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The late Baba Saradaprasad Ray, Zemindar of Chakdighi, beqeathed by his will to the University a sum of Rs. 5,000 which it was left to the Syndi. cate to utilise in the best way they thought fit. In February, 1885, the University received from Baba Lalit Mohan Roy, the heir of the deceased, a Government Promissory Note for Rs. 5,000, and in April, 1888, the Com. missioner of Burdwan forwarded the interest on the same, amounting to Rs. 3,500. The capital at the disposal of the University thus stood at Rs. 8,500. After consultation with Baba Lalit Mohan Roy, it was determined to found a scholarship, to the value of Rs. 10 a month, to be called the Saradaprasad Scholarship, to be awarded innually to that oue of the successful candidates for the First Examination in Arts who, having passed the Entrance Examination from the Chakdighi Higher Class English School, had prosecuted bis studies in an affiliated College for a period of two years; and in case no successful student appear from that school, to that one among the successful candidates for the F.A. who had passed the Entrance Examination with the greatest credit from the Burdwan District.

It was also determined to apply the balance which remained, amonnting to Rs. 80, every year to the foundation of four prizes of books, to be called the Saradaprasad Prizes, to be awarded to the four successful candidates who stood highest in the sobjects of Physics, Chemistry, Logic and History, respectively. As no separate examination in Chemistry was to be held until 1891, it was decided that two prizes should be given, up to that year, to the two highest candidates in the subject of Physics.

PADMAVATI MEDAL. On the 4th December, 1888, Dr. Rashbihari Ghosh made over to the Uni. versity two Government Promissory Notes of the 4 (reduced to 81) per cent. loan of 1865 to the value of Rs. 2,500, in memory of his mother, Srimati Padmavati, on the following conditions :

1. That an annual gold medal be instituted, bearing the inscription “ Padmavati Medal awarded to

on one side, and the University Arms on the other.

2. That the Medal be presented every year at the annual Convocation for conferring degrees to a lady candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, who being a native of Bengal is admitted to that degree, and when there are more than one so admitted, to the graduate who obtains the highest number of marks.

3. The the names of the medallists be pablished in the University Calendar.

MEDALLISTS. 1890 Ghosal, Sarala

Bethuwe College. 1891 Datta, Jibanbala

Ditto. 1892 Trgore, Indira

Private Student. 1893 Ghose, Surab.la

Bethune College. 1894 Rakshit, Saralabala

Ditto. 1895 Cohen, Matilda

Private Stadent, 1896 Sen, Premkasım

Bethune College. 1897 Sarala

Ditto. 1898 Gupta, Margaret

Doveton College. 1899 Majumdar, Snehalata

Bethune College. 1900 Palit, Lilian

Private Stadent. 1901 Basa, Rajkumari

Bethune College. 1902 Hridaybala

Ditto. 1903 Mitra, Kumudini

Ditto. 1905 Singh, Mabel

Private Student.

RITCHIE PRIZE.

On the 4th December, 1867, the Honorary Secretary to the Committee appointed for the purpose of commemorating the services of the late Hon'ble William Ritchie, Vice-Chancellor of the University, Advocate-General of Bengal, and Member of the Supreme Council, made over to the University Rs. 672, for establishing an annual prize of books The amount was invest. ed in Government Securities, and the annual proceeds allowed to accumulate till the fund amounted to more than Rs. 1,500. On the 11th May, 1889, the Syndicate decided that an annual prize of books to the value of Rs. 50 be awarded to the candidate who obtains the highest number of marks in the examination for the degree of Bachelor in Law.

PRIZEMEN. 1890 Majumdar, Syamaprasanna Ripon College. 1891 Syed Ali Bilgrami

Patna College. 1891 Waendeo Ramchandra Dhobley Morris College, Nagpur. 1892 Biswas, Gopalchandra

Ripon College. 1893 Datta, Hirendranath

Metropolitan Institution. 1894 Ach ryya Joytishchandra

Ripon College. 1895 Bandyopadhyay, Dhanapati

Ditto. 1896 Ray, M:himchandra

Ditto. 1897 Basa, Prabodhchandra

Ditto. 1898 Linga Rajeshwar

Morris College, Nagpur. 1899 Majumdar, Panchanan

T.N. Jubilee College. 1900 Ghosh, Kunjabihari

Metropolitan Institution. 1901 Ballabh, Kunjabibari

Ripon College. 1902 Bhar, Prandhan

Ditto. 1903 Lobo, P.

