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13. Each candidate shall pay a fee of twenty rupees to the Registrar.*

14. 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.

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15. No candidate who has failed in the Intermediate Examination shall be admitted to a subsequent Intermediate Examination, unless he has attended a regular course of study in an affiliated institution during the academical year in which the subsequent examination may be held; provided that the Syndicate may, in exceptional cases, and on the application of the Principal of the College at which the candidate has been reading, permit a candidate who has attended a regular course of study in an affiliated institution in any year subsequent to the year in which he last failed to be examined at the next examination.

· 16. The Intermediate Examination shall be conducted by means of printed papers, the same papers being used at every place at which the examination is held. With the necessary exceptions in the Classical Language papers, every question shall be set and shall be answered in English.

17. 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, the Second and Third Divisions in alphabetical order. Every candidate shall on passing receive a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A.

* Examination Fee-receipts shall not be issued by Principals of Government, Aided or other recognized Colleges to candidates till ten days before the Examination commences, and may be withheld if pupils are irregular in attendance. Candidates 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.

18. At an Intermediate Examination every candidate shall be examined in

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(i) English* and First Course of Mathematics; ((ii) Deductive Logic, a Classical Language, and either History or the Second Course of Mathematics;

or (iii) The Second Course of Mathematics, and Physics and Chemistry.

The text-books will be fixed from time to time by the Syndicate in such a way that in no year more than one-half of any Course be altered. (See Appendix B:)

The Classical Language shall be one of the follow

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19. An examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts shall be held once in every year at Allahabad at such time as the Syndicate shall determine, the date to be approximately notified in the University Calendar.

20. Any undergraduate of the University may be admitted to the examination, provided he has prosecuted a regular course of study in an affiliated institution for not less than two academical years after passing the Intermediate Examination. Less than 75 per cent. of attendance shall not be deemed prosecution of a regular course of study.

*Three papers will be set in English, fifty marks being assigned to each paper; the third paper being in translation from a Vernacular-Urdu, Hindi, Bengali, Mahratti, Gujrati, or Parbatia -into English. English Composition will be substituted for translation in the case of any candidate whose mother-tongue is a European language.

21. Inspecting Officers of the Education Department and Schoolmasters may also be admitted to this examination by grace of the Syndicate.*

22. Every candidate shall send his application, with a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A, to the Registrar at least six weeks before the date fixed for the beginning of the examination.

23. Every candidate shall pay a fee of thirty rupees to the Registrar.†

24. No candidate who fails to pass, or from sickness or other cause is unable to present himself for examination shall receive a refund of his fee.

25. A candidate may be admitted to one or more subsequent examinations for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts on payment of a like fee of thirty rupees on each occasion.

26. No candidate who has failed in the examination shall be admitted to a subsequent B.A. Examination, unless he has attended a regular course of study in an affiliated institution during the academical year in which the subsequent examination may be held; provided that the Syndicate may in exceptional cases and on the application of the Principal of the College at which the candidate has been reading, permit a candidate, who has attended a regular course of study in an affiliated institution in any year subsequent to the year in which he last failed, to be examined at the next examination.

* By Resolution 2 of the Syndicate passed at a meeting held on the 12th August, 1893, it has been decided that Inspecting Officers of the Education Department and Schoolmasters of Lower Bengal, Bombay, Madras, and the Punjab shall not be admitted by grace of the Syndicate to the B.A. Examination under Regulation 21 of the Regulations in Arts.

+ Examination Fee-receipts shall not be issued by Principals of Government, Aided or other recognized Colleges to candidates till ten days before the Examination commences, and may be withheld if pupils are irregular in attendance. Candidates 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.

27. The examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts shall be conducted partly by means of printed papers and partly viva voce.

28. After the examination the Syndicate shall publish a list of the candidates who have passed, arranged in three divisions in alphabetical order. They shall also publish a list of such candidates as shall have gained more than 75 per cent, of the marks in any subject or subjects, in order of merit, as having taken Honours in such subject or subjects.

29. Every candidate for the B.A. Degree shall be required to show a competent knowledge of at least three distinct branches of study. The branches now recognized

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Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic or Arabic with Persian, Sanskrit, Mathematics.

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Philosophy, Political Economy, Political Science with History, History.

Every candidate must take (a) Group I, (b) a subject in Group II, and (c) a third subject from Group II or Group III.

Text-books will be fixed from time to time by the Syndicate in such a way that in no year more than onehalf of the Course be altered. (See Appendix B).

30. Every candidate shall on passing receive a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A. in which shall be specified the subjects in which he has graduated.

MASTER OF ARTS.

31. An examination for the Legree of Master of Arts shall be held once in every year at Allahabad at such

time as the Syndicate shall appoint, the date to be approximately notified in the University Calendar.

32. Any ordinary Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science of the University of Allahabad may, two years after passing the B.A. or B.Sc. Examination, be examined for the Degree of M.A.

33. Bachelors who have passed the B.A. or B.Sc. Examination in Honours shall be allowed to present themselves for the M.A. Examination in the subject in which they took Honours after one year from their passing the Bachelor's Examination.

34. Graduates of other Universities may be admitted to this examination by grace of the Syndicate.

35. Unless especially exempted by the Syndicate every candidate shall be required to attend a regular course of study at an affiliated College for not less than one academical year.*

36. The subjects of examination shall be the following:

(1) Languages.

(2) Mental and Moral Science.

(3) Mathematics.

(4) Physics.

(5) Chemistry.

(6) History, Political Economy, and Jurisprudence.

37. Each candidate shall pay a fee of fifty rupees to the Registrar. No candidate who fails to pass, or from sickness or other cause is unable to present himself for examination, shall receive a refund of the fee.

38. Each candidate shall intimate to the Registrar the subject in which he desires to be examined, at least six

* Exemption shall not be granted by the Syndicate except in the case of teachers; and the Syndicate shall not undertake to hold an examination solely for Private candidates [Vide Syndicate Resolution No. 157 (iv), dated 4th April 1903.]

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