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3. The papers shall each be divided into halves, and one Examiner shall be appointed to examine the answers to each half-paper.

4. One hundred marks are allotted to each paper. In order to pass the eramination a candidate must obtain 33 per cent. in each paper with twothirds of the total marks for a first class and one-half for a second.

5. Examiners are requested to write in the margin opposite to each ques. tion the maximum number of marks they intend to assign to it.

6. The papers set should be such as can be reasonably expected to be angwered within the time allotted.

7. The questions in each subject should be fairly distributed over the whole course in that subject.

8. The papers are to be delivered by the Examiners either in person to the Registrar or sent to him in a sealed double cover op or before the...... 9. Examiners are required to be present during the examination.

10. Rolls containing the names of the candidates will be supplied to the Examiners, who shall enter in them the total marks awarded to each candidate. The Examiners are also reguired to mark on each answer paper the marks assigned to each question, as well as the total marks. The total number of marks must in every case be a whole number ; if the roll submitted by an Examiner contains fractional marks, it will be returned to him for correction.

11. As soon as possible after the last day of application for admission to the B.L. Examination, the Syndicate shall fix the latest date for sending in marks. The attention of the Examiners is specially directed to this role, and the Registrar is required to report to the Syndicate any case of infrac. tion of this rule.

12. The answer papers of candidates, after they have been examined, are to be returned to the Registrar.

13. Examiners are required to keep the result as well as the marks awarded to candidates STRICTLY SECRET. The special attention of Examiners is called to thie rule.

HONOURS IN LAW EXAMINATION,

1. The Syndicate shall, as soon as candidates have sent in their applica. tions, appoint a Board of at least two Examiners to conduct the examination.

2. The examination shall be held in the month of November. Two papers shall be given ont every day; the order of the papers shall be the same as named in paragraph 6 of the Regulations. 3. One hundred marks shall be allotted to each paper.

In order to pass the examination a candidate must obtain sixty per cent. of the marks in each paper. The Examiners may, for special reasons to be recorded by them, recommend a departure from this role in any case.

4. The question papers are to be delivered by the Examiners either in person to the Registrar or sent to him in a sealed double cover sach time before the Examination as the Registrar may fix.

6. The Examiners are requested to submit their report, as well as the marks awarded to each candidate, on or before the fourth Saturday after the end of the examination.

6. The answer papers of the candidates, after they have been examined, are to be returned to the egistrar.

7. Examiners are requested to keep the results, as well as the marks awarded to candidates, STRICTLY SECRET. The especial attention of Examiners is called to this rule.

(ii) MEDICINE.

PRELIMINARY SCIENTIFIC, FIRST AND SECOND L.M.S.

EXAMINATIONS.

1. The Syndicate shall, in the month of November, appoint a Board of Examiners, of which the President of the Faculty of Medicine for the timebeing shall be ex-officio President. Canvassing will not be allowed.

2. The examinations shall be held in the following order :

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3. The fall marks for each subject and the minimum marks reqairod for passing the examinations have been prescribed by the Syndicate as follows:

In the Preliminary Scientific and First L.M.8. Examinations,

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• W stands for written, O for oral, and P for practical examinations. (1) O inolades identification of specimens and plants. (2) P inoludes examination in Practical Pharmacy in a Dispensary or

at a Pharmaceutical Laboratory. (3) P includes clinical. (4) P inoludes operations and clinical.

In the Second L.M.8. Examination,

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In Medicine

full marks 1,000,

passing marke 500 Burgery

1,000

500 Midwifery

1,000

500 ,, Pathology

600

210 Hygiene

600

210 Medical Jurisprudence

600

210 4. When two Examiners are appointed to set a paper in any subject for the L.M.S. Examinations, they shall be jointly responsible for the paper. The paper shall be divided into two halves, distinguished as the "First Half ” and the “Second Half." The answers to the First Half sball be looked over by one of the Examiners, and those to the Second Half by the other. The Oral and Practical Examinations shall be conducted by the two ExamiDers jointly. The Remuneration sanctioned by the Syndicate shall be divided equally between the two Examiners.

5. In those subjects in which there is a practical as well as a written examination, no candidate will be allowed to pass nnless he shall obtain at least one-half of the marks allotted to the practical work.

6. Examiners are requested to place opposite each question in their papers the full number of marks assigned to it ; and in subjects such as Medicine and Sorgery, wherein the examination is written, oral, practical and clinical, candidates should be informed what is the maximum of marks obtainable ander each head.

7. The paper should be delivered by the Examiners in person to the Registrar, or sent in a sealed double cover on or before the

8. The questions asked should be such as can reasonably be answered within the time allotted, and should be fairly distributed over the whole subject of examination.

