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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-376

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xxxiv Annual Report of the Delegacy 500 students including five externals and three taking the examina- tion for second time passed the Final Examination in 1967 in the Faculties of Arts Engineering Laws Music Science and Theology The classes of the degrees awarded were as follows Class 62 Class II 146 Class II ii 181 Class III 63 Pass 48 One aegrotat degree was awarded The First Class degrees were awarded by faculty and subject as follows In the Faculty of Arts 21 students compared with 16 last year were placed in the First Class as follows Classics English French Geography German History Philosophy In the Faculty of Engineering students compared witli last year were placed in the First Class as follows Civil Electrical Median- ical In the Faculty of Music student was placed in the First Class In the Faculty of Science 33 students the same number as last year were placed in the First Class as follows Botany Chemistry Mathematics Physics 10 Zoology Physiology Sc General In the Faculty of Theology student was awarded First Class in the Honours examination the same number as last year STUDIES The results of this year's degree examinations have been moist gratifying surpassing all previous records The sixty-two First Classes achieved were well distributed over faculties and departments and students and staff are to be warmly congratulated Early in the middle term the contract for the erection of the new buildings on the Strand was signed and the excavation of the site has been proceeding since April This has inevitably given rise to great deal of noise and dirt and to discomfort and inconvenience generally As is seen above this did not impair in any way the examination re- suits this year and it is to be hoped that it will have no bad effects upon work and examinations in the coming year Before demolition work could begin on the Strand frontage the departments formerly housed there were moved to temporary accommodation in the Norfolk Hotel and other buildings in Surrey Street which had to be fitted up to receive them The moving of equipment books and furniture was skilfully carried out and the departments concerned have now settled down in their new quarters and their work has not been upset
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