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Admin warns of rustication if boys-girls found together
GDC Baramulla goes 'Taliban way'
8/2/2018 10:52:12 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Aug 2: The Disciplinary Committee of Government Degree College Baramulla has adopted a 'Taliban style' by threatening the students with rustication if boys and girls would be found sitting together.
Moreover, many other dictatorial decisions have been imposed on the students with no democratic space for any discussion or exchange of ideas.
As per the "General Rules of Conduct in College for Students", passed by Discipline Committee of GDC College Baramulla, there are some do's and don'ts for every student.
Uniform has become must for both boys and girls. Boys have been asked to wear black tie and black shoes apart from black trouser and white shirt. Moreover, college identity card with a string must be kept by all students in their neck during their stay in college premises.
The unlawful assembly and sloganeering in college premises is strictly prohibited while as the students have been threatened with legal/disciplinary/administrative action if they would be found misbehaving in the college.
The possession of mobile phones/electronic device, headphone, pager, bluetooth device is strictly prohibited in the college. If anyone student would be found with such electronic device, same would be seized by the Disciplinary Committee and action would be initiated against the student.
Students have been directed not to roam in the college premises during their free time and have been asked to either visit library or reading room. The girls have been directed to take rest in botanical garden/girls garden and the boys in front lawn/canteen lawn.
"Boys and girls are advised not to remain in an objectionable position with each other and in case they are found violating this clause, they shall be straightaway discharged from the college. In all cases the standard of ethics and morality is to be followed in letter and spirit," the clause 8 reads.
The clause 11 reads: "Unnecessary roaming, gathering, sitting on parapets in the corridors of the college building is strictly prohibited. The students are advised to wait for their respective classes in college lawns".
Criticizing the clause 8 and clause 11, the students said that it was introduced only to stop girls and boys speaking in the college premises. "They have asked to remain in their respective notified spaces and roaming or standing in corridors is strictly prohibited. If any boy and girl will be found talking, even then they can be punished under this clause", a student said, adding that it was sheer illogical to say that students could be found in objectionable condition.
There is ambiguity in the clause 10, according to which girl students have been asked not to carry any irrelevant stuff in their bags, otherwise objectionable stuff would be seized by female disciplinary committee after frisking of their bags.
The clause 8 is again ambiguous as it didn't mention about the stuff and by using such clause, the teachers would be allowed to check the bags of all the students, which is totally uncalled for.
The students of the college claimed that there was no student representative in the Disciplinary Committee and it was framed by college principal and they have taken all decisions as per their whims and fancies, which was totally undemocratic and against the laws.
College Principal Prof. F.R Beigh was not available for comment.
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