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The Prasannakumar Sarbadhikari Memorial Committee, on the 20th March 1891, made over to the University of Calcutta two 5 per cent. Manicipal Debentures for Rs. 1,500 on the following conditions:

1. That an annual gold medal be instituted bearing the words “ Prasannakomar Sarbadhikari Medal” on one side and the University Arms on the other.

2. That the medal be presented publicly every year at the annaal Convocation for conferring degrees to the saccessful student who obtains the highest number of marks in Sanskrit in the Honour Course of the B.A. Examination of the year, ard who gets no other medal, provided he pursues his studies in some well-organized institution for the degree of M.A.

3. That the names of the Medallists be printed in the University Calendar.

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MEDALLISTS. 1891 Narayan Dajiba Wadegaonkar... Hislop College, Nagpur. 1892 Acharyya, Satischandra

Krishnagar College. 1893 Bhattacharyya, Debabrata Presidency College. 1894 Ghosh, Dakshinaranjan

Ditto

Ditto 1895* {

Bandyopadhyay, Saratchandra
Sen, Kaminikumar

Dacca College. 1896 Chakrabarti, Bansmali

Presidency College. 1897 Haridas

Ditto. 1898 Ray, Trailokyanath

Ditto. 1899 Laskar, Gangamohad

Dacca College. 190C Basn, Manisianth

Presidency College. 1901 Dhar, Mokundalal

Dacca College. 1902 Ghosbal, Panchanan

Presidency College. 1903 Datta, Rabindranath

Ditto. 1904 Dattagupta, Akshaykumar

Ditto. '1905 Sen, Satyendranath

Ditto.

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GOODEVE MEDAL.

The Joint Secretaries to the Goodeve Memorial Committee, on the 6th May, 1891, made over to the University a Government Promissory Note for Rs. 500 on the following conditions :

1. That an annual silver medal be instituted bearing the words “Goodeve 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 that student who obtains the highest number of marks in Medicine at the Second M.B. Examination of the year.

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

MEDALLISTS. 1891 Datta, Sarendranath

Medical College. 1892 Majumdar, Nagendranath

Ditto. 1893 Bhattacharyya, Soreschandra

Ditto. 1894 De, Satischandra

Ditto. 1895 Pal, Ratanchandra

Ditto 1896 Barat, Syamlal

Ditto. 1897 Bhattacharyya, Surendranath

Ditto. 1898 Datta, Ambikacharan

Ditto. 1899 Brahmachari, Upendranath

Ditto. 1900 Raychaudhuri, Ajitnath

Ditto. 1991 Mitra, Guruprasad

Ditto. 1902 Ganendranath

Ditto. 1903 C. V. Krishna Swamy Aiyer

Ditto. 1904 Pan, Nanilal

Ditto. 1905 Jobn, D.

Ditto,

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JATINDRACHANDRA MEDAL AND PRIZE.

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On the 30th April, 1892, the Hon'ble Dr. Gooroo Dass Banerjee made over to the University currency notes for Rs. 1,000* for the purpose of instituting an annual silver medal and prize in memory of his son, Jatindrachandra Banerjee, who was born on the 25th November, 1881, and died on the 26th of April, 1892, while a student of the Hare School, on the following conditions: 1. That a medal bearing the inscription " Jatindrachandra Vedal awarded

on one side and the University Arms on the other be awarded to tbe candidate who stands first at the Entrance Examination.

2. That the prize be called the “Jatindrachandra prize,” consisting of usefal books, to be selected by the candidate who wins it, and that it be awarded to the student of the Hare School who passes the Entrance Exami. pation most creditably.

3. That the names of the Medallists and the prizemen be published in the Calendar.

MEDALLISTS. 1892 Dag, Saradapraganna

Chittagong Collegiate School. 1893 Chattopadhyay, Pramathanath Albert Collegiate School.

Hinda School. 1894 Ghoshal

Noakhali Zila School.

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• Rupees 800 have been invested in 4 (reduced to 3) per cent. Government Securities.

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On the 12th Augast, 1892, the Principal of the Medical College, Calcutta, made over to the Uuiversity the sum of Rs. 1,250 handed over to him by Babu Kailas Chandra Bose, a Fellow of the University, on behalf of a young Marwari gentleman, for the purpose of instituting a gold medal to perpetrating the name of Dr. K. McLeod in connection with the University, on the follow. iug conditions:1. That the medal should bear the words “McLeod 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 Con. vocation for conferring degrees to the successful student who obtains the highest number of marks in Surgery at the Second M.B. Examination.

3. That the names of the Medallists be published in the University Calendar.

MEDALLISTS. 1892 Das, Kedarnath

Medical College 1893 Bhattacharyya, Sureschandra

Ditto. 1894 De, Satischandra

Ditto. 1895 Sen, Satyendranath

Ditto. 1896 Barat, Syamulal

Ditto. 1897 Basu, Kartikchandra

Ditto. 1898 Dotti Ambikacharan

Ditto. 1899 Brahmachari, Upendranath

Ditto. 1900 Mukhopadhyay, Girindranath

Ditto. 1901 Maitra, Dwijendranath

Ditto.

1902 Mitra, Ganendranath
1903 Pasupati
1904 Pan, Nanilal
1905 John, D.

Medical College.

Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.

