Alumni Connect

Arjun Vajpai - Ryan International School, Sector 39

Arjun Vajpai

Ryan school inspired me to be an outstanding athlete and dream big. It was this motivation and strengthening experience that enabled me to climb Mt. Everest when I was a student in class XII at the school. Today, thanks to the exposure I had at Ryan Noida that I’ve become a motivational speaker, an author and a philanthropist. I am thankful to Chairman of Ryan group of Institutions Dr. A.F.Pinto and M.D. Dr.Grace Pinto for recognising and strengthening me. I’ve so far climbed six 8000 M peaks( Mt.Everest , Mt. Lhotse , Mt. Manaslu , Cho You, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Kanchenjunga , Mt. DKD2 , Mt. Kalam)

Anas Javed - Ryan International School, Sector 39

Anas Javed

As a Ryanite, I was made confident to face an audience at a very early stage of my life. This exposure has really helped me to face the public in a big way as I am a politician today and am very versatile and strong whenever I have to address the masses. My sister is also an alumnus from Ryan and both of us are fortunate for being mentored in this great institution.

Dr. Naman Sharma - Ryan International School, Sector 39

Dr. Naman Sharma

I received my fundamental knowledge from the Prestigious Ryan International School, Noida( 1992-2006). Thereafter in 2007 to pursue Medical Education, I went to the Medical University, Pleven, Bulgaria. I was one of the 4 International Students who attended the Prestigious ERASMUS Program and visited the department of Internal Medicine at the University Hospital , Debrecen University, Hungary. Currently I am heading Manas Hospital ( A 50 bedded Multi Speciality hospital) as the Director with a team of more than 125 staff members. I have conducted over 150 free health check up camps in rural as well as urban areas in NCR in association with several esteemed corporations and institutes. I am the youngest doctor in the history of Indian Medical Association, Noida to be elected and serve as TREASURER (3rd Consecutive term, starting from 2017 – present day). I am also Involved in Basic life support ( Mass Awareness Program ) in association with Indian Medical Association and Indian Academy of Paediatrics. I am grateful and thankful to my Alma Mater for inculcating in me the best of qualities,bringing out the confidence in me to face the challenges the world throws at me everyday.. I feel so proud to be associated with Ryan International and the wonderful and enigmatic teachers who have helped in bringing out the best in me.

Nitica Sakherwade(Phd. student) - Ryan International School, Sector 39

Nitica Sakherwade(Phd. student)

It's been years since I have been away, Yet all that I learnt at Ryan remains and stays. And for this, am I forever grateful. For the teachers that motivated me to pursue my passion. And supported me in times of doubt and confusion. Without them, it would not have been possible. Ryan has been my second home, and each time I return nostalgia takes over. Because it has been so much to me. From being a toddler to an adult selected for IITK, to pursuing Physics, Ryan has always been there. And now as I dream to become a physicist someday, having met great scientists and Nobel laureates, when I look back, I cannot help but think that without the support and teaching of my Alma mater, it would all have not been possible. Cheers to Ryan Noida!

Rakshita Misra (Journalist) - Ryan International School, Sector 39

Rakshita Misra (Journalist)

I am Rakshita Misra. I am a 26 year old Delhi-based journalist. From covering sports to political news , I have completed 5 years in journalism. I began my career from NewsX , a Delhi based English news channel, where I worked on entertainment, sports and news desk as an anchor, reporter and producer. I switched to WION, Zee Media's international channel, and then Tiranga TV. With experience on the field and in the newsroom, on camera and on the desk ,I am blessed to have a vast experience in a short span of time. All my career, I never ceased to be a student and am still on the path of learning. And being a Ryanite, I have realised the value of learning no matter how old one grows. Thanks to my alma mater, I am what I am today and it gives me an immense joy to make my teachers proud. They gave me the confidence which is one of the most important ingredients for success, and of course, having a vision for the future too is what pushes oneself to take risks in life. I am blessed to possess those qualities thanks to my alma mater.