Bra ban ahead of Chinese exam

Bra ban ahead of Chinese exam

There are 10 comments on the Suria story from Jun 6, 2013, titled Bra ban ahead of Chinese exam. In it, Suria reports that:

More than nine million students packed exam halls across China for the opening day of the country's university entrance exam on Friday -- with attempts to stop cheating even leading to bans on metal bra clasps.

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d-j-w

Colchester, UK

#1 Jun 7, 2013
Did China appoint Maltamom as their head of school security? Or is Phil determined not to let their metal bra clasp- Line Dazzle- under their see through white blouses!
d-j-w

Colchester, UK

#2 Jun 7, 2013
Lets end this lack of clothing fascism I hold Molly and Phil-ia jointly and severally liable, no student should be forced to take an exam barefoot or topless. We had an incident last year in the UK where a pupil turned up on his last day in trainers the school tried to make him sit barefoot but he stood his ground and refused to take the exam.

No girl should be forced to take an exam without a bra and no boy should be forced to remove his boxer shorts.

It is worse in India where Linedazzle is Viceroy!http://www.hindustanti mes.com/India-news/Bhopal/Afte r-bare-chested-students-now-ma de-to-take-board-exams-barefoo t/Article1-1026245.aspx

Just a few days back, the government school at Sagore town in Dhar district (about 35 km from Indore) made male students strip to their basics before allowing them to sit for their board exams. On Tuesday, school authorities at several centres for MP Board exam in the city asked students to remove their footwear before entering the examination hall.

The step, ostensibly, was taken to prevent cheating as the schools apprehended that students hide chits in shoes and socks. "This is an order from the board of secondary education and what's wrong in this? The sole motive behind this move is to curb cheating," said district education officer Sanjay Goyal, talking to HT.

Goyal said the most common way students cheated in exams was by hiding chits in their socks or shoes. "This method might prove to be extremely successful in curbing the use of unfair means in exams," he said.

When HT checked whether any such order has actually been issued by the board of secondary education, SB Singh, the joint director (school education) of Indore division, feigned ignorance.

But, he added that if an examination centre superintendent feels that students are carrying chits, they are well within their jurisdiction to get them frisked.

A senior education department official, not wishing to be named, said no such instruction has been issued. "The frisking and checking has to be carried out keeping dignity in mind. For instance, a girl has to be frisked by a female teacher only," he said. On Tuesday, at various examination centres in the city, students stepped inside the examination halls barefoot.

The district education officer said that at many centres, where numbers of examinees are large, it is not possible for invigilators to check every student. So they asked students to remove their footwear outside the classroom.

In Indore, 41,547 regular and private students of MP Board appeared in the exams at 135 centres. The department had declared 36 examination centres as 'sensitive,' which can be read as -- prone to use of fraudulent means.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-20002...

Parents have condemned 'draconian' teachers after they banned 17 pupils from an important Maths GCSE exam - for wearing the wrong shoes.

The shocked students, aged 15 and 16, were given their marching orders 20 minutes before they were due into the exam room on Monday afternoon.
Teachers at Cardinal Newman Catholic School in Keresley, Coventry, told the youngsters to either change their footwear or take the exam in their socks

Patrick Doherty, 15, was due to sit the exam again after he failed it last summer having taken it a year early.
He refused to take his shoes off because of fears his feet would smell and now faces a year at home before he can re-sit the exam again.

His mother Nicki Doherty, 43, a shop worker, said:'I am flabbergasted. The school clearly cares more about dress code than they do about the children's education.

End this MM!

STOP THESE clothing LIMITS.
LineDazzle

Chester, UK

#3 Jun 7, 2013
It must be Zuiko! After all, D-W-J and zuiko both start to out of the blue raise MaltaMon in a conversation. But yet again, how can he be d-j-w? D-j-w at least has some sense of irony, that Zuiko's mind Is incapable of.

