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KARNATAKA EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (REGISTRATION AND RECOGNITION OF COMMERCE INSTITUTE) RULES, 1999

KARNATAKA EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (REGISTRATION AND RECOGNITION OF COMMERCE INSTITUTE) RULES, 1999
1. Title and commencement.—(1) These rules may be called the Karnataka Educational Institutions (Registration and Recognition of Commerce Institute) Rules, 1999. (2) They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.}

2. Definitions.—In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires.—(a) "Act" means the Karnataka Education Act, 1983 (Karnataka Act 1 of 1995);(b) "Form" means forms appended to these rules;(c) "Institute" means the Commerce Institute where education in Typewriting, Shorthand and other Commerce subjects is imparted;(d) "Registering Authority" means the Joint Director of Public Instruction of the respective Division;(e) "Section" means section of the Act.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.}

3. Procedure for Registering of Institutes.—(1) Every application for registering an Institute under Section 31 shall be in Form I and shall be filed before the Registering Authority, only in the month of October every academic year.(2) Every such application shall be accompanied by a Registration Fee which shall be one thousand rupees in case of applicant belonging to the Scheduled Castes or the Scheduled Tribes and two thousand rupees in case of others, in the form of a Account Payee Demand Draft, drawn within one month before the date of application for registration, in favour of the Registering Authority. The demand draft shall be made payable at the Bank, located in the headquarters of the Registration Authority or in the surrounding locality.(3) The Registration fee once paid shall not be refunded where registration is granted. Where registration is refused, the amount of the registration fee paid shall be refunded without interest to the applicant, through a crossed cheque within three months from the date of refusal.(4) The applicant shall furnish information regarding.—(a) the exact location of starting the Institute;(b) its full postal address;(c) accommodation proposed to be provided;(d) whether it has own building or rented building, along with necessary documents;(e) Staff proposed to be appointed;(f) funds at the disposal of the Management; and(g) such other information as may be specified by the Registering Authority.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.}

