Bangalore Christ College applies stringent rules to students

Bangalore Christ College applies stringent rules to students

The Christ College in Bangalore is known for having some of the harshest rules for students. The infamous constraints like 85% attendance, strict dress code, etc., have been a concern for students for years. To protest against this regulation, students went on a silent protest on July 29.

But recently, the college also fired its professor when he raised his voice about the autocratic rules of the college. He openly supported a student whose blog ‘Dear Christ College, I cannot fly went viral.’ The professor’s support was not received well by the administration, and he was sacked for it.

Around 250 students, all dressed in black, came together on Friday to hold 50-minute silent protests against the dictatorial rule of the college. It was not only this issue before this. A second-year BSC student named Sumedha Biswas was agitated that the university did not give a holiday in the three-day bus strike in the city.

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She told the student that it is nearly impossible to travel for students who stay far away from the campus in scenarios like this. Students who stayed far from the campus could not make it to the classes, and because of that, they lost their attendance.

For students worldwide, college is the world of having fun, dressing well, and having the best time in their life. But for students of this university, it is clearly the opposite. They have not yet started what freedom feels like.

Here are the rules of the college

There is a strict dress code on the campus where the men are ordered to dress in shirts and trousers with belts, and women are asked to wear knee-length kurtas, cotton churidar, or salwar with a dupatta on campus.

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Even there is bandh in the entire state, and classes will still be on campus. Students who stay within 3 Km are ordered to attend all the classes.

It is advised to the student not to hoot, clap or cheer loudly in the auditorium. If caught in the act, they are asked to summon the dean.

A fine is imposed on students who are late for sports practice, and a higher penalty is imposed if they do not attend the session.

Only one holiday is given to hostelers in a semester, and that to if the formal letter is sent from the parent’s side. Also, hostelers whose attendance is short by 855 are asked to leave the hostel.

Since food is not served inside the hostel so hostlers can go out to have dinner from 8:15 pm to 9:15 pm, and if they are late, they will have to pay a fine.

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If that was not, students who are late for the class would only be allowed to enter if the security guard allows it.

What is more surprising is the students have no one to complain to. The administration also elects the student council, so the helpless students are left with nowhere to go.

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