Hyderabad – based Narayana Group has chosen Iris Global Services (IGS) as its technology integration partner to provide “nSlate”an e-Education platform for its chain of schools across India.
As a part of the Digital India drive Narayana Group has pioneered as the first Indian e-Learning Institute for setting up of 128 AV based Digital Classroom in the academic year 2017-18 , it plans for an additional expansion with 86 Digital Classrooms and 131 Computer labs this 2018 – 19.
“Iris Global has been our approved technical partner since a couple of years and have been delivering to our requirements on time” said Mr MV Ranga Rao, HOD Procurement and Services, Narayana Group.
“Our nLearn vertical already have Digital Classrooms and now with nSlate and 3D Classrooms coming in place, we shall replace manual text books totally for each student by 2020. Our strong curriculum coupled with these digital tools, help students find subjects easier, grasp quicker and beget better results.” he added.
Narayana Group today stands as Asia’s largest education Institution with over 300,000 students in 650 centers spreading across 13 states to provide eEducation solution to its ever growing network of students pan India.
The Iris integrated “nSlate” e-Education platform runs over android based Samsung Tablets, imparting AR-Artificial Reality, VR-Virtual Reality and MR-Mix Reality simulation content for Science and Maths students.
“Iris has worked in hand with content designers &managers Design Mate and software flow partners Novatium, as part of the Iris Innovation Alliance (IIA) to deliver 1,500 Nos of nSlate devices for Narayana’ students with a revenue of almost 2 Crores this Quarter”, said Iris Global Services Chief Operating Officer Himanshu Chawla.
“Another 4500 units will be delivered in the next few months which will click a revenue of Rs six crore” he added.
“We congratulate Iris for having helped us land the “nSlate” for our students for our countrywide centers. Incoming times, this initiative shall pave ways to develop India accomplish its e-Education mission “said Narayana Group Founder Puneet Kothapa.