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2. Any Bachelor in Medicine may be admitted to this Examination, provided he can produce certificates to the following effect :
(a.) Of baving been 'admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Aris.
(8.) of having, subsequently to passing the M. B. Examimation, completed
Five years of certified practice of the Medical profession, or Two years' Hospital practice and two years' private practice, or
Two years' practice, either hospital or private, if the candidate be a Graduate in Medicine with Honors.
(c.) Of good moral character, signed by two persons of respectability.
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 one month before the date fixed for the commencement of the Examination.
4. A fee of one hundred 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 one hundred rupees on each occasion.
5. The Examination shall be written, oral, and practical.
6. Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects :
Medicine, including the Practice of Physic.
Hygiene and Pathology. 7. As soon as possible after the Examination, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the successful candidates, arranged in alphabetical order.
8. Any candidate, who is not a Bachelor in Medicine, may be admitted to the Examination for the Degree of
* Any Bachelor in Medicine may proceed to the B. A. Examination without completing the two years' study at an affiliated Institution required under para. 2 of the B, A. Regulations.
Doctor in Medicine, on producing certificates to the following effects :
(a.) Of having passed the Senior Diploma Examination of the Medical College or the Licentiate Examination in Medicine and Surgery of the University.
(6.) Of having attained the age of 35 years. (c.) of having practised the Medical profession with repute
for five years.
(d.) Of fitness, moral and social, for the degree.
(e.) Of having passed the B. A. Examination,* Latin having been one of the languages in which he was examined it or
The following preliminary Examination for those candidates only who had completed their Medical Education in or before the Session of 1859:
English. Subjects of Examination shall not be appointed, but the answers of the candidates in all subjects must be such as to show a competent knowledge of the English language.
Mental and Moral Science. Mental Science ;-as contained in Abercrombie on the Intellectual Powers.
Moral Philosophy ;-as contained in Payne and Abercrombie.
LICENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. 1. An Examination for a Licenset in Civil Engineering shall be held annually in Calcutta, and shall commence in the first week in May.
2. Any undergraduate of the University may be admitted to this Examination, provided he has prosecuted a regular course of study in a School of Engineering recognized by the Syndicate, for three academical years after passing the Entrance Examination.
* Any person who has passed a University Examination for a License in Medicine and Surgery in or before 1864, may proceed to the B. A. Examination without passing the First Examination in Arts or completing the two years of study at an affiliated Institution required under para. 2 of the B. A. Regulations.
+ The words here printed in itlalics are to take effect as soon after 1869 as the Syndicate may order.
| The holder of this Licence shall be styled a Licentiate in Civil Engineering
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-five rupees shall be payable by each candidate. No candidate shall be admitted, unless he has 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 twenty-five rupees on each occasion,
5. Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects
Geometry. Euclid -Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 11 to Prop. 21, with Deductions. Conic Sections, treated geometrically.
II. MECHANICAL PHILOSOPAY.
Principles of the Barometer and Thermometer, and application to determine height of mountains; of the Air-pump, Condenser Pump, Siphon, and Hydrostatic Press.
Hydrodynamics. Motion of fluids through a small orifice. Percussion and resistance of fluids.
Optics. Laws of reflection, refraction, and radiation for plane and spherical surfaces. Formation of images ; simple and compound Lenses; the Eye; Principles of the Sextant, Telescope, Microscope. III. NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL Science.
Chemistry. The elements of Inorganic Chemistry, as laid down in Chambers's Course, and as applied to the preparation of wrought-iron, steel, and cements.
Heal. Elementary laws of heat, with reference to steam and combustion of fuel.
Mineralogy. Physical characteristics of minerals.
Physical Geography. With special reference to that of India.
Stones. Preparation of Bricks and Tiles, Mortars and Cements, Paints, Iron and Steel, Preservation of timber.
Practice of Building.
Construction of Roads.
Construction of Railroads. Selection of line, cutting and embankments, tunnels, gradients,
The Practice of Bridge-Building.
Carpentry. Scarfs, joins, centres for bridges, roofs.
Hydraulic Works. Flow of water in pipes and open channels, and over weirs, tanks, canals, sluices, locks.
Strength of Materials. Residence of iron and wood to compression, tension, transverse and longitudinal strains and detrusion. Deflection of beams. Various forms of beams, solid and hollow.
Stability of Structures. As applied to retaining walls, bridges, abutments, walls of buildings, and framed structures.
Mechanism. Motion ;
Machines, advantage and uses of. Elementary forms ; levers ; cranks; rolling contacts; sliding contacts; mechanism for modifying motion ; accumulation and regulation of motion. Sources of power-Gravity, Wind, Heat, Muscular action. The Steam Engine in detail. Hydraulic Machines—Water wheels and Turbines.
Designs. An original design for a work on given data, with report, speci. fication, and estimate.
V. DRAWING. Geometrical, Mechanical, Engineering, and Architectural, Perspective, Isometrical Perspective, Topographical, and Landscape Drawing.
(Attested specimens of each kind to be submitted to the Examiners, in addition to the specimers to be executed during the Examination, to wbich marks will be assigned.)