4. Registration of New Institutes.—(1) The Registering Authority shall, before issue of a Certificate of registration, satisfy itself that.—(a) there is an actual need for an Institute in the locality and there is no Institute within a distance of two kilometres from the proposed Institute in the case of rural areas, and one kilometre in the case of urban areas, by the shortest public road;(b) the proposed Institute is financially sound;(c) the premises are well-lighted and ventilated with sufficient accommodation for conducting Typewriting, Shorthand and other subjects;(d) the teaching staff appointed are duly qualified as specified under Rule 23;(e) the applicant has enclosed a photocopy of the Khata certificate in case of own building, or a consent letter from the owner in case of rented building. (2) The Registering Authority shall, 'within a period of three months from the date of receipt of the application, register the Institute and issue a Certificate of Registration in Form 2, if all the conditions specified for registration have been complied with. The certificate of Registration shall be sent to the applicant by Registered post.(3) The Institute shall start functioning within two months from the date of receipt of Certificate of Registration, and the date of starting the Institute shall be intimated to the Registering Authority, within two months from the date of receipt of Certificate of Registration.(4) The Registration Fee received under the sub-rule (2) shall be held in a fixed Deposit Account, opened in the name of the Registering Authority, in the nearest Nationalised Bank/Scheduled Bank. The Registering Authority shall maintain the accounts in a register in respect of registration and registration fees received in Form 3.(5) The refusal order shall indicate the grounds for such refusal and shall be in writing and communicated to the applicant.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 5. Registration of an Existing Recognised Institute.—(1) For registration of a Institute referred to in Section 33 shall file a statement in Form 4 within six months from the date of commencement of these rules, or from the date of appointment of the Registering Authority whichever is later.(2) No fee shall be payable for registration of an Institute under sub-rule (1).(3) On being satisfied that the Institute is fit in all respects to be registered, the Registering Authority shall issue a certificate of Registration in Form 5, within a period of three months.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 6. Form of Register of Institutes.—The Registering Authority shall maintain a Register of registered Institutes in Form 6. Every such Register shall be firmly bound and given running Folio Number. On exhaustion of all the Folios, the date of such exhaustion shall be recorded by the Registering Authority on the first inner page.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 7. Recognition of New Institutes.—Every registered institute shall make an application in Form 7 to the Competent Authority along with a Fee of one hundred rupees by way of a Demand Draft, made payable to the Joint Director of Public Instruction of the respective Division, and seeking Recognition, within a period of two months from the date of starting the Institute.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 8. Conditions for Recognition.—(1) Every Institute seeking Recognition shall—(a) Pay a Security Deposit of One thousand rupees through Demand Draft, made payable to the Joint Director of Public Instruction of the respective division, and enclose to the application;(b) Meet the conditions specified for teaching staff, accommodation, furniture, equipment, syllabi and reference books under these rules;(c) Make admissions in accordance with these rules;(d) Charge only such rate of fees as prescribed by the Department from time to time;(e) Does not undertake or allow job-typing within the premises of the Institute;(f) Maintain all records and registers specified under the Act and the rules;(g) provide reading and reference facilities;(h) ensure that the principal and staff possess the qualifications prescribed for appointment;(i) ensure that in the case of an institute in a town having a population of twenty-five thousand and above at least six type writers and in the case of an institute situated in places where population is less than twenty-five thousand, at least four typewriters are kept in good working condition at all times;(j) provide furniture of the following minimum dimensions; Tables 27 "wide x 30" height x 18" breadth/lengthStools 12 "wide x 21" height x 12" breadth/length;(k) provide all the reference/text books, teaching aids, equipment like blackboard, wall clocks, stopwatch, storage cabinet and a set of essential typewriter tools;(1) provide in respect of Shorthand classes, either desks, or tables and stools or chairs, if tables are provided, each student should have an independent table with a stool or chair. The institute should have Shorthand Dictionary, General Dictionary, Shorthand Charts and approved books;(m) provide in respect of theory subjects, desks, or tables and stools or chairs;(n) submit periodical statistical returns as on 31st December every year, in Form 9 to the Competent Authority;(o) undertake to abide by the orders and instructions issued by the Department from time to time;(p) keep open the institute for visits and inspections by the officers of the Department not below the rank of the Assistant Director of Public Instruction (Commerce Education), unless it is specifically notified as exempt;(q) not teach a subject or grade for which it is not recognised without the previous permission of the Department; and(r) present candidates only for Commerce Examination conducted by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.(2) The institute which does not fulfill the conditions specified in sub-rule (1) may be approved provisionally for a period of three months in accordance with clause (b) of sub-section (6) of Section 36. Such institute shall not admit fresh batch of students during the period of such provisional approval.(3) The Institute granted provisional approval shall be given an opportunity to rectify the defects as pointed out in the Inspection Report, and fulfill all the conditions of Recognition and submit a compliance report within a period of one month from the date of granting provisional approval. If the action taken by the Management of the Institution is satisfactory and fulfills all the conditions of Recognition, issue a certificate of Registration in Form 8. If the Competent Authority is not for satisfied with the report, he may refuse to grant such certification.(4) Every order of grant or refusal or recognition passed under Section 36 shall be communicated to the Registering Authority and to the applicant.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 9. Recognition of Existing Institutes.—(1) An Institute referred to in clause (a) of sub-section (1) of Section 38 shall fulfill all the conditions of recognition, except that.—(i) no such institute shall be required to pay the security deposit;(ii) no fee shall be collected if it is a Government institute provided it complies with the provisions of the Act and the rules within a period of six month, and makes an application to the Competent Authority in Form 7.(2) All the Institutes which are established and recognised in accordance with rules in force immediately before the commencement of this Act and in existence at such commencement shall be deemed to be Educational Institutions established and recognised under this Act and the rules made thereunder.(3) The Institute imparting Commerce Education, which is in existence at the commencement of this Act, but which has not been recognised in accordance with the rules in force immediately before such commencement shall discontinue to impart Commerce Education from such commencement unless within sixty days of such commencement, an application for recognition is made as per Form 8 in accordance with the provisions of the Act and the rules made thereunder, and every such application shall be disposed of within sixty days of its receipt by the Competent Authority. No such Institute shall run after the application for its recognition is rejected.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 10. Up-gradation of Institute.—For the purpose of Section 32, an Institute may make an application to the Registering Authority in Form 7 for grant of permission or up-gradation accompanied by a fee of fifty rupees only, and such application shall be made only in the month of October. The Certificate of Registration issued to such Institute shall be amended accordingly. The Institute shall apply for grant of recognition, in Form 7 for the additional subject for which permission has been granted. The Department shall grant recognition for such additional subject only, if the Institute is already granted recognition for the other subjects.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 11. Withdrawal of Recognition.—If an Institute which has been recognised or approved provisionally fails to fulfill one or more of the conditions of recognition and fails to comply with the orders of the Competent Authority, such non-compliance shall be recorded in writing and communicated to the Institute to remedy the defects and submit compliance report to the Competent Authority within one month from the date of receipt of such communication. If such Institute fails to submit compliance report within the specified period or if the action taken by the Institute in remedying the defects, in the opinion of the Competent Authority, is unsatisfactory, the Management shall be asked to show cause as to why recognition should not be withdrawn. If the explanation offered by the Institute is not acceptable, the Competent Authority may withdraw the recognition granted to the said Institute by an order, which shall be communicated to the Institute by Registered Post.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 12. Appeal.—Any person may prefer an appeal under Section 130 within a period of thirty days from the date of order made under these rules. For the purpose of this rule the Commissioner for Public Instruction shall be the Appellate Authority. The provisions of the Karnataka Educational Institutions (appeal, revisions and review) Rules, 1998 shall apply mutatis Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 13. Admission.—(1) Application for admission to the Institute shall be made in Form 10. A single application be issued for all the subjects together, in case a student seeks admission for all subjects at a time. Only one admission fee and one reading room fee shall be collected from such students. If the student takes up an additional subject during the term only admission fee shall be collected for the additional subject but not the reading room fee. A student desirous of joining the higher grade after passing the lower grade shall seek fresh admission.(2) No Institute shall admit a student who has studied in another recognised Institute without production of the Transfer Certificate.(3) No Institute shall refuse admission merely on the ground that he/she belongs to a particular community, religion, caste or creed.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 14. Category of students.—Students of the Institute are categorised as follows.—(a) School candidates.—School candidates shall fulfill the following conditions namely.—(i) Students who possess the minimum educational qualifications prescribed shall be admitted as school candidates. Only such students shall be eligible to take the examination conducted by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board. Students who are on the rolls of Institutes as on 15th February are eligible to take up examinations in the month of November of the same year and such of the students who are on the rolls as on 15th September are eligible to take up examinations in the month of May of the following year, provided their names appear in the list of school candidates submitted to the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board and also they have put in a minimum attendance of one hundred and eighty days from the date of admission up to the date of examination;(ii) The minimum qualification for admission to the Junior Grade in Typewriting, Shorthand and other theory subjects shall be a pass in S.S.L.C. or equivalent examination;(iii) A student who has passed the Junior Grade Examination in English Shorthand or equivalent Examination and has put in a minimum of sixty working days of attendance from the date of admission up to the date of the examination, shall be eligible to appear for the intermediate examination in English Shorthand at the immediate next examination;(iv) A student who has passed the Junior Grade Examination in English Typewriting or Kannada Typewriting or Kannada Shorthand shall be eligible to appear for the Senior Grade Examination in the respective subject and language provided he/she has put in a minimum attendance of one hundred eighty days from the date of admission up to the date of examination;(v) A student who has passed the Intermediate Grade Examination in English Shorthand and has put in a minimum attendance of sixty working days up to the date of the examination shall be eligible to appear for the Senior Grade Examination in English Shorthand, at the immediate next examination;(vi) A student who has passed the Senior Grade Examination in English Typewriting or Kannada Typewriting or English Shorthand or Kannada Shorthand or equivalent examination and has put in a minimum of one hundred and eighty working days of attendance up to date of the examination shall be eligible to appear for the Proficiency Grade Examination in the respective subject and language;(vii) A student who has passed the Junior Grade Examination in Theory Subjects, and has put in a minimum of one hundred and eighty working days of attendance up to the date of examination shall be eligible to appear for the Senior Grade Examination in the respective subjects;(viii) The Examination in English Typewriting, Kannada Typewriting, and Kannada Shorthand in Junior, Senior and proficiency Grades; in English Shorthand in Junior, Intermediate, Senior and Proficiency Grades, and in Theory Subjects in Junior and Senior Grade shall be held twice every year, i.e., in May/June and November/December.(b) Practicing Students.—A student who does not possess the minimum prescribed educational qualification may be admitted to the Institute as a Practicing Student. He shall not be eligible to appear for the Commerce Examination until he is qualified in accordance with rules and has put in minimum term days after acquiring the minimum qualification.(c) Repeaters.—A candidate who has once appeared for the Commerce Examination and failed at the examination shall be treated as Repeater for the respective subject and grade. A candidate who has completed term days and absent for the examination may also be treated as a Repeater.(d) Private Candidates.—The following classes of candidates shall be considered as Private Candidates. They need not put in the required term days for appearing for commerce examinations. Candidates mentioned under (i) and (ii) below shall apply and obtain permission of the Kamataka Secondary Education Examination Board before the end of December for the next May/June Examination, and before the end of July for the November/December Examination.—(i) Candidates who have obtained prior permission of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board to appear by private study, on the conditions laid down by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board from time to time;(ii) Teachers of Commerce Institute shall be eligible to appear for the Commerce Examinations as private candidates.(e) Candidates desiring improvement in results.