CHAPTER 315
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION ACT

[PRINCIPAL LEGISLATION]

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

   Section

Title

PART I
PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS

   1.   Short title.

   2.   Interpretation.

   3.   The College.

   4.   Functions of the College.

PART II
ESTABLISHMENT OF GOVERNING BODY

   5.   Establishment and incorporation of Governing Body.

   6.   Functions of Governing Body.

PART III
FINANCIAL PROVISIONS

   7.   Vesting of assets.

   8.   Management of assets.

   9.   Funds of the College.

   10.   Borrowing powers.

   11.   Investment.

   12.   Annual estimates.

   13.   Accounts and audit.

PART IV
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

   14.   Rules.

   15.   Members of Governing Body not personally liable.

SCHEDULE

CHAPTER 315
THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION ACT

An Act to establish a Governing Body for the government of the College of Business Education and for purposes connected therewith.

[7th August, 1965]

[R.L. Cap. 589]
Acts Nos.
31 of 1965
17 of 1968
38 of 1974

PART I
PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS (ss 1-4)

1.   Short title

   This Act may be cited as the College of Business Education Act.

2.   Interpretation

   In this Act, unless the context requires otherwise–

   "College" means the College of Business Education;

   "College year" means such period of twelve months as the Governing Body may determine;

   "Director" means the Director of the College appointed under section 6;

   "financial year" means the period of twelve months commencing on the first day of July in any year unless the Governing Body determines any other period of twelve months under section 12;

   "Governing Body" means the Governing Body of the College established by section 5;

   "member", in relation to the Governing Body, includes the Chairman;

   "Minister" means the Minister responsible for commerce.

3.   The College

   The College shall be governed and administered in accordance with the provisions of this Act.

4.   Functions of the College Act No. 38 of 1974">

   The functions of the College shall be–

   (a)   to provide facilities for the study of, and for training in the principles, procedures and techniques of business administration;

   (b)   to conduct training programmes leading to recognised professional and sub-professional qualifications in business administration relevant to middle-level managerial positions in trade and industry;

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