The Vice Chancellor is thinking hard (might be hard to believe, but true) about what next to do to improve the moral climate of the university. He has already banned mobile phones, since the students were often endlessly preoccupied with mobiles, "chatting away with friends uselessly''. He has already implemented a dress code that states that students should not wear jeans, t-shirts, skirts or sleeveless and tight-fitting outfits and enjoins them to dress conservatively, as these outfits detract from the seriousness of academic pursuits. He has also raided the College Hostel and broken the tradition of pornography prevalent in Engineering College Hostels in the country. More importantly, all this has been publicised in the newspapers so every one knows that he is a moral guardian, a paragon of virtue.
But one can't rest on his laurels, can he? So what is the next step to prop up his image of moral guardian? Aah, the women. Girls are the root cause of all this distraction for the boys. A triumphant smile crosses his face. He prepares yet another press release. From the next academic year onwards the classrooms will be split in two with a wall built to separate the boys and girls. Only the professor can see both sides, the students cannot look at the other gender.