—A candidate desirous of improving his/her result shall be eligible to appear for the Examination for the same subject and grade within two years from the date of announcement of result, after applying and obtaining necessary permission in writing from the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.(f) Candidates from other States.—In case of students from other States who wish to take up the Commerce Examination in this State at the higher grades, in the absence of any parity of standards with other States, such candidates in all only be eligible to be admitted as school candidates, for the subject at the lowest level, irrespective of the Certificate they may have obtained in their native State.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 15. Parity of Standards.—(1) The Diploma-in-Craftsmanship in Stenography (English) awarded by the Directorate General of Employment and Training, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India is treated as equivalent to the Junior Shorthand and Junior Typewriting Examination in English.(2) A pass in II Year Diploma Examination in Commercial Practice conducted by the Board of Technical Education of Karnataka is equivalent to a pass in Junior Grade Examination in Typewriting and Shorthand of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board in the respective language.(3) A pass in III Year Diploma Examination in Commercial Practice conducted by the Board of Technical Education of Karnataka is equivalent to a pass in Senior Grade Examination in Typewriting and Shorthand of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board in the respective language.(4) A pass in the Basic Examination of Secretarial Practice (English) of the Directorate General of Employment and Training, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, is equivalent to a pass in the Junior Grade Examination in English Typewriting and English Shorthand of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.(5) A pass in the Advanced Examination of Secretariat Practice (English) of the Directorate General of Employment and Training, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, is equivalent to a pass in the Senior Grade Examination in English Typewriting and English Shorthand of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.(6) A pass in the II Year B.A. (Secretarial Practice) Examination of the University of Mysore, is equivalent to a pass in Junior Grade Examination in English Typewriting and English Shorthand of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.(7) A pass in the III Year B.A. (Secretarial Practice) Examination of the University of Mysore, is equivalent to a pass in Senior Grade Examination in English Typewriting and English Shorthand of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 16. Rustication of Students.—(1) Students shall be rusticated for such period which shall not exceed one year by the Registering Authority in the following cases.—(a) Students who are found to have secured admission or attempted to secure admission by means of false or forged School Leaving Certificate or by false representation of any kind;(b) Students who have been found guilty of misconduct.(2) No students shall be rusticated without giving an opportunity of being heard.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 17. Fees for Transfer Certificate.—No fees shall be charged for Transfer Certificate or Pass Certificate/Marks Card. A fee of Five Rupees may be charged for duplicate copy of the Transfer/Leaving Certificate.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 18. Class Hours.—The duration of each class in Typewriting Shorthand and Theory Subjects shall be forty-five minutes. The Institutes shall work six days in a week. The Institute shall notify the working hours, for information of the public.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 19. Holidays and Vacations.—The Institute shall observe all the General Holidays approved by the Department of Public Instruction. The Institute may observe, in addition, four days of holidays in a year, according to local needs, with due intimation to the Registering Authority. It shall also observe two vacations of one week duration each, one after the May/June examination and another after November/December examination each year.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 20. Qualification of teaching staff.—(1) Following shall be the minimum qualifications for the teaching staff of the Institute.—(a) The Principal employed in the Institute shall have passed at least Pre-University Course or equivalent examination and in addition, shall have passed Senior Grade Examination in Typewriting or Shorthand or equivalent examination, as the case may be;(b) The Instructor employed in the Institute to teach Typewriting and Shorthand in Junior and Senior Grades shall have passed at least Pre-University Course or equivalent examination and shall have passed Senior Grade Examination in Typewriting or Shorthand or equivalent examination in the respective language, as the case may be;(c) The Instructor employed in the Institute to teach proficiency Grade Typewriting or Shorthand shall be a Graduate of a recognised University and shall have passed Senior Grade Examination in the respective subjects or a pass in the Pre-University course or equivalent examination, and in addition shall have passed the Proficiency Grade Examination in Typewriting or Shorthand in the respective language, conducted by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board;(d) The Instructor for teaching Theory subjects shall have passed a Degree in Commerce of a recognised University, or any graduate with Diploma in Commerce awarded by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board or Equivalent Examination.(2) The Principal and the instructor employed in the Institute must have attained the age of eighteen years and not attained the age of sixty years.(3) The management shall report to the Registering Authority all the appointments made within three months from the date of such appointments and the Registering Authority shall grant approval for such appointments, in accordance with the rules, within three months from the date of receipt of the application.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 21. Instructor/Student Ratio.—The Instructor/Student Ratio in respect of typewriting and shorthand classes shall be 25:1, and in respect of theory subjects 40:1. Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 22. Change in Management.—(1) If the Management of a duly recognised Institute is inherited by a legal successor, it shall be deemed as no change in the Management. The Legal Successor shall duly intimate the change in the Management in Form 12 to the Registering Authority, with necessary documents, and shall obtain approval within three months from the date of change in the Management.(2) If the Management of a recognised Institute is changed due to sale, and the Institute continues to be in the same building, it shall be deemed as change in the Management. The buyer shall intimate the change in the Form 12, with necessary documents, to the Registering Authority within three months from the date of purchase of the Institute and obtain approval of the same. The buyer shall also give a declaration in writing to run the Institute in accordance with the rules, and instructions of the Department, issued from time to time.(3) In case of change in the Management under sub-rule (1) and (2) the Institute is shifted to a different place, it shall be treated as a new institute. The Management of such institute shall seek fresh registration and Recognition as per rules, within three months from the date of such change, and obtain approval from the Registering Authority.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 23. Shifting of Institute.—(1) A Recognised Institute should not be shifted from the permitted place to any place without obtaining prior permission by the Registering Authority. The Registering Authority after necessary verification of the new premises, with respect to its suitability to run the Institute, and if there is no violation of the conditions of the Registration and Recognition, approve such shifting.(2) No Registered and Recognised Institute shall be permitted to shift from one town to another town, or one city to another city.(3) The application for shifting the Institute shall be submitted in Form 12 to the Registering Authority.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 24. Maintenance of Records.—(1) Every Recognised Institute shall maintain the following Registers and Records, namely.—(a) Admission Form File.—The Application Form for Admission to the Institution shall be serially numbered and properly filled for each financial year separately, from 1st April to the 31st March of the next year. The files are to be preserved for at least five years.(b) Admission Registers.—Fresh Admission Numbers shall be assigned from 1st April every year. All the columns in the Admission Registers shall be properly filled and attested by the Head of the Institute every month. This shall be a permanent record.(c) Fee receipt.—Printed Fee Receipt Books should be maintained in Form 14. It shall be serially numbered and shall have full details of the different kinds of fees collected. The carbon copy of the Fee Receipt should be preserved for at least Five years. (d) Fee Collection Register.—All kinds of fees collected shall be entered in the Fee Collection Register. Monthly abstract of the fees collected shall be properly drawn. The Fee Collection Register shall be in Form 15 and shall be retained for at least Five years.(e) Cash Book.—Daily receipts and payments shall be recorded in the Cash Book as per in Form 16 and balanced every month. Cash Book shall be preserved for at least Five years.(f) Library and Reading Room Account.—Library and Reading Room Fee collected shall be maintained separately and expenditure shall be accounted for. This shall be retained for at least Five years.(g) Staff Attendance Register.—Attendance Register of the staff shall be maintained, irrespective of the number of staff. This shall be a permanent record.(h) Students Attendance Register.—The names of the students, in each subject and grade, shall be entered in the Attendance Register under separate serial numbers. Attendance shall be marked daily and initialed by the Instructor. The Students Attendance Register shall be retained for Five years.(i) Voucher File.—Vouchers shall be obtained in respect of every payment made. They shall be kept from 1st April to 31st March every year, and shall be serially numbered and filed. Cross reference to voucher numbers shall be indicated in voucher column of the Cash Book. The Voucher's File shall be retained for at least Five years.(j) Acquittance Roll.—Payment of honorarium shall be recorded in the Acquittance Roll, the signature of the receiver obtained and the disbursement certified. This shall be a permanent record.(k) Stock Registers.—The stock of the assets of the Institute shall be classified and recorded in the Stock Register with details of the items, date of purchase, invoice value, etc., as in Form 17. This shall be a permanent record.(1) Transfer Certificate Book.—The Transfer Certificate Book shall be maintained in Form 11. This shall be a permanent record.(m) Records of Periodical Tests.—Records of conduct of periodical tests and mechanism classes shall be maintained. This shall be retained for at least Five years.(n) Admission Ticket, Marks Card and Certificate Issue Register.—Admission Ticket, Marks Card and Certificates issue Register shall be maintained. This shall be a permanent record.(o) Follow-up Register.—Observations made and instructions issued by the Departmental Officers at the time of visits or inspections shall be recorded and action taken shall be noted and intimated to the Registering Authority.(p) Examination Fees Collection Receipt.—The Receipt of Collection Examination Fees shall be in Form 18.(2) The Head of the Institute/Principal shall be responsible for maintenance of accounts, records and registers.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 25. Correspondence.—The Institute filing applications, letters, appeals, etc., shall address to the concerned authorities, duly indicating the Registration number and date, if any, and applications, letters, appeals, etc., shall be personally delivered in the concerned office and due acknowledgment obtained, or shall be sent by registered post-acknowledgement due.Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 26. The functions and the powers of the Board.—(1) The Board established for the Commerce Education under sub-section (4) of Section 10, shall have the following powers and functions namely.—(a) To advise the State Government on the Co-ordinated development of Commerce Education in the State; and(b) To advise on such other matters as may be entrusted by the State Government from time to time.(2) The terms of appointment, terms of reference and other terms and conditions shall be specified in the Notification.(3) The recommendations of the Board shall be made by a simple majority of the members present and voting. In case of equal division of votes, the Chairman of the Board shall have the right to exercise the casting vote.(4) The Board will meet at least once in six months and will examine the need for effecting from time to time, modifications or changes in the conditions of registration, recognition, etc., if necessary. The Board will examine the development of commerce education and examination, its fee structure, demands of the Commerce Educational Institutes Association of Karnataka, and such other Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 501 FORM 1 [See Rule 3]
FORM 1
[See Rule 3]
Government of Karnataka
(Department of Public Instruction) (Commerce Education)
Form of Application for Registering of New Commerce InstituteToSpecify here the Registering AuthoritySir, Court fee Stamp of Rs. 10.00 should be affixed here1. Name of the applicant (in Block letters) Sri/Smt./Kum.
Name of the father (in Block letters)And Full Address Door No.Cross/Main/Street/Locality/Block/Stage/Phase with PINCode TalukDistrict2. Name of the proposed Institute3. Whether he/she is a Government/Quasi/ Government Servant?If yes, permission letter obtained from his/her employer to run the Institute should be enclosed.4. His / Her Qualifications General Technical / Commercial5. Management and its constitution (Individual proprietorship/Registered Society/Partnership) SC/ST/Minorities/Others6. Exact location of the proposed commerce institute Door No. Cross, Main, Street Locality/Block Stage/Phase Place with PIN Code Taluk District 7. Whether proposed building is own or rented? If it is own building, attested copy of Khata certificate enclosed. If it is rented building, consent letter from the landlord to spare the building to run the commerce institute enclosed. 8. Staff proposed to be appointed (Whether full-time or part-time) shall be indicated. 9. His/Her financial capacity to start the Institute. 10. Proposed subjects and grades 11. Whether he/she is able to provide all equipment as per Rules?12. Number of existing Commerce institutes in the locality (Distance from the proposed institute to the existing institute documentary proof to be enclosed). 13. Whether he/she has enclosed the Demand Draft Name of the Demand Draft being the Registration Fee? Bank issuing, Office No.I, Sri/Smt./Kum. ......... .hereby declare that the information furnished above are true to the best of my knowledge, and I agree to follow the rules of the Department, if registration is granted to run the Institute.Date:Place: Enclosures:1. Permission letter Employer
2 . Attested copy of Khata Certificate
3 . Consent letter from landlord
4. Distance Certificate 5 . Demand Draft / Bank's Cheque
Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 502 FORM 2 [See Rule 4(2)]
FORM 2
[See Rule 4(2)]
Government of Karnataka
(Department of Public Instruction)
(Commerce Education)

