FOR DIPLOMA T:
First part. a. phytopathology, b. chemistry of soils, c. agrogeology, d. agrarian law, e. general land-husbandry, ƒ. technics of cultivation, g. calculus of probability, h. plant-anatomy, i. theory of heredity, j. applied systematic botany and plant-geography, k. horticultural technology. Second part. a. plant-culture, b. phytopathology, c. manuring, d. horticultural implements and horticulture, e. agrarian law, ƒ. general land-husbandry, g. technics of cultivation, h. general microbiology, i. applied systematic botany and plant-geography, j. horticultural architecture, k. horticultural technology. Engineers Examination:
a. culture of horticultural plants, b. any two of the following: chemistry of soils and manuring, phytopathology, landhusbandry, horticultural technology, nature-drawing and horticultural architecture, applied systematic botany and plant-geography, c. .optional subject. FOR DIPLOMA B: Candidate Examination:
First part. a. timber-culture, b. phytopathology, c. chemistry of soils, d. agrarian law, e. general land-husbandry, /. timber-measurement,^. forest profits-calculation, h. calculus of probability, i. plant-anatomy, /.systematic botany, plant-geography and tree-flora.
Second part. a. timber-culture and forest-preservation. b. economics of forestry and transport, c. forest-management, d. phytopathology,e. plant-culture, / manuring,^-. agricultural implements, h, agrarian law, /.general land-husbandry. Engineers Examination:
Either of the following groups: l. a. timber-culture, b. cult-