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TCS to employ 16,500 professionals at new Rajarhat campus
Source: IRIS | 20 Dec, 2012, 01.48PM
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Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading IT services, consulting and business solutions firm, today announced that its new software development campus at Rajarhat will be functional by the end of the financial year 2014-15. The new campus spread over 40 acres of land, once completed will house over 16500 seats and is being constructed with an investment of Rs 1.35 billion approximatly.

The Rajarhat campus will offer TCS employees a world-class and holistic work enviornment with facilities like amphitheatre, auditorium, cafeterias, libraries and  large green open spaces. The campus will house fitness facilities like tennis courts, basketball court and gymnasium for employees as well as temperory accommodation.

S Mahalingam, CFO & Executive Director, TCS said,” Our growing presence in Kolkata continues to be a strategic importance for our overall business growth. We remain committed to working in close collaboration with all stakeholders in the state to help development of local talent and provider our customers with world-class IT solutions from this location.”

Shares of Tata Consultancy Services gained Rs 8.2, or 0.67%, to trade at Rs 1,241.00. The total volume of shares traded was 42,153 at the BSE (1.44 p.m., Thursday).

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