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.XVI. THE ARNOULD SCHOLARSHIP. The President and Secretary to the Arnould Testimonial Fund, in a letter dated 9th January 1871, to the address of the Registrar, James Taylor, Esq., offered to the University on behalf of the Native friends and admirers of Sir Joseph Arnould, Knight, a Judge of the High Court of Judicature, Bombay, a sum of Rupees 6,000 in Government 5 per cent. Securities for awarding annually, from the interest thereof, a Scholarship of Rs. 25 a month to the Candidate who passes the Examination for the Degree of LL,B. with the highest number of marks in the paper comprising the Hindu and Muhammadan Law.
At a meeting held on the 23rd March 1871, the endowment was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate, and the following Regulations were passed for awarding the Scholarship :
1. A Scholarship, to be called " THE ARNOULD SCHOLARSHIP," of the value of Rupees seventeen a month, shall be awarded annually at the Second Examination for the Degree of LL.B. to the Candidate who passes the Examination with the highest number of marks in the paper on “Succession and Family Rights with special reference to Hindu and Muhammadan Law.”
N. B.-So long as an Examination for the Degree of LL.B. is held under the old rules, this Scholarship will be awarded, on a comparison of the marks in the specified paper both in this examination and in the Second Examination for the Degree of LL.B., to the Candidate in either examination who has gained the highest number of marks.
2. The name of the successful Candidate shall be published with the list of Candidates who have passed the Examination for the Degree of LL.B.
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.
Deshmukh, Chintaman Ganesh..
THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH FELLOWSHIP.
The Chiefs and Sirdars of the Deccan and the Southern Mahratta Country offered to the University, through Government, on the 24th July 1871, in commemoration of the visit of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh to the Presidency of Bombay, the sum of Rs. 10,000 for the establishment of a Fellowship of the value of the interest of the sum when invested in Government Securities, tenable for two years, and to be awarded every alternate year to the Undergraduate who passes with the highest marks in Honours at the B.A. Examination, on condition that he continues his studies at one of the recognized Colleges, and presents himself at the M.A. Examination within such time as may be fixed by the University,
At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 29th September 1871, the offer of the Chiefs and Sirdars of the Deccan and the Southern Mahratta Country was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.
The Fellowship will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :
1. A Fellowship, to be called the “DUKE OF EDINBURGH FELLOWSHIP," of the value of Rupees three hundred and sixty per annum and tenable for two years, shall be awarded every alternate year, or whenever vacant, to the Candidate who passes with the highest number of marks in the First Class at the B... Examination, on condition that he continues his studies at one of the Colleges or Institutions recog. nized by the University of Bombay, and presents himself at the M.A. Examination within the time of his Fellowship, provided that in 1894 the Fellowship be awarded on the results of both the Second B.A. and B.A. Examinations, and provided that the first award of the Fellowship after 1895 shall be made in 1897.
2. 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.
3. The stipend of the Fellowship shall be paid half-yearly on a bill drawn by the Head of some recognized College or Institution, who shall certify under his signature on such bill that the Fellow is in regular attendance at the College or Institution, and that his conduct is good.
4. Should the Fellow discontinue his University studies or be anfavourably reported on by the Head of his College or Institution, the Syndicate shall declare the Fellowship to be forfeited.
5. Any surplus which may arise from the vacancy of the Fellowship during any year, or part of a year, shall be applied by the Syndicate in such manner as they shall think best fitted for furthering the object and purposes of the endowment,
THE BAI MANECKBAI BYRAMJEE JEEJEEBHOY PRIZE. The Honourable Byramjee Jeejeebhoy, in a letter dated 10th August 1871, to the address of the Registrar, James Taylor, Esq.,, offered to the University “a 4 per cent. Government Promissory Note of Rs. 2,000, that the interest thereof may be devoted to the giving of a Prize or Prizes annually to the successful Student or Students in any branch of learning the Senate may think proper, in the name of Bai Maneckbai Byramjee Jeejeebhoy."
At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 29th September 1871, this offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.
The Prize will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :
1. A Prize, to be entitled "THE BAI MANECKBAI BYRAMJEE JEEJEEBHOY PRIZE,” consisting of books of the value of Rupees seventy, shall be awarded every year to the Candidate who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest marks for proficiency in “Elementary Science". *
2. The name of the successful Candidate will be published with the list of the Candidates who may pass the Matriculation Examination.
1872.. Mulla, Faizullabhai Lukmanji
Snrat High School.
