Tight Jeans and Short tops Banned in Indian Women’s College


Tight Jeans and Short tops Banned in a women’s college in North Kerala. The uniform will be introduced for the students instead.

The new dress code, being shalwar, chooridaar pyjama and an overcoat, will be introduced from 8th of July in the female’s college run by the Muslim Educational Society (MES) at Nadakkavu in Kozhikode, when the new academic session start for the first year student.

The Muslim students have been permitted to wear a headscarf too.The College Principal Professor, B Seethalakshmi, reported, “The dress code had to implemented because some students were seen coming to the college clad in tight jeans and short tops.”

While improvising on the issue to the Press Trust of India, she told, “We cannot allow in on the premises.”The Principal elaborated that the senior students were not bound to wear the new uniform but would have to dress up in similar clothes for the college.

She further informed that the students will have to wear an overcoat instead of shawl. She proudly informed the press that about 50{c8e7245b8ab68c565aad156e68e78729a90ed3dd91ad3177b3c5a92377d109db} of the students were supportive of the management’s decision of introducing uniforms.

Additionally, she enlightened that parents of 40{c8e7245b8ab68c565aad156e68e78729a90ed3dd91ad3177b3c5a92377d109db} of the students, belonging to poor families, are approbative of the new dress code.

Moreover, Fasal Gafoor, the MES state, told that the uniform will be applicable to all once it is introduced.Gafoor’s contradictory statement the previous year about face veil for Muslim females being ‘unIslamic’ had created a fuss.

He clarified that the ‘niqaab’ part of the pardah had been initiated by the West as its extended use protected the skin from sunlight, hence keeping the Muslim women deprived of Vitamin D.

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