Seductive dresses (i.e. dresses that reveal parts of the body that should be concealed) e.g. thin-strapped (spaghetti) or strapless blouses, worn without a jacket, transparent or see-through blouses, skimpy shirts or knickers that reveal parts of the body when the wearer bends down, show-me-your chest, backless, sleeveless.
Any clothes/materials that conceal the facial identity of the wearer, e.g. mask, dark glasses, etc;
Tight clothes, e.g. legies, body hugs, pencil trousers, tight blouses/skirts/trousers etc;
Wearing more than a pair of earring;
Dangling earrings, nose fixed eyelashes and ankle chain;
Skirts that are above the knees (mini), except for sporting purposes;
Tight blouses that are above the hips;
Wearing, publicly, under-clothing (e.g. singlet) except for sports purposes;
Long tight skirts, slit in front or at the sides so that they reveal sensitive parts of the body as the wearer moves;
Wearing earring(s) by male students;
Colouring of hair, perming, jerry curling, hair-plaiting/weaving, keeping of long nails, wearing of artificial finger nails by male students;
Apparels with cultic inscriptions;
Wearing of sleeveless vest, medallions, jeans with holes, scarfs, head bands, bath-room slippers, and unbuttoned shirt.
Loose ties, distractive knocking shoes.
Bathroom slippers in lecture rooms, except for medical reasons;
T-shirts with obscene inscriptions;
Shirts without buttons or not properly buttoned, revealing the wearerâ€™s chest unduly;
Ass level/earth level/sagging trousers;
The following conducts are forbidden:
No students should carry babies into lecture/test/exam venues;
Students not wearing their I.D. Cards within the College premises.
Fighting, within and outside the College premises, noisy exchange of word or abuse;
Dragging feet on the floor in lecture rooms, offices, halls or library;
Disturbing, loud-talking in the library;
Dropping dirts/waste on ground in College premises;
Insubordination (rudeness) to staff performing his/her legitimate duties;
Cell phone ringing and call taking during lectures;