Byju’s relents and reverses his decision to shut down activities in Kerala
- After Byju Raveendran, CEO and founder of Byju’s, met Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vajayan and Sri Jayadev met labour department authorities, the edtech company agreed to reopen its Trivandrum office.
- A week earlier, a group of employees met Kerala labour minister V Sivankutty to accuse Byju’s of pressuring over 170 people to resign.
- In a November 2 meeting, the world’s most valuable edtech business also agreed to rehire last month’s resigning staff, according to a Facebook post.
- Vineeth Chandran, secretary of techie welfare organisation Prathidhwani, confirmed the development at the meeting.