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Dress code in colleges?
According to me no...because students are matured and they know which is good or bad.
Started on  16-Jul-2004  By  rajesh   E-mail : v_mfeo@yahoo.co.in
richa
8-Aug-2004
I agree with v_mfeo
reema
17-Aug-2004
In college there should be dress code like school uniform in schools because boys may see girls with bad intention when they wear western outfit. Also during ragging they are not comfortable. Like I faced murga in ragging at very first day of college as I was wearing skirt. They took advantage and made me murga in campus.
sam menon
21-Aug-2004
It is a call of the day that students should be instructed what to wear so as to feel comfortable at the college where their primary concern is to study the subjects of interest. How would they welcome a female-teacher in mini skirts??? They would surely pass a disgraceful remark and also try to make her aware of it. How about a male teacher in his burmuda??? Thus it is good to have certain dress codes for certain places. No one raises a brow on advocates wearing his black coat in court; nor does any person go to a family function in a non traditional dress. Why even the army personals have different dress to wear at different occasions.
sam menon
22-Aug-2004
I do not agree with you. I feel that if students do not care to dress decently the elders should be able to bring them around. However it is not possible for the school authorities to implement the dress code due to undue protest from the external sources. At such junctures we have a law handy. Why can't students have a dress code like the advocates or the people of the forces?
Charmingal
16-Sep-2004
Why are we talking only about the teasing factor? Why should someone not be allowed to wear what they want, just so that they don't get teased. Teasing, or ragging happens everywhere, but why does that affect the way we think, behave or dress. Isn't it true that the government allows us to choose our representatives, then why not out own outfits. Its not like Individuals don't have brains and they'll turn up in bikinis to colleges. I think- there should not be a dress code in colleges!
maricil arevalo
11-Oct-2004
I also agree with dresscode for it adds integrity to a student.
malathi
20-Oct-2004
I feel it is unfair to impose dress code in colleges. One should have the privilege to choose what they want to wear, but common sense should help everyone to appear in decent dress. During ragging it is immaterial what dress you wear. There is no guarantee that you will be excluded from ragging even if you wear proper dress.I am an MCA student and when we were ragged in the hostel by our seniors all of us were compelled to remove our churidar pants and then made to do murga.
sameer bakshi
25-Oct-2004
"Dress code in colleges" not a bad idea. But the point to note here is that how it can be achieved. Some people think by making a code of conduct with respect to dressing by social policing will help. I agree with them to a certain degree of thought, but seen in wider context, you can achieve it simply by social policing. For this "pious" wish to come true, what you need iminently is counselling- effective and efficient. I say this because merely by social policing you cannot apprehend this westernized "trend" or mitigate it's affect because media has become a force to reckon with. What media portrays that is somewhat liked by people and also youthhood is the age of impression. Psychologically seen, one tends to experiment with those things which are forbidden by society. The mind set becomes like that. So it is quite natural that mind inclines towards forbiden things. I think I have made my views clear by leaving you with a logic, on which you can ponder and somewhat move a step forward towards positive development of personality with respect to dressing.
Shreya oommen
30-Oct-2004
Hey its infact very boring to have a dress code. Who would want to wear such kind of a uniform in this 21st century. People are crazy having dress codes in colleges. People should have their choice on their dresses. Only SENSELESS people would want their colleges to have a dress code just like a school.
rohit prabhakar
3-Nov-2004
There should be uniform in colleges because it develops spirit of belongingness.
shruti
6-Nov-2004
I really disagree with this. Because they are bored after wearing such a uniform for 12 years. I mean from KG to tenth standard.
chandrasekaran
22-Nov-2004
I personally feel we should do away with the dress code in schools. Uniform in school is supposed to bridge the gap between rich and poor among the children and inculcate a sense of togetherness. But this is carried too far and now we talk of dress code in colleges. There are many ways to inculcate a sense of togetherness and uniform I think is definitely not one of them. Children should have the freedom to explore things and cultivate the habit of inquistiveness. How will a kid realise his freedom if he does not have the right to wear what he can afford to?
akshay
25-Nov-2004
I feel that colleges should not have uniforms as it is children get bored wearing uniforms till the 10th standard and I feel that children too should be allowed to choose their own dress which they have.
ahaan
24-Feb-2005
The youngsters must have the freedom to choose
Alicia Eckleberry
25-Feb-2005
I think we shouldn't have dress codes but yet again we should cause if every one wears the same thing then no one can pick on some one wearing a nasty outfit
brittany middaugh
25-Feb-2005
I think we should have the right to dress however we want to. Not what everyone else thinks. Its a free country.
annaliese
26-Feb-2005
I live in Singapore and we can wear what we like to school! I like my school because no one uses cane when we were improper. Only principal has it and the cane is only used for really bad behaviour
Rema menon
6-Mar-2005
I am now working as a lecturer in a college in kerala. I believe a dress code in colleges is not needed as it would rob the college atmosphere of its charm. But at the same time students are supposed to wear dresses in an articulate and decent manner. When we were in college as students most of us wore saries. We used to take special care in wearing it. When draping saries always wear it properly and this gives you more confidence and a better look to the saree, especially when wearing light chiffon sarees. Churidars are also fine. In the end it all boils down to how you wear a particular dress.
who whants to know
8-Mar-2005
I think that Brittany Middaugh's idea is a good idea and what people say about you should not affect you. Let them say it and go on with your day it is a free country.
sreeja
11-Mar-2005
I am doing my B.com in a private college and we are allowed to wear all types of dresses to the college. Now a days we see that both boys and girls are bold in their dressing. Yes, it gives warmth and flavour to the campus, but there is a limit beyond which this should not be over done.I would also like to know from Rema madam some tips on how to drape a saree with confidence, because this is one thing that I lack when wearing a saree.,even though I love wearing it to the college.
dipti
18-Mar-2005
Why one wants dress code in college? College going students are mature enough to know what to wear & what not to wear. If someone is creating a problem he or she should be told about it by the college authorities instead of making whole college suffer.
pranami
18-Mar-2005
I too feel that dress code is important to some extent since some people are not aware about themselves and wear whatever they want and fall into unnecessary trap. So there's a sense of neatness,discipline and generalization in wearing a similar dress code.
Rema menon
21-Mar-2005
Yes Dipti, college students are mature enough to know what they should be wearing. But its only when they behave in a immature way that it creates all the problems. Sreeja, saree is a wonderful dress if worn properly. I would suggest that you ask your mother to teach you how to wear it. But here are some tips. Start with cotton sarees so that they stay in place. Use pins to pin the saree to the skirt and also at the pleats and also at the pallu. Drape the saree on two skirts so that it give a fullness to the saree and also give you better confidence.
