Infosys, Mysore



Infosys, Mysore employs a large number of IT professionals every year. There are around one thousand and five hundred software trainees being recruited in this place. The development center here have two blocks meant for developing software. There are facilities for video- conferencing, discussion rooms and testing labs, in order to create an excellent environment for training.

Infosys Technologies is a leader in the worldwide business related to information technology and consulting services. They provide product engineering services, application development, system integration, business consulting, etc. there are about thirty five thousand software professionals all over the world, working with Infosys and serving the clients.

The Global Education Center of Infosys is located in Mysore. There are about 58 training rooms, a well stocked library and a large number of faculty rooms.
Fresh engineering graduates are trained here on different aspects of developing software. Apart from training in various technology programs development of leadership qualities are also taken care of.

In order to take good care of the all round development of the trainees there are also facilities for health and fitness center, swimming pool, etc. In the employee care center there is a meditation hall, tennis room, squash court, Jacuzzi and so on.

This center was established in the year of 2005. On this occasion Mr T N Chaturvedi, Governor of Karnataka and Chief Minister, Mr Dharam Singh was present. Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Mr Siddharamaia were also present.

The annual turnover of Infosys, Mysore in the year of 2004 was USD 50.1 million.



Last Updated on 9/14/2011



     


     

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