Ban on wearing of jeans - tshirt of government employees here, created a ruckus

Sambhal: In Sambhal district of Uttar Pradesh, the dress code banning the wearing of informal clothes by the government officials has got spoiled. DM Sanjeev Ranjan has passed an order banning the wearing of informal dress-jeans and T-shirts in all government offices. He said that the objective of this step is to maintain office etiquette, dignity and ensure that the employees follow the code of conduct fixed in the district. He said, "Wearing proper clothes will ensure seriousness among employees during work."

Rajan further said that any violation of the rule will invite action. However, no specific dress code has been proposed for government employees. He said, "Only a handful of people follow the dignity, ethics of office. Most are seen wearing casual clothes like T-shirts and jeans at work. It violates the code of conduct of government employees. Government offices. By wearing formal clothes, they will be more serious about their duties and will also ensure the dignity and elegance of the office. "

He further said, "It has been made mandatory for officers and employees of all government departments not to wear such casuals in offices in the district. No specific dress code is proposed yet, but it has to be ensured that Employees did not wear informal clothes. " At the same time, some employees are upset with this new guideline.

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