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COLLEGE OF SCIENCE.

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Third-year Student not holding scholarship.

* Nandkishor, G.

Second-year Students holding Scholarships.

† Athale, M. G.

I † Desai, D. N.

Second-year Students not holding Scholarships. + Desai, M. P.

1

+ Pandit, G, B, + Desai, A. C.

† Shevde, S. V.

First-year Students holding Scholarships. Kasargode, R. S.

1 Mehta, G. D.

First-year Students not holding Scholarships.

Bhatt, P. G.
Deshmukh, G.R.
Gadkari, S. R.
Hatvalne, S. K.
Kogekar, V. K.

Patel, c. S.
Patel, D. S.
Patil, P. C.
Sahasrabudhe, D. L.
Tamhane, V. A.

* Has passed Second Examination in Agriculture.
| Has passed First Examination in Agriculture,

VII

Gndowments All prizes not claimed within 12 months from the date of publication of the award shall lapse to the University.

(Note.-The value of the scholarships, medals, fellowships, lectureships and prizes is liable to diminution on the repayment or conversion or other altera. tion in the conditions of the loan.]*

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THE MUNGULDASS NATHOOBHOY TRAVELLING

FELLOWSHIP. Munguldass Nathoobhoy, Esq., Justice of the Peace, in a letter to Government dated the 19th August 1862, offered the sum of Rs. 20,000 in 4 per cent. Government Securities for the purpose of endowing a Travelling Fellowship for Hindu Graduat es of the University of Bom. bay. This offer was accepted at a meeting of the Senate held on the 26th March 1863, and the following. Regulations were passed for the awarding and tenure of the Fellowship.

1. “THE MUNGULDASS NATHOOBHOY TRAVELLING FELLOWSHIP ” shall be open to all Graduates of the University of Bombay being Hindus who shall not be of more than five years' standing from the date of their graduation. By the term “ Graduates " is to be understood Masters and Bachelors of Arts, Bachelors of Science, Bachelors of Laws, Doctors and Licentiates of Medicine, and Masters and Licentiates of Civil Engineering; and by the term “date of graduation " is to be understood the dates of the Candidates receiving the Degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science or Licentiate of Medicine or Licentiate of Civil Engineering.

2. Candidates for the Fellowship must forward an application to the Registrar under Form AAH, one week before the day of election.

3. The election shall take place without Examination by the votes of the Syndicate, the Vice-Chancellor or Senior Fellow present having a casting vote.

4. Whenever there is a vacancy in the Fellowship, a convenient day for holding an election shall be appointed by the Syndicate, who shall give due notice of the same in the Government Gazette.

•The rate of interest on Government securities belonging to all the Endowment Funds has now been reduced to 81 per centi (1895).

5. The Munguldass Nathoobhoy Fellowship shall be tenable by any one Fellow for a space of three years. The conditions of tenure are that the Fellow must leave Bombay and proceed to Europe within two months after his election; that he shall spend the whole of the three years subsequent to the date of his leaving India for Europe, out of India, and six months at least out of each year in Great Britain or Ireland, and that he shall report twice a year to the University Registrar as to the mode in which his time has been spent.*

6. Any violation of the above conditions shall ipso facto cause the Fellowship to be vacated ; and the Syndicate shall be empowered, for any just cause, to recall and deprive of his Fellowship any one who may have been elected.

7. The Munguldass Nathoobhoy Travelling Fellow shall receive through the University Registrar, in half-yearly instalments, payable in advance, from the day of his leaving India, the interest due upon the endowment, together with any accumulations that may have taken place during previous vacancies.

YEAR,

FELLOW.

COLLEGE.

1807 March Jayakar, Atmaram Sadashiv, L.M. ...

Grant. 1868 September. Thakur, Shripad Babaji, B.A.

Elphinstone. 1871 November Daphtare, Girdharlal Ratanlal, L.M.

Grant. 1874 April Vaslekar, Nanaji Narayan, L.C.E.

Poona Civil Engineering

(now College of Science). 1877 April Dhairyavan, Vasudev Krishnarao, B.A., LL.B... Elph. & Govt. Law School. 1881 June Prabhakar, Govindrao Bhau, L.M. & S.

Grant. 1884 December... Bhadbhade, Lakshman Gangadhar, B.A.

Deccan. 1888 December... Madgavkar, Govind Dinanath, B.A.

Elphinstone. 1892 January Vora, Ranchhoddas Parmanandas, L.M, &S. Grant, 1893 November. Rao, K. Narayan, B.Sc.

Elphinstone & Grant, 1895 March Row, Raghavendra, L.M. & S.

Grant. 1898 December... Wagle, Nilkant Bapuji, B.A.

Elphinstone. 1901 August Lani, Damodar Ganesh, B.Sc.

College of Science.

...

II.

THE MANOCKJEE LIMJEE GOLD MEDAL. Limjee Manockjee and Cowasjee Manockjee, Esquires, in a letter to the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Sir Alexander Grant, Bart., dated the 27th May 1863, offered the sum of Rs. 5,000 in 4 per cent. Government Securities for the purpose of founding an annual Gold Medal, to bear the name of their father, the late Manockjee Limjee, Esquire, and to be awarded each year to the best Essay by a Univer. sity student, on certain prescribed subjects. This offer was accepted

The report to be submitted on 1st January and 1st July of each year, or as soon there. after as possible. With each report should be submitted a certificate in the subjoined form, with printed copies of which the Fellow will be supplied when leaving India :I certify that

has been studying in the University of for the last

months and has College passed

Examination or has been regular and diligent in study.

