Yet another Pakistani University calls for female and male students separation in class rooms
ISLAMABAD - Yet another Pakistani University calls for female and male students separation in class rooms.
Bahria University has ordered segregation of male and female students in classes, according to a notification issued by the university registrar dated August 30.
The notification directs varsity authorities to arrange separate leisure visits for male and female students, and to discourage the formation of groups for academic work with both male and female members.
The bizarre notification does not end there, but also wants the university administration to minimize the movement of students from one building to another in the university.
In order to achieve that, the university has decided to abolish breaks available to students between classes. A directive to increase the academic workload of students has also been issued to staff.