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membrance by the University of the many and important services rendered by his honoured father to the cause of both elementary and advanced education in Western India, during his long and useful career as a citizen of Bombay.” The Scholarships will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :

1. Two Scholarships, to be called “THE JUGGONNATH SUNKERSETT SANSKRIT SCHOLARSHIPS,” one of Rs. 18 and one of Rs. 12 per mensem, shall be awarded every year to the two Candidates who shall have passed the Matriculation Examination with the highest marks for proficiency in the Sanskrit Language. The Scholarships will be tenable for two years at any of the Colleges or Institutions in Arts recognized by the University of Bombay, provided that the Scholar produce a certificate from the Head of the College or Institution that he is prosecuting his studies in Sanskrit.

2. The names of the successful Candidates will be published along with the list of the Candidates who may have passed the Matriculation Examination.

3. The Candidates elected must satisfy the Registrar, within six weeks from the date of election, that they have duly joined a recog. nized College or Institution.

4. In case of the Scholarships lapsing, through forfeiture or otherwise, during the course of the two years for which they are tenable, the money shall be reserved to be applied by the Syndicate in such a way as they shall think most expedient to the furtherance of the purposes of.the endowment. YEAR. SCHOLAR.

SCHOOL.
1866 ..
Athale, Yashvant Vasudev

Ratnagiri High School.
Shikhare, Govind Shripat

Dhulia High School.
Pendse, Kashinath Balvant

Poona High School, formerly 1867

Elphinstone High School. Godbole, Narayan Balkrishna Elphinstone High School.

Chintamanipetkar, Pandurang Ven. Poona High School. 1868... katesh. Agashe, Narayan Bhikaji

Ratnagiri High School.
1869...
Agashe, Ganesh Janardan

Poona High School.
Rajavade, Gopal Vishnu

Ratnagiri High School. 1870...

Ditto.
Limaye, Hari Vaman...
Oka, Vaman Daji

Ditto.
1871...
Bhat, Hariram Uttamram

Surat High School.
Oka, Krishnaji Govind

Poona High School.
1872...
Agashe, Dhondu Hari

Ratnagiri High School.
Joshi, Lakshman Janardan Free General Assembly's In-

stitution, Bombay.
Apte, Vaman Shivram

Rajaram High School, Kolha1873...

pur.
Gokhale, Krishnaji Vishnu Ratnagiri High School.
1874...
Natu, Trimbak Gangadhar

Satara High School.
Gokhale, Gopal Ramchandra Rajaram High School, Kolha-

pur.
Bhandarkar, Shridhar Ramkrishna... Elphinstone High School.
1875... Kulkarni, Balaji Hari

Rajaram High School, Kolha

pur. 1876...

Phadke, Ramchandra Dinkar Ratnagiri High School.
Bhagvat, Balaji Abaji

Poona High School, 1877...

Godbole, Sadashiv Mahadev Ratnagiri High School.
Pitke, Gopal Ramchandra ... Rajaram High School, Kolha-

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TIE JAM SHRI VIBHAJI SCHOLARSHIP. His Highness the Jam Shri Vibhaji of Navanagar, being desirous of encouraging English education in Kathiawar, offered in a letter to the Vice-Chancellor, Sir Alexander Grant, Bart., dated 25th February 1866, the sum of Rs. 4,500 for the founding of a Scholarship tenable by

a Native of Kathiawar for two years in an institution recognized by the University. At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 5th April 1866, it was resolved :-" That the handsome benefaction of His Highness the Jam Shri Vibhaji of Navangar be accepted with the best thanks of the University." The Scholarship will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :

1. A Scholarship, to be entitled "THE JAM SHRI VIBHAJI SCHOLARSHIP,” of the value of Rs. 15 per mensem, tenable for two years, shall be biennially, or whenever vacant, announced for competition.

2. The object of the Jam Shri Vibhaji Scholarship is to assist in maintaining Natives of Kathiawar while studying in the University of Bombay.

3. Persons to be eligible for competition must be bond fide Natives of Kathiawar who have passed the Matriculation Examination.

4. Should there be more Candidates than one, the Scholarship shall be awarded to that Candidate who shall appear from the University records to have obtained the highest marks for proficiency in English at the Matriculation Examination : provided always that no Candidate who has once held the Scholarship is to be considered eligible for re-election.

5. The Scholarship shall be announced for competition in the first week of December. Applications of Candidates, under Form AAI, must be sent in to the Registrar on or before the 31st December.

6. The Syndicate will thereupon proceed to adjudge the Scholarship on some day during the month of January.

7. The Candidate elected must satisfy the Registrar, within six weeks from the date of election, that he has duly joined a recognized College or Institution.

