Kerala govt to meet Byju's executives on Nov 2 as 170 staff asked to resign

A meeting was called by the officials of the labour department on October 25, but the company did not appear for meeting

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The Kerala government on Thursday called for a meeting with executives from Byju's on November 2 to find an ‘amicable solution’ regarding forced resignations of nearly 170 Kerala-based employees of the edtech firm.

Though a meeting was called by the officials of the labour department on October 25, the company did not participate in it, citing short notice. “We are trying to solve this issue in an amicable and re-conciliating fashion. There will be a meeting on November 2 between the labour department and the company executives,” said K Vasuki, Labour Commissioner.

Earlier, the General Education and Labour Minister of

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First Published: Oct 27 2022 | 7:49 PM IST

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