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College Asks Students to Not Gatecrash Weddings, Twitter Defends It as 'Ancient Tradition'

College Asks Students to Not Gatecrash Weddings, Twitter Defends It as 'Ancient Tradition'

The circular, which landed on Twitter, said that attending weddings/parties without invitation was "unethical" and students indulging in such acts would face disciplinary action.

While gate-crashing weddings for a free meal sounds like a fun idea, a college in Kurukshetra has issued a notification to warn students against it.

National Institute of Technology (NIT) in Kurukshetra, Uttar Pradesh, has issued a circular asking students to not attend weddings in the area without an invitation.

Apparently, more than one student from the institute have attempted to gate-crash weddings without an invited.

"It has been reported that some students of our institute are going to attend the marriage/parties in the city without having any invitation", the circular said.

The note, which promptly made its way to Twitter, further said that such acts were "unethical" and students indulging in such acts would face disciplinary action.

Many on social media reacted to the circular, calling it hilarious but also empathising with the hapless scholars. Other students also chimed in, with one adding that there was nothing wrong with such "ancient traditions".