• ‘No Jeans, T-Shirts’: CBI Directs Staff To Wear Formals On Duty

    The directive was issued after it was noticed that some staff members were not "attired properly" in the office.
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    Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director Subodh Kumar Jaiswal in an order made it mandatory for all officials of the agency to be dressed in formals in the office and warned that casual wear dressing will not be tolerated.

     

    The order stated that the men should be dressed in shirts, formal trousers, and formal shoes with proper shaving. They also have to with proper shaving. On the other hand, the women employees of the CBI have been asked to wear only sarees, suits, formal shirts, and trousers. 

     

    “No jeans, T-shirts, sports shoes, chappals, ad casual attire is allowed in office,” said the order. 


    The order directed heads of branches of the CBI across the country to ensure the concerned guidelines to be strictly followed.

     

    According to reports, the directive was issued after it was noticed that some staff members were not "attired properly" in the office.

     

    It is to be mentioned that Jaiswal took over as the 33rd director of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on May 26, a post that was lying vacant since February. 

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