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1. Students who, after passing the Previous Examination, are educated through the English language for University Degrees in Civil Engineering

2. Candidates for the Science Branch must have passed the Previous Examination of the University of Bombay or an examination recognized by the University of Bombay as equivalent to the Previous Examination. Approved Candidates are qualified to appear for the Intermediate B.Sc. Examination of the University after two years' attendance and for the B.Sc. on the completion of another year's attendance subsequent to passing the Intermediate B.Sc.

3. Students who, after passing the Previous Examination, study Scientific Agriculture in the College and the farm attached to it, and who obtain Degrees from the University.

4. Matriculated Students who enter the Forest Branch of the College, to which Branch appointments have been guaranteed annually by the Bombay Forest Department.

5. Students who prosecute their studies in the College and the Workshops attached to it, with the object of becoming skilled Maistrips. Some of these continue their studies at the College and qualify for Suboverseers' appointments in the Public Works Department.

Attached to the College are Workshops where practical instruction is conveyed to the students, and where work of various kinds is executed for Government and the public.

In July 1863, Cowasjee Jehangbier Readymoney, Esquire, presented to Government the sum of Rs. 50,000 to assist in the erection of suitable buildings for the Coliege. The foundation-stone was laid by His Excellency Sir Bartle Frere on the 5th August 1865.

The Endowments belonging to the College are held by Trustees. The present Trustees are Sir Jehanghier Cowasjee Jehanghier, Rao Bahadur Ganesh Govind Gokhale, and Mr. Gangadhar Vinayak Mehendale.

Fellowships. Two Fellowships of Rs. 50 per mensem, tenable for one year, are attached to the College.

Scholarships.

The following Scholarships, each tenable for one year, are annually open for competition :

3 of Rs. 20 per mensem.
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McDougall Scholarship.

On the retirement from India of the Rev, James McDougall in 1862 a subscription was raised by the ex-students of the Poona Civil Engi. neering College for the purpose of perpetuating in the then school the name of its former Principal. A sum of Rs. 1,300 was subscribed, and from the interest accruing from this sum the amount of Rs. 52-8-0 is placed annually at the disposal of the Principal, to be awarded as a Scholarship to the most deserving student.

Frere Scholarship.

At a meeting of the Native inhabitants of Poona held on 11th Novem ber 1866, Khan Bahadur Padamji Pestanji presiding, it was resolved that, in order to perpetuate in "Poona the memory of His Excellency Sir Bartle H. E. Frere, a fund be raised, and a Scholarship in connection with His Excellency's name be established in the Poona Civil Engineering College. This Scholarship, value Rs. 21-14-0 per mensem, is tenable for one year, and will be conferred on that student who shall have obtained most marks in the preceding First Examination in Civil Engineering, provided that he shall not at the same time hold a Fellowship or Scholarship in any College affiliated to the University.

Rustamji Sorabji Woonwala Scholarship.

This Scholarship, of the value of Rs. 8-12-0 per mensem to be paid from the interest of the sum of Rs. 3,000 in 3} per cent. Government Paper placed at the disposal of Government to ound a Scholarship in the name of Rustamji Sorabji Woonwala by Mr. Kaikoshru Rustamji Woonwala, to be given to that Parsi student who at the Previous Examination, passed before his entry into the College of Science, obtains the highest number of marks,

2. The Scholarship is to be tenable for three years.

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These Scholarships were founded in memory of the late Arthur Choi len Watt, C. S., Judge of Poona (who was killed in a carriage accident in August 1885), from subscriptions raised by friends of the deceased. They are awarded annually to lads in the College Workshops who have shewn a special proficiency in Mechanical Engineering.

LIST OF PRINCIPALS.

1854. The Rev. James McDougall.
1857. Henry Coke, M.A.
1859. Captain G. Close, R.E.

1864. Captain H. Wilkins, R.E.
1865. Theodore Cooke, M.A., M.I., LL.D., F.G.S., F.L.S.
1893. Samuel Cooke, M.A., F.I.C., F.G.S., A.M.I.C.E.
1899. H, F. Beale, A.M.I.C.E.
1900. F. L. SPROTT, C.E.

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Principal.

F. L. Sprott, C.E.

Professors, Lecturers and Masters.

F. L. Sprott, C, E., Professor of Civil Engineering.
Dr. A. W. Thomson, C.E., D.Sc., Professor of Engineering.
G. R. Duxbury, Professor of Forestry.
H. N. Allen, B.Sc., Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineeri:I.
H, M, Page, F.I.C., F.G.S., Professor of Chemistry and Geology.
G. A. Gammie, Professor of Botany and Agriculture.
P. R. Mehta, Lecturer on Practical Agriculture.
Dr. J. Walter Leather, Chemist to the Government of India, Lecturu ca

Agricultural Chemistry.
D. D. Kapadia, M.A., B.Sc., Lecturer in Mathematics.
B. H. Pavri, L.C.E., Lecturer in Engineering.
G. B. Rishi, L.C.E., Master,
S. K. Pimpalkhare, Drawing Master.
M. R. Mahalas, Assistant Drawing Master.
S. D. Writer, First Assistant Master.
P. S. Chokshi, Second Assistant Master.
Martin Amor, Superintendent of Workshops.
D, D, Sanga, Lecturer on Veterinary Subjects.
Judah Hyam, G.B.V.C., F.Z.S., Resident Veterinary Assistant.
R. K. Bhide, Herberium Keeper.
N. V. Godbole, Head Clerk.
G. L. Bhosekar, Assistant Clerk and Librarian.

CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.

Fellows.

| L. G, Patel.
+ Bakht Narayan.

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Second-year Students,

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* Advani, N. H. * Agashe, M. K. * Bachel, B. M. * Bagchi, K. N. * Britto, F. X.

Chakravarti, R. P.

Dalal, B. A. * Das, P. G. * Desai, H. R. * Desai, M. M.

Desai, s. V. * Doctor, K. R. * Doshi, Z. M. * Gadkari, L. V.

Gajria, K. P. * Ghaswala, M. D. * Jathal, N. M. * Joglekar, N. K. * Karandikar, R. L. * Karve, V. V. * Khan, H. C. * Khare, R. B.

* Limaye, V. M. * Manohar, D. M. * Markar, H, F. * Mitter, M. D. * Moitra, P. E. * Mukerji, M. M. * Mukerji, S. * Pandiwala, E. H. * Parikh, M. P. * Pradhan, V. B. * Ray, K, C. * Raychowdhari, U. N. * Sahasrabudhe, R. A.

Savant, J. J.

Sen, C. C. * Shirali, S. S.

Upadhye, J. N. • Vadhavkar, N. B.

Vaishnav, S. G.

Vyas, Rao B. * Wadekar, P. G. * Watchmaker, M. C.

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