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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1876-1877-643

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CIVIL SERVICE OF INDIA 643 under Acts of Parliament the Register kept at the India Office of persons born in India fec &c This Regulation applies- To all Candidates not born in England or Wales To Candidates who though born in England or Wales cannot produce the Registrar-General's Certificate The Civil Service Commissioners reserve to themselves the right of deciding in each case upon the sufficiency of the evidence produced but they subjoin the following general rules for the guidance of Candidates The Declaration should specify precisely the date and place of birth and should if possible be made by the father or mother of the Candidate If made by any other person it should state the circumstances which enable the Declarant to speak to the fact If an entry in Bible or other family record be referred to the Bible or other record must be produced at the time of making the Declaration and must be mentioned in the Declaration as having been so produced ╬┤ If the Candidate was born in England or Wales the Declaration must contain statement that after due inquiry no entry has been found in the books of the Registrar-General or separate Declaration must be made to that effect If no extract from any Register is produced the Declaration must contain statement that after due inquiry no such Record is believed to exist or separate Declaration must be made to that effect Statutory Declarations must be exactly in the form prescribed by the Act of and William IV 62 printed Form if required will be supplied on application to the Civil Service Commissioners -Clergymen as such are not qualified to take Declarations
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