Bahria University tops the list of those universities that are under spotlight every now and then for its weird policies.
For instance, keeping a minimum 6-inch difference between male and female students while sitting or standing. The justified it by saying that “touching of males and females is forbidden”.
The whole world was surprised at this and people grilled the administration for that policy so much that they had to undo it.
Not just that but Bahria administration gives a new dress code after every few months. Literally!
And now once again, Bahria University has issued latest instructions for the students about the new dress code and students are really angry.
Better safe than sorry? Matlab kay yaar kuch bhi?
Girls are really upset about the new dress code.
I don't know what kind of institution you are where you think that short Kurtis of girls cause immoral activities. Instead of preparing them for a non-segragated professional life, why don't you just make two separate wings already? Bahria Uni is the Shittiest university in Pak
— 🍁 (@Fay_Alif) January 11, 2019
Burqa ki he kami reh gayi hai bas ab.
What’s the deal with trousers????? Baqi sub chalu samajh mein aata hai lekin trousers ka kia kasur hai bhaiiii
— Hurr (@HurrNotHoor) January 12, 2019
Honestly, shalwars were replaced by trousers long ago. Lots of women don’t even know shalwars anymore lol
Dafuq do they even mean by ‘better safe than sorry’!???
— Fatima. (@gulaabjaamun) January 11, 2019
Somebody, please explain?
I hope the same but having gone through this system myself I know this protest won't bear fruit unless backed by some strong support. Bahria is a shitfest
— 🍁 (@Fay_Alif) January 11, 2019
Time to change university maybe?
I didn’t know my legs were THAT sexy. Some really hairy legs fetish going on here I tell ya.
— Azfar Wasim (@azfar_wasim) January 12, 2019
On the other hand, boys are lauding the decision.
That’s a really good and appreciable step. Those who don’t like can leave and join another institution. There has to be a difference between university and fashion show, and I fact, heera mandi.
— Abdullah Ansari (@ChangingTrendz) January 12, 2019
Bhai aap bhi isi heera mandi mein parhtay hain?
This is sad. How about they let the girls decide what is best for them to keep themselves safe? I understand having a basic dress code because it is used all over the world, but imposing religious/cultural attires is wrong.
— Mishal (@HiTweeties) January 12, 2019
This is how old Bahria students are recalling their times.
Bahria uni protest – 2010. I nearly got myself terminated from the university due to these protest.
— Arslan Mehmood (@Ch_A_M_Wahla) January 12, 2019
Aap sahi ho. Lekin inko kaisay sahi karain pooray maashray ko? I have witnessed a guy harassing a college girl on a bus stop and then end up running on his motor bike. Baat itni si hai zehno pe kaam krne ki zaroorat hai libaas pe nahi.
— Faraz (@4azee) January 11, 2019
Point toh hai bhai!
while that may have been tolerable if the same restrictions were applied to the boys of the university, the accusatory tone used in the notice as well as the implication that somehow the lack of ‘shalwar and dupatta’ is what causes”unethical observations” is downright repulsive
— Mishal Sheikh (@MishalSheikh9) January 12, 2019
Uncle jee! Apkay zamany mein maslay aur thay
They should have said from tomorrow wear uniforms instead of applying this rule… Baat samjh ati the but saying this…:-/
— Chikoo Rumsha 🙃🤭 (@safaiidladdu) January 12, 2019
Bohat he ajeeb policy hai bhai.
Mannnn just when I thought uni couldn’t get any crappier 😤. They can just go ahead and make it an all boys university if the sheer existence of girls bother them so much
— Mahnoor (@issacutelamp) January 12, 2019
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