Chemistry Part IA Engineering Part I Physics Part I
Pure Mathematics Part I Chemistry Part II Engineering Part II Pure Mathematics Part II Chemistry Part III Engineering Part III
-Introduction to Chemical Engineering (Principles of Applied Chemistry ,Foиrth Year
(Chemical Engineering Laboratory Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics tDesign Project
`-Statistics for Engineers tStatistics for Engineers (Industrial Management -Process Equipment Design
PRACTICAL WORK (Regulation, Section 4)
The following rules apply for practical work in all subjects of the courses n the Faculty of Engineering.
(a) Students are expected to attend all practical work sessions (laboratory, field, drawing office, seminars, practical classes, and excursions) . Unless excused on account of special circumstances, a candidate who fails to attend 75% of the time scheduled for such sessions in that year will be liable to disqualification in that subject for that year's annual examination.
Candidates so disqualified will usually be notified in writing by the Faculty before the written examination, but the Faculty is not bound to give such notification.
(b) Students must reach an adequate standard in practical work in order to pass the annual examination. It will be stated in the details of the individual subjects whether the candidate's standard is to be assessed by means of a practical examination, and/or the work submitted by him during the year. Students must not expect to be notified before the written exami- nation whether their practical work has been judged satisfactory or not.
(e) Assignments (e.g. drawings, designs, laboratory and other reports, exercises, field books) not submitted to the lecturer or demonstrator in charge by the due dates may fail to count as practical work done.
(d) All assignments in the practical work in any subjects must be preserved for resubmission if called for by the lecturer or examiners.
VACATION WORK (Regulation, Section 4)
After the Annual Examination of each year and before entering upon the work of the following year, a candidate shall satisfy the Faculty that he has spent a period of not less than five consecutive weeks in obtaining approved practical experience, as follows :-
.(a) Between First and Second Years all candidates shall----
(i) attend an approved course of workshop training at a Technical College recognized for this purpose;
or (ii) attend a course of workshop training under an approved engineer.
(b) Between Second and Third Years-
В.C.Е., S.M.E. and В.Surv. candidates shall obtain approved practical experi- ,ence in Surveying.
tThe examination isa these subjects will be for Pass only.
B.Meсh.E., B.E.E., B.Met.E. and B.Chem.E. candidates shall obtain approved practical experience of a branch of Engineering, Metallurgy or Chemical Engineer- ing appropriate to the course.
(c) Between Third and Fourth Years—
All candidates shall obtain approved practical experience of a branch of Engineering, Metallurgy, Surveying or Chemical Engineering appropriate to the course.
In all cases the practical experience must be obtained under a competent engineer, surveyor, metallurgist, geologist or chemical engineer. The Faculty may grant either partial or total exemption from these requirements to candidates who produce satisfactory evidence of suitable experience elsewhere, and in special
cases may grant dispensation. .
Before the end of First Term, candidates shall produce written evidence of their practical experience during the preceding vacation. After the experience has been approved by Faculty, a certificate to this effect will be issued to the candidate, and a duplicate lodged with Students' Records Office. Candidates should preserve their certificates carefully, as evidence of their having perf ormnt d approved vacation work.
Before beginning a period of practical experience, candidates should ensure that it will satisfy the Faculty by consulting the Head of the Department concerned. In doubtful cases an application should be addressed to the Dean.
FIRST AID (В.M.E. AND В.Surv. COURSES)
Candidates for the degrees of В.M.E. and В.Surv. shall before graduation present evidence satisfactory to the Faculty that they hold a St. John Ambulance First Aid certificate or equivalent qualification. Candidates for the B.I.E. degree are strongly advised to obtain this qualification before the end of the Sеcond Year of their courses.
VARIATIONS IN COURSES (Regulation, Section 5)
Candidates who wish to vary their courses must make a written application.
The following variations will normally be approved :- All Courses.
Applied Mathematics Part I together with Pure Mathematics Part I instead of Engineering Mathematics Part I
Applied Mathematics Part II instead of Applied Mathematics Part Ii ( Engineering Course A or 13)
Chemistry Part IA instead of Chemistry Part IA (Engineering Course) Physics Part I instead of Physics Part I (Engineering Course)
Geology Part I instead of Geology Part I (Engineering Course)
(This is recommended for candidates intending to take Geology Part. II in the Fourth Year. The special lectures in Engineering Geology should also be attended) .
Engineering Design, Groups I, II and either III (a) or III (b) and Geology Part II (Mining Course) instead of Engineering Design Groups I and If and Geology Part II.
Physics Part I instead of Physics Part I (Eiig ineering Course) a nef
Physics Part II instead of Physics Part II (Engineering Course) and Surveying Part I. This is essential for candidates who wish to take the combined five year course leading to the degrees of B.E.E. and В. Sc.
In order to be credited with the subject First Aid, a candidate must present a certificate satisfactory to the Faculty of having acquired proficiency in First Aid to the Injured. This may be done at any stage of the course, and nat only in the Fourth Year as specified in the List of Subjects.
PASSING BY YEARS (Regulation, Section 6)
The requirement that a candidate shall have passed one year of the course before being allowed to proceed to any subject of the succeeding year will normally
be waived only :
(1) in the case of an ex-serviceman who passes in at least three-fifths of the work of a year of the course ;
(2) in exceptional cases of illness during the course, or other such circum- stances beyond the control of the candidate.
The requirement that a candidate shall repeat the whole of a year not success- fully completed will normally be waived only in the case of :
(1) a candidate who has completed part of the work of the Fourth Year of the course.
(2) all ex-servicemen.
The above concessions to an ex-serviceman expire on the 30th April, 1953, Ør at the beginning of his fourth calendar year spent in the Engineering Course subsequent to the 31st December, 1945, whichever occurs the earlier.
In determining the courses of students allowed under the above regulations to proceed to subjects of a higher year before having completed the previous year, the Faculty will not allow the following subjects to be taken unless the corres- ponding pre-requisites have been passed :--
SUBJECT Any Part II or IIA subject Any Part III or IIIA subject Engineering Design
Electrical Engineering Part II (with Design)
Civil Engineering Design
PRE-REQUISITE Corresponding Part I
Corresponding Part II Elements of Design and Strength of Materials Engineering Design fEngineering Design and
Electrical Engineering Part I Engineering Design
Must be taken concurrently with or subsequent to Civil Engineering and Hydraulic Engineering Part II HONOUR WORK
Except in subjects where special details are published, the Syllabus for Honours will be the same as that for Pass, but the examination for Honours will require candidates to attain a higher standard and to show more detailed knowledge.
In addition to the examinations specified, other tests may be held during the year. The standards reached in examinations, tests, and practical and other work will be taken into account as specified in the details of individual subjects in determining whether a candidate has reached Pass standard.
The work of the Fourth Year is divided into Final Honours and Pass courses in the main subjects, and candidates must choose which course they will take and enrol accordingly at the beginning of the year.
loueursare not awarded for individual subjects of the groups shown in the table below, the groups as a whole being assessed for Final Honours.
Students who have shown ability to proceed more rapidly than the average oг to cope with more difficult work may, by taking the Final Honours Course, benefit accordingly. In practical work, projects and designs, they will le expected to display greater initiative and originality.
Each student must consult the Head of his department and obtain approval of this proposed course before entering for Final Honours. In general, this approval may be granted to those who have passed the Second and Third Years at the first attempt and obtained Honours in one or two subjects.
The following are the groups гefcгred to above-
Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Design
Hydraulic Engineering (with Design) Part II
Mining Part II Mining Design Mining Geology Ore Dressing
Mechanical Engineering Part III
Electrical Engineering (with Design) Part II