`Infosys has expressed interest in setting up campus in Agra- Mathura area`
Mathura: Indian IT major Infosys, which is already coming up with a campus in Noida, may consider setting up another centre between Agra and Mathura, Mathura MLA Pradeep Mathur has said.
Sharing the details of a meeting he held with Infosys Executive Chairman NR Narayana Murthy in Noida yesterday, Mathur said that the business leader had expressed interest in opening a campus in the Agra-Mathura area.
According to Mathur, Murthy has said that company officials would be conducting a survey in the Agra-Mathura area on the feasibility of having a campus there.
The centre Infosys is building in Noida is to be spread over a 30-acre plot and is to come up at a cost of Rs 2,000 crore.
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