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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-172

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1G8 engineering IV ScjMrtmcnt of Sttgfttmfttg Ucir Sciences Dean of the Department for 1890-91 Professor Robinson Inst The object in view in this Department is to provide system of general education of practical character for young men who are to be engaged in professional employments such as Surveying and Civil Engineering Telegraphy Build- ing Construction and Architecture Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering or in commercial and agricultural pursuits or who wish to prepare for the Whitworth Scholar- ship Examination or for entrance into the Engineering Department of the Boyal Navy or for Civil Engineering Appointments in India The whole course in this Department occupies three years and forms an appropriate introduction to the higher instruc- tion which can only be obtained at works or by actually taking part in the practice of an Engineer or Architect All Junior Students begin by attending the courses of lectures laid down for the first and second years respectively and those who have attended six Terms are at liberty to select for their last three Terms any one of the six Divisions named in the Time Table and at the hours named therein Advanced Students are at liberty to enter at once for any one of the third year Divisions See Table 0Ā£ Fees Museums containing Mechanical and Physical Apparatus Chemical and Industrial products important and valuable collections of Models and of Mineralogical and Geological 8pe iniens &c illustrating the subjects taught are open to the students
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