Proper documentation is a must in government sector jobs. In this case, when a candidates' domicile and education differs, the recruiters seriously asks about all verifications.
For example, in Odisha if you're attending any government interview, you need to pass the middle primary (i.e. 7th class) education with Odia as a subject. Otherwise, you're not eligible for state government jobs. After 8th class, you may have passed the matriculation / intermediate / degree / diploma from any other state or board, it doesn't matters.
Recently I've seen there is an exemption of non-Odia passed candidates by writing a Odia test to qualify or secure their jobs in Odisha.
If your documents are not matching properly, you need to make them as per your states' documents. Suppose you're appearing in Maharashtra jobs; then make all the documents correction or affidavit as per it. However, educational documents like board certificates, mark sheets are unchangeable and you need to produce your father's transfer documents, apply for name correction if required, or if anything couldn't happen then go for affidavit and self notification in newspapers.
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