Ryan International School bags Cent Percent Results in SSC

Report from Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/SP)
Mumbai, May 26:
The stroke of 11.00 am on Monday May 25 was most eagerly awaited by thousands of class X students, hitting on the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ISCE) website, jamming all the lines to view the results. Ryan International School experienced jubilance and sheer joy upon securing 100 cent result in ICSE 2009 examinations. This being the first year of its Class X, the school takes pride in announcing its first rank, Ankita Bannerjee at 94.71 percent and Harshita Mangal at 94.14 percent, as the second ranker. Aptly reflecting the school’s ethos of ‘excellence in education and overall development,’ the school surges ahead, embracing the success Mantra, faith in God, diligent working and the firm self-belief instilled in every Ryanite, by the chairman Dr Augustine Francis Pinto and managing director Grace Pinto. Under their dynamic mentorship and firmly keeping faith in the principle, ‘I can, I will, I must,’  this achievement has been realized.

For the Ryan International's Malad school, this is the sixth consecutive 100% result. Nerul school has also achieved the distinction of 100% result.
The school has conveyed its wholehearted gratitude to Gerry Arathoon, chief executive and secretary of council for ISCE, in making the results available to all the schools efficiently and punctually, through the personalized school’s e-mails and SMS facility, thereby reducing the enormous stress build up among the anxious students, parents and the schools.


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