Government officials in Saran, Bihar are now prohibited from wearing jeans to their workplace, as ordered by the District Magistrate. The order is an attempt to induce a change in work culture at all government offices and bring seriousness to the workplace.
The Magistrate has not only asked the employees not to wear jeans, he has also ordered the staff members to wear formal attire and display their ID cards visibly for ease of identification. Additionally, all the members will now be expected to remain in the office premises between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during their work hours.
To make sure the orders are being followed regularly, the District Magistrate also declared that he will conduct unannounced visits to certain departments. Furthermore, he also mentioned that he may employ video conferencing or video calling to monitor compliance with the new regulations.
He has cautioned the staff to adhere to the new dress code guidelines. He also warned the staff members that those who violate them will face severe consequences.
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