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Iris Global Delivers 4,000 Lava Tabs for Schools in Ladakh

Vijay Gupta, Proprietor, Quantum Technologies
Vijay Gupta, Proprietor, Quantum Technologies

Iris Global Services has delivered a Rs 5-Cr order for  Lava Tabs towards   the “Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan” for the Union Territory (UT) of Ladakh through its partner. 

The Federal Program aims at spreading primary education and promotes making free   and compulsory education for children in primary schools between the ages 6 and 14,   as their fundamental right.

Iris’s Jammu Partner M/s Quantum Technologies had received the prestigious   order from the Directorate of Education, for delivering the Tabs for the schools.

Vijay Gupta, Proprietor, Quantum Technologies, said, “We got the order thru GeM for supplying 4,000 Lava 8-inch Tab. with preloaded MDM software, educational content, combined with Lectures & courseware from NCERT syllabus.”

These Lava Tabs has an 8-inch Display Screen, 32 GB Memory, Touch Module  memory card and a cover. It is a MII-Make In India product that comes with Indian components and were to be supplied in 2 months time, However, the OEM production took 1 month more.

Sunny Dhiman, Business Manager Jammu, Iris Global, said, “Quantum has been   an Iris partner since 20 year, They have been supplying to State Government Secretariat, Education and IT Department with Computer and storage products.   The order was placed to Quantum from the Directorate of Education, J&K.”

Under the Federal Campaign, the Ladakh school education department   has provided these Tablets “Free of Cost” to students.

“We have a good working relationship with Iris Global since 20 years. They have managed the shipments and deliveries on time, directly to Leh. They also gave us credit for 60 days, we however have paid them well before time”

“We have been doing ambitious projects in the past with Iris and have done   a turnover of Rs 20 Crore last March 2023 – we are looking to cross Rs 25 Cr in   coming fiscal,” Gupta concluded.

In the recent past, Iris Global had delivered Rs 40 Cr order through its Partner for setting up Smart Classes in over 1,000 Schools in the UT of Ladakh. They also delivered under the G2G program for execution of tablets to Mauritius worth Rs 18 Crore.

Iris also had supplied Tabs to Narayana Educational Institute worth Rs 12 Crore   for setting up Digital Desk Labs. It had been Enabling Technologies for Education.   Work from Home especially during pandemic times.
Iris has also diversified into the Security and Telecom sector, which has great potential.

“The industry and the channel community must realize & use the opportunity. With coming election, Government is investing in projects. It’s time for the Partners to come forward with their initiatives and efforts. Iris can take that extra step forward to help partners, close deals,” said Sanjiv Krishen, Founder, Chairman, Iris Global Services. 

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