Nilekani was brought on-board in August last year, after the then CEO Vishal Sikka and ex-Chairman R Seshasayee had resigned following a bitter boardroom tussle.
Nilekani, who is one of the co-founders, was mandated with steering the company back on track after protracted row between the founders and the past management over allegations of corporate governance lapses.
He was also mandated to find a successor to Sikka, a search that culminated with the appointment of Salil Parekh as CEO and MD earlier this month.
Speaking to the media and analysts after announcing the third quarter financial results, Nilekani said Parekh has brought stability to Infosys.
“It (Infosys) has already settled down, it is absolutely stable and I think we have moved very quickly,” he added.
When asked on how long he intended to continue his tenure, Nilekani said: “I will be there for as long as required, and not a day longer.
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