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2. The examination shall be held early in the month of April in the following order :

Date.

From 10 A.M. to 1 P.M.

From 2 p.m, to 5 P.M.

Monday

Tuesday

April Computations and Men Algebra, Trigonometry and saration.

Pure Analytical Geometry.
Statics and Dynamics Differential and Integral

Calculus.
Geodesy

Materials of Construction.

Wednesday

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3. The following maximum marks will be allotted to each paper and subject at the First Examination in Engineering :(1) Computations and Mensuration

400 1 (2) Algebra, Trigonometry and Pare I. Mathematics Analytical Geometry

400 (3) Statics and Dynamics

400 (4) Differential and Integral Calculas 400

1,600 Practical

300 II. Geodesy

200

500 III. Materials of Construction

400 (1) Question Paper 200 A. Chemistry (2) Practical Examina

tion.

200 IV. Natural and

r(3) Theory of Light,
Experimental

Heat. Electricity
Science.

and Magnetism 200
B. Physics (4) Applied Physics 200

(51 Practical Examina.
tion

200

1,000 Practical

300 V. Drawing

200

500

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4. The pass marks for the First Examination in Engineering shall be one-third in each subject, and half of the aggregate a Second Class and two-thirds for First.

5. Examiners are requested to write in the margin opposite to each question the maximum damber of marks they intend to assign to it.

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

7. Examiners are required to be present during the examination.

8. Rolls containing the names of the candidates will be supplied to the Examiners, who are to enter in them the marks awarded for answers to each question, as well as the total marks. The total number of marks must, in every case, be a whole nomber ; if the roll submitted by an Examiner contains fractional marks, it will be returned to him for correction.

9. All marks are to be sent in on or before the third Saturday after the end of the examination.

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

11. Examiners are required to keep the result as well as the marke award. ed to candidates STRICTLY SECRET. The special attention of Examiners is called to this rule.

L.E. AND B.E. EXAMINATIONS. 1. The Syndicate shall, in the month of November, appoint a Board of Examiners, of which the President of the Faculty of Engineering, for the time being, shall be ex-officio President. (anvassing will not be allowed.

2. The examinations shall be held in the first week of July in the following order :

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Mechanism and Steam. Engineering and Architec.
Engine.

tnral Drawing.
Optional Subjects Optional Subjects.

Saturday

3. The following maximom marks will be allotted to the Compulsory and Optional subjects at the L.E. and B.E. Examinations

Compulsory Subjects.

I. Mathematics

{(2) Stediconstantic Bynamics

200 300

500

II. Natural and ((1) Geology

Experimental (2) Mineralogy and Metallurgy
Scienoe.

(3) Practical Metallurgy
(4) Practical Physics

200
200
200
200

800

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4. In order to pass the L.E. and B.E. Examinations, a candidate must obtain one-third of the total number of marks given for each of the four groups of compulsory subjects named in para. 3, and one-half of the aggregate. A candidate who has thus passed will be allowed to have the marks, which he may obtain in any optional sabject, added to his aggregate marks in the compulsory subjects, provided that he secures not less than one-third of the total marks in such Optional Subject. The total so obtained shall be used for determining the division in which each successful candidate shall be placed; those who obtain a total of 2,666 marks, or apwards, will be placed in the First Division, and those between 2,000 and 2,666 marks in the Second Division.

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 paper should be delivered by the Examiners in person to the Registrar or sent in a sealed donble cover on or before the........

7. Examiners are required to be present during the Examination.

8. Rolls containing the names of the candidates will be supplied to the Examiners, who are to enter in them the total marks awarded to each candi. date. The Examiners are also required 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 retarned to him for correction.

9. All marks are to be sent in on or before the third Saturday after the end of the examination.

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

11. Examiners are required to keep the result as well as the marks award. ed to candidates STRICTLY SECRET. The special attention of Examiners is called to this rule.

APPENDIX TO SECTION VII.

SCALE OF REMUNERATION TO EXAMINERS.

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ENTRANCE EXAMINATION.

Rs A. P. Fee for each paper.setter

50 0 0 Examining an answer paper(1) in Arithmetio and Algebra

0 8 0 (2) in Translation or Geography

0 10 0 (3) in other subjects

0 12 0 Translating and re-translating 2nd English paper

25 0 0 Head Examiner's fee

350 00 The fee for re-examining an answer paper is fixed at half the ordinary fee allowed for examining it.

F.A. EXAMINATION.

R. A. P. Fee for each paper-setter

60 0 0 Examining an answer paper

1 0 0 Head Examiner's Fee* in English, Mathematics, Sanskrit

500 0 0 Head Examiner's Fee* in Physics, Chemistry, History, Logic 250 00

The fee for re-examining an answer paper is fixed at half the ordinary fee allowed for examining it. B.A. EXAMINATION.

Rs. A. P. +Fee for Setting a Pass or an Honour paper

75 0 0 Examining a Pass paper

1 8 0 +Examining an Honour paper

2 0 0 The fee for re-examining an answer paper is fixed at half the ordinary fee allowed for examining it.

B.Sc. EXAMINATION.

Rg. A. P.

100 0 0

Fee of the President of the Board of English Paper Setters for

moderating the English Essay paper
Fee of each Examiner for setting the English Essay paper in

collaboration
Setting a pass or an Honour paper
Examining a Pass paper
Examining an Honour paper
Practical Examination, either Pass or Honour, of each candi.

date ...

30 0 0 75 00 1 8 0 2 0 0

...

...

5 00

* The remuneration to be paid to a Head Examiner in any subject for the work of re-examining the answer paper is limited to the amount which will be dae to him for examining 5% of the papers in that subject.

+ The total amount to be divided equally among all the members of the Board in each subject.

The remuneration for setting and examining the 4th Hononr paper in Chemistry at the B.A. Examination is fixed at half the ordinary amounts. The remuneration for conducting the Practical Examination in Chemistry at the B.A. Examination is fixed at Rs. 5 for each candidate with a minimom of Rs. 50.

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SECOND L.M.S. EXAMINATION.
Setting a paper
Oral Examination
Practical Examination
Examining a paper

70 0 5 0 5 0 2 0

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* The total amount to be divided equally among all the members of Board in each subject.

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