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Ryan Global School records 100% pass result in IGCSE March series 2020

May 21, 2020

Ryan Global Schools recorded a 100% pass results in the recently announced Cambridge Assessment International Education, IGCSE March series 2020 results. The group has three schools which are located in Mumbai (Kharghar, Chembur and Andheri).

All the 41 students of Ryan Global Schools who took the Cambridge IGCSE March series 2020 examination have successfully received their ICE Certificates, with many students excelling and achieving their ICE distinction and ICE merit.

Grace Pinto, Managing Director, Ryan International Group of Institutions said, “We are immensely grateful to our Lord Jesus Christ for the spectacular IGCSE results of our Ryan Global Schools in Andheri, Chembur, Kharghar and Bengaluru. We are proud and happy that our students have performed exceptionally well and achieved 100% results for yet another year in a row. We congratulate our students for their sincere efforts and perseverance. We are grateful to the parents for their support. The unwavering commitment of our teachers who have put in relentless efforts in training and supporting the students have borne fruits. We wish all our students success and a bright future ahead.”

Key Achievements:

Ryan Global School, Kharghar

A total of 15 students appeared for the IGCSE -March Series 2020 out of which two students achieved ICE distinction. The ICE distinctions holders are students Vasu Jha and Aditya Negi. Five students achieved ICE merit and all the students have achieved the ICE certificate.

Ryan Global School, Chembur

A total of 13 students appeared for the IGCSE -March Series 2020 out of which five students achieved ICE distinction. Student Vrishin Rao is one of the toppers in distinction holders. Five students achieved ICE merit and all students achieved ICE certificate.

Ryan Global School, Andheri

The distinction holder and topper Deepansha Narain scored 92 percent gaining scores 5*A and 2A. The rest of the students have received their ICE certificate and are either in the list of distinction holders or merit holders.

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