Marlen AKA Fishy
24-Mar-2005
I think that there should be no Dress Codes in schools....Because it's simply not neccessary!!! Students are mature enough to wear what they want....PLUS the way one dresses has nothing to do with school work! Does It?! I don't listen to My School's Dress Code policy anyways.....so I don't care!!!!
thomas
31-Mar-2005
I think a dress code is necessary in schools where boys have too much hormones and too little knowledge about what to do about it. A dress code in college is too boring and unnecessary.
Bob
20-Apr-2005
Dress code + college= horrible life. I knew a person who had gone to college where uniforms were standard, and he's a really mean boss.
vandana
22-Apr-2005
I disagree with this. We had uniforms for 12 years and now if even in colleges you want a uniform then it will be a hell. Till 12th we are under guidance and even in colleges do you want to be under some guidance. I don't think so. We must try to live on our own. We must have our own choices. But to avoid inconvenience we must insist all the students to wear decent dresses so that we don't have uniforms and live on our own choices.
shakeel
25-Apr-2005
According to me no...because students are matured and they know which is good or bad.
apoorva
4-May-2005
Hi friends, I totally disagree with this statement. According to me one should not have a dress code in college because one has already experienced the dress code in schools so if we repeat this then the college might go boring. One has completed the life of schooling with the dress code and now that he has crossed that difficult phase of life so he must be given a chance to enjoy and according to me college is one type of fun and school is the other type of fun. So one must be given chance of enjoying both type of funs and that too without any sort of restrictions. We must not try to mix both type of fun.
Krystal
10-May-2005
I feel that dress codes should not be in schools. College kids are more free and more mature to know what they should and should not wear. The adults are able to make their own decisions, so we should be able to make our own decisions.
louise
11-May-2005
I think you should be allowed to wear your own clothes in college. When you go to college you are at a stage in your life where you are experimenting with yourself, and being free to wear your own clothes is an expression of who you are!!
dharti shyani
11-May-2005
I totaly agree with you
AKHIL R KRISHNAN
13-May-2005
There should be proper dress code in Colleges to bring uniformity at first and secondly we should not ignore our culture. Our outlook is different than the western people. Our way of accepting a thing is different.
Shreya
16-May-2005
Colleges these days aren't concerned with teaching as much as they are concerned with imposing rules on students. Only third-class people wear revealing and disgusting clothes. No respectable student does that. The kind of clothes the students wear reflects the grade of a college. I guess colleges are anxious about improving their image and the students have to put up with the circus.
manasi
21-May-2005
There must be dress code in college in first year bcoz in ragging freshers feel uncomfortable. I am in second year now, last year seniors picked me first day and started vulgar questioning, but I was unable to reply all. They made me murga in campus. It was shameful seem because all were watching me. My fellow girls also had to do uthak-baithak and murga. So please there should be dress code.
pooja
25-May-2005
I'm very young to decide it but can tell you one thing I saw it in many places why many places take Hyderabad itself every body is wearing low-waist or low-waist-miniskirts and I think it's not really so important to wear them is it? This kind of dress sense is very bad.
meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
25-Jun-2005
There should be uniforms in college. I am currently in college and you would think that people would be mature enough to not judge others by their clothing at this level. Unfortunately, many are not and yes some students have came to school wearing bikinis and without undergarments and they were wearing Sheer tops and mini skirts. They were bragging about doing this because this was their way of distracting the class and may I add that they also passed several of their classes although they never had taken the exam. You figure it out. I had gone to a private school before and we wore uniforms and yes we did get tired of them but there was equality between students as well as with teachers. Besides, when we participate in school sports we wear uniforms and many of us will have careers that will require us to wear uniforms. Uniforms also help establish an awareness of where we belong. We work hard to get into college and we should should be proud to let everyone know that we belong to a college. Also, They help to establish a sense of community and family and students and professors have to search a little deeper to know what each other is like. Everyone still has their own style, it's called a personality. Wearing uniforms in college would be a great improvement everyone would get a fair chance instead of a one second glance with a comment such as that girl wears that and is not good, that one is rich, that one must spend all her money on her tuition and can't afford clothing. I have also heard comments about guys with a few pertaining to several more rude, judgemental comments. They never really took the time out to get to know any of these people. Uniforms make everyone's clothing and dress style equal. Please, put uniforms in colleges.
sneha
26-Jun-2005
I think there should never be a dress code in colleges.
natasha
29-Jun-2005
I don't think there should be a dress code in colleges...I mean after all these years of wearing uniforms in school...uniform in college is so not happening.....people ought to wear what they feel like....but ya less of skin show.
AKANINYENE WILLIE
6-Jul-2005
I felt that the dressing code for Students should reflect their course of study. Also the authority should implement a proper mode of dressing in every the school.
piyush
8-Jul-2005
I don't think there must be any kind of dress code.. girls say that boys see them with bad intention when they wear western clothes.. If you know all such thing , why you girls wear such clothes? IF U WEAR SIMPLE SUITS ETC.. IF DONT LIKE, WEAR JEANS. WHAT'S THE NEED OF THAT SMALL SKIRT? ON ONE HAND YOU SAY YOU NEED DRESS CODE, ON OTHER HAND YOU WEAR THOSE SMALL SKIRTS. Dont you think these both ideas are opposite? GIRLS THEMSELVES CAN'T CONTROL THEIR EMOTIONS, SO HOW CAN BOYS DO SO? DONT CHECK BOYS AND THE DRESS CODES IN COLLEGES.. YOU KEEP CHECK ON YOURSELF.. NOTHING MORE WILL BE REQUIRED.
MSW 7662
10-Jul-2005
Hi all, Stumbled across this page surfing for 'Saree' as I really luv Sarees, despite being a guy (no, I DO NOT think tat its a "sexy" dress, unlike most of our ppl. today!).....I think not only are they fascinating but can also look really professional when worn to work even! But as Ms. Rema Menon says, it has to be worn PROPERLY to look decent, else it can convey wrong messages! Coming to the topic, a few issues related to dress-codes I wish to express here- I've observed that while many schools/colleges impose such a strict discipline on dress of their students, most of them hardly bother about noticing how well the STAFF (teachers/lecturers) groom themselves as well! This is EQUALLY important as the teachers set an eg. on students & if they dress in an inappropriate way & get away with it, the students won't feel like respecting rules either! For eg. in most schools they punish the students if they have dirty socks, unpolished shoes or even un-oiled hair! But then they feel it acceptable that most of the teachers nowadays come dressed in low-cut blouses (if clad in Sarees), which exposes most of their backs! Not that I intend to offend women but this is by all means inappropriate & unprofessional, as in schools, the teachers would be showing their backs to students half of the time in class (writing on the board etc.) so such low-cut blouses would be unwlecome & distractive! They must realise that this'll also lead to decrease in respect from the students, esp. boys! Teachers should be dressed in such a way that they don't send out wrong mesgs to the students who should mentally respect them. Low-hip Sarees/low-cut blouses maybe the latest fashion but schools/colleges are definitely NOT the place for fashion, for students nor for teachers! So my advise would be to try & avoid such fashions in an enviroment demanding discipline/decorum. Sarees can also be worn high on the waist w/ high-neck blouses (as in the '80s!).....so if there be dress-codes, this should apply for EVERYONE in the school/college premises.
