HDFC Bank Ignored 2021 Passed Out Students ?? Paper Ad Creates Controversy

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An alleged advertisement of HDFC bank which mentions that the 2021 passed out students are not eligible, creates controversy in social media platforms. Trolls, memes, posts and opinions on students who graduated in the year 2021 by completing online examination has been flooding the feeds of online platforms ever since the picture of the HDFC advertisement surfaced in Internet. Many could be seen tagging the official twitter account of HDFC bank and seeking their response on whether the newspaper advertisement is a true one or fake.

Due to the COVID 19 pandemic situation, all the school, college students were forced to study through online and the examinations, including the semesters were conducted through online. Most of the state governments, including Tamil nadu announced all pass for the students of plus 2 without conducting the final examination to avoid the spread of the virus. Now, an alleged advertisement from the HDFC Bank that is located in Madurai, sought graduates who are not graduated in the year 2021 and it caused various kind of reactions in the Internet.

The advertisement says that it is a “Walk-in-interview” for graduates. It restricts graduates who are less aged less than 28 years and points out “2021 passed out candidates are not eligible”. Work locations are Madurai, Siva gangai, Ramanadhapuram and Virudhunagar, says the ad which highlights address and contact details.

Check out the advertisement here :

“What rubbish is this. This means that students were responsible for Covid. When entire world has suspended exams then why this discrimination” a follower said whereas another one wrote “Hurts those studied actually with dedication.”

Check out some of the reactions for this advertisement below :

A set of people believe that HDFC could be looking for people with experience for the required designations and the advertisement might have left out 2021 passed out students, considering their lack of experience. Few also believe that the circulating picture is fake. However, we have to wait for an official confirmation from the bank.

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