Bahria University has a knack of being in news for its bizarre rules. Previously, it became a laughing stock due to its idiotic notification of a 6-inch gap between opposite genders. Adding a feather to its cap, it came up with the most brilliant rule to prevent females from using the campus cafeterias.
Well, this is still not the end! In the newly issued notification, Bahria University ordered gender segregation in classrooms as well as group projects.
#BahriaUniversity orders gender segregation in classrooms, group projects
— Geo English (@geonews_english) September 14, 2019
Gender segregation is not the only problematic thing that Bahria University has to offer. The notification also states that the time table of students would be designed in such a manner to prevent them from having a recess. In addition, the academic load would also be increased!
If you dont believe me, take a look at the notification yourself.
Okay, so it’s a co-ed university, but it is ordering for gender segregation, even in group projects. Secondly, it denies students even the harmless recess period and limits their movement. And thirdly, it wants to increase the academic load for NO APPARENT REASON AT ALL?
Pakistanis are totally losing their shit over this.
This is so ludicrous that on the first read, I actually thought its fake. No gaps, increased workload, segregation, identification of weak students…. Matlab kia yar! Is this a university or a radicalization camp?
— Bourne Stupidity (@BourneStupidity) September 12, 2019
Something is seriously wrong with the administration.
On one hand they allow the co-ed and on other hand they don't want them to sit together. Don't put these useless barriers on those students who are there to study. If you really want them to separate make a separate university for both.
— Asfand Ali (@asfandali100) September 14, 2019
What are they preparing students for, exactly?
How are we going to prepare men and women to accept each other at work places? The IQ of this nation is seriously questionable.
— Tanya (@NidaHaider1) September 14, 2019
Yep, back to olden times, it seems.
Welcome to Stone Age !!
— Qaiser Elahi (@qaiser_elahi) September 14, 2019
Such regressive policies can never benefit the students and the university. What is your take on this issue?
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