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BOARD OF INSPECTORS..
1. The Director of Public In
For Law Colleges.
(RE-ELECTED 3RD DECEMBER, 1915.)
9. The Hon'ble Sir George E. Knox, Kt., LL.D. 10. The Hon'ble Dr. Tej Bahadur Sapru, LL.D. (appointed by Syndicate on 7th March 1918, to act)
RULES FOR TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE FOR ATTENDING UNIVERSITY MEETINGS, ETC.
1. Travelling and halting allowances will be granted. to a Fellow or a member of a Faculty for attending meetings other than a Convocation or a meeting held solely for recommending a Fellow for nomination to be a member of the Council of His Honour the LieutenantGovernor of the United Provinces for the purpose of making Laws and Regulations.
2. Travelling and halting allowances under Rule I will be granted at the following rates:
(i) For all journeys performed by rail, one first class fare for each Fellow and a third class fare for his servant, if any, each way from his permanent place of residence to Allahabad and back.
(ii) For all journeys performed by road, eight annas per mile from his permanent place of residence to the nearest Railway Station and back.
(iii) For each day on which a meeting is attended, five
3. When a member of the University has to attend two meetings of the University with an interval of one day between, he should be given halting allowance for that day in the event of his remaining in Allahabad.
RULE FOR TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE FOR
Travelling and other allowances to Inspectors for inspecting affiliated Colleges shall be paid at double first class fare and rupees ten a day* while travelling on inspection work and while inspecting. For all journeys performed by road, eight annas per mile shall be allowed to Inspectors of Colleges.
*Halting allowance is admissible for a Sunday when the work has to be carried over to the next day (Syndicate Minutes 65, dated 7th March, 1908).
For Travelling Allowance admissible to Vivá voce Examiners, and for Examiners in the B.Sc. Examination, see pp. 158 -159.
RULES REGARDING MIGRATION OF STUDENTS FROM THE TERRITORIES OF THE ALLAHABAD UNIVERSITY TO THE TERRITORIES OF THE PUNJAB UNIVERSITY AND VICE VERSA.
Allahabad Punjab 1. If an student wishes to join a Punjab Allahabad lege after passing the Matriculation (or equivalent) Examination, he shall complete his Matriculation by having
his name entered in the Punjab University Register of students, and apply for a certified copy of the entry in Punjab the Register, and for permission to appear in the Allahabad Intermediate Examination. These documents shall be made over to the Principal of the College he joins.
2. A student wishing to migrate from a ColPunjab lege shall obtain a leaving certificate (including certificate of good character) and apply for a certified copy of the entries against his name in the
ter of students and for permission to appear in Allahabad Examination, for which he wishes to read. These documents shall be made over to the Principal of the College he joins. Even if the student has left his lege for some time these documents should be required. The permission of the Registrar in each case shall be given only when a complete record from passing the Matriculation is submitted, good conduct throughout being certified.
3. Students who are residents of the not admissible to the Matriculation Examination of the Punjab
Allahabad University, unless they have been studying for a
4. Students who have been reading in a School recog
nised by the Punjab
University at any time during the
two years precding a Matriculation of the
versity are not admissible to that examination without the permission of the Head-master countersigned by the Inspector of the Division.
NOTE. No candidate will be admitted to the Intermediate Examination of the Allahabad University unless he has completed his 16th year in the month of March, two years preceding his admission to the examination.
THE CONSTITUTION AND
WORKING OF THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW.
1. The object of the University School of Law is to provide facilities for a sound training in law and legal principles, under the supervision and control of the University.
2. The management of and supervision over the University Law School shall, subject to the control of the Syndicate and the Senate, be vested in a Committee, which shall be styled the University Law School Committee, and which shall consist of-
(1) The Vice-Chancellor of the University as Presi dent of the Committee.
(2) The Chief Justice of the High Court of Judicature for N.-W. P.
(3) The President of the Examination Board
stituted under Notification No. 395, dated 10th February, 1905, of the High Court of Judicature, N.-W. P., on the Civil side, if the said President be a Fellow of the University.
(4) The Director of Public Instruction for the United Provinces.
(5) †Four members of Faculty of Law to be elected by the Faculty of Law at its annual meeting.
The Principal of the University Law School for the time being shall also be a member of the Committee and shall act as its Secretary.
† Elected 9th November 1917.
1. The Hon'ble Sir George E. Knox
3. The Hon'ble Dr. Tej Bahadur Sapru