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weeks before the date fixed for the commencement of the examination.

39. The examination shall be conducted partly by means of printed papers, partly viva voce. In Mathematics the examination shall be by printed papers only.

39 (a). None of the above Regulations shall be understood to apply to the M.A. Examination in Mathematics,* except in so far as they agree with the Regulations in Science. In Mathematics* candidates for the Degree of M.A. shall be required to pass the First D.Sc. Examination and the Second D.Sc. Examination according to the Regulations in Science.

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

41. The subjects in Languages shall be fixed by the Syndicate two years before the examination.

42. The examination in Languages shall include written answers in English to questions relating to the books selected for the examination.

43. The examination in English shall include the language, literature and history of England.

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

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

46. The examination in the Classical Languages shall include translations from the several Classical Languages into English, and precise and idiomatic translations from English into the several Classical Languages.

47. The examination in Mental and Moral Science shall be in the following Subjects:

Logic, Deductive and Inductive.

Psychology.

* Also Physics and Chemistry.

Ethics.

Metaphysics.

Political Philosophy and the Theory of Legislation.

The subjects shall be studied historically in the works of the principal authorities.

The text-books shall be fixed by the Syndicate two years before the examination.

48 & 49. The M.A. examination in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry shall be the First Examination and the Second Examination for the D.Sc. in these subjects.

50. The examination in History, Political Economy and Jurisprudence shall include Ancient History in general, History of Greece and Rome, History of Modern Europe, English History and Indian History, and also Political Economy and Jurisprudence treated historically.

The text-books shall be fixed by the Syndicate two years before the examination.

51. After the examination the Syndicate shall publish a list of the candidates in three divisions, each division in order of merit.

52. Every candidate shall on passing receive a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A, setting forth the subject in which he was examined and the class in which he was placed.

SCHOOL FINAL-EXAMINATION.

53. A School Final-Examination shall be held once in every year at the same time and places as the Entrance Examination. This examination will be conducted by the University.

54. Such persons as have attended for not less than two years a course of instruction at a school recognized by the Syndicate for this purpose, and who on the date of the commencement of the examination shall have completed the age of 16 years, may be admitted to this

examination. Less than 75 per cent. of attendance from the beginning of the School year up to the latest date of sending in the application shall not be deemed prosecution of such a course of study.

55. Every candidate for admission to the School FinalExamination shall send his application, with a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A, to the Registrar. Every such application must reach the office of the Registrar at least six weeks before the date fixed for the commencement of the examination.

56. Every candidate shall pay a fee of ten rupees to the Registrar. No candidate who fails to pass, or who from sickness or other cause is unable to present himself for examination, shall receive a refund of his fee. A candidate may be admitted to one or more subsequent School Final-Examinations on payment of a like fee of ten rupees on each occasion.*

57. No candidate who has failed in the School FinalExamination shall be admitted to a subsequent School Final-Examination, unless he has attended a course of instruction at a school recognized by the Syndicate for this purpose during the School year in which the subsequent examination may be held. Less than 75 per cent. of attendance from the beginning of the School year up to the latest date of sending in the application shall not be deemed prosecution of such a course of instruction.

58. The School Final-Examination shall be viva voce and by printed papers, the same papers being used at every place at which the examination is held. With the exceptions necessary in a vernacular language, every question shall be set and shall be answered in English.

* Examination Fee-receipts shall not be issued by Head Masters of Government, Aided or other recognized High Schools to the candidates till ten days before the examination commences and may be withheld if pupils are irregular in attendance. Pupils from whom Fee-receipts are withheld under these rules will be excluded from the examination, and their names and the reasons for exclusion should be at once reported to the Registrar.

59. At the School Final-Examination every candidate shall be examined in the following compulsory subjects :

1.-English.

II. History and Geography. III.-Mathematics.

IV. Either Urdu, or Hindi in the Nagri character.

The examinations in Urdu and Hindi, either or both, prescribed for the School Final-Examination shall be open to Entrance candidates, undergraduates and graduates of the University; the two papers, one in Urdu and one in Hindi, shall be given at different times; and a fee of two rupees for examination in each paper be levied a separate certificate shall be granted by the Registrar to those who pass this examination in Urdu or Hindi, or both. Those candidates who appear for the School Final Examination shall be allowed to appear also at this examination, in the alternative vernacular only, paying a fee of two rupees for the same; and lastly this arrangement shall come into force for the examination of 1900 and after.

And in not less than one of the following Optional subjects :-

V.-Drawing.

VI.-Elementary Physics and Chemistry.

VII. Agriculture with Surveying.

VIII. -Book-keeping by Single and Double Entry.
IX. Political Economy.

I.- In English the examination will be the same in all respects as in the Entrance Examination, except that the following oral test will be added to the three papers, viz.—(a) conversation with an examiner; (b) reading aloud with correct pronunciation; (c) writing a business letter quickly from dictation; (d) writing slowly from dictation, as a test of spelling and penmanship.

II & III. -In History and Geography and in Mathematics the examination will be the same in all respects as in the Entrance Examination.

IV.-One paper will be set in Urdu, in which the candidate shall be required (a) to write an original letter on a given subject to a given person with the proper forms of address; (b) to translate from English into Urdu; (c) to transliterate from Shikasta to Nastaliq. As alternative with Urdu, one paper will be set in Nagri of a similar character to that in Urdu, but omitting item (c). V-IX-In the optional subjects the limits or textbooks will be fixed from time to time by the Syndicate--(see Agpendix B).

60. After the examination the Syndicate shall publish a list of the candidates who have passed, arranged in three divisions, the First Division in order of merit and the Second and Third Divisions in alphabetical order. Every successful candidate shall receive a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A, to be called the SchoolFinal Certificate, and shall be admissible as an Undergraduate of the University.

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