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Deo, Vaman Chintaman,
Lakhani, Teckchand Chaitsing. (6) Lele, Mabadeo Gangadhar.
Mahajan, Daso Gangadhar.
Nene, Dattatraya Raoji. (16) Nikum, Ramchandra Parshuram.
Oka, Ganesh Hari.
Patake, Anant Venkatesh.
Patwardhan, Kashinath Narbar.
Phadke, Vaman Pandurang. (8) Pingle, Trimbak Rajaram.
Rale, Vinayak Vaman.
(RECOGNIZED 1885.) This College was founded by His Highness Sir Takhatsingji Jasvantsingji, G.C.S.I.
, LL.D., the late Maharaja Saheb of Bhavnagar, in memory of his late Diwan Samaldas Parmanandas. The College was opened in January 1885.
The College is maintained by the Bhavnagar State, and is now under the supervision of the Chief Diwan Saheb, Mr. Prabhashankar Dalpatram Pattani.
(6) Jagannath Shankarshet Sanskrit Scholır. (10) Kazi Shahabudin Scholar.
(16) Deccan Maratha Association Scholar.
The following Endowments are connected with this College : Thirteen Darbari Scholarships of the aggregate value of Rs. 90 per mensem. Two Juansingji Scholarships of the value of Rs. 8 each per mensem. One Vidyaram Scholarship of the value of Rs. 8 per mensem,
awarded to the student who passes the immediately preceding
awarded to the student who stands highest at the immediately
awarded annually to the student who stands highest at the Examination for the Degree of B.A. and has studied at this College for two years immediately preceding that Examination.
Principal. Jamshedji Navroji Unvalla, M.A., Professor of English Literature, Latin and
Professors. Barjorji Ardesar Enti, B.A., Professor of History and Political Economy,
Logic and Moral Philosophy.
Clerk and Librarian.
Gowrishankar Gold Medallist.
Gandhi, Shambhuprasad Gokuldas.
Mehta, Krishnaprasad Shivprasad.
Mehta, Madbavlal Sakerlal.
Senior B.4, Class-Scholars and Commoners.
Pandya, Harilal Bhanshankar.
Trivedi, Hargoviná Manishankar. Desai, Gulabrai Ravishankar.
Trivedi, Maganlal Nanji. Kothari, Kanaiyalal Girdharlal. Trivedi, Ratilal Kalidas, Lakhani, Ibrahim Valimahomed. Upadhya, Chhaganlal Odhavji. Mehta, Lullubbai, Motichand.
Vohra, Shankarprasad Hariprasad. Oza, Tansukhrai Chhotamlal.
(1) Darbari Scholar,
Junior B. A. Classt-Scholars and Commoners.
(1) (5) Bhat, Narsinhprasad Kalidas. (2) Oonda via, Harjivan Jutha.
Patel, Mulji Jetha,
Sathe, Sukhlal Dahyalal.
Intermediate Class--Scholars and Commoners,
Batliwala, Chunilal Gokuldas.
Oza, Amulakhrai Venishankar. Bhat, Karunashankar Kunvarji. (1) Pandya, Amritlal Deonath. Bohra, Laxmilal Maganlal.
(1) Parekh, Bhagwanlal Maganlal Dave, Hargovind Pranshankar.
Parekh, Manalal Savailal. (1) Desai, Kanchanrai Sakerlal.
Shah, Kalidas Nagardas.
Shanghvi, Vrajlal Virji. (1) (6) Mehta, Bhaskarrao Vithaldas, (2) (5) (7) Trivedi, Tribhovan Pi. Mehta, Chamanlal Sakerlal,
tamber. Mehta, Champaklal Sakerlal.
Vohra, Navnidhrai Hariprasad. Mehta, Kanchaprai Navnidhrai. Vobra, Vishnuprasad ShambhuMehta, Manilal Dayalji.
prasad, Mehta, Mukandrai Umiashankar.
Previous Class-Scholars and Commoners.
(1) Bhat, Prabhashankar Kuvarji.
Bohra, Chamanlal Manilal.
Desai, Virprasad Balvantrai. (1) Jani, Parmanand Ambashankar.
Karaka, Rustam Phiroze. (1) (8) Mehta, Bhanushankar Man.
Mehta, Dinkarrai Shriprasad.
(1) Mehta, Priyasukhram Shivsukh
Mehta, Ramniklal Sakerlal.
Mehta, Vaikunthrai Navnidhrai. (3) (5) Oza, Chhotalal Pitambar. (4) (5) Oza Gopalrai Balvantrai.
Oza, Jayantilal Mahashankar.
Oza, Markandrai Kalianrai.
Vohra, Mukandrai Jatashankar.
X.-DAYARAM JETHMAL SIND COLLEGE.
