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Zomato’s Rs.1.6 Cr IIT Delhi Job Offer Withdrawal – A Marketing Stunt or Misstep?

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Zomato, known for its unconventional marketing strategies, recently stirred controversy at IIT Delhi’s placement drive with an eye-popping Rs. 1.6 crore job offer. However, the buzz didn’t last long as a screenshot of the company’s withdrawal from the process surfaced online, sparking debates over its authenticity and intent.

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A research intern shared a notice indicating Zomato’s sudden departure after the high-profile offer, igniting a wave of speculation and reactions across social media. Some viewed it as a calculated move, praising the company’s prowess in creating hype, while others condemned it as a questionable marketing tactic, expressing disappointment and disbelief.

The internet erupted with diverse opinions, with users dissecting the incident – some questioning the legitimacy of the colossal salary, others debating whether it was a deliberate publicity stunt by Zomato. Amidst the confusion and amusement, critics slammed the company for what they perceived as a deceitful maneuver, highlighting the potential repercussions on their credibility.

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The viral saga surrounding Zomato’s recruitment antics continues to spark discussions, leaving many pondering whether it was an orchestrated spectacle or an unexpected mishap in their branding endeavors.

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