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Shidhaye, Shridhar Vasudev 279 Kulkarni, Hanmant Bhimaji

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Patel, Naranbhai Manorbhai 284 Raje, Gopal Raghunath

Sahasrabudhe, Ganesh Ramchandra 287

Cama, Nadirshaw Dhunjibhoy

Belani, Vishindas Tekchand 288

Dalal, Mohanlal Kahandas 290 Wagle, Shrinivas Shivarao 291 Kikla, Goverdhandas Assanmal 292 Keswani, Showkatrai Jodharam

Patvardhan, Vithal Sadashiv

Virkar, Vishnu Ganesh 295 Lalvani, Jhuromal Lokumal 296 Gadagkar, Narsinh Bhimrao

Engineer, Mangaldas Rangildas 297 Shidhaye, Vaman Laxman

Shukla, Revasbankar Kashishankar 300

Abhyankar, Ganesh Kashinath

Ramayane, Keshav Ramchandra 302 Parnlekar, Dattatraya Govind 303

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Joshi, Bapuji Ganesh 304 Kulkarni, Madhav Rajaram

Shah, Madhavlal Goverdhandas 307 Kumbhakonam, Shankar Parashuram 308 Modak, Ganesh Vishnu ..

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VI.

Becognition.

RECOGNIZED UNIVERSITIES.

The Universities of Great Britain and Ireland, and of India, in all the Faculties in which Degrees are granted by them respectively.

RECOGNITION OF BOMBAY UNIVERSITY BY OXFORD

AND CAMBRIDGE. The Bombay University has been admitted by the University of Oxford to the privileges * of a Colonial University, under the provisions of Stat, Tit. II, Sect. VII. “On Colonial and Indian Universities.”

The University of Cambridge also has passed the following resolutions relating to the affiliation of the University of Bombay :

1. That the University of Bombay be adopted as an Institution affiliated to the University of Cambridge ;

2. That any matriculated student of the University of Bombay be entitled to be admitted to the privileges of Affiliation + who has (i) in

The following is an extract from the Oxford University Calendar for 1901, p. 83, relating to these privileges :

When a University has been thus admitted, any person who has pursued during two full years the course of study prescribed by such University, and has passed all the examinations connected therewith, may, subject to his passing certain examinations in this University, be matriculated here, and may reckon the Term in which he matriculates as the fifth Term from his matriculation, thus shortening the period of necessary academical residence by one ear.

For particulars as to the examinations to be passed by such a person before {matriculating, and as to the conditions on which, baving matriculated, he may be admitted to the remaining examinations, and also as to special conditions affecting Indian students, reference must be made to the Statute 'on Colonial and Indian Universities' in the volume entitled Statuta Universitatis Oxoniensis, published annually at the Clarendon Press, + The following regulations relate to these privileges :

General Regulations for affiliated Institutions. 1. Any student of an Affiliated Institution, who shall have continued a member of it for such length of time, not less than two years, and shall have attended such lectures, and passed such examinations, as may be required from time to time by Grace of the Senate, Shall, if adınitted as a member of the University, be entitled to either or both of the follow: ing privileges : (1) to be excused all the parts of the Previous Examination (including the additional subjects); (2) to be allowed, for the purposes of any provision respecting the standing of members of the University, to reckon the first term kept by residence as the fourth term of his residence, and, provided he obtains a degree, by one of the Tripos Examina tions, to proceed in due course to the B.A. or LL.B. degree.

2. In the case of any student claiming to be admitted to the privileges of Affiliation, a certificate of having fulfilled the prescribed conditions, signed by the Registrar or other competent authority of the Affiliated Institution, shall be presented for registration to the Registrary in the student's first term of residence, and a fee of £2 shall be paid at the same time to the Registrary for the University Chest.

3. Certificates of having fulfilled the prescribed conditions, if not presented in a student's first term of residence, shall not be accepted for registration without the express permission of the Council of the Senate.

