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Tyabji, Salman Badrudin. Bilpudivala, Barjorji Hirji

bbai. Darabsett, Darashah Byramji. Darabsett, Nanabhoi Byramji. De Mello, Leonard Francis. Kanga, Kaikobad Bezanji. Karani, Hormusji Phiroz

shah. Adrianvala, Framroz Nasar

vanji. Almeida, Luis Nicholas. Avasia, Ardesir Nasarvanji. Bastodkar, Mangesh Ram

chandra. Batlivala, Ratanji Hormasji. Borges, Cajetan Francis. Bugate, Balvant Babaji. Cooper, Sorabji Manekji. Dastur, Arde sir Dorabji. Darar, Phirozshah Jehangir. Desai, Moreshwar Ganpatrao. Dhurandhar, Sadashiv Krish.

nanath. Doctor, Jehangir Rustamji. Gai, Sorabji Manekji. Hegde, Ramchandra Bal

krishna. Javeri, Thakordas Bhagwan

das. Jayakar, Mothabhai SunderJayawant, Vinayak Atmaram.

Jitekar, Haji Ibrahim. .Joshi, Motilal Manishankar. Kale, Dattatraya Ganesh. Kapadia, Parmanand Gokal

das. Karanjia, Hormasji Dadabhoi. Khadilkar, Parashuram Shri

dhar, Kirloskar, Krishnaji Sakha

ram. Kotkar, Ganpat Janardan. Ladage, Annappa Babaji. Lam, Rustamji Dadabhoi. Mahadevia, Shambhuprsad

Bhagvandas. Mama, Nanabhai Framji. Mazagonvala, Kaikhosrú Bar.

jorji. Mehta, Kaikhosra Ratanji. Mehta, Kesbavlal Bechalral. Mbatre, Pandharinath Pandu

rang Minbativala, Fardunji

Rastamji.

Pagnis, Pandurang Sadashiv. (10) Patel, Manibhai Raojibhai.

Patil, Gajanam Sadashiv.
Punde, Ganpat Dadaji.
Randelia, Hormasji Jehangir.
Rane, Balaram Mothabhai.
Raykar, Sitaram Moheshvar.
Ribeiro, Ernest Richard,

Saraya, Gulabdas Gokaldas.
(9) Shaikh, Mohamed S. Mahmud.

Soares, Anthony Xavier,
Surveyor, Merwanji Framji.
Umrigar, Kuvarji Hormasji.
Abdullatif. Hassan Kamrudin.
Antia, Jamshed Navroji.
Asli, Bera mji Dinshah.
Balsa ra, Shapurji Kolabhai.
Banaji, Rastamji Ardesir.
Basrur, Sheshgiri Manjunath.
Bharucha, Kharshedji Manek.

ji.
Brahmandkar, Sunderrao Kri-

shnarao. (11) Captain, Hormusji Sorabji.

Chbapgar, Kaikhosru Shavak

shah, Chitale, Shankar Ram

chandra.
Choksi, Shavakshab Bomonji.
Commissariatvala, Jebangir

Sorabshah.
Contractor, Sorabji Hormasji.
Dalal, Chhgan Kilabhai,
Dalal, Lallubhai Nagardas.
Dalal, Mohandas Nagardas.
Dani, Ramnarayan Jai

narayen.
Daruvala, Pestonji Aspandiar-

ji.
Dastur, Dinshah Framji.
Dastur, Pestonji Framji.
Davar, Jamshedji Mancherji.
Dave, Ishvarlal Chhotalal.
DeGa, Francis,
Desai, Chhotabbai Jethabhai.
Desai, Jehangir Framji.
Desai, Ramchandra Balkrish-

rav.

na.

DeSilva, George. DeSilva, Leopold Philip.

(9) Kazi Shahabudin Scholar. (10) Ardesir Dhanjishah Lalkaka Scholar and Melvill Memorial Scholar. (11) Dosabhoi Framji Cama Scholar.

(12) DeSouza, Damascene.

De Souza, Francis Joseph.
DeSouza,

Peter Paul.
Dhabar, Rast mji Shapurji.
Dharadhar, Balaji “Ram-

chandra.
Dharadhar, Krishdarao Gaja-

nan,
Dias, Peter Anastasio.
Driver, Framroz Hormusji.
Dubash, Barjorji Shapurji.
Dubash, Dadabhoi Nasar-

wanji.
Dubash, Jehangir Pestonji.
Engineer, Akhrur Ardesir.

