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r Mind, Consciousness, Self-conscious.

Analysis and Clagsification of Mental Processes and Products. Development of Mental Life. Laws of Mind.

Psychology of Cognition. Perception and Sensation. The Senges and the Nervous System. Localisation of Sensation. Primary and Secondary Qualities of Body. Object of Perception. Perception of the different Senses. Acquired Perceptions. Imagination, Expectation, Memory. Thinking, Conception, Judgment, Reasoning, Generalisation. Belief and Knowledge. Experience and Reason. Self, External World. Time, Space, Sob

stance, Cauge, Power. 11.-Philosophy, lst Pass Paper... {Logic

Definition and Province of Logic. Re. lation of Logic to Metaphysics and the Special Sciences. Thought, Knowledge, Trath, Science. Immediate and Mediate Knowledge. Intuitive and Inferential Traths.

2nd half, 50 marks. Logic

Observation and Experiment. Analysis and Synthesis. Classification and Defini. tion. Hypothesis and Explanation. Induction, Analogy, and Probability. The Ground of Induction, Experimental Methods. Deductive Method. Relation of Induction to Deduction. Demonstration, (Syllogism, Functions of Syllogism.

1st half, 50 marks. Psychology

Psychology of Feelings, Sense-Feelings, Emotions and Sentiments. Pleasure and Pain.

Psychology of the Will. Attention and Volition. Appetite and Desire. Instinct and Habit. Voluntary Action. Conflict of Motives, Deliberation, Choice. Freedom of the Will. Ethics

Scope and Method of Ethics. Relation 11.-Philosophy, 2nd Pass Paper of Ethics to Metaphysics, Psychology,

Sociology, and Politics.

2nd half, 50 marks. Ethics—

Analysis of the Moral Consciousness ; Moral Sentiment, Moral Judgment, the Moral Faculty, Springs of Action, and their Mutual Relation.

The Good or Ultimate End of Action. Moral Obligation. Standards of Right and Wrong Sanctions of Morality. The Individual and Society. Duties and Virtues.

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II.-Philosophy, 1st Honour Paper... Logic and Psychology (exclusive of

Psychology of the Feelings and the

Will)

2nd

Ethics and Psychology (of the Feel.

ings and the Will). History of Philosophy. Natural Theology.

3rd

4th
III.-Second Language, e.g.-
Sanskrit, 1st Pass Paper

2nd
lat Honour paper
2nd
3rd

4th
IV.-History and Political Economy-

1st Pass Paper
2nd
1st Honoar Paper
2nd
3rd

4th
V.-Mathematics as in the B Course,

Poetry.
Prose
Poetry.
Prose.
Poetry and Prose.
Comparative Philology.

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History
History and Political Economy.
History of England.
Political Economy.
History of Greece and Rome.
History of India.

B. COURSE.

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1.-English as in the A Course.
II.-Mathematics, 1st Pass Paper Statics and Hydrostatics.
2nd

Dynamics and Astronomy.
1st Honour Paper Statics and Hydrostatics.
2nd

Dynamics and Astronomy. 3rd

Analytical Geometry. 4th

Differential and Integral Calcalas. III.-Physics and Chemistry1st Pass Paper

Physics. 2nd

Chemistry. 1st Honour Paper

Physics. 2nd

Physics and Doctrine of Soien

Method. 3rd

Chemistry.
4th

(a) Chemistry, time 14 hours.
(b) Chemistry, Practical Exam

tion, time 3 hours. IV.–Biology, 1st Pass Paper

Physiology.
2nd

Botany or Zoology.
1st Honour Paper Physiology.
2nd

Botany and Doctrine of Sciei

Method. 3rd

Zoology and Doctrine of Scie

Method. 4th

Zoology V.-Geology. lst Pass Paper

Geology 2nd

Physical Geography or Mineralo Ist Honour Paper Geology. 2nd

Mineralogy and Physical Geogr 3rd

Geology and Doctrine of Scie

Method. 4th

Palæontology and Dootrin

Scientific Method.

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6. The same number of marks, viz., 100, shall be given for each paper with the exception of the 4th Honour Paper in Chemistry, in which 50 marks shall be given for the half-paper in Chemistry, and 50 for the Practical Examination. In order to pass in the Pass Course in any snbject, a candidate mast obtain 60 marks.

In order to obtain Honours in the First Division in any subject, a candi. date mast obtain 240 marks ; and in order to obtain Honours in the Second Division in any sabject, a candidate must obtain 160 marks.

In order to pass in an Honour Subject, a candidate must obtain 100 marks.

If a candidato obtains Honours in any subject, no minimum aggregate sball be required : but if a candidate does not obtain Honours in any subject, he must, in order to pass, obtain 216 marks in the aggregate ; and if he has taken op an Honour Babject, 60 per cent. of the marks obtained in that shall be counted towards the aggregate.

In order to obtain a special certificate in Original Composition in Bengali, Hindi, Urda, or Uriya, a candidate must obtain 50 per cent. of the marks.

