Journal of the National Indian Association, in Aid of Social Progress in India

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Henry S. King & Company, 1877
 

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Page 247 - English Language and Literature 500 Language, Literature and History of Greece 750 " " " Rome 750 " " " France 375 " " " Germany 375 " " " Italy 375 Mathematics (pure and mixed...
Page 247 - No subjects are obligatory. 5. The merit of the persons examined will be estimated by marks ; and the number set opposite to each branch in the preceding Regulation denotes the greatest number of marks that can be obtained in respect of it.
Page 247 - Natural Science: that is, (1) Chemistry, including Heat; (2) Electricity and Magnetism ; (3) Geology and Mineralogy ; (4) Zoology ; (5) Botany ... 1,000 %* The total (1,000) marks may be obtained by adequate proficiency in any two or more of the five branches of science included under this head. Moral Sciences : that is, Logic, Mental and Moral Philosophy ------ 500...
Page 190 - Greeks,7 who were, perhaps, the warmer in their praises from a latent consciousness of their own deficiency in the virtue. According to Herodotus, the attention of educators was specially directed to the point, and each young Persian was taught by his preceptors three main things : — " To ride, to draw the bow, and to speak the truth.
Page 247 - Examination, unless he shall be considered to possess a competent knowledge of that subject. 7. The Examination will be conducted by means of printed questions and written answers, and by viva voce Examination, as may be deemed necessary. 8. The marks obtained by each candidate, in respect of each of the subjects in which he shall have been examined, will be added up, and the names of the candidates who shall have obtained a greater aggregate number of marks than any of the remaining candidates will...
Page 172 - To co-operate with enlightened natives of India in their efforts for the improvement of their countrymen. THESE OBJECTS ABE CARRIED OUT, — I. — By obtaining information respecting the wants of India, and the means by which these may be supplied. The particular wants now to be mentioned are : — 1st. — The education of the masses of the people. 2nd. — The education and improvement of the position of women.
Page 310 - Mathematics (pure and mixed) 1,000 Natural Science : that is, the Elements of any two of the following Sciences, viz. : — Chemistry, 500 ; Electricity and Magnetism, 300 ; Experimental Laws of Heat and Light, 300 ; Mechanical Philosophy, with outlines of Astronomy, 300. Logic 300 Elements of Political Economy 300 Sanskrit 500 Arabic 500 Candidates are at liberty to name any or all of these branches of knowledge.
Page 291 - With your thick-clustering blossoms, in her love She robbed you not e'en of a single flower. Her highest joy was ever to behold The early glory of your opening buds : Oh, then, dismiss her with a kind farewell! This very day she quits her father's home, To seek the palace of her wedded lord. [The note of a Koil is heard.
Page 309 - ... count it a great privilege to be loyal subjects of the Empress of India. There is now security of life and property, as perfect as human institutions can make it. Those who are old enough are aware of the plundering excursions of Pindaris, who, descending from the ghauts, spread terror in the Concan. These professional robbers have been extirpated by the British Government. We enjoy liberty of speech, petition, and press. We enjoy the blessings of education, useful public works, internal peace,...
Page 310 - University to be approved beforehand by the Secretary of State, provided such candidates shall have passed the required examinations to the satisfaction of the Civil Service Commissioners, and shall have complied with such rules as may be laid down for the guidance of selected candidates.

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