Some Went Far Out To Criticize The Dress Code Law
The Federal Directorate of Education [FDE] issued a dress code to the teaching and non-teaching staff and some people are having issues dissolving the law. People just won’t have it, yet HAVE to listen to the law!
This is the first time that the teaching and non-teaching staff have been forced a dress code in such a manner. Proper hygiene for every staff member is also made mandatory to keep every individual in shape.
This guy took the dress code law situation and went straight to the Prime Minister
Talibanization is happening in #Pakistan, @ImranKhanPTI
In govt schools, male & female teacher have to follow dress code, no jeans, t shirt for m/f@fawadchaudhry @GeneralBakshi @majorgauravarya @SMQureshiPTI @Arzookazmi30 @arifaajakia @TahirGora @anis_farooqui @husainhaqqani
— NRaj2020 (@NRaj2020) September 7, 2021
Every sector has its kind of response. Teachers, students, non-teaching staff, parents all have their perspectives, views, and feedback in this regard. The public on twitter is slamming FDE for the dress code law initiative.
Starting with the teachers, as they are the ones that are most affected by the law. Teachers are having a serious issue as they have to step out of their comfort zones in terms of clothing.
Slammed the government regarding dress code in this country
Federal Directorate of Education issues dress code for male, female teachers – Pakistan – https://t.co/9U0ycs0Grr
When your focus is not education but everything else.
No surprise that only one University in Pakistan is in top 500 and that too after 450
— Dr. Rana Jawad Asghar (@jasghar) September 7, 2021
Dr. Rana Jawad Asghar tweeted that Pakistani education system is not giving the attention to the areas which has to be emended on the priority based. He slammed the educational system by saying, “When your focus is not education but everything else. No surprise that only one University in Pakistan is in top 500 and that too after 450.”
The administrators, security team, janitors, and other non-teaching staff are also been commanded to have proper hygiene and a proper dress code to be followed. The security teams and janitors are instructed to have a proper uniform with related shoes.
The students always have dress codes and are fined when they are not having, a proper dress code. Students have no such effect of the newly implemented law. This will just make an institution look more structural.
NO CHILL about the dress code law and in fact this guy showed another perspective
1. There’s a difference between ‘Orders’ and ‘Recommendations’, learn to read before you share
2. FDE recommended FORMAL dress code for both Male & Female teachers, but you mentioned only female, shows your bias
3. Shalwar Qameez & Dupatta is our cultural dress as well pic.twitter.com/Ol9hs9tN5W
— Muhammad Waseem (@m_waseem_86) September 8, 2021
Waseem showed us an angle that others did not see about the dress code law, not even other news outlets. He indicated that there was more of an imposition on men and a recommendation for women when it comes to how strict they have been. The person tweeting also very nicely put it – ‘this is the mindset of education bureaucracy in Islamabad not Kabul.”
To get the background context, take a look on what the Government said about passing a dress code law on what male and female teachers can wear at schools