upGrad-owned Harappa Education laid off 40% of workforce

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There seems to be no end to the troubles of the edtech sector in the country as Delhi-based edtech startup Harappa Education has laid off around 73 employees, or almost 40% of its workforce.

According to sources, the layoffs were announced in the last week of December, with employees being asked to resign via messages and phone calls without any further explanation or official letter. According to a source, this was the first round of layoffs at the edtech startup, and more employees are likely to lose their jobs in the coming days. In July of last year, Ronnie Screwvala’s upGrad paid $38 million for Harappa Education.

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upGrad-owned Harappa Education laid off 40% of workforce

There seems to be no end to the troubles of the edtech sector in the country as Delhi-based edtech startup Harappa Education has laid off around 73 employees, or almost 40% of its workforce.

According to sources, the layoffs were announced in the last week of December, with employees being asked to resign via messages and phone calls without any further explanation or official letter. According to a source, this was the first round of layoffs at the edtech startup, and more employees are likely to lose their jobs in the coming days. In July of last year, Ronnie Screwvala’s upGrad paid $38 million for Harappa Education.

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