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THE HEBBERT AND LATOUCHE SCHOLARSHIP,
The Chiefs of Junagad and Nowanagar, in the Province of Kathiawar, offered, through the Right Honourable the Governor in Council, on the 22nd October 1869, Government 5 per cent. Promissory Notes of the value of Rs. 5,000, for the foundation of a Scholarship of Rs. 20 per mensem in the University of Bombay, as a Memorial to Captains Hebbert and LaTouche, the officers who fell at the Tobar Hill in 1867 in fight with a band of outlawed Waghirs. At the annual meeting of the Senate, held on the 18th December 1869, it was unanimously resolved:
“ That the offer of Rs. 5,000 in Government 5 per cent. Promissory Notes, from the Chiefs of Junagad and Nowanagar, in Kathiawar, for the foundation of a Scholarship in memory of Captains Hebbert and LaTouche, who fell nobly in the discharge of public duty at the Tobar Hill in 1867, be accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.”
The Scholarship will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :
1. A Scholarship, to be entitled “The HEBBERT AND LATOUCHE SCHOLARSHIP," of the value of Rupees fourteen per mensem, tenable for two years, shall be awarded biennially, or whenever vacant.
2. The object of the Scholarship is to assist Natives of Soreth, in Kathiawar, desirous of prosecuting their studies in any one of the recognized Colleges or Institutions of the University of Bombay.
3. Persons to be eligible for competition must be bona fide Natives of Soreth who have passed the Matriculation Examination.
4. In the event of there being more than one Candidate for the Scholarship on the occasion of a vacancy, who shall fulfil the foregoing conditions, the Scholarship shall be awarded by the Syndicate to the Candidate who shall appear from the University records to have obtained the highest number of marks at the Matriculation Examination, provided always that no Candidate who has once held the Scholarship be eligible for re-election,
5. The Scholarship shall be announced for competition in the first week of December. Applications of Candidates under Form A AJ must be sent in to the Registrar on or before the 31st December.
6. The Syndicate shall 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, who shall certify, under his signature on such bill, 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.
9. Should the Scholar discontinue his University studies or be unfavourably reported on by the Head of the College or Institution, the Syndicate shall declare the Scholarship to be forfeited.
10. Any surplus which may arise from the vacancy of the Scholar. ship during any year, or part of a year, shall be added to next year's Scholarship so as to increase the monthly stipends payable.
Rajkot High School.
THE WILSON PHILOLOGICAL LECTURESHIP.
The Honorary Secretary to the Committee of Management for the Subscribers to the Wilson Testimonial Fund offered, in a letter dated March 2nd, 1870, to the address of the Registrar, James Taylor, Esq., the sum of (Rs. 23,500) twenty-three thousand and five hundred Rupees in Government 5 per cent. Promissory Notes, for the endowment of a Philological Lectureship in honour of the Rev. John Wilson, D.D., F.R.S., Vice-Chancellor of the University, with the following conditions :
1. That the Lectureship be called “THE Wilson PHILOLOGICAL LECTURESHIP,” in connection with which, in consecutive years, a short series of Lectures should be delivered by a competent European or Native Scholar, annually selected for the purpose, on one of the following classes of languages and the literature in which they are embodied :
I. Sanskrit and Prakrit languages derived from it. II. Hebrew and the other Semitic languages. III. Latin and Greek, IV. English viewed in connection with Anglo-Saxon and its other
2. That the interest of the Fund for this endowment be at the entire disposal of Dr. Wilson during his lifetime, and that the University undertake the duty of receiving the interest, and paying the same to Dr. Wilson, or to his order, at stated half-yearly periods, as the interest becomes due.
At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 2nd April 1870, the endowment, in honour of the late Vice-Chancellor of the University, the Rev, John Wilson, D.D., F.R.S., was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.
Dr. Wilson died on the 1st December 1875, and on the 12th February 1876 the Senate passed the following Regulations for the Lectureship :
1. Each Series of Lectures shall consist of not fewer than six Lectures.
2. The Lectures shall be delivered in Bombay in the First or coldweather Term in each year,
3. In the month of January in each year the Syndicate shall publish a Notification in which the subject of the ensuing Series of Lectures shall be announced, and shall take such steps in each year as they may think best for obtaining a Lecturer.
1877.. Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages derived from it. Ramkrishna Gopal Bhandarkar, M.A. 1878.. Latin and Greek.
Puter Peterson, M.A. 1879.. Hebrew and the other Semitic Languages
E. Rehatsek, M.C.E. 1880.. English viewed in connection with Anglo-Saxon F. G. Selby, M.A.
and its other sources. 1881.. Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages derived from it. No Lecturer. 1882. Latin and Greek
M. Macmillan, B.A. 1883.. Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages derived from it. Shankar Pandurang Pandit, M.A. 1884.. Hebrew and the other Semitic Languages A, Führer, Ph.D. 1885.. English viewed in connection with Anglo-Saxon W. E. Hart, B.A.
and its other sources. 1886.. Latin and Greek..
R. H. Gunion, B.A. 1887.. Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages derived from it. Peter Peterson, M.A., D.Sc. 1888.. Hebrew and the other Semitic Languages.
