Applicant’s photo gets replaced with Bill Gates’ photo on High Court stenographer admit card

Ayushman Jaiswal, a resident of  Varanasi had applied for the post of stenographer in High Court, but was in for a surprise when he tried to download the admit card.

In a bizarre incident, an applicant’s photo got replaced with that of Microsoft founder Bill Gates’ in the admit card for High Court’s stenographer exam. According to a report in Amar Ujala, an applicant’s photo and signature on his admit card for the High Court stenographer exam mysteriously got replaced by the photo and signature of Bill Gates.

Ayushman Jaiswal, a resident of  Varanasi had applied for the post of stenographer in High Court. At the time of filling the application form, he had uploaded his photo and signature. The exam for the High Court stenographer is scheduled to take place on January 21. However, Jaiswal was taken aback when he downloaded his admit card and found out that it had Bill Gates’ photo and signature instead of his own photo and signature.

Thinking that it might be an error he downloaded the admit card again but Bill Gates’ photo and signature was still there. Jaiswal then registered a complaint with concerned authorities on Saturday late in the evening.

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Taking swift action on the complaint, the authorities rectified the problem by allowing him to upload fresh photo and signature.

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