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Duties of Director of Schools' Inspectorate
Education Order 2003 Part X (Section 115) Pg. 1030 stated that:
The Director of Schools' Inspectorate shall:
Advisory Powers of the Director
Education Order 2003 Part X (Section 116) Pg. 1031 stated that:
The Director may give advice to the governors, head teachers, principals, or any other person responsible for the management of an educational institution and to teachers, on matters relating to teaching and teaching methods.
Reports by the Director
Education order 2003 Part X (Section 118) Pg. 1031 stated that:
General powers of Inspectors of SchoolEducation Order 2003 Part X (Section 119) Pg 1031 stated that:
For the purpose of making any inspection of an educational institution the Director or an inspector may-
(i) to produce for his inspection any timetable, syllabus or record pertaining to subjects taught or to be taught or nay book, material, document or other article relating to or which in the opinion of the inspector may relate to the teaching carried out on in the educational institution or the management of the educational institution; and
(ii) to furnish the Inspector with such information relating to the teaching in, or the organization of, the educational institution as the Inspector may demand, and which it is within the power of the chairman, governor, principal, head teacher, teacher, pupil or other person to furnish.
Offences and penalties relating to Inspectors
Education Order 2003 Part XIV (Section 131) Pg. 1040 stated that:
Any person who-
Power to investigate
Education Order 2003 Part XIV Section 113) Pg. 1040 stated that:
(1) The Registrar General, a public officer authorized by the Registrar General in that behalf in writing or a police officer not below the rank of Inspector shall have the power to investigate in respect of the commission of any offence under this Order or any regulations made thereunder.
(2) The Registrar General, a public officer authorized by the Registrar General in that behalf in writing or a police officer not below the rank of Inspector shall in relation to any investigation in respect of an offence under this order or any regulations made thereunder, have all the powers of a police officer under Criminal Procedure Code (Chapter 7) in relation to a police investigation, except that the power to arrest without warrant in any sizeable offence shall not be exercised by the Registrar General or the public officer authorised by him in that behalf in writing.
Power to enter without warrant
Education Order 2003 Part XIV (Section 134) pg 1041 stated that:
Without prejudice to section 133, where the Registrar General, a public officer authorized by the Registrar General in that behalf in writing or a police officer not below the rank of Inspector has reasonable grounds for believing that the object of any search to be conducted on any premises for the purposes of this Order is likely to be frustrated by reason of any delay in obtaining a search warrant under the Criminal Procedure Code (Chapter 7), he may, without the warrant, enter the premises for such purposes by the use of only such force as may be necessary.
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