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PHYSICS.

The Examination will be in one of the subjects prescribed for the Previous and Final Examinations for the Degree of Master of Science.

The Examination will consist of two papers. The candidate will also be required to submit a dissertation embodying original work in some portion of the selected subject, at least three months before the date of the Examination.

The subject selected by the candidate must be notified to the Registrar at least nine months before the date of the Examination.

CHEMISTRY.

The Examination will be in one of the subjects prescribed for the Previous and the Final Examinations for the Degree of Master of Science.

The Examination will consist of two papers. The candidate will also be required to submit a dissertation embodying original work in some portion of the selected subject at least three months before the date of the Examination.

The subject selected by the candidate must be notified to the Registrar at least nine months before the date of the Examination.

EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF

LICENTIATE OF TEACHING.

The Subjects of Examination are the Theory and Practice
of Teaching.
THEORY.

There will be four papers set as follows:

1. Principles of Teaching.

2. History of Education.

3. Methods of Teaching and School Management.

4. Physiology and School Hygiene.

COURSES FOR THE L. T. EXAMINATION.

1. Principles of Teaching.—

ADAMS: Herbartian Psychology (Heath's Pedagogical Library).

HERBART: The Science of Education (Translated
by Felkin.

The following portions only are prescribed, viz.,
Introduction and General Principles.

JAMES: Talks to Teachers.

2. History of Education.—

OSCAR BROWNING: History of Educational Theories. The Administration of Education in India with special reference to the United Provinces.

3. Methods of Teaching.

Methods and apparatus suitable for the teaching of the various subjects of the curriculum of Secondary Schools in the United Provinces.

Nature Study.

Correlation of Subjects.

Class Management and Discipline.

School Management.

The specific work of the Head Master.

The classification of Scholars.

The distribution of the Staff.

School Records.

Time Tables necessary to meet the needs of Scholars

of various ages.

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The Physical Health of Scholars and the means of maintaining it.

Signs of Mental and Physical Fatigue.

Air, Light, Warmth, Area and Cubic Space.
School Furniture.

The Attitudes of Children at work.

Arrangements for Games and Physical Exercises.

PRACTICE IN TEACHING.

(Vide Chapter XIX, Regulation 3.)

TEXT-BOOKS AND ACTS PRESCRIBED FOR THE EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS.

(a) For the Previous Examination.

(i) Jurisprudence.. Holland's Elements of Juris

prudence.

(ii) The Law of Con- Anson's Principles of the Law of Contracts, and The Indian Contract

tracts.

(iii) The Law of Ease. ments and Torts.

No. IX of 1872, and

Act,

The Negotiable Instruments
Act, No. XXVI of 1881.
The Indian Easements Act,
No. V of 1882.

The Law of Easements in British
India, by F. Peacock (Tagore
Law Lectures, 1899).

Underhill's Summary of the Law
of Torts.

(iv) The Law of Evi- The Indian Evidence Act, No. I

dence.

of 1872, and

Phipson's Law of Evidence.

(v) Criminal Law and The Indian Fenal Code, Act Procedure.

No. XLV of 1860.*

The Code of Criminal Proce

dure, Act No. V of 1898 (except schedules I and II).

For the Final Examination.

(i) Civil Procedure, Limitation.

The Code of Civil Procedure,
Act No. XIV of 1882.

The Indian Limitation Act (No.
XV of 1877).

* Candidates will not be required to have a knowledge of the amount of punishment which can be inflicted for any offence.

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Revenue Act, No. XVIII of 1881.

(For rules made under these Acts, the Revenue Manual, C.P., Vol. I, may be consulted.)

As to United ProvincesAct No. II of 1901 (United Provinces).

Act No. III of 1901 (United Provinces).

Act No. XXII of 1886 (Oudh Rent Act).

Field's Introduction to the Bengal Regulations.

Mayne's Hindu Law.

Amir Ali's Mahomedan Law, Vols. I and II, or Shama Charan Sircar's Mahomedan Law (Tagore Lecture for 1873, omitting Lectures IV and XVII) Tagore Lectures for

1874.

The Transfer of Property Act (IV of 1882). Chapters relating to Mortgages in Story's Equity Jurisprudence (Grigsby's Edition). The Indian Trusts Act, No. II of 1882.

The Specific Relief Act (No. I of 1877).

Underhill's Trusts and Trustees. Chapters relating to Trusts and Specific Performance in Story's Equity Jurisprudence (Grigsby's Edition).

(vii) Jurisprudence and Constitutional Law.

Austin's Lectures on Jurisprudence (Student's Edition, Edited by R. Campbell).

Maine's Ancient Law.

Cowell's Lectures on the Constitution of Courts and Legislative authorities in British India (Tagore Lectures for 1872).

Ilbert's Government of India
Historical Introduction only.

NOTE.-Every Act mentioned in the above list should be understood to mean the Act with all subsequent amendments thereof.

SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION PRESCRIBED FOR THE EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF LAWS.

1. Jurisprudence and Principles of Legislation. 2. Roman Law.

3. Law of Contracts in all its branches.

4. Law of Torts, Easements and Prescription.

5. The Law relating to Transfer of Immovable Property.

6. Principles of Equity including the Law of Trusts and Specific Relief, and

either

7. Hindu Law (as administered by the Courts in British India), with a knowledge of the original texts or translations thereof,

or

8. Muhammadan Law (as administered by the Courts in British India), with a knowledge of the original texts or translations thereof.

One paper will be set in each of these subjects and to qualify for the Degree candidates will be required to obtain in each paper at least 60 per cent of the marks allotted to the paper.

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