New Delhi, May 11: One may not believe this, but it is true. Reportedly, Prime minister Narendra modi who is known for his diplomacy knack has lowest score in the subject of 'International Relations'.
Accordin to media reports, Modi scored 48 marks in International Relations', lesser than other subjects during his MA programme from Gujarat University.
It has been revealed that Prime Minister got 60 and above in the remaining subjects of master's programme.
Modi as a student of political science, cleared his MA degree
from Gujarat University in 1981.
As per Gujarat University records, Modi got total 237 marks out of 400 in MA first year. In MA part-2, he got only 262 marks.
When asked about Modi's MA marks, Mahesh Patel who is Vice Chancellor of Gujarat University said, "He received 499 out of 800, or 62.3 percent marks in his MA".
Earlier, the Delhi University said today,
Earlier, seeking to put a lid on the swirling row over Modi's educational qualification, the Delhi University on Monday evening announced that Prime Minister's BA degree is "authentic".
DU registrar Tarun Das said the university has all relevant records of Modi's graduation and downplayed mention of 1979 as the year of his passing out when he had actually cleared his BA a year earlier.
"We have checked our records and it has been authenticated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's degree is authentic. He cleared the examination in 1978 and was awarded the degree in 1979," Das said.
Earlier an AAP delegation led by party leader Ashutosh went to the university seeking details of Modi's degree but authorities refused to meet them, saying there was no prior appointment.