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University, who shall have testified that the applicant is a Ch. XVII fit and proper person to supplicate for the degree. The & Ch. communication shall be laid before the Faculty of Arts. If the application is approved, the Faculty shall appoint a Board of three members, who, if so required, shall advise the candidate as to the amount of knowledge and research required of him.
5. When the supplicant has prepared his thesis, he shall forward it to the Registrar for submission to the aforesaid Board, stating therein what part of it he himself considers original and what authorities he has utilised in preparing it.
6. The Board aforesaid shall proceed to examine the said thesis with a view to determining its value and importance. If, in the opinion of the Board, the thesis evinces sufficient merit and research, they shall, through the Registrar, instruct the candidate to present himself for a viva voce examination at a date, time and place to be fixed by the Dean of the Faculty in consultation with the members of the Board.
7. If, after the viva voce examination, the Board are satisfied that the candidate has really worked on original lines and is conversant with his subject, and is a fit and proper person for the degree, they will make a recommendation to that effect to the Faculty of Arts.
8. Such recommendation shall be laid before the next meeting of the Faculty, and if approved by it, shall be submitted through the Syndicate to the Senate along with other motions for the conferment of degrees under section 16 of the Indian Universities Act of 1904.
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
Laboratories duly recognised by the University, for not less than two years after passing the Intermediate Examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or with Physics, Chemistry and Biology, or after passing the Intermediate Examination of the University of Calcutta, the Punjab, Bombay or Madras with the subjects, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Natural Science);
(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 :* 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.
2. The examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Science shall be conducted by means of papers, candidates shall also be required to undergo a practical examination, which will be held at such times and such places as the Syndicate shall direct.
3. At the examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Science every candidate shall be examined in English, and in any one of the following groups :
or (B) Chemistry,
* 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.
Each case is decided on its own merits. Permission will, however, be given only to a candidate who can produce a certificate from the Principal of a College affiliated up to that, standard in the special subjects in which the applicant wishes to appear to the effect that he has completed the required practical course in the College Laboratory.
1. Candidates must gain minimum pass-marks in the Practical B.Sc. Examination, as well as pass in the total of the papers in the Science subjects.
2. B.Sc. Practical Examination in Physics, Chemistry and Biology will take place in the Laboratory of each College after the 1st of February each year.
Provided that only those candidates, who have taken Biology for the Intermediate Examination, shall be allowed to take Group (B).
MASTER OF SCIENCE.
1. A Bachelor of Science of any of the Universities of Allahabad, Calcutta, Madras, Bombay or the Punjab, may be admitted to the examination for the Degree of Master of Science, provided that he fulfils all other conditions laid down in these regulations.
2. The examination for the Degree of Master of Science shall consist of two parts-(1) the Previous Examination, (2) the Final Examination.
Any Bachelor of Science qualified under section 1 of this Chapter, not less than one academical year after passing his B.Sc. Examination, may be admitted to the Previous Examination, provided that in the academical year immediately antecedent to the Previous Examination, he had prosecuted a regular course of study at a College affiliated up to the M.Sc. standard in the subject selected for examination, and subject to Regulation 16, Chapter XII.
4. Any Bachelor of Science, not less than one academical year after passing the Previous Examination, may be admitted to the Final Examination, provided that in the academical year immediately antecedent, he has prosecuted a regular course of study at a College affiliated up to the M.Sc. standard in the subject selected for examination, and subject to Regulation 16, Chapter XII.
5. 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 Examinations, provided that the number so prescribed shall not be less than eighty.
* Private candidates.
Each case is decided on its own merits. Permission, however, is only granted to such Professors and teachers as are working in Colleges affiliated up to that standard in the special subjects in which the applicants wish to appear. (Syn.Min., App. F., 27-4-14).
6. The examination shall be partly by means of papers, & and partly practical. In Mathematics the examination shall be by papers only.
7. The subject of examination shall be one of the following:
DOCTOR OF SCIENCE.
1. A Master of Arts of this University, who has taken that Degree in Mathematics, or any Master of Science of this University, may be admitted to an examination for the Degree of Doctor of Science, not less than one academical year after passing the examination for M.A. or M.Sc., provided he has prosecuted a regular course of study during the academical year immediately preceding his examination at a College affiliated up to the D.Sc. standard in the subject selected for examination and subject to Regulation 16, Chapter XII.
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:
4. A candidate who has been found qualified for the Ch. XX Degree of Doctor of Science shall pay to the University Ch. XXI. through the Registrar the sum of Rupees one hundred and fifty (Rs. 150) for the diploma of the said degree.
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. Every candidate shall be required to have passed through a practical course of physical training and 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. He shall give two lessons in subjects embraced in the curriculum of high schools, one of which at least, in the case of Graduates in Arts, shall be on the English Language, and in the case of Graduates in Science, in Mathematics, Nature Study, or Physics and Chemistry.
· The candidates shall receive due notice of the subjects in which they will be asked to give a lesson.
Candidates who desire to offer evidence of special fitness for teaching one or more branches of the high school curriculum may submit their names for special examination in the same. An indication of the special qualifications for teaching one or more such branches will be given in the diploma of successful candidates,