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*2. The Scholarship shall be awarded to Physical and Biological sciences in alternate years, provided that if no Candidate qualifies for the Scholarship in the branch of science to which it has been assigned for the year, the Scholarship shall be awarded to the Candidate who passes the B. A. Examination with the highest number of marks in the other branch of science in the same year, and is recommended as provided in Regulation 1.

3. 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.

4. The stipend of the Scholarship 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 Scholar is in regular attendance at the College or Institution, and that his conduct is good.

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

6. Any surplus which may arise from the vacancy of the Scholarship during any year, or a part of a year, shall be applied by the Syndicate in such manner as they shall think best fitted for furthering the objects and purposes of the endowment.

YBAR.

SCHOLAR.

SUBJECT.

COLLEGE.

1879.. Dastur, Dhanjishah Hormasji

Elphinstone. 1880.. Mirza, Nasarvanji Pramji

St. Xavier's. 1881.. Jayakar, Sundarrao Gajanan

Ditto. 1882.. Vasani, Adarji Mernosji.

Free General Assembly's

Institution. 1883.. Wadia, Jamshedji Rastamji

Physical Science Elphinstone. 1884.. Sovani, Govind Krishna

Biological Science Ditto. 1885.. Devbhankar, Raghunath Vaman.. Physical Science Deccan. 1886.. Bhate, Vithal Balkrishna.

Biological Science . Elphinstone. 1887.. Patkar, Damodar Raghunath Physical Science Freo General Assembly's

Institution. 1888.. Dodihalkar, Krishnaji Annaji Biological Science Elphinstone. 1889.. Kelkar, Mahadev Chintaman ........ Physical Science Free General Assembly's

Institution, 1890.. Baman-Behram, Jehangir Bamanji.. Biological Science. Elphinstone. 1891.. Mehta, Bamanji Dinshah

Physical Science Wilson. 1892.. Sardesai, Balkrishna Bhikaji Biological Science.. Fergusson. 1893.. Rane, Moreshvar Babaji

Physical Science St. Xavier's. 1894.. Parneria, Pranlal Abherain

Biological Science Baroda. 1895.. Dadachanji, Jehangir Kershaspji Physical Science St. Xavier's, 1896.. Jatkar, Krishnaji Hanmant

Biological Science. Fergusson. 1897.. Pavri, Palanji Dorabji

Physical Science Wilson. 1898.. Dalal, Vaman Somnarayan........ Biological Science... Baroda. 1899

Kolhatkar, Gopal Balkrishna

Tarapurvala, Jehangir Shapurji 1900... Joshi, Harishankar Devshankar Biological Science... Baroda.

D'Cunha, Cajetan Paul 1901

Gilder,.. Manchershaw Dhunjibhoy Physical Science.. St. Xavier's.
Dorabji.

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}Physical Science.. st. Xavier's.

XXXIII.

THE COBDEN CLUB MEDAL. In March 1879, the Cobden Club offered to award a Silver Medal annually to the Candidate who passes the B.A. Examination of this University with the highest number of marks in Political Economy.

* This regulation was added in 1883.

At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 22nd November 1879, this offer of the Cobden Club was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

This Medal will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations:

1. A Silver Medal, to be called "THE COBDEN CLUB MEDAL," will be awarded annually to the Candidate who passes the B.A. Examina tion with the highest number of marks in Political Economy, provided that in 1894 the Medal be awarded on the results of both the Second B.A. and B.A, Examinations.

2. The name of the Candidate to whom the Medal is awarded will be published with the list of successful Candidates.

3. The Medal will be presented at the Convocation for conferring Degrees.

YEAR.

MEDALLIST.

COLLEGE.

1879. Cama, Rastam Kharshedji
1880.. Pandia, Chhaganlal Harilal
1881.. Kelkar, Vasudev Balkrishna.
1882.. Gokhale, Mahadev Vishnu..
1883.. Padshah, Barjorji Jamasji..
1884.. Padshah, Pestanji Jamasji..
1885.. Banaji, Framji Kavasji
1886.. Dallas, Barjorji Sorabji
1887.. Mistri, Dhanjishah Palanji
1888.. Naik, Pandurang Bhikaji
1889.. Kotval, Trimbak Ramchandra.
1890.. Abdullabhai K. B. Yusufali
1891.. Modi, Vrajlal Vardhaman
1892.. Gandhi, Chunilal Maneklal
1893.. Mandlik, Narayan Vishvanath.
1894.. Wadia, Hirjibhoy Hormasji
1895.. Dadachanji, Jehangir Kershaspji
1896.. Karana, Rustomji Kawasji
1897.. Lalkaka, Ardeşhir Dhanjisha.
1898.. Sayani, Mahomed Rahimtulla.
1899.. Sathaye, Anant Ganesh
1900.. Wadia, Bomanji Jamsetji
1901 .. Nissim, Joseph ...

