—(1) For the purposes of this Part, a qualified person shall, during his period of pupillage, be known as a pupil and a person with whom a pupil serves his period of pupillage or any part thereof shall be known as a master.
(2) Subject to this section and section 14, the prescribed period of pupillage shall be 6 months.
(3) A pupil shall, before his application for admission is heard, attend and satisfactorily complete a course of instruction organised or recognised by the Board for the purposes of this section unless exempted therefrom under section 12(2).
(4) No person shall, without the special leave in writing of the Board, hold any office or engage in any employment of whatsoever kind and whether full-time or part-time during his period of pupillage.
(5) Subsection (4) shall not —
apply to service as a legal officer;
apply to service as an Assistant Public Prosecutor in the Attorney-General’s Chambers; or
preclude a pupil receiving remuneration from his master.