Mumbai, August 3, 2021: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 results declared today brought good news for the Ryan Group of Schools in the city, as it registered 100 per cent results. Toppers at the schools have delivered exceptional scores in the CBSE 2021 Board Examinations. All the schools that are a part of the group and located at diverse locations across Mumbai have achieved 100% outstanding results for the CBSE Board.
The top achieving students of Ryan International Group of Schools are:
1. Ms. Durva Bhosale, St. Joseph High School-CBSE, Panvel scored 99.40%
2. Mst. Prasun Shrivastav, St. Joseph High School-CBSE, Panvel scored 99.40%
3. Ms. Minautee Dighe, Ryan International School-CBSE, Sanpada scored 99.20%
Ms. Ankita Mandal, Ryan International School-CBSE, Kandivali scored 99%
Mst. Pranjal Malpani, St Joseph's HIgh School -CBSE, Panvel scored 98.60%
A time for celebrations at Ryan Group of Schools as the teenagers cleared the examination successfully bringing joy to their parents, and schools.
Notably, the hard work of Ryan Group for their students bore fruits. Speaking about the success Ms. Durva Bhosale, St. Joseph High School-CBSE, Panvel topper said, “I am on cloud nine that I have scored 99.40%. I would like to extend my humble gratitude to our founder's chairman Sir Dr. AF Pinto, and our loving Madam Grace Pinto for stressing all-around development rather than mere academics. I would like to give credit to my teachers, who were supportive even during the challenging times. My parents were easy on me too. We are thankful for our management that amidst the pandemic our institutions introduced the Ryan OS system in our school, due to which our studies were as levelheaded.
Sharing the same pass percentage Mst. Prasun Shrivastav, St. Joseph High School-CBSE, Panvel said, “I am exhilarated to score 99.40%. I am clear with what I will be pursuing in the next 11th grade. I am deeply thankful towards my teachers, who struggled as much as we were throughout the journey. I take this opportunity to thank our managing director Madam Grace Pinto for continuous guidance and motivation during the pandemic and for introducing new methodologies in schools. My parents were my support throughout the challenging times. The result is dedicated to all Ryanites".
While congratulating the students on their success, Madam Grace Pinto, Managing Director, Ryan Group of Schools, said, “We are exhilarated to see our students’ impressive performance for yet another year despite the ongoing situation. All praise to the LORD for the excellent CBSE 10th results. We at Ryan believe in excellence in education. Our focus remains on leveraging technology and its tools to help students engage in the immersive learning experience. In the middle of the current scenario, we are glad that all our hard work during these challenging times has paid off. We congratulate all Ryanites for their efforts and wish them success in the future. We thank our parents for their constant support and for believing in us like always. We thank our teachers for their steadfast commitment and to accept the changes of the marking system announced by the education board and working on it accordingly. At Ryan Group, we remain committed to our vision and mission of academic excellence and holistic development through education for our young future leaders”.
Ryan International Schools have once again proved why they remain the first choice for parents. Year on year, the academic results of Ryanites have excelled and this is a testament to the strong academic processes which have been honed over the years to provide individualized attention to all students.
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