Will name corrections on documents create problems for MPSC, UPSC document verification?
Planning to make name corrections on various academic and personal documents? Check from the expert answers below if this would raise issues with verifying documents for the MPSC or UPSC exams.
My correct name is BINWADE NILESH BALASAHEB.
1) The name on 10th, 12th, engineering results, PAN card, Aadhaar card, Driving licence, school and college certificates, Domicile and MPSC registration account is BINAWADE NILESH BALASO.
2) The name on the cast validity and caste certificate, Non-creamy layer is BINAWDE NILESH BALASO.
3) The name on the ration card is BINWADE NILESH BALASAHEB but it is in Marathi language.
I am making a gazette notification that name of BINWADE NILESH BALASAHEB Is incorrect name and BINAWADE NILESH BALASO Is correct name because I have a more proof of the BINAWADE NILESH BALASO name. On the other hand, I do not have any proof of my correct name because the name on 10th and the 12th result is incorrect as BINAWADE NILESH BALASO and when I am submitting a 10th result as a proof it is required to type the name which is on the 10th exam result for matching of the name.
I would like to know if making the notification will create a problem during MPSC or UPSC exam documents’ verification process.
Note that the name on my father’s documents and brother’s documents is correct. By using brother’s documents as proof can I change my name on every document or should I continue with the mistake. Is it possible to correct my name by using family documents?