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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-265

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 2C5 Class The names of those who have passed pre-eminently distinguished examina- tion arranged in their order of merit Characters which distinguish the excellence of each Fitness for special service Class II Names of those who have passed creditable examination arranged in alphabetical order Statement of the topics in which each has individually excelled or fallen short Class III Names of Candidates who have passed the minimum examination arranged in alphabetical order Statement of the particular branches of science in which each has been found to be deficient This information will enable the Professors of the Army Medical School to carry out their instructions with definite aim as regards each Class After passing his preliminary examination every Candidate will be re- quired to attend one entire Course of Practical Instruction at the Army Medical School before being admitted to his examination for Commission on Hygiene Clinical and Military Medicine Clinical and Military Surgery Pathology of Diseases and Injuries incident to Military Service These courses to be of not less than four months' duration At their conclusion the Candidate will be required to pass an examination on the subjects taught in the School The examination will be conducted by the Professors of the School The Director-General or any Medical Officer deputed by him may be present and take part in the examination If the Candidate give satisfactory evidence of being qualified for the practical duties of au Army Medical Officer he will be eligible for Commission as Assistant-Surgeon Office-War Office Whitehall Yard VII regulations for the admission oh candidates for the appointment of assistant-surgeon in her majesty's indian forces All natural born subjects of Her Majesty between 21 and 28 years of age and of sound bodily health may be candidates for admission into the service of the East India Company as Assistant-Surgeons They must subscribe and send in to Mr Martin 71a Grosvenor-street Grosvenor-square the Physician to the Secretary of State for India in Council 10 days before the period fixed for each examination declaration to the fol- lowing effect
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