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1874-5

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March 29 1875
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IV. First class Honours in any department
shall be awarded to candidates who obtain
one half the number of marks allotted to
each paper and three fourths of the total
number of marks allotted to the department.

V. Second class Honours in any department
shall be awarded to candidates who obtain
one half the number of marks allotted to
each paper and two-thirds of the total
number of marks allotted to the department

VI. Honours obtained in any department
shall be publicly announced immediately
after being awarded and the names of successful
candidates shall be inserted in the
first merit lists published thereafter, and
again at the time of graduation Honour
men being graduates shall be announced
as having graduated with the honours
obtained by them at any time during
their course of study.

V. Graduation in Science

I. The degree of Bachelor of Science
(B. Sc.) may be obtained for distinguished
merit in either of the following groups
of subjects:

A. 1. Mathematics and Natural Philosophy
2. Chemistry and Natural Science

B. 1. Logic, Metaphysics, and Ethics
2. Classics - Latin and Greek
3. History, Rhetoric and English Literature

II. The degree shall be conferred on candidates
who by confomring to the regulation
respecting Honours, obtain first class Honours
in each of the departments under

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