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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1865-1866-310

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310 EVENING CLASSES ing in number of which Divinity must be one which they respectively bring up for examination at the end of the Winter Session no Prize will be given for less aggregate than 300 marks II In each Class for which not less than 10 Students have entered Prize or Certificate of honour at his option to the Student who shall be highest in the examination provided he shall gain not less than three-fourths of the marks allotted to the subject Certificates of Merit One Certificate to each of the Students next in succession who shall gain not less than three-fifths of the marks allotted to the subject Whenever Class is divided into two or more divisions each division will be treated as distinct Class as regards Prizes and Certificates Prizeman of former year if he continues to attend the same division of any subject or the same subject if there be no divisions may be examined with the other Students may be classed in order of merit and may obtain such Cer- tificate as the number of his marks will justify but cannot again obtain the Prize nor count the marks towards the Prize given to Associates or towards one of the Aggregate Prizes There is also an examination in each subject at the close of every Summer Session and Certificates of Merit are then given to each Student who obtains three-fifths of the number of marks allotted to the subject
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