The Rev. J. D. Lord. 1889.. English viewed in connection with Anglo-Saxon G. W. Forrest, B.A.
and its other sources. 1890.. Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages derived from it. Surgeon-Major K. R. Kirtikar,
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1891.. Latin and Greek Languages, and the literature M. Macmillan, B.A.
in which they are embodied. 1892.. Hebrew and the other Semitic Languages and The Rev. J. Dobie, D.D.
the literature in which they are embodied. 1893.. English viewed in connection with Anglo-Saxon 0. V. Muller, B.A.
and its other sources. 1894.. Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages derived from it. H, F, Dhruva, B.A., LL.B, 1895.. Latin and Greek and the Literature in which M, Macmillan, B.A.
they are embodied, 1896.. Hebrew and the other Semitic Languages...... R. Farage, Esq., 1897.. English viewed in connection with Anglo-Saxon The Rev. R. Scott, M.A.
and its other Sources. 1898.. Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages derived from it The Rev. D. Mackichan, M.A., D.D.
and the literature in which they are embodied. 1899... Latin and Greek Languages and the literature in J. Nelson Fraser, M.A.
which they are embodied. 1900.. Hebrew and the other Semitic Languages and Ezekiel Moses Ezekiel, B.A.
the literature in which they are embodied. 1901.. English viewed in connection with Anglo-Saxon M. Macmillan, B.A.
and its other sources. 1902... Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages derived from it Rajaram Ramkrishna Bhagvat,
and the literature in which they are embodied. Esq. 1903.. Latin and Greek and the Literature in which they are embodied.
THE ELLIS SCHOLARSHIP. The President and Secretary to the Ellis Testimonial Committee, in a letter dated 19th April 1870, to the address of the Registrar, James Taylor, Esq., offered the sum of Rs. 7,206 for investment in 4 per cent.
Government Promissory Notes for awarding annually, from the interest thereof, a monthly Scholarship of the value of Rs. 25, bearing the name of the Honourable B. H. Ellis, to the most successful Scholar in the English Language and Literature at the B.A. Examination.
At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 16th June 1870, the following Resolution was unanimously adopted :
s That this endowment, in honour of the Honourable B. H. Ellis, Member of the Council of H. E. the Viceroy and Governor-General of India, be accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.”
The Scholarship will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :
1. A Scholarship, to be entitled “THE ELLIS SCHOLARSHIP,” of the value of Rupees twenty a month, shall be awarded annually at the Examination for the Degree of B.A. to the Candidate who passes the Examination with the highest marks in English, provided that in 1894 the Scholarship be awarded on the results of both the Second B.A. and B.A. Examinations.
2. The name of the successful Candidate shall be published with the list of Candidates who have passed the Examination for the Degree of B.A.
3. In case of the Scholarship lapsing during the course of the year for which it is tenable, any balance that may remain shall be added to the next year's Scholarship.
1870. Sayani, Ibrahim Muhammad
XV. THE CHANCELLOR'S MEDAL. At a Convocation for Conferring Degrees held on the 12th January 1869, His Excellency the Right Honourable Sir Seymour FitzGerald, G.O.S.I., D.C.L., Governor of Bombay, Chancellor of the University, founded a Gold Medal, to be called the "CHANCELLOR'S MEDAL," with a view to encourage the Graduates of the University of Bombay to aspire after the highest honours the University can bestow. At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 23rd March 1871, the following Regulations for awarding the Medal were passed :
1. A Gold Medal, to be called “ THE CHANCELLOR'S MEDAL,” will be awarded annually in connection with the Examination for the Degree of Master of Arts.
2. The Syndicate will determine and notify each year in December, the rotation in which the Medal shall be assigned in connection with each branch of study prescribed for the M.A. Examination.
3. The Medal shall be awarded to the Candidate who passes the Examination in the First Class, and obtains the highest number of marks in the branch of study notified for that year.
4. Provided that if no Candidate qualifies for the Medal in the specified subject of the year, the Syndicate shall be authorized to award it to the Candidate who, on a review of the Examination in the various subjects, passes in the First Class with the highest number of marks.
5. The name of the Candidate to whom the Medal is awarded, will be published with the list of successful Candidates.
6. The Medal will be presented at the Convocation for Conferring Degrees.
Duncan, Thomas 1876..) Mathematics and Natural Dastur, Fardunji Mancherji
Philosophy 1877.. Natural Sciences
Naegaumvala, Kavasji Dadabhai 1878.. Mathematics ..
Sanjana, Kavasji Jamshedji 1879. Languages
Medal not awarded. 1980.. History and Philosophy
Ditto. 1881.. Mathematics
Ditto. 1882..! Mathematics
Vaidya, Chintaman Vinayak 1883.. Mathematics
Wagle, Krishnaji Balvant 1884.. Natural Sciences
Kanga, Mancherji Kavasji. 1885 . Natural Sciences
Masani, Adarji Mernosji
Ditto. Free General As. sembly's Insti
1886.. History and Philosophy
Padshah, Pestanji Jamasji