. These awards reflect continual effort and dedication of our staff and support of our parents and well-wishers in providing quality education to the children of our country”.

 







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