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
designs being accompanied by all necessary calculations and specifications or
(iii) published work in Engineering or such unpublished work in Engineering as he deems appropriate or both.
(2) The minimum period referred to in sub-section 3 (1) (a) hereof shall be
(a) where the candidate presentsłor examination material
appropriate to the branch of Engineering in which he was admitted to the degree of Bachelor, and has obtained first or second class Final Honours in the course for that degree, three years;
where the candidate presents for examination material appropriate to the branch of Engineering in which he was admitted to the degree of Bachelor, and has not obtained first or second class Final Honours in the course for that degree, five years ;
(c) in any other case such period as may be determined by the Faculty of Engineering.
( 3 ) All or part of any time spent in advanced studies or research or both, may, if the work is completed to the satisfaction of the Faculty and is approved by the Faculty as being appropriate to the field in which the candidate presents material for examination, be deemed by the Faculty to be time spent for the purposes of sub-section 3 (1) (a) hereof.
(4) Together with material of the type described in sub-section 3 (1) (b) hereof a candidate may present material pertaining.
to advanced studies or research or both approved by the Faculty as appropriate to the topic presented for examination.
(5) In each case the material presented must be acceptable to the Faculty as appropriate to Engineering, and must be satisfactory to the Examiners nominated by the Faculty.
(6) No thesis, report, design, published or unpublished work shall be considered satisfactory unless it shows evidence of capacity for the development or application of scientific principles and methods, acquaintance with the work of others in similar fields and ability in the presentation of ideas.
4. , (1) A candidate who is a Bachelor of Surveying may be ad- mitted to the degree of Master of Surveying if he—
(a) has produced evidence satisfactory to the Faculty that since obtaining his degree of Bachelor he has spent not less than five years in acquiring proficiency in Surveying provided that in the case of a candidate who has obtained first or second class Honours in Surveying Part III and Photo- grammetry in his Surveying course the minimum period shall be three years and
(b) has presented
(i) a thesis or a written report on his practical experience (with necessary plans) or
(ii) published work in Surveying or such unpublished work in Surveying as he deems appropriate or both.
(2) In each case the material presented must be appropriate to
Surveying, must be accepted by the Faculty and must be satisfactory to Examiners nominated by the Faculty.
(3) No thesis, report, published, or unpublished work shall be considered satisfactory unless it shows evidence of capacity for the development or application of scientific principles and methods, acquaintance with the work of others in similar fields and ability in the presentation of ideas.
5. A candidate may not submit for examination work in respect of which he has already qualified for a degree in any University, or, without the permission of the Faculty, work which he has previously submitted for any such degree.
6. The written report or original designs of Engineering or
Surveying work submitted by any candidate under this Regulation shall be examined in the manner prescribed in Statute XVI, Division IV, for the Examination of Theses for Higher Degrees.
7. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, any person who is accepted, under the Regulations in force on or before the 31st May, 1958, as a candidate for one of the following degrees, namely, Master of Civil Engineering, Master of Mining Engineering, Master of Metallurgical Engineering, Master of Electrical Engineering, Master of Mechanical Engineering or Master of Chemical Engineering, may, if he complies with the Regulations which were in force on the date of his being so accepted, be admitted.
(a) on or before 31st December, 1959, to the degree for which his candidature was accepted or the degree of Master of Engineering, whichever he may elect, or
(b) after 31st December, 1959, to the degree of Master of En- gineering."
DEGREE OF MASTER OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE (Calendar, °Chap. III, Reg. XLIII)
[NoTE.—Pursuant to its wartime powers the Professorial Board on the recom- mendation of the Faculty of Engineering has resolved that holders of the Bachelor of Engineering Science degree conferred under the special wartime provisions of Chap. III, Reg. XLII, will not be permitted to proceed with the Master of Engineering Science degree without the special permission of the Faculty.]
1. Candidates for the Degree of Master of Engineering Science shall subsequently to the completion of the course for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering pursue for not less than one year advanced studies and research at the Engineering and/or Metallurgical Labora- tories of the University* and shall thereafter present a thesis based on
• With the permission of the Faculty part of the work may be carried out in the laboratories of sonic other organization providing the whole of the work is under the control of the Head of the University Department concerned.
original work in some branch of Engineering Science approт ed by. the Faculty.
2. The thesis shall be examined in the manner prescribed in Statute XVI Division IV for the examination of theses for higher degrees. The examination shall be for Pass and Honours.
3. Candidates who have fulfilled the conditions prescribed and have satisfied the Examiners and are Bachelors of at least one year's standing of some branch of Engineering or of Engineering Science may be admitted to the Degree of Master of Engineering Science.
DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF ENGINEERING (Calendar, Chap. III, Reg. XLVI)
1. The Faculty may admit as a candidate for the degree of Doctor
of Engineering a Bachelor of Engineering who is of at least five years' standing, or a graduate in some other Faculty who is of at least five years' standing and who satisfies the Faculty that he possesses adequate experience of Engineering.
2. The Faculty shall not admit any person as a candidate for the degree unless in the opinion of the Faculty he has already made sub- stantial published contributions to Engineering.
3. A candidate shall submit a record of his published work, . and the prescribed number of copies of all the work, whether published or unpublished, which he wishes to submit for examination. A can- didate may not submit for examination work in respect of which he has already qualified for a degree in any University or, without the permission of the Faculty, work which he has previously presented for any such degree. The Faculty, if it approve the subject or subjects of the work submitted for examination, shall nominate examiners.
4. A candidate, in submitting his published work and such un -
published work as he may think appropriate, shall state generally in a preface and specifically in notes the sources from which his information is derived, the extent to which he has availed himself of the work of others, and in general terms the portions of his work which he claims as original.
When a candidate submits work carried out in collaboration with another person, he shall indicate his own share in the work.
5. Subject to the Statutes and Regulations of the University, the Faculty shall give directions for the conduct of the examination.
6. A candidate whose work as submitted gives evidence of research
and ability satisfactory to the examiners and in their opinion constitutes a
definite contribution to Engineering and who has fulfilled the prescribed
conditions may be admitted to the Degree of Doctor of Engineering.
Part I 1,2
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matics Part I .. 9-10
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1Engineering Mathematics Part I
Chemistry Part I. .
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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING TIME-TABLE for 1961 First Year—All Courses
Preliminary Course commences 9 a.m. Monday, 27th February, 1961, in the Engineering School. All new First-Year students are required to attend.
Normal lectures commence 13th March, 1961
1st Year of All Engineering Courses (except Chemical Engineering Course and Metallurgical Engineering Course)
tAlternative times for lecture classes—students will be informed which class they will attend.
*Alternative times for practical classes—students will be informed which class they will attend.
1st Year of Chemical Engineering and Metallurgical Engineering Courses
*Alternative times—students will be informed which class they will attend.
1. Together with tutorial or practice classes at times to be. arranged.
2. Practical or Drawing Office classes.
3. All students enrolled for Physics Part I should 511 in a card for practical work when enrolling at the Registrar's Office.
4. Preliminary classes in Engineering Part I commence on Monday, 27th February, at 9 a.m.
Noтs.-Time-tablе for Applied Mathematics Part I and Pure Mathematics Part I will be found in the Arts Handbook.
eering Part I .. 9-10
SurveØg Part I . . 1,2
& Design Practices
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