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First M. B. EXAMINATION. 2. Any undergraduate of the University who can produce certificates to the following effect, may be admitted to this Examination :

(a.) Of having passed the First Examination in Arts; Latin having been one of the languages in which he was examined. *

(6.) Of having, subsequently to passing the First Examination in Arts, been engaged in Medical studies for three academical years.

(c.) of having attended the following courses of lectures at a School of Medicine recognized by the Syndicate:

Two Courses, each of 40 Lectures.
Descriptive and Surgical Anatomy.
Chemistry.
Materia Medica.
General Anatomy.

Two Courses, each of 20 Lectures.f
Botany.

One Course of 40 Lectures.
Comparative Anatomy and Zoology.

One Course. Practical Chemical Exercises in testing the nature of ordinary poisons, and in examination of animal secretions and urinary deposits.

(d.) Of having studied Practical Pharınacy for three months, and of having acquired a practical knowledge of the preparation and compounding of Medicines.

(e.) Of having dissected during three Winter Terms and of having completed at least twelve dissections in each term.

3. Every candidate for admission to the Examination shall send his application, with a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A, to the Registrar at least fourteen days before the date fixed for the commencement of the Examination.

4. A fee of twenty rupees shall be payable by each candidate. No candidate shall be admitted, unless he shall have paid this fee to the Registrar. A candidate who fails to pass or present himself for examination shall not be

The words here printed in italics are to take effect as soon after 1869 as the Syndicate may order.

+ Practical demonstrations will be given at the Botanical Gardens.

entitled to claim a refund of the fee. A candidate may be admitted to one or more subsequent Examinations on payment of a like fee of twenty rupees on each occasion ; and in the case of a candidate who has already failed to pass, on the production of a certificate of having attended a further course of hospital practice and clinical instruction subsequently to his last failure for one academical year.

5. The Examination shall be written, oral, and practical.

6. Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects :

Descriptive and Surgical Anatomy.
Elementary Chemical Physics, including the general laws of

Light, Heat, Electricity, and Magnetism; also Chemistry,
Organic and Inorganic, having special reference to

Practical Medical Science.
Botany.
Materia Medica and Pharmacy.
General Anatomy and Physiology.
Comparative Anatomy and Zoology.
Practical Chemistry, so far as regards the testing of the

presence and nature of ordinary poisons, and the

examination of animal secretions and urinary deposits. 7. As soon as possible after the commencement of the Examination, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the candidates who have passed, arranged in two divisions, the first in order of merit, and the second in alphabetical order. Every candidate shall, on passing, receive a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A.

SECOND M. B. EXAMINATION. 8. Any candidate who can produce certificates to the following effect, may be admitted to this examination :

(a.) Of having passed the First M. B. Examination at least two years previously.

(6.) of having, subsequently to passing the First M. B. Examination, attended the following courses of ectures at a School of Medicine recognized by the University :

Tuo Courses, each of 70 Lectures.
Medicine (including Hygiene).
Surgery
Midwifery.

One Course of 70 Lectures.
General Pathology and Morbid Anatomy.

Two Courses of 50 Lectures:
Medical Jurisprudence.

One Course of 25 Lectures. Diseases of the Eye. (c.)Of having, subsequently to passing the First M. B. Examination, dissected the surgical regions, and performed surgical operations during two Winter Sessions ; the certificate to state the number and vature of the operations 80 performed.

(d.) Of baving duly and carefully performed six post-mortem examinations.

(e.) Of having conducted at least six Labours.

Certificates on this subject will be received from any legally qualified practitioner in Medicine.

(f.) Of having attended Hospital and Dispensary Practice during the last three academic years of study in the following manner, viz:

Three months of attendance at the Out-door Dispensary of a recognized Hospital.

Fifteen months of attendance at the Surgical Practice of a recognized Hospital, and Lectures on Clinical Surgery during such attendance.

Fifteen mouths of attendance at the Medical Practice of a recognized Hospital, and Lectures on Clinical Medicine during such attendance.

