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KU to introduce dress code, identity cards from new session

Jamshedpur, June 11: Kolhan University (KU) is contemplating to a launch dress code for the colleges from the new session.

The colleges will also not allow the students to enter the campus without identity card.

The university administration will soon issue notification to the colleges asking them to implement the rule with strictness from the new session.  

According to plans of the Kolhan University, there will be different dress codes for all courses including, vocational, graduation and masters.

The university has told the colleges to take decision on the color and design of the dress. But, the college administration will have to decide on the same by June 20 after which the online application for graduation courses will stop and merit list will be released.

Soon after this the admission will start in the colleges and the students will have to be informed about the dress code during admission and identity will have to be issued to every student.

From the new session the students should make sure that they have 75% attendance in the class, which is mandatory; otherwise the students will not be allowed to fill in the exam form. During the admission the student and the parent both will have to give written assurance about the student’s 75% attendance in classes.

“From the new session several administrative arrangement changes have been made in the colleges. Dress Code will be applicable for the students and identity card will be made compulsory.

To ensure safety inside the campus and to stop outside students from the entering the college, will have a talk with the district administration for full proof security of the college campus,” said Dr. SC Das, registrar, Kolhan University.

According to sources, a complaint box will be put up at principal’s chamber and all other department of the college where students can complain. It will be the accountability of the principal and department heads to daily check the box and take necessary action.  

To ensure no outsiders enter the campus, the university and college administration are planning some new initiatives. Meanwhile, Jamshedpur Workers’ College Students’ Association president Hemant Pathak and ABM College Students’ Association president Prem Prakash Dubey have threatened to protest if outside youths and not stopped from entering the college.     

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