Muslim girls wearing hijab not allowed to write SSLC exam in Karnataka

Bengaluru, 29/3:A similar scene was witnessed in a government school in Ilkal town of Bagalkote district where Muslim students were denied entry to write the SSLC board exams. Credit: DH Photo

A few Muslim girls who wished to appear for their Class 10 board examination wearing hijab were denied entry in Karnataka on Monday citing the recent High Court verdict.


However, a majority of Muslim students chose to write the exam without hijab, saying that the exam was more important for them than wearing the headscarf in exam halls, sources said.


Authorities of an exam center in a school in Hubballi sent back Muslim girls, who came to write exams sporting the hijab.

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