Εικόνες σελίδας
PDF
Ηλεκτρ. έκδοση

2. That the modul be presented publicly every year at the annual Convo. cation for conferring degrees to that one of the successful candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts wboobtains the highest marks in the subjects appointed for Honours in Mathematics.

MEDALLISTS.

1881 Chandra, Aghornath

Presidency College. 1882 Das, Radhagobinda

Ditto. 1883 Set, Gobindalal

Ditto. 1884 Sen, Narayanchandra

Ditto. 1885 Ray, Satischandra

Ditto 1886 Bası, Abinaschandra

Ditto. 1887 Karfarma, Suryyakumar

Genl. Assembly's Institution. 1888 Bhattacharyya, Manindranath Presidency College. 1889 Ghatak, Mohinikanta

Ditto. 1890 De, Kiranchandra

Ditto. 1891 Ray, Charuchandra

Ditto. 1892 Biswas, Rakhalraj

Krishnagar College. 1893 Raychoudhuri, Muralidhar Presidency College. 1894 Mitra, Bhupendranath

Ditto. 1895 Pal, Jogindranath

Ditto. 1896 Sengapta, Kalimohan

Ditto. 1897 Mukhopadhyay, Harisadhan

Ditto. 1898 De, Krishnaprasad

Genl. Assembly's Institution.

Ripon College. Gangopadhyay, Phanipdralal B.N. College, Bankipur. 1900 Ghosh, Mahimchandra

Presidency College. 1901 Bandyopadhyay, Bankimdas

Ditto. 1902 De, Birendranath

Ditto. 1903 Das, Amarendranath

Ditto. 1904 Gangopadhyay, Subodhchandra ... F.C. of Scotland's Instn, and Duff

College. 1905 Basu, Krishnabihari

Presidency College.

1899{ bay. Baikunthachandra

COBDEN MEDAL.

In March, 1879, the Committee of the Cobden Club, London, offered an annual Silver Medal for proficiency in Political Economy.

With the concurrence of the Committee, it was arranged that this Medal should be awarded to the successful student who in the annual Examination for M.A. in History and Political Economy should obtain the highest number of marks in the latter subject.

MEDALLISTS, 1876 Sukul, Kalisankar

Presidency College. 1880 Ghosh, Manmathanath

Free Church Institution. 1881 Arndt, George

Teacher. 1882 Ghosh, Mahendrakumar

Dacca College. 1884 Sinha, Prabhachandra

Presidency College. 1885 Chattopadhyay, Ambikacharan ... Genl. Assembly's Institation. 1886 Snnyal, Girischandra

Metropolitan Institution. 1887 * Mukhopadhyay, Satyacharan City College 1889 Ben, Binayendranath

Genl. Assembly's Institution. 1891 Bandyopadhyay, Srischandra Private Stadent. 1892 Ray, Angkulchandra

Ditto.

[ocr errors]

...

1895 Sen, Jasodananda

Private Student, 1897 Ballabh, Kunjabihari

Ditto. 1898 Chattopadhyay, Santosh

F.C. of Scotland's Institation and

Duff College. 1899

Pramathanath... Presidency College. 1900 Sen, Nirmalchandra

Ditto. 1301 Mukhopadhyay, Radhakumud Private stndent. 1902 Basu, Jyotischandra

Presidency College. 1903 Jatischandra

F.C. of Scotland's Institution and

Doff College. 1904 Chattopadhyay, Jatindramohan...

Ditto. 1905 Chaudhuri, Brajendranarayan Presidency College.

DWARKANATH SCHOLARSHIP.

The Committee of the Dwarkanath Memorial Fund, on the 9th September, 1882, made over to the University of Calcutta the snm of Rs. 5,500, in 4 per cent. Government Promissory Notes (reduced to 31), on the following conditions:-

1. That the amount be applied in founding a Scholarship to be awarded subject to the following conditions :

2. That the Scholarship shall be awarded to snch successful candidate in the Entrance Examination of the University of Calcutta for the year who, being a student of the South Suburban School, obtains the highest number of marks amongst his fellow-students, but does not obtain any other Scholarship.

