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Itahari sub-metropolis imposes uniform dress code for school children


Nepalnews
2024 Feb 09, 7:43,

 The Itahari Sub-Metropolitan City has decided to enforce a uniform dress code at all schools within the sub-metropolis. A meeting of the Sub-Metropolis Education Committee held on Thursday decided to impose uniform school dress at the private and community schools within the sub-metropolis, Mayor Hem Karna Poudel said.

There are 170 schools, including 134 private and 36 community ones, in Itahari Sub-Metropolitan City. With this decision, 63 thousand and 526 students in the town will go to school wearing a uniform dress.

The Sub-Metropolis Education Committee said this decision is made to bring uniformity in the school dress. Mayor Poudel informed that they have also decided to remove the tie from school uniform and replaced it with the Bhadgaunle Topi, the black Nepali cap.

Similarly, he said a decision has been made according to which the employees and people's representatives of the sub-metropolis are required to send their children only to the government-run schools.

Likewise, the schools are barred from selling any stationeries and charging the admission fees every time the student climbs classes, except one time. The schools are also not allowed to themselves sell books.


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