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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-467

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CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES 465 exposure But it will be seen that the higher appointment ο which they lead are verj good Higher Appointments see page 467 -Higher Division ap- ointments £100-£400 by triennial increments of £37 10s trith chance of additional pay not exceeding £200 year zc &c are only gained by passing the most difficult of 11 Civil Service Examinations viz the Class Examination most of them are gained by University men it is clear that Ε candidate is to have the best possible chance of success is school or college education ought not to be interrupted xcept for special preparation for this examination Succees the Class Examination is however by no means im- ossible to an able and hard-working Student who leaves ollege at 17 or 18 and being obliged to take employment ecomes Man Clerk and devotes himself assiduously to his reparatory studies in his evenings But besides Higher ivision there are other valuable appointments such as 1uperior Clerkships in India Office Student Interpreterships see Class with Examinations of considerably less ifficulty than the Class and an able and studious ower Division Clerk making full use of his spare time would ave good prospect of ultimately obtaining one of these will be seen that Class is specially adapted for ower Divisicn Clerks and others already employed who re preparing for higher appointments in the Civil ervice י י mi -In reckoning age for Civil Service appointments ersons who have served in the Army or Navy can deduct om their actual age the full time during which they have 5rved and persons who have served for two full consecutive ears in any situation to which they were admitted with the irtificate of the Civil Service Commissioners or as Registered opyists in connection with the Civil Service can deduct from leir actual age any time not exceeding five years which they ay have spent in such service Thus candidate who is proaching the upper limit of age for Man Clerkship xcise or any other appointment and obtains employment in 1y capacity in the Civil Service before passing that limit
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