- 135 metres high clock tower to be built at Infosys campus, Mysuru
- Architect Hafeez Contractor will design the Gothic-style structure
- The project is estimated to cost Rs 60 crore
The structure will be built at Infosys' 345-acre Mysuru campus on a 22x22 meters base in Gothic style. The architecture will match the classical look of the other buildings on campus, Infosys told BBC. However, the old-fashioned face of the structure will have state-of-the-art digital technology.
Architect Hafeez Contractor, who designed the Mysuru campus, will be designing the clock tower as well, reports Hindustan Times.
"A clock tower brings a sense of academic breathing to the campus, and I felt we too will need one. And Vishal (Sikka, Infosys CEO) felt it is a good idea," NR Narayana Murthy, co-founder of Infosys, told The Economics Times.
The project is estimated to cost about Rs 60 crore and will take up to 20 months to complete, suggest reports.
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