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Dacca College.

NINTH YEAR.

Local Committee on the 30th September 1851. 1. R. H. MYTTON, Esq., C. S.......

Commissioner of Revenue. 2. C. T. DAVIDSON, Esq., C. S.,

Judge. 3. C. TOTTENHAM, Esq., C. S.,

Collector. 4. R. HAMPTON, Esq., C. S.,.

Abkarree Commissioner. 6. R. ABERCROMBIE, ESQ., C. S.,...... Magistrate. 6. DR. GREEN,

Civil Surgeon. 7. SYUD ABBAS ALI KHAN BAHADOOR,.... Principal Sudder Ameen. 8. REVD. H. R. SHEPHERD,

Chaplain. 9. J. P. WISE, Esq. 10. J.C. SARKIES, Esq. 11. N. P. POGOSE, Esq. 12. KHAJEH ALIM OOLLA,

Zemindar. 13. BABU RAJ Monux Roy,

Zemindar. 14. MIRZA GOLAM PEER,...

Zemindar. 15. BABU MITRAJEET SING,

Zemindar.
* Nos. 1 to 7 inclusive are ex-officio Members.

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Babu Bonomally Doss,
Babu Mony Mohun Chund,

Librarian,
Writer,

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15th Aug. 1846.
15th Aug. 1846.

Eleven Servants.

Babu Prosono Koomar Surbadhicarry having resigned his

office of third master of the junior school Changes in the Establishment.

department at the commencement of the

session, Babu Ram Sunkur Sein, the most distinguished student of the Dacca College, and the third on the general list of the best students of all the Colleges of Bengal for last year, was appointed by the Council of Education to succeed him, on the strong recommendation of the Principal. Mr. J. Lefevre, the eighth master of the same department, having also resigned, Babu Muddun Mohun Bysak took his place; and Babu Bharrut Chunder Mitter accepted the office of supernumerary master, vacated by the latter about the middle of the session.

Local Receipts and Disbursements.

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Separate Fund

Fees.
Assignment from
Parliamentary

Grant.

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This statement shews an increase, during the session, of fifty-six pupils, several of whom joined the College from private schools at Pubna, Noakollee, Burisaul, Sylhet, Bauleah, Furreedpore, Mymensing, Mr. Pogose's school at Dacca, and from other parts; illustrating the re-action upon the College of its influence on the private schools in its neighbourhood, of which a brief account is given at the end of this report. Statement, exhibiting the number of Students studying different

languages in the Dacca College, on the 30th September 1851.

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English and Bengali are the only languages taught in the College. The great existing demand in this district is for English, though schools in which Bengali alone is orally taught, are pretty numerous. Indeed, a knowledge of reading and writing in Bengali

, with a little arithmetic, is very general in this direction; but the study of Sanscrit, of Arabic and Persian, and Urdu would seem to be almost discontinued. The amount realized during the session, by the collection

of fees paid by pupils for instruction, is rupees four Fees.

thousand, six hundred and eighteen.

The following is a Statement of the Annual Collections of Fees,

and the number of Pupils paying them, since 1846.

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Statement, exhibiting the number of Scholarshipholders and Pay

and Free Pupils of the Dacca College, on the 30th of Sept. 1851

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All the scholarships of the College, both senior and junior, are, therefore, taken up, and occupied. Of those holding junior scholarships, four were proved at the last examinations, qualified for senior scholarships, to which they would have been promoted had a sufficient number been available.

Cost of educating each Pupil.
Number of Pupils
on the Rolls, 30th
September 1851.

Total Expenditure of the Cost of Educating each
College, (less the amount Pupil for the whole
of Fees) for 1851.

of 1851.

Hindus.

Christians.
Moohum-

mudans.

Total.

Rs. 28623

As. P.
3 2

323 31

29 383

74 11 2 or about 6 rupees, 21

annas monthly.

The amount in 1850 was increased by three extraordinary fees, of one hundred rupees each, for the whole session, from wealthy ex-students who attended only particular lectures, which were not realized this session; so that the excess of this year over last year's collections is not two hundred and nine rupees, as would appear from the above, but five hundred and nine rupees, virtually.

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Names of Students who have left the College or obtained employment during the Session.

i Ram Sunker Sein, First College Class, English Master, Dac

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Eighty,.. ca College,

cation,

Sr. Scholar 4th year.
2 Oma Churn Banerjea, .. Ditto,

Ditto, Mymensing

R. Cairnes Raikes,

Fifty,
School,

Esq., C. S.,

Sr. Scholar 3rd year.
3 Krishna Chunder Dutt, Ditto,

Darogah, Howrah, .. Fifty, R. Jenkins, Esq. C.S., Sr. Scholar 2nd year.
4 Kaly Chunder Bhya, Second College Class, Offg. Darogah,Nattore,

Babu Kishory Chund
Mitter,

Sr. Scholar.
Surba-
To enter the Medical

Medical College, Cal-
cutta,

Jr. Free Scholar.
dhicary,

College,

Ditto,

Jr. Scholar 2nd year. 6 Juggo Bundoo Bose,

Ditto Ditto,

Unknown, J. P. Wise, Esq., Ditto Ditto. 7 J. DeCosta,

Ditto,

Writer,
Ditto,

Ditto,

Ditto Ditto.
8 J. Pereira,

Teacher,

Dr. Olliffe,

Ditto,
9 Bharut Chunder Mitter, Ditto,

Twenty,
Dacca College,

Ditto
10 Muddun Govind Doss, First Senior School, Mohurir, Sylhet,

Fifteen,

W. B. Buckle Esq.,C.s., Jr. Scholar 1st year.
11 Gooroo Churn Doss, Ditto,

Ditto,
Ditto, Ditto,

Ditto.
12 Moteelaul Kowar,

To enter Hooghly

College. 13 Kally Koomar Gooho, Ditto,

To enter Sylhet School. 14 Grish Chunder Mitter,.. Second Ditto,

. Writer,

Twenty, Messrs. Foley & Co.
15 Koilas Chunder Dustada, Fourth College Class, Nazir, Judge's Court Fifteen, A. Sconce, Esq. C. S., Jr. Scholar.
16

Chittagong,
Six Boys from the Second Senior School
to Department.
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Four Boys from the First Class Junior School

Department. 25

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