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Rajasthan: Medical College prescribes Rs 3000 blazer as dress code for medicos, Health Ministry sees Red


Rajasthan: Medical College prescribes Rs 3000 blazer as dress code for medicos, Health Ministry sees Red

All the medical staff and doctors at the medical college and its attached hospitals will now have to wear blue blazers worth Rs 3000 of the brand “Raymond”.

Jaipur: Resident doctors, medical staff and undergraduate students attached to the Jaipur-based Sawai Man Singh Medical College (SMS Medical College) will now be required to follow a blue dress code, including donning blazers worth Rs 3000 of the same colour.

The medical institute implemented the dress code on 16th January. The code is also applicable to those serving in the hospitals attached to the medical college. However, the state Health Minister has said that there was no need for taking this measure.

The news agency ANI, in its recent tweet attached with the list, where orders can be placed, stated, “Rajasthan: Sawai Man Singh Medical College in Jaipur implements a dress code for its medical staff, resident doctors & UG students as well as those in attached hospitals, directs them to wear blue blazers of the same brand. The mgmt has also issued a list where orders can be placed.”

Meanwhile, Rajasthan Health Minister Raghu Sharma said that there was no need for taking such measures and the matter is under consideration. “There was no use of taking such a decision, it is a local matter. I have already talked about it and the decision is of no use,” Sharma stated.

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Source: with agency inputs
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  1. I can see the logic. What about a 33% subsidy.

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    Dr RAMESHVARDHAN January 19, 2019, 2:13 pm

    Coats/ blazer are made compulsory for the school kids, advocates, I don\’t think there is anything wrong to be well dressed and well groomed , EXCEPT for the prize , Specially for the UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WITH LOW INCOME FOR THEM CLEAN , KNEE LENGTH WHITE APRON IS MORE THAN ENOUGH. Definitely no to slippers, jeans/ denims……..dirty white turned muddy aprons upto the buttocks.