The Infosys board on Thursday named Nandan Nilekani non-executive chairman in what resembled a reaction to slants of a large group of investors.

Eight years after he left all duties at Infosys to go up against the undertaking of building the Aadhaar foundation, Nandan Nilekani has come back to the company he co-founded in 1981.

Murthy and the founder gathering have conflicted with the board as of late finished the company’s performance, corporate governance and the compensation of former Chief Executive Officer Vishal Sik, at last, prompted Sikka’s leave a week ago, trailed by a $4 billion drop in the company’s market value and downsizes from analysts.

R. Seshasayee has resigned as non-executive chairman and Ravi Venkatesan has ventured down from his position as co-chairman. Venkatesan will hold his seat on the board as an independent director.

Sikka, who was delegated executive vice-chairman a week ago after he resigned as CEO, has likewise ventured down. He will get a severance payout of $246,575, a variable pay of $205,572 and company-paid advantages for 90 days.

Twelve institutional investors, including HDFC Asset Management, ICICI Prudential Asset Management and Birla SunLife Asset Management — who together possess around 10 percent of Infosys shares — additionally kept in touch with the Board looking for return of Nilekani, contending that he delighted in the confidence of clients, shareholders and employees.

Among his accomplishments, Mr Nilekani, drove the execution of one of the world’s greatest technology activities, India’s Aadhaar program, which has now enrolled over a billion Indians and which is changing the lives of Indians consistently.

Peter Bendor-Samuel, CEO of outsourcing research firm Everest Group, said Nilekani’s arrival to Infosys signals a commitment from the board to attempt and mend the divisions between board individuals, amongst board and founders, and inside the positions of Infosys employees.