The declaration of SSC results rung the bells of celebration for numerous students in Mumbai. While the average result has experienced a major 12.31 percent drop, some students shone above others to become the highest scorers.
SahilVedpathak, a student from St. Lawrence School, Vashi of Ryan International Group of Institutions, scored 98.6 percent in the SSC exams. Elated with the result, the Ryanite said, “I was expecting around 95 percent, but the score has really come as a surprise.”
Sahil has already started preparing for the engineering entrance examination and wishes to join computer engineering in IIT-Bombay. A music enthusiast who plays the harmonium, Sahil secured an additional 10 marks for pursuing music. Sahil says, “I balanced my time for studies and dedicated time for music, playing the harmonium.
Talking about the changed pattern of the exams and new curriculum, the St. Lawrence student said, “It was, in fact, a little easy to score because it was more about understanding the topic and concepts rather than rote learning.”
Ryan International Group of Institutions is known for achieving excellent results in exams conducted by various educational boards. Earlier, in May 2019, students at Ryan International Schools across Mumbai achieved excellent scores in the CBSE and ICSE exams.
The Managing Director of Ryan International Group of Institutions, Madam Grace Pinto congratulated the students for their achievement. She took the opportunity to reflect upon the impeccable academic record of Ryan International Schools, and expressed her gratitude towards the parents who extended their support and cooperation in creating “a world-class academic platform for our children throughout the country.”
The consistently remarkable academic record of Ryan International Group of Institutions falls in line with the group founder Dr. AF Pinto’s vision of providing better educational opportunities to students in India. Over the years, the educational group has been dedicatedly offering the best scholastic and co-scholastic opportunities to its students.