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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-341

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EVENING CLASSES 337 VI In counting the marks for the Jelf" Medal and the Aggregate prizes the following rule ill be observed in cases where there is more than one Division of subject In any Second Class only four-fifths of the marks gained will be reckoned in any Third Class only three- fifths and in any Fourth Class only two-fifths In Classes below the Fourth no marks will be reckoned VII In case of there being more than one Division of subject Student not joining the Division to which he is assigned at the beginning of the Session by tbe Professor or Senior Lecturer see Section VI Clause XIII shall forfeit all claim to Prize or Certificate in that subject VIII There is also an examination in each subject at the close of every Summer Session and Certificates of Distinction and Merit are then given to all who obtain respectively three- fourths or three-fifths of the whole number of marks IX No Prize or Certificate can be awarded unless earned by- Regular and punctual attendance in the particular class for which the reward is given Good conduct Absolute merit in the examination The highest number of marks assigned to eacu sub ject is 100 The standard foi "absolute merit which alone will carry Prize or Certificate of Distinction is 75 The standard for Certificates of Merit" is 60 XI The Prizes and Certificates are given at an Evening Meeting held during the Summer Session XII Certificates of having College prize made out under the signatures of the Principal and Secretary may be ob- tained by application at the College Office Fee 2s 6d for each Certificate ╬│
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