The certificate should cover the period of six months preceding each of the above-mentioned dates. If the Fellow has not been attending any course of Lectures during such period or any part thereof, he should furnish a certificate showing how and wwere he has spent his time otherwise than in attending leetures. Such certificates will be accepted if signed by s clergyman, Magistrate or Justice of the Peace.

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at a meeting of the Senate beld on the 3rd September 1863, and the following Regulations were passed for the awardiog of the Medal :

1. “ THE MANOCKJEE LIMJEE GOLD MEDAL” shall be awarded annually for the best Essay by a University Student, in accordance with the subjoined conditions.

2. Competitors shall be Graduates in the University of Bombay who shall not be of more than five years' standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the Essays. By the term “ Graduates " is to be understood Masters and Bachelors of Arts, Bachelors of Science, Bachelors of Laws, Doctors and Licentiates of Medicine, and Masters and Licentiates of Civil Engineering; and by the term " date of graduation " is to be understood the date of the Candidates' receiving the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, or Bachelor of Science, or Licentiate of Medicine, or Licentiate of Civil Engineering.

3. Competitive Essays shall be written in the English Language on the subject appointed for the current year, and shall be sent in to the University Registrar on or before the fourth Monday in September. Each Essay shall be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name, and shall be accompanied by a sealed cover, containing the name of the competitor, and a declaration that the Essay sent in by him is bonâ fide his own composition.

4. The subject of the Essay shall be in alternate years : (a) some question of Indian History or Antiquities ; (6) some question connected with the introduction into India of European Science and Art.

5. The subject for the competition is to be selected by the Syndicate, and notified not less than twelve months before the day for sending in the Essays.

6. The Judges shall be two in number, and shall be nominated annually by the Syndicate. Their decision shall be announced on the fourth Monday in November.

7. The Medal shall be presented to the successful Candidate at the Convocation for conferring Degrees next ensuing after the Judges' decision.

8. A prize consisting of books of the value of the surplus left over out of the annual income of the Fund, after defraying the cost of the Medal, shall also be awarded to the Medallist.

9. The Medal shall not be awarded to any Essay which, in the opinion of the Judges, would not, when printed, be creditable to the University. But if only one Essay be sent in, nothing shall hinder the Judges from awarding to it the Medal if it appears to them to come up to the proper standard.

10. Whenever a year passes without the Medal being awarded, the interest of the Endowment shall go towards the printing of Essays and other expenses connected with the Prize.

11. On all occasions of Academical costume, Medallists shall be entitled to wear their Medals.

YEAR.

SUBJECT.

MEDALLIST.

COLLEGE

1865... The Rise and Spread of Buddhism in India. No Essay received. 1866... The Advantages and Means of Diffusing a Medal not awarded.

Scientific Practice of Medicine in India. 1867... The Unprinted Literature of the Marathas. Medal not awarded. 1868... The Comparison of different styles of Ar- Rastamji Mervanji Elphin

chitecture in respect of their suitability for Patel, M. A. stone,

Public and Domestic Buildings in India. 1869... The Connection between the Physical Geo. Balvant Bhikaji Va- Deccan.

graphy of India and the History of the kharkar, B.A.

Country. 1870... The Social and Economic Effects of the Dorabji Edalji ElphinIntroduction of Railways into India. Gimi, B.A.

stone, 1871... The Revenue Survey and Settlement of the Manikji Nasarvanji Do,

Bombay Presidency as contrasted with Nanavati, B.A.
the Land Systems of Lord Cornwallis and

of the North-Western Provinces.
1872... The Economic Results and Probable De-No Essay received.

velopment of Botanical and Geological

Researches in India. 1873... The Demonology of Western India... Medal not awarded. 1874... The Electric Telegraph as it affects India No Essay received.

in its Social, Commercial, and Political

Aspects. 1875... Gleanings of the History of Indian Medi- Medal not awarded.

cine from its Ancient Literature, 1876... The Application of Modern Discoveries in Ditto.

Chemistry to Indian Farming. 1877... A short Åbstract of the Political History Dhondu Hari Aga- Elphin. of Gujarat and Maharashtra from the she, B.A.

stone, first Century of the Christian Era to the Inroads of the Mahomedans as arrived at from an examination of Coins and

Inscriptions 1878... The Advantages and Means of Diffusing a Medal not awarded.

Knowledge of Natural Science in India. 1879... The Unprinted Literature of the Marathas. No Essay received. 1880... Meteorology in India in its Relations to Krishnaji Madhav- Elphin.

Agriculture and the Mechanical Arts. raoJoglekar, M.A. stone. 1881... The Vernaculars peculiar to the Konkan No Essay received.

from the Southern confines of the Goanese
Territory to the Northern limits of the
Thana Zilla and Khandesh, investigat-
ed and established by means of Compara-
tive Philology applied in aid of original

Researches. 1882... The Advantages and Means of Diffusing a Kavasji Bejanji Elphin. Knowledge of Natural Science in India. Sethna, B.A., stone,

LL.B. 1883... Astronomy in India, its rise and progress Ganesh Balvant Do.

in ancient and modern times as affected by Joshi, B.A.
the progress of that science in Arabia,

Egypt, Greere and Modern Europe.
1884... The Application of Modern Discoveries in No Essay received.

Chemistry to Indian Farming. 1885... The Vaishnav Sects of Western India, Damodar Krishna Elphin.

their Origin, History, Establishment, Kar a ndikar, stone.
Ritual and peculiar Customs and Cere. B.A.
monies.

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