You did not mention that which is the correct spelling, but based on your information here are few suggestions.
Regarding your certificate spelling mistake, you may have two options.
1] Correct The Original Certificate from University:
You may contact to your university to update the certificate with proper spelling by providing your identity card - in which the correct spelling is used, such as, PAN, AADHAR etc and request the university chancellor to correct the spelling for your future requirements.
If you find difficulties in Step#1 mentioned above, then you may need to do affidavit on a required amount stamp paper (in most cases require stamp paper Rs 100/- for affidavit, but confirm with your stamp vendor) mentioning that the person "Your (Misspelled Name) & "Your Actual Name" with proper spelling is SAME.
You may also have other option to change your name as per your certificate if you want to, but make sure what is your requirement and what purpose you are using the certificates.
The spelling mistake may have occurred due to typo mistake OR the existing name is carry forward IN ENGLISH from your School admission which had used by school registrar.
You may also provide the necessary proof of the father name such as domicile.
So, you may do the needful which is necessary for you.