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Punjab Medical College issues notification enforcing uniforms for students

FAISALABAD: In an overhaul of the apparel adorned by the students at Punjab Medical University, the campus authorities issued a notification to enforce a dress code, ARY News reported on Friday.

According to the notification, the students enrolled at the varsity will henceforth be bound to wear a uniform. The orders are for both male and female students.

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The males in the university are directed to wear a white sleeved button-down shirt and an accompanying silver/grey dress pant, or they are given an allowance to wear a white Shalwar Kameez to the educational institute.

The females have been asked to wear a white Shalwar Kameez with a complimentary maroon Dupatta.

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Students have also been asked to wear only black coloured shoes to the campus.

Jeans, Joggers, T-shirts and skirts have strictly been banned, the notification by the educational institute reads.



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