Students of Mumbai swarm over college where hijab, T-shirt, jeans ban imposed

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"In my opinion, if what we are wearing is not revealing or transparent, and is worn properly, it should be fine," shares a student on the condition of anonymity. She also states that the dress code shouldn't be the highlight of the college, education should be. Talking about the financial burden that comes with purchasing a new set of clothes, the students asks how can they afford such formal clothes. "A dress code directly affects the individuality and freedom of a student," says Nitin Dalvi, an education activist, and calls it "moral policing". He says that the focus should be on education, rather than a dress code. "Implementation of dress code invites anger of students and unnecessary politicisation of the issue," he poignantly points out. "We just want to study at the college. We are living in Mumbai and these rules make no sense to us," says Sameer Chaudhry, a third-year BCom student from the college, says that there is nothing religious about wearing T-shirts and jeans. These opinions came after a notice dated June 27 came into effect this week, starting July 1, stating clearly that students cannot wear any dress which depicts religion or any cultural disparity. Nakab, hijab, burkha, stole, cap, badge and so on "shall be removed by going to common rooms on the ground floor" and then, they can move around the campus. "Torn jeans, T-shirts, Revealing dresses and Jerseys not allowed", notified the college. which was upheld by Bombay High Court on June 26, comes another ban for students of the Chembur Trombay Education Society's NG Acharya and DK Marathe College, Mumbai.
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At Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant's wedding
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In Monsoons. nine hill stations in India to avoid as they are prone to landslides
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UP CM Yogi Adityanath asks private schools to give admission to less- privileged kids
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President appoints Professor Mohammad Shakeel as VC of Jamia Millia Islamia University
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