Office of the
Date
Certificate NoCertificate of Registration (Commerce Education) Certified that. .......................... .(Full address of the person/Management) has been registered under Section 31 of the Karnataka Education Act, 1983 (Karnataka Act No. 1 of 1995) this day the... ....................... .(month and year) for the purpose of running a commerce institute at............. (detailed address of the institute with PIN code) 1. Serial No.
2. Registration fees paid Rs......
3. Type of Institution : SC/ST or Minority/Others
4. Subjects and grades for which permission is accorded;
The Commerce Institute is registered at SI. No....... .at page No...... ...... .of Volume No. ........... .of the Register of Registered Commerce Institutions maintained in this office. The Certificate of Registration issued herein is subject to conditions stipulated under Rule 4(1) or under any provision of the Commerce Education Rules, 1998 as amended from time to time.The registration granted is subject to withdrawal at any time in case any of the conditions of registration are violated.
Signature, Name and description and
Office Seal of the Registering Authority.
Place: Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 503 FORM 3 [See Rule 4(4)]
FORM 3
[See Rule 4(4)]
Name and Address of the Institute
Office of the Joint Director of Public Instruction........... Division
Register of Registration Fee, Security Fee and Recognition Fee
SI. No.
Date
Name of Applicant (Person or management shall be specified person, father's name shall be specified) with full postal address
Nature of management Individual/Partnership/Society/Trust
Nature of payment Regn. Fee Security Fee Recognition Fee
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)






