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Local Receipts and Disbursements.
RESOURCES OF ANNUAL INCOME.
Establishment and Expences as
fixed by Government dated
20 0 0 14th Feb. 1851.
264 6 0 Establishment, 3023 1 6
Contingencies, 51 9 9
83 8 0 2000 Scholarships,... 193 0 0 96 0 0
3350 33 6 0 0
The following is the report of the Local Committee: " The following changes have taken place in the establishment of this school during the past session. Babus Pearymohun Mookerjea and Sreenath Dutt, the third and fourth teachers, were promoted to the second and third places respectively; the appointment of fourth master being filled up by Juddonath Auddy.
" There are five classes in the school, the fifth being divided into two sections; the total number of scholars on the rolls is 129, showing an increase of 19 beyond last year; the average amount of schooling fees has also increased from rupees 122-5 to rupees 140-}.
" The general examination was held on the 16th September, and was attended by the Revd. G. Wiedemann, Dr. E. Roer and the Secretary.
“ As the majority of the first class were candidates (viz. 12) for junior scholarships there was no examination of this class. " The second class was examined by myself, it contained 17 boys, of Second Class.
whom 16 were present; their ages Names of those recommended for Cer- ranged from 14 to 17 years,--they tificates of Honor.
passed a creditable examination in 1. Khetterchunder Bhuttacharjee.
all subjects of study in the class, with 2. Bholanath Banerjee.
the exception of geography. 3. Ashootosh Banerjee.
“ The names of those who distin4. Busontocoomar Mookerjee. guished themselves and to whom 5. Bycantnath Mookerjee.
certificates of honor were adjudged 6. Bhoobunchunder Lahoory.
appear in the margin. “ The third class was examined by Dr. Roer ; the age of the boys was Third Class.
from 12 to 15 years; the number Names of those recommended for prizes. 23 were present ;-the examiner
borne on the rolls was 25, of whom 1. Ramgopaul Dutt.
remarks that 'a great improvement 2. Luckenarain Doss. 3. Nobokisto Roy Chowdry.
in Vernacular has taken place 4. Madubchunder Chatterjee. • since last year.' In geography and 5. Issenchunder Coondoo.
arithmetic generally, and in History 6. Jogeshur Banerjee.
of Greece specially, the class passed 7. Greeschunder Bose.
a good examination; the 7 boys whose names appear in the margin are recommended for prizes. “ The fourth class was examined by the head master, Babu Bhoodeb Fourth Class.
Mookerjea, in the subjects studied Average age 13 years.
in the class. He reports that the 1. Woomachurn Chuckerbuttee. students passed a very satisfactory 2. Sarodaprosad Bannerjee.
examination, their attainments being 3. Shaik Rohomabun. 4. Shaik Noorail Islam.
generally on a par with one another. 5. Joykissen Gangooly.
" For average age of the class 6. Shaik Abdul Ghumn.
and the names of those recommend7. Nufferchunder Ghoor.
ed for prizes, vide margin. “ The fifth class was examined by Babu Pearymohun Mookerjea, the Fifth Class.
second teacher, who reports that the Average age 10 years.
students passed a creditable exa1. Poornochunder Banerjee.
mination in every branch of their 2. Woomeschunder Doss.
studies. They were examined in the 3. Woomeschunder Dutt.
course of study gone through in the 4. Banymadub Bose.
year ; the average age of the boys 5. Shamachurn Chowdree,
and the names of those recommended for prizes appear in the margin.
“ The sixth, or what may properly Sixth Class.
be called the second division of the Average age 10 years.
fifth, class, was examined by the 1. Modoosudun Hazra.
Revd. G. Wiedemann. He reports 2. Seboocolly Doss. 3. Nobocoomar Banerjee.
that the boys showed the average 4. Khetterchunder Doss.
attainments of lads of their
In 5. Collycoomar Deb Sormono.
vernacular their progress was very 6. Gooroochurn Deb Sormono. imperfect. For average age of the 7. Soorendronath Mullick.
class, and the names of distinguished
pupils, see margin. “ The school furniture and library are in good order, about 48 volumes having been added to the latter,—the buildings also are in habitable condition, requiring some slight repairs."
Babu Joykisson Mookerjea's talook realizing Co.'s Rs. twelve hundred per annum.
4070 4 0 Total, Co.'s Rs.,
4070 4 0
NOTE.—There is a deduction made from the head master's salary of Co.'s Rs. 300, three hundred, per annum, on account of house rent.
The following is the report submitted by the Local Committee:
“ The only change which has taken place in the establishment of this school during the past year is the temporary appointment of the fourth assistant teacher, Koonjo Behary Chuckerbutty, in the room of the third assistant, Obhoy Churn Banerjea, who is absent on sick leave. Callydoss Ghose has been employed as acting master of the fifth class.
“ The total number of scholars on the rolls is 177.
“At the close of the session two prizes, one of sixty and the other of thirty-two rupees, were offered by Babus Joykissen Mookerjea and Gopeekissen Gosuyn to be awarded at the next distribution of prizes in such manner as the Committee may determine on.
“ The school examination was held on the 26th September, and was attended by G. F. Cockburn, Esq., the Reverend J. Long. Drs. A. C. Macrae, E. Roer, Babu Joykissen Mookerjea and the Secretary.
“ Most of the first class students (viz. 13) having competed for junior scholarships, it was deemed unnecessary to examine them again. “ The second class was examined by Mr. Cockburn. He reports Second Class.
as follows— The boys read well,
seemed to understand perfectly Average age 14 years.
what they read, and satisfactorily Names of those recommended for explained the meaning of the difCertificates of Honor.
ferent passages in which they were 1. Rasbehary Banerjee.
examined.' In mathematics the 2. Cantichunder Bhadoory.
examiner; Dr. Roer, reports that the 3. Callyprosad Mitter.
boys answered correctly. In Ben4. Bonomally Roy.
gali the class also passed a good 5. Dwarkinath Chatterjee.
examination ; Mr. Long the exa6. Mohendronath Hajra.
miner remarking, that. their anIn Bengali.
'swers reflected much credit on the 1. Bonomally Roy.
pundit, and that they were gene2. Rasbehary Banerjee. 3. Augher Chunder Gangooly.
‘rally uniform, showing that atten
tion had been paid to all.' Generally the present condition of this class exhibits a favorable contrast to the inefficiency complained of in last year's report, and reflects credit upon the second teacher, Nobin Chunder Bose.
“ The average age of the class and the names of those to whom certificates of honor have been adjudged, appear in the margin. “ The third class was examined by Dr. Macrae in the subjects studied Third Class.
by the pupils He reports as fol
lows, On the whole the boys Average age 12 years.
' have acquitted themselves well, English Prizes.
. but they trust too much to mere 1. Rajendrochunder Roy.
memory of the sequence of words 2. Khetterprosad Mookerjee. ‘in History and Geography; so much 3. Tarucknath Banerjee.
'so, that the examination becomes 4. Jodoonath Roy.
'a mere test of their powers of 5. Gopaulchunder Deb. 6. Gopalchunder Roy.
memory. The pundit who exaIn Bengali.
mined this class in Bengali reports
favorably on their proficiency. The 1. Rajenderchunder Roy.
names of those who are recom2. Khetterprosad Mookerjee.
mended for prizes and the average age of the class appear in the margin.