Dhoti-Kurta & Saree to take over conventional Convocation gown

Dhoti-Kurta & Saree to take over conventional Convocation gown

At the 21st Convocation Ceremony being held at Mohan Lal Sukhadia University on 21st December, the students will be seen clad in traditional attire against the conventional black graduation gown and cap.

 

Dhoti-Kurta & Saree to take over conventional Convocation gown

At the 21st Convocation Ceremony being held at Mohan Lal Sukhadia University on 21st December, the students will be seen clad in traditional attire against the conventional black graduation gown and cap. 

It will be for the first time in the history of MLSU where the men will wear Dhoti-Kurta and Pagdi (traditional Rajasthani turban) and women will wear sari or suit and receive their degree.

Registrar Shankerlal Chaudhary informed that this year, around 160 toppers including PhD scholars will receive degree in the convocation ceremony. Also, traditional garments (closed neck suits with Rajasthani safa) are detailed for Board of Management and University Officials.

Vice Chancellor, prof I.V Trivedi said, “Permission for the use of traditional clothes for the convocation has been taken. This is an attempt to discard the westernized way and adopt Indian traditional attire that will also attract youth towards our roots.”

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