Please check the advert for the Government job. IF IT STATES THAT ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA IS 60% OR 1ST DIVISION, then you are safe as you have neither altered facts, nor have you given false information.
IF IT STATES THAT ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA IS 60% ONLY, then you can potentially be in a difficult situation. Most of the government jobs, bank jobs, public service commission jobs are all highly sought after posts with many thousands of applicants. The committee often cannot go soft and accept all applications close to 60%. On technical grounds, you were selected for the written exams based on 60% not 59.84%.
Such tricky situations arise when the marks sheet shows the true figure to the decimal and the University degree certificate shows the class printed ( I class or II class). If you have both these documents as original and valid, then all you can do is submit them at document verification and explain that since you have a valid university certificate saying 1 class or 1 division you've entered your marks as 60%. Since you have already reached the document verification date, don't try any short cuts or hide facts, please be frank and show all the relevant documents and hope that they consider your point.