8. The stipend of the Scholarship shall be payable monthly on a bill drawn by the Head of some recognized College or Institution which bill shall certify, under the signature of the head, that the Scholar is in regular attendance at the College or Institution, that his conduct is good, and his progress in University studies is satisfactory.

9. Should the Scholar discontinue his University studies, or be unfavourably reported of by the Head of his College or Institution, the Syndicate shall declare the Scholarship to be forfeited.

10. Any surplus which may arise from the vacancy of the Scholarship, during any year or part of a year, shall be added to next year's Scholarship, so as to increase the monthly stipend payable.

YEAR.

SCHOLAR.

SCHOOL,

...

January.

1867... Vohora, Kallianrai Lakshmishankar. Surat High School. 1868... Desai, Savailal Govindram

Elphinstone High School. 1871... Ved, Dulabji Dharamshi

Ditto. 1873... Sett, Motichand Udhavji

Kathiawar High School, Rajkot, 1875... Ghogavala, Adarji Rastamji... Chandanvadi High School,

Bombay. 1877... Joshipara, Pranlal Kahandas Bahadurkhanji High School,

Junagad.

YEAR.

SCHOLAR.

SCHOOL.

January.
1879... Mehta, Anantrai Nathji

Bhavnagar High School. 1881... Chavan, Odhavji Devji

Elphinstone High School. 1883... Nulkar, Atmaram Krishnaji... Poona High School. 1885.. Mehta, Panachand Jayachand Bhavnagar High School. 1887.... Thakar, Parmanand Vithaldas

Ditto. 1889... Khakbar, Maganlal Dalpatram Elphinstone High School. 1891... Mehta, Shambhuprasad Shivprasad. Bhavnagar High School. 1893... Desai, Abhechand Govindji

Kathiawar High School. 1895 .. Mankad, Shivdatrai Trikamrai Bahadurkhanji High School,

Junagad. 1897... Parikh, Harilal Govindbhai

Baroda High School. 1899... Bhojani, Mohanlal Tulshi

Vakhtuba Charitable High

School, Morvi. 1901... Mehta, Bhaskarrao Vithaldas... Bhavnagar High School.

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Cowasjee Jehanghier Readymoney, Esq., Justice of the Peace, being desirons of marking his interest in the Bombay University, offered, on the occasion of the Convocation for conferring Degrees which was held on the 14th of January 1868, in a letter to the Vice-Chancellor, Sir Alexander Grant, Bart., of the same date, the sum of Rs. 5,000 in 4 per cent. Government Paper, for the founding of a Latin Scholarship, to be awarded each year to the best Candidate in Latin at the Matriculation Examination. The offer was accepted by the Senate on the 31st of March 1868, with their best thanks, and the following Regulations were passed for the awarding of the Scholarship :

1. A Scholarship, to be entitled “THE COWASJEE JEHANGHIER LATIN SCHOLARSHIP,” of the value of Rs. 180 per annum, shall be awarded every year to that Candidate who shall have passed the Matriculation Examination, and who shall have obtained the highest marks for proficiency in Latin at such Examination, provided that the Scholar produce a certificate from the Head of his College or Institution that he is prosecuting his studies in Latin.

2. The stipend of the Scholarship shall be payable half-yearly on a bill drawn by the Head of some recognized College or Institution; which bill shall certify, under the signature of the Head, that the Scholar is in regular attendance at the College or Institution, that his conduct is good, and that his progress in University studies is satisfactory,

3. Should the Scholar discontinue his University studies, or be unfavourably reported of by the Head of his College or Institution, the Syndicate shall declare the Scholarship to be forfeited.

4. The Scholarship shall be awarded at the final meeting of the Matriculation Examiners, and the name of the Cowasjee Jehanghier Scholar for the ensuing year shall be published by the Examiners together with their list of Matriculated Students.

5., The Candidate elected must satisfy the Registrar, within six weeks from the date of election, that he has duly joined a recognized College or Institution.

6. In case of the Student who is elected declining to proceed to College, the stipend of the Scholarship for the ensuing year may be conferred on the Candidate who shall have obtained the second place in the Examination in Latin.

7. In case of the Scholarship lapsing through forfeiture or otherwise during the course of the year, any saving which may result may be added to next year's Scholarship so as to increase the half-yearly stipends payable; or may be used, at the discretion of the Syndicate, to create a second Scholarship for the ensuing year.

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VIII. THE KINLOCH FORBES GOLD MEDAL AND PRIZE. The Trustees to the Kinloch Forbes Memorial Fund, in a letter to the address of the Vice-Chancellor, the Rev. Dr. Wilson, dated the 19th

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