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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1961-1962-54

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GENERAL INFORMATION 53 Attendance at Lectures and Examinations 10 All students must be regular and punctual in attendance at Lectures Classes and Examinations register is kept to which reference is made for the purpose of recording attendances necessary to qualify for admission to University and other examinations and for payment of scholarship awards and similar grants No student can claim to be registered as attending unless he be present at the time the roll is taken 11 Unavoidable absence from single lecture or class should be explained to the lecturer concerned at the next lecture or class of the course The lecturer will if satisfied mark the absence as excused in the Register Reason for absence from two or more lectures or classes must be explained to the Dean or Sub-Dean of the Faculty or the Adviser of Studies who will if satisfied by such explanation report to the Registration department that such absence is excused In the case of absence from College on account of illness for period of week or more or for any period involving absence from College or University examination medical certificate must be supplied to the Dean or Sub-Dean or the Adviser of Studies In any case of prolonged or infectious illness further medical certificate will normally be required on the student's return certifying that he is fit to resume his studies or that he is free from infection Conduct of Examinations 12 An examination time-table will be published for each Faculty and the room in which each examination will be held will be indicated thereon 13 At University examinations held at the College as distinct from College examinations each candidate's desk will be labelled with card bearing either his name or his University examination number and he will be required to use that desk unless special permission is given to change it 14 No candidate unless with permission will be admitted to the examination room after half an hour has elapsed from the time announced for the examination to begin No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination room until one hour has elapsed from the time of the beginning of the examination 15 The invigilator in charge may take possession during the examination of any books or papers including blotting-paper brought into the examination room by any candidate and any case or bag capable of containing such books He may alternatively instruct candidates to leave such articles and any others not needed for the examination in such places as he shall direct but shall have no responsi- bility in respect of any loss or damage 16 The question papers may be placed on the candidates' desks or handed to them as they enter the examination room or placed in trays
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