UGC-NET exam Not for Religion
NTA National Testing Agency, which conducts the examination, said, “There are official guidelines, but religious sentiments shouldn’t be hurt.”
The Islamic headdress has Prepared to be frisked privately; however, the police did not let keep her Hijab on. “They asked me to take my Hijab, despite me telling them that they could frisk me privately. I asked them to reveal that the guidelines, yet I was not permitted to write the exam.”
While she had been standing in the queue to put in her evaluation Dr. Amirul Hasan Ansari, Hall in Panaji, the authorities found that she asked her to remove her Hijab. Been in the news with a different woman in Goa being barred from looking for the NET exam a week.
24-year-old Safina Khan, An official from the student, claimed she was requested to take off her Hijab off when she reached the center for the UGC-NET exam in Delhi’s Rohini.
Honorary director and professor, Jamia Millia Islamia, said he has written into the UGC in this respect.
I have shown all of my identities. Yet, they ordered that I remove my Hijab, then sit for the exam. I cannot do that since this is my religion; I cannot eliminate it. I requested them to let me, but they didn’t let me.”
Twitter, Khan wrote,”It clearly says in Constitution that we are free to adhere to any religion nevertheless these chauvinistic government servant did not allow me to look in my UGC NET EXAMINATION December 20, 2018 exam because I was convincing them to let I cover my head and it is within my faith.”
She added, “I Soudagar refused to sit the examination because she had been wearing a hijab on He hijab , a sort of veil Khan stated that she had been “I went to the NET Exam last week in Rohini. I attained the examination center but did not get the consent to sit for the exam, and the reason was Hijab. The invigilators didn’t allow me to sit for the examination. I requested the senior officials were not allowed.