Denied authorization to take Karnataka II PUC tests wearing hijab, two understudies leave

Karnataka Education Minister BC Nagesh had before declared that the understudies wearing hijab won’t be permitted to compose the II PUC assessments.

Bengaluru: Two Muslim young lady understudies on Friday intentionally left the test community after they were denied authorization by the specialists to show up in the II PUC (Class 12) assessments in Karnataka wearing a hijab.

As per Zee Media reports, the occurrence occurred at Vidyodaya PU College in Udupi. Around 6.84 lakh understudies today showed up in the II PUC (Class 12) assessments in Karnataka in the midst of tight security. The hijab-clad understudies were told to eliminate it at the entry and go to the assessment.

Karnataka Education Minister BC Nagesh had before reported that the understudies wearing hijab won’t be permitted to compose the II PUC assessments. The staff individuals have likewise been confined to wear a hijab during the tests.

After effectively directing SSLC (class 10) tests in the midst of the hijab discussion, the Karnataka government is holding pivotal II PUC assessments from Thursday to May 18.

The understudies have been prohibited from taking mobiles inside test lobbies. The bosses are allowed to convey an essential set without a camera. Playing it safe, the state instruction division had looked for the police security cover for all assessment communities and all test works will be done in police ”bandobust”. The 200-meter zone encompassing the test place is pronounced a disallowed zone.

In front of the tests, previous Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy hoped everything would turn out great for all understudies of karma. He further prompted that nothing is a higher priority than life. “Try not to cause problems over the course of life by dismissing tests, let a splendid future be your’s,” he said, by implication alluding to the hijab emergency.

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