4. Students claiming to be admitted to the privileges of Affiliation shall be requirert (1) to have fulfilled all the prescribed conditions before matriculation, (2) to matriculate and to pay the usual fee of £5,

accordance with the regulations of that University studied for not less than two years at one or more Colleges or Institutions for the education of adult students recognized in Arts ; (2) passed the Matriculation and Previous Examinations, and also passed in the first class in the Intermediate Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts or in the first or second class in the Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts of that University ; provided that in one of these Examinations or in some other Examination held by that University he has satisfied the Examiners in Greek, Latin, Sanskrit, Arabic or Persian.

REGULATIONS FOR THE RECOGNITION OF INSTITU

TIONS IN THE DIFFERENT FACULTIES.

Any College or other Institution desirous of being affiliated in any Faculty must forward to the Registrar with its application the following documents, signed in each case by the responsible authority, and countersigned by two members of the Senate :(a) A statement containing full information regarding the constitution

of the Managing Body and the names of its members. (6) A statement regarding the standard up to which it is desired that the

College or Institution should be affiliated. (c) A statement shoring the provision made for the instruction of the

students up to the same standard. (d) A statement showing the scale of fees to be charged. (e) A statement showing the building accomm

mmodation provided or proposed to be provided and sanitary arrangements. (f) A statement sufficient to enable the Syndicate to judge of the financial

stability of the College or Institution. 2. By the term “Responsible Authority” is to be understood the Managing Board in the case of Colloges or Institutions under such a Board, and the Director of Public Instruction in the case of Government Colleges or Institutions.

3. Such application, if found to be in order, shall be considered by the Syndicate, and on the recommendation of the Syndicate, by the Senate who may resolve that such Institution shall be affiliated. Such affiliation shall, in cases in which authorization by the Governor in Council under Section XII of the Act of Incorporation is necessary, take effect from such date as shall be mentioned in the notification of Government publishing such autho. rization.

4. The Senate may, on the recommendation of the Syndicate, at any time withdraw the privilege of affiliation from any College or Institution. Such withdrawal shall

, in the cases above mentioned, take effect when the withdrawal of authorization under Section XII of the Act of Incorporation by the Governor in Council shall be notified.

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COLLEGES AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTIONS RECOGNIZED

IN THE DIFFERENT FACULTIES AND AUTHORISED BY
GOVERNMENT UNDER SECTION XII OF THE ACT OF
INCORPORATION.
I.-Elphinstone College, Bombay
II.-Deccan College, Poona

In Arts.
III.-Wilson College, Bombay
IV.-St. Xavier's College, Bombay
V.-Gujarat College, Ahmedabad.-In Arts for the purposes of the

Examinations for the B.A. Degree.
VI.—Rajaram College, Kolhapur.-In Arts for the purposes of the

Previous and Intermediate Arts Examinations.
VII.-Baroda College.-In Arts ; and in Civil Engineering for the

purposes of the Examinations for the Degree of Licentiate of

Agriculture. VIII.-Fergusson College, Poona.-In Arts. IX.-Samaldas College, Bhavnagar.-In Arts for the purposes of the

Examinations for the B.A. Degree. X.-Dayaram Jethmal Sind College, Karachi.-In Arts. XI.-Bahauddin College, Junagadh. - In Arts. XII.-Government Law School, Bombay.-In Law. XIII.-Government Law Class, Poona.- In Law for the purposes of the

First LL.B. Examination.
XIV.-Gujarat Law Class.-In Law for the purposes of the First LL.B.

Examination.
XV.-Sind Law Class.-In Law for the purposes of the First LL.B.

Examination up to the end of 1902.
XVI. -Baroda Law Class.-In Law for the purposes of the First LL.B.

