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HindustanTimes Wed,20 Aug 2014

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Campus Ka Mahayudh: Guy-friendly girls' college
Kanika Sharma, Hindustan Times
New Delhi, June 13, 2014
First Published: 19:32 IST(13/6/2014)
Last Updated: 21:00 IST(13/6/2014)
Akaknsha Sonna and Nishtha Singh of Kamala Nehru and Lady Irwin colleges repectively welcome a boy into the college premises. (HT Photo/Waseem Gashroo)

Your favourite singer was performing at an all girls college, but you could not attend it, because the guard at the gate sent you off with, “Boys were not allowed.” And when  the strong metallic gates of your girlfriend’s college threaten to spoil a spontaneous date, then you should just head back home.

While boys are often not allowed to enter the premises of an all-girls college in Delhi University, this debate proved that there are some all-girls colleges that always have their gates open for the guy brigade.

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Part of the HT City — Fever 104 campaign — Campus Ka Mahayuddh, Akanksha Sonna from Lady Irwin College battled it out with Nishtha Singh from Kamala Nehru College to decide which college is more cool with their entry rules. As Dilli ka Dabangg, RJ Abhilash, played the referee, the girls were all set to establish how ‘guy-friendly’ their colleges were.

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“Everyone who comes to our college gets a warm ­welcome, be it boys or girls. There is absolutely no ­discrimination,” said Akanksha. Taking things up a notch was Nishtha who said, “All our male teachers are so sporting that they perform for the students at farewell parties, so there is no discrimination against the boys!”

After the war of words, Dilli ka Dabangg, RJ Manu, declared Lady Irwin College as the winner.


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