In India, names differ from state to state or region to region like East, West, North and south. Every region and caste have their own format that they follow while naming their children. In this 21st digital century, we find it very difficult to verify ourself as we don't have a common format that we follow in our names and this creates confusion and complication while filling official forms.
In the western part of India, a person has three names. The first one is of the person, the second one is his/her father's name and the third is the family name. For example, Atul Omprakash Bhosale, Atul is his name, Omprakash his father's name and Bhosale is the family name.
In the Northern part of India, a person's very often has two names, the first is his/her name, and the second is the family name. For example, KushiKumari Gupta, KushiKumari is her name and Gupta is the family name.
In South India, a person has three/four names and often the first two names are put as initials. The first is their village, the second is the father's name, the third is the individual's name and the fourth represents their caste. For example, K.J. Filatus where K stands for Kattiparambil (Village Name), J stands for Joseph (father's name) and Filatus is the person's name. Being a catholic, he does not have the fourth name that denotes the caste.
You can also go through the links for more clarification:
1. What is the difference between first name, middle name and last name
2. Name format problem in HS mark sheet
3. Name correction in my SSC and HSC marksheet from Gujarat Board
Q: Is there any issue in future?
A: Yes, you may face issues in the future as the name in different in your certificate and thus it is good to follow a common format while applying for any documents. As of now, you can make the changes only in your 10th certificate. But, as per the formate mentioned in your 10th standard certificate, it is the international format that is followed everywhere i.e. Surname-Name-Father's name. If you are able to follow this pattern, you will not have any issues in future. But, if you want to follow the name mentioned in you HSC or 12th certificate then kindly change your marksheet details of your 10th standard. This will help you to have a coom format and will not have problem in the long run. Also try to keep a single formate for filling any documents and follow the pattern of your 12th standard.
You can also go through the attachment which is a guide to names and naming practices produced by the United Kingdom of aid in 2006 or from the link: https://www.fbiic.gov/public/2008/nov/Naming_practice_guide_UK_2006.pdf.