Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board
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Education Department - Government of Gujarat
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Chapter- 5 Admissions, Tests, Examinations, Health
  (b) A school following an academic year from January to December may admit a student in the month of June or later from a school following the academic year from June to May.
Provided that the student so admitted shall not be eligible to appear for the next annual examination of the school to which he has been admitted unless he has attended the classes in the standard in which he is admitted for at least 75 per cent of the total number of working days of the academic year of the school he left and the school in which he is so admitted.
(c) In the case of later admission of a student to a registered school the fee from the beginning of the first term shall be paid by such a student unless the fee, for the period before admission to the new school, has been paid to the previous school.
(8) Where a school, registered exclusively for boys, admits girls, such school shall –
(a) provide for separate sanitary arrangements and retiring rooms for girls;
(b) employ women-teachers on the staff in the ratio of one woman-teacher for forty girls in the school.
(c)(1) If the managing body desires, it may keep woman employee in the school registered for girls.
(9)
(a) A student from a school situated in any other state or union territory may be admitted in a registered school only if the school leaving certificate of the student is countersigned by an education officer in that State or Union Territory.
Provided that where the school leaving certificate is not so countersigned, the Head of the school may admit the student provisionally pending such countersignature, and report full particulars of the case to the officer.
(b) For the purpose of admission of students from schools situated in other States and Union Territories, in registered schools in this State, the following formula of equivalence of school classes shall be followed, namely :-
(i) A student migrating from an eleven year high school to another eleven year high school, shall be admitted to the same class as he was studying.
(ii) In the case of a student migrating from a school where the duration of the school course is different from that in the school to which he is migrating, the top class leading to the high school examination in the school from which he has migrated and the top class leading to the high school examination in the school to which he intends to migrate, shall be [2]considered equal and the equivalence in lower classes shall be worked out on the basis of number of years required to reach the top classes.
(iii) A student migrating from an eleven year Higher Secondary School to an eleven year higher school shall be admitted to one class higher. A student migrating from an eleven year high school to an eleven year Higher Secondary School shall be admitted to one class lower.
  (c) The Head of a registered school admitting a student on the basis of the equivalence formula shall furnish the information to the officer concerned, within eight days of granting such admission, and the officer shall verify as early as possible whether the admission given is proper and in accordance with the said formula and inform the Head of the school concerned accordingly.
(d) A student from other countries shall be admitted by the Head of the registered school only when he satisfies himself by referring to the officer that the student possesses the appropriate kind of visa covering the period he wants to study in the State. Such a student shall also be subjected to test before he is admitted and shall produce the school leaving certificate or other similar documents showing the stage of his or her study there, duly countersigned by the educational authorities of that country.
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