3. That shonld no stndent from the South Suburban School succeed in passing the Entrance Examination, aforesaid, or should such students pass but obtain any other Scholarship, the Scholarship shall be awarded to snch successful candidate in the Entrance Examination who, being a student of the Hughli Collegiate School, obtains the highest number of marks amongst his fellow-students but does not obtain any other Scholarship.

4. That should no student mentioned in Resolution (2) or (3) be eligible for the Scholarship, the Scholarship shall be awarded to such student as the Syndicate of the said University shall select.

5. That the Scholarship shall be tenable for two years in one of the Colleges affiliated to the University of Calcutta upon the same terms regarding regularity of attendance and other matters on which Government Junior Scholarships are held.

6. That the holders of the Scholarships for the time being shall be called Dwarkanath Sobolars.

7. That the Scholarship shall be paid by a monthly sum of Rs. 8.

8. That the amount aforesaid be invested in Government of India Promissory Notes of the 4 (reduced to 3}) per cent. loan for Rs. 5.500, and the notes handed over to authorities of the said University with request that the Syndicate may give effect to the above Resolutions.

9. That should the interest payable on the Government Securities be reduced, the monthly amount to be paid to the Dwarkanath Scholars shall be proportionately reduced to allow of the amount of interest realised meet. ing the amount payable to the scholars.

TAGORE MEDALS.

Maharaja Sir Jotindramohan Tagore, K.C.S.I., on 13th February, 1883, made over to the University of Calcutta the sum of Rs 3,500 in 4 per cent.

Government Promissory Notes 'rednced to 31), in order to found two medals, a gold and a silver one, to be open to competition amongst all members of the University studying Lnw in iny nffiliated College, who shall have attended 75 per cent. of the lectures of the Tagore Law Professor for the year in which the examination shall be held.

The names of the two students are published in the Gazette, and the medals are presented at the annual Convocation.

MEDALLISTS.

1883 1. Bandyopadhyay, l'areschandra.

2. Bhattacharyya Manmathanath. 1884 1. Mukhopadhyay, Asutosh.

2. Syed Shamsul Huda. 1885 1. Mokhopadhyay, Asutosh.

2. Sen, Narayanchandra. 1886 1. Mukhopadhyay, Asutosh.

2. Basn, Jnanendranath.
1887 1. Cainell, Owen.

2. Chattopadhyay, Ramapati.
1888 1. Bandyopadhyny, Haranchandra.

2. Ghose, Jnanendramohan.
1889 1. Bandyopadhyay, Saratchandra.

2. Muhammad Mustafa Khan.
1890 1. Bandyopadhyay Haranchandra.

2. Muhammad Mustafa Khan.
1891 1. Das, Satyendranath.

2. Bandyopadhyay, Haripada. 1892 1. Shahabuddin Khan.

2. Bandyopadhyay, Haripada.
1893 1. Thakur, Akshay kumar.

2. Ta, Jadunath.
1894 1. Bandyop: dhyay, Satischandra-Extra gold medallist.

2. Mukhopadhyay, Manmathapath.

3. Rav, Lalitmohan.
1895 1. Chakrabarti, Jnangaran.

Mitra, Dwarkanath.

Prabhaschandra. 1896 1. Maitra, Jogendranath.

2. Mitra, Dwarkanath. 1897 1. Sanyal, Baradakunta.

2. Sandell, S. 1898 1. Sil, Sibcharan.

2. Chattapadhyay, Pramathanath. 1899 1. Mitra, Birendranath

2. Bandyopadhyay, Kalipada. 1900 1. Mallik, Bipinchandra

2. Bandyopadhyay, Jnanendranath. 1901

1. Ray. Brajanath.

2. Baral, Ratanchand. 1902 1. De, Krisnaprasad.

2. Das, Hariprasanna. 1903 1. Sircar, G.

2. Ray, Bishnupada. 1904 1. Sircar, G.

2. Raychaudhnri, Awilendranath.

2. {

MCCANN MEDALS.

The McCann Memorial Committee, on the 15th January, 1885, made over to the University a 4 per cent. Government Promissory Note (reduced to 31) for Rs. 500 on the following conditions :

1. That an annual Silver Medal be instituted, bearing the words “McCann Medal awarded to .......... on one side, and the University Arms on the other.

