"All the call letters that have been sent out will be honoured... we are sticking to our numbers... we will honour the commitments we have made," Infosys co-chairman Nandan Nilekani told reporters on the sidelines of a CII event.
The company has made an offer to 18,000 students of the 2009-10 batch from different campuses. For the current fiscal, Infosys has been maintaining that it would hire 27,000 people.
When asked about the US Government's decision to curb H1-B visa workers, Nilekani said, "Certainly we are all for free trade, its good for the world, its a way of spurring growth. While there is this murmur (H1-B visa issue), fundamentally I am hopeful that people realise that we need free trade."