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EDUCATION ACT 1996 (ACT 550)

SELECTED REGULATIONS

Education (National Curriculum) Regulations 1997


(1) (12) 6 Schedule syllabus and time-table available for inspection (1) A head teacher or principal of a school shall have immediately available for inspection by the Registra General a schedule of all the subjects taught in the school and the syllabuses for all the subjects (2) A head teacher/principal of a school, except a correspondence school/distance education center, shall have immediate available for inspection by the Registrar General the time-table for the current school term (3)

Teachers record book A teacher in a school, except a correspondence school or a distance learning center, shall keep and maintain a record book in which shall be recorded by him not later than the last school day of each week of a school term, the part or parts of the approved syllabus to be taught in the following week in respect of a subject, and the record book shall be immediately available for inspection by the Registrar General

10 Time-table to he exhibited A head teacher/principal of a school shall exhibit a copy of the school time-table for the current school term signed by him in a conspicuous place in the school. 11 Penalties (1) A teacher shall teach in accordance with an approved syllabus and an approved time-table and any teacher who teaches pupils or any person who permits a teacher to pupils otherwise than in accordance with the approved syllabus or the approved time-table shall be guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both

(2) A head teacher/ principal or teacher who contravenes regulation 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 shall be guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit 7 Teachers to have available copies of approved syllabuses and list of pupils for inspection 9 Schedule, syllabus etc. in language other than national language to be translated into the national language

Education (Special Education) Regulations 1997


(1) (4) 3 Eligibility for special education program (1) For government and government-aided schools, pupils with special needs who are educable are eligible to attend the special education program except for the following pupils (a) physically handicapped pupils with mental ability to learn like normal pupils; and (b) pupils with multiple disabilities or with profound physical handicap or with severe mental retardation (2) A pupil with special needs is educable if he is able to manage himself without help and is confirmed by a panel consisting of a medical practitioner, an officer from the Ministry of Education and an officer from the Department of Welfare, as capable of undergoing the national education program

Education (Assessment and Examination) Regulation 1997


(1) (16) 15 Signing of declaration

Any person who is involved in the conduct and management of an examination shall sign a declaration that he shall not leak or cause to be leaked any confidential and secret information pertaining to the examination

Education (School Magazines and Multi Media Materials) 1998


(1) (14) 4 Interpretation Circulation means the dissemination, selling or the transmission of the contents of school magazines and multi media materials multi media material means all materials produced by electronic media 5 Establishment of committee A head teacher/principal shall establish a committee to be known as the Publication and Circulation of School Magazines and Multi Media Materials Committee 7 Membership of committee (1) The committee shall consist of the following members: (a) the head teacher/principal as chairman (b) a teacher or teachers appointed by the head/principal as adviser/advisers for the publication and circulation of school magazines ad multi media materials; three other teachers appointed by the head teacher/principal

12 Expulsion of pupil A head teacher/principal may expel any pupil: (a) who publishes or circulates or causes to publish or circulate any school magazine or multi media material without his approval (b) who publishes or circulates any school magazine or multi media material which contains any matter which has not been approved by him/by the adviser/advisers appointed under subregulation 9(3) and who pulblishes or circulates or causes to publish or circulate any school magazine or multi media material in contravention of any order made by the Registrar under regulation 11i

Education (Parent-Teacher Association) Regulations 1998


(1) (14) 4 Establishment of Parent-Teacher Association (1) There shall be established in every school an association to be named as the Parent-Teacher Association consists of (a) all the teachers teaching in the school (b) the parents of the pupils attending such school; and the head teacher or the principal of the school as an ex-officio member and the Associations Adviser

(2) Malaysian citizen who has no children or custody attending such school but is interested to be a member of the Association may apply to be a member either to the District Education Officer or the Division Education Officer or the Registrar (3) Every parent and teacher in the school shall be deemed to be a member of the Association (4) For the purposes of these regulations, the Association is not a society within the meaning of any law relating to the registration of societies

5 Purposes and limitations of the Association 16 (5) The Association shall not extend the Associations jurisdiction to matters connected with the administration of the school, the employment and conditions of services of teachers and other staff in the school 10 Fund and audit (1) (5) (2) The Association shall keep or cause to be kept proper account and other records in respect of the Associations operation and shall also cause to be prepared statement of account for each financial year (5) The Head Teacher/principal shall be allowed to inspect the account of the Association

(13) No affiliation with bodies outside the school The Association shall have no affiliation with any political party or trade union or other organization or associaiton registered or incorporated under any written law in force relating to it

Education (School Associations) Regulations 1998


(1) (13) 4 Establishment of school associations The Head Teacher/Principal, after receiving a written application, shall establish the following categories of school association: (a) subjects taught in school as specified in the Education (National Curriculum) Regulations 1997 (b) Hobbies and recreations sports and games (d) uniformed body; or (e) any other associations approved by the Registrar

