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Byju’s founder Raveendran plays football with his team at midnight

Raveendran gets 40-50 colleagues who hire grounds to play football for two hours post-midnight.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Oct 04, 2016, 12.19 PM IST
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A passionate footballer Raveendran gets 40-50 colleagues who hire grounds to play football for two hours post midnight.
A passionate footballer Raveendran gets 40-50 colleagues who hire grounds to play football for two hours post midnight.
Apart from education and entrepreneurship Byju Raveendran, founder of Byju’s Classes, is passionate about football. But starting up one of the hottest ventures in town comes with its challenges. Most of them are related to scarcity of time in some way. So, since the Bengaluru-based Raveendran can’t find the time to play the sport during the day, his team and he now play at night. And by night, he means midnight. He recently told ETPanache that almost 40-50 of his colleagues hire grounds post midnight and play for two hours. It’s the only time the young team can find to play.

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