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rand Paper, from 2 P.M. to 6 P.M. Part i-(a) Translation from

vernacular. (6) Special questions for

Students whose Monday, Englisb

vernacular is

English.
Part ii-Qaestions

English
Composition for all

candidates.

Arithmetic and Algebra, from 10 A.M. Taesday, Mathematics

to 1 P.M. Geometry, from 2 P.m. to 5 P.M. 1st Paper, from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. Text

and Grammar. Wednesday, Second Language

2nd Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Trans

lation and Composition.

History, from 10 a.m. to 1 P.M. Thursday, History and Geography Geography and Huxley's Introductory

Primer, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. {

Freehand and Model Drawing, from 10 Friday, Drawing*

A.M. to 1 P.M. 2. The questions shall be framed chiefly with a view to test a general but intelligent knowledge of the subjects, and questions that are very minute or very difficolt shall, as a rule, be avoided.

3. The following values are attached to the various subjects : English (1st paper), 120; (2nd paper), 80. Mathematics—two papers, 80 each. Second Language ( 1st paper), 80; (2nd paper), 40. History and Geography, with Huxley's Introductory Primer-two papers, 60 each. Drawing (optional subject), 100.

In the passages on Hygiene in the English selections only a general knowledge of the subject will be expected, and as regards technical terms no further explanation than that given in the notes will be required.

Part I of the 2nd paper in English (translation from a vernacular, and the corresponding special questions for students whose vernacular is English) shall be calculated to occupy one hour, and 26 marks shall be assigned to it.

In the mathematical papers not less than 60 per cent. of the marks in Geometry, and not more than 30 per cent. of the marks in Arithmetic and Algebra, shall be assigned to bookwork.

In the papers in Sanskrit and Sanskritic languages, some of the questions, at least, shall be required to be answered in the language in which the candi. date is being examined.

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*l. Freehand

The candidate will be required to draw correctly, in outline, straight lines, simple and compound curves. Drawing to be enlarged or reduced to a given size.

2. Model Drawing

By “ Modol Drawing” the delineation of “Geometric solids or common objects from nature" is to be anderstood.

The candidate will be required to draw correctly, in outline, Geometrio solids, as the cube, triangular, square, and hexagonal prisms, the cylinder, and cone-tke solids to be arranged in groups of two or three in combination with common objects (without ornamentation) as Vases, Lotas, Buckets, Stools, etc.

Drawing to be not less than eight inches in height.
One paper to be set in this subject.

4. To pass the examination, candidates shall be required to obtain 33 per cent. of the marks in English and 25 per cent. in the remaining subjects and 33 per cent, in the aggregate.

5 Candidates obtaining 50 per cent. of the marks in the aggregate shall be placed in the First Division, and those obtaining 40 per cent. in the Second Division.

In Drawing (optional subject) the papers of candidates gaining 60 per cent. or more of the marks shall be classed as excellent," and those gaining between 40 and 60 per cent. as “good.”

6 The Head Examiner shall determine, in consultation with the Entrance Examiners in his subject, the method of marking the answer papers of the candidates.

For this purpose a meeting of the Examiners in each subject shall be held as soon as possible after the close of the examination, at which provisional roles shall be drawn up. After this meeting each Examiner shall look over a certain nomber f papers (the nnmber to be determined at the meeting), and shall sabmit them to the Head Examiner for re-examination. After he has re-examined those papers, the lead Examiner shall call another meeting for the final determination of the rules. A copy of these rules shall be sent to each Entrance Examiner and to the Registrar.

7. Each Head Examiner shall re-examine at least 5 per cent. of the answer papers looked over by each of the Entrance Examiners in his subject, with a view to see whether they are working uniformly according to the method indicated, and shall direct, if necessary, any Examiner to conform strictly to that method.

The re-examination of the answer papers shall be conducted in the following manner :

Every Entrance Examiner shall, as soon as he finishes the examination of ahont 100 papers, send them with the corresponding pages of his roll to his Head Examiner, who shall examine at least five papers taken at random out of them, and shall give the Examiner any further instructions he may deem fit, or shall return the remaining papers for re-examination, if he is of opinion that the rales have not been complied with. The same course shall be fol• lowed with every subsequent batch of 100 papers.

8. In no case shall the Head Examiner increase or diminish the marks assigned to any paper by an Entrance Examiner without himself examining

9. In case of difference arising between a Head Examiner and an En. trance Examiner, an appeal shall lie to the Moderators.