Three months of attendance at the practice of any EyeInfirmary,

(g.) Of baving drawn up, in his own bandwriting, Medical and Surgical cases during his period of service as Clinical Clerk or dresser.

(h.) of general character and conduct, from the Principal of the College or School of Medicine at which he has studied.

9. Every candidate for admission to the Examination shall send his application, with a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A, to the Registrar at least fourteen days before the date fixed for the commencement of the Examination.

10. A fee of thirty rupees shall be payable by each candidate. No candidate shall be admitted, unless he shall have paid this fee to the Registrar. A candidate who fails to pass or present himself for examination shall not be entitled to claim a refund of the fee.

A candidate may be admitted to one or more subsequent Examinations on payment of a like fee of thirty rupees on each occasion.

The examination shall be written, oral, and prac

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of Surgery.

12. Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects

Principles and Practice of Medicine.

Ditto ditto
Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery.
Midwifery.
Medical Jurisprudence.
Hygiene and Pathology.
General and Comparative Physiology.

Practical Toxicology. The Clinical Examination shall be conducted in the Wards of a Hospital.

13. Every candidate shall be required

To examine, diagnose, and treat cases of Acute or Chronic Disease to be selected by the Examiners ; and to draw up careful histories of the cases ; also, if required, to perform and report in detail necroscopical examinations on any of the selected cases that may have died in Hospital.

To apply apparatus for great surgical injuries, and explain the objects to be attained by them, as well as the manner of effecting those objects.

To examine, in presence of the Examiners, morbid products chemically and by the aid of the miscroscope, demonstrating the results obtained.

To perform capital operations npon the dead subject, 'after detailing to the Examiners the pathological conditions in which such operations are necessary, the different modes of operations adopted, and the reasons for preferring any particular mode of procedure.

14. As soon as possible after the Examination, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the successful candidates, arranged in two divisions, each in alphabetical order.

15. Any Licentiate of three years' standing may be admitted to this Degree, on paying a fee of fifty rupees, and producing certificates to the following effect :

(a.) Of having passed the First Examination in Arts,* Latin having been one of the languages in which he was examined.t

(6.) Of having attended, at a School of Medicinc recognized by the Syndicate, a course of lectures in Comparative Anatomy and Zoology, consisting of at least 40 lectures.

* Any Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery may proceed to the First Examination in Arts or to the B. A. Examination, without completing the two years' attendance at an affiliated Institution required under para. 2 of the First Arts and B. A. Regulations.

+ The words here printed in Italics are to take effect as soon after 1869 as the Syndicate may order.

(c) of having passed an examination in Comparative Anatomy and Zoology and in General and Comparative Physiology

16. Any candidate who has passed the Licentiate Examination before 1867, or the Senior Diploma Examination of the Medical College, may be admitted to this Degree, without further examination or fee, on producing a certificate of having passed the First Examination in Arts,* Latin having been one of the languages in which he was examined.f

HONORS IN MEDICINE. 1. Any candidate, who has been placed in the first division at the Second Examination for the Degree of Bechelor of Medicine, may be examined for Honors in one or more of the following branches :

Surgery.
Medicine.
Midwifery.

Medical Jurisprudence. 2. The Examination shall take place in the week following the completion of the Second Examination, and shall be conducted by means of written papers and practical tests.

3. As soon as possible after each Examination for Honors, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the successful candidates, arranged in order of merit. Candidates shall be bracketed together, unless the Examiners are of opinion that there is clearly a difference in their merits.

DOCTOR IN MEDICINE. 1. An Examination for the Degree of Doctor in Medicine shall be held annually in Calcutta, and shall commence in the first week of April.

• Any Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery may proceed to the First Examination in Arts or to the B. A. Examination, without completing the two years' attendance at an affiliated Institution required under para. of the First Arts and B. A. Regulations.

+ The words here printed in italics are to take effect as soon after 1869 as the Syndicate may order.

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