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4. The examination shall be conducted partly by means of printed papers and partly vivá voce.

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5. The subjects of examination shall be the follow

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(1) Languages.

(2) Mental and Moral Science.

(3) History, Political Economy and Jurisprudence.

(4) Mathematics.

6. The examination in languages shall be in English, or in one of the following Classical Languages, viz., Sanskrit, Arabic, Arabic with Persian, Greek, Latin or Hebrew.

7. The examination in English shall include the language, literature and history of England and, in the case of European graduates, Latin in English.*

8. The examination in any Classical Language other than Sanskrit shall include the language, literature and history of the country to which it belongs.

9. The examination in Sanskrit shall include the Sanskrit language, literature and philosophy.

CHAPTER XVI.

DOCTOR OF LETTERS.

1. Any Master of Arts of the University may, at least three years after he has taken the M.A., Degree, be admitted to the examination for the Degree of Doctor of Letters.

*Candidates, whose mother-tongue is English, are required to show a fair knowledge of the Latin grammar and vocabulary, enabling them to analyse grammatically and etymologically English words of Latin origin, to explain Latin quotations of not too difficult a nature, and to trace "Latinisms" that may occur in the idiom and syntax of English writers.

2. The examination will be entirely viva voce, based Ch. XVI. chiefly on an original thesis offered by the candidate, at least six months before the annual meeting of the Senate, upon (a) any subject connected with Ancient India (History, Philology, Archæology, Philosophy, Religion, etc.), if the candidate has taken his M.A. Degree in Sanskrit ; or (b) Arabic Philology, Comparative Philology of the Semitic languages, History of Arabic language or literature, etc., if the candidate has taken his M.A. Degree in Arabic.

The following procedure to be adopted with regard to the examination :

No application for admission to the examination for the Degree of Doctor of Letters will be entertained unless two Members of the Faculty of Arts, or two Doctors of the University, shall have testified to the satisfaction of the Syndicate that the candidate is a fit and proper person for the Doctor's Degree.

Every intending candidate should communicate to the Faculty of Arts the special subject that he has chosen for the original thesis. The Faculty will then appoint a Board of three Members who will advise the candidate as to the amount of knowledge and research required of him. In presenting the thesis the candidate should state what part of the thesis he himself considers original, and what authorities he has utilised in preparing the thesis. On receipt of the thesis the Board aforementioned will examine it with a view to determining whether it is of sufficient value and importance. When they have satisfied themselves on this point they will ask the candidate to present himself for a thorough viva voce examination. If after this the Examiners are convinced that the candidate has really worked on original lines and is fully conversant with his subject, they will make a report to that effect to the Faculty of Arts which, through the Syndicate, will recommend the candidate to the Senate for the award of the Degree.

The thesis of successful candidates will be published by the University, and the names of the Examiners will be printed therein.

Ch. XVII. & Ch.XVIII.

CHAPTER XVII.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE.

1. The examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Science shall be open to—

(i) all students who have completed a regular course of study in Science in an affiliated College, and who have performed practical experiments in a laboratory duly recognised by the University for not less than two years after passing the Intermediate Examination with Physics and Chemistry;

(ii) any person to whom the Senate by special grace under section 19 of the Indian Universities

Act of 1904 has granted permission to appear.

2. The examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Science shall be conducted partly by means of papers and partly vivâ voce. Candidates shall also be required to undergo a practical examination.

3. At the examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Science every candidate shall be examined in—

English

and in either (a) Mathematics,

Physics,

Inorganic Chemistry,

or (b) Inorganic Chemistry,

Organic Chemistry,

Biology.

CHAPTER XVIII.

MASTER OF SCIENCE.

1. Any candidate who has been admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Science in any University may, if he so desire, proceed to the Degree of Master of Science.

2. Any Bachelor of Science of the University of Allahabad may, one year after passing the B.Sc. Exam

NOTE. From 1910 Reg. 3, Chap. XVII, will read as follows:3. At the examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Science every candidate shall be examined in English and in either or (B) Chemistry, Physics, Biology.

(A) Mathematics,

Physics,
Chemistry.

&

ination, be admitted to a Previous Examination, provided Ch. XVIII he has attended a regular course of study" at an affi- Ch. XIX.

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liated College during that year.

3. Any Bachelor of Science of the University of Allahabad may, one year after passing the Previous Examination, be admitted to the examination for the Degree of Master of Science: provided he has attended a "regular course of study" at an affiliated College during that year.

4. The Faculty of Science shall from time to time prescribe the total number of lectures to be delivered during the academical year for a course of study both for the Previous and for the Final Examination: provided that the number so prescribed shall not be less than 80.

5. The examination shall be partly by means of papers and partly practical. In Mathematics the examination shall be by papers only.

6. The subject of examination shall be one of the following:

(1) Mathematics,

(2) Physics,

(3) Chemistry.

CHAPTER XIX.

DOCTOR OF SCIENCE.

1. Any Bachelor of Science of the University of Allahabad may, one year after admission to the Degree of Master of Science, be admitted to the examination for the Degree of Doctor of Science: provided he has attended a 66 regular course of study" at an affiliated College during that year.

2. The examination shall be partly by means of papers and partly practical. In Mathematics the examination

shall be by papers only.

3. The subject of examination shall be one of the following:

1. Mathematics. 2. Physics. 3. Chemistry.

Ch. XX. &

Ch. XXI.

CHAPTER XX.

LICENTIATE OF TEACHING.

1. A graduate who has been admitted to the Degree of B.A. or B.Sc., or who has been admitted to a similar degree by the Universities of Calcutta, Madras, Bombay or the Punjab, and who has studied for the year previous to his examination at a College affiliated in the branch of Teaching, shall, if he so desires, be permitted to proceed to the Degree of Licentiate of Teaching.

2. The examination shall be both in the Theory and in the Practice of Teaching. In the Theory of Teaching the examination shall be conducted by means of papers.

3. A candidate shall further, in the presence of at least two Examiners appointed by the Board of Examiners, give satisfactory evidence of ability to manage a class and shall give two lessons on subjects embraced in the curriculum of High Schools, one of which shall be on the English language.

The examination in the practice of Teaching shall be conducted at the Training College at which the student was trained and the Examiners shall also take into consideration the record that has been kept at the College of the work done by the student during his course of training.

CHAPTER XXI.

BACHELOR OF LAWS.

Any candidate

(i) who has been admitted to the Degree of B.A. or B.Sc. in this or in any other British Indian or English or Irish University or to the Degree of Master of Arts in a Scotch University;

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