St. Xavier's.
Elphinstone,

Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto
Ditto.
Ditto,
Ditto.
Ditto.

Ditto,
Deccan.
Free General Assembly's Institutia
Elphinstone.

Ditto,
Ditto,

Ditto.
St. Xavier's.
Elphinstone.
St. Xavier's.
Elphinstone.
St. Xavier's,

Ditto.
Elphinstone.

XXXIV.

THE SIR GEORGE LEGRAND JACOB SCHOLARSHIP.

In June 1879, Major-General Sir George LeGrand Jacob offered to hand over to the University, Government Paper realizing Rs.120 a year for the foundation of a Scholarship of the value of Rupees 10 a month and tenable for one year, to be awarded to the Candidate who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks from among the Candidates from Savantvadi, Kutch, Kolhapur or Kathiawar.

At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 22nd November 1879, this offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

The Scholarship will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :

1. A Scholarship, to be called “The Sir George LEGRAND JACOB SCHOLARSHIP," of the value of Rs. 8 a month and tenable for one year, shall be awarded annually to the Candidate who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks from among the Candidates from Savantvadi, Kutch, Kolhapur, or Kathia

war.

2. The name of the Candidate to whom the Scholarship may be awarded shall be published with the list of the successful Candidates.

3. 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.

4. 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.

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

6. Whenever the Scholarship is not awarded, the money shall be reserved to be applied by the Syndicate in such manner as they shall think best fitted for furthering the object of the endowment.

YEAR.

SCHOLAR.

SCHOOL.

1882.. Kelkar, Vishnu Sadashiv
1883.. Apte, Hari Sadashiv
1884.., Kulkarni, Vaman Baji
1885.. Deshpande, Keshav Ganesh
1886.. Gholkar, Vishnu Sitaram
1887.. Jova, Gopal Daji...
1898.. Joglekar, Vishnu Prabhakar
1889..Bijapurkar, Vasudev Govind
1890.. Shah, Ishvardas Surajram
1891.. Apte, Sitaram Vishnu
1892.. shevde, Shivram Vinayak.
1843.. Kale, Shivram Vasudev
1894.. Damle, Narayan Dattatraya..
1895.. Natni, Pandurang Moreshvar..
1896.. Audich, Bhanushankar Dhanji
1897.. Bhojani, Mohanlal Tulshi
1899.. Dhavale, Shankar Balaji
1899.. •Patkar, Jagannath Yashwant
1900.. Ghurye, Vasudeo Sadashiy
1901.. Bapas, Trimbak Vaman...............

Rajaram High School, Kolhapur.

Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.

Ditto.
Bhavnagar High School.
Savantvadi English School,
Rajaram High School.

Diito.
Ditto.

Ditto.
Alfred High School, Bhuj.
Vakhtuba Charitable High School, Morvi.
Rajaram High School, Kolhapur.

Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.

...........

XXXV.

THE SIR GEORGE LEGRAND JACOB PRIZE. In June 1879, Major-General Sir George LeGrand Jacob offered to create in favour of the University a trust of £1,000 Stock and one £100 ten per cent. Debenture Bond in the British India Tea Company, t Limited, the proceeds thereof to be expended on an annual Prize for an Essay on some subject illustrating or relating to the advantages derived by India from the British Rule.

* This scholar having died in September 1900, the residue of the Scholarship was awarded to Raghunath Vishun Pen Tharkar of Rajaram High School, Kolhapur.

| Now converted into 3 per cent. Government paper of the nominal value of Rs. 5,000,

At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 22nd of November 1879, 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 called “THE Sir GEORGE LEGRAND JACOB PRIZE," consisting of books, shall be awarded annually for the best Essay on some subject illustrating or relating to the advantages derived by India from British Rule.

2. Competitors shall be Graduates or Undergraduates of the University of Bombay of not more than seven years' standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the Essays.

3. The subject shall be selected or notified by the Syndicate not less than twelve months before the day for sending in the Essay.

