mission, include with subjects of the second year not more than one first year subject for which he has not obtained credit.
(c) A candidate who before the beginning of any academic year has not passed a year of the course in accordance with sub-section (a) hereof must take or repeat in that academic year or in a subsequent year the whole of that year of the course which he has not completed, unless special permission to do otherwise is granted by the Faculty.
(d) In the case of a candidate whose course has been varied in accordance with the provisions of section 4, the Faculty shall define what is the content of the student's year for the purpose of this section.
6. A candidate who obtains honours in any subject of a year may be awarded a prize, exhibition or scholarship in that subject only if at the examination concerned he has passed that year in accordance with the provisions of section 5.
7. The following prizes, Exhibitions and Scholarships may be awarded at the Honour Examinations and shall be open for competition to candidates who comply with the requirements of section 6:
Chemistry Part I (Engineering Course). Exhibition of 115.
Engineering Mathematics Part I. Exhibition of 115.
Mechanical Engineering Part I. Wright Prize of 120.
Engineering Design as prescribed in the course for the degree of B.Mech.E. Wright . Prize of 120.
Metallurgy Part II(E). Exhibition of 120.
Surveying Part I. Exhibition of f20 to be styled the H. B. Howard Smith Exhibition.
Surveying Part II and Part IIA. Exhibition of 120.
Electrical Engineering Part I(E). Dixson Scholarship. of 15.
Mining Part I. Exhibition of 120 to be styled the George Lansen Exhibition.
Engineering Part I and Part IA. Exhibition of f20 styled the
Howard Smith Exhibition.
Strength of Materials. Exhibition of 120 styled the Herbert Brookes Exhibition.
Properties of Engineering Materials. Exhibition of 115.
Fluid Mechanics A. Exhibition of 120 styled the W. M. McPherson Exhibition.
Electrical Engineering Part IIE. Exhibition ofł
20 styled the John Monash Exhibition.
Engineering Designas prescribed for students in the civil Engineer- ing course. Exhibition of 120 styled the A. Т. Danks Exhibition.
Mechanical Engineering Part II. Dixson Scholarship of 15.
Engineering Mathematics Part III. Dixson Scholarship of 120.
Candidates may also compete for the following Prizes, Exhibitions and Scholarships:
Open for competition in the course for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts
Pure Mathematics Part I. Exhibition of 115 styled the John MacFarland Exhibition.
Applied Mathematics Part I. Dixson Scholarship of 115.
Pure Mathematics Part II. Dixson Scholarship of 120.
Open for competition in the course for the Degree of Bachelor of Science:
Physics Part I, Dwight's Prize of 125.
Physics Part II, Dixson Scholarship of 120.
Chemistry Part I, Dwight's Prize of 125.
Chemistry Part II. Exhibition of f20.
Geology Part II. Exhibition of 120.
Metallurgy Part L Dixson Scholarship of f15.
8. A candidate who has passed or obtained credit for each year of the course, and completed the work prescribed pursuant to section 3, may be admitted to the appropriate degree.
9. There shall be a Final Honour Examination in each course.
A candidate who has passed or obtained credit for the first three years of the course and completed the work prescribed pursuant to section 3, and who has during his fourth year taken all the subjects required for the fourth year of his course and performed in each such subject the special work prescribed for Final Honour candidates may be examined in the Final Honour subjects designated for that purpose in the details of subjects.
A candidate who is awarded Final Honours shall thereby com- plete the fourth year. A candidate for Final Honours who is not classed may, if the examiners so certify, be awarded a pass in any or all of the subjects of the Final Honour Examination.
10. At the Final Honour Examinations the following Scholarships shall be open for competition :
Argus Scholarship in Civil Engineering, 125.
George Lansell Scholarship in Mining Engineering, 130.
Dixson Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering, (20.
Dixson Scholarship in Electrical Engineering, 120.
Dixson Scholarship in Metallurgical Engineering, 120.
11. Nothwithstanding anything to the contrary, candidates who have completed the course for and been admitted to the Degree if Bachelor of Engineering Science under conditions prescribed by altera- tions of the Engineering courses made pursuant to Special Regulation 1939-41 (National. Emergency) may be admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering on completing such further work as the Faculty may from time, to time prescribe.,
No candidate shall be admitted to a Degree under the provisions of this section unless he shall previously have surrendered the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering Science.
No fee other than a certificate fee of one guinea shall be payable for admission to a Degree under the provisions of this section.
12. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary hereinbefore con- tained, any person who is enrolled, under the Regulations in force on or before the 31st May, 1958, as a candidate for one of the following Degrees, namely, Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Mining Engineering, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor of Electrical Engineering,
Bachelor of Metallurgical Engineering, Bachelor of Chemical Engineering or Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering, may, if he complies with the Regulations which were in force on or before the 31st May, 1958, be admitted
(i) on or before 31st October, 1959, to the degree for which he enrolled, or
(ii) after 31st October, 1959, to the degree of Bachelor of En- gineering.
DEGREES OF MASTER OF ENGINEERING AND
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