Kalyani Charitable Trust's
Orchid International School

*One with the World, One of a Kind*
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Board of Governors

Dr. Ravindra G. Sapkal

Chairman & Managing Director,
Kalyani Charitable Trust, Mumbai

A graduate in Fine Arts, Dr. R. Sapkal’s visionary thinking and leadership qualities have got him where he is today. With a penchant for delivering nothing but the best, Dr. R. Sapkal continues to lead the trust with acclaimed success as its Chairman and Managing Director. His vision, eye for the minute details, people-oriented approach and steadfastness has helped the KCT take giant strides in the field of education. He has single-handly spearheaded many projects for social causes in and around Buldhana, his native town. Spreading education has been very close to his heart and he has been instrumental in setting up many schools in small towns and villages of Maharashtra. His aspiration to contribute something worthwhile to society led him to establish a school for the new generation in Nashik. The grandeur of OIS and its inception is due to him.

“Even a simple good wish can turn into a big achievement if you have enough will”

Mrs. Kalyani R. Sapkal,

Vice- Chairperson,
Kalyani Charitable Trust, Mumbai

Perfectly complementing Dr. R. Sapkal’s passion for growth and excellence is Kalyani Charitable Trust’s Vice Chairperson, Mrs. Kalyani R. Sapkal. Mrs. Sapkal is involved in each aspect of our development, armed with inspiring insights that break new grounds.

She has been the motivating force behind Dr. Ravindra G. Sapkal establishing the company, Trust and OIS, Nashik. She has a great love of books and is a voracious reader. She is also a successful home maker and has two well-brought up children.

Mr. Gulab Ramchandani

Member of Board of Governors

After serving for 33 years as a member of top management teams of leading companies, Mr. Ramchandani became Doon School’s first alumnus Headmaster in 1979. He introduced modern management principles in the school and transformed its management approach in a nine-year stint.

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