BISHNOPRIYA DEVI PRIZE. On the 29th September, 1892, Rai Gunabhiram Baruya, Bahadur, a Fellow of the University, forwarded to the Registrar a Government Promissory Note for Rs. 300 for the purpose of instituting an annual prize of books, to be called the “ Bishnapriya Devi Prize,” in memory of his deceased wife, on condition that the same be awarded to the best successful B.A. candidate from Assam. The donation was thankfully accepted by the Syndicate at their meeting held on the 19th November, 1892.

PRIZEMEN.

1892 Baraya, Ramakanta 1893 Sarma, Dwarkeswar 1894

Lakhegwar 1895 Phnkan, Radhanath

1896 Rajkhowa, Benndhar
1867 Sarma, Lakshminath
1898 Bhattacharyya, Andadacharan
1899 Das, Bharatchandra
1900 Baruya, Bhubanchandra
1901 Gogai, Kanakchandra
1902 Medhi, Kaliram
1903 Das, Kohiram
1904 Bharati, Debendranath
1905 Barnya, Iswarprasad

General Assembly's Institution.

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

Duff College.
Ripon College.
Presidency College.
Victoria College, Cooch Behar.
City College.
Metropolitan Institution.
Victoria College, Cooch Behar.
City College.
Victoria College, Cooch Behar.

Ditto.
Presidency College.

VIDYASAGAR MEDAL. On the 14th December, 1892, the Honorary Secretary to the Vidyaságar Memorial Fund m: de over to the University the som of Rs 560 for the por. pose of annually awarding a silver medal, to be called “Vidyaságar Medal,” to & student of the Presidency College who stands first in Sanskrit at the B.A. Honour Examination, and who does not obtain any other medal in the same $mbject.

The donation was thankfully accepted by the Syndicate at their meeting held on the 14th Jannary, 1893.

MEDALLISTA. 1893 Bhattacharyya, Kokileswar Presidency College. 1894 Sen, Sasankamohan

Ditto, 1895 Bhattacharyya, Krishnachandra ... Ditto. 1897 Chattonndhyay, Akhilchandra

Ditto. 1898 Ghoshal, Prasannakamar

Ditto 1899 Chattapadhyay, Kshirodbihari

Ditto. 1900 Das, Raghunath

Ditto. 1901 Chakrabarti, Nilmani

Ditto. 1902 Tanasinha Manipuri

Ditto. 1903 Chattopadhyay, Asntosh

Ditto.

SIBLEY SCHOLARSHIP.

The late Mr. George Sibley, formerly a fellow of the University, beqaeathed all his shares in the Ghoosery Cotton Mills Company, “ Limited, ” to the Senate of the University apon trust to found Scholarships of the value of Rs. 50 per mensem for graduates of the University in Civil Engineering, with power to divert from time to time any portion of the income not exceeding an equal moiety in any other way, which may, in the opinion of the Senate, be better calculated to further the study of Engineering Science among the natives of India.” At the time of his death Mr. Sibley owned 225 shares in the abovenamed Company, their nominal value being Rs. 200 each. Of these, 25 shares had to be sold to meet the claim of the Inland Revenue aathorities in England demanding a legacy duty of 10 per cent. of the value of the shares and of the amount of any dividends received or accrued since the testator's death, and to pay the Attorney's bill of costs. The remaining 200 shares, together with dividend warrants for Rs. 800, were made over to the Secretary and Treasurer, Bank of Bengal, with instruction to sell the shares at their market value, and to in. vest the sale proceeds and the amount of dividends in the 4 (reduced to 31) per cent. loan of 1865. The Faculty of Engineering, at their meeting held on the 22nd March, 1893, recommended to the Syndicate that ont of the interest of the above endowment, one Scholarship (to be called the Sibley Scholarship) of Rs. 30 a month tenable for two years, be awarded annually (1! to any B E. at the end of his practical course who attends and works regularly in an electrical laboratory or in an electrical workshop; or (2) to any B.E who is bona.fi de working in a mine. The selection of the scholars to be according to their standing in the B.E. Examination, and each scholar to be required to submit to the Registrar a certificate of good conduct at the end of eacb month. The Scholarship to be forfeited if the conditions on which it is granted cease to be observed.

The recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering was adopted by the Syndicate at their meeting held on the 8th April, 1893.

BIHARILAL BOSE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. The late Babu Beharilal Bose, Vakil of the Calcatta High Court, bequeathed by his Will to the University a sam of Rs. 3,000 in 3} per cent. Government Promissory Noies (reduced to 3 per cent ) in order to found a Scholarship of Rs. 3-8 a month, tenable for two years, to be called the “ Biharilal Bose Memorial Scholarship,” to be awarded to the boy who passes the Entrance Examination from the Konnagar English School, but fails to obtain a Government Scholarship. This Scholarship to be awarded to the boy in order of merit.

The Syndicate at their meeting held on the 11th July, 1896, thankfully accepted the donation.

BANKIMCHANDRA MEDALS.

On the 20th April, 1897, the Honorary Secretary, Bankimchandra Memorial Committee, made over to the University the sum of Rs. 4,277-9.6 (invested in 34 per cent. Government Promissory Notes for Rs. 4,000) in order to found & gold medal, to be awarded annually for the best Bengali ('omposition at the B.A. Examination ; and a silver (or if circumstances should allow) a gold medal for the best Bengali Composition at the F.A. Examination, to be

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