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14 annual report Service of India There has been no Matriculation in this Section during the past year the Students attending having entered as non-Matriculated Students for distinct subjects selected according to their several requirements by them- selves The Council have heard with great satisfaction that the Commissioners of Education have extended the interval between the first and the final examinations to two years instead of one and that they have made other modifications especially in the Examination Papers with the avowed object of checking the mischievous device of cramming and en- couraging by all legitimate means regular deliberate genuine education Considerable changes have taken place in the Staflf of the Oriental Section since the date of the last Report Professor Leitner resigned the Chair of Arabic on being appointed Principal of Lahore College Professor Stephen that of English Law on his appointment as Registrar of the Bank- ruptcy Court at Leeds Professor Bell that of Indian Juris- prudence on his return to India and Professor Fitz Edward Hall that of Sanscrit on account of the state of his health Some of these vacancies have been provided for temporarily Mr Ameuney has been elected Professor of Arabic Mr John Cutler formerly Pupil in King's College School Professor of Law English Mahomedan and Hindu The other appointments will be definitively settled before the Long Vacation The Department op the Applied Sciences is decidedly prospering It is evident that the excellent instruction given and the immediate advantages secured to well conducted and diligent Students on the completion of their Course are attracting large number of those who will hereafter be the distinguished engineers of their day To judge from present appearances the intellectual and religious character of the present rising generation will have much beneficial influence on the future destinies of the world
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