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(1) Birge, Gopal Lingu.
Mutakekar, Satoo Gundo. (1) Datar, Datto Hari.
Parale, Bala Joti,
Powar, Ramchandra Ravaji.
Sardesai, Shrikrishna Hari. Joshi, Dattatraya Pandurang, (1) Sathe, Gopal Mahadev. (1) Kulkarni, Damodar Malhar.
(1) Sheik Usaf Abdul.
Commoner (1) Bartake, Balkrishna Savalaram. Kulkarni, Gopal Gangadhar. Behare, Vasudev Vinayek.
Kulkarni, Vasudev Damodar.
Kulkarni, Vishnu S.
Limaye, Ramkrishna Sitaram,
Bondre, Narsinva Raghunath. (1) Mathure, Ramchandra Krish (!) Boragavkar, Mahadev Appaji.
Modak Anant Balaji. Chunekar, Ramkrishna Sakha- Moghe, Shripad Jivaji. ram,
(1) Oka, Dattatraya Sitaram. (1) Deshpande, Bhimrao Abaji.
Padhye, Vasudev Govind, (1) Edurkar, Nagesh Virupaksha.
Pan valkar, Anant Dhondo (1) Godbole, Vasudev Anant.
Pandit, Dattatraya Atmaram. Gokhale, Damodar Vishwanath, Pattihal, Shankar Virupaksha. Heralekar, Krishnaji Annaji. (1) Phadnis, Ramchandra Shankar. Inamdar, Ganesh Raghunath. :1) Ranade, Dattatraya Trimbuk. Joshi, Balwant Narayan.
(1) Shrikhande, Krishnaji Vishnu. Joshi, Ramchandra Shankar.
Shrikhande, Shankar Vishnu. (2) Kane, Bhikaji Hari,
(1) Eupekar, Vasudev Govind. Karkhanis, Raghunath Govind. Talvalkar, Balwant Hari. (1) Miss Kelavkar, Yamnabai Krish. Tambolkar, Khando Bhimrao. narao.
Thakur, Narayan Ramchandra (1) Kulkarni, Mahadev Narayan.
(RECOGNIZED 1881.) The Baroda College was founded to complete the system of English education organized in the Baroda State by the Government of His Highness the Maharaja Sayajirao Gaikwar, and on the 1st of October 1881 was recognized in the Faculty of Arts of the University of Bombay for the purposes of the Previous Examination. Further developments afterwards took place, and at present the College is recognized in Arts, Civil Engineering (for the purposes of the Diploma in Agriculture) and Law (for the purposes of the First LL.B. Examination).
There are two boarding houses in the College compound capable of accommodating about seventy-seven students.
The Scholarships attached to the Baroda College are as follows :
B.A. Class-3 Scholarsbifs of the aggregate value of Rs. 30 per B.Sc. Class—2 Scholarships of the aggregate value of Rs. 20 per
(1) Passed the Previous Examination, (2) Bhikajipant Gokhale Scholar.
Intermediate Arts Examination Class—2 Scholarships of the aggre
gate value of Rs. 15 per mensem. Intermediate Science Examination Class-2 Scholarships of the
aggregate value of Rs. 15 per mensem. Previous Class—5 Scholarships of the aggregate value of Rs. 25 per
Kazi Shahabuddin Scholarships—Two of the aggregate value of
Rs. 12 por mensem for Science students.
tenable by a Previous Class student.
to a student passing the B. A. Examination with the highest number
of marks in English. The Ambalal Sakarlal Desai Baroda Memorial Prize-Books of the
value of about Rs. 105 are awarded to a student passing the First LL.B. Examination with the highest number of marks from the Baroda College.
There is also one scholarship of Rs. 20 tenable at the Grant Medical College or Poona College of Science by a Baroda subject who bas passed the Previous Examination from the Baroda College. In addition to the above the University awards the Melville Memorial Scholarship to the student from this College who obtains the highest number of marks at the Previous Examination.
