Bihar University Issues Admit Card To Lord Ganesha For Commerce Examination

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If we trust the admit card downloaded from the website of a University in Bihar is anything to go by, Lord Ganesha was to write the examination on behalf of a Commerce undergraduate.

Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMU) in Darbhanga district, 145 km north-east of Patna, issued the admit card bearing the photograph and signature of the Hindu deity to Krishna Kumar Roy,a first-year BCom (Hons) student of JN College,Nehera.

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“I had to submit relevant papers and make several rounds of my college for the past one month because of my faulty admit card,” Roy told Hindustan Times.

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“Jab mera photo ke jagah bhagwan ka photo aa raha hai aur signature bhi unhi ka ho raha hai to university to bhagwan ke bharose chal raha hai” he added.

 The university as usual denied any wrongdoing on their part.
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“The mistake was not at our end but that of the cyber café where the student had gone to submit his examination form online. At our university, all examination forms have to be submitted online,” LNMU registrar Mustafa Kamal Ansari told the Hindustan Times.

The registrar confirmed that the fault has been rectified and the student will be allowed to appear in the exam.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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