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(iv) ENGINEERING.

F.E. EXAMINATION. 1.-MATHEMATICS (1) Computations and Mensuration (2) Algebra, Trigonometry and Pare Analytical Geometry

G. W. Küchler, Esq., M.A. (3) Statics and Dynamics

(4) Differential and Integral Calcalus ...) II.-MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION

W. Banks-Gwyther, Esq.,

F.R.I.B.A. III.-NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE

((1) Question Paper A. Chemistry

H. E. Stapleton, Esq., B.A., (2) Practical Examina.

B.Sc.
tion.
( (3) Theory of Light, )

Heat, Electricity

and Magnetism. B. Physics

V. H. Jackson, Esq., M.A. (4) Applied Physics (5) Practical Examina

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B.E. EXAMINATION. 1.-MATHEMATICS(1) Differential and Integral Calculus

G. W. Küchler, Esq. M.A, (2) Hydrostatics II.-NATURAL SCIENCE

(1) Geology

(2) Mineralogy and Metallurgy III.-ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION(1) Details of Construction...

E. R. Gardiner, Esq. (2) Roads and Railways

H. W. Joyce, Esq. (3) Hydraulio Engineering ...

C. H. Demello, Esq. (4) Applied Mechanics

H. Wardle, Esq. (5) Mechanism and Steam-Engine F. Walford, Esq. 16) Attested designs for an Engineering W. H. Everett, Esq., B.A., work.

B.E., M.I.E.E.

.::}P. N. Bose, Esq., B.8c.

IV.-DRAWING

(1) Practical (2) Questions

B. Heaton, Esq.

Banks-Gwyther, Esq., F.R.I.B.A.

V.-OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

(1) Pare Mathematics...
(2) Mixed Mathematics
(3) Chemistry

G. W. Küchler, Esq., M.A.
H. E. Stapleton, Esq., B.A.,

B.Sc.
V. H. Jackson, Esq., M.A.
P. G. Jacobs, Esq.
Rai Sahib Annadaprasad

Sarkar, B.E.

(4) Physics (5) Materials of Construction (6) Geodesy

VII.
RULES FOR EXAMINATIONS,

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PASSED BY THE SYNDICATE.

(i) ARTS.

1.-GENERAL

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(a) APPOINTMENT OF EXAMINERS. 1. In February of each year the Syndicate shall appoint gentlemen to set the question papers in all the subjects of the Arts Èxaminations of the current academical year.

2. No geotleman shall be appointed to set a paper in a subject of which he teaches the whole or a part.

3. Not less than a month before the commencement of the Arts Examina. tions the Syndicate shall appoint Examiners to look over the answer papers of the candidates. Canvassing will not be allowed.

Head Examiners shall be appointed to superintend the work of the Entrance Examiners in the following subjects :(1) English.

(3) Sanskrit and Bengali Translation, (2) Mathematics.

(5) Geography. Head Examiners shall be appointed to superintend the work of the F.A. Examiners, one in each of the following subjects :(1) English.

(4) Physics. (2) Mathematics.

(5) Chemistry. Sanskrit.

(6) History

(7) Logic. Separate Examiners shall be appointed in English and in Philosophy to examine Honour and Pass papers in the B.A Examination.

The B.A. Pass papers in English and in Philosophy shall each be divided into halves, and one Examiner shall be appointed to examine the answers to each half-paper.

In the B.Sc. paper in English, the Essay on each respective scientific subject shall be examined by the Examiners appointed to conduct the B.Sc. Examination in that subject.

(6) SETTING PAPERS. Gentlemen appointed to get the examination papers are requested to write in the margin opposite to each question the maximum number of marks thøy intend to assiga to it.

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5. The papers set shoulă be such as candidates can reasonably be expected to answer within the time allotted.

6. The questions in each subject should be fairly distributed over the whole course in that subject, and should, as far as possible, conform to the standard of previous years. Gentlemen setting papers are requested to guide themselves by the text-book or portions of the text-book prescribed by the Syndicate as covering the syllabus. Where two or more alternative textbooks or groups of text-books are prescribed in any subject, the examination questions shall be so framed as to be capable of being answered out of any one of the prescribed text-books or groups of text-books.

7. The Examination papers, in duplicate, written very legibly on one side only of foolscap paper, are to be sent by post in a sealed and registered double cover to the Registrar at his private residence. No copy of any examination paper is to be retained by the gentleman setting it.

