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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-341

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340 EVENING CLASSES III -They will be awarded for the highest aggregate of marks in the regular examination held at the close of the Winter Session in the four subjects which each Student has attended or if he has attended more than four in the four subjects which he selects IV -No Scholarship will be awarded for less aggregate than 300 marks and no Exhibition for less than 240 marks and neither to any one whose schedule of attendance is not returned properly signed to the Librarian before the last day of the Winter Session -Payment for these Scholarships and Exhibitions will be made at the end of the Summer Session and each half of the Winter Session beginning with the Summer Session after the election provided that the Student produces certificates from the Principal and the Dean of good conduct of having attended regularly at least one Course of Lectures in the Summer and two in the Winter Divinity not to be reckoned as one of them and of having gained at least half marks in the examination held in such subjects at the close of each session Cases of failure in gaining the required number of marks may be laid before the Dean with the view of their being specially considered by the Principal Scholars 1879 Clarke Thomas Richard Ross William John Clunies Exhibitioners 1879 Ross Charles Herbert Carr Herbert Wildon special XI Phizes and Certificates At the close of every Winter Session Examinations are held in each subject and the following Prizes and Certificates lire then awarded
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