IIT Bombay students who eat non-vegetarian asked to use separate plates

IIT Bombay students who eat non-vegetarian asked to use separate plates

The administration of hostel 11 of the institute reportedly sent an email dated 12 January

By: || Updated: 16 Jan 2018 07:43 PM

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NEW DELHI: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay has reportedly asked its students to use separate plates to eat non-vegetarian food at the mess.

According to several media reports, students at the residential hostel will not use the main plates during dinner.

As per reports, the mail was sent after the administration received several complaints from the vegetarian students.

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However, the university has denied issuing any such advisory.

The administration of hostel 11 of the institute reportedly sent an email dated 12 January. The mail requested non-vegetarians to use plates specially meant for non-vegetarian dishes.

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