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The Madras high court has declared that salwar kameez is decent wear.
The college management claims the saree only dress code was introduced “to instil and maintain discipline, dignity, and decorum among the internees.”
Kamalam, a homeopathy internee, to wear saree during her internship at Venkateswara Homeopathic Medical College here. Saying that she was not used to wearing sarees, she wanted to be allowed to wear churidhar. When the management did not relent, she issued a legal notice and approached the National Commission for Women. She then filed the present writ petition. The college claimed that the saree-only dress code was introduced only “to instil and maintain discipline, dignity and decorum among the internees”.
Students and teachers in Kanpur women colleges better watch out their attire as the authorities of several institutes have barred them from wearing jeans, sleeveless blouses, danglers and high heels in the campuses.
This decision was taken to put a check on eve-teasing and ensuring discipline, according to the college principals.
"Banning any clothing will certainly never solve the issue of sexual harassment," said Uzma, a graduate student from Lucknow University who declined to give her full name.
"The state government has not imposed any ban on wearing of jeans by girls. No dress code has been issued by the government in this regard," Secretary Higher Education Kamran Rizvi told reporters here.
The Uttar Pradesh government has slammed the impromptu decision by the State Principals’ Council of aided post graduate degree colleges to ban girl students from wearing jeans on campus.