I just hope the ban is never strictly implemented.
I don't think it is the right way to impose a ban in the name of road safety. In fact this will only make things more dangerous. With the ban, students won't be riding to colleges daily and will be having lesser riding experiences which makes them more dangerous when they set out on the roads. Also implementing a ban is like encouraging people to go against it. We humans have that tendency to always do what we are told not to. So students will always find a solution to this problem. They can always park their bikes somewhere nearby and walk to their colleges. Hence the ban is in a way a useless concept.
Thus what the traffic should instead do is regulate the problem. They should come up with awareness programs, improve road rules and most important establish a more practical license application approach. The license examinations should be relevant and updated to the road conditions and rules of the country. It's funny how it's the same theory exams for motorcycles, private vehicle or public vehicles. The exams should be set such that people learn what's right and what's wrong for them to do while riding or driving on the road on their respective vehicles. People should be taught. How do you expect people to do what they have never been taught? Nobody told a biker that he should not cut or zip into other vehicle's line, nobody taught the micro driver that it was wrong to change lanes without any prior warning to the vehicles behind, nobody taught the bus driver that he should not stop anywhere on the road whenever a passenger signal, nobody taught the public that they should not stop the buses at places other than the bus-stop, nobody taught the Uncle on the Mazda that he could overtake from the wrong side of the road, etc. So teach the people first then think about the ban if that doesn't seem to work. It's not amazing how the people in our government always choose the easy way out rather than spending some time in creating a fool-proof system.
Lastly will the Traffic ever stop blaming just the bikers for the accidents on the road? When will they realize that the late-to-office uncle on the Santro, the ever rushing public vehicles, the least bothered road crossing pedestrian, the slow drivers sticking to the middle of the lane, etc are also equally dangerous.
So stop complaining about others. First they should create an efficient system within themselves and then maybe start the blame game !