The following rules shall be observed by members for introducing guests:

  • Individuals who are unlikely to meet the criteria for becoming members of the club as per Article 5 of the club shall not be introduced as guests by any member.
  • Introducing member shall be responsible for entering the names and address of the guests with his own name in the Guest register/Visitors Book kept with the reception/Assistant Secretary. The entry of outstation guest will be restricted to a maximum of seven days in any calendar month.
  • A member can introduce only four accompanied guests in the month of June and six accompanied/unaccompanied guests rest of the year.
  • Accompanied guests charges will be levied @ Rs 60/- (plus GST) per guest and for children above 12 years of age.
  • Members who are introducing the unaccompanied guests will brief the guests about the rules and regulations of the Club. If unaccompanied guests do not adhere to the rules and regulations of the Club, then action will be taken against the introducing member, as considered appropriate by the Executive Committee.

All members and dependents shall be required to obtain the Club identify card (smart card) and produce it for verification whenever asked by receptionist, club office staff or while signing the members register or signing credit memo/chits.

Dress Code

All members and their guests visiting the Club are requested to strictly follow the following Dress Code:

Formal Dress for Gents
  • Lounge Suit / Safari Suit / Combination / Blazer / Nehru Jacket.
  • Shirts tucked in with trousers.
  • Turban for Sikh Gentlemen.
  • Leather Shoes with Socks.
National Dress
  • Kurta with collars and buttoned down cuffs with Churidar pyjamas with Waist coat / Achkan / Jacket (Pyjamas not allowed).
  • Leather Shoes with Socks (No Sandals / Chappals).
Informal Dress for Gents
  • Shirts with collars (including Chinese collars) and tucked in with trousers.
  • T-Shirt with collars and tucked in with trousers / jeans.
  • Shoes with Socks. (No Sports Shoes).
  • Turban for Sikh gentlemen/ Patkas for school going children.
Dress Code for Ladies
  • Formal: Sarees / Suits / Formal trousers and Coat.
  • Informal Ladies are requested to adhere to a decent dress wear.
Dress items NOT allowed inside the Club premises (For both Ladies & Gents).
  • T-Shirts without collars/ round neck / Torn Jeans.
  • Tracksuits / Jogging / Bermuda Shorts & Sports Shoes.
  • Mini Skirts / Shorts for ladies (no restriction for girls up to 12 years of age).
  • Slippers / Chappals and Sandals.
  • Patkas / Caps for Sikh gentlemen.
  • Shoes without Socks.
  • Sports shoes,casual shoes and sneakers are NOT permitted inside the bar & dining hall for both Ladies & Gents.
  • Hats inside Bar.

Note

  • Any individual who is found to be violating the Dress Code shall not be permitted to enter the Club premises. Leather Shoes for changing and T shirts with collars for purchase are available at the Reception.
  • Appropriate sportswear both for ladies and gents is permitted in the outdoor/ indoor Sports area, front Court yard and Wash rooms till 8 PM only.