Dress code for Govt. em­ploy­ees

Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka) - - FRONT PAGE - BY HIRAN PRIYANKARA JAYASINGHE

Min­istry of Pub­lic Ad­min­is­tra­tion has made it com­pul­sory for all fe­male em­ploy­ees, who work in gov­ern­ment in­sti­tu­tions, to wear a sari or an Osari while male em­ploy­ees would have to wear a shirt and trouser or na­tional dress.

It said in its cir­cu­lar to min­istry sec­re­taries, provin­cial chief sec­re­taries and de­part­ment heads to make sure that the pro­vi­sions of cir­cu­lar 2121/1 is­sued on April 29, 2019 and 2123/4 is­sued on May 13, 2019 should be strictly ad­hered to. The cir­cu­lar has also given guide­lines for the dress code for of­fi­cials and clients adding that the clients who en­ter gov­ern­ment of­fi­cers for ser­vices should wear a dress which al­lows for clear recog­ni­tion.

It said the em­ploy­ees who were pro­vided with uni­forms should wear the uni­forms pro­vided to them while on duty.

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