Amount
Bank Name and address
DD No. and Date
Remarks
Signature of the Registering Authority
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)






(One Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 504 FORM 4 [See Rule 5]
FORM 4
[See Rule 5]
(Information against all columns to be furnished in full failing which the
application is able to be rejected)
To,
(Specify here the designation and address of the Registering Authority)
Sir,For and behalf of the Management of/For and on behalf of partners/on my own behalf.................... ...............…………………..this application is being submitted for registration of the said Institution under Section 33 of the Karnataka Education Act, 1983 (Karnataka Act No. 1 of 1995) for registration of an existing recognised commerce institution, namely.......................
Particulars are as follows:
(1) Name and address of the existing recognised Commerce Institution(2) Nature of the Management: (a) Individual proprietorship(b) Partnership (c) Society/Trust (Attested copy of permission letter/Partnership Deed/Memorandum of Association/Trust Deed enclosed) (3) Details of Subjects and grades for which recognition has been granted(4) No. and date of the order giving recognition and the authority (Attested copy enclosed) (5) Nature of recognition temporary/Permanent (6) KSEEB Institute Code Number (7) Number of teaching staff and non-teaching staff employed (details enclosed)(8) Any other information the applicant wished to furnish I request that a Registration Certificate may please be issued. Certified that the Information furnished above is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Yours faithfully.
Place: Date: Signature, Name and Designation of the applicant seal of the Institute Enclosures:1. Attested copy of certificate of Registration of Trust/ Management 2. Attested copy of Memorandum of Association of Trust/ Management 3. Attested copy of Certificate of Recognition 4. Details of teaching and non-teaching staffLeave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 505 FORM 5 [See Rule 5(3)]
FORM 5
[See Rule 5(3)]
Certificate of Registration for recognised Commerce Institution Existing at the commencement of the Act
SI. No.Certified that................................................... has been running the following courses at the commencement of the Karnataka Education Act, 1983 (Karnataka Act No. 1 of 1995)1. KSEEB Institute Code 2. Subjects, Grades and intake3. Name and Address of the Registering Authority 4. Recognition Order Number and Date5. Nature of recognition. Temporary/Permanent6. Security amount paid Rs.......(DD/Banker's Cheque No..............Dated.........)This Certificate is issued this......... .day of........ of one thousand nine hundred.................. ………………….This Commerce Institution is registered at SI. No........of page No.... ...... .of Volume No. .......... .of Register of Recognised Commerce Institutions maintained in this office.The Certificate of Registration is issued in accordance with Section 33 of the Karnataka Education Act, 1983 (Karnataka Act No. 1 of 1995) and Rule 5 of the Karnataka Educational Institutions (Registration and Recognition of Commerce Institutes) Rules, 1998, and is subject to withdrawal for violation of any of the conditions. Place:
Signature, Name and Designation of the
Registering Authority Official Seal
Date: Enclosures: 1. Attested copy of certificate of Registration of Trust/Management2. Attested copy of Memorandum of Association of Trust/Management 3. Attested copy of Certificate of Recognition4. Details of teaching and non-teaching staff Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 506 FORM 6 [See Rule 6]
FORM 6
[See Rule 6]
Office of the Joint Director of Public Instruction. …………………Division
Register of Registered Commerce Institutes
SI. No.
Name of Application with full postal address
Name and address of the Institute (full postal address)
Whether Institute belongs to SC/ST or Minority or Others
Registration No. and Date
Recognition No. and Date
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)







