DRESS CODE

The following are the dress code to the students for the academics of MBBS, Nursing and Para Medical Board
For boys
DO’S –
• Formal shirts – Full sleeves, neatly ironed, should be tucked in.
• Formal trousers – neatly ironed.
• Formal shoes neatly polished Black / Brown only, with cleanly washed socks –Well groomed trimmed hair.
• Clean shaven face.
• Trimmed and clean nails.
• Apron – White, Half sleeve with logo and name plate, cleanly washed and neatly ironed.
DONT’S –
• Jeans/ T- shirts/ Sneackers/ Sports Shoes/ Colour shoes/ Chappals/stinking and un-washed socks/ Un- ironed and Un- washed Clothes/ Coloured Hair/ Un- combed Hair is strictly Banned for the students in College and Hospital premises of Bowring And Lady Curzon Medical College and RI.
• In case of violating the the above rules strict action and punishments will be decided by the higher authority.

For girls
Do’s-
• Conservative Indian clothes – kurthi/ salwar-kameez , should be high necked, should be half sleeves and should be below knee ( cotton material only). Bottom- salwar, Patiala, leggings should be at ankle level( preferably cotton material).
• Hair well groomed properly tied up.
• Trimmed and clean nails.
• Formal shoes with cleanly washed socks(black/ brown).
• Apron – White, Half sleeve with logo and name plate, cleanly washed and neatly ironed.
DONT’S –
• Transparent clothes / Jeans/ T- shirts/ Un- ironed and Un- washed Clothes/ Sneakers/ Sports Shoes/ Colour shoes/ Chappals/ High Heels/ stinking and un-washed socks/ Coloured Hair/ Un- combed Hair/ Loose hairs/ Nail paint/ Make-up/ Lipsticks is strictly Banned for the students in College and Hospital premises of Bowring And Lady Curzon Medical College and RI.
• In case of violating the the above rules strict action and punishments will be decided by the higher authority.
The student is bounded by the above rules from the day of entry to the day of exit.
Director cum Dean
BLCMCRI, Bengaluru

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