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2. One hundred marks shall be allotted to each paper in all branches of the M.A. Examination, and a Practical Examination in Natural and Physical Science shall be considered equivalent to one paper.
The Practical Examination in the Scientific Subjects shall be conducted conjointly by two examiners.
25 Marks shall be assigned to Political Philosophy and 25 marks to the Special Subject.
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 subject.
3. The papers in the different branches shall be headed and distributed as .follows:
General Paper on Literature. 6th
Anglo-Saxon, Comparative Grammar, Historical
English Grammar, and Essay. N.B.- In the 6th Paper, 50 marks are to be assigned to Anglo-Saxon, Comparative Grammar, and Historical English Grammar, and 50 marks to the Essay.
GREEK. Ist Paper
Homer, Pindar, Aristophanes. 2. d
Æschylus. Sophocles, Euripides. 3rd
Unseen passages, Grammar, Sayce. 4th
Herodotus, Thucydides, Demosthenes. 5th
Plato, Aristotle. 6th
Essay, Composition, Mahaffy.
Sabah-i. Muallaqah. 2nd
Maquddamae-i-Ibn Khaladun. 6th
Essay. Two unseen passages shall be set at the examination, one in Prose and the other in Poetry. The prose passage shall form part of Paper V, and the poetry passage shall form part of Paper II. Such passages shall not exceed in difficulty the general standard of the text-books prescribed for the examination.
Kháqáni Qasáid. 2nd
Hakim Senai (Hadiqaab). 3rd
Habib Qaani (Qasaid) and Saifi (Uraz). Ath
Inshai Abul Fazl and Shamsuddin Faqur (Hadiq.
ul Balaghat). 5th
Essay. Two unseen passages shall be set at the examination, one in Prose and tho other in Poetry. The prose passage shall form part of Paper V, and the poetry passage shall form part of Paper II. Such passages shall not exceed in difficulty the general standard of the text-books prescribed for the exam. ination.
Candidates are also required to possess a sufficient knowledge of Arabic to enable them to acquire a thorough knowledge of the Persian Language.
Ethics and Political Philosophy. 4th
Natural Theology and Metaphysics. 6th
History of Philosophy (general). 6th
Essay. N.B.—The subject of History of Philosophy (special) shall be grouped each year with the subject to which the special subject prescribed for the year is allied.
MATHEMATICS. GROUP A. 1st Paper
Algebra and Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical. 2nd
Theory of Equations and Analytical Plane Geo
metry, omitting the Higher Plane Curves. 3rd
Differential Calculus, Integral Calculas (including
the elements of the Calculus of Variations) and
differential Equations. 4th
Analytical Solid Geometry. 5th
Analytical Statics, and Dynamics of a Particle. 6th
Hydrostatics and Elementary Hydrokinetics, New
ton's Principia, Sections I, II, III, and Astro. nomy.
MATHEMATICS. GROUP B.
cluding the elements of the Calculus of Varia-
Analytical Statics. 4th
Dynamics of a Partiole and Bigid Dynamics. 5th
Hydro-mechanics (including the elements of the
Theory of Sound). 6th
Astronomy and Nowton's Principia, Seotions I, II,
III, IX, XI. Candidates shall be required to possess a knowledge of so much of the Theory of Equations, Differential Equations, Spherical Trigonometry, and Geometrical Optics as is necessary to anderstand the subjects in Group (B).
NATURAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE (A). 1st Paper
Chemistry of the non-metals and Outlines of
Theoretical Chemistry. 2nd
Chemistry of the Metals. 3rd
Organic Chemistry. 4th, 5th, 6th Papers Practical Examination.
NATURAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE (B).
1st Paper 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Electricity and Magnetism.
lat Paper 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
NATURAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE (C).
NATURAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE (D).
Anatomy, Histology and Cryptogamic Botany.
include identification of prepared specimens,
tions, Micro-chemical re-actions). Identification of Cryptogamic specimens, and
making sections for the Microscope. ... Identification of specimens with the help of Flora
Indica, or referring them to their Natural Orders.
1st Paper 2nd
NATURAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE (E).
Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.
Physiology of the nervous system and of the
special organs of senge. Physiology of Digestion, Respiration, and Circu..
lation and Physiological Chemistry. Practical Examination in Zoology. Practical Examination in Physiology.
NATURAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE (F). 1st Paper
Mineralogy and Petrology. 4th
Crystallography and Inorganic Chemistry. 5th
Practical Examination in Mineralogy... Oth
Practical Examination in Geology. 4. In order to pass the M.A. Examination in Languages, History, or Mental and Moral Philosophy, a candidate must obtain 30 per cent. of the marks in each paper with 40 per cent. in the aggregate for a third class ; 48 per cent. for a second class; and 60 per cent. for a first class ; and in order to pass the M.A. Examination in Mathematics or Natural and Physical Science, a caudidate must obtain 33 per cent in the aggregate for a third class, 45 per cent. for a second class, and 60 per cent. for a first class, without any minimum percentage in each paper. Provided that, in Natural and Physical Science, a cardidate must also obtain an aggregate of 30 per cent. in the Practical papers, the Practical Examination in each of the Natural and Physical Scier.ce Groups being conducted conjointly by two examiners.
1. The Syndicate siiall, in the month of May, appoint Board of Examiners, of which the President of the Faculty of Law for the time being shall be ex-officio President. Canvassing will not be allowed.
2. The examination shall be held in the month of November in the following order
From 10 AM to 1 P.M.
From 1.30 P.M. to 4-30 P.M.
Jurisprudence, &c., &c. ... Law relating to persons in
their public and private capa.
cities, &c., &c. Law of Property, includ. Law of Property, including the
ing the Law relating to Laws of Transfer, &c.
Land Tenures, &c.