Subject /grade for which recognition is granted
Nature of recognition temporary/permanent
Remarks
Signature of the Registering Authority
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)





(One sheet for each Institute)s
Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 507 FORM 7 [See Rules 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11]
FORM 7
[See Rules 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11]
Form of Application for Recognition of Commerce Institutes
Fresh Recognition for the year
Registration number
Provisional approval of existing recognition

Permanent Recognition


Upgradation
KSEEB Institute Code
1.
Name of Institute (in Block Letter)

2.
Location: Door No. Cross/Main/Street Locality/Block/Stage/Phase Place, Pin Code, Taluk District

3.
Registration Number and Date and the Registering Authority (Copy of the Certificate of Registration enclosed)

4.
Date of Establishment

5.
Date of Fresh Recognition /Date of renewal of Recognition (Copy of Certificate of Recognition enclosed)

6.
KSEEB Institute Code

7.
Society, Association or person owning the institute, attested copy of the bye-laws or Trust Deed or Partnership Deed enclosed

8.
Person authorised to correspond with the Department (consent or authority letter by the owner of the Institute enclosed)

9.
Financial position of the Institute (Permanent Fund and other sources of income, approximate annual income and expenditure)

10.
Subjects and grades for which recognition is sought

11.
Number of candidates on the roll as on
Subject Grade Number
13.
Accommodation available (Number of rooms to be specified)

14.
Details to typewriters, furniture and other equipment

15.
Working Hours of the Institute

16.
If Library is provided, the number of books in the Library
General Professional
17.
Rates of Fees levied

18.
Details of the Records and Registers maintained

19.
Whether the Demand Draft in respect of Security Deposit and Recognition Fee is enclosed
Name of Bank /Place of issue No.
Date
Amount
20.
Remarks


DECLARATION
Sri/Smt./Kum.................... .on behalf of the Management of the Institution, hereby declare that the information furnished above are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and I agree to abide by all the rules laid down in the conditions of Recognition of Commerce Institutes. The Management also agrees to the condition that the Institution once recognised temporarily or permanently shall not be closed down abruptly at any time. In case of closure of the institute, the institute shall obtain the permission of the Department. In case the institute is closed without obtaining previous permission for closure from the Registering Authority, the security deposit may be forfeited.Place: Date:
Signature of the Head of the Institute/Management
Enclosures: 1. Copy of Certificate of Registration 2. Copy of Certificate of Recognition 3. Attested copy of the Bye laws of Trust Deed of Partnership Deed 4. Consent letter by the owner of the Institute 5. DD/Bank's Cheque
Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 508 FORM 8 [See Rule 8(3)]
FORM 8
[See Rule 8(3)]
Office of theDate: No.
CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION
Certified that............ (Full Address of the person/Management)... .............................................................has been registered under Section 36 of the Karnataka Education Act, 1983 (Karnataka Act No. 1 of 1995) this day the .............................. . (Month and year) for the purpose of running a Commerce Institute (name) ...............................at................................ (detailed address of the Institute with PIN code)................ 1. Serial No.
2. Registration No.......
3. Recognition fees paid: Rs.................. 4. Nature of Recognition : Temporary/Permanent
5. Type of Institution : SC/ST/Minority/Others
6. Deposit paid : Rs.................
7. Subjects and Grades for which recognition is granted
6. Security
The Commerce Institute is registered at SI. No................. at page No................. of Volume No................. of the Register of Recognised Commerce Institutes maintained in this office. The Certificate of Recognition issued herein is subject to conditions stipulated under Rule 9 of the Commerce Registration and recognition of Rules, 1998, as amended from time to time.The recognition granted is subject to withdrawal at any time in case any of the conditions of recognitions are violated.Signature with name and designation of the Registering Authority with office seal. Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 509 FORM 9 [See Rule 8(2)]
FORM 9
[See Rule 8(2)]
Statistical Returns
Name and Address of the Commerce InstituteTo:
Statistical Return for the year ending from 1st January of 31st December
1.
Name of the Institution

