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The following is the report of the Local Committee: " In April last, Babu Mohesh Chunder Banerjea, third master, by the

removal of Mr. Gregory to the Hooghly College, was proChanges.

moted to the second mastership, and his place filled up by Babu Saroda Persad Roy, a student of the Kishnagbur College. No other changes occurred this year. The Rani Taaramoni still continues to pay the annual donation of rupees 100 for a Government scholarship, tenable

the Donations.

Kishnaghur College. Subjoined is a list of donations for prizes to be distributed amongst boys who have distinguished themselves at the examinations :

Rs.
R. Hampton, Esq.,

25
C. Chapman, Esq.,

20 F. Beaufort, Esq.

20 Babu Upandra Chandra Nyaratna,

12 Peary Mohun Banerjea,

8 Umesh Chunder Bose, ...

10 Anand Mohun Majmudar,

5 Ishan Chunder Bose,

5 Shama Churn Mukherjea,...

3 Mathura Nath Chattarjea,

1 Kaly Persad Sen,

2 Pran Nath Sirkar,...

2 Gour Churn Mittra,

1 Srinath Dass,...

1 Moonshy Gyrut Oolla,

2 Nadir Hoosen, Vakeel,

2 Azeez Rahaman, Vakeel,

1 Total, Rupees,...

120 Abstract of the results

“ The annual examinations of the classes of the Annual Examina- commenced on the 8th and was continued

to the 13th September. “ The first class, is divided into two sections. The first section containFirst Class. ing four boys were candidates for the junior scholarships.

The second section was examined chiefly by written questions, proposed by the head master, Mr. Smith, and approved of by the Local Committee, who superintended the examination. The

ages

of this section, consisting of ten boys, are from thirteen to fifteen. The answers of three, were bad, four, middling, and three decidedly good. Should certificates of proficiency be awarded, these three are deserving of them, and they would prefer them to book prizes. They are placed thus in the order of merit1. Durga Bar Mittra.

| 2. Ubhoy Churn Bagchy.

3. Kali Prasanno Roy. Babu Upendra Chunder Nyaratna examined this section in Bengali, and considered

1. Ubhoy Churn Bagchy. | 2. Shamanand Sen, deserving of prizes.

tions,

“The second class consists of twenty boys, out of which four were Second Class. absent on sick leave. Their respective ages are from

eleven to fifteen. Mr. Chapman examined this class, assisted by the head master. In history, geography and arithmetic, nine boys passed a very satisfactory examination; Mr. Chapman was sorry to observe that several failed in grammar. It is to be hoped that, by increased exertion on the part of the master, a better result will be exhibited on the next examination in this subject, as well as in the explanations of prose and poetry, which also were not good. The following boys, however, are deserving of prizes : 1. Tara Bar Mittra.

4. Indro Bhushan Bose. 2. Umesh Chunder Sen.

5. Anand Lall Sen. 3. Ashutosh Roy.

6. Kishub Lall Bose. "Babu Upander Chunder Nyaratna considers this class to have acquitted itself very well in Bengali, and recommends as deserving of prizes 1. Anand Lall Sen,

| 2. Ashutosh Roy, the former having obtained the full number of marks in all subjects.

" The third class, in which there are thirty boys, from eight to sixteen Third Class.

years

of age, (seven boys being absent on plea of sick

ness) was examined by Mr. Hampton, assisted by the head master. Mr. Hampton forwarded the following report

“Some of the boys read tolerably well, but their parsing and explanation of their reading were indifferent. Their knowledge of geography was middling, and of arithmetic decidedly good: one boy worked correctly ' and readily all the six sums that were given, and several of the boys did 'five and four sums out of the six.' The prize students are 1. Anand Lall Sen.

3. Sustie Cumar Ganguly. 2. Basant Cumar Mitter.

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4. Tarak Candra Sen.

5. Hari Mohan Roy. “ Babu Upender Nyaratna, who examined this class in Bengali, was satisfied generally with the progress of the boys. Sufficient time is evidently devoted by them to the study of Bengali, and the result has been good. The examiner has adjudged

1. Sustie Cumar Ganguly, | 2. Anand Lall Sen, a prize each, they having obtained the full number of marks in all subjects. “ The fourth class, section A, contains twenty-four boys, whose ages

range

from 6 to 11. Seven were absent, sick. It was Pourth Class, examined by Mr. Beaufort, in the absence of Dr. Palmer, Section A.

who was prevented, by severe illness, from examining this class as he had offered to do. From the tabular statement forwarded by Mr. Beaufort, it appears that, with a few exceptions, the whole class passed a fair examination, considering the tender ages of the boys 1. Bholanath Sing.

4. Juggeshar Roy.
2. Dwarkanath Ghose. 5. Kunj Behary Shaha.

6. Rajnikant Bukshy, have been considered entitled to prizes. Upender Chunder Nyaratna considers this a very promising class in the Bengali department. Out of seventeen boys who were able to attend the examination, two gained full

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marks in reading and spelling, some four-fifths of the aggregate marks, some more than one-half and a few less than half. This reflects great credit on the pundit Nilmoni Nyaratna for his pains in teaching this class so successively

1. Bholanath Sing, 1 2. Rajnikant Bukshy, the two best boys, are deserving of prizes in this department. “The fourth class, section B, contains nineteen boys, from six to ten

years of age, twelve were absent from sickness, seven Fourth Class, only were present on the day of the examination, which Section B.

was undertaken by Mr. Beaufort, and scarcely any were present on the day fixed for their examination in Bengali. No statement was therefore forwarded by Babu Upender Chunder Nyaratna, the examiner of the Bengali department. Two boys

1. Tarni Churn Mitter, | 2. Rajinder Mohun Bose, passed a fair examination in English, in reading, spelling and arithmetic, and are deserving of prizes. A few books were added to the library this session ; all are in good

condition, with some exceptions, owing to the humidity of Library.

the atmosphere. Buildings. “ The buildings require a few repairs. “ The Local Committee have every cause to be satisfied with the gene

ral management of the school, and of the efficiency of the Conclusion,

head master, Mr. Smith, who has evidently taken great pains with the boys under his immediate charge : some of them in the second section of the first class, appear to have improved much during this year.”

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The following brief report was forwarded by the Local Committee through their Secretary:

“ The late head master, Mr. Mason, died on the 30th of March last, and Babu Ramtonoo Lahoree was appointed in his stead, with whom the Committee have good reason to be well satisfied.

“ Rupees 96 are annually given by Government for the school prizes, an indent for which will be shortly forwarded.

“ The annual examination commenced on the 17th ultimo, and was concluded on the 25th of the same month, the entire Committee taking an active part in the same. The Committee were satisfied with the general progress of the pupils.

“ The library is in a good state, and is carefully looked after by the head master.

“ The school is held in an old barrack belonging to the Government, and is in good repair."

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