MSW 7662
10-Jul-2005
Btw, Sreeja- amazed to know that you, being a present gen. college girl think of wearing a Saree to college! Wow, kudos to you!! I really appreciate your intention....however, I must also advise you to wear it only once in a while or for some occasion in college as it could provoke some other students to tease you....hap'd to one of my friends...she wore a Saree to college (just for ONE DAY) & some of her "modern" friends thought it ridiculous & teased her openly, calling her "Aunty" for the whole day! This is really shameful & hurting attitude from peers! They shouldn't expect everyone to look like them etc.!
nithya
14-Jul-2005
I feel, we are no more kids & we shouldnt be forced to follow a dress code. I agree to the fact that youngsters are taking advantage of no dress code in colleges. Exposure should be banned & decent clothes should be allowed.
mallu
15-Jul-2005
People can wear whatever they want. I will give you some tips: If you are very shy, Wear fully covered dress. If you are not shy, then you can wear anything like half skirt {low waist skirt}.
Sakshi
17-Jul-2005
Awful idea. Dress code in college? Wasn't school enough for that. If a college will have dress codes then who in the world will make fashion statements? It is good for ragging the futchas, but should be not more than a week..
Makarand
21-Jul-2005
"Well I think, there should be atleast 2 days in a week when students should have a dress code compulsory. I'm of the view that having a dress code brings a sense of responsibility in a student. The rest of the week the student can wear anything He/she likes, something which is 'cool and decent'.
amreen
24-Jul-2005
I think that it is a rubbish idea tht one should have a dress code in college. Students of college are mature enough and they know what is right and what is wrong. People with bad mentality will always think bad only even though there is some dress code. Wearing uniforms for 12 years is quite enough. Obviously one should ban exposure but decent clothes should be allowed.
anuj
26-Jul-2005
I would like to add that there shall be no dress codes in colleges.
Rutvij
31-Jul-2005
Like a coin has two sides, this topic "dress code" also has two sides- good & bad It is good because it is the modern time & youth alway prefer new generation & according to the new generation time is now changed. Now its the time of short outfits, tight jeans, transparent & sleeve-less t-shirts. Today's youth believe in complete freedom so they never accept this kind of rules in their colleges. But......if they don't follow this rule it may be dangerous for the girls because in each & every boy there is one bad person in his heart & by wearing short clothes girls do the job of awakening that bad person & invite troubles & sometimes this trouble gets converted into serious crimes.
sana
1-Aug-2005
I believe, that if we are able enough to decide who should be our next prime minister then we as well know what is good or bad for us. Moral policing though is always welcome but adhering to rules of dress code in colleges without valid justification is close to impossible.
ayesha
3-Aug-2005
I believe that dress code should be implemented. Dress code should cover dress like Salwars,Jeans and trousers with long loose tops and long skirts. This increases the comfort level of students. Strict implementation of the dress code will prevent the deterioration of our culture in our society.
mantoo singh
4-Aug-2005
Dress code is nothing but the presence of the mind of the human being. It represents the way you act. Someone told that "SAADA BHOJAN UCCHA VICHAR" It is not that if we wear the western style of cloth that the people will think that he/ she is really a genius that is not true if you really want to show your efficency then it is not the way to wear all time.
purva
4-Aug-2005
wel...I guess dress code is not necessary cuz students know how to present themselves..They are no more kids but much matured...Let them have the freedom to dress as they like..I hope every student knows his\her limits and dresses immaculately.
nona
9-Aug-2005
Dress code is a must for colleges. Youngsters nowadays are too much bothered about their looks, and invariably spend lots of bucks on clothes. Also a lot of time is wasted in deciding what to wear for the day. Many try to overdress which is at times indecent. They may attract evil eyes. I too am a student and understand how boring it is to wear uniforms. According to me instead of having salwar kameez for girls like most colleges have they should have denims and short kurta and same for guys. This will definitely be agreeable to all.
rutvij
9-Aug-2005
In dress code if you are telling about our indian culture, then I want to say something... I think jeans & t-shirts are from western culture, but wearing those western outfits girl can cover her whole body but, in saree & ghagara-choli which are from our indian culture girl can't cover her back which is one of the most attractive part of girl's body..... so I oppose the dress code in colleges.
yankee
10-Aug-2005
It's a stupid topic to be discussed . Don't waste your time.
ajay
15-Aug-2005
Dress code is nothing but gives an idea of ur mental picture. Dress code is a symbol of dignity. It makes you different from rest of the world. It makes you feel proud of your institution. I know we all are wise enough to understand what's good and what's bad for us, but still I think dress code should be implemented. With this there will be uniformity within the students i.e. between a rich and a poor boy, all will be treated with equality. There will be no bias if we are allowed to wear what we want, then a rich guy can be noticed with his dress and whole class will make fun of poor boy and that should not be there.
muskan
15-Aug-2005
I think there should be no dress code in college if you are speaking of ragging. Even I am a student I always wear salwars every boy of my college speaks decently with me. If you are good, others will be good towards you: if you are not good if you are exposing yourself then who can help if you want to wear short skirts then you have many other places to wear like clubs etc why are you prefering college? College is meant for decent dresses not minies. For sake of some students why should all suffer? College students should be free to wear what they want.
monika
16-Aug-2005
Dress code is must in college at least for first year to protect them from ragging.
arushi
16-Aug-2005
There should be no dress codes in colleges.
Lovely
18-Aug-2005
If exposure is only the fashion then we are very unlucky, Animals are more advanced than us.
shazia
18-Aug-2005
Students should not have dress code as we are not in kindergarden.
