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Chandigarh colleges sex fuming
Published on Friday, 26th of August, 2005 40815 Reads
By Our Bollywood
Reporter Ms Divya
A widely publicised report that nearly half the women students in
educational institutions in Chandigarh were having premarital sex has led to a
furore with principals and parents joining forces against the hospital that
conducted the survey.
The survey by the community medicine department of the Government Medical
College and Hospital (GMCH) indicated that 33 per cent of women students in
Chandigarh had admitted to sex before marriage.
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A leading English daily extrapolated the data to say that over half the
city's female students were indulging in premarital sex.
Their premise was that 33 per cent had admitted to having premarital sex
while 28 per cent had not said anything and hence they could be guilty but not
The survey showed that 39 per cent of the girls had said they had never
indulged in any sexual acts.
Principals, parents and students, where the survey was conducted, are now
contemplating action against the GMCH survey.
"This is absurd. The report has been deliberately highlighted in such a
fashion that indicates that every other girl was having sex while in college.
What impression would it leave on parents, teachers and other students itself,"
said a senior faculty member of a leading girls college in Sector 11.
The principals of two local girls' colleges said the reputation of their
institutions and students had been damaged by the report. They said it was
unethical to give names of colleges where the survey was conducted.
Women students were also shocked by the way the survey's findings were played
"Most boys would now start thinking that girls in the city were available for
sex. If not one, then the other. Are we such a free society? Even in the West
girls don't sleep with just about everyone," said final year student Rupika.
GMCH doctors, who conducted the survey, said the idea was to gauge awareness
about contraception. About 75 per cent of the 33 per cent girls who had indulged
in sex said they knew about contraceptives.
Nearly 20 per cent said they had actually seen a condom.
The survey was carried out on 981 college girl students.
There are over 25,000 students in the city, over 60 per cent of them
The daily that had 'sexed-up' the survey report has been drawing flak in
recent months after it started an interview column with city girls (with
photographs) asking them questions like "What was the right age for a girl to
lose her virginity?" and "What is your favourite bedtime
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