Infosys on Wednesday said there were no immediate plans to appoint a co-chairman, a post vacated by one of its founder Nandan Nilekani.
Nilekani resigned as the company's co-chairman last month after being appointed head of the Unique Identification Authority that is tasked with providing each Indian a single identity number.
There are no plans to fill the post of co-chairman, Infosys CEO Kris Gopalakrishnan told reporters at a CII event in Kolkata.
Infosys, which posted a 17.3 per cent rise in first quarter net profit, said it would honour all the 18,000 campus-hiring commitments made during this year.
However, campus recruitments for next year would depend on the situation then, Gopalakrishnan said.