And he hasn't seemed to have borrowed any lines. I'm sure djw is not zuiko.
Phil

Dunfermline, UK

#4 Jun 7, 2013
d-j-w wrote:
Lets end this lack of clothing fascism I hold Molly and Phil-ia jointly and severally liable, no student should be forced to take an exam barefoot or topless. We had an incident last year in the UK where a pupil turned up on his last day in trainers the school tried to make him sit barefoot but he stood his ground and refused to take the exam.
No girl should be forced to take an exam without a bra and no boy should be forced to remove his boxer shorts.
It is worse in India where Linedazzle is Viceroy!http://www.hindustanti mes.com/India-news/Bhopal/Afte r-bare-chested-students-now-ma de-to-take-board-exams-barefoo t/Article1-1026245.aspx
Just a few days back, the government school at Sagore town in Dhar district (about 35 km from Indore) made male students strip to their basics before allowing them to sit for their board exams. On Tuesday, school authorities at several centres for MP Board exam in the city asked students to remove their footwear before entering the examination hall.
The step, ostensibly, was taken to prevent cheating as the schools apprehended that students hide chits in shoes and socks. "This is an order from the board of secondary education and what's wrong in this? The sole motive behind this move is to curb cheating," said district education officer Sanjay Goyal, talking to HT.
Goyal said the most common way students cheated in exams was by hiding chits in their socks or shoes. "This method might prove to be extremely successful in curbing the use of unfair means in exams," he said.
When HT checked whether any such order has actually been issued by the board of secondary education, SB Singh, the joint director (school education) of Indore division, feigned ignorance.
But, he added that if an examination centre superintendent feels that students are carrying chits, they are well within their jurisdiction to get them frisked.
A senior education department official, not wishing to be named, said no such instruction has been issued. "The frisking and checking has to be carried out keeping dignity in mind. For instance, a girl has to be frisked by a female teacher only," he said. On Tuesday, at various examination centres in the city, students stepped inside the examination halls barefoot.
The district education officer said that at many centres, where numbers of examinees are large, it is not possible for invigilators to check every student. So they asked students to remove their footwear outside the classroom.
In Indore, 41,547 regular and private students of MP Board appeared in the exams at 135 centres. The department had declared 36 examination centres as 'sensitive,' which can be read as -- prone to use of fraudulent means.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-20002...
Parents have condemned 'draconian' teachers after they banned 17 pupils from an important Maths GCSE exam - for wearing the wrong shoes.
The shocked students, aged 15 and 16, were given their marching orders 20 minutes before they were due into the exam room on Monday afternoon.
Teachers at Cardinal Newman Catholic School in Keresley, Coventry, told the youngsters to either change their footwear or take the exam in their socks
Patrick Doherty, 15, was due to sit the exam again after he failed it last summer having taken it a year early.
He refused to take his shoes off because of fears his feet would smell and now faces a year at home before he can re-sit the exam again.
His mother Nicki Doherty, 43, a shop worker, said:'I am flabbergasted. The school clearly cares more about dress code than they do about the children's education.
End this MM!
STOP THESE clothing LIMITS.
Explain to me how I am responsible for what goes on in exam halls.
I can't wait to hear this.
By the way, how is your campaign going?
What have you achieved so far?
Rush

Nebraska City, NE

#5 Jun 7, 2013
d-j-w wrote:
Lets end this lack of clothing fascism I hold Molly and Phil-ia jointly and severally liable, no student should be forced to take an exam barefoot or topless. We had an incident last year in the UK where a pupil turned up on his last day in trainers the school tried to make him sit barefoot but he stood his ground and refused to take the exam.
No girl should be forced to take an exam without a bra and no boy should be forced to remove his boxer shorts.
It is worse in India where Linedazzle is Viceroy!http://www.hindustanti mes.com/India-news/Bhopal/Afte r-bare-chested-students-now-ma de-to-take-board-exams-barefoo t/Article1-1026245.aspx
Just a few days back, the government school at Sagore town in Dhar district (about 35 km from Indore) made male students strip to their basics before allowing them to sit for their board exams. On Tuesday, school authorities at several centres for MP Board exam in the city asked students to remove their footwear before entering the examination hall.
The step, ostensibly, was taken to prevent cheating as the schools apprehended that students hide chits in shoes and socks. "This is an order from the board of secondary education and what's wrong in this? The sole motive behind this move is to curb cheating," said district education officer Sanjay Goyal, talking to HT.
Goyal said the most common way students cheated in exams was by hiding chits in their socks or shoes. "This method might prove to be extremely successful in curbing the use of unfair means in exams," he said.
When HT checked whether any such order has actually been issued by the board of secondary education, SB Singh, the joint director (school education) of Indore division, feigned ignorance.
But, he added that if an examination centre superintendent feels that students are carrying chits, they are well within their jurisdiction to get them frisked.
A senior education department official, not wishing to be named, said no such instruction has been issued. "The frisking and checking has to be carried out keeping dignity in mind. For instance, a girl has to be frisked by a female teacher only," he said. On Tuesday, at various examination centres in the city, students stepped inside the examination halls barefoot.
The district education officer said that at many centres, where numbers of examinees are large, it is not possible for invigilators to check every student. So they asked students to remove their footwear outside the classroom.
In Indore, 41,547 regular and private students of MP Board appeared in the exams at 135 centres. The department had declared 36 examination centres as 'sensitive,' which can be read as -- prone to use of fraudulent means.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-20002...
Parents have condemned 'draconian' teachers after they banned 17 pupils from an important Maths GCSE exam - for wearing the wrong shoes.
The shocked students, aged 15 and 16, were given their marching orders 20 minutes before they were due into the exam room on Monday afternoon.
Teachers at Cardinal Newman Catholic School in Keresley, Coventry, told the youngsters to either change their footwear or take the exam in their socks
Patrick Doherty, 15, was due to sit the exam again after he failed it last summer having taken it a year early.
He refused to take his shoes off because of fears his feet would smell and now faces a year at home before he can re-sit the exam again.
His mother Nicki Doherty, 43, a shop worker, said:'I am flabbergasted. The school clearly cares more about dress code than they do about the children's education.
End this MM!
STOP THESE clothing LIMITS.
Seek help.
LineDazzle

