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Will not get admission in class wearing hijab, Mangalore University’s decision

Bengaluru: Amid the continued hijab-burqa controversy in Karnataka, Mangalore University Faculty has withdrawn its choice to permit Muslim woman college students to attend class in hijab. Nonetheless, the faculty administration has mentioned that woman college students who’re adamant on sporting the hijab needs to be helped to get admission in different establishments the place there isn’t any uniform or the place sporting of hijab is allowed. The faculty administration had strongly opposed permitting college students to put on hijab at school.

Towards this choice of the faculty administration, the scholars staged a sit-in on the campus and protested. The scholars mentioned that the faculty administration was violating the order of the Karnataka Excessive Courtroom by permitting Muslim woman college students to put on hijab at school. Seeing huge protests, the faculty administration withdrew the choice, saying the Karnataka Excessive Courtroom order upholding the hijab ban in pre-university faculties would additionally apply to diploma faculties and therefore spiritual costume was not allowed inside lecture rooms. Will probably be

Professor Subrahmanya Yadadita, VC of the faculty mentioned, "Our college initially allowed girls to wear headscarfs matching the color of the uniform, but in view of the order of the Karnataka High Court, after a meeting with the chairman of the CDC (College Development). Council) and Mangalore South MLA Vedavyasa Kamath and members of the syndicate, it has been decided that religious dress will not be allowed inside the classrooms."

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