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Ch. XV.

Ch. XIV Chemistry and Biology, provided he produces evidence & satisfactory to the Syndicate, that he has completed the practical course prescribed. Any student who obtains pass-marks in the subject in which he is examined, shall receive a certificate to that effect signed by the Registrar.

CHAPTER XV.

BACHELOR OF ARTS.

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

(i) all students who have completed a regular
course of study in an affiliated College for
not less than two academical years after
passing the Intermediate Examination,
after passing the examinations mentioned in
Regulation 9, Chapter XIV;

or

(ii) students who have prosecuted a regular course of study for the year last preceding the examination at an affiliated College, and who have, under Regulation 3 of Chapter XIV, been permitted to reckon a previous year of study since passing the Intermediate Examination or its equivalent, at a College affiliated to the Universities of Calcutta, Bombay, Madras or the Punjab;

(iii) any person to whom the Senate, by special grace under section 19 of the Indian Universities Act of 1904, has granted permission to appear:

Provided in every case that the candidate shall complete his twentieth year on or before the first day of May in the year in which the examination is held.

*All applications for permission to appear at the examination should reach this office by the end of October each year. Appli cations which are not received in this office by the end of October will not be considered.

2. The Senate, on the recommendation of the Syndicate, Ch. XV. may, at any time not less than two years after they have passed the Intermediate Examination, grant permission to appear at this examination to women not studying in an affiliated College.

The Senate, on the recommendation of the Syndicate, may grant permission to appear at this examination to inspecting officers of an Education Department, schoolmasters teaching in schools recognised by the University or by an Education Department within the territorial jurisdiction of the University, and demonstrators serving in an affiliated College, provided that, at the time when they present themselves for examination, not less than three academical years shall have elapsed since the date of their passing the Intermediate Examination, and that they shall have served continuously for not less than 18 months from the date on which they entered such service.

(See further Chapter XII, Regulation 3 (a), and Chapter XIV, Regulation 3.)

3. The examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts shall be conducted by means of papers and the same papers shall be used at every place at which the examination is held.

4. Every candidate for the B.A. Degree shall be required to show а competent knowledge of three distinct branches of study :

1. English.

2. Any two of the following branches :

(a) Classical Languages (i.e., Latin, Greek,
Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, or Sanskrit).

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5. Woman shall be permitted to offer one of the following Modern Languages in place of a Classical Language:French, German, or Italian.

Ch. XVI.

CHAPTER XVI.

MASTER OF ARTS.

1. Any person to whom the Senate, by special grace under section 19 of the Indian Universities Act of 1904, has granted permission to appear, or a student who has

been admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science by this University, or by the Universities of Calcutta, Madras, Bombay or the Punjab, shall, when he so desires, be permitted to proceed to the Degree of Master of Arts.

2. A student after completing a regular course of study in an affiliated College or in a department of the University for not less than one academical year, shall be admitted to a Previous Examination in the subject in which he intends to present himself in the Final Examination for the Degree of Master of Arts.

*Two academic years must elapse after passing the B.A. or B.Sc. before a candidate can be admitted privately to the M.A. Previous Examination. Further, the candidate must have had at least one year's service as a teacher.

2. Permission will be granted after the lapse of one year, after passing the Previous M.A., to a candidate who has served continuously as a teacher during the year preceding the M.A. Final Examination.

All applications for permission to appear at the examination should reach the University office by the end of October each year. Applications which are not received in the office by the end of October will not be considered.

It has been ruled by the Syndicate that candidates for the M.A. Final (not Previous), who have studied at a College for two years and failed, should be permitted to appear at future examinations for the Degree of M.A., without being required to attend further lectures, provided that the Principal of their College recommends their application. The same principal should be applied to persons who have been allowed to appear as Private candidates for the M.A. Final as Teachers. This, however, does not exempt such would-be private candidates, i.e., candidates who would appear either as ex-students of a College or as teachers from applying, as usual, for the grace of the Senate under section 19 of the Indian Universities Act of 1904.

3. The Final Examination shall be open to all students Ch. XVI. who have, since passing the Previous Examination, prosecuted a "regular course of study" for not less than one academical year in an affiliated College or in a department of the University.

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

5. The subjects of examination shall be the following:

(1) Languages.

(2) Mental and Moral Science.

(3) History.

(4) Mathematics.

(5) Economics.

6. The examination in Languages shall be in English or in one of the following Classical Languages, viz., Sanskrit, Arabic, 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.

10. The examination in Economics shall include the Theory of Economics, the scope and method of Econo-, mics, Currency and Banking, the Theory of Interna. tional Trade and Foreign Exchanges, Socialism and

* 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.

Ch. XVI Trade Unionism, the Structure and Administration of an Indian Province, together with a detailed enquiry into Ch. XVII. Indian Economic conditions.

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11. A student who has been admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in this University, and has passed in Chemistry or Physics as one of the subjects in the examination for that degree, may, after completing a regular course of study in an affiliated College for not less than one academical year, be admitted to the Previous Examination for the Degree of Master of Arts in one of those subjects in which he passed for the said B.A. Degree.

CHAPTER XVII.

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.

2. The examination will be entirely viva voce, based 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), if the candidate has taken his M.A. Degree in Sanskrit; or (6) Arabic, Philology, Comparative Philology of the Semitic languages, History of Arabic language or literature, if the candidate has taken his M.A. Degree in Arabic.

3. A candidate who has been found qualified for the Degree of Doctor of Letters shall pay to the University, through the Registrar, the sum of rupees two hundred (Rs. 200) for the diploma of the said degree.

4. Every candidate, who intends to supplicate for the said degree, shall communicate his intention to do so to the Registrar, and also the special subject chosen by him for the original thesis. No application for admission to the said degree will be entertained, unless it is supported by two members of the Faculty, or two Doctors of the

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