Wrexham, UK

#6 Jun 8, 2013
Rush wrote:
<quoted text>
Seek help.
That comment of yours was actually spot on.

But since you didn't know the person, it was uncalled for to just jump in there and make such a mistake. I myself know a bit about this D-J-W, and he is a questionable person, probably putting it mildly.
d-j-w

Cannock, UK

#7 Jun 8, 2013
LineDazzle wrote:
<quoted text>
That comment of yours was actually spot on.
But since you didn't know the person, it was uncalled for to just jump in there and make such a mistake. I myself know a bit about this D-J-W, and he is a questionable person, probably putting it mildly.
Thanks for standing up 4 me line dazzle. We should never "Rush" to judgement.

We should not force students to strip to underwear as they do in India to make sure pupils do not "cheat".

We should not have a ban on vests or T-shirts under school polo shirts as there are in at least 2 uk schools.

We should not have a complete ban on boxer shorts even when they are not doing PE as there is in at least 1 UK school.

We should not ban boys from wearing tops in gymnastics as there is in at least 5 primary schools in the UK.

I only hope Phil's metal detector fails when he starts looking for underwired metal bra's.

He calls me a D**khead. I say you can take the boy out of Manchester Grammar School but you cant take Manchester Grammar School out of the boy.

Philia you need Penis-sylvanian MM to help you grow some testicles I think the last pair shrunk to much during the nude swimming lessons and cold showers you had to endure. At least you dont need swimming trunks to protect your "dangly bits"!
Phil

Dunfermline, UK

#8 Jun 8, 2013
LineDazzle wrote:
<quoted text>
That comment of yours was actually spot on.
But since you didn't know the person, it was uncalled for to just jump in there and make such a mistake. I myself know a bit about this D-J-W, and he is a questionable person, probably putting it mildly.
It wasn't a mistake.
DJW obviously has issues that need working out with professional help.
That much is clear to everybody.
Rush

Nebraska City, NE

#9 Jun 8, 2013
LineDazzle wrote:
<quoted text>
That comment of yours was actually spot on.
But since you didn't know the person, it was uncalled for to just jump in there and make such a mistake. I myself know a bit about this D-J-W, and he is a questionable person, probably putting it mildly.
The comment was, spot on, that is why I put it up. As long as this is a public forum that encourages dialog, it is "ok" to jump in whenever one feels like it. Nobody knows anyone on this forum, and as long as someone is talking out their butt about something that is as wacky as DJW I will try to point out to them that they need to seek help.
LineDazzle

Queensferry, UK

#10 Jun 9, 2013
Rush wrote:
<quoted text>
The comment was, spot on, that is why I put it up. As long as this is a public forum that encourages dialog, it is "ok" to jump in whenever one feels like it. Nobody knows anyone on this forum, and as long as someone is talking out their butt about something that is as wacky as DJW I will try to point out to them that they need to seek help.
It is a slightly offensive comment to make telling someone "to get medical help" in a sarcastic way.

However, D-J-W posted child porn on topix, so that comment for him to get help was spot on.

I am going to soon visit the "Prove there's a god" thread, again, to attack Riverside Redneck. I also want you on that thread, Rush.

Riverside Redneck claims to be a construction worker, but he is on topix 24/7, he can't be on topix so much and yet have a full time construction job, I'm sure you will know this too, as you yourself work in construction.

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