Thiruvananthapuram Medical College announces new dress code, bans leggings, jeans for students
Thiruvananthapuram Medical College has imposed a new dress code for its students, urging them to wear formal clothes, said reports on Friday
Thiruvananthapuram: Thiruvananthapuram Medical College has imposed a new dress code for its students, urging them to wear formal clothes, said reports on Friday.
According to reports, a new circular has been issued by Thiruvananthapuram Medical College Vice Principal, which states that the girl students should wear churidar, saree and boys should come in formal dresses.
However, it is not the first college to have implemented a strict dress code for its students.
Sometimes back, the Madurai Medical College has implemented a similar dress code for its students.
S Revwathy, the dean of the Madurai Medical Colleges, had announced that wearing jeans-pants and t-shirts while attending classes will be forbidden for both girls and boys.
The order also restricted girls from wearing leggings in the college. Girls were warned against not tying up their hair and sporting flowers.
Male student were told to follow a strict dress code and wear formal, full-hand shirts and trousers with shoes.