Bihar student scores 151 out of 100 in university exam, another promoted despite zero

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Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMW) student in Bihar scores 151 out of 100 in political science exam

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Bihar: In a strange college oversight, a bachelor’s student from the public Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMU) in Darbhanga district of Bihar scored 151 out of 100 points in an exam.
The undergraduate student scored 151% on his political science exam during the university’s “exam part 2”.

“I was really surprised to see the results. Although it was a provisional score sheet, the authorities should have checked it before releasing the result,” he told PTI.

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But he wasn’t the only one with a glaring discrepancy in his result.

A B.Com student failed to score on his accounting and finance exam and yet was promoted to the next semester.

“The university admitted it was a typing error and they gave me a revised grade sheet,” the student said.

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Bihar University Registrar Mushtaq Ahmed echoed the administration’s official stance on the matter.

“After correcting the typographical errors, both students received new grade sheets. They were just typographical errors, nothing more,” he claimed.

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