GENERAL PROCEDURE ON REGISTRATION AND CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION OF SCHOOLS, MANAGERS AND TEACHERS
45. Before registering a person as a teacher or granting authority or a permit for him to teach as an unregistered teacher, the Director-General may require him to submit to a medical examination.
46. Whenever any application is made for registration of a school or of a manager or of a teacher or for authority to employ an unregistered teacher the Director-General may require the applicant to make such further declaration or supply such further particulars as may seem to him necessary and any statement so made or information so furnished shall be deemed to be embodied in the application under consideration.
47. An applicant for registration of a school who receives notice from the Director-General under section 23 of the conditions under which the school may be registered may within 14 days of the receipt of the notice and in accordance with section 56 appeal through the Director-General to the Appeals Board against the imposition of all or any of such conditions.
—(1) Whenever the Director-General has come to a decision in the exercise of his discretion under section 24, 25, 28, 33, 34, 38, 39, 42, 43 or 54, he shall serve notice in writing thereof upon each person who as applicant, supervisor, manager, teacher or unregistered teacher, as the case may be, appears to him to be directly and adversely affected by his decision stating the grounds for the decision, due regard being had to the requirements of public security, and shall supply to each such person a copy of this section and of sections 49, 56, 57, 58, 59 and 60.
(2) Any person who as applicant, supervisor, manager, teacher or unregistered teacher is adversely affected by such decision may within 14 days of the service of the notice appeal by notice in writing through the Director-General in accordance with section 56 —
in all other cases to the Appeals Board constituted under section 13:
Provided that the Minister may direct that any appeal made to him shall be heard by the Appeals Board.
Cancellation of registration to involve immediate suspension unless Director-General otherwise permits
—(1) A school in respect of which registration is cancelled under section 25 shall cease to be carried on with effect from the date of service of notice under section 48:
Provided that the Director-General in his discretion and subject to such conditions as he may think fit may by notice in writing to the supervisor permit the school to be carried on until the determination of any appeal from the cancellation.
(2) A supervisor, manager or teacher who receives notice under section 48(1) of an adverse decision of the Director-General under section 28, 34 or 39 respectively, and an unregistered teacher who receives such notice under section 43, shall be suspended from duty with effect from the date of service of the notice:
Provided that the Director-General may in his discretion and subject to such conditions as he may think fit by notice in writing withhold the suspension until the determination of any appeal.
(3) A supervisor, manager or teacher who receives notice under section 48(1) of an adverse decision of the Director-General under section 25, 28, 34, 39 or 43 shall deliver to the Director-General any certificate of registration or any authority to teach or copy thereof issued to him under the provisions of this Act, whether or not notice of appeal under section 48(2) has been given and before any such notice is given.
50. Where the Director-General has cancelled the registration of a school and has not under the proviso to section 49(1) permitted the school to be carried on it shall be an offence for any pupil of the school or for any other person without the written authority of the Director-General to be or to assemble on the premises thereof, and in every case to which this section applies it shall be lawful for any police officer to enter upon those premises and for such purpose to use such force as appears to him to be necessary.