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Patna: Magadh Mahila College bans jeans, Patiala suits
Patna: Magadh Mahila College bans jeans, Patiala suits
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Patna: Magadh Mahila College bans jeans, Patiala suits
principal says 'Hindu girls wore embarrassing dresses'
Times Now 2017-12-06 23:49:59
Patna: Magadh Mahila College bans jeans, Patiala suits; principal says 'Hindu girls wore embarrassing dresses'
Patna: The Magadh Mahila College in Patna has banned the students from wearing jeans and Patiala suits in campus and has disallowed the usage of mobile phones in classrooms, news agency ANI.
The dress code will be implemented from January 2018, the agency reported.
Defending the administration’s decision, college principal Shashi Sharma said that the girls had requested for the dress code to be implemented “as there was social disparity here”.
In a controversial statement, she further said, “Muslim girls don't wear jeans so they never objected. Dresses worn by Hindu girls were embarrassing.”
She even give a bizarre reason behind the dress code move, stating that their college valued its traditional outlook and was “not a modern college”.
There's mobile-free zone where phones can be used, not in classrooms.
“Ours isn't a modern college that it can take such modernity. We think traditionally & are miles away from modernity. It'll take us 50 years to reach there,” Sharma said.
The principal also justified the ban on usage of mobile phones in classrooms, saying that there was a “mobile- free zone” in the campus premises where mobile phones can be used.
Meanwhile, Laila Qazmi, student of the college said that while the ban on jeans was an old rule, the restriction on mobile phones was also already in place.
“Girls never objected to dress code, in fact they requested for it in first place. Uniformity will remove differences among girls. Phones can be used in mobile free zones,” Qazmi said.
According to the new circular issued by the college administration, the usage of mobile phones inside the campus was “strictly prohibited” and a student violating the rule will be fined a sum of Rs 1000, the Indian Express reported.
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