Mulasarvastivada (Tibetan): 7 Rules on the Two-Year Training

Patimokkha Rules (Pacittiya)
Tsomo, pp. 109-110. Santipada
73. If a bhiksunī who is herself fully ordained allows a girl* who has not reached the age of twelve to enter the renunciant life and fully ordains her, she commits a pāyantika. 73. If a bhiksunī who is herself fully ordained allows a married woman who has not reached the age of twelve to enter the renunciant life and fully ordains her, she commits a pāyantika.
76 If a bhiksunī knowingly fully ordains a woman* who has not reached the age of twelve, she commits a pāyantika. 76 If a bhiksunī knowingly fully ordains a married woman who has not reached the age of twelve, she commits a pāyantika.
77. If a bhiksunī knowingly fully ordains an unmarried woman who has not reached the age of twelve*, she commits a pāyantika. 77. If a bhiksunī knowingly fully ordains an unmarried woman who has not reached the age of twenty, she commits a pāyantika.
78. If a bhiksunī knowingly fully ordains an married woman who has reached the age of twelve without giving her the six root and six accompanying siksamānā precepts for two years, she commits a pāyantika.
79. If a bhiksunī fully ordains an unmarried woman who has reached the age of twenty, without giving her the six root and six accompanying siksamānā.precepts for two years, she commits a pāyantika.
80. If a bhiksunī fully ordains a woman without training her for two years in the six root and six accompanying siksamānā precepts, she commits a pāyantika.
81. If a bhiksunī trains [a woman] for two years in the six root and six accompanying siksamānā precepts, but does not fully ordain her, she commits a pāyantika.

Note: * Through cross reference with the Mulasarvastivada Chinese, we suggested a text corruption in P73. Also, P76 & P78 should be parallel with P77 and P79, means P76 & P78 for married woman of twelve years old and P77 and P79 for maiden of twenty years old. See the revisedversion by Santipada and discussion in Evolution of Rules.