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The papers in each language shall include questions on Grammar and Idiom.
II.-HISTORY. Ancient History.
The historical questions sball include questions relating to the geography of the countries to which they refer.
The text-books will be fixed from time to time by the Syndicate. (See Appendix B.) III.-MATHEMATICS-PURE AND MIXED.
Algebra. (The following in addition to the subjects at Entrance) :
Quadratic Equation ; Proportion and Variation ; Permutations and Combinations ; Arithmetical and Geometrical Progressions ; the Binomial Theorem ; Simple and Compound Interest; Discount; Annuities ; the nature and use of Logarithms.
Geometry. (The following in addition to the subjects at Entrance) :The sixth book of Euclid ; the eleventh Book to Prop. XXI.
l deductions. Plane Trigonometry, as far as the Solution of Triangles.
(a) Psychology, as in Reid's Inquiry, or in Abercrombie's Intellectual Powers.
(6) Chemistry of the Metalloids, as in Roscoe.
7. On the morning of the fourth Monday after the Examination, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the
• The Examination in languages will be such as to test a lower degree of competency than what is required for the B. A. Degree.
† Including experimental illustrations.
candidates who have passed, arranged in three divisions, the first in order of merit, and the second and third in alphabetical order. Every candidate shall on passing receive a certificate in the form entered in Appendix A.
BACHELOR OF ARTS. 1. An Examination for the Degree of B. A. shall be held annually in Calcutta and Agra, and shall commence in the first week in January.
2. Any undergraduate of the University may be admitted to the Examination, provided he has prosecuted a regular course of study in any affiliated institution for not less than two academical years after passing the First Examination in Arts. *
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 thirty days before the date fixed for the commencement of the Examination.
4. 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
be admitted to one or more subsequent Examinations for the Degree of B. A. on payment of a like fee of thirty rupees on each occasion, provided he produces a certificate from the head of an affiliated institution showing that he has prosecuted a regular course of study for six months since the date of the last examination to which he was admitted.
5. The Examination for the Degree of B. A. shall be conducted by means of printed papers.
6. At the Examination for the Degree of B. A., every candidate shall be examined in either of the two following courses, marked A. and B. :
Persian. The Syndicate has power to make exceptions to this rule in favor of Deputy Inspectors of Schools and Schoolmasters.
Any other classical language may be added to this list by the Syndicate.
Passages in each of the languages in which a candidate is examined shall be given for translation into the other language.
Mechanics. The general laws of Motion ; the motion of a falling body in free space and along an inclined plane.
Hydrostatics, Hydraulics, and Pneumatics. Elementary propositions respecting the nature, transmission, and intensity of fluid pressure; the condition of equilibrium of floating bodies ; nature and simple properties of elastic fluids and the pressure produced by them; specific gravity and the modes of determining it; the Barometer; Air-pump; Common pump; Forcing pump; Siphon; Diving-bell; Therinometer.
Astronomy. Descriptive (as distinguished from Practical and Physical) Astronomy; the Solar System; Phenomena of Eclipses.
III and IV. Two of the following three subjects marked (a), (b), and (c) to be selected by the candidate :
(a) 1. Mental Philosophy, Hamilton's Lectures. 2. Moral Philosophy as in Fleming,
Butler's Analogy, Part I.
Logic, as in Fowler's Inductive Logic.
(6) 1. History of England, Green's Short History of the English people.
2. History of India during the Hindu, Mulanmadan, and British periods, down to 1835,
and 3. Arnold's Lectures on Modern History,
Mill on Representative Government,
The History of the Jews, from the beginning of the Monarchy to the Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus.
The historical text-books will be fixed from time to time by the Syndicate. (See Appendix B.)
(C) 1. Algebra
as laid down in the Course 2. Plane Trigonometry
for Honors. 3. Analytical Conic Sections.
IV.-Physical Geography, and one of the following to be selected by the candidate :
as in Ganot.
Botany. (g) Geology.
Palæontology. 7. On the morning of the fourth Monday after the Examination, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the candidates who have passed, arranged in three divisions, the first in order of merit, and the second and third in alphabetical order. REGULATIONS FOR THE EXAMINATIONS OF
GENERAL I.-Female candidates shall be examined in a separate place under the superintendence of ladies.
II.—No female candidates shall be admitted to any examination without presenting a certificate in the form to be prescribed by the Syndicate, signed by a member of the Senate, or the head of an affiliated institution.
III.-In all examinations, the fees paid by female candidates shall be the same as those paid by males.
IV.-No unsuccessful candidate shall be entitled to a refund of her fee.
ENTRANCE EXAMINATION OF FEMALE CANDIDATES. 1. The Entrance Examination shall be the same for females as for males.
F. A. ExaminaTION OF FEMALE CANDIDATES. 1. Female candidates may be admitted to this examination without studying in an affiliated institution. No candidate, however, shall be allowed to present herself for this examination until two years have elapsed from the time of her passing the Entrance Examination.
2. Every female candidate shall be allowed to take up the subjects prescribed by the University of Calcutta for the F. A. Course, with the option of substituting French, German, Italian, or an Indian Vernacular for the second language.
3. Female candidates shall also be allowed to substitute Botany for the subjects included in the second Mathematical paper
in the F. A. Examination.
B. A. EXAMINATION OF FEMALE CANDIDATES. 1. Female candidates may be admitted to this examination without studying in any affiliated institution. But no candidate shall be allowed to present herself for this examination until two years have elapsed from the time of her passing the F. A. Examination.
2. Female candidates shall be allowed to take up the subjects prescribed by the University of Calcutta for the B. A. Course, with the option of substituting French, German, Italian, or an Indian Vernacular for the second language.
3. Female candidates shall also be allowed to substitute Political Economy for the Mathematical subjects in this examination.
4. The names of those female candidates who may succeed in passing the B. A. Examination shall be submitted to the Senate every year before the couvocation, with a view to their being admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Arts.
HONORS IN ARTS. 1. Examinations for Honors in Arts shall be held aunally in Calcutta, commencing in the first week in February.
2. Any candidate who passes the B. A. Examination within four academical years from the date of his passing the Entrance Examination, may, at the Honor Examination next eusuing, or at that of the following year, be