Infosys EGM Approves Sponsored Secondary ADR Program

Bangalore, India - February 22, 2003

The Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of Infosys Technologies Limited was held today in Bangalore to consider the approval of sponsored secondary ADR program. Mr. Nandan Nilekani, Chief Executive Officer, President and Managing Director, chaired the EGM.

At the EGM, the members of the company approved the sponsorship of an ADR issue in the range of 2 million to 3 million shares (equivalent to 4 million to 6 million ADRs). The pricing will be determined by the lead underwriters and all shareholders holding Indian equity shares will have a pari passu right to participate in this offering


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Infosys, a world leader in consulting and information technology services, partners with Global 2000 companies to provide business consulting, systems integration, application development and product engineering services. Through these services, Infosys enables its clients to fully exploit technology for business transformation. Clients leverage Infosys' Global Delivery Model to achieve higher quality, rapid time-to -market and cost-effective solutions. Infosys has over 14,000 employees in over 30 offices worldwide. For more information, visit .


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