CLAT ad Mocking NEET Results Goes Viral, Suggests 'Think Beyond IIT NEET'

‘Think Beyond NEET, IIT JEE, Think CLAT’ ad is doing rounds on social media after NEET Result controversy. The front page ad of leading newspaper suggests aspirants to opt for CLAT if they are not satisfied with their NEET Results.
CLAT ad Mocking NEET Results Goes Viral, Suggests 'Think Beyond IIT NEET'

CLAT ad Mocking NEET Results Goes Viral, Suggests 'Think Beyond IIT NEET'

Amid ongoing controversy on NEET Results, a newspaper ad mocking NEET, IIT JEE exam has gone viral. The ad encourages aspirants to consider preparing for Common Law Admission Test, CLAT instead of NEET or IIT JEE. Half page ad on fromt page of leading newspaper reads, "Dissapointed with NEET Results? Think beyond NEET, IIT JEE. Think CLAT!
CLAT stands for Common Law Admission Test and is a centralized national-level government entrance test for admissions to 22 national law universities in India.There is no age limit to appear for the exam. For UG program, candidates who have passed Class 12 with at least 45 percent and 40 percent in case of SC and ST. For PG program candidates should have passed LLB with minimum 50 per cent marks and 45 percent for SC/ST applicants.
Netizens React on CLAT ad
One of the comment on post reads, "bruh? marketing koi clat walo sey seekhein". Another user commented, "Capitalism is peaking .
Last time a shaving blade company tried to capitalise from young topper's looks." A user tweeted, "Dusre ki aapada me khud ke liye awasar talaash liya inhone."

NEET Controversy 2024 Timeline

National Testing Agency, NTA released NEET results on June 4, 2024. Soon after the release of results, numerous aspirants reported discrepancies in their scores. Students are demanding an investigation into the alleged irregularities or re-exam. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test petition was presented in Supreme Court today. A plea was filed earlier to cancel NEET exam.
Special vacation bench has asked a notice to be issued to National Testing Agency, NTA. Several other pleas challenging grace marks and the OMR Sheet concerns have also been filed in SC. The apex court has asked the counsel to route the petitions through the Chief Justice and present the case at the SC registry. Supreme Court has refused to stay counselling process for admissions in MBBS, other courses for successful candidates.
"Let the counselling start, we are not stopping the counselling," the bench remarked. The Supreme Court was hearing petitions seeking cancellation of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - Undergraduate (NEET-UG) 2024 exam over alleged paper leak and other irregularities this year. NTA has denied any irregularities and the case will now be heard in Supreme Court on July 8, 2024.
(With inputs from ANI)
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