T. S. Tait, M.A. (Cantab.), B.Sc. (Lond.), Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.
A. B. Clarke, B.A. (Cantab.), Professor of English Literature.
and Physics. Jagjivan Valabhji Shab, M.A., LL.B., Professor of Logic and Moral Philosophy
and Lecturer in Law, Farid-ud-din Abmed, B.A., Professor of Persian. , Pandurang Bhikaji Naik, M.A., Professor of History and Political Economy. Vyankatacharya Narsinhacharya, Shastri. Harkisandas P. Parekh, Librarian.
(1) College Scholar, 'Himatial Shivalal Scholar,
7 D. B. Manibhai Jasbhai Kolehha Me
morial Scholar. 1 Kahandas Kalidas Scholar,
Intermediate Class. Baharia, Gulabdas Jamnadas.
Mehta, Ishverbhai Tapidas. Dadachanji, Ardesir Merwanji.
Mehta, Keshavlal Purshottam, Desai, Chhotalal Bhailal.
Mehta, Nagindas Gulabdas.
Modi, Nathalal Chhaganlal.
Nanavati, Hargovinddas Harkisan: (1) Desai, Purshottam Nathabhai.
das. Desai, Ratanlal Tribhovandas.
Pakai, Somabhai Joitaram. Desai, Umangrai Galabrai.
Pathan, Fazalkban Lalkhan. Desai, Virprasad Krishnarai.
Patel, Kishorbhai Ajubhai. Deshpande, Vasudev Keshav.
Pradhan, Ramchandra Vithal (1) Fadia, Nanalal Kahandas.
Randive, Ramchandra Keshav, Fadnis, Bapu Vaman.
Riswadker, Vasudev Krishna. Gaisus, Keshuv Gopal.
Sheth, Lallubhai Chhaganlal. Joshi, Balkrishna Bhasker,
Silat, Govind Ramchandra, Kanal, Parashram Verhomal.
Talvalker, Sbanker Ramchandra. Kantharia, Virprasad Naranlal. Tambe, Gangadhar Madhav. Kikani, Eamaldas Tribhovandas. Thombare, Dattatray Amrit. Kothari, Rangildas Hargovindas. Trivedi, Chhotalal Motinarayan, Majmudar, Dattatrey Chinta- Vaokar, Khandubhai Govindji. man.
Yajnik, Vinayak Narsilal. Mehta, Chhotalal Dholabhai.
Akolkar, Shanker Govind.
Chokshi, Harilal Dalsukhbhai
Doctor, Chhotalal Gulabdas. (1) Falnis, Malhar Ganesh.
Gadkari, Shanker Bhikaji.
Gaekwar, Bhaussheb Vithalrao. (1) Godbole, Gajanan Laxman,
Gupte, Mahadev Khanderao.
Korde, Vinayak Sadashiv.
Kshirsagar, Nilkanth Narayan.
(1) College Scholars,
Himatial Shivalal Scholar.
(RECOGNIZED 1884.) The Fergusson College owes its origin to the development and growth of the New English School, Poona, founded in 1880 by the late Vishnu Krishna Chiplunkar and Messrs. B. G. Tilak and M.B. Namjoshi for the purpose of cheapening and facilitating education. Gradually Beveral other gentlemen joined the staff of teachers with the object of devoting their lives to the work, and the body thus formed felt that they were in a position to take a higher step. Before doing so, however, they called a meeting of the sympathisers of private education on the 24th October 1884, and this meeting formed themselves into the “ Deccan Education Society” for the purpose of carrying out the original objects of the promoters of the New English School. Soon after, the Council of the Society resolved to start a College under the name of “ The Fergusson College” to mark their appreciation of the interest which His Excellency the Right Honourable Sir James Fergusson, Bart., Governor of Bombay, took in the cause of private education generally and in the growth and prosperity of their school in particular; and on their application, the College was recognized in the Faculty of Arts for the purposes of the Previous Examination on the 13th December 1884. Further development afterwards took place and at present the College is recognized in the whole Faculty of Arts.
The College is under the direct control and supervision of the Govern. ing Body of the Deccan Education Society.
+ R, V. Dhamnasker Scholar,
Kahandas Kalidas Scholar.
(1) College Scholar.