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Tejas Networks has contributed towards various Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects in the fields of education, nutrition and skill development. Our CSR initiatives are directed towards building a better world for individuals, society and the nation at large. At Tejas Networks, we strive to make a positive impact on the world around us and create a better future for all.

IIIT Bengaluru was established with a vision to contribute to the IT world by focusing on education and research, entrepreneurship, and is working on a research proposal on ML-based Network Node Reliability Prediction. Together, we aim to set new benchmarks for excellence in the industry.

Sri Aurobindo Society, based in Puducherry, aims to provide equal and high-quality education to children with hidden disabilities who may struggle to integrate into society. Through our combined efforts, Tejas seeks to empower these children and help them thrive in the world around them.

Usha Mahajan Memorial Service Organization , works with Tejas towards the holistic development of children’s education, health,hygiene, special education and overall grooming of the underprivileged.

Katha bridges grassroots education efforts with urban revitalization. Katha’s mission is to provide underprivileged children access to reading and quality education. To date, Katha has empowered over one million children to lift themselves out of poverty through education. Tejas supports Katha in meeting its objective.

Electronics City Industries Association Trust (ELCIA) works towards improving the quality of Government Schools in the vicinity of Electronics City by setting up innovative classrooms, providing furniture, building toilets, and making potable water available at the school premises, among other things. It supports 4550 students across 18 Government schools. Tejas is associated with ELCIA.

Shyam Hospital & Research Centre worked towards procuring oxygen concentrators and oxygen masks during the pandemic. The private hospital set up a dedicated Covid facility to meet the medical needs of patients during the second wave of the pandemic.

Bharatiya Jana Sanghatana, Pune worked towards its ‘Mission Rahat Oxygen Bank’ to assist hospitals with emergency oxygen support in the worst-affected states/cities during the pandemic. The organisation has been at the forefront of fighting the pandemic, working in close coordination with state governments, district administrations and municipal corporations across many states. Tejas has supported these organizations.

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