Yuvapreethi
19-Aug-2005
Dress code will be great in the colleges.
rupali
20-Aug-2005
No dress code I agree. If you are decent then others do not harm you. But ragging is different thing in which no one can help. I am doing mca and wear decent dresses, but first year seniors caught us and ragged us.
navneet
22-Aug-2005
Why no dress code in colleges? What a student wants to prove by wearing the western outfits or those vulgar dresses- just that how beautifull or rich or good looking they are. Dress code brings one sort of group sprit, impression & dicipline, that builds one sort of learning atmosphere in us. How can there be any sort of learning atmosphere if any student has dressed in those micro-mini skirts & those short t-shirts.
pramod
23-Aug-2005
Hi everybody. There must be a compulsory uniform for colleges because only that point differentiates class from modelling room, garden, ramp & al other public places.
obaidnazir
24-Aug-2005
I personally feel that it is ridiculous to make someone wear what he/she doesn't like wear. As far as discipline is concerned about dress in college I don't think a girl wearing Saree can't show her skin if she wants to, and even I feel that in saree one's belly is left completely exposed. I want to convey a message that fashion is not all about exposure it is about how you can carry yourself and that animals have no sense and we are not supposed to compare ourselves with animals. Sorry man but still I am in favour of no dress code in colleges, if we feel that girls are exposing by wearing minis or skirts then those people who think so are 200 years back from now and they need to be broad minded and instead of critisizing girls should concentrate on recognizing beauty and talent because we have in us miss universe's and all.
SACHIN
25-Aug-2005
If you have to prove yourself first you have to improve yourself. We cannot improve our self by making rules like 'there should be a dress code in the college '. Does dress really matter? I do not think so. What really matters is our moral values e.g. school where dress code is being followed from last so many years does it help us in way? No I feel
pramod gaikwad
27-Aug-2005
As per my knowledge there is a lot of difference between college and the fashion ramp. There must be certain rules and regulations so that students will behave like really matured fellows, there will be certain uniformity between all the students.
TANUSHREE DAS
27-Aug-2005
I do agree that there should be a dress code in colleges. This will reduce the chances of misbehaviour in the college campus. Be it a girl or a boy the law should be enforced. The girls nowadays have started exposing themselves to an untolerable extent in the name of fashion. This attitude of theirs acts as an invitation to the boys to criticize, pass remarks and also harass them. I don't say that wearing a western outfit is bad but decency should be maintained. With the increase in demand of spagetti straps, microminis etc the dressing style of some students has become horrible. Moreover the increase in the number of rape cases to an extent is possible due to this. College is a place for studying and not for attracting others. Students nowadays focus more on fashion and very less on studies. So according to me if there is a uniform system or dress code in colleges this will reduce a lot of problems faced by girls.
farha
28-Aug-2005
There should be a dress code in colleges because it inculcates discipline and a sort of upright attitude in students. Some of the students take liberty and they wear clothes which don't suit the norms of the society and give a chance to people to raise fingers at them.
farha
28-Aug-2005
There should be a dress code in colleges because it inculcates discipline and a sort of upright attitude in students. Some of the students take liberty and they wear clothes which dont suit the norms of the society and give a chance to people to raise fingers at them.Though we go to colleges for study ,but it is not only bookish knowlege which we get, we learn a way of life.So we must be careful about each and every aspect of our being, including our behaviour and dress.
thulasi
30-Aug-2005
Friends, I dont think it necessary to have a dress code. College students are capable of themselves to be protected. Imposing a dress code is feeling themselves in a jail with no freedom. Also one dress code may not be suitable for everyone. Each of them will be comfortable if they are wearing those dresses which suit their body. I'm a degree student from Kerala. In my college there's no dress code. Then also no one is teasing anyone.
abhijeetlee
30-Aug-2005
Yes. Dress code should be made compulsory in schools as well as in colleges. If there is dress code equality & uniformity will exist among the rich & poor students. Moreover,they won't tease the poor ones. Students from colleges especially girls wear vulgar & vulnerable dresses & ofcourse the boys will surely have the look of bad intetion & even the senior citizens take it as granted. While going to college girls wear decent dress in front of their parents, then go to their friend's house, change their dress into something vulgar & then go to college. If there is a dress code they don't have a chance to change their dress.
Kotu
3-Sep-2005
Dress code not required in colleges. I don't know why.
TAHA VIRA
5-Sep-2005
Actually there shouldnt be a dress code because students usually like to have their own ways of dressing and one can't say that this leads to sexual feeling or harassments because these things depend on the behaviour of the student but not on the dress they wear for ex: I am from Timpany school and girls in our school are very free with us and some what enticing but they come in uniform. Any how even girls like to be ragged or teased like in our school.
Muralikrishnan
6-Sep-2005
for those who support the Dress Code in colleges What would you say if the University of another country imposes a rule saying that Sardarjis cany have turbans, Women cant wear sarees (cos it is the most revelaing dress) or something like that? Then you would say "Rights" and all that crap. Are you folks saying girls who are dressed in Pardas or sarees dont get teased, raped or molested ? Eve-teasing or misbehaviour has nothing to do with dress. You guys think that all misbehaviour will stop or even reduce if every girl comes to college fully covered. Rather than educating the students on good behaviour, these self-appointed moral police are spoiling their minds further.
deepikadrygdee
7-Sep-2005
I think there shouldn't be any dress codes in colleges...which are considered to be a sign of decency and teaches the children a lesson of equality! If the children can't learn this lesson in 15 years of their schooling..then they will be unable to learn it throughout their lives! And when the question of decency comes..the college students are mature enough to understand and build up the image of themselves in front of the world...and accordingly will they dress up themselves!!!
pooja gayatri
11-Sep-2005
We think dress code in colleges is a rubbish idea because it is of no use. As there are many other dresses which can cover our body and which are not vulgar. By the way aren't we bored wearing uniform for last 12 years?
Eswaran
13-Sep-2005
I think it is a fair idea to have a dress code in colleges. Dresses are the sign of mind, Its the sign of our character. First of all we have to think why they have imposed a law, the only reason for this could be is improper way of dressing. As some students have the practice of wearing those kind of dresses it could affect others in many ways. With this law we can make sure that we all can be one side of developing the culture, create a very good atmosphere to study.
vinaymahesh
14-Sep-2005
As for me there should be dres code as it brings dignity
gitika
24-Sep-2005
Dress code is not necessary in college. I am doing MCA, in ragging they ask us to do several things. We did. That depends upon the environment of college not on dress.
sandeep
24-Sep-2005
It was really a very nice debate
hermione
24-Sep-2005
Well, as per me, dress sense is something that really reflects your personality. Each individual has a different dress sense. It cannot be imposed. Yes on one hand, being educational institutions, academics should be given primary importance. But on the other, students should be given their due freedom...o.k let us come to a compromise. Students who are really bad at their dressing sense should be picked out by the authorities and warned, there should be a basic restriction...say jeans and tops...decent looking ones. But uniforms are too much of a bore. I would like to put forward a question to all of you...while discussing such a topic ...WHY R ONLY GIRLS' DRESSES TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION?
sona
29-Sep-2005
Girls dresses alone are taken into consideration because unnecessary dressing behaviour of girls leads to harassment of girls.
ashok
30-Sep-2005
It is good. Some decency should be established among students. With this there should not be any indifference. With this law we will be on one side of developing culture. We can also create good atmosphere to study.
