Suu Kyi visits Infosys campus

She also planted a Spanish Mahogany sapling at the campus

Myanmar's pro-democracy leader and Nobel laureate Daw on Saturday paid a visit to Infosys' headquarters in Bangalore.

During his interaction with senior company officials and a group of employees, she discussed on how technology can play a role in the development of Myanmar. has committed to undertake a six-month training programme for 100 engineering students from Myanmar.

She also planted a Spanish Mahogany sapling at Infosys campus commemorating her visit to the company.

Suu Kyi is presently on a visit to India after a gap of nearly four decades as part of New Delhi's ongoing engagement with democratic and multi-party polity in that country.

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Suu Kyi visits Infosys campus

She also planted a Spanish Mahogany sapling at the campus

Bibhu Ranjan Mishra  |  Bangalore 

Myanmar's pro-democracy leader and Nobel laureate Daw on Saturday paid a visit to Infosys' headquarters in Bangalore.

During his interaction with senior company officials and a group of employees, she discussed on how technology can play a role in the development of Myanmar. has committed to undertake a six-month training programme for 100 engineering students from Myanmar.

She also planted a Spanish Mahogany sapling at Infosys campus commemorating her visit to the company.

Suu Kyi is presently on a visit to India after a gap of nearly four decades as part of New Delhi's ongoing engagement with democratic and multi-party polity in that country.

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Suu Kyi visits Infosys campus

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Myanmar's pro-democracy leader and Nobel laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi on Saturday paid a visit to Infosys' headquarters in Bangalore.

Myanmar's pro-democracy leader and Nobel laureate Daw on Saturday paid a visit to Infosys' headquarters in Bangalore.

During his interaction with senior company officials and a group of employees, she discussed on how technology can play a role in the development of Myanmar. has committed to undertake a six-month training programme for 100 engineering students from Myanmar.

She also planted a Spanish Mahogany sapling at Infosys campus commemorating her visit to the company.

Suu Kyi is presently on a visit to India after a gap of nearly four decades as part of New Delhi's ongoing engagement with democratic and multi-party polity in that country.

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