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mes spelt differently in marksheets

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT

New Delhi, May 9: Prime Minister rendra Modi's mes are spelt differently in the marksheets accompanying his B.A. and M.A. degrees, with no one seemingly knowing why.

The Statement of Marks issues by the School of Correspondence Courses of Delhi University to Modi on July 17, 1975 for his B.A. (Pass) Part I give his me as "rendra Kumar Damoderdas Modi".

Modi scored a total of 165 out of 400 marks and passed.

The second year marksheet, issued on July 20, 1976, has his me spelt as "rendra Damoderdas Mody". He scored 121 out of 400 marks and was declared failed.

In 1977, according to the marksheet issued on July 26, 1977, "rendra Kumar Damodardas Modi" apparently took both the second and third year's exams. The marksheet shows him "A" (absent) in three of the papers in second year, and overall he is shown to have got 367 out of 1,200 marks and declared failed.

He is med "rendra Kumar Damodar Das Mody" in the marksheet for the supplementary exam he took the same year. Issued on January 12, 1978, he is shown to have 473 out of the 1,200 marks and again declared failed. The marksheet issued on February 17, 1979, mes him "rendra Damoderdas Modi" and gives him an overall 489 out of 1,200 marks. He is declared passed with Third Division. Similarly, the first year M.A. marksheet from Gujarat University has the prime minister's me as "Modi rendraKumar Damoderdas" while the second year marksheet has his me as "Modi rendra Damoderdas". However, the degrees provided by both Delhi University (1979) and Gujarat University (1983) bear the me "rendra Damoderdas Modi".

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