Mumbai: Ryan Bengaluru, Chennai celebrate ‘National Doctors Day’

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network - Mumbai

Mumbai (RBI), Jul 10: Ryan International Group of Institutions, here, celebrated National Doctors Day to inculcate the habit of healthy living and to express gratitude to the doctor community.

On the occasion an interactive session for the students was held with Dr Riddhi Rathi, a nationally reputed orthodontist, managing director of Orthosquare and managing director and CEO of Flexalign.

The students profusely expressed their gratitude to the doctors around the globe for their selfless service to society and making the world better and healthier. While interacting with Dr Rathi the students asked her a wide range of questions on her journey of life, the challenges in the life of doctors and dental care. Besides discussing dental care, she also enlightened the students on the latest digital dentistry, laser dentistry.

Dr Rathi who believes a smile can heal the deepest of wounds urged the students to follow good practices of oral hygiene and to keep smiling. Students of the Ryan Group of schools were delighted to be part of an informative and inspiring interactive session with Dr Rathi.

Ryan International Group of Institutions Dr A F Pinto and managing director Dr Grace Pinto organises such sessions with distinguished personalities from different walks of life to make education value-based and to connect lessons learned in the classroom to real-life situations.


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