The Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University (SBBWU), Peshawar has introduced a new dress code for its female students by banning the use of jeans, tights and unethical cloths on the campus.
The university’s registrar office issued a official notification in this regard in which students have been asked to strictly follow the new dress code.
“Students have to wear knee-length kurtas, shalwars, and white dupattas, which has been made compulsory for them as per the new dress code,” the notification read.
The university directed the students to wear their student cards on the university premises, warning them that the new code had been introduced after approval from the registrar office and violators would be imposed a fine of Rs1,000.
Earlier, the Hazara University Abbotabad, the Bacha Khan University Charsadda, and the University of Peshawar introduced these dress codes by banning revealing cloths. Furthermore, the faculty members were also directed to wear a formal dress with black gown in the classes.