No Jeans, T-Shirts In Office: Up District Magistrate’s Dress Code Reminder

The Bareilly area organization has cautioned that move will be made against representatives who abuse the authority clothing standard.

Bareilly: Employees and authorities won’t be permitted to wear pants and shirts in Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly District Magistrate’s office. The region organization likewise cautioned that move will be initiated against workers who disregard the authority clothing standard.

“Government workers and officials ought to wear formal clothing (in the workplace) that makes them seem to be officials. Casuals can be worn outside. Composed orders were given a few times in regards to the clothing regulation. Workers have been approached to adhere to formal clothing and not wear pants and shirts in the workplace,” said District Magistrate Shivakant Dwivedi.

Shivesh Kumar Gupta, a regulatory official, concurred with the order and said that representatives ought to wear formal garments in the workplace.

There is an arrangement of clothing regulation. This is definitely not another thing. Every one of the seniors in the workplace come in conventional clothing as it were. They never wear pants. Some are our new associates wear pants and shirts some of the time, yet they have been told in such manner and they are sticking to it,” he said.

Everybody is content with the clothing regulation and we are not feeling that anything is unique. We are not feeling that we are being compelled. This is a decent choice as everybody ought to come in proper clothing,” said Mr Gupta.

Rahul Gangwar, a worker, said there ought to be a clothing standard as it’s the District Magistrate’s office. “On the off chance that we wear casuals, it doesn’t feel like an office. Decency will be kept up with in the event that individuals wear formals,” he said.

This isn’t whenever such orders first have been given by the experts in an office. Comparative mandates were before given by the Uttarakhand government also.

Last year, the Maharashtra government prohibited its representatives from wearing casuals in the state secretariat and government workplaces.


In 2021, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) chief Subodh Kumar Jaiswal made it required for all officials to come in proper clothing to the workplace. “No pants, shirts, sports shoes, chappals, and easygoing clothing are permitted in office,” the CBI chief declared a year ago.

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