* NSE index up 0.44%, BSE index up 0.43%
* IT stocks lead gains, Nifty IT index up 1.57%
* Higher crude prices drag oil and gas companies
BENGALURU, June 10 (Reuters) - Indian shares ended higher on Monday boosted by IT stocks, after paring some of the early gains on optimism from the U.S.-Mexico migration deal last week that averted a potential tariff war.
The broader NSE index ended up 0.44% at 11,922.70, while the benchmark BSE index closed 0.43% higher at 39,784.52.
Shares of Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys Ltd and Tech Mahindra Ltd ended between 1.9% and 2.5% higher, boosting the Nifty IT index, which closed 1.57% higher.
Britannia Industries Ltd ended as the top gainer among the bluechips, closing up 3.47% to 3,000 rupees, an over three-month high.
Oil and gas companies such as Indian Oil Corp Ltd, Gail (India) Ltd and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd were among the top losers, dragged by a rise in crude prices due to tighter supply.
Financials, which gained at the opening bell, reversed course to end in the red. The Nifty banking index closed 0.1% lower, with Yes Bank Ltd finishing the day down 2.43%.
For the mid-day report, click here: (Reporting by Derek Francis in Bengaluru; Editing by Rashmi Aich)