George Washington
7-Oct-2005
I dont agree with dress codes, shut up all of you.
ajay narwal
18-Oct-2005
There should not be dress code. Students have rights to think. Those untoward incidents can happen in uniforms also. Students have to wear the dress they want to wear in the colleges. Uniform do not show their personality.
kavitha
20-Oct-2005
I heard that in some B.Ed. colleges in Karnataka Saree is compulsory, and if wearing churidar the student get cane on thigh like in school. Is it true?
prateek rathi
21-Oct-2005
As far as I personally think there should not be dress code in colleges as everyone gets bored of wearing dress till school after that we need something to free ourselves and be independent in this short life. There should be one law that no one should wear objectionable dress like low waist jeans minis and all . They provoke the student to pass sarcastic comments. Being a student of 1st yr in army institute of law, I would like to advice our fellow friends that we should not forget our culture and should not adopt the lifestyle of western countries. We should remember that sun that is the symbol of knowledge rises in the east and sets in the west.
mahima
24-Oct-2005
Well I think the saner way of doing it would be to not impose anything like a dress code, which becomes too stringent a thing to do, but to have our own selves internalise the fact that even if we have the freedom to dress as we want, we should use our brains to figure out what goes well in what situation.
mahima
24-Oct-2005
Well I think the saner way of doing it would be to not impose anything like a dress code, which becomes too stringent a thing to do, but to have our own selves internalise the fact that even if we have the freedom to dress as we want, we should use our brains to figure out what goes well in what situation.
shiv
26-Oct-2005
I think instead of "dress code" there should be dress restriction".
shiv
26-Oct-2005
I think instead of "dress code" there should be dress restriction".
Richa
26-Oct-2005
I agree with Nona on the dress code suggestions. Girls should not be forced to wear traditional salwar kameez only. At least they should be allowed to wear short kurta with parallels or denims.
Richa
26-Oct-2005
I agree with Nona on the dress code suggestions. Girls should not be forced to wear traditional salwar kameez only. At least they should be allowed to wear short kurta with parallels or denims.
gopinath.v
26-Oct-2005
Dress code for colleges is a necessary action because the dress we wear is for our comfort and directly due to climate. Swiming suit should be worn only while swiming but not possible in class rooms but education is irrespective to dress even while Einstien submitted his theory he was wearing burmudas all other were in formal coats but he was the winner in the same. Its common about when dress is concerned it is a must to follow a code for females because always they are the victims.
gopinath.v
26-Oct-2005
Dress code for colleges is a necessary action because the dress we wear is for our comfort and directly due to climate. Swiming suit should be worn only while swiming but not possible in class rooms but education is irrespective to dress even while Einstien submitted his theory he was wearing burmudas all other were in formal coats but he was the winner in the same. Its common about when dress is concerned it is a must to follow a code for females because always they are the victims.
vsquared
27-Oct-2005
I don't think there needs to be any dresscode as people are quite matured and know what they are supposed to be doing. As for boys having bad intentions, I think the boys have better things to do in life rather than looking at us, girls.
vsquared
27-Oct-2005
I don't think there needs to be any dresscode as people are quite matured and know what they are supposed to be doing. As for boys having bad intentions, I think the boys have better things to do in life rather than looking at us, girls.
amardeep
27-Oct-2005
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27-Oct-2005
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aparna
27-Oct-2005
Yes, dress code is the most genuine problem in colleges. But if there are proper uniforms there will be no problem.
aparna
27-Oct-2005
Yes, dress code is the most genuine problem in colleges. But if there are proper uniforms there will be no problem.
rashid bepari
7-Nov-2005
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Nidal
8-Nov-2005
There should be uniforms as it would show the discipline of a school and the schools can also be denoted by uniform colour.
Michelle Lopez
9-Nov-2005
I think we should not have dress code, a lot of teens dress to express themselves!!!!
natasha
10-Nov-2005
I have recently started at a college in South Africa for girls where there is a strict dress code covering colour and garment type and length. The colours are grey and navy and girls are required to wear skirts that come no higher than mid thigh - we are also required to wear knee length socks of grey fawn or white. I feel sometimes I'd like the freedom to wear my own choice of clothes. Luckily they don't cane girls thighs like a previous correspondant, that would be too awful to think about.
sagar
11-Nov-2005
I agree with you rajesh
m.ravi theja
12-Nov-2005
No. There should not be any dress code. Cant students have freedom? We should revolt against this. If there is a dresscode, it should be kept in mind that the students feel comfortable in them.
RENUKA SEN
19-Nov-2005
I donít think that there is any need of dress code in colleges. Infact it is the place where students can enjoy and express their views about changing fashion trends. After all fashion canít be neglected in the 21 century. Also it will give the courage to the students to become open minded which is very important nowadays.
RENUKA SEN
19-Nov-2005
I donít think that there is any need of dress code in colleges. Infact it is the place where students can enjoy and express their views about changing fashion trends. After all fashion canít be neglected in the 21 century. Also it will give the courage to the students to become open minded which is very important nowadays.
PRATIMA
19-Nov-2005
I completely agree with you Shiv.
PRATIMA
19-Nov-2005
I completely agree with you Shiv.
preeti
28-Nov-2005
Eating disorders or aneroxia is a common problem among college going girls and can be countered to a great extent if girls are free from the pressures to look "cool" and "trendy" and "slim". A dress code is certainly a step in that direction.
sathee
30-Nov-2005
In my point of view, there should be dress code in colleges because it gives a proper standard in our future life also. If we are getting a job in army, navy or in air force we have no other way. So better to start from our childhood itself.
amita
14-Dec-2005
I think girls should keep on wearing what they want because its their choice.
Udaya Rajasekhar
17-Dec-2005
Dress Code in college is not needed. But they should wear the dress in decent manner. Implement the dress code in colleges is little difficult. Grown up students should know the value of the dressing style. Provoking dress should be avoided. According to me Churidars, half saries & Saries are good dresses for college.
usha
17-Dec-2005
Dress code is very important for college going students especially girls. only then you will be respected by others.
usha
17-Dec-2005
Dress code is really important in present scenario.
Tara Gopinath
17-Dec-2005
According to me colleges should follow dress code not on all days of the week, but on few, uniformity creates feeling of oneness among the crowd, inspite not knowing many, at the same time students must be allowed to wear clothes according to their choice, and not mini skirts, sleeveless or those transparent ones or those body hugging skimpy clothes for both guys and gals.
verghese mathew k
21-Dec-2005
Can you imagine an educational institution in which boys wear bermuda and girls wear their beach wear as uniforms ? If you can't that's exactly why I feel dress codes are necessary. dress code gives a sense of oneness and equality in the mind of children and is helpful in cultivating good habitats. After all how long are you in school or a college? Can't you sacrifice atleast that much time your preference. Friends what I want to say is that India is a democratic country and if dress code is not present who knows what will be the state of our country ? hence go to an eductional institution for studying and not for complaining about these 'petty' matters .
