Assam Government Issues Dress Code for Educational Institutes

Educational Institutes In Assam Receive Government Notification To Follow A Dress Code

On Saturday, May 20, the Assam government released a notification that set a dress code for teachers in all of the state’s public schools and outlawed wearing jeans and leggings. The Assam government created this dress code for teachers, claiming that some had a “habit” of donning attire that occasionally did not seem appropriate to the general public.

Decorum For Decency

In order to preserve a respectable academic environment on campus, the Assam government has implemented a dress code for the teaching staff at all educational institutions.

For male instructors, formal shirts and trousers are acceptable, whereas saris, mekhela-chador, and salwar suits are advised for female educators. They also instructed the teaching staff to refrain from wearing casual or party attire and to dress neatly, modestly, and professionally in somber hues that don’t seem showy.

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The Education Department advised against wearing casual clothes like jeans, t-shirts, and leggings while working. Teachers who disregard these directives shall be subject to disciplinary action per the law.

A Rule Book

As per the Hindustan Times, Education Minister Ranoj Pegu shared the directive on Twitter on Saturday, writing: “There are some misgivings regarding dress code prescribed for school teachers. I am sharing the notification for clarity.”

 

Assam Education Minister Dr. Ranoj Pegu stated that the Assam government plans to implement a school rule book for all government schools that would outline how the school will be run and how courses will be conducted.

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His statement says, “This school rule book contains that the teachers should be dressed decently, properly, and they should wear formal dress. For the students, we have uniforms. So, the teachers should wear formal dress and come to the school.” 

 

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