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HCL Tech's Covid-hit 100-acre Lucknow project gets six months' extension

Phase-1 completed on time; phase-II had to be halted for nearly two months, and the pace of work remained sub-optimal during subsequent lockdown periods as well


The company had urged the Yogi Adityanath government to extend the stipulated time period for six months.

Virendra Singh Rawat Lucknow
The Covid-hit 100-acre Lucknow IT City project of HCL Technologies has been granted six months’ extension for completion by the Uttar Pradesh cabinet.

Under the concession agreement signed between the state government and HCL, the IT major is entitled to a host of incentives if the project is completed within the stipulated timeframe.

HCL Lucknow IT City project is the largest HCL campus in North India and offers a spectrum of services including infrastructure management, application development, product engineering, BPO and HCL internal enabling functions.

Whereas phase-I of the HCL IT City project was completed in time, phase-II faced hiccups owing to lockdown.

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First Published: Dec 31 2020 | 5:59 PM IST

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