Officers Fully Engaged in Papers Certifying for Fresh Graduated Students
Wednesday, 14 Sep 2011 07:47
Deputy Directors of Administration Signed on Certified Documents
During last few weeks starting from September 05, 2011, after more than 10,000 students of Phnom Penh graduated from high school exam, they had come to the Capital Hall to certify their copied certificates, so that they could attach with their application forms for pursuing their study at any Universities for the upcoming academic year 2011- 2012.
In this period, the Capital Hall’s legalization section had received about 10,674 documents which 99% of were temporary diplomas of those students and
1% was general documents from private company, monks, officers and graduated students from universities. Every day, about 1,500 to 2,800 documents were applied for certification which was increasing comparing to previous year that received about 1,200 to 1,800 documents per day and from 200 to 300 documents if comparing to normal day.
In order to facilitate in this situation according to actual need of the students, the Capital Hall had determined an exact duration for a period of 1 week (working day) to have document certified (starting from application date).
In general, to certify a document,
the owner had to submit their papers to the officers in charge to technically verify; then 5 copied documents with stamp from original script would be submitted for signatures of Director or Deputy Director of Administration. Recently, the quantities of documents in-processed were 5-7 times increased comparing to normal day; therefore, the time limitation for document certified was clearly identified as above. However, for students who got grade A or B were specially treated and provided the service for a period of 2 days only. Moreover, the Capital Hall had added 5 to 7 officers to help on top of 14 exiting officers of the legalization office as well as special/additional working time during weekend as well.
Students and Working Activities of The Capital Hall Officers