Yogita
12-Jan-2006
I am studying in college. My opinion is that there should not be uniform for students in the college. Since I am also working in office, it will be not suitable for me to wear the uniform to my office after my lectures.
vijayvardhan reddy
20-Jan-2006
According to me, dress code now-a-days is very important and should be strictly followed in colleges.Also,the people who argue that dress code is not necessary should think whether they are come to colleges to study or for fashion!!
Yuvapreethi
21-Jan-2006
I think Dress code is not necessary. No one will like to wear uniforms. Let them wear the dress that they like. This is kind of a matter which you should never think about. We go to school and Colleges to study not to think of these silly kind of things. I am not telling that we should only study and do nothing. You can do a lot of things like talk to friends, play with them, go to their houses and go to beach with your family members and that's it. Don't think about these "petty" or "silly" matters. Enjoy your life.
SAVIKSHA
24-Jan-2006
An individual makes his presence feel by his expression. That is not all,but his attire makes it more elegant and also at times professional. Dress code is required at certain places. It is not mandatory but there is nothing one can lose since it adds to our personality. For college going students dress code should be implemented. College going students need not dress up in grandeur as though he/she is attending a function. It not only looks extraordinary but also distracts others. At times, dress code carries a false persona. This is because at certain times we judge person's character by the way he/she dresses which may not be always true. Dress code is a matter of discipline which a person needs to absorb. Some colleges have also inculcated dress code for"teachers" ,I don't think that's required.
debjit basu
28-Jan-2006
We must not disrespect our oriental cultures just to follow the hollow western civilisation and its cultures to satisfy the need to cope up with the westernisation oops! modernisation of our society
shree
30-Jan-2006
Dress code should be made compulsory in colleges, because it is a place for studying and improve our knowledge.
nice girl
3-Feb-2006
It should be made compulsary.
mili
5-Feb-2006
No. There should be no dress code because in college students are supposed to be more mature and responsible to decide what to wear and what to avoid.
Prianka
6-Feb-2006
There should be dress codes in colleges.
charu
8-Feb-2006
In my opinion I would surely support amita and udaya as because we all are very much grown up. Our constitution too provides us with right to freedom so then too why we should have to wear a particular dress only.
harika
16-Feb-2006
I agree with you Shiv.
Poonam Pant
18-Feb-2006
There should not be any dress codein colleges. At the age of 18, officially girls and boys, both are considered as adults. They get the right to vote, then how could one restrict them from wearing cloths of their choice. If they do not get the freedom to choose their clothes, then how will take big decisions?
yogesh
21-Feb-2006
Yes
PRIYA
13-Mar-2006
I think that's required. Dress code should be made compulsory in colleges, because it is a place for studying not a fashion parade.
Niranjan Pati
16-Mar-2006
I think dress code should be compulsory in colleges , because it increses the smartness of the students.
Yamini
17-Mar-2006
Hi.. Friends. In my view there is no need for dresscode in colleages. As a graduate we know what are the goodthings and what are the bad things. In school we wear dress code to maintain equality between students. But in college there is no need to wear uniforms to have equality, it will help to have a dignity. So every one has there own choice to wear their dress.
manish
27-Mar-2006
Dress code must be compulsory in institutes.
Mr. Pouli
28-Mar-2006
I personally agree with dress code in colleges. It is the best way to save our parents money. Also helps to prevent gang members from carrying weapons around the campus. In response to growing levels of violence in our schools, many parents, teachers, and school officials have come to see school uniforms as one positive and creative way to reduce disciplinary problems and thus increase school safety.
johnnyboy
28-Mar-2006
Many of the colleges as well as many offices follow a strict dress code. I think it would be best to start getting used to the idea of following a dress code. I support the idea.
mili
29-Mar-2006
It is really a very nice debate . I think that there should not be a 'uniform ' in colleges. If at 18 the govt. gives us the right to vote for our representatives who will shape our future, our country's future, why are not we given the right to wear what we want?
hottie731
3-Apr-2006
Dress code should be made compulsory in colleges because it is a place for studying and improving our knowledge. It should be made compulsory.
Deeptika
12-Apr-2006
I feel no dress code is necessary for college or schools.
amit mishra
13-Apr-2006
I think dress code should not be there in colleges. we all had a particular dress code for 12 years in schools. Now we are in 21st century. We would have some privledge or rights to wear what we want but again upto a certain limit.
PRAKHAR
15-Apr-2006
I think there should not be any dress code because in college students are mature enough.
megha
22-Apr-2006
Dress code ! in colleges ,Oh! are we still in schools. It should not be made compulsory. Atleast in colleges we should be allowed to wear whatever we need but in a decent & dynamic way.
honnu bedar
27-Apr-2006
I agree with you. The dress code is not necssary but for integration purpose this is useful.In colleges for every year there should different dres code then its better.
naveen arsikere
27-Apr-2006
I don't agree with dress code in colleges. After 18 our govt has given rights to marriage for girls &they give license for riding vehicle treating above 18 as matured. Then what is the purpose of dresscode. Every one has their own rights & own desire to wear their dress. Another important thing is that every one desires that college should be colorful. If its not then colleges becomes just like gurukul....
honnu bedar
27-Apr-2006
I agree with you. The dress code is not necessary but for integration purpose this is useful. In colleges for every year there should different dres code then its better.
Arun karthik
30-Apr-2006
I agree with hottie,As hottie said it is a place for studying, as we wear casuals it extremely changes the surrounding.
Ankita Shah
4-May-2006
I think that there should not be any dress code but college students should be taught about decency of clothes. They shouldn't wear provocating clothes. Young generation are changing themselves,they don't want to wear uniform like their schools but they are matured enough and should choose clothes which can save college prestige and cannot cause any bad effect on students.
swathi
16-May-2006
I would say a BIG NO to this matter as students know better what to wear and what not to wear. If they want to make such dress codes then it would better to make Uniforms for all, like in Schools.
Siva
18-May-2006
Yes dress code helps students a lot. By this we can maintain uniformity so no variation can occur between students. It tells about our discipline & our dignified manners so it should be compulsory in every educational institutions. It maintains students to live congenially with others.
k.deepak vijayalu
24-May-2006
THIS IS MY FIRST ENTRY TO COLLEGE. There should be no dress code and that should allowed according to students wish. Introducing dresscode does not merely improve discipline.
rajesh sharma
20-Jun-2006
i think dress code is mandatory in colleges and schools because its help to maintain intergrity and equality to students who are poor and can not afford costly clothes. It also help to maintain discipline in Schools and Colleges . It is a place of learning and get knowledge.
jasuva
21-Jun-2006
Dresscode should not be made compulsory but as students are studying in college they are supposed to know to dress decently.
jisamerinjoyn
23-Jun-2006
I think in colleges there should be a dress code because the teenagers do not think about the after effects of wearing vulgar dresses.They only want to get the attention of others.That is not their fault .But it will, in future can affect their lives.So why to let our kids' future to end up in disaster just by allowing them to do what ever they like to do even though we know that what they are doing is completely wrong.Parents and college authorities have to be stubborn in these type of matters.
