Class 12th scores are no longer just important for future prospects, but can also impact one’s ability to secure an apartment in Bengaluru. A potential tenant was initially accepted by a landlord, but later rejected due to his Class 12 exam marks.
Although it may seem unlikely, a social media user recently shared screenshots of a conversation with their broker regarding a rental property.
The broker initially informed the user that their application had been approved by the landlord, but then requested additional documentation such as the tenant’s LinkedIn/Twitter profile, a company joining certificate, and Class 10 and 12 mark sheets, as well as government-issued identification like Aadhaar and PAN card. Additionally, the landlord requested a 150-200 word write-up about the tenant.
The tenant provided all the requested information to the broker, but was informed that the landlord rejected his application due to only securing 75% marks in Class 12 instead of the 90% that was expected. The tenant’s name was not revealed, but a social media user shared the conversation screenshots on social media.
"Marks don't decide your future, but it definitely decides whether you get a flat in banglore or not" pic.twitter.com/L0a9Sjms6d
— Shubh (@kadaipaneeeer) April 27, 2023