2. That the medal be presented publicly every year at the annnal Convocation for conferring degrees to that student who obtains the highest number of marks in the B.A. Examination for Honours in Mathematics of the successful Presidency College students who gains no other University prize, Scholarsbip or Medal for Mathematics at that examination.

3. That the name of the medallists be printed in the University Calendar.

MEDALLISTS.

1885 Bandyopadhyay, Nrityagopal.
1886 Mitra, Srischandra.
1887 Chattopadhyay, Jyotiprasad.
1888 Bandyopadhyay, Rakhalmohan.
1889 Mitra, Jyotischandra.
1890 Niyogi, Bhabaniprasad.
1891 Biswas, Upendranath.
1892 Bandyopadhyay, Dhanapati.
1893 Sarkar, Kshitischandra.
1894 Chakrabarti, Jnansaran.
1895 Bhattuch: ryya, Rasikmohan.
1896 Deb, Maninathakrishna.
1897 Datta, Saratchandra.
1898 Chakrabarti, Rabatimohan.
1899 Sengupta, Debendranath.
1900 Gangopadhyay, Saradakanta.
1901 Datta, Bidbubhushan.
1902 Ray, Niranjan.
1903 Gupta, Kisorimohan.
1904 Mukhopadhyay, Hiralal.
1905 Lala, Asutosh.

[ocr errors]

PEARYCHAND MITRA MEDAL,

The Pearychand Mitra Testimonial Committee, on the 7th May, 1886, made over to the University of Calcutta a 4 per cent. Government Promissory Note (reduced to 34) for Rs. 500 on the following conditions:

1. That an annual Silver Medal be instituted, bearing the words "Pearychand Mitra Medal” on one side, and the University Arms on the other.

2. That the medal be presented publicly every year at the annual Convocation for conferring degrees to the successful student who obtains the highest number of marks in Philosophy in the Honour Course of the B.A. Examination, provided he gets no other medal; in that case the medal is to be awarded to the next best student.

3. That the names of the medallists be printed in the University Calendar and also in the Gazette.

MEDALLISTS.

[blocks in formation]

Presidency College.

Ditto.
Mair Central College.
Presidency College.

Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.

Ditto.
F.C. of Scotland's Institution and

Duff College
Presidency College.

Ditto.

Ditto.
F.C. of Scotland's Institation and

Doff College
City College,
Presidency College.
F.C. of Scotland's Institution and

Doff College
Presidency College.

Ditto.

Ditto.
Teacher.
B.M. Institation, Barisal.
Private Student.

1897 Datta, Pramathanath, No. I
1893 Ghosh, Nagendranath
1899 Bandyopadhyay, Jatindramohan

1900 De, Jatindramohan
1901 Sengapta, Nareschandra
1902 Bagn, Surendranath
1903 Banbery, H.
1904 Kandu, Surendranath
1905 Ghosh. Khargaginba

HEMANTAKUMAR MEDAL. On the 5th November, 1887, Dr. Ganga Persand Mookerjee, of Bhowani. pore, made over to the University three Government Securities of the 4 per cent. loan of 1865 (reduced to 3}) to the value of Rs. 2,500 in memory of his son Hemantakumar, who, having been born on the 16th December, 1866, and graduated as Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Philosophy and Sanskrit in 1897, died of fever on the lst November, 1887 ; the conditions under which the endowment was accepted are is follows :

1. That an annual gold medal, to be called the Hemantakomar Gold Medal, be instituted bearing the words “ Hemantakumar Medal awarded to......" on one side, and the University Arms on the other.

2. That the medal be presented publicly every year at the annual Convocation for conferring degrees, to that one of the successful candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts who obtains the highest number of marks in the subjects appointed for Honours in Mental and Moral Science.

3. That the names of the medallists be printed in the Gazette and in the University Calendar,

MEDALLISTS.

Brij Nandan Prasad 1888* | Chattopadhyay, Rakhaldas

Datta, Hirendranath 1889 Chaudhuri, Pramathanath 1890 Platel, J.

Mair Central College.
Presidency College.

Ditto.

Ditto.
St. Xavier's College.

• Prizes were awarded in lieu of the medal.

« ΠροηγούμενηΣυνέχεια »