9. Examiners are required to be present during the examination in the subject for which they have been specially appointed, and they are requested to keep the marks awarded to candidates STRICTLY SECRET.

10. Io subjects in which there is an oral, clinical, or practical examination, examiners will be good enough to intimate to the Registrar on or soon after the day of the written examination, when and where such examination is to be beld.

11. Rolls in which the marks awarded are to be entered in the examiner's handwriting, will be sapplied by the Registrar on the day of examination, and the answer papers duly marked should be returned to the Registrar along with the completed rolls. The total number of marks must in every case be a whole number ; if the roll submitted by an Examiner contains fractional marks, it will be returned to him for correction.

12. These rolls shonld be submitted before the

13. Examiners will be good enough to retain a daplicate of the roll, and bring it with them to the final meeting of Examiners for the purpose of checking the marks.

PRELIMINARY SCIENTIFIO, FIRST AND SECOND M.B.

EXAMINATIONS.

1. The Syndicate shall, in the month of November, appoint a Board of Examiners of which the President of the Faculty of Medicine for the time being shall be ev-officio President. Canvassing will not be allowed.

2. The examinations gliall be held in the following order :

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3. The full marks for each subject and the minimnm marks required for passing the examinations have been prescribed by the Syndicate al follows:

In the Preliminary Scientific and First M.B. Examinations.
In Chemistry

full marks 600, passing marks 24 Botany

600

20 Prol. Sci. Comparative Anato

my, Comp. Physi.
ology and Zoology

600
In Anatomy

1,000 Materia Medica and 1st M.B. Pharmacy

1,000 Physiology

1,000

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passing marks

In the Second M.B. Esamination. In Medicine

fall marks 1,000, Bargery

1,000 Midwifery

1,000 Pathology

600

600 Medical Jurisprudence

600

„ Hygiene

* W stands for written, O for oral and P for practical examinations. (1) O includes identification of specimens and plants. (2) O includes identification of specimens under the microscope. (3) P includes examination in Practical Pharmacy in a Dispensary or

Pharmaceutical Laboratory. (4) P includes clinical. 15) P includes operation and clinical. (61 P includes identification of microscopic preparations and morbid

mens, recent or preserved.

When two Examiners are appointed to set a paper in any subject for the M.B. Examinations, they shall be jointly responsible for the paper. The paper shall be divided into two halves, distinguished as the “ First Half” and the " Second Half.” The answers to the First Half shall be looked over by one of the Examiners, and those to the Second Half by the other. The Oral and Practical Examinations shall be conducted by the two Examiners jointly. The Remoderation sanctioned by the Syndicate shall be divided equally between the two Examiners.

5. Io those subjects in which there is a practical as well as a written examination, no candidate will be allowed to pass unless he shall obtain at least one-half of the marks allotted to the practical work. In order to pass the Preliminary Scientific, First and second M.B. Examinations, a candidate most obtain not less than 50 per cent. of the marks in the aggregate. In order to pass in the First Division a candidate must obtain two-thirds of the total marks.

6. Examiners are requested to place opposite each question in their papera' the fall oamber of marks assigned to it; and in subjects, such as Medicine and Surgery, wherein the examination is written, oral, practical, and clinical, candidates should be informed what is the maximum of marks obtainable under each head.

7. The papers should be delivered by the Examiners in person to the Registrar, or sent in a sealed double cover on or before the..........

8. The questions asked should be such as can reasonably be answered within the time allotted, and shonld be fairly distribated over the whole sobject of examination.

9 Examiners are required to be present during the examination in the sabjects for which they have been specially appointed, and they are requested to keep the marks awarded to candidates STRICTLY SECRET.

10. In subjects in which there is an oral, clinical or practical examination, Examiners will be good enough to intimate to the Registrar on or soon after the day of the written examination when and where such examination is to be held.

11. Rolls in which the marks awarded are to be entered in the Examiner's handwriting will be supplied by the Registrar on the day of examination, and the answer papers duly marked should be returned to the Registrar along with the completed rolls. The total number of marks must in every case be a whole pumber; if the roll submitted by an Examiner contains fractional marks, it will be returned to him for correction.

12. These rolls should be submitted before the ........

13. Examiners will be good enough to retain a duplicate of the roll and bring it with them to the final meeting of Examiners for the purpose of checking the marks.

(iv) ENGINEERING.

F.E, EXAMINATION.

1. The Syndicate, shall, in the month of November, appoint & Board of Examiners, of which the President of the Faculty of Engineering for the time being shall be ex-Officio President, Canvassing will not be allowed.

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