4. The Essays shall be sent in to the University Registrar on or before the Fourth Monday in July. 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, his University standing, his post office address, and a declaration that the Essay sent in by him is bona fide his own composition.

5. The Judges shall be three in number, and shall be nominated annually by the Syndicate. Their decision shall be announced on the fourth Monday in September.

6. On the occasion when the Prize is not awarded, the money shall be applied by the Syndicate in such manner as they shall think best fitted for furthering the object of the endowment.

YEAR,

SUBJECT,

PRIZEMAN.

COLLEGE

1882

Travelling in India and Intercommunication between Bhadbhade, Doccani

, the several Provinces before and after the Introduc- Lakshman tion of British Rule,

Gangadhar,

B.A.
The Revival and Development of Municipal Institutions No Exay re-

1883

1884

1885

1886

in the different Provinces of British India through ceived.
Legislation and the influence of the Government and the
Local Authorities.
The Revival and Development of Municipal Institutions Ditto,
in the different Provinces of British India through
Legislation and the influence of the Government and
the Local Authorities.
The Commerce of India as affected by British Rule Ditto.
The Revival and Development of Municipal Institutions Ditto,
in the different Provinces of British India through
Legislation and the influence of the Government and
the Local Authorities.
What India has gained from the study of English Liter. Prize not
ature and History.

awarded.
How far is India prepared for social changes based on Ditto.

the experience of the Christian Nations, and especially
of England ? Have the changes as yet introduced been
advantageous ? In what way can they be made most
beneficial in the future ?
The Introduction and Development of the Indian Rail. Mehta, Mar-Elphinsto e,
way and Telegraph systems and their influence on the kand' Nand-
social and economical conditions of India.

shankar,B.A.
The Effects of Social Intercourse between Europeans and Desai, Harilal Ditto.
the Natives of India,

Desaibhai,

B.A.
The Effect of the Legislation of the last fift years on No Essay re.
the social conditions of the people of India.

ceived,

1887

1888

1889

1890

1891

YEAR.

SUBJECT,

PRIZEMAN.

COLLEGE

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

The system of Judicial alministration in the Bombay No Essay re-
Presidency, as developed under the Elphinstone Code of ceired.

1827 and subsequent legislation.
The Educational system prevailing in the Bombay Presi. Prize not
dency, with suggestions for its improvement.

auarded,
History of Trial by Jury in India

Spencer, Hen-St. Xavier's.

ry John. History and Development of the Post Office in India and Kirtane, Dathe advantages conferred by it on the Indian people. modar Vina.

yak.
Effects of the Introduction of British rule on the Revival Prize

not
and Development of Sanskrit and Vernacular Literature. awarded.
The Advantages conferred by the Press on the Indian Ditto.
People.
The Advantages derived from the Development of Irri- Ditto.*

gation in India during the last 50 years.
The treatment of periodical Famines in India by British Ditto,

and by Native Governments.
The influe: ce of English Education on the Social Life of Parekh, Hari- Gujarat &
the people of India.

lal Govindji, Baroda ,

B.A.
The Advantages derived from the Development of Irri- No Essay re-
gation in India during the last 50 years,

ceived.
History and Development of Local Self Government in

the Bombay Presidency.
The Commerce of India as affected by British Rule.

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XXXVI.

THE JAIRAZBHOY PEERBHOY SCHOLARSHIP. Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy, Esq., Justice of the Peace, in a letter dated 26th January 1881, to the address of the Vice-Chancellor, the Honourable Mr. Justice West, offered to the University a sum of Rupees 5,000, in 4 per cent. Government Paper, for the purpose of founding a Scholarship to be annually awarded to the Muhammadan Candidate who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks, and prosecutes his studies in this University, or proceeds to England with the same view.

At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 1st October 1881, this offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

The Scholarship will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :

1. A Scholarship, to be called "THE JAIRAZBHOY PEERBHOY SCHOLARSHIP,” of the value of Rs. 160 per annum, shall be awarded every year to the Muhammadan Candidate who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks, on condition that he continues his studies during his tenure of the Scholarship at one of the Colleges or Institutions recognized by the University of Bombay, or proceeds to Great Britain or Ireland to prosecute his studies.

2. Candidates must forward their applications to the Registrar, with their applications for permission to attend the Matriculation Examination of the same year.

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

• Books of the value of Rs. 50 were given to Sorab Burjorji Dadyburjor, B. An, as a reward.

B 1964-35

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