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5.—No candidates are admitted later in any course than the beginning of the fourth year.

6.-If a student who has voluntarily left the University again applies for admission, in order to pursue the same course as he took before, he may be admitted during the first term, to the class of the same grade as the one in which he was when he left the University. Those, however, who desire to enter a course different from that which they took before, are subject to the rule mentioned in art. 4.

7.-Applicants for admission are required to present to the secretary of the University a written application according to the prescribed form, together with the certificate of the Yobimon to the effect that they have passed satisfactorily the entrance examinations held there. Students promoted from the Yobimon are admitted without formal application.

8.-A student admitted to this University is required to present, in accordance with the prescribed form, a bond executed on the part of himself and two guardians, one as a principal. The guardians must be male householders, above twenty years

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and must reside in one of the fifteen districts of Tokio Fu. In case the student can not obtain two guardians within these districts, he may be allowed to have a person who has a residence in one of the six gun of Tokio Fu, as one of his guardians.

9.-In case the guardian dies, or moves beyond the above fifteen districts or to other Fu, or Ken, a new guardian must at once be substituted to fill the

vacancy, a new bond being executed according to the prescribed form.

10.-If either guardian desires to leave Tokio and travel for more than four weeks, he must, before his departure, state such desire and provide a substitute having power of attorney ; and when he returns he must also inform the secretary of his return. If both guardians leave the city at the same time, for a period of less than four weeks, they must first provide a substitute, and if their absence is longer than four weeks a second substitute must also be provided.

11.- If a day-student be absent from the class on account of sickness or other unavoidable cause, the guardian. of such student shall send to the secretary, not later than the day following such absence, a note explaining the cause of absence; if he expects to be absent continuously for more than one day, the above note, mentioning also the number of days of his absence, shall be sent to the secretary, not later than the day following the beginning of such absence. In case the absence is prolonged on account of sickness for more than two weeks, a certificate from the medical attendant shall accompany the guardian's note.

N.B. A resident student, who leaves the boarding-house temporarily and attends the class as a day-student, shall be subject to this article.

12.- In case a student becomes, on acco nt of sickness, unable to pursue his course on the ground that. it is injurious to his health, and applies within one month from the beginning of the academic year for permission to select and pursue some other course, le may be permitted to do so after due consideration, according to the circumstances of the case.

13.-Any student, who, on account of negligence or misconduct or breach of the University regulations, may

be found unworthy to be any longer a student of the University, will be promptly dismissed.

14.-A student who fails at any examination and whose failure necessitates his dismissal according to the scheme connected with art. 8 of the regulations for examinations will be dismissed.

15.— When a student, who, on account of sickness or any other cause, was degraded or absent from the annual examination, is found to remain in the same class during two years, he will be dismissed from the University.

16.—When on account of sickness a student shall be found by the physician of the University unable to follow the regular course, he will be dismissed from the University.

17.-Any student, who desires to leave the University on account of sickness or any other cause, may be allowed to do so.

VII.-EXAMINATIONS & CERTIFICATES.

1.-The Annual Examination commences on June 21st (or 22nd if 21st be a Sunday) when students are examined on all subjects studied during the year; but in case the instruction in any subject is completed in the first or second term, the examination on such subject may be held at once.

With regard to laboratory work in the Department of Science the instructors have the option of deciding whether or not such annual examination shall be held.

2.-The term mark for the work done during each term in each subject shall be determined by written examinations, essays, exercises, or by any other means the instructor may prefer.

3.-—The year mark of the student in each subject at the end of each academic year shall be determined by adding twice the average mark for term work to the marks for annual examination, and then by dividing the sum thus obtained by 3. In the case of any subject which is studied during only one term, the year mark of the student in that subject shall be determined in the same way, the term mark being taken as the average mark for the term work.

N.B. In the case of laboratory work, in the Department of Science, when no annual examination is held, the average mark for the term work will be considered the

year mark.

4.—The General Average of the student for each academic year is determined by dividing the sum of the year marks (obtained by the method mentioned in the foregoing article) in all the subjects by the number of the subjects.

5.—Each professor or instructor shall report to the Sori the term marks at the end of each term, and the marks for the examination immediately after the annual examination.

6.- At the end of the first and second terms a list of each class is posted arranged in the order of merit, showing the term mark in each subject and the general average for the term.

At the end of the academic year, a list is posted in the same way, showing the term average, the final examination mark, the year mark in each subject, and the general average for the year. The names of the students of each class are printed in the Calendar in the order of their general average for the year.

7.-If, at the end of each term, the general average of any student is below sixty, or if his term mark in any one subject is below thirty, he shall be degraded. If a student fails in consequence of absence or under any

other circumstances to obtain the term mark even in one subject, he shall be degraded.

8.–At the end of each academic year students are promoted, degraded, or dismissed according to the scheme given in the following page. Students who have failed in any examination, are not allowed to be re-examined under any circumstances.

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