The Bengaluru-based firm said in this ongoing organizational restructuring for profitable growth
Byju’s has said it has no plans to exit Kerala and is setting up three centres in the state and hiring around 600 people. The edtech company, which is valued at $22 billion, is targeting to be profitable by March next year.
With this, the total number of Byju’s establishments across the state will be 14 and these are a mix of company offices and tuition centres. The number of employees in the state will increase from 3,000 to 3,600.
India’s most-valued start-up is scaling up its operations in Kerala at a time when a group of Byju’s employees had met Kerala labour minister V Sivankutty, alleging that the edtech giant was forcing more than 170 staffers to resign. They
First Published: Oct 30 2022 | 11:52 PM IST