Jagran Correspondent, Purnia. Now the teachers and teachers here will come to the school in the prescribed dress. The Education Department has issued instructions for this. It has been said that departmental action will be taken against the teachers who do not follow the dress code. For this the headmaster will have to send the report every day.

Let us inform that the department is completely serious about the dress code of teachers and teachers. From December 15, it will become mandatory for teachers and teachers to follow the dress code. Teachers and teachers who ignore this will come under the purview of action.

On Monday, the decision of its implementation was taken in a meeting convened under the chairmanship of District Education Officer Shyam Babu Ram in Purnia East BRC. According to the decision, from Monday to Friday, teachers will wear black shoes with pink shirt and navy blue color paint. During this, it will be necessary for the teachers to wear a pink colored border saree or salwar suit with light pink. On Saturday, white shoes with white shirt-pants will be required for the teacher. On this day, teachers will come to school wearing white saris. The saree should have a red border.

This rule will be applicable to the teachers of all elementary, secondary and higher secondary schools. Along with this, it will be mandatory for the block resource personnel to follow the dress code. In the meeting, the last date for this was unanimously fixed till December 15.

In this meeting organized under the chairmanship of DEO, all the District Program Officers, all Block Education Officers, Block Resource Service and district level officials of Secondary, Elementary Teachers Association of the district participated. In the meeting, emphasis was laid to ensure that there are more applications for enrollment in class six in Navodaya Vidyalaya than last year. On this occasion, District Program Officer Sanjay Kumar, Devkant Tanti, Ruby Kumari, Nipur Prasad, all Block Education Officers, Block Resource Service officers including all Secondary, Elementary Teachers Association officials were present.

Edited By: Dilip Kumar Shukla