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The ranking of the merit list is carefully checked and finally a comparison can be made on the basis of marks obtained in the respective subjects of the matriculation examination. In each case, the Professor's Council will ascertain the maturity of the candidate.

Faculty Prerequisites

Applicants with approved technical college degrees are qualified to enroll if they pass the entrance examination in English expression. Candidates who have qualified to enroll in another recognized university may be admitted to the entrance examination.

Recognition of Work Done at Technical or Agricultural Colleges

The Professional Board has discretionary powers in relation to registration, and some concessions may be made to candidates in the following categories: Candidates who are in full-time employment and have passed the required school-leaving subjects may be eligible to matriculate by passing, while in full-time work, four matric subjects including English Expression in every three sittings.

List of Recognized Technical Colleges

List of Approved Equivalents

Enrolment

Terminal Re-enrolment

Fees

Financial Assistance

Summary of Awards

Whether or not a scholarship is available depends on the judgment of the professor of agriculture.

Examinations

Graduation

Student Counselling and Housing

Appointments Board

The handbook also contains information about clubs and associations, sports activities and other aspects of student life at the university. On these two days, the students receive a lot of information about the study at the university, which can answer most of the practical questions that concern them before the start of the semester.

The Colleges of the University

Undergraduate students who need holiday work should register early to give the council time to make the necessary arrangements; those who wish to work during the long holiday must register before the end of August. Information about the Baillieu Library, the Union, the student health service, student housing, the book exchange and other facilities is given in the Orientation Handbook which is distributed free of charge by the Student Council to new students before the start of the first term. .

University Halls of Residence

International House provides associate membership, which enables students who live nearby to take meals and classes in the house and actively participate in the house's other activities. For further information on accommodation, students are referred to the relevant section of the university calendar and to the institutions' supervisors.

Details of Courses and Subjects for the Degree of Bachelor of Agricultural Science and the Diploma of Agriculture

  • CHAPTER 2
  • of Master of Agricultural Science
  • in Agriculture
  • of Doctor of Agricultural Science
  • CHAPTER 3

The provisions of regulation 3.2.1 apply (as far as applicable) to the aforementioned recommendation by the faculty. The faculty may admit candidates to the course who have completed the fourth year of the course for the degree of Bachelor of Agricultural Science, but have not passed in all subjects of regulation 3.27.8, group B. a) the preparation during the year of a critical review of the literature on some subject or subjects;.

DETAILS OF SUBJECTS—AGRICULTURE

DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE AND DIPLOMA OF AGRICULTURE

493. AGRICULTURAL BACTERIOLOGY

PRACTICAL SYLLABUS

480. AGRICULTURAL BOTANY PART I

SYLLABUS

PRACTICAL WORK

BOOKS

487. AGRICULTURAL BOTANY PART II

A unit of 25 lectures with laboratory work on the physiology of plants. ii) A unit of 25 lectures with laboratory work on cytology, genetics and plant breeding. iii).

496. AGRICULTURAL BOTANY PART III

Information obtained in this way is taken into account in the success or failure of a candidate in the practical work. The department provides all devices for which a fee of 10 k€ has to be paid to the University Branch of the National Bank, using a specially stamped banknote obtained from the department. Upon return of the device and locker key, the balance will be refunded less the value of breakages, etc.

Cost structure in major farm industries; methods and results of production cost surveys; determining unit costs. A course of one lecture per week during the Third Year on the economics of agricultural production and its application to farm management. Government intervention in agriculture - reasons and methods; organized marketing, dual-price schemes, domestic and international stabilization measures, subsidies and tariffs.

482. AGRICULTURAL ENTOMOLOGY

Price demand and supply in agriculture; elasticity of demand and supply, shifts in demand (changes in income and population) and in supply (new techniques), industry supply responses. Industry research - wool wheat, dairy, meat, poultry - mainly concerns pricing policy and marketing framework.

478. AGRICULTURAL GEOLOGY

479. AGRICULTURE PART I

An introduction to the essential features of any farming system including. a study of soils, soil conservation, maintenance and fertility enhancement.

485. AGRICULTURE PART II

490. AGRICULTURE PART III

Diseases affecting fertility in rams and sheep; management of sheep during pregnancy with special emphasis on disease control. Fat digestion, fecal and metabolic fat, depot fat, milk fat, essential fatty acids, animal and. Crude and true protein, non-protein nitrogen, protein quality, protein digestion products, action of bacteria in the digestive tract, faecal nitrogen, metabolic nitrogen, apparent and true digestibility.

Fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamins, chemical nature, physiological functions, symptoms of deficiencies, distribution in food, synthesis in digestive tract, anti-vitamins.

499. BIOCHEMISTRY PART I (AGRICULTURE COURSE)

On presentation of the receipt, a key will be issued; the device should be checked before the term begins. At the end of the course, the remaining amount will be refunded less the value of breakages etc. Practical tests will be held during the course, but there will be no additional tests as part of the annual exam.

Physiology of the higher plant and higher animal, with sufficient morphology and anatomy as a basis. Relating the properties of solids, liquids, gases and solutions to the types of chemical bonds. National Bank University Branch, using a specially stamped bank slip obtained from the department.

