Dress Code

Common Dress Code

Students should always wear their ID card when in the campus except in their hostel rooms.

 Special Coats, White and Blue, are common for both gender for Lab work.

 White over coat is exclusively meant for computer, Electrical, Electronics and Physics Labs, while Blue over coats shall be worn for Workshops and Civil Labs.

Shoes are compulsory for boys and girls on all working days.

 Undesirable dresses carrying political, abusive, obscene, commercial and religious slogans; dresses designed in a provocative or vulgar mode; dresses carrying suggestive pictures, photographs and invitations for mischief are strictly prohibited and liable for strong disciplinary action.

Dress Code for Girls

Girl students shall wear only neat, decent and dignified formal dresses on all working days. Formal dresses consist of skirts flowing well below knees, jeans without holes, shirts or tops with full or half sleeves and T-shirts with collar and round necks.

Girl�s trousers shall always reach and remain on the upper waist.

The list of prohibited girls wear includes the following: Deep cut necks, V-necks and T-shirts, strings tops, bare backs, sleeveless tops, tights, stockings, half trousers, three-fourth trousers, transparent wear, low cuts/ hipsters, high heeled footwear and stilettos.

Dress Code for Boys

Boys shall wear only neat, decent and dignified formal dresses on all working days. Formal dresses consist of jeans without any holes, t-shirts with collar, T-shirts and shirts with full or half sleeves.

Boy students shall be always clean-shaven, well groomed

Boy students shall always tuck-in T-shirts and shirts in the pants.

Enrolment may be deferred for only one academic year, after which a new application for admission is required.

Boys trousers shall always reach and remain on the upper waist.

The list of prohibited boys wear include the following: Track suits, shorts, half trousers, three-fourth trousers, transparent wear, sleeveless and round necks

Any violation of the code will be deemed as a disciplinary offence and will attract the same degree of punishment like 4.12 of University BY- LAWS