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Female students protest as Bihar madrasa bans them from campus and calls co Sharaf, secretary (mutawalli) of the Soghra Wakf Estate Committee, which runs the madrasa, said that a decision to discontinue co-education had been taken since it was against the religion. "Boys and girls cannot study together under one roof," he said. "Besides, male teachers are not supposed to teach the female students." He said that no enrolment of girls would be possible at the madrasa until separate arrangements were made for them on the campus. Sharaf said that the decision of his predecessors to allow co-education at the madrasa was completely un-Islamic. "I do not know under what circumstances the girls were allowed to join the madrasa but it is illegal as per the Islamic laws," he said. The secretary said that education for women at the madrasa would resume after separate arrangements were made for them. "Women teachers would be appointed for them but it will take some time," he said. They alleged that the madrasa had taken the regressive step at a time when the governments and charitable institutions were trying to promote girls' education across the world. They said that the girls, who had already been enrolled in the current academic session, were not being allowed to attend their classes. "We have been told that classes for girl students would no longer be held at the madrasa for now," Farzana, a student, said. "This has put our future at stake."