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Dress Code For Students

NOTICE
DRESS AND GROOMING CODE

To create a disciplined environment and maintain a professional interface with the industry, a dress and Grooming code for all students of IHM Jaipur has been formulated with inputs from hoteliers, faculty, alumni and present students. It will remain mandatory for all students to wear the prescribed uniform in their respective practical and theory classes. For the remaining time in the Institute all students are advised to strictly follow dress code as mentioned below:

For GIRLS:

  • General Uniform (black Trousers, white shirt full sleeve and uniform scarf). No other dress will be allowed. Entering Institute with Jeans & T shirts is not allowed even if there is no class.
  • The shirt should be tucked in. The sleeves of a full sleeve shirt should never be rolled up.
  • Formal Oxford black shoe for Food production and Ballerina shoes and socks for rest classes.
  • No body visible painting including mehendi and tattoos.
  • Only one ear ring/top.
  • In winter black coat or black sweater (V neck and without any design).
  • Any kind of hair dye is strictly prohibited. Hair should be tied in Bun shape during college hours

For BOYS:

  • General Uniform (black Trousers, white shirt full sleeve and uniform tie). No other dress will be allowed. Entering Institute with Jeans & T shirts is not allowed even if there is no class.
  • The shirt should be tucked in. The sleeves of a full sleeve shirt should never be rolled up.
  • Formal shoes (Oxford black) and black socks.
  • No Ornament eg. Ear rings, bangles except for religious purpose are allowed in the Institute.
  • Any kind of hair dye and spike hair style is strictly prohibited.
  • In winter black coat or black sweater (V neck and without any design).
  • Wearing of Name plate is mandatory for all students during college hours.


Observing the dress/grooming code is mandatory for all students even during their visit to Institute on vacation/IT for any official work, failing which strict disciplinary steps would be initiated. For any clarification on the above points, students can meet the Procters, HODs or undersigned,

MOBILE PHONE IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED IN CAMPUS DURING COLLEGE DAYS. USE OF MOBILE PHONE MAY ATTARCT HEAVY FINE OF Rs 1000/- ON FIRST INSTANT AND REPEATATION WILL ATTRACT CONFISCATION.

 

K.S. Narayan
Principal

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