Three college students of Udupi faculty ‘denied entry’ to attend sensible exams

Three college students of the federal government girls’s PU faculty in Udupi had been allegedly denied entry to attend sensible examinations on Monday. Among the many six college students who’ve approached the Karnataka Excessive Court docket over the hijab row, three are learning within the science stream in Class 12.

Talking to The Indian Categorical, one of many college students who was denied entry mentioned, “I went to college to submit my practical record book and to attend the physics practical exam, but the lecturer told me that she will accept the book only if I remove my hijab. Then she sent me to the principal’s chamber where he threatened to file a police complaint.”

“The practical examination, including internals, is for 30 marks and the written examination will be for 70 marks. If we do not attend practicals, it means we will be ineligible to attend the written examinations,” she added.

The excessive courtroom is listening to a batch of petitions filed by college students from authorities PU faculties in Udupi over restrictions on carrying the hijab in lecture rooms.

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