In order to maintain academic dignity and sanctity of the institution, students and staff of the University are required to wear decent dress. Students are requested to wear proper uniform mentioned in subsequent paras. The dress restriction is not to impose any rigidity or regimentation but is in accordance with the spirit of discipline and punctuality which is the cardinal aspect of life style at the University. To abide by the student dress code, student should not:
- Wear tight or see-through dress.
- Wear Tee-Shirts.
- Wear torn clothing.
- Wear jogging or exercise shoes.
- Put on excessive makeup or wear expensive jewellery.
- Wear untidy, gaudy or immodest dress in classrooms, cafeteria and university offices.
- Wear unprofessional attire in formal programmes and interviews.
|Boys||White shirt with full sleeves, dark grey trousers, black belt, black socks and black shoes.|
|Girls||White shirt with full sleeves, white shalwar, blue doptta and/or blue scarf, black socks and black shoes. White and navy blue scarf are optional.|
|Boys||White shirt with full sleeves, dark grey woolen trousers, black belt, blue blazer (double breast)/ blue sweater, black socks, black shoes and college necktie.|
|Girls||White shirt with full sleeves, white shalwar, blue doptta and/or scarf, blue blazer / blue sweater, black socks, black shoes. Simple Gowns (not compulsory) black/white/blue.|
- Male students shall maintain short haircut and shave regularly. Beards will be kept in a proper shape.
- University logo must be pasted on blazers in winter and on left arm of white shirts in summer.
- Georgette dupatta, self print dupatta and coloured scarf, trousers and any kind of ribbon, laces, extensions and patches are strictly banned in the University premises.