Fernandes, Roque. (13) Ferreira, Thomas,

Galvankar, Dinkar Jagan

nath.
Gandhi, Manchharam, Bhu.

khandas.
Gazdar, Rastamji Forabji.
Gobhai, Navroji Manelji.
Godinho, Fenelon.
Gore, Shankar Narayan.
Goregavkar, Gajanan Haris.

chandra.
Idgunji, Mangesh Anant.
Josbi, Gopal Narayan.
Joshi, Parvatishankar Gan-

prasad.
Kamdar, Haridas Kalyanji.
Kanga, Dinshah Manekshah
Katrak, Nasirvanji Jehangir.
Korkhau, Mervauji Hormusji.
Kothare, Jagannath Ganpat-

rao.
Kothare, Anandrao Krishna-

rao. Kothare, Vasudeo Krishna.

rao.
Lauder, Stanislaus.
Lilaunvale, Erachshah

Kuvarji.
Madan, Aderji Sorabji.
Manerikar, Dhondo Ram-

chandra.
Mazagonvala, Rastam Barjor-

ji,
Menezes, Heetor.
Ncrhcant, Trikbamlas Gor.

dhandas.
Modi, Darabshah Ardesir.
Modi, Kaikbosra Phirozshab.
Modi, Nadirshah Dhanjibhoi.
Modi, Nagindas Jekisandas.
Moli, Ratanshah Rastamji.

Modi, Shavakshah Rastamji.
Moramkar, Mahadeo Ram.

krishna,
Mugaseth, Jamshedji Jehan-

gir.
Mullan, Jalejar Phirozshah,
Muzumdar, Nandlal Manek.

lal.
Nagarkar, Bhaskar Raghunath
Nolan, Lionel
Palia, Edalji Kavasji.
Pandya, Manu Chandrawid.
Paranjape, Gopal Krishna.
Faruck, Pestonji Limji.
Satel, Dayabhoi Narandas,
Patel, Lowji Manekji.
Pathare, Krishnarao Ram.

chandra.
} ereira, Reginald.
Pilgaamkar, Ganpatrao Ram.

chandra,
Postmaster, Naushirvan

Dorabji.
Pradhan, Prabhakar Vinayak.
Printer, Dhanjishah Dinshah.
Printer, Framroz Dorabshah.
Robello, Albin.
Rele, Madan Krishnarao.
Rohekar, Jacob Isaac.
Fabavala, Behramji Pestonji.
Sangoram, Krishnaji Gopal.
Sanzgiri, Moiiram Sunderrao.
Sataravala, Dorabshah Nana-

bhoi,
Shah, Ratilal Manilad.
Shidore, Vithal Dattatraya.
Shroff, b'ranıroz Ardcsir.
Shroff, Nanabhoi Monmohan-

das.
Shroff, Vikaji Nasarvanji.

Sidhva, Framji Hirmusji. (14) Eobani, Siddick Mahomed,

Sukthankar, Vishnu Ganga.

dhar.
Sukthankar, Vishnu Sitaram.
Talpade, Balaram Sunderrao.
Thavavala, Nanabhoi Rastom-

ji.
Tilak, Ramchandra Gopal.
Umrigar, Ratanji Palonji.
Vachaghandi, Sorab Bapuji.
Vakil Dinyar Bomanshah.
Vakil, Kaikhosru Ardesir.
Vakil, Kaikobad Sorabji.
Wadia, Kaikhosru Hirji.
Wadia, Maneksbah Hormusji.
Wadia, Sorabji Ratanji.

(12) Cowasji Jehangir Latin Scholar and Lewis Gonsalves Scholar, (13) Cowasji Jehangir Readymoney Portuguese Scholar, (14) Lord Sandhurst Scholar.

V.-GUJARAT COLLEGE.

(RECOGNIZED 1879.) În 1856, a subscription was set on foot for the establishment of a College at Ahmedabad. k sum of Rupees 50,000 was collected, and by a favourable investment and accumulation of interest this amount was afterwards raised to Rupees 70,000. In 1858 the sanction of Government was given to the establishment of a professional School at Ahmedabad (to be called a Colloge if thought desirable) in which English composition, translation, the elements of Jurisprudence (as required by Depaty Magistrates and Police Officers), positive law in its most popular and useful branches, the elements of political economy, the revenue and administrative system of Government in India, drawing as a useful rather than a fine art, surveying, and the inost practically useful applications of natural science (especially agricultural chemistry) might be taught." The object of the College was the special preparation of youths "for Government employment in the Revenue and Judicial lines and in the Public Works Department.”. Government promised a State contribution equal to the annual interest of the Endowment, and with the total sum thus available classes were sanctioned for the instruction of youths in Law and Civil Engineering. But the insuffi. ciency of the income for even a school of this character, and the want of precise and definite objects at which the institution might aim, were from the first apparent, and combined with other causes to prevent the development and growth of the College. The Engineering class was never opened, partly because of the difficulty of obtaining a competent teacher for the salary offered, partly because of the discouraging want of funds and opportunities for practical instruction. In the Law class, on the other hand, it was found that the general education of the pupils was not as high as was required for the effective study of Jurisprudence ; and it was considered that instruction in Literature was necessary to liberalize their minds.

