In Memorandum, SIO accused that CBSE can't wash its hands off by simply taking action against teachers of Kannur incident, in which a female student was forced to remove her innerwear.
"Students were forced to remove their head scarves to gain entry into exam halls," SIO national secretary Syed Azharuddin said.
The organisation said the CBSE's actions had not only disrespected the faith of Muslim girls but also the dignity of girl students in the name of checking cheating.
"Many students are out there who denied permission to exam centres only because they put on headscarves. Some are forced to remove the same to get entry to exam halls. This is the clear cut violation of The Hon'ble Kerala high court verdict last year", said a statement from SIO.
SIO quoted a High Court of Kerala verdict - WP(c).No. 6813/2016(B)- which said that "Board shall permit all candidates, who based on the religious practice want to wear headscarf and full sleeved length dress, to appear for exams."
"Even the invigilators and many authorities are unaware of Kerala High Court verdict of 2016, they had said that the CBSE dress code shall not be enforced against the candidates who, by the virtue of Article 25, are protected from wearing such dress as prescribed in the injunctions of their faith", said the statement from SIO.
The activists of the group demanded the CBSE to apologise and to repeal the dress code.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the examination at over 1,900 centres across the country for admission to undergraduate medical and dentistry courses.
Several students who took up National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in various centres in Kerala on Sunday had complained of harassment by invigilators of CBSE.
(With Input from PTI)
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