Examination. XVII.-Bhavnagar Law Class.-In Law for the purposes of the First

LL.B. Examination up to the end of 1905. XVIII.-Junagadh Law Class. — In Law for the purposes of the First

LL.B. Examination. XIX.-Grant Medical College, Bombay.- In Medicine ; and in Arts

for the purposes of the B.Sc. Examination. XX.- College of Science, Poona.- In Civil Engineering ; and in Arts

for the purposes of the Examinations for the B.Sc. Degree.

I.-ELPHINSTONE COLLEGE.

(RECOGNIZED 1860.) Elphinstone College arose by a separation, in the year 1856, of the professorial element from the “ Elphinstone Institution,” which hence forth became a High School.

The Elphinstone Institution had its origin in a meeting of the Bombay Native Education Society on the 22nd August 1827, to consider the most appropriate method of testifying the affectionate and respectful sentiments of the inhabitants of Bombay to the Honourable Mountstuart Elphinstone, on his resignation of the Government of Bombay. The result of this meeting was that a sum of money, amounting to Rs. 2,29,656, was collected by public subscription, towards the endowment of Professorships for teaching the English Language, and the Arts, Sciences, and Literature of Europe to be denominated the Elphinstone Professorships. This sum afterwards accumulated to Rs: 4,43,901, and the interest of it is augmented by an annual subscription from Government of Rs. 22,000.

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In 1863, Cowasji Jehanghier Readymoney, Esq., Justice of the Peace, Bombay, presented Government with one hundred thousand Rupees towards erecting suitable College Buildings for Elphinstone College, to be called the "Cowasji Jehanghier Buildings."

In 1864, on account of the rise in the prices of building materials and labour, Mr. Cowasji Jehanghier Readymoney added a second suh of one hundred thousand Rupees to his former munificent donation. Elphinstone College was removed on the 20th of February 1871 to the building on the Parel Road. In April 1888 the College was removed to a building on the Esplanade near the Secretariat, and in May 1889 the plot of land on the south side of the building was assigned to the College for a recreation ground.

The property and endowments of Elphinstone College are under the guardianship of the Trustees of the Elphinstone Funds. Present Trustees are the Honourable Mr. Justice N. G. Chandavarkar, B.A., LL.B., and the Accountant General.

The following endowments are connected with Elphinstone College :-

The West Scholarship Fund, subscribed in 1828, in honour of Chief Justice Sir Edward West.

The Clare Scholarship Fund, subscribed in 1835, in honour of the Earl of Clare, Governor of Bombay.

The Gaikavad Scholarship Fund, established by His Highness the Gaika vad in 1850.

The Bell Prize Fund, subscribed in 1818, as a testimonial to Professor John Bell of the Elphinstone Institution and producing an annual prize of Rs. 60, awarded for excellence in Natural Science,

The Sundarji Jivaji Prize Fund, established in 1842 by Babaji Sundarji in memory of his father and producing an annual prize of Rs. 60, awarded for excellence in Sanskrit.

The Raja of Dhar Prize Fund, given by the Raja of Dhar in 1853 and producing an annual prize of Rs. 40, awarded for excellence in English.

The Ganpatrao Vithal Prize Fund, given in 1854 by Ganpatrao Vithal of Indore and producing an annual prize of Rs. 60, awarded for the best English essay.

The Nawab of Sachin Prize Fund, given in April 1871 by His Highness the Nawah of Sachin in memory of his fourth son, Sidi Abdul Karim Khan, and producing an annual prize of Rs. 60, awarded for excellence in Mathematics.

The Mountstuart Elphinstone Prize, founded in 1874. This prize consists of Rs. 281), and is annually awarded to the student who passes the Previous Examination with the highest aggregate number of marks, and who is certified to be on the rolls of the College.

The Gokhale Prize, founded in 1835 by the students of Elphin. stone College and others in memory of the late Mahadev Vishnu Gokhale. The prize consists of Rs. 35 (the interest of Rs. 1,000 in Government Securities), and is annually awarded to the student who passes the Intermediate Examination with the highest aggregate number of marks,

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