2.
Address of the Door No. Institution Cross / Main / Street Locality/Block/Stage/Phase/Place with PIN Taluk District

3.
KSEEB Institution Code

4.
Date of Establishment

5.
Registration Number and Date (Copy of Order enclosed)

6.
Recognition number and Date (copy of order enclosed)

7.
Name of the owner /Management (if run by Management, bye-law copy enclosed)

8.
Subjects taught
Grade No of students on roll
9.
Details of students
SC/ST/Other
Total
Boys
Girls
10.
Principal / Instruction / staff
Total
11.
Typewriters
Kannada English Total
12.
Own building or rented building Furniture and other equipment

13.
(Details to be furnished)
1. Tables
2. Chairs
3. Stools
4. Desks
5. Benches
6.
7.
8.
9.
14.
Financial Position of the Institution
1. Total Receipts
2. Total payment
Balance
15.
Whether the Institute is getting any financial aid from the State Government /Central Government or from any other sources, if yes give full details and enclose order copy

16.
Remarks

The information furnished above are true and correct to the best of my knowledge.Place:Date:
Signature of the Principal/Owner with Seal
of the Institute
Enclosures:1. Copy of Certificate of Registration 2. Copy of Certificate of Recognition 3. Copy of Bye-law of Trust/Management 4. Copy of order of financial aid
Financial Position of the InstitutionLeave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 510 FORM 10 [See Rule 11]
FORM 10
[See Rule 11]
Application for Admission to the Commerce Educational Institution
Name of the Institute and Address:
1.
Name of the -applicant (in Block letters)

2.
Father's Name

3.
Residential Address

4.
Sex

5.
Date of Birth
(in figures and in words)

6.
Occupation and income of
(a) Father
(b) Guardian
(c) Applicant

7.
(a) Nationality and Religion
(b) Whether He/She belongs to
SC/ST

8.
Educational Qualifications (a) General (b) Commercial
Reg. No. with Year of passing
9.
Last Commerce Institute attended

10.
Whether leaving certificate attached

11.
Subjects /Grades for which admission is sought

I hereby declare that the information furnished above are true and correct, I shall abide by the rules, regulations and instructions of the Department issued from time to time.Place:Date:
Signature of applicant
Admission No.
Date
Signature of Principal with Seal of the
Institute
Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 511 FORM 11 [See Rule 13(2) and 23(1)]
FORM 11
[See Rule 13(2) and 23(1)]
Transfer Certificate
Name and Address of the Commerce Institute Institute Code: T.C.No.
Registration No.
Date
1.
(a) Name of the Candidate
(in Block Letters)
(b)Sex

2.
Father's Name

3.
Date of Birth
(in words and figures)

4.
Admission No. and Date

5.
(a) Whether he/she paid the fees up to date
(b) Whether he/she has returned library books

6.
Subject and grade in which the candidate was studying at the time of leaving

7.
No. of working days and number of days actually attended by the student on the date of leaving

8.
Last date attended the class

9.
SI. No. in the list of students sent to the Department as on 15th February /1 5th September
SI. No.
List as on 15th February/
15th September
10.
Date of application for Transfer Certificate

11.
Date of Issue of Transfer Certificate

12.
Character and Conduct

13.
Remarks

Place: Date:
Signature of the Principal
with Seal of the Institute
Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 512 FORM 12 [See Rule 21]
FORM 12
[See Rule 21]
Application for change of Management of Registered/Recognised
Commerce Educational Institution
FromToThe Joint Director of Public Instruction .............................Division ..........................Sir,I hereby furnish the details regarding change of management of the Institute. I request you to kindly consider and approve and communicate the same at an early date.
1.
Name and address of the Registered Commerce Institution

2.
KSEEB Institute Code

3.
Registration Number and Date (Copy enclosed)

4.
Particulars of Management as registered (Attested copy enclosed)

5.
Particulars of Management as modified (Attested copy enclosed)

6.
Reasons for change of management (Certified copies of necessary documents such as will, death certificate, sale deed, etc, enclosed)

7.
Date of Change

8.
Person authorised to correspond with the Department (Consent of Authority Letter by the owner of the Institute enclosed)

9.
Consent letter form the landlord to rent out the building to the new owner enclosed

10.
Any other Particulars


DECLARATION
I Sri/Smt./Kum................on behalf of the Management of the ... .............. Institution, hereby declare that the information furnished above are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and I agree to abide by the rulesand regulations laid down in the Conditions of Recognition of Commerce Institutions.
Yours faithfully,
Place: Date:
Signature of the Owner/Management
with Seal of the Institute
Enclosures: 1. Copy of Certificate of Registration 2. Copy of Particulars of Management as registered 3. Copy of Particulars of Management as modified 4. Certified copy of Will/Death Certificate/Sale Deed 5. Consent letter from the Management 6. Consent letter from the landlord
Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 513 FORM 13 [See Rule 22]
FORM 13
[See Rule 22]
Application for Shifting of Management of Registered Commerce
Educational Institution
From To
The Joint Director of Public Instruction,
.................Division,
....................
Sir,I hereby furnish the details regarding shifting of management of the Institute. I requestyou to kindly consider and approve and communicate the same at an early date.
1.
Name and Institution

2.
Permitted Location (Copy enclosed)

3.
KSEEB Institution Code

4.
Registration Number and date (Copy enclosed)

5.
Date of Establishment

6.
Recognition Order Number and date (Copy enclosed)

7.
Nature of recognition

8.
Details of proposed location (full address shall be given)

9.
Whether the proposed building own or rented. If it is own building, certified copy of Khata certificate enclosed. If rented building, consent letter from the landlord agreeing to rent out the building to run the institute enclosed

10.
Reasons for the proposed shifting

11.
Whether it is shifting first time or shifted earlier. If shifted previously, copy of order obtained from the Department approving the shifting enclosed.

