The University of Calcutta (Matriculation Examination) Act, 1951
West Bengal Act 30 of 1951
(a) "Matriculation Examination" means the examination commonly known as the Matriculation Examination of the University of Calcutta ; and
(b) "University of Calcutta" means-
(i) prior to the appointed day referred to in clause (b) of section 2 of the Calcutta University Act, 1951, the University of Calcutta as constituted under the Calcutta University Act, 1857 and the Indian Universities Act, 1904,
(ii) and thereafter, the University of Calcutta as constituted under the Calcutta University Act, 1951.3. University of Calcutta not to hold Matriculation or equivalent examination and Board of Secondary Education to hold its Final Examination. - Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any other law, with effect from the year 1952,-
(i) the University of Calcutta shall not hold or cause to be held the Matriculation Examination, or any other examination equivalent thereto; and
(ii) the Board of Secondary Education shall annually or at such intervals as it thinks fit, hold its Final Examination, qualifying for admission to a course of study instituted by the University of Calcutta.