* t'p to 1889 this prize was awarded for the highest marks in History and Geography and Natural Seience,
1884. Bhandarkar, Vithal Sitaram
Elphinstone High School,
THE RAU SIR PRAGYALJI SCHOLARSHIPS. The Kutchi inhabitants of Bombay, desiring to commemorate the visit of His Highness the Maharaja Sir Pragmalji Bahadur, G.C.S.I., Rao of Kutch, to the city of Bombay, when he came to meet His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh in 1870, raised a sum of Rs. 20,000, to which His Highness added a sum of Rs. 25,000, making an aggregate amount of Rs. 45,000. Of this sum Rs. 30,000, in Government 4 per cent. Paper, were offered to the University, through the Government of Bombay, on the 2nd January 1872, to found Scholarships, to be called “THE RAO SIR PRAGMALJI SCHOLARSHIPS,” and to be awarded to Kutchi Students to enable them to prosecute University studies, or, failing such Students, to other Native Students who may be qualified for the same.
At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 9th March 1872, the offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.
The Scholarships will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations:
1. Two Scholarships, to be called “THE RAO SIR PRAGMALJI SCHOLARSHIPS,” one of Rupees 18 and one of Rupees 12 per mensem, shall be awarded every year to the two Kutchi * Candidates who shall have passed the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks,
2. The Scholarships will be tenable for three years at any of the Colleges or Institutions recognized by the University of Bombay.
3. Kutchi Candidates must forward their applications to the Registrar (vide Form AAK) with their applications for permission to attend the Matriculation Examination of the same year.
4. The Syndicate shall adjudge the Scholarships soon after the result of the Matriculation Examination shall be declared by the Examiners.
5. - In the event of there being no Kutchi Candidates entitled to receive the Scholarships, the Syndicate shall award them to the two Native Candidates who get the highest number of marks at the Matriculation Examination, and who may not have received any other University Scholarship of equal or higher value.
* By "Kutchi " is intended youths born in Kutch, or youths whose fathers were bom in Kutch.
6. 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.
7. In case of the Scholarships lapsing through forfeiture or otherwise, during the course of the three years for which they are tenable, the money shall be reserved to be applied by the Syndicate in such manner as they shall think best fitted for furthering the object and purposes of the endowment.
Khimjiani, Fazal Manji 1872
Mulla, Faizullabhai Lukmanji
Nanjiani, Karimalli Rahim 1873 Goratela, Visanji Hansraj..
Dave, Vithalji Keshavji.. 1874 | Patel, Kasam Virji 1875 | Parulekar, Pattatraya Vishvanath.
Soman, Dinkar Bhaskar, 1876
Ahmadi, Faiz Muhammad Fateh Ali.
Rukha, Visanji Kallianji 1877 } | Budbhatti, Keshavji Shamji.
Rukha, Ramdas Ladha 1878 | Sapat, Lakshmidas Ravji
Anantani, Pranshankar Jatashankar 1879
Thakar, Kalliapji Ratansi ...
Karamalli, Dost Muhammad.. 1880 Sankharia, Damodar Ishvar.
Vyas, Raghavji Jayakrishna 1881 Parmanand, Jagannath Narayan..
Merchant, Dhanji Khimji 1882 Advani, Hiranand Khemsing
Dave, Keshavji Gopalji 1883
Dholkia, Rupshankar Murarji
Mehta, Mavji Kanji .. 1884 Machhar, Hariram Madhavji
Ghodi, Keshavlal Murlidhar
Lakhani, Hasam Alladina.. 1885 Meisheri, Lakhmichand Tejpal
Vediadave, Kanji Mavji 1886
Goratela, Nanji Hansraj....
Dhurde, Karsandas Premji 1887 Parekh, Mulraj Panachand
Vaidya, Gulabshankar Kharashankar.. 1888 | Thakar, Kallianji Morarji
Chhaya, Somji Karsanji 1859
Thakar, Dharamsi Jethabhai
Thakor, Devji Mulji* 1890
Vora, Harilal Bhimji
Bhat, Vaijanath Purshottam.. 1891. Mattani, Mathuradas Kanji
Somji, Abdulla Gora 1892
Meisheri, Lakhumsey Hirji
Mewar, Prabhashankar Morarji 1894 | Kamdar, Murarji Mathuradas..
Merchant, Gulamali Kasam
Bhat, Jaduram Purushottam 1896 / Audich, Bhanushankar Dhanji
Mankad, Nanalal Jatashankar
Luana, Karshanji Shamji 1897
Thakar, Jivat Shamji
Merchant, Chatrabhuj Karsondas.. 1898. Raval, Dargashankar Pranjivan
Luana Hansraj Harji 1899
Sheth, Mavji Govindji
Aujaria, Mohanlal Murarji 1900
Vaidya, Jugatram Laxmishankar
Merchant, Fazal Jaferbhoy 1901
Merchant, Ahmad Rahimtula
Elphinstone High School,
Alfred High School, Kutch.
* Was awarded an extra scholarship of Rs. 10 per month tenable for the year 1890 only.