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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1876-1877-638

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638 CIVIL SERVICE OP INDIA Should the evidence upon the above points be prima facie satisfactory to the Civil Service Commissioners the Candidate will upon payment of the prescribed fee be admitted to the Examination The Commissioners may however in their discretion at any time prior to the grant of the Certificate of Qualification hereinafter referred to institute such further inquiries as they may deem necessary and if the result of such inquiries in the ease of any Candidate should be unsatisfactory to them in any of the above respects he will be ineligible for admission to the Civil Service of India and if already selected will be removed from the position of Probationer The Examination will take place only in the following branches of knowledge Marks English Composition 500 History of England-including that of the Laws and Constitution 500 English language and Literature 500 Language Literature and History of Greece 750 Rome 750 France 375 Germany 375 Italy 376 Mathematics pure and mixed 250 Natural Science that is Chemistry including Heat Elec- tricity and Magnetism Geology and Mineralogy Zoology Botany 000 The total 000 marks may be obtained by adequate pro- flciency in any two or more of the five branches of science included under this head Moral Sciences that is Logic Mental and Moral Philosophy 500 Sanskrit Language and Literature 500 Arabic Language and Literature 500 Candidates are at liberty to name before February 1877 any or all of these branches of knowledge No subjects are obligatory The merit of the persons examined will be estimated by marks and the number set opposite to eaeh branch in the preceding regulation denotes the greatest number of marks that can be obtained in respect of it No candidate will be allowed any marks in respect of any subject of examination unless he shall be considered to possess competent knowledge of that subject Nothing can be further from our wish than to hold out premiums for "knowledge of wide surface and of small depth We are of opinion that candidate ought to be allowed no credit at all for taking up subject in which he is mere smatterer "-Report of Committee of 1854 deduction of marks will be made under each subject including Mathematics
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