On Bad Dressing Bahria University will Fined Rs.5000/- to Female Students…!!!
Bahria University is one of the top universities in Pakistan which offers all programs of all fields. As it is one of the most popular universities, many issues also raises in this university. This year the university make an initiative by ordering the same Dress Code for all Female Students in university. An official message by the Director of university has been circulated as the university informed to its female students that they will be fined Rs.5000/- if they wear Jeans, Tights, Trousers or Short Shirts. Now the only acceptable dress code for all female students is Shalwar with a Long Shirt and a Dupatta also. The university made this serious order due to the several unethical observations and with the consent of parents and faculty members. The same dress code for female students would be applied from January 14, 2019 (tomorrow).
If any female student would see in Tights, Trouser, Short Shirt or jeans then she will be fined Rs.5000/- by the Bahria University. Recently, Bahria University also enforced similar discriminatory rules such as asking students to maintain a 6” distance from male students and don’t use the male cafeterias (use Dean’s Cafeteria at the campus). We think the Bahria University want to create an environment which would be better for both genders. The details of this orders are given below, must read all these details and follow this and save yourself from fine of Rs.5000/-.
Wear Proper Dressing & Save Rs.5000
Many issues are raising in the universities where male and female students learn together. Bahria University is also one of those companies where Co-Education is provided to the students. In this regard an order has been circulated by the university’s Director as the same dress code for all female students. The higher authorities decided the same dress code as Shalwar with Long Shirt and Dupatta. If any female students wear jeans, tights, trousers or short shirts then she will be fined Rs.5000/- by the university management. In order to not follow this order the students would pay a heave fine.
Recently Bahria University Islamabad also enforced similar discriminatory rules such as asking students to maintain a 6-inch distance and Separate Cafes for Boys & Girls in the campus.
Now the only acceptable dress code is shalwar with a long shirt and a mandatory dupatta. This rule has been applied due to the several unethical observations. All the faculty members of the university and with the consent of parents this rule has been applied on female students. This new order is applied from tomorrow as January 14, 2019.
Many students don’t like this order and saying that:
- Why doesn’t Bahria University call itself a Madrasah? As it also ordered to maintain the 6 inches gap and now due to this order, the administration makes a mockery of itself by banning jeans, tights, and trousers for girls.
- One more said: Why don’t they just impose shuttlecock Burqa (Abaya)?
- One more said that Not sure whether its university or school?
We don’t know how much this orders would be followed by the female students but if they don’t follow it then they would pay the heavy fine of Rs.5000/-.