Akshay Hooda
28-Jun-2006
I think yes because this shows unity also.If there is no dress code there would be a greed in every child. Like if a new child is having a big car and other child saw he will demand for that. So that would be extravagance. It also gives equality to every student whether it is rich or poor.
bharti
2-Jul-2006
A dress code in college is too boring and unnecessary. According to me one should not have a dress code in college because one has already experienced it in school.
PREETHI
3-Jul-2006
I don't think dress code is needed. Instead they may be warned by their officals not to wear indecent dress.
sureshkumar.r
11-Jul-2006
Dress code in colleges is really important because it creates a sense of beloningness among students and moreover it shows the discipline of the college but in my opinion dress code should be for three days and rest of the weekdays students must allowed to wear other dress but in a decent manner.
Akshay Donald
22-Jul-2006
I dont think that there should be a dress code because if we talk about discipline so discipline comes from our mind and a dress code doesn't matter if a person is having a beautiful dress and he is not disciplined.
Tanvi
31-Jul-2006
I think dress code in college is important because the students in the college dress very indecently and as a result we have different crimes going on. Also dressing properly , reflects your character.
vijaya
1-Aug-2006
Dress code for the college students is a must nowadays. Because in city colleges dress morality is not followed by students,it creates some kind of tension and gets diverted to something else.If they follow the dress code then they feel that they are protected and they won't do any kind of fun with others. Our Indian dress has that power. So dress code is important for the young college goers.
Naresh
1-Aug-2006
No. Students have the right to choose what to wear. I think it doesn't affect them. Even dress code doesn't help them to change their attitude or behavior as many feel that they can change with the dress code. Everyone has freedom to wear what they wish.
mansi
2-Aug-2006
I am a student of CZP college of Business for Management in Hospitality Industry. I strongly feel that dress code has both positive and negative impact. For instance if a college is having dress code just to stop the students from wearing wesrtern outfits then it's wrong but if its been enforced for creating as an distinct identity then its good to have a dress code.
SMRITI VATS
6-Aug-2006
A dress code for a college student is an absolutely ridiculous idea. As far as the teasing and the demeaning remarks are concerned, if the victim of these is affected by the comments, he/she would have enough sense not to wear certain things. College is a place where almost everyone becomes a rebel without a cause and doing something as imposing a dress code would only add fuel to fire. College is the place where one starts discovering freedom of a different kind and doing something like this would make them feel like a school student again and that would DEFINITELY not be welcomed.
ninju
7-Aug-2006
I am in America. I have grown up here all my life and feel very odd that when I go to India i have to wear Indian clothes. Here we don't have uniforms but we do have dress codes as to what you can wear and what you can't. I think that atleast in college they should let you wear anything you want but by having dress codes. Feel free to email me if you have disagreements.
Umakanth biradar
9-Aug-2006
Dress code is nothing but the presence of mind of the human being. It represents the way you act. Someone told that "SAADA BHOJAN UCCHA VICHAR" It is not that if we wear the western style of cloth that the people will think that he/ she is really a genius that is not true. If you really want to show your efficency then it is not the way to wear all time. If you are good, others will be good towards you: if you are not good if you are exposing yourself then who can help if you want to wear short skirts then you have many other places to wear like clubs etc why do you prefer college?
prasanna
15-Aug-2006
College is also a school where little bit aged children are studying. They are not matured people and hence they must not be separated from school students. Like school students they must also given uniforms, they should be beaten severely in colleges as school students and if all colleges follow this rule the sinners will become less and world will become peaceful.
Rajanikanta
17-Aug-2006
I agree about dresscode. It should be in college because no differences will be there in between high level & middle class level. They will be looked as all students coming from same family.
sandeep pattnaik
19-Aug-2006
Yes there should be dress code in colleges. It manipulates the distances between the students and at the same time it increases our togetherness, belongingness and unity.
d
21-Aug-2006
The main purppose of introducing a dress code is that it is supposed to bridge the gap between the rich & poor among the children and inculcate friendliness. But it will be very boring to have it in college life also. I don't think that it 's the only way to develop a sense of fraternity. But some are claimimg for the dress code to get rid from the severe ragging. some girls are suggesting that it should be there for the comfortibility in 1st year. But I can tell u one thing that by your commomsense, you can wear a formal dress to avoid ragging. Again how formal you may be, you can't avoid the ragging. So in any way this isn't serving purpose. However it takes our right away from us to decide what to wear in college.
Jenn
23-Aug-2006
We should just be able to choose whether we want to wear uniforms or not, so that there will be no arguments about this issue again.
Manini
25-Aug-2006
I'm a hotel management student. We have uniforms and I'm proud of it. I don't have to spend much time on thinking about what to wear. This saves my money too. I had a group discussion on this topic and you all guys have helped me a lot with your views and ideas. Thanks a lot for making my work easy.
Megan
29-Aug-2006
There should be a dress code that sets the boundaries for dressing in colleges. After all, even work places have dress codes which one must abide by. The dress code should provide guide so that we can practise responsible freedom with it. We should not shy away because some guys are bad elements,as there will always be. Dressing sensibly also defines who we are and prepares us for the real world beyond college.
himanshi
3-Sep-2006
According to me dress code should not be there for students in colleges. Some students who are not comfortable in those dresses, may not be interested in studies.
tarun ahuja
12-Sep-2006
In college life all are adults and they know what to wear or not. If a student is in favour of dresscode then he or she can wear why force others.
SONAL BANSAL
16-Sep-2006
Yes, I agree that there should be dress code in colleges because when the companies come from outside for recruitment they will have a very good impression. Secondly, it helps to bring unity among the students. Thirdly, by wearing certain clothes, eve teasing increases. Last but not the least the students learn to keep themselves in discipline.
Sharad Agrawal
18-Sep-2006
According to me, NO' because we already have worn a school uniform for 12 years. Wearing different dresses gives a different idea, personality & more.
zaid
23-Sep-2006
I agree dress code will be good in college.
Sonia
29-Sep-2006
Aside from all the other very good arguments againest dress code in colleges, for those who say some people don't have good judgement as far as knowing what to wear to college goes, I will point out that such lack of good judgement might come from lack of experience and the only way to remedy this is allow them to make and learn from their mistakes. Everyone needs to learn to dress themselves appropriately at some time. As far recruiting goes - I assume the college will know when potential employers will be comeing and will be able to inform their students. If students cannot dress professionally, well, they have no business being employed.
