Infosys BPO Ltd., today announced that it has been awarded the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) award at the 8th National
Outsourcing Association (NOA) Awards, 2011 in London for 'Project Genesis', a community project entirely sponsored
by Infosys BPO. The awards recognize the efforts of companies and individuals who have demonstrated excellence in the
Project Genesis aims at improving the employability of students from Tier 2 and 3 towns in India through focused training
interventions conducted through the medium of their college academicians. The curriculum of Project Genesis includes
two modules: 'Language Enhancement' and 'Analytical Skills'. The Language Enhancement module aims at
improving the written and spoken communication capabilities of students from these towns. The Analytical Skills module
aims at improving the aptitude capability of these students. The program is conducted in four well planned phases such
that the impact on the students is highest, and that provides them with the proficiency required to enter and perform
well in this dynamic industry.
Speaking about the award, Raghavendra K., Head - Human Resources Development, Infosys BPO said, “We are delighted to have
received this award. We consider this award an acknowledgement that Project Genesis is heading in the right direction,
and we are truly proud of this initiative, which is bound to aid students from Tier 2 and 3 towns in India, and also
the BPO industry as a whole. Over the past six years, Project Genesis has helped us reach out to over 85,569 students
through 3,138 academicians in 1,594 educational institutions across 7 states in India."
Project Genesis follows the 'Train the Trainer' model, in which academicians from identified colleges are trained
over a period of 10 days on the Global Skills Enhancement curriculum at Infosys campuses. The complete training program
is sponsored by Infosys BPO with no expense being incurred by the participating academicians.
About the National Outsourcing Association
The NOA (
) is the UK's only outsourcing trade association. The NOA is part of the larger umbrella organization, the European
Outsourcing Association. Advocating best practice, the NOA represents outsourcing end users, vendors and other companies
which support outsourcing, such as legal firms, consultancies and HR. The NOA is involved in research, events, education
and public affairs. The vast quantity of information that the NOA has collected is referred to as BOOK (the Body of Outsourcing
About Infosys BPO
Infosys BPO Ltd. (
www.infosysbpo.com), the Business Process Outsourcing subsidiary of Infosys Limited, was set up in April 2002. Infosys
BPO focuses on integrated end-to-end outsourcing and delivers transformational benefits to its clients through reduced
costs, ongoing productivity improvements, and process reengineering. Infosys BPO operates in India, the Czech Republic,
China, the Philippines, Poland, Mexico, USA and Brazil and as on September 30, 2011 employed approximately 20,617 people.
It closed FY 2010-11 with revenues of $426.8 million.
About Infosys Ltd.
Many of the world's most successful organizations rely on the 142,000 people of Infosys to deliver measurable business
value. Infosys provides business consulting, technology, engineering and outsourcing services to help clients in over
30 countries build tomorrow's enterprise.
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