Education Department
Resolution No. 55N-1957- E,
Old Secretariat,
MUMBAI, 12th February 1958.


1. The Government is pleased to direct that the following categories of pupils should be exempted from compulsory study of the Regional Language (Marathi):

I. Children of Government of India Servants provided they are not permanent residents of the state and provided they study Hindi.
II. Children whose parents are only temporarily in the State, provided they study Hindi.
III. Children joining school in a Class higher than Class VII (now VI), the School Certificate or Leaving Examination being taken in Class XI and coming from a school where the regional language is not taught.
IV. Any other pupil whose parents are not residents in the State and in whose case the State Education Department has sanctioned Exemption.

2. Exemption under Para (i) and (ii) above should be granted by the school in which the pupil is studying subject to the production of a Certificate from the Educational Inspector of the District concerned, that the pupil satisfies the request conditions laid down therein.

By order in the name of the Governor of Bombay.

Under-Secretary to Government

The Inspecting Officer of this school is the Inspector of Anglo-Indian School, Off. Of the Dy. Dir. Of Education, Maharashtra State, Topiwala School Bldg, Topiwala Lane, Grant Road, Mumbai, to whom your application must be made through the Principal.