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Ananya Tripathi, the chief executive of Byju’s subsidiary WhiteHat Jr resigns

This came as edtech firm undertook restructuring of its business into two major verticals K-10 and exam prep

Our Special Correspondent Mumbai Published 31.08.23, 06:27 AM
Ananya Tripathi

Ananya Tripathi Sourced by the Telegraph

In yet another exit at Byju’s, Ananya Tripathi, the chief executive of its subsidiary WhiteHat Jr, has resigned. The start-up is yet to accept her resignation.

Tripathi is reportedly on maternity leave and decided to move on. Her move follows the resignation of chief business officer Pratyusha Agarwal, Mukut Deepak, business head for Byju’s class 4-10 school segment, and Himanshu Bajaj, head of its tuition centers business.


This came as the edtech firm undertook a restructuring of its business into two major verticals K-10 and exam prep.

Tripathi had joined WhiteHat Jr which serves online tutoring classes in April 2022.

Before joining WhiteHat Jr, she was the managing director at KKR Capstone.

Tripathi also served as Myntra’s chief strategy officer apart from working for McKinsey.

She has been a board member across many industries, including listed companies.
Some of her earlier stints included JB Chemicals, Max Healthcare, Lighthouse Learning and Wildcraft. She is a computer engineer from the Army Institute of Technology, Pune, and an MBA from IIM Kozhikode.

BharatPe exit

BharatPe’s chief business officer Dhruv Dhanraj Bahl is leaving the company after about four years of service, the company confirmed.

Bahl’s resignation follows a series of exits of top executives from the Gurgaon-based company. Bahl joined the company in 2020 as head of operations and was elevated to chief operating officer, before assuming his present role of CBO for merchant lending.

“We would like to confirm that Bahl is moving on from BharatPe to pursue his entrepreneurial passions. He has been an integral part of the organisation and contributed to the growth of the company,” a company spokesperson said.

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