KEA Exam 2023: The fight regarding KEA Recruitment Exam 2023 of Karnataka Examination Authority does not seem to be stopping. This time, while on one hand the authority is showing strictness regarding the dress code, on the other hand there is resentment and dissatisfaction among the particular community due to not being allowed to cover the head. In the guidelines issued by KEA for the exam, there was no explicit prohibition on wearing hijab, but it was prohibited from covering the head to wearing clothes with full sleeves. This was said to avoid copying but opposition to these rules started.
what is the whole matter
Let us tell you that KEA Exam 2023 will be conducted on 18 and 19 November 2023. For this, the Examination Authority has issued everything from dress code to guidelines. No one had any problem with the rest of the rules, but candidates from many communities got angry over the issue of not covering the head. However, now this order has been withdrawn.
What are the rules of Mangalsutra and Bichhiya
Let us tell you that in the Karnataka Public Service Exam, a woman was asked to remove her mangalsutra, after which Hindu groups protested fiercely. In view of this, this time women have been allowed to wear only Mangalsutra and Bichiya in the name of jewellery.
What is the matter regarding hijab?
Recently, the Karnataka government had given permission to wear hijab, but then many complaints were received in which it was found that many candidates used Bluetooth inside the hijab. An investigation was conducted in this regard where information was found about the use of Bluetooth by the candidates at two centres.
What are the bans this time?
After the protest against ban on Hijab, it has been allowed but such candidates will have to reach the center a little before time. In such a situation, she will be thoroughly searched and only after that she will be able to take the exam.
Along with this, wearing high heel shoes, jeans, t-shirt is prohibited this time in the exam. Male candidates can wear only half shirt and which should not be tucked into the trouser. Zip pockets, big pockets, big buttons, embroidered clothes are also not allowed. Do not wear shoes, do not wear kurta pajama.
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