Morris College, Nagpur. 1904 Jaju Shrikrishna Mulchand

Ditto. 1905 Gopal Shridhar Lulay

Ditto.

SONAMANI PRIZE. On the 3rd December, 1889, the Hon'ble Dr. Gooroo Dass Banerjee made over to the University a Government Promissory Note of the 4 (reduced to 3}) per cent. loan of 1865 of the value of Rs 1,000 for the purpose of founding a prize in memory of his mother, Srimati Sonamani Devi, on the following conditions :

1. That the Prize be called the “ Sonamani Prize."

2. That it be awnrded publicly at the annual Convocation for conferring degrees, to the candidate who stands first in the list of successful candidates for the M.A. Examination in Sanskrit.

3. That the Prize consist of books relating to the Sanskrit language or litaratnre to be selected by the candidate entitled to the same.

4. That the names of the prizemen be published in the University Calendar.

PRIZEMEN. 1889 Ray, Satishchandra

Sanskrit College. 1890 Bandyopadhyay, Muralidhar

Ditto. 1891 Bhattacharyya, Asutosh

Ditto. 1892 Narayan Dajiba Wadegaonkar Hislop College. 1893 Bandyopadhyay, Haripada Sanskrit College. 1894 Bhattacharyya, Kokileswar

Ditto. 1895 Chakrabarti, Brajalal

Ditto. 1896 Gaha, Abinaschandra

Ditto. 1897 Gangopadhyay, Haricharan

Ditto. 1898 Chakrabarti, Haridas

Ditto. 1899 Goswami, Bhagabatkumar

Ditto. 1900 Laskar, Gangamohan

Ditto. 1901 Pande Ramavatara Sarma

Teacher. 1902 Goswami, Kalikrishna

Private Student. 1903 Chakrabarti, Nilmani

Sanskrit College. 1904 Debray, Sukeschandra

Private Student. 1905 Ray, Bipinchandra

Presidency College.

...

JA YANARAYAN PRIZE. On the 6th December, 1889, Mahamahopadhyay Maheschandra Nyayaratna, C.I.E., made over to the University a Government Promissory Note of the value of Rs. 500 for the purpose of founding thereby an annual prize in memory of his late preceptor, Pandit Jayanarayan Turkapanchanan, on the following conditions :

1. That the prize be called the "Jayanarayan Prize."

2. That it be awarded publicly every year to the successful candidate who obtains the highest marks in Sanskrit at the Entrance Examination.

3. That the prize consist entirely of Sanskrit works to the value of Rs. 17-8.

PHILIP SAMUEL SMITH PRIZE

On the 20th September, 1888, the Honorary Secretaries to the Philip Samuel Smith Memorial Fand, made over to the University the sum of Rs. 990-4, on the following conditions :

1. That an annual prize of books be awarded to the student who obtains the highest nnmber of marks in Ethics and Nataral Theology in the B.A. Honoar Examination.

2. That the names of the prizemen be published in the University Calendar.

PRIZEMEN,

1891 Bandyopadhyay, Albion Rajkumar Presidency College. 1892 Majumdar, Haripada

Metropolitan Institution. 1893 Chakrabrati, Jogendrachandra F.C. of Scotland's Institution and

Doff College. 1894 Saratkumar

Presidency College. 1895 Bhattacharyya, Krishnachandra... Ditto. 1896 Makhopadyay, Jyotindranath

Ditto. 1897 Basa, Hemchandra

Ditto. 1898 Gbosh, Nagendranath

Ditto. 1899 Ray, Probodhchandra

Patna College. 1900 De, Jatindramohan

Presidency College. 1901 Guha, Lalitchandra

Ditto.

