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13. Hydrodynamics.

14. Descriptive, Physical, and Geometrical Astronomy. 15. Celestial Mechanics, including Lunar and Planetary Theory.

16. Theory of Elasticity.

17. Theory of Light.

18. Theory of Heat. 19. Theory of Sound.

20. Electricity and Magnetism.

The examination will consist of two papers. Three months before the examination, the candidate will also be required to submit a dissertation on some portion of the selected group.

Application for permission to appear in the examination must be made to the Syndicate through the Registrar, at least nine months before the date of the examinations and at the same time the candidate should indicate the scope of his reading.

Physics.

The examination will be in one of the subjects prescribed for the Previous and Final Examination for the Degree of Master of Science. The examination will be partly by means of papers and partly practical.

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 subjects, 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 be partly by means of papers and partly practical.

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 the examination are the Theory and Practice of Teaching.

Theory.

2. There will be four papers set as follows:

(1) Principles of Teaching.

(2) History of Education.

(3) Methods of Teaching.

(4) School Management and Hygiene.

A paper will also be set in each of the special subjects offered by candidates who desire to have an

endorsement

on the diploma of special qualifications for teaching one or more branches of the High School Curriculum.

COURSE OF STUDIES.

1. Principles of Teaching :
: --

(a) A general treatment of Psychology such as is
found in an elementary text-book of the nature
of "James' Talks to Teachers."

() Further treatment of the following points, dealing especially with their reference to the actual work of Teaching :

The presentative and representative elements of consciousness; association and apperception; interest; attention and memory; the main mental differences between childhood and

adolescence.

2. History of Education:

(a) Outline study of the educational theories of the following:-Comenius, Locke, Rousseau, Festalozzi, Froebel and Herbart.

(2) Outline study of the development of education in India from the beginning of the 19th century.

3. Methods of Teaching :

Methods and apparatus suitable for the teaching of the various subjects of the Curriculum of Secondary Schools in India.

Students will be expected to be acquainted with recent developments in methods in countries other than India. 4. School Management and Hygiene :

(a) Home work note-books, correlation of subjects, discipline and class management; class records, time-tables.

(b) Common infectious diseases, their signs and prevention; simple casualties; eyesight and hearing; fatigue; natural ventilation; arrangement of class-rooms; school furniture; physical exercises.

5. For candidates offering one or, at most, two special subjects:

Special methods and special apparatus for teaching the subject.

The place and aim of the subject in the school curriculum. NOTE. No candidate shall be allowed to offer more than two special subjects.

The special subjects recognised are

English.

History.

Geography.

Mathematics.

Nature Study.

Physics and Chemistry.

Manual Training.

Classical Languages.

Practice in Teaching.

(Vide Chapter XXI, Regulation 3.)

BACHELOR OF LAWS EXAMINATION.

The following Text-books and Acts are recommended :(a) FOR THE PREVIOUS EXAMINATION.

(i) Jurisprudence (ii) The Law of Con

tracts.

(iii) The Law of Easements and Torts.

(iv) The Law of Evidence.

Salmond's Jurisprudence.

Anson's Principles of the Law of Contracts, and

The Indian Contract Act, No. IX
of 1872, and

The Negotiable Instruments Act,
No. XXVI of 1881.

The Indian Easements Act'
No. V of 1882.

The lecture on Easements in
Upendra Nath Mitra's Law
of Limitation, Prescription,
and Easements (Tagore Law
Lectures, 1882).

Pollock on the Law of Torts.
The Indian Evidence

No. I of 1872, and

Act,

(v) Criminal Law and Procedure.

Best on Evidence.

Powell's Law of Evidence.

The Indian Penal Code Act,
No. XLV of 1860.*

The Code of Criminal Procedure,
Act No. V of 1898 (except
schedules I and II).

(b) FOR THE FINAL EXAMINATION.

The examination will be conducted partly vivâ voce and

partly by papers.

(i) Civil Procedure Limitation

(ii) The Law relating to Land Tenures, Rent and Reve

nue.

The Code of Civil Procedure.

The Indian Limitation Act.

As to Central Provinces-
The Central Provinces Ten-

ancy Act, No. XI of 1898. The Central Provinces Land 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 Provinces

Act No. II of 1901 (United
Provinces).

Act No. III of 1901 (United
Provinces).

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

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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