New Delhi: A year after education technology company byju’s acquired coding platform WhiteHat Jr, its founder Karan Bajaj on Wednesday announced his departure. Now Trupti Mukherjee will lead the organization, formerly the head of customer experience and delivery. In a post on LinkedIn, Bajaj announced his departure from the company he founded in 2018.
He said, “I am moving on new paths. Also my immense gratitude to the over 17,000 staff and teachers who were not a part of my life until just two years ago. Thanks for trusting me either way. I know almost every one of you and will always remember you very warmly.
Bajaj also thanked Byju Raveendran, the founder of Byju’s. Byju’s acquired WhiteHat Junior in August 2020 for USD 300 million (approximately Rs 2,240 crore).
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Let us tell you that recently the company has engaged about 800 music teachers to give online education of piano and guitar. The company said that the price of its music courses starts from Rs 3,299. Apart from this, the company had told that in about two weeks time we will start music courses in Australia and UK as well. Also, we will start our services in Brazil and Mexico after about six weeks.