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Aspirants being checked by officials before enter in examination centre for appear in NEET in Bhopal on Sunday. A candidate at Kunhimangalam in Kannur, Kerala said, “It was harrowing as I had to remove my top inner wear when the metal detector beeped.” When she came at 8.15 a.m., she had to change her black pants, as dark colours were not allowed. When she returned with new clothes, only 10 minutes remained. The innerwear check was the next hurdle

Four teachers of a school at Kunhimangalam in Kannur, Kerala, were suspended pending inquiry into an alleged incident of removal of inner wear of a student before she appeared for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) on May 7.

Officials of the TISK English Medium School at Kovvappuram in Kunhimangalam said the teachers allegedly responsible for the incident on Sunday morning were suspended by the school management for one month. Teachers Sheeja, Shafeena, Bindu and Shahina were in charge of enforcing the dress code of the aspirants who appeared for the examination.






The alleged incident was widely condemned by student organisations and political leaders. A student who appeared for the examination had alleged that she was asked to remove her brassiere before she was allowed to enter the examination hall set up at the school. There were also incidents of the examination officials asking girl students to change their clothes as part of enforcing the dress code.

The Students Federation of India (SFI) staged a march to the school on Tuesday to protest against the humiliation faced by students before they entered the examination hall. The Kerala State Human Rights Commission has initiated an inquiry into the incident.
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