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Anuna Education has joined hands with Reboot Systems India

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Anuna Education, a partner of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) has joined hands with nation’s leading supplier of refurbished, branded systems, Reboot Systems India, to put quality computers within the reach of students and skill development institutions across Uttar Pradesh & Uttranchal.

The World Environment Day (‘WED’) is celebrated every year on 5 June to raise global awareness of the need to take positive environmental action. Recognizing this special day Reboot Systems India Pvt. Ltd. has formally launched the ‘Green India Ambassadors’ Program, with special emphasis for schools and other educational institutions. Anuna Education has taken the lead in supporting this unique initiative and has adopted Reboot Systems for its students and staff, as well as, offer the same to students & colleges in the state.

Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Amit Iqbal Srivastava, CEO, Anuna Education, said, “In this era of Digital Divide and the significant challenges thereof, India as a country needs eco-friendly computers that are not only affordable but are also reliable and work to promote environmental awareness at all times. Anuna Education has consistently recognized the need to promote digital inclusive growth along with environmental awareness amongst its entire staff, students other stake holders. Reboot Computers fit in well with our commitment to the environment and help in addressing e-waste challenges.”

Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Anand Tater, Founder & Director, said “In the 21st century Knowledge economy, access to essential technology and computing skills is an important predicator of life opportunities. We at Reboot through our innovative product – market penetration (Frugal Innovation) strive to bring the last mile on the digital highway while encompassing Global best Practices of IT Refurbishing, Remarketing and environment Management.

Mr. Angshuman Saha, Co-Founder & Operations Head mentioned – Modern India certainly needs more computers and computer labs for all the school and college going students to become more effective. He endorsed the merits of adopting such frugal innovation led recycle (re-engineered and re certified) systems, as they have proven to be eco-friendly and cost effective, world over. Mrs. Ruby Srivastava, COO, Anuna Education said, “Refurbished computers/laptops are not only healthy for the environment, but are also essential in furthering Modi ji’s mantra of Speed, Skill & Scale. We would like to see more colleges and skill development bodies such Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission (UPSDM), etc. to come forward and adopt such initiatives to fasten the scaling of their skilling initiatives.”

Mr. Jayant Krishna, Principal Consultant, TCS, who was Chief Guest at the launch said, “Computer penetration in India is below 10% and if you examine the same outside of the 6 large metros, then it is a very low ~ 3%. India tier II/ III cities and below are yet to witness any meaningful computer adoption and have been largely underserved in this era of digital literacy. It is a much needed responsibility of all stakeholders to ensure digital inclusion at all levels and that should start with schools.”

Re-engineering of computers has become the acceptable norm world-over, since it offers significant advantages of safeguarding the environment from e-waste issues while providing the opportunity of owning computers at reasonable prices.

It is observed that:

One reboot desktop (CPU + monitor) conserves 106 lbs of carbon emissions which equals 4 trees or 18 gallons of gasoline.

One reboot laptop conserves 41 lbs of carbon emissions which equals 2 trees or 7 gallons of gasoline.

Reboot board represented by Mr. Anand Tater and Mr. Rahul Chowdhury said Indian market is at an interesting stage of discovering and adopting computers and that it is a core operating belief at Reboot that ‘everyone deserves a computer’.

Keeping in spirit of the World Environment Day, Anuna Education was presented with a “Green India Ambassador” Certificate, recognizing their commitment for Green India. Modern India

Source-Telegraphindia

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