(d) B.Sc, EXAMINATION.
1. The examination shall be held in March in the following order :-
Monday, English

One paper, Essay, from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M.
1st Pass and 1st Honour Paper, from 10 A.M.

to 1 PM Tuesday, Physics

Pass Practical Examination and 2nd Honour

Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Wednesday,

Honour Practical Examination.
1st Pass and 1st Honour Paper, from 10 A.M.

to 1 P.M. Thursday, Chemistry

Pass Practical Examination and 2nd Honour

Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Friday,

Honour Practical Examination. 18t Pass and 1st Honour Paper, from 10 A.M.

to 1 P.M. Saturday, Mathematics

2nd Pass Paper (Optional Mathematics) and

2nd Honour Paper, from to 2 P.m. to 5 P.M. Monday,

3rd Honour Paper, from 10 A.m. to 1 P.M. Ist Pass and 1st Honoor Paper, from 10 A.M.

to 1 P.M. Tuesday, Physiology

Pass Practical Examination and 2nd Honour

Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Wednesday,

Honour Practical Examination.
Ist Pass and lst Honour Paper, from 10 A.M.

to 1 P.M. Thursday, Botany

Pasg Practical Examination and 2nd Honour

Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Friday,

Honour Practical Examination.
Ist Pass and 1st Honour Paper, from 10 A.M.

to 1 P.M. Saturday, Zoology

Pass Practical Examination and 2nd Hononr

Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Monday,

Honour Practical Examination.
1st Pass and 1st Honour Paper, from 10 A.M.

to 1 P.M. Tuesday, Geology

Pass Practical Examination and 2nd Honoor

Paper, from 2 p m. to 5 P.M. Wednesday,

Honour Practical Examination.

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1st Pass and 1st Honour Paper, from 10 A.M.

to I P.M. Thursday, Mineralogy

Pasg Practical Examination and 2nd Honoor

Paper, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. Friday,

Honour Practical Examination. 2. There shall be a simple practical examination in all subjects other than English and Mathematics.

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

4. One paper shall be set in English, requiring short essays to be written on some portion of a subject in (a) Physical Science or Chemistry, and (b) in one other of the Optional Subjeots taken up by the Candidate. Each Essay on the respective subjects must be written in a separate answer-book.

In the Pass Papers in Mathematics one-half of the marks shall be assigned to easy riders and problems.

5. Different papers shall be prepared for the Pass and the Honour candidates. The questions set in the papers for Pass candidates shall be taken only from the Pass course, and the questions set to the candidates for Honours shall be taken from both the Pass and the 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 candidates for a Pass only. The papers shall be headed Mathematics* First Pass paper; Mathematics* Second Pass Paper; Mathematics* First Hononr paper ; Mathematics* Second Honour Paper; Mathematics® Third Hononr Paper; Mathe. matics* Fourth Honour Paper.

6. The papers shall be headed and distributed among the various subjects follows:

Marks. (a) Essay on some portion of

& subject in Physical I.-English, Pass Paper only

Science or Chemistry... 100 (8) Essay in one other of the

optional subjects taken

up by the candidate 100 II & X.—Matbematics, 1st Pass Paper Statics and Dynamics

200 2nd

Hydrostatics and Astronomy 200 Ist Honour Statics and Dynamics

200 2nd

Hydrostatics and Astronomy 200 3rd

Plane Analytical Geometry 200 4th

Differential and Integral
Calculas

200 III.-Physics, 1st Pass Paper

100 2nd

Practical Exam. in Physics... 100 Ist Honoor

100 2nd

10% 3rd

Practical Exam. in Physics... 206 IV.-Chemistry, 1st Pass Paper

104 2nd Practical Exam, in Chemistry 10%

10 2nd

10 3rd Practical Exam. in Chemistry

20 V.-Physiology, 1st Pass Paper

10 2nd

Practical Exam.in Physiology 10 Ist Honour

IC 2nd

10 Practical Exam. in Physiology

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Marks. VI.-Botany, let Pass Paper

100 2nd

Practical Exam. in Botany. 100 1st Honour

100 2nd

100 3rd

Practical Exam. in Botany... 200 VII.— Zoology, 1st Pass Paper

100 2nd

Practical Exam. in Zoology... 100 1st Honour

100 2nd

100 3rd

Practical Exam.in Zoology. 200 VIII.- Geology, 1st Pass Paper

100 2nd

Practical Exam. in Geology.. 100 1st Honoar

100 2nd

100 3rd

Practical Exam. in Geology 200 IX.-Mineralogy, 1st Pass Paper

100 2nd

Practical Exam, in Mineralogy 100 1st Honour

100 2nd

100 3rd

Practical Exam. in Mineralogy 200 In order to pass in the Pass Course in any subject a candidate must obtain 33 per cent. of the total number of marks allotted to the subject. In order to pass the B.Sc. Examioation a candidate must obtain 40 per cent. in theaggregate.

In order to pass the B.Sc. Examination with Honours, a candidate must take up and obtain Honours in at least two subjects, Mathematics counting as a double sobject.

As an exception to the ordinary rule, making Mathematics a compalsory subject, a candidate who, after Examination in English, Physics and Chemistry and any two of the other subjects, passes in all five and obtains Honours. in at least three subjects (English excepted), may obtain the degree of B.Sc. without taking up mathematics.

In order to obtain Honours in the First Division in any subject, a candidate must obtain 60 per cent. of the total number of marks allotted to that subject, and, in order to obtain Honours in the Second Division in any subject, a candidate must obtain 40 per cent. of the total namber of marks allotted to that subject.

In order to pass in an Honour Sabject, a candidate must obtain 30 per cent. of the total number of marks allotted to that subject.

If a candidate obtains Honours in two or more subjects, no minimum aggregate shall be required, but if a candidate does not obtain Honours in two subjects, he must, in order to qualify as a Pass candidate, obtain 480 marks in the aggregate ; and if he has taken up two or more Honour subjects 55 per cent. of marks obtained in those subjects shall be counted towards the aggregate.

(e) M.A. EXAMINATION. 1. The Examination shall be held in the month of November in the following order :

Monday 10 a.m. to 3 P.M., 1st Paper.
Tuesday

2nd
Wednesday

3rd Thursday

4th Friday

5th Saturday

6th

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