Over 2000 jobs were laid off by Byju’s

Over 2000 jobs were laid off by Byju

Byju’s, the largest ed-tech firm based in Bengaluru, has made headlines in two different countries for very different reasons. India’s $22 billion Byju’s is in the news for joining the wave of layoffs by announcing the layoff of 500 employees at WhiteHat Jr. and 1100 at Toppr; the total number can reach 2500 in the whole group of enterprises. In the US, by contrast, the corporation is widely speculated to be taking over 2U, a Nasdaq-listed ed-tech company, for around $15 a share.

It is the most popular school education app in India and was created by BYJU’S, a leading ed-tech company in India. Since its launch in 2015, BYJU’S has been providing highly personalized and successful learning programs for students in grades K-12 along with those preparing for competitive exams like JEE and IAS. BYJU has 50 million registered users and 3.5 million paying subscribers, making it one of the most popular educational portals worldwide.

Residents of India can take advantage of the several job opportunities it offers such as business development, education, consulting, digital marketing, customer service, and many more.

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