Progress of Education in India; Quinquennial Review Volume 4, V. 1-2
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...756. A candidate for the First Examination in Engineering at the Punjab University must have passed the entrance examination of the University a year before he presents himself, and a candidate for the Second Examination in Engineering must have passed the first examination a year before he presents himself and must have also passed the intermediate examination of the University. In each examination the successful candidates are graded in two divisions, and certificates, which prof ess to be based on the Rurki College standards, are given as follows: --(1) First Examination--(a) Lower Division--Equivalent to the Rurki College certificate for Lower Subordinates. (b) Upper Division--Equivalent to the Burki College certificate for Upper Subordinates. (2) Second Examination--(a) Lower Division--Equivalent to the Rurki College certificate for Sub-Engineers. (b) Upper Division (diploma)--Equivalent to the Rurki College certificate for Assistant Engineers. The second examination which alone corresponds to the College or Civil Engineering section of Rurki, only exists in the regulations; it does not appear to be ever held in practice. Instruction for the first examination is given in the engineering classes of the Government M ayo School of Art and of the unaided Dayanand Anglo-Vedic College, both at Lahore. A few private pupils also present themselves for. the examination. It has gained in popularity; in 1896-97 there were only 15 candidates, of whom 14 were successful, whilst in 1901-02 there were 42 candidates, of whom 21 passed in the second and 6 in the first division. 757. Bombay and Calcutta grant the Master's degree in Engineering. In Degree of Bombay the qualifications are: (1) the candidate must be a B. A. or B. Sc.; (2) ciniingi he must...
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