Vijay Prabhat
29-Sep-2006
I think that dress code is very nescessary in Institute. It make us different. Institute is a temple of learning and not a ramp of fashion world. Without dress code one should be trapped in many problems like raging, badsight even a suicide. This is our sweet India. Please don't pollute it by western culture. There are many rules and culture of India. Teenage is an age of childishness. Teens cannot understand what is right and what is wrong because they all are trapped by glamour world. They spend all their money in clothing inspite of books, tutions etc. I know india is a free country, but not too free to wear minis. I mean how will there be an atmosphere of learning in presence of minis. So please respect your culture. So there should be a drescode to protect our young generation.
Ananias Ganga kenyi
11-Oct-2006
Yes students must put on or wear a school uniform in the colleges so that they do not look different.
Arvind
12-Oct-2006
I too think that its actually a good idea.
Srinivas
5-Nov-2006
Dress code not necessary. We are grown up and we know how to dress.
Aditya
14-Nov-2006
No. There is really no need of wearing uniforms in college. Different people have different opinion on this. But in my case I want to wear whatever I like to.
Anuj Jasoria
14-Nov-2006
There should be dress code in a college because it make us disciplined and now a days many multinational companies have also selected their dress codes. If one has to join these companies then he can't say that I hav worn dress codes till my 12 class. So one should be in a habit of leading his life in whatever condition.
Ganesh
15-Nov-2006
Dress code should be made mandatory, because school& college going students usually have very less maturity level & lack dress sense.
Rapmal
22-Nov-2006
We should not have dress code in college as they cost extra. And after school years, the dress codes or uniform are out of use. And its a restrictions for college students to go out after school hours. As for going to the army, its only two years in Singapore and its not permanent. And when we go out to work,we do not have any dress restrictions and so why can't let us have some dress fashion now?
Rahul
4-Dec-2006
There should be dress code in colleges. Now a days people by seeing movies they have changed their dress code.
Megan
25-Apr-2007
Dress code is important but it should not restrict the freedom of choice too much. There should be a certain pride in dressing up for college as it is a formal place, just like work. but within that , there should be freedom.
Shruti Chouksey
10-May-2007
Hi friends I am doing BCA & we have a dresscode. I fully support that there should be a dress code as it brings the spirit of togetherness, equality, belongingness & above that we represent our proud institution. I FEEL VERY GREAT SIMPLY OUT OF THIS WORLD WHEN SOMEONE IDENTIFIES ME BY MY DRESS CODE.
Dharmendra
16-May-2007
Hello friends, According to me dress code should be allowed in colleges. College is not a place of fashion ,we go to college and insititution only for taking education and not for modelling.
Mohit Golani
24-May-2007
I think we should not be forced for a particular dress code because at this stage we are mature enough to decide that what is good and what is bad for us. So a big "NO" to this.
arjun
6-Jul-2007
Hiiiiiiii friends Iam a student from KLE college doing my 1st year PUC, I agree with my friends who favour for dress code in college because it shows our life (modern character).
Vinita Dubey.
9-Jul-2007
No, I don't think that uniform is compulsary in colleges.
Vinita
9-Jul-2007
I do not agree with this statment. Dress code should not be made compulsary in colleges.
yogender singh
14-Jul-2007
There is no need for dress code. According to me, the person should come to know how to flaunt each dress, what are the basic things needed to take care of variety of dresses, and he can only learn this if he is made to wear that type of dress. Today our parents want us to learn the etiquettes of dressing, and this can only be possible if the society accepts each and every dress, well college is also a society.
prach
16-Jul-2007
Hi ,I think that dresscode should not be there in the colleges. See it is a modern age and it looks ridiculous to have a dresscode in colleges. We are always crazy to see the things in a different manner so it will be boring to wear the same dress everyday. Wasnt it enough to have dresscode in past 12 yrs then why now it should be there? And why we go to college is to study so it doesn't matter whatever we wear. But it should be decent. And students are matured enough to decide what to wear and what not. We should have a right to choose our own dress.If dresscode will be there then when will we be wearing civil clothes because entire day goes in the college. The life will be boring.
raju
25-Jul-2007
There should be dress code for girls in colleges. Dress code preserves tradition and culture.
Pani
23-Aug-2007
What I feel is there should not be any restrictions on dress code in college.
Deepika
14-Sep-2007
Yes, there should be a dress code in the college b'coz when the students wear uniform, they feel a sense of uniformity as is clearly revealed from the word "UNIFORM". To some extent, some students may feel that it can reduce their freedom aspect. What the authorities can do is that they can fix a day, like Saturday, on which they should be allowed to wear what they want. B'coz I am not saying that there should be dress code in the colleges b'coz I think that they are not sensible enough to choose what they want to wear. I just want to have dress code in the college b'coz I want that every student of my college should maintain a uniformity. Rest, we all are mature enough to decide what to wear and what not.
Ankur rattan
26-Sep-2007
Yes dress code is necessary in colleges because it maintains uniformity and all students are equal in the sense of richness, no difference between one another.
Gaurav Tyagi
6-Nov-2007
Its a great idea. Person in uniform looks quite good and presentable.Whereas some people wear clothes just to show off there richness.
PUSHPA
6-Dec-2007
THERE MUST BE DRESS CODE. IN TODAY'S MODREN TIME IT WILL OVERCOME/REDUCE INFERIOUR & SUPERIOR COMPLEX.
Ranjit (EEE-42)
22-Jul-2008
I am not strictly against the dress code. But Everyone should have privilege to wear what he wants. Yes dress code is not completely senseless..of course it does make sense of togetherness . I think its ok till 10th or till 12th standard. But in the college it should not be. Everyone has its own choice of wearing with which dress they fell comfortable.
rameshraju
8-Nov-2008
Dress code not only preserves tradition and culture, but also presereves unity and oneness.
m hemasundar
19-Jan-2009
Hey its infact very boring to have a dresscode.
shikha swarup
25-Aug-2009
I agree with puspa that dress code should be there in colleges,as all students look smart,sober and decent.
ARVIND YADAV
30-Sep-2009
I agree with shiv that "Instead of dress code there should be dress restriction."
madhuri
17-Mar-2010
It is better to maitain a dress code in colleges.
Pradeep
1-Jun-2010
There is no need of dress code in colleges because we are mature now. we can think what is right and wrong. After all college is the stage which makes us to feel completely independent. We can take our decisions with a good sense of judgement.
Naina
14-Sep-2011
I think dress code is better in schools not in college because we are mature now and we know what is good or bad.
Ajay kapgate
8-Dec-2011
Yes there is need of a dress code because college is temple of education not a fashion show.
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