Calendar

Front Cover
1926
0 Reviews
Reviews aren't verified, but Google checks for and removes fake content when it's identified
Includes "Examination Papers".

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 219 - The applicant is required to state, generally in a preface to his dissertation and specifically in notes, the sources from which his information is taken, the extent to which he has availed himself of the work of others, and the portions of the dissertation which he claims as original.
Page 364 - The status and privileges of a Senior Student shall be as follows: — (a) The Term in which he is matriculated shall be reckoned, for the purposes of any provisions respecting the standing of members of the University, as the fifth Term from his matriculation.
Page 360 - First and the Second Public Examination, but has not obtained Honours either in the First or in the Second Public Examination, shall be entitled to supplicate for the degree of Bachelor of Arts so soon as he shall have kept statutable residence for twelve Terms.
Page 361 - Council to draw up a statement of the conditions under which a member of a University which has been admitted to the privileges of this Statute shall be deemed to have shown a sufficient knowledge of the Greek language in the examinations of his University. Every such statement shall be submitted to Convocation, and, if approved, shall have the force of regulations made by Statute. 14. The...
Page 163 - Calcutta, arrange to have them delivered in the original or in a modified form in. at least one place out of Calcutta, and shall for this purpose pay such travelling allowance as may be necessary. * (7) The honorarium of the Lecturer shall consist of a sum of Rupees One Thousand in cash and a Gold Medal of the value of Rupees Two Hundred only. The honorarium shall be paid only after the lectures have been delivered and the Lecturer has made over to the Registrar a complete copy of the lectures in...
Page 360 - A Junior Student who has passed the Second Public Examination and has obtained Honours either in the First or in the Second Public Examination, shall be entitled to supplicate for the Degree of Arts so- soon as he shall have kept statutable residence for eight Terms.
Page 363 - Arts if he shall have kept statutable residence for six terms, and either (i) shall have obtained a place, or his name shall have been placed as aegrotat, in the Class List of an Honour School of the Second Public Examination, or shall in that examination have satisfied the provisions of Statt.
Page 122 - Indenture further witnesseth that in further pursuance of the said recited agreement and in consideration of the premises it is hereby agreed and declared...
Page 359 - Science, may be admitted to the status and privileges of an Indian Junior Student. 5. Any member of a University so admitted, who shall have pursued at that University a course of study prescribed by it and extending over three full years, and who shall have taken Honours in the final examination incident to the course, may be admitted to the status and privileges of a Colonial or Indian Senior Student6.
Page 130 - CT, or the survivors or survivor of them, or other the trustees or trustee for the time being of these presents (hereinafter called the trustees or trustee), SHALL, with the consent of the said H.

Bibliographic information