Educational institutions should be secular in nature and they should be kept that way. There should not be any problem if someone wants to wear a head scarf but burka should be kept miles away from schools.The controversy started when some girls wanted to enter the school wearing burkha and they were sent back ,all these 6 girls were coming to the school with out burkha until December and their Facebook photos they posted you can see them wearing jeans and no posts with burkha. But suddenly they got the enlightening and wanted to come to school in burkha.
Yes they have choice and govt has provided them with the choice,govt has allows Muslims to run their own schools as per their religious beliefs and teach Islam. They can always get admission their and continue studies if they offer the courses the students wants and if they don't have it then it's up to Muslims to reform or change courses or subjects with changing times and requirements.
You can dream on ,from where you come it might be hard to comprehend how can two faiths live together.
Yeah but educational institutions are not secular are they, their is a new enforced hindutva poison being spread everywhere in India
So idols and weird mantras in the morning is fine but Indian Muslims can't have hijab, Sikhs can have turbans but Muslim scarves are banned
This is not living together, this is the fruition of Jinnah's warning
Thus Jinnah's solution is the only option