12.
Distance by shortest public road to the nearest existing recognised Commerce Institutions (Distance Certificate enclosed)

13,
Any objections from nearby recognised Commerce Institutions

14.
Remarks


Yours faithfully,
Place:Date:
Signature of the Applicant
Seal of the Institute.
Enclosures: 1. Copy of the Certificate of Registration 2. Copy of the Certificate of Recognition 3. Certified Copy of the Khata Certificate 5. Distance Certificate
Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 514 FORM 14 [See Rule 23(c)]
FORM 14
[See Rule 23(c)]Name of Institution with Address KSEEB Institute Code Fee Collection Receipt No. Date
Name of the Student Subject Grade Month
1.
Application Fees

2.
Admission Fees

3.
Reading Room Fees

4.
Monthly Fees

5.
Fine

6.
Re-admission Fees

7.


8.



Total-

Place: Signature of Principal/Instructor
Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 515 FORM 15 [See Rule 23(d)]
FORM 15
[See Rule 23(d)]
Name and Address of the Institute:
Fee Collection Register for the Month of
SI. No.
Name of the Candidate
Subject
Grade
Appmn Fees
Admn. Fees
R.R. Fees
Monthly Fees
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)









Re-admission
Fine
Arrears
Total
Rt. No.
Date
Remarks
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)








Abstract of Fee Collection during the Month of
Application FeesAdmission FeesReading Room Fees Signature of the Principal
Monthly FeesFineRe-admission FeesArrearsTotal Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 516 FORM 16 [See Rule 23(e)]
FORM 16
[See Rule 23(e)]
Name of the Institution and Address
CASH BOOK Dr. Cr.
To Receipt Rs.Rs. Payment Rs.Rs.
Balance B/f Balance B/f
Excess of Expenditure over Excess of Income over
income contributed by the expenditure transferred to
Management Management A/c
Total Total
Signature of the Principal Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} 517 FORM 17 [See Rule 23(K)]
FORM 17
[See Rule 23(K)]
Stock Register
Name of the Institution
Sl.No,
Name of the goods and its number
Quantity (if number given, mention the number also)
Date of Purchase
Voucher Number and Date
Cost
From whom it was purchased and address(details to be noted)
Remarks
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)








Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.}
518 FORM 18 [See Rule 23(P)]
FORM 18
[See Rule 23(P)]
Name of the Institution with AddressKSEEB Institution Code:
Examination Fee Collection Receipt
Date Name of the Student SubjectSubject Grade Month
1.
Application Fees
2.
Marks Card Fees
3.
Examination Fees-Subject Grade
4.
Fine
5.
Mechanism Fees
6.
Machine Hire
7.
Furniture Hire
8.
Transportation Charges

Total
Place:
Signature of Principal/Instructor
Diploma in Commerce and Diploma in Stenography:
Candidates who pass in the Senior Grade Examination in the following subject will be eligible for award of Diploma in Commerce: Compulsory Subjects: 1. Book-keeping and Accountancy
2. Elements of Commerce
3. Office Practice and Procedure
Any one of the Elective Subjects: (a) Salesmanship and Marketing; or (b) Banking Practice; or (c) Insurance PracticeCandidates who pass in the Senior Grade Examination in the following subjects will be eligible for award of Diploma in Stenography (English)English Typewriting English Shorthand Office Practice and ProcedureCandidates who pass in the Senior Grade Examination in the following subjects will be eligible for award of Diploma in Stenography (Kannada)Kannada TypewritingKannada ShorthandKacheri Adalitha.
SCHEDULE OF CLASS FEES:
Grade
Application Fees (Per Student)
Admission Fees (Per Student)
Reading Room Fee (Per Student)
Re-admission Fee (Per Student)
Monthly Fee (Per Student)
Fine (Per Subject)

Rs. 10.00
Rs. 10.00
Rs. 1.00


No fine up to 10th of the month
Junior



Rs. 35.00

If fees paid from llth to 15th Rs. 2.00
Intermediate

Senior
Proficiency




Rs. 40.00

Rs. 40.00
Rs. 55.00
From 16th to the diate end of the month Rs. 5.00
(If 10th or 15th holidays, the next working day to be considered)

Schedule of Examination Fees:
All Subjects
Application Fees per Subject/ Grade
Marks Card Fees per Subject/ Grade
Examination Fees per Subjects @
Mechanism Fees (for Eng/Kan Typewriting)
Typewriter Hire (for Eng/Kan Typewriting)
Furniture Hire (for Eng/Kan Typewriting)
Transportation charges (for Eng/Kan Typewriting)

Rs. 5.00
Rs. 5.00





Junior Grade


Rs. 30.00
Rs. 40.00
Rs. 40.00
Rs. 15.00
Rs. 10.00
Intermediate Grade


Rs. 35.00




Senior Grade


Rs. 35.00
Rs. 50.00
Rs. 40.00
Rs. 15.00
Rs. 10.00
Proficiency Grade


Rs. 50.00
Rs. 60.00
Rs. 40.00
Rs. 15.00
Rs. 10.00
@ SC/ST Candidates are exempted from payment of Examination Fees.Repeaters are exempted from payment of Mechanism Fees. + Only for English Shorthand.Duration of Classes : 45 Minutes a Day, Six Days a Week. Freeship: The Management of the Institute may grant freeships and half-freeships up to 10% ofthe total strength of Institute after due intimation to and approval of the Registering Authority.
Scheme of Examinations:
Sl.No.
Name of the Subject
Grade
I Leave Rules {Substituted for the expression "Land Development Bank" by GSR 85, dated 28-3-1987.} O

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