8. In subjects for which only one paper is to be set, two persons, if possible, shall be appointed : and in those for which two or more papers are to be set, if possible, three persons shall be appointed. These persons shall be jointly responsible for the paper or papers set in the subject for which they are appointed. It shall be their joint duty to moderate the papers set by them in consultation with each other and to see that they conform to the conditions laid down by the University for such examination; and that the standard of qnestions set remains approximately uniform from year to year.

9. The papers so set and revised shall be submitted to the Registrar with a certification over the joint signatures of the persons appointed, that the papers conform to the prescribed conditions, and do not involve a variation from the average standard.

(c) EXAMINATION OF PAPERS. 10. The Examiners will be expected to be present in Calcutta during that exrimination in the snbjects for which they have been specially appointed.

11. When two or more Examiners are appointed to examine auswers t the same qnestion paper, they shall meet as soon as possible after th examination to decide upon a uniform system of marking.

•When the answers to a hulf paper are divided between two examiners, the shall determine, at a meeting, the standard to be adopted, and compare the marks, at a meeting, before submitting them.

They shall elect one of their number to act as Chairman, whose duty hall be to decide all questions that arise after the meeting of the Examinei and forward to the Registrar a copy of the rules agreed upon at t meeting

In the case of the Entrance and F.A. Examinations, the Head Examir shall be ex-officio Chairman.

The B.A. Pass papers in English and in Philosophy shall each be divie into halves, and one Examiner shall be appointed to examine the answers each half-paper.

12. Each Examiner shall be furnished with a roll containing the nai and numbers of all the candidates to be examined by him, in wbich he s] enter the total number of marks assigned to each candidate in each paper

The total nomber of marks must, in every case, be a whole number; if .roll sobmitted by an Examiner contains fractional marks it will be retor to him for correction.

13. The Examiners shall mark on each answer paper the marks assig to each question, as well as the total marks.

14. The Examiners will be expected to examine the papers of the ca dates in the order in which their names appear on the roll, and at the en each week to send to the Registrar or to the Head Examiner, as the case be, the pages of the roll containing the marks assigned to the papers esam The number of papers examined each week is expected to be fairly proportiouate to the total number of papers to be examined within the time prescribed. The atteution of the Examiners is specially directed to this rule, and th- Registrar is required to report to the Syndicate after the examinations are over, any case of infraction of this or any other rale.

16. As soon as the results have been tabulated, the Registrar shall prepare a list of the candidates who have failed in one subject only, and in order to guard against any possible inaccuracy their papers in that subject shall be re-examined by the original Examiners, or by the Head Examiners on the method of marking already adopted, and without any alteration of the standard.

To facilitate the work of re-examination, the Examiners, or the Head Examiners, as the case may be, shall keep the answer papers of the candidates arranged in the order in which their names appear on the roll.

The answer papers shall be returned to the Registrar as soon as the work of re-examination is over.

16. Six weeks before the Entrance, F.A., B.A., and B.Sc. Examinations take place, the Syndicate shall fix the latest date for sending in marks. The time allowed for the re-examination of answer papers shall be four days for 100 papers aud under, and one day additional for every 25 papers, or portion thereof, over 100, Sundays being excluded.

In the case of the B.A. Examination 40 half-papers shall, for the purposes of this Rule, be taken to be equivalent to 25 papers.

Where an Examiner has over 100 papers or half-papers to re-examine, he shall send in the marks of these papers by instalments of 100 or less, as the re-examination of them is completed.

If any Examiner fails to send in his marks within the limits of time prescribed for examination and re-examination, the amount of his remuneration shall be reduced by Rs. 16 for each day by which he exceeds that period.

17. Each Examiner shall write his name and the sabject of examination at the foot of every page of his roll.

18. No entry shall be made in the roll against the name of any candidate from whom no paper is received.

19. Examiners are requested to keep the result of the examination and the marks assigned to candidates strictly secret.

20. Not less than a month before the commencement of the Entrance and F.A. Examinations, the Syndicate shall appoint, from among the representatives of the Faculties of Arts and Science at least four Moderators. The Moderators, in consultation with the Registrar, shall be empowered to pass candidates who have failed in one subject only in either of the above examinations, by the addition of grace marks. If the Moderators and the Registrar are not unanimous on any point, it shall be referred to the Syndicate at their next meeting.

21. The Examiners for the B.A. and B.Sc. Examinations shall report the result of the examination in their respective subjects to the Syndicate.

II.-SPECIAL.

(a) ENTRANCE EXAMINATION. 1 The Examination shall be held early in March in the following order :

1st Paper, from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. Monday, English

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