10. Every Entrance Examiner must remain in Calcutta as long as his ser. vices are required by his Head Examiner.

11. The Head Examiner shall forward to the Registrar by instalments the totalised marks in bis subject, with observations on those cases which he may deem worthy of special consideration.

In order to avoid delay in the submission of the totalised marks, Head Examiners are requested to see that the Entrance Examiners look over the papers of candidates in the order in which their names appear in the rolls (General Rule 14).

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(6) FIRST EXAMINATION IN ARTS. 1. The Examination shall be held in March in the following order :Monday, English

Poetry, from 10 A.m. to 1 P.M.

Prose, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Taesday, Mathematics

2 P.M. 5 P.X.

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Second Language, from 10 A.m. to Wednesday, Second Language

1 P.M.

Second Language, from 2 P.m. to 5 P.m. Thursday, Physics and Chemistry

Chemistry, from 10 A.m. to 1 P.M. Friday, History and Logic

History, from 10 a.m. to 1 P.M.

Logic, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Saturday,Physiology, Sanitary Science, Physiology, from 10 A.m. to 1 P.M.

and Optional paper on Original) Sanitary Science, from 10 A.M. to 1P.M. Composition in Bengali, Hindi, Original Composition, from 2 P.m. to Urdu, or Uriya.

5 P.M. 2. In all cases where the answers are written in English, Examiners in giving marks shull take the correctness of English into account.

3. The value of the papers shall be as follows: English, 75 marks in each paper; Mathematics, 60 marks in each paper ; Second Language, 60 marks in each paper; Physics and Chemistry, 60 marks in each paper; History, 60 marks; Logic, 60 marks; Physiology, 60 marks ; Sanitary Science, 60 marks.

4. In the mathematical papers at least three-fifths of the marks shall be Awarded to bookwork. In the Physics paper no mathematical questions shall be get,

In one of the papers in English, some subject for Original Composition shall be get; 25 marks shall be assigned to this question.

The examination in Logic shall be on the subject as defined by the syllabns, and shall not necessarily be confined to the book recommended to be nsed in studying the subject.

An optional paper on Original Composition in Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, or Uriya shall be set at the examination ; 100 marks shall be assigned to it.

5. In order to pass in English, a candidate must obtain 45 marks; in Mathematics, 30 marks; in the Additional Language, 30 marks; in Physics and Chemistry, 30 marks; in History, 15 marks ; in Logic, 15 marks; in Physiology, 15 marks; in Sanitary Science, 15 marks.

In order to pass the F.A. Examination, a candidate must pass in the Compnlsory Subjects and most secure an aggrgate of 160 marks in those subjects. Candidates obtaining 342 marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, and those obtaining 257 marks or more shall be placed in the Second Division.

If a candidate has passed in the Compulsory Subjects and has obtained the minimum aggregate, he will be allowed to have the marks which he may obtain in the Optional Subjects, provided he has passed in it, added to his aggregate marks in the Compulsory Subjects, and the total so obtained will be used in determining the division in which he will be placed, and the place in such division.

In order to entitle a candidate to a special certificate in Original Composition in Bengali, Hindi, Urda, or Uriya, under paragraph 8 of the F.A. Regulations, the candidate must obtain not less than 50 per cent. of the marks in the paper on Composition.

6. The Head Examiner shall determine, in consnltation with the F.A. Examiners in his subject, the method of marking the answer papers of the candidates.

For this pnrpose a meeting of the Examiners in each subject shall be held, as soon as possible, after the close of the Examination, at which provisional rules shall be drawn np. After this meeting, each Examiner shall look over a certain nomber of papers (the number to be determined at the meeting), and shall gubmit them to the Head Examiner for re-examination. After he has re-examined these papers, the Head Examiner shall call another meeting for the final determination of the rules. A copy of these rules shall be sent to each F.A. Examiner and to the Registrar.

7. Each Head Examiner shall re-examine 5 per cent. of the answer papers looked over by each of the F.A. Examiners in his subject, with a view to see whether they are working uniformly according to the method indicated, and shall direct, if necessary, any Examiner to conform strictly to that method.

The re-examination of the answer papers shall be conducted in the following

manner :

Every F.A. Examiner shall, as soon as he finishes the examination of about 100 papers, send them with the corresponding pages of his roll to his Head Examiner, who shall examine at least five papers taken at random out of them and shall give the Examiner any further instructions he may deem fit or shall return the remaining papers for re-examination, if he is of opinion that the rales have not been complied with. The same course shall be followed with every subsequent batch of 100 papers.

8. In no case shall the Head Examiner increase or diminish the marks assigned to any paper by an F.A. Examiner without himself examining that paper.

