Student Not Allowed To Wear ‘Karah’ In Exam, Minorities’ Body Takes Cognizance

Student Not Allowed To Wear ‘Karah’ In Exam, Minorities’ Body Takes Cognizance

Student Not Allowed To Wear 'Karah' In Exam, Minorities' Body Takes Cognizance

NCM has sought report from Chandigarh Administration and National Testing Agency. (representational)

New Delhi:

The National Commission for Minorities (NCM) on Wednesday took cognizance of a grievance relating to not permitting a candidate to put on “Karah” within the NEET 2021 examination in Chandigarh.

As per the complainant, Bhupinder Singh, his son was not allowed to put on “Karah” in NEET 2021 examination at Government Model School, Sector 19-D, Chandigarh, whereas different college students sporting silver “Karah” had been allowed with tape fixing.

The NCM in a press be aware mentioned, because the incident entails individuals belonging to a minority group, the fee has referred to as for a factual report within the matter from Chandigarh Administration and National Testing Agency who carried out the NEET 2021 examination.

“The NCM fashioned below the NCM Act, 1992, has been, inter-alia, entrusted with the accountability to look into particular complaints relating to deprivation of rights and safeguards of minorities and take up such issues with the suitable authorities,” the discharge learn.

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