- The absurd act of the exam center was expressed in Kerala
- Underwear of girl students removed in the name of austerity
- Center for Struggle with Girl Students to Wear the Hijab Even in Kota
NEET exam: A shocking news has come out of Kollam, Kerala. The NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) exam is conducted here. During this time, in the name of austerity at the Kollam Exam Center, even girls’ underwear was taken off. Now the family members of the girl students have reported a case to the police about this. However, the Mortham Institute of Information Technology, Kollam, rejected the students’ claims. On the basis of FIR registered on the relatives’ complaint, the police have started investigating the case.
Controversy over hijab also in Kota
At the same time, during the NEET exam in Kota, Rajasthan, there was a quarrel between the exam center and girl students. In fact, four Muslim girl students wearing hijab reached Kota’s Modi College Center to provide paperwork. These girl students were stopped by the police at the gate to the college itself. During this, the police explained them and quoted the dress code, but girl students refused to remove the hijab. During this, the family members of the girl students were also steeped in the hijab. It was then taken from her in writing that she herself would be responsible for any decision regarding the exam.
The rules of dress code are very strict in the exam
It is noteworthy that according to the exam rules, it is forbidden for students to wear full-sleeved clothes during the exam. If the student does this, he is, after cutting the sleeve, allowed to go to the exam. Not only this, during this time the coil, earring, watch or any other thing is taken off and stored. This time, however, it happened for the first time in Kota, when two girl students wrapped their faces and went into the exam hall. He was thoroughly searched before entering.
Strictness at exam center
During this, ASI told Geeta Devi that the police had tightened the security measures outside the gate of the exam center. Some of these students wore full-sleeved clothes, after which they were sent inside after having their sleeves cut off. Those who wore the hijab had them on their side. Only the girl students had to come inside when orders came from inside. Geeta Devi said a separate team from the organization was engaged to conduct searches inside the center.