(RECOGNIZED 1887.) In 1882 an influential body of native gentlemen of Karachi addressed a memorial to the Education Commission then sitting at Calcutta, urging the Commission to recommend the foundation of an Arts College for the Province of Sind, and adding that they could guarantee a sum of at least Rs. 30,000 as the nucleus of an endowment fund. Two years afterwards the writers of the memorial, together with other gentlemen, formed themselves into a Committee which extensively canvassed all parts of the Province for support, pecuniary and otherwise, to the project, and then dissolved in favour of a new body, the Sind College Association, of which the Honourable Mr. Dayaram Jethmal was appointed President; the Association is registered under Bombay Act XXI of 1860. Before the close of the year 1886-87, the Committee was able to announce that the College Endowment Fund exceeded one hundred thousand rupees,
(1) Darbari Scholar,
(5) Jasvantsingji Scholar.
and that a sum of Rs. 27,550 had been promised towards the annual income of the College, to which sum Government had agreed to contribute Rs. 10,000, the Sind Municipalities Rs. 10,850, and the Sind District Local Boards Rs. 6,700. Of the Endowment Fund a sum of Rs. 1,00,000 has been invested, and the interest made available for the annual maintenance of the College.
The support thus liberally accorded by all classes was considered sufficient to justify the Association in arranging for the opening of the Sind Arts College in temporary premises in Karachi early in 1887, and the preliminary arrangements being completed, the College was accordingly opened by His Excellency Lord Reay, the Governor of Bombay, on the 17th January, 1887. The College was at first recognized up to the 1st B.A. Examination only, but has since been recognized for the purposes of Second B.A. and Second B.Sc. Examinations, the recognition extending from the beginning of the first term of the year 1887-88. The College has also been recognized in Law for the purposes of the First LL.B. Examination.
An Engineering Branch is attached to the College, the full course of instruction in Civil and Mechanical Engineering extending over three years; the proficiency of students is tested from time to time by examinations, but it is not proposed at present to prepare students for the Degrees in Engineering of the University of Bombay. A special grant is made by Government in aid of these classes, and four appointments in the Public Works Department are guaranteed annually to students hold. ing the full certificate.
The management and the control of the College are vested absolutely in the College Board, which forms the governing body of the Sind Col. lege Association, and consists of representatives of Government, of the Association, and of the contributing Municipalities and District Local Boards. The Commissioner in Sind and the Judicial Commissioner in Sind are ex-officio the President and the Vice-President, respectively, of the College Board.
This College, which was formerly named the Sind Arts College, has now been re-named the “ Dayaram Jethmal Sind College,” after the late Honourable Dayaram Jethmal, in whose memory a fund was raised by his friends and admirers in this Province. This sum, having been supplemented by a handsome donation from Messrs. Dowlatram Jethmal and Bulchand Dayaram, relatives of the deceased, has been made over to the College Board.
Scholarships and Prizes, The Sind Scholarships, which have been maintained by Government for many years at an annual cost of Rs, 1,000, have now been transferred to the control of the College Board. Six scholarships of Rs. 10 per mensem are tenable at the College by students of various degrees of seniority, and two scholarships of Rs. 15 per mensem are tenable by ex-students of the College wishing to study Medicine at the Grant Medical College, Bombay. Special reservations are made in favour of the Mahomedans and other backward classes.
The Macleod Scholarship, which was established in 1854 in memory of the late John Macleod, Deputy Collector of Customs at Karachi, is of the annual value of Rs. 140, being the interest of Rs. 4,000 forming the Macleod Scholarship Fund. It is tenable for one year at the College
by the Native Sindhi Student of the Narayan Jagannath High School, Karáchi, who shall have passed with the highest number of marks the Matriculation Examination of the University of Bombay held in the preceding year.
The Sitabai Dayaram Scholarship of Rs. 52-8-0 per annum is annually awarded to a poor student of the Amil caste.
A few scholarships varying from Rs. 6 to Rs. 8 per mensem are at present granted from College funds to the more proficient students in the Engineering Classes.
A Silver and a Bronze Medal are annually presented to the College by His Excellency Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, in continuation of similar gifts made by his three predecessors. They are awarded to the most proficient students in the Second B.A. or Second B.Sc. and First B.A. or First B.Sc. Classes, respectively.
The Edulji Dinshaw Prize of Rs. 52-6-0 (the interest on Rs. 1,500 invested in Government securities), given by Mr. Edulji Dinshaw, is awarded annually to the student of the College who obtains the highest number of marks in the highest examination for which the College sends up candidates to the University in any year.
The Sir Maxwell Melvill Memorial Prize is awarded annually to the student of the College who shows the greatest proficiency in General Knowledge.
The Awatrai Sanskrit Prize of Rs. 20 per annum is awarded annually to the student of the College who obtains the highest number of marks in Sanskrit in the Previous Examination.
The Erskine Prize of Rs. 96 per annum, founded by the friends and admirers of the late Mr. Henry Napier Bruce Erskine, C.S.I., for several years Commissioner in Sind, to commemorate his eminent services, is devoted to the encouragement of the study of Science at the College, and is awarded annually to students passing the B.Sc., Intermediate Science or the Science B.A. Examination of the University,
Principal. Moses John Jackson, M.A. (Oxon.), D.Sc. (Lond.), M.I E.E., Principal and Professor of Science and English.
Professors. Bhimbhai Jivanji Naik, M.A., Vice-Principal and Professor of Mathematics, Sahibsing Chandasing Shahani, M.A., Professor of English, Fram Muncherji Dadina, M.A. (Cantab.), Barrister-at-Law, Professor of Logic,
Moral Philosophy, History and Political Economy. Narayen Kashinath Malvankar, B.A., L.C.E., Professor of Engineering. Mohammad Jaafarkhan Mukhlis Ali Khan Mirza, Professor of Persian and
Professor of Mechanical Engineering.