Fifteen minutes after the exam began, she was asked to remove her hijab to continue her exams.She was told that as per the instructions, she was supposed to write the exams without a hijab.
Ten minutes into the exam, however, an examiner asked Shabana to remove her hijab claiming that as per instructions she had to remove it.
The incident followed a division between Hindu and Muslim students of the Koroimura Higher Secondary School over wearing head scarf by minority community girls.
Some women students of Government Medical College in Thiruvananthapuram have sought permission to wear attire in line with their religious dress code inside operation theatres.
The ruling is likely to refuel the lingering debate on secularism — still volatile more than a century after the 1905 law on separation of church and state...
The constitutional council said that sporting bodies can 'impose a neutrality requirement on their players in competitions and sporting events, to guarantee the smooth running of matches.'
The Council of State issued its ruling after a collective of headscarf-wearing soccer players called "Les Hijabeuses" campaigned against the ban and launched legal action.
Medicos from Kerala College seek permission to wear hijab, long-sleeve scrubs inside operation theatre
Hijab-wearing Muslims have a difficult time finding a balance between donning compliant religious attire and maintaining modesty while obeying hospital and operation room regulations, they said.
The main argument of the Muslim girl students was that wearing hijab is a part of essential religious practice of Islam.
A time of three days had been given to the school in the notice issued by the local municipality, which expired at 3 pm on Tuesday, thus paving the passage for the anti-encroachment drive.
BJP's Damoh district vice president Amit Bajaj had claimed responsibility for the ink attack on the DEO.