Infosys-EducationWorld Young Achievers Award 2005-06 - invites participation from Young Achievers across India
Bangalore, April 8, 2005: Infosys Technologies Limited (Nasdaq: INFY) has invited nominations to the Infosys-EducationWorld Young Achievers Award, instituted to recognize and reward talented young individuals in areas such as arts, science, music, sport, academics, technology and social work.
Eight of the best candidates (four each in the junior and senior categories) will be short-listed from the entries and invited to make a presentation to the jury in Bangalore. From these eight finalists, two young achievers will be selected for the award. The Young Achiever award is a reflection of the commitment that Infosys has towards recognizing the talent, enthusiasm and determination that the country's youth bring to the table.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. N. R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman and Chief Mentor, Infosys Technologies said, "The young people of the nation represent its future and exemplifies confidence, energy and optimism. Through this award we hope to recognize the hard work and commitment shown by young individuals across various fields and reward their achievements."
Students in the junior category (below 18 years) as well as the senior category (between 19 - 29 years) can be nominated by their parents, teachers or friends. Entry forms (available on website www.educationworldonline.net ) must be completed and submitted before April 15, 2005, and the eight short-listed candidates will be notified of their status by e-mail by May 15, 2005.