9 Accounts (1) The accounts of every school associations shall be under the control of the head teacher/principal/of an adviser (2) The head teacher/principal shall keep or cause to be kept proper accounts and shall retain in his custody for a period of not less than six months after the end of each financial year and shall be made available for inspection by the Registrar (3) Any sponsorship or collection for each school association must get the approval of the head teacher or principal 10 Meetings Every meeting of a school association or of its committee shall be attended by the adviser and any other teacher appointed for that purpose by the head teacher/principal

Education (School Terms, Days, and Holidays) Regulations 1998


(1) (10) 6 School days (1) School days for any one year must not be less than one hundred ninety days (2) The head teacher/principal shall provide a substitute day if he finds that the school days are less than one hundred ninety days 7 Occasional holidays (1) The head teacher/principal with the approval of the Registrar may choose a particular day as occasional holiday, which must not exceed four days in any one year (2) The occasional holiday must not be taken for the purpose of extending the school term holidays

8 Register of pupils attendance (1) (3) (2) The name of the pupil who has changed or left school must be cancelled from the register at the end of the particular month concerned. (3) The head teacher/principal may take disciplinary action against a pupil who, without any reasonable reasons fails to attend school for a period of three consecutive days

10 Closing of schools (1) (2) (1) The head teacher/principal has the power to close school for a particular period if there exists an emergency or a natural disaster (2) The closure of school under (1) must be notified orally and in writing to the Registrar as soon as practicable and the day on which the school is closed must be substituted with another day`

Education (Admission of Pupils to Schools, Keeping of Register and Conditions under which Pupils May be Retained in Schools) Regulations 1998

4 Admission of a citizen pupil (1) (2) (1) The head teacher/principal shall admit a pupil who is a citizen to a school to receive education (2) The parents shall furnish the following during the registration of admission of the pupil to the school: (a) the pupils original birth certificate for admission to a primary school (b) the pupils original identity card for admission to a secondary school the pupils original birth certificate for admission to a secondary school, if he has not obtained an identity card or (d) the original identity card of the pupils mother or father

5 Admission of a non-citizen pupil (1) (2) (1) The following categories of pupil who is non-citizen may be admitted to a school: (a) a child of a staff of a foreign embassy (b) a child whose father is also a non-citizen, working in government service or agency, statutory body or any other place with a valid working permit a child whose parent is a permanent resident of Malaysia, or (d) a child who is selected by his Government to persue his studies in Malaysia pursuant to any Memorandum of Understanding or Agreement between the Government of Malaysia and Government of his country

7 Transfer of school (1) (4) (2) Where a pupil who is non-citizen wishes to transfer school, he shall make a new application for admission to the school that he applies 8 Offence and penalty Any person who contravenes any provision of these Regulations commits an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months

Education (Accounts and Audit) Regulations 2002

4 Audit The auditing of the annual financial statement of an Islamic or a government/government-aided institution which is in receipt of a financial assistance under the Act shall be made by an auditor or an Audit Division 6 Responsibilities of a manager of a school The manager of a school shall be responsible for: (a) the preparation of an annual financial statement for the year ending 31 December every year in accordance with the generally accepted accounting principles, and (b) the submission of the annual financial statement to the Head of Responsibility Center who shall then submit it to the Audit Division not later than 31 March of the following year

12 Procedures to be complied with: The procedures as contained in: (a) the Financial Procedure Act 1957 (b) the Treasury Instructions for the time being in force the regulations pertaining to accounts and audit of educational institutions as specified from time to time by the Treasury (d) the Financial Management and Accounting Procedures as specified by the Finance Division of the Ministry of Education, and (e) and other procedures relating to accounts and audit of educational institutions as may be laid down by the Minister

13 Penalty A person who contravenes these Regulations commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both

Education (Compulsory Education) Regulations 2002


Interpretation drop-out pupil means a person who is not attending compulsory education in a school or a pupil who does not attend school for a period of more than three days consecutively, but does not include a pupil who is not attending school by reason of truancy, health problems or having been exempted by the Minister

3 Drop-out pupils (1) If a report of a drop-out pupil is received from any party: (a) the headmaster/principal of a government school or government aided school shall take action in accordance with the guidelines and directives issued by the Registrar General from time to time, and (b) the headmaster/principal of a private school shall submit a report to the Education Officer in the respective district or area, or the Registrar (2) The Registrar, Education Officer in the district or area, headmaster or principal may visit and give advice, as well as render such assistance as may be necessary to the parents of a drop-out pupil and the drop-out pupil to ensure that the pupil attends compulsory education (3) (5)

Education (National Pre-School Curriculum) Regulations 2002


3 National Pre-School Curriculum (1) The National Pre-School Curriculum is an educational program which comprises the basic elements to aid the development of a pupil in various aspects including language and communication, cognitive, spiritual and moral values, emotion, social, physical and creativity and aesthetics (2) Every kindergarten shall use the National Pre-School Curriculum issued by the Registrar General from time to time

5 Minimum period allocation Every kindergarten shall allocate a minimum period of at least three hours per day on every schooling day for the National Pre-School Curriculum 8 Pupils progress record The teacher shall carry out continuous assessment of the progress of the pupil and record the progress in the manner prescribed by the Registrar General from time to time