Kerala high court Dismisses CBSE appeal in opposition to Order allowing Hijab


Kerala High Court Dismisses CBSE Appeal Against Order Allowing Hijab
KOCHI: The Kerala excessive court on Friday dismissed an attraction filed by the critical Board of Secondary education hard its unmarried choose’s order granting permission to Muslim women to wear the ‘Hijab’, a standard religious get dressed, while performing for All India Pre-clinical test-2016.

A department bench, comprising Justice PN Ravindran and Justice Sunil Thomas, determined that no ground were made out to intervene with the April 26 order of the single judge.

It in addition said the CBSE in principle has widespread the ruling of the unmarried judge in its April 26 memorandum wherein it directed the applicants wearing hijab to seem for the test at 8.30 am.

In his order, Justice Muhammed Mushtaq had accredited all candidates who, based totally at the non secular practice, want to wear scarf and complete-sleeved get dressed to seem for the test however on condition that they be present on the corridor an hour earlier than the exam for frisking, if necessary, by way of ladies invigilators.

In its enchantment, the CBSE said the unmarried decide had overlooked the chance of tens of millions of college students being tormented by its direction, particularly in view of the reality that arrangements for the behavior of exam had been completed.

The CBSE had contended that because the judgement creates necessity for additional girls invigilators, it might find conduct of the examination with such extra ladies invigilators trained to “honour spiritual sentiments” extraordinarily cumbersome, unmanageable and unworkable at this “extraordinarily belated stage”.

The single choose had said that the CBSE dress code shall now not be enforced in opposition to the applicants who, by means of the distinctive feature of Article 25 of the constitution, are protected with reference to carrying such dress as prescribed within the injunctions in their religion.

The order turned into issued on a petition by using one Amnah Bint Basheer, tough the dress code prescribed for the candidates via CBSE within the bulletin relating to conduct of AIPMET-2016.

Written by Srijita