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II. ARTS.

MASTER OF ARTS.

[Regulations 52—56 the same as at p. 67.]

57. The Examination will comprise the following branches :

I.-Languages.

II.-History

III.-Philosophy.

IV.-Mathematics.

V.-Physical Science.

VI.-Natural Science.

I.-LANGUAGES.-Six Papers.

[Same as at pp. 67-68.]

II.-HISTORY.-Six Papers.

[Same as at p. 68.]

III.- PHILOSOPHY—Six Papers.

[Same as at pp. 68-69.]

IV.-MATHEMATICS.-Six Papers.

1st. Euclid and Geometrical Conic Sections.

2nd. Algebra and Trigonometry.

3rd. Newton's Principia, Book I., $$ I.-IIl., and Astronomy.

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4th. Analytical Geometry and Differential and Integral Calculos.

5th. Statics and Dynamios.

8th Hydrostatics and Optics.

B 1964-10*

V.-PAYSICS AND CHEMISTRY.—(Six papers.)

(u) EXPERIMENTAL Physics-(3 papers and a practical examination).

General Paysics :

Gravitation. The balance. Principles of Kinetics. Laws of falling Bodies. The Pendulum. Energy Elasticity. Friction. Fluid Pressure. Hydrostatic instruments. Specific Gravity. Capillarity. Barometer. Barometric variations. Boyle's law. Air-pumps. Efflux of Liquids.

ACOUSTICS.
Production and Propagation of Sound. Numerical Evaluation of

Sound. Modes of Vibration. Analysis of Vibrations. Constitution
of Sounds. Consonance, Dissonance, and Resultant Tones.

HEAT.
Thermometry. Expansion of Solids, Liquids, and Gases. Calorimetry.

Fusion and Solidification. Evaporation and Condensation. Ebulli.
tion. Quantitative measurements relating to Vapours. Hygrometry.
Conduction of Heat. Radiation. Steam and other Heat engines.
Thermodynamics, Terrestrial temperatures and Winds. Description

and use of Meteorological instruments. LIGHT. Propagation of light. Reflection. Refraction. Mirrors and Lenses.

Vision and Optical Instruments. Dispersion. Spectrum Analysis.
Colour. Wave Theory. Interference. Polarisation and Double
Refraction.

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM.
Introductory Phenomena. Induction. Measurement of Electrical

Forces. Electrical Machines. Potential. Condensers. Electrometers.
Atmospheric Electricity. Magnets. The Magnetic Elements and
their determination. Galvanic Batteries. Galvanometers. Eleotro-
Chemistry Ohm's Law. Relation between Electricity and Heat.
Electro-Dynamics. Induction of Currents. Diamagnetism. Electro-

Optios. Applications of Electricity. Electrical and Magnetic Units. Practical Examination in use of apparatus and determination of con

stants generally as in Glazebrook and Shaw's Practical Physics

(Longmans, 1885.) (6) CHEMISTRY—(3 papers and a practical examination) as at the Examination for the Degree of B.Sc. (pp. 61-63), with the addition of the following:

Selenium, Tellurium, Rubidium, Caesium, Beryllium, Thallium, Yttrium, Cerium, Didymium, Indium, Gallium, Tungsten, Uranium, Titanium, Zirconium, Vanadium, Tantalum, Niobium, Palladium, Iridium, Rhodium, Ruthenium, Osmium.

The chief compounds of the above metals with the more important acid radicals.

Practical Examination :

Qualitative Analysis of substances containing not more than two Acids and two Bases, Organic or Inorganic, but not more than one organic acid and one organic base. The Inorganio acids and bases to be those embraced in the more important acids and in the metals prescribed for the B.A. Examination, group (d). The Organic acids and bases to be selected from the following list :

Oxalates, Acetates, Benzoates, Sucoinates, Tartrates, Urates, Gallates, Tannates, Cyanides, Double Cyanides, Aloohol, Starch, Grape-sugar, Urea, Morphia, Quinine, Strychnine.

Volumetric Analysis, including Acidimetry, Alkalimetry, Water Analysis, and the determination of Chlorine, Iodine, Sulphurous Acid, Hydrogen Sulphide, Arsenious Acid, Iron, Copper, Silver, ana Urea.

VI.-NATURAL SCIENCE.-Six Papers.

[Same as at p. 71.]
[Regulations 58 and 59 the same as at p. 71.]

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His Excellency the Right Honourable Henry Stafford Lord Northcote, G.C.I.E., C.B.

Faculty. VICE-CHANCELLOR. 1 The Rev. D. Mackichan, M.A., D.D., LL.D.

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E Deans.

(Also ex-officio Syndics.) 2 In Arts-F. G. Selby, M. A.

A 3 In LawThe Honourable Mr. Pherozeshah M. Mehta, M.A., C.I.E.

A 4 In Medicine-Lieut.-Colonel H.P. Dimmock, M.D., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., I.M.S.

M 5 In Engineering - The Honourable Mr. W. C. Hughes, M.Inst.C.E., C.I.E.

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6 M. Maomillan, B.A. ...
7 Kavasji D. Naegamvala, M.A., F.R. A.S.
8 The Reverend F. Dreckmann, S.J.

In Arts.
9 Chimanlal H. Setalvad, B.A., LL.B....,
10 The Honourable Mr. Justice N. G.
Chandavarkar, B.A., LL.B. ...

In Law. 11 Rao Bahadur Vasudev Jagannath

Kirtikar 12 Major H. Herbert, F.R.C.S., I.M.S. - In Medi13 Kavasji Edalji Dadachanji, L.M. & S.. cine. 14 Khan Bahadur M. Č. Murzban, M.Inst.C.E., F.R.I.B.A., C.I.E.

In Engi15 N. A. F. Moos, B.Sc., L.C.E., F.R.S.E. ) neering.

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Ex-officio. 16 The Honourable Sir Lawrence Hugh Jenkins, Kt., +| Chief Justice

A L 17 The Right Reverend James MacArthur, D.D.,+ Bishop of Bombay ...

A L Nole. -A stands for Arts, L for Law, M for Medicine, and E for Civil Engineering, Not Gazetted.

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