—(1) Upon an application for the registration of a school the Director-General after such inquiry as may be necessary shall —
register the school;
inform the applicant in writing of the conditions, if any, under which the school may be registered; or
if the application is refused, specify the provision of this Act under which the application is refused.
(2) The conditions referred to in subsection (1) may include the acceptance by the persons proposed as managers of the school of a constitution, written scheme or deed of trust providing for the management of the school and the administration of the property and revenues as proposed by the Director-General in each case and the execution of the constitution, written scheme or deed of trust by the proper parties thereto.
(3) When a school is registered, the Director-General shall issue to the supervisor thereof a certificate of registration in the Form 2 set out in the Schedule in which shall be specified the premises in which the school may be conducted and the supervisor shall cause a copy of the certificate together with a list drawn up in such languages as may be determined by the Director-General of the names of the —
registered teachers; and
unregistered teachers, if any, who are authorised or permitted to teach in that school,
to be exhibited in a conspicuous place in every building in which the school is to be conducted.
(4) No school shall be opened for instructional purposes until the certificate of registration has been issued by the Director-General and exhibited with the list referred to in subsection (3).