500. INTRODUCTION TO BIOMETRY

Particular attention is drawn to the Horticultural Bulletins of the Department of Agriculture, Victoria; to the Journal of Horticultural Science, Horticultural Abstracts and Technical Communications of the Commonwealth Bureau of Horticulture and Plantation Crops, and the Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science.

476. PHYSICS (AGRICULTURE COURSE)

A course of two lectures per week in the first and third semesters and three lectures per week in the second semester, together with laboratory work during the third year. Experiments illustrating the properties of muscles and nerves, and of the circulatory and respiratory systems. Prior to the first practical lesson, which is held on the first day of school, students are required to:. i) to provide one dissection set and one thermometer from 0-100° Celsius for each pair; ii) buy a copy of the practical notes in room 33 of the Physiology Department and possibly pay a fee for the rental of a microscope; iii) to provide oneself with a Practice Book (no. 3 or no. ЭА) from the Rbom University Book;. iv) consult the Departmental Notice Board for further information.

TIME-TABLE FOR 1964

Personal inquiries should be made to Mr. MILNEJ, the scientific branch of the registry office, at the Faculty of Agriculture. Due to lack of laboratory space and increased enrollment, the University Council limited the number of students to enroll in the first year of Veterinary Science. The faculty decided that of the 50 candidates to be selected, a limited number might be non-Victorian.

All students must submit an application for selection to the academic department of the registrar's office by Friday, January 17. All fees must be paid into the University's account at a branch of the National Bank of Australasia. Branches of the bank will be found next to the Bookroom and in the Union House.

ENTRANCE

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DETAILS OF COURSE AND SUBJECTS

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REGULATIONS—VETERINARY SCIENCE

Degree of Doctor of Veterinary Science

Applicants for the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine are either Bachelors of Veterinary Medicine with a degree of at least three years or admitted on the recommendation of the Faculty in accordance with Article 3.3 to the status of candidate eligible for the examination for the degree of Veterinary Medicine. doctor of veterinary medicine. degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. The Faculty does not admit anyone as a candidate for the degree unless, in the opinion of the Faculty, they have already made substantial published contributions to veterinary medicine. A prospective candidate submits a report of his published scientific work and the prescribed number of copies of all the work2, published or unpublished, that he wishes to submit for examination.

A candidate may not submit to the examination any work by which he has already obtained a degree at any university, or, without the permission of the Faculty, any work he has previously submitted for a degree. The faculty, if it approves the subject or subjects of the work submitted for the exam, then appoints the examiners. Each candidate, when submitting his published work and such unpublished work as he thinks fit, shall indicate generally in the preface and particularly in the footnotes the sources from which the information is derived, the extent to which he has used the work of others, and shall generally indicate the parts of his work , which he claims to be original.

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DETAILS OF SUBJECTS—VETERINARY SCIENCE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF VETERINARY SCIENCE

351. BIOLOGY (VETERINARY COURSE )

Two practical exams are taken during the year and, at the discretion of the examiners, these can replace the final practical exam. The course will consist of a treatment of basic physical, organic and inorganic chemistry, emphasizing those branches of the subject which are applicable to the biological sciences and using appropriate examples. The chemistry of the elements and its relationship to the periodic classification will be discussed throughout.

Practical classes for this course are held in the Biological and Engineering Chemistry Laboratory of the Redmond Barry Building. The department supplies all devices for which a fee of £5 is payable to the University Branch of the National Bank, using a specially stamped bank slip obtained from the laboratory. Topics covered include the history of veterinary science; the development of veterinary education in relation to agricultural evolution; current areas of veterinary activity; veterinarians in relation to members of other professions and the responsibilities of the profession to the public.

LABORATORY WORK

SECOND YEAR VETERINARY ANATOMY

502. MICROSCOPIC ANATOMY

503. GROSS ANATOMY

504. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PART I (VETERINARY COURSE )

505. PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY PART I ( VETERINARY COURSE )

Students should report to the Russell Grimwade School of Biochemistry during the second to last week of the long vacation, when they can nominate or be assigned partners for Physiology and Biochemistry. Students who will be absent from Melbourne during the second to last week of the holidays must inform the Department of Biochemistry in writing of their intended partner before the end of that week. An introduction to biochemical techniques and their application to the study of the principal constituents of animal and plant tissues.

The apparatus used for practical biochemistry is provided by the Biochemistry Department; a deposit of £5 per student must be paid to the University Branch of the National Bank by a specially stamped bank slip obtained from the Department. Upon production of the receipt, a key will be issued; the apparatus must be checked before the term begins. Before the first practical class, which is held on the first day of the term, students are required to: i) to provide themselves with one dissecting kit and one 0-100° Celsius thermometer for each pair;. ii) to buy a copy of the practical notes from Room 33 in the Physiology Department and pay a fee for renting a microscope if necessary;. iii) to provide themselves with a Practical Book (No. 3 or No. ЗA) from the University Book Room;. iv) to consult the Departmental Notification Board for any further information.

TIME-TABLE FOR 1964 Note: Lecture times axe in heavy black type

References

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