The NSE IT index is up 56.9 percent for the year.
Cement stocks including ACC Ltd and Ambuja Cements Ltd also closed lower on concerns about declining cement prices.
ICICI Securities estimates average prices for cement settled at 289 rupees per bag this month from 304 rupees last month, according to a report from its retail unit ICICI direct.com.
Property developers and infrastructure companies tracked the fall in cement stocks, with DLF Ltd sliding 3.18 percent, while Larsen & Toubro Ltd ending 1.29 percent lower.
Among gainers, India's wagon and railroad infrastructure builders rose after Business Standard newspaper reported the government could allow foreign direct investment in the country's railway sector, citing an unnamed senior government official.
Kalindee Rail Nirman Engineers Ltd jumped 19.94 percent, Titagarh Wagons Ltd closed 9.98 percent higher, Texmaco Rail & Engineering Ltd rose 12.5 higher and Hind Rectifiers Ltd ended up 12.23 percent.
Trent Ltd rose 1.99 percent on anticipations ahead of government approval on Tesco Plc's proposal to invest $110 million to set up supermarkets in the country.
Sesa Sterlite Ltd ended 0.72 percent higher after the miner said a committee appointed by the country's top court had allowed it to resume mining activities in the southern Indian state of Karnataka.
FACTORS TO WATCH
* Yen falls against on stimulus expectations
* Brent steadies on unrest in South Sudan, Libya
* World Shares ending bumper year
* Foreign institutional investor flows