In this article, we will see the Ministry of Education (MoE), Nepal Changing the Uniform of teachers as well as staff. Dress is more than just a wearing that has influenced the perceptions of observers, whether students or strangers. At first glance, the outlook creates fairly positive anticipation based on the student’s likelihood and behavior patterns.
Students’ learning has nothing to do with their clothing. However, the teacher’s behavior imprints a learning impression in the minds of students at first glance. When a teacher appears in front of students in a fresh batch, a new class, or even an old batch, the reality is obvious. Formal dress is important not just for following customs, but also for gaining respect, professionalism, and maintaining social distance. Professors/teachers who dressed up were perceived as more organized, informed, and prepared, whereas professors/teachers who dressed down were perceived as friendlier, flexible, sympathetic, fair, and passionate by the students.
Notice Regarding Changes in Teacher and Staff Dress Code
The Ministry of Education (MoE), i.e., the Government of Nepal, through CEHRD (Science and Technology, Center for Education and Human Resource Development), which is the School Education Standards Determination Branch that is located in Sanaothimi, Bhaktapur, releases a Notice Regarding Changes in Teacher and Staff Dress Code.
Education Development and Coordination Unit, all levels, both national and local, says the school clothes worn by the teachers will be replaced as per the decision of the Center dated 2079-02-06 by the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology, Singha Durbar. In response to an appeal from the Nepal Teachers’ Federation, there was a revision of the dress code.
Teacher and staff dress code
1) Suits (i.e., can be Coats or Paints) Dark Gray-Male or Female
2) Shirt (i.e., can be light blue)-For both females and males
3) Jacket (i.e., can be Dark Gray)-For both female or male (according to season)
4) Sweater (i.e., can be Maroon)-For both females and males (according to the season)
5) Shoes (i.e., they can be black) -For both females and males
6) Sari, Blouse, Kurta Suruwal ( unchanged)
Teachers, as well as staff, can obtain a sample of dresses from the Nepal Teachers Federation.
PS: Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology, Singha Durbar (Nepal National Teachers Association, Kathmandu)