Kolkata, June 29 : Amid criticisms, Kolkata’s Scottish Church College revised their dress code notice on Monday.
The college authority published a notice on Saturday where they prescribed the students to maintain a dress code.
The college authority withdrew the notice on Monday morning and after revising, reissued it.
The word ‘advisory’ has been added in the notice while deleting the determined dress names from it.
The institute deleted the ‘punishment’ part from the notice.
The college had earlier banned mini skirts, any kind of slogan or writings on the t-shirts and tops, round neck t-shirt, earrings and ‘ear/nose/chin studs’ for boys.
The prestigious institute recommended full length trousers for the boys and traditional Indian outfits like ‘churidwar’ and ‘saree’ for the girls.
The institute wrote on the notice that action would be taken if a student did not follow the dress code.
(Reporting by Deepayan Sinha/IBNS)