Accordingly in 1863 the salary set apart for the Engineering, lecturer was divided between three teachers in the subjects of (1) Logic, Moral Philosophy and History, (2) Applied Mathematics (Surveying, Mechanics, &c.), (3) Drawing. The two last subjects were intended for boys desirous of preparing for admission to the new Civil Engineering College at Poona. These arrangements continued in force until 1872, when the failure of the Law students to pass the test imposed on candidates for the Pleaders' Examination led to an enquiry which resulted in the closing of the Law class. The other classes were continued for a time until it could be decided how the funds might be applied to a less vague object than that assigned to the College of keeping up a taste for literary pursuits in young men who had matriculated, and of extending the knowledge of those who were unmatriculated.” The leading Native gentlemen of Ahmedabad acquiesced in this condemnation of the old institution, but applied to Government for the establishment at Ahmedabad of an Arts College such as that given to Poona, and at once set themselves to the task of collecting additional subscriptions, which, with the old fund, might form a sufficient endowment to justify compliance with their application. In September, a public meeting was held, and á Committee of management was appointed with the Collector as President.

From 3rd March 1879 up to 1st April 1887, the College was a Government College under the Educational Department. The annual interest of the College Funds, about Rs. 8,000, was paid to Government, who supplemented this by

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such amount as was found necessary. But in accordance with their recent policy, Government have now withdrawn from the management and the College is now, since 1st April 1887, under the control of a Committee, with an annual subsidy from Government of Rs. 10,000.

For the interest of the College Government has allowed the Committee to retain the services of some of the former staff; guaranteeing the pension of suc as were already in pensionable service. The Committee is composed of 3 Government nominees, being the Collector of Ahmed. abad (ex-officio President) and the District Judge of Ahmedabad and the Educational Inspector (ex-officio members) and a few Native gentlemen.

The following Endowments are connected with the Gujarat College :

(I) A. A. Borrodaile Scholarship of the value of Rs. 108. per annum to be given to the student of this College who has passed highest in the Matriculation Examination, and is an inhabitant of Ahmedabad.

(II) 8. H. Philpotts Scholarship of the value of Rs. 108 per annum to be given to the student of this College who has passed highest in the Previous Examination from this College.

(III) Lallubhai Samaldas Scholarship of the value of Rs. 108 per annum to be given to a Vadnagra Nagar student of this College who has passed highest in the 1st B.A. or the P.E. (if there is no student of that easte in the 1st B.A.) from this College and continuing his further studies in this very College.

(IV) Rao Bahadur Maganbhai Karamchand Scholarships, eight in number, of the annual value of Rs. 588, to be given to the students of this College according to merit.

(V) One J. F. Fernandez Soholarship of the value of Rs. 105 to be awarded to a student of Gujarat College passing the First B.A. Examination with the highest number of marks and studying at the same College for the B.A. Examination.

(VI) Rao Saheb Mayaram Shambhunath Sanskrit Prize of Rs. 18 to be given to the student of the Ahmedabad Arts College, who may obtain the highest number of marks in Sanskrit in the 2nd B.A. Examination of the Bombay University.

(VII) Government Scholarships, eight in number, of the annual valne of Rs. 1,000 to be given to the students of this College according to the results of the Bombay University Examinations. (For the present given by the College Board.) . (VIII) Gujarat College Board Scholarships. One Scholarship of Rs. 15 to be given annually to the student of the Gujarat College, who stands highest at the Previous Examination immediately preceding and tenable for one year. Another Scholarship of Rs. 15 to be given biennially to the student of the Gujarat College, who stands highest at the Interm:diate Examination immediately preceding and tenable for two years.

(IX) A S holarship of Rs. 10 (ten) per month shall be awarded under the control of the Educational Inspector, Northern Division, to a student of the Lewa or Kalwa Kunbi caste attending the Gujarat College. The Scholarship shall run from the 1st of January of any year, and be awarded alternately to young men of the Lewa and Kadwa Kunbi castes in accordance with the results

of the Matriculation Examination of the previous year. The Scholarship shall be tenable by the Scholar for four years or until he passes his final examination for a degree, subject to the usual conditions of regular attendance, good conduct and satisfactory progress.

1902.

Principal, W. A. Hirst, B.A. (Oxon.), Professor of English Literature and Logic and Moral Philosophy.

Professors.

Jamshedji Edalji Daruvala, B.A., B.Sc., Professor of Mathematics.
Anandshankar Bapubhai Dhruva, M.A., LL.B., Professor of Sanskrit.
Balkrishnadas Pitambardas Dalal, B.A., Professor of Science.
Bhulabhai Jivanji Desai, M.A., LL.B., Professor of History and Political

Economy.
Mirza Mussa Cowser, Professor of Persian.
Ramprasad Maganlal Mehta, B.A., LL.B., Professor of French.

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