Infosys China Education & Research Head Conferred The Title Of "Honorary Citizen" Of Nanhu District By Jiaxing Government

Jiaxing, China - June 4, 2012

Murali Mohan Konareddy, Head of Education and Research, Infosys Technologies (China) Co. Ltd. has been conferred the title of “Honorary Citizen” of Nanhu district by Jiaxing Nanhu District People’s Government at a grand function “Spring in Nanhu”, attended by over 1000 delegates. This award is the highest award for a foreign national from Jiaxing-Nanhu district, home to the famous South Lake (Nanhu), the official birth place of the Communist party of China.

Murali was nominated for this award after a careful evaluation process by the standing committee of Nanhu District People’s Congress. He has played a pivotal role in setting up Infosys China Education Center at Jiaxing. This award further recognizes his hard work, dedication, commitment and passion for education, as well as the Education and Research team’s contributions to Jiaxing city.

Mr. Rangarajan V.R, CEO Infosys Technologies (China) Co. Ltd. also attended this function and signed a MOU with Jiaxing Science City for building the new campus of Infosys China Education Center at Jiaxing. The new campus will offer state-of-the-art training facilities with a capacity of 3000 participants at a time and is expected to be ready by June 2014.

Infosys China Education Center (Jiaxing) was established in collaboration with Jiaxing Science City two years ago and it is the first residential education center of Infosys outside India. Infosys' Global Education Center in Mysore, India is one of the largest corporate education centers in the world with a capacity to train more than 14,000 people simultaneously.

Infosys has already trained more than 1200 fresh graduates from its training center at Jiaxing since its inception. In this center, Infosys also conducts soft skills, management and leadership development programs for its employees across China, in addition to training fresh employees. As part of the Infosys Campus Connect initiative, Infosys also organizes faculty enablement programs for university faculty to bridge the gap between industry requirements and university curriculum. Infosys has trained over 1000 school and college students under its Spark program to create awareness about IT industry and the opportunities it can offer. Infosys is opening its training programs in China to select clients as well as potential clients to establish long-term strategic partnerships.


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