[Duff College. Mukhopadhyay, Pramathanath FC. of Scotland's Institution and 1902 Sen, Suryyakanta

Presidency College. 1903 Chakrabarti, Prapbullakumar

Ditto. 1904 Ghosh, Rabindranarayan

Ditto. 1905 Khargasinha

Private Student.

AMBIKACHARAN CHAUDHURI MEDAL.

In 1879, Government accepted the offer of Babu Ambikacharan Chaudhari, B.C.E., Assistant Engineer, Nagode, to invest Rs. 1,200 in 4 per cent. (redaced to 3}) Government Promissory Notes, on condition that out of the interest of the above investment & medal is awarded annually to that student of the Seebpar Civil Engineering College who stands first in Mathematics at the B.C E. Examination. The administration of the Fund was entrusted to the Principal, Civil Engineering College, Seebpur. The Director of Public Instruction, Bengal, having proposed that the medal shoald, in futare, be publicly presented at the Convocation of the Calcutta University, the Govern. ment of Bengal, in its letter No 409, dated the 19th July, 1890, appointed the Registrar of the Calcutta University as administrator of the Band in place of the Principal, Civil Engineering College, Seebpar. On 14th October, 1890, the latter officer made over to the University the sum of Rs. 132-11-1, being the amount of balance at credit of the above Fand, and forwarded a copy of the Report on the audit of the account of the Fund, countersigned by the Accountant-General, Bengal. The investments, at present, amount to Rs. 1,400, yielding an annual income of Rs. 49.

MEDALLISTS. 1890 Mukhopadhyay, Kshirodchandra Civil Engineering College. 1891 Das, Girischandra

Ditto. 1892 Sengupta, Madhusudan

Ditto. 1893 De, Syamacharan

Ditto. 1894 Nilmani

Ditto. 1895 Das, Amarnath

Ditto. 1896 Bandyopadhyay, Bholanath

Ditto. 1897 Ghosh, Kisorimohan

Ditto. 1898 Sarkar, Sarendranath

Ditto.

1899 Biswas, Sarendranath
1900 Madak, Binaykrishna
1901 Bhattacharyya, Jnanescbandra
1902 Kar, Upendranath
1903 Sen, Jatindranath
1904 Bandyopadhyay, Surendranath
1905 Sarkar, Radbaballabh

Civil Engineering College.

Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.

TREVOR MEDAL. The Trevor Testimonial Committee, on the 13th November, 1890, made over to the University the sum of Rs. 1,500 on the following conditiong:

1. That an annual silver medal be instituted bearing the words “Trevor Testimonial Medal” on one side and the University Arma on tbe other.

2. That the medal be presented publicly to that Bengali student who obtains the highest number of marks amongst those successful candidates for the L.E. and B.E. Examinations who do not obtain the University gold medal.

3. That a prize of Engineering books or instruments to the value of not less than Rs. 35 be also awarded to the medallist.

4. That the names of the medallists be printed in the University Calendar.

MEDALLISTS.

1891 Lahiri, Mohinimohan
1892 Mukhopadhyay, Apindrachandra
1893 Pal, Saradasundar
1894 Chakraburti, Srischandra
1895 Das, Amarnath
1896 Datta, Upendranath
1897 Saha, Jnapanjan
1898 Das Haridas
1899 Ray, Chandrasekhar
1900 Tafazzal Ahmad
1901 Sen, Jogeschandra
1902 Deb, Munindranath
1903 Bandyopadhyay, Sailendranath
1904 Sen, Bbolanath
1905 Kshirodchandra

Civil Engineering College.

Ditto,
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.

{KESHAB CHANDRA SEN MEDAL. On the 10th Jannary, 1891, the Keshab Chunder Sen Memorial Committee, through their Honorary Secretary, made over to the University 4 (redaced to 3}) per cent. Government Promissory Notes to the value of Rs. 8,000, with the request that half of the annual interest of the above amount be devoted to annually awarding a gold medal and a prize of books to the value of Rs. 140, necessary for the further prosecution of his studies in Philosophy to the stadent at the B.A. Examination who takes the highest honours in his year in that subject; and that the other half of the interest be devoted to awarding an annual prize of the value of Rs. 140 in money and books to the female stadept who stands highest in general proficiency at the Entrance Examination of her year.

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