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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-278

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27r EVENING CLASSES See page 2f Geology 306 Kev Thomas Wiltshire J6 Comparative Ana- 3Q7 professor Garbod tomy ana Zoology 27 Logic 308 Τ Ercott ΗΛ Political Economy 308 Professor Kockks ΛΛΚβ Wm0 cj Pld1iptrk ana bpcakiny 30 £a 312 Professor Cutler 31 Shorthand 313 Soutter The Worksltop 327 Walkei Dean of the Department for 1874 Professor Adams IV COUKSES OP TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION With view to systematize the teaching of the Evening Classes and so at once to make it more valuable in itself and to bring it into connection with the present movement for Technical Education the following schemes for definite courses of instruction have been drawn up by the Principal and the Board of Professors and Lecturers and are hereby strongly recommended to the attention of Students These schemes are intended to prepare Students as far as possible for the following professions and trades The Law Uivil Service Mercantile Chemical Manufacture Engineering or Mining Architecture Special Diplomas will be granted to such Students as sliiiil pass satisfactorily through each Course and every effort will be made to obtain recognition of these diplomas by the Heads of offices and the great employers of labour in each depart- ment The rules for obtaining such diplomas will be as follows
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