Ryan International School Managing Director Madam Grace Pinto has been honoured by Hindustan Times for exceptionally contributing in the field of education. Madam Pinto has been named among the ‘Visionaries of Education’ in India by the leading newspaper.

Mrs. Pinto received the honour owing to her diligent work in the education sector. Ever since the inception of Ryan International, Madam Pinto has been the backbone of the group, putting her heart and soul into the cause of providing value-based education.

Attributing her success to Jesus Christ, the Ryan International School MD said, “We gratefully acknowledge Jesus Christ for his grace and hand over protection and guidance over us in providing value-based education. We would also like to thank our Chairman Sir, Dr AF Pinto, for his vision and the opportunity to serve the nation through the field of education.”

Madam Grace Pinto stated, “We will continue to reach out to the children of this nation with the education that is meaningful and enjoyable in the 21st century competitive, technology-driven, and globalized world. We will make every endeavour to make Ryan School a unique dynamic learning hub for students and the community at large.”

An educator at heart, Madam Grace Pinto’s entrepreneurial journey began in 1976 when she married Dr AF Pinto, the visionary behind the inception of Ryan International Group. She became the executing partner to his dream of providing better educational opportunities to children in India, and took up teaching at the first school they started together in Mumbai.

Always rising to the challenge and never backing out from implementing new systems and methods of learning, Madam Pinto has played a crucial role in taking the Ryan Group to the heights it has achieved. Hindustan Times has not been the first to acknowledge her hard work, she has previously been honoured with numerous accolades celebrating her due diligence and care for the future of Ryanites.

Publisher: Uniindia


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