Infosys Q4 results: Rs 216 cr for social purposes, Rs 86 cr for Chennai floods in FY 16

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April 15, 2016 11:26 AM

Infosys says it’s not all about tracking the bottomline! While announcing its Q416 results, Infosys has said it contributed Rs 216 crore ($33 million) for projects related to healthcare, education, culture, destitute care and rural development. In addition, the company has spent Rs 86 crore ($13 million) crore on multiple initiatives including Chennai flood disaster […]

Infosys Q4 results, Vishal SikkaInfosys CEO Vishal Sikka. While announcing its Q416 results, Infosys has said it contributed Rs 216 crore ($33 million) for projects related to healthcare, education, culture, destitute care and rural development.

Infosys says it’s not all about tracking the bottomline! While announcing its Q416 results, Infosys has said it contributed Rs 216 crore ($33 million) for projects related to healthcare, education, culture, destitute care and rural development.

In addition, the company has spent Rs 86 crore ($13 million) crore on multiple initiatives including Chennai flood disaster relief, environment sustainability and conservation of natural resources aimed at long term sustainability of eco-system.

As part of its mission to better prepare all students for an increasingly digital future, Infosys Foundation USA continued to engage with local communities and invest in computer science related programs. The Foundation announced a grant of $1 million in partnership with National Science Foundation to support Computer Science (CS) professional development for teachers. This collaboration will provide opportunities for as many as 2,000 school teachers to deepen their understanding of CS.

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