Infosys gave good news amid Corona crisis, company will give job to 26 thousand freshers

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In the information given to the stock exchange, the company said that by the end of March 2021, there were 2,59,619 employees working in the company, while 17,248 new employees were added to the company.

New Delhi. The country’s leading software services company Infosys has announced to provide bumper jobs to freshers this financial year. The company said that the company will provide jobs to 26 thousand freshers through campus placements in FY22.

The company hired 21 thousand freshers in FY 2020-21
In these 26 thousand jobs, 24 thousand jobs will be given to the people of India, while 2 thousand jobs company will be given to foreign students. Let us tell you that in the last financial year ie 2020-21, the company had hired 21 thousand freshers. In these, 19 thousand jobs were given to Indian students.

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Infosys releases fourth quarter results, profit of Rs 5078 crore
Please tell that Infosys has released the fourth quarter results on Wednesday. January consolidated net profit of the company fell 2.6 per cent to Rs 5078 crore. This is lower than estimates as analysts were expecting Infosys’ consolidated net profit in the fourth quarter to be Rs 5170.2 crore. On a quarter-on-quarter basis, Infosys consolidated revenue grew by 2.8 per cent to Rs 26,311 crore. This is also less than anticipated. Analysts were expecting consolidated income of Rs 26,701.8 crore.




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