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PATNA: In a surprising turn of events, Lord Ganesha has been issued an admit card by a university in Bihar and if everything goes smooth then he will write the examination on behalf of an undergraduate commerce student.

The Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMU) in Darbhanga district 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.

According to the controller of the exam of the university, the mistake was not made at their end; rather it was at the fault of the cyber cafe where the student had gone to submit his examination form online.

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

LNMU is among the 16 state-run universities in Bihar. It has 25 affiliated colleges and 43 constituent colleges under it.

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