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The Office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (ONACC) and the Basic Education Commission (Obec) has agreed to revise regulations involving admissions for primary and high school students for the upcoming academic year.

Worawit Sukboon, Secretary General of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, said the move is in line with the cabinet's resolution to acknowledge the National Anti-Corruption Commission's (NACC) recent recommendation to the Education Ministry to implement bribery prevention measures regarding new student admissions.

According to Mr Worawit, the number of conditions under which schools can admit students for special reasons has been reduced from seven to four.

The Obec board also agreed to revise the criteria for the admission of students in the schools' catchment areas.

Those who can be admitted for special reasons must be students under the patronage of donors of school lands, students from poor or underprivileged families, students whose parents made sacrifices for victims of disasters, and students whose parents are teachers or school personnel.

The students who will be enrolled in the catchment areas must have lived in the area for at least two years before 16 May 2019 and those who are found to have lied about this will be dismissed.

The amendments are being made to solve the problem of "Pair Jia” or kickback money parents give to schools for their students’ admission.

The change to the school admission guidelines will not affect the coming admission season during 23-27 March.

The NACC pointed out that it is crucial to ensure that there are amendments made to Obec’s school administration regulations to prevent bribery.

Worawit Sukboon, Secretary General of the National Anti-Corruption Commission

Somboon Hassadom, Director of the National Anti-Corruption Commission Provincial Office (Loei), observes student admissions.

Director of the National Anti-Corruption Commission Provincial Office (Ayutthaya), observes student admissions.
Director of the National Anti-Corruption Commission Provincial Office (Pattani), observes student admissions.