9. In case of a difference arising between a Head Examiner and an F.A. Examiner an appeal shall lie to the Moderators.

10. Every F.A. Examiner must remain in Calcatta as long as his services are required by his Head Examiner.

11. The Head Examiner shall forward to the Registrar by instalments the marks or totalised marks, as the case may be, in his subject, with observations on those cases which he may deem worthy of special consideration.

In order to avoid delay in the submission of the totalised marks, Head Examiners are requested to see that the F.A. Examiners look over the papers of candidates in the order in which their names appear in the rolls (General Rale 14).

(c) B.A. EXAMINATION.

Monday, English (Pass and Honour) { and Paper, from 2 P.M. to 6 F.M.

1. The Examination shall be held in March in the following order :

1st 1

Tuesday, English (Honour).

3rd Paper, from 10 A.M to 1 P.M.

4th Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Wednesday, Philosophy and alterna: ? 1st Paper, from 10 A.m. to 1 P.M.

tive subjects in the B Course (Pass and Hononr)

s 2nd Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Tharsday, Philosophy and alterna. tive subjects in

the B Course

3rd Paper, from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. (Honour)

*4th Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Friday, Mathematics and alternative subjects in the A Course (Pass and

1st Paper, from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. Honour)

2nd Paper, from 2 P.m. to 5 P.M. Satarday, Mathematics and alternative sabjects in the A Course

3rd Paper, from 10 A.m. to 1 P.M. (Honour)

4th Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Monday, Optional paper on Original

Composition in Bengali, Hindi, > From 10 A.m. to 1 P.M.
Urdu, or Uriya

2. In all cases where the answers are written in English, Examiners in giving marks shall take the correctness of English into account.

Chemistry, 2 to 3-30 P.M. Date or dates of the practical examination in Chemistry will be fixed by the Registrar in consultation with the Examiner.

3. The papers in each language shall include questions in Grammar and Idiom, and paraphrasing shall be discouraged. Sentences in each of the languages in which the candidate is examined shall be given for translation into the other language. No questions in Rhetoric are to be set in the Sanskrit Pass and Honour Papers.

In English, in one of the Pass papers, some subject for Original Composi. tion shall be set ; 30 marks will be assigned to this question.

In the 4th Honour paper in English, some subject for Original Composition shall be set ; 50 marks will be assigned to this question.

In the Pass papers in Mathematics three-fifths of the marks shall be assigned to bookwork and two-fifths to simple riders.

In the Honour papers in Mathematics one-half of the marks shall be assigned to bookwork and the other half to easy riders and problems.

The questions in Descriptive Astronomy shall be confined to bookwork.

The examination in Mental and Moral Science shall be on the subject as defined by the syllabus, and shall not necessarily be confined to the books recommended to be used in studying the snbject.

In the 3rd Honour paper 25 marks shall be assigned to questions on the “Special Subject ” in History of Philosophy.

In the 2nd Pags paper in Mathematics 40 marks shall be allotted to Astronomy.

An Optional paper on Original Composition in Bengali, Hindi, Urda, or Uriya shall be set at the examination ; 100 marks shall be assigned to it:

4. Different papers shall be prepared for the Pass and Honour candidates, who will be examined at the same time. The questions set in the papers for Pass candidates shall be taken only from the Pass Coarse, and the questions set to the candidates for Honours eball be taken from both the Pass and Honour Courses. In the papers set to the Honour candidates, the questions taken from the Pass Course, shall be more difficult than those in the papers set to the candidates for a Pass only. The papers shall be headed English, (*) 1st Pass paper ; English, (•) 2nd Pass paper ; English, (*) 1st Honour paper; English, (*) 2nd Honour paper ; English, (*) 3rd Honour paper ; English, (*) 4th Honoor paper.

5. The papers shall be headed and distribnted among the various subjects as follows:

A. COURSE.

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1st half, Poetry, 50 marks, Shakespeare's

Plays. 2nd half, Poetry, 50 marks, Palgrave

and Tennyson. 1st half, Prose, 50 marks, Burke. 2nd half, Prose, 20 marks, Typical Selec

tions from English Writers, Vol. II., 30

marks, Original Composition. Poetry, Pass texts. Prose, Pass texts. Poetry and Prose, Honour texts. History of English Language and Literatare and Essay.

1st half, 50 marks. Psychology

Philosophy and Psychology. Scope and | Method of Psychology. Relation of Psy (chology to Metaphysics and Physiology

II.-Philosophy, let Pass Paper

(*) Or whatever the subject may be.

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