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XLV. THE BHAVNAGAR PERCIVAL SCHOLARSHIP. In July 1885, Mr. Haridas Veharidas Desai, of Nadiad, offered to the University the sum of Rs. 3,500 in 4 per cent. and Rs. 100 in 4} per cent. Government Promissory Notes for the foundation of a Scholarship, to be called “ THE

BHAVNAGAR PERCIVAL SCHOLARSHIP,” to be awarded every year to the Candidate who, having matriculated from any school at Nadiad or Bhavnagar, passes the Previous Examination with the highest number of marks from the Gujarat or Samaldas College and prosecutes his further studies for the higher examinations at a recognized College.

At the annual meeting of the Senate held on the 12th December 1885, this offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

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

I. A Scholarship, to be called “ THE BHAVNAGAR PERCIVAL SCHOLARSHIP," of the value of Rs. (10) ten per mensem, shall be awarded each year to the Candidate who, having matriculated from any School at Nádiad or Bhavnagar, passes the Previous Examination with the highest number of marks from the Gujarat or Samaldas College, and prosecutes his studies at a recognized College.

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

3. The stipend of the Scholarship shall be payable half-yearly on a bill to be drawn by the Head of such College, who shall certify under his signature on such bill that the Scholar is in regular attendance at the College, that his conduct is good, and that his progress in University studies is satisfactory.

4. Should the Scholar discontinue his University studies, or be upfavourably reported on by the Head of the College, it shall be in the discretion of the Syndicate to stop payment of the stipend, or to declare the Scholarship forfeited.

6. Any surplus which may arise from the vacancy of the Scholarship 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.

6. The Senate shall have the power, whenever it may think fit, to modify or alter the terms upon which the Scholarship may be awarded, or otherwise to deal with the income of the Fund, provided the object for which the Scbolarship has been founded is kept in view.

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XLVI.

THE BHAU SAHEB DESAI SCHOLARSHIPS.

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In July 1885, Mr. Haridas Veharidas Desai, of Nadiad, offered to the University the sum of Rs. 7,000 in 4 per cent. and Rs. 200 in 4 per cent. Government Promissory Notes for the foundation of two Scholarships of equal value, to be called “The Bhau SAHEB DESAI SCHOLARSHIPS," to be awarded each year to the two Candidates who pass the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks from the Nadiad High School, or from any other school at Nadiad, on condition that they prosecute their studies at a recognized College.

At the annual meeting of the Senate, held on the 12th December 1885, this 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 BHAU SAHEB DESAI SCHOLARSHIPS,” each of the value of Rs. (10) ten per mensem, shall be awarded each year to the two Candidates who pass the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks from the Nadiad High School, or from any other school at Nadiad, and prosecute their studies at recognized College.

2. Should there be no Candidates from any school at Nadiad entitled to receive the Scholarship or Scholarships during the year in which they are to be awarded, the Syndicate shall reserve the interest for the award of extra Bhau Saheb Desai Scholarships to Candidates from any school at Nadiad who obtain the highest number of marks at the Matriculation Examination, and who prosecute their studies in a recognized College.

3. The Candidates elected must satisfy the Registrar, within six weeks from the date of election, that they have joined a recognized College.

4. The stipend of the Scholarships shall be payable half-yearly on a bill to be drawn by the Head of the recognized College, who shall certify under his signature on such bill that the Scholars are in regular attendance at the College, that their conduct is good, and that their progress in University studies is satisfactory.

5. Should a Scholar discontinue his University studies, or be unfavourably reported on by the Head of the College, it shall be in the discretion of the Syndicate to stop payment of the stipend, or to declare the Scholarship forfeited.

6. Any surplus which may arise from the vacancy of the Scholarships 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.

7. The Senate shall have the power, whenever it may think fit, to modify or alter the terms upon which the Scholarships may be awarded, or otherwise to deal with the income of the Fund, provided the object for which the Scholarships have been founded is kept in view.

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SCHOLÁRS.

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Nadiad High School,

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Amin, Dayabhai Pragbhai
Kantharia, Gopal Harilal
Mehta, Shankarlal Keshavlal..
Mehta, Harilal Chaturbhuj
Dalal, Jaychand Kuberdas...
Patel, Desaibhai Vaghjibhai.....
Chohan, Vaji Joraji
Bharucha, Jehangir Jamshedji.
Shilat, Jeshankar Govindram
Parekh, Raichand Ishvardas
Mehta, Chimanlal Govindlal
Acharya, Amritlal Sampatram.
Shah, Bhogilal Narandas
Choksi, Purshotam Sankalchand.
Thakore, Mohansing Ramsing
Desai, Purshottam Kashibhai
Yajnik, Sakarlal Jhaverilal
Gandhi, Chunilal Damodardas..
Desai, Sankallal Damodardas
Desai, Purshottam Achabhai
Patel, Motibhai Otambhai
Dave, Shankarlal Bulakhidas
Patel, Lallubhai Govindbhai
Patel, Muljibhai Chaturbhai
Patel, Ambalal Mathurbhai
Vhora, Chhotalal Harjivan
Bhat, Pranshankar Jeyshankar
Kanthariakar, Manjulal Bhogilal
Desai, Gulabbhai Khandubhai..
Joshi, Manilal Kilashankar
Saraiya, Mohanlal Pitambardas
Desai, Pragji Kun varji
Munshi, Premvadun Ramnik.
ram.

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THE QUEEN-EMPRESS GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS. In June 1886, the Honorary Secretary, Countess of Dufferin's Fund, in a letter addressed to the Registrar, offered to award annually, under certain conditions, a gold medal, to be called “ THE QUEEN-EMPRESS GOLD MEDAL," to a female medical student passing the L.M. & S. or M.D. Examination of Bombay University.

At a meeting of the Senate held on the 17th September 1886, this offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

Under the conditions of award as altered in 1897—

The Medal will be awarded to a female medical student who succeeds in passing the M.D. Examination of Bombay University in the first class, with the proviso that, should more than one candidate satisfy the conditions in any given year, the one obtaining the higher number of marks shall be entitled to it.

Since the acceptance of the Gold Medal the Secretary, in a letter dated 1st October 1897, and addressed to the Registrar, has further offered to award annually a silver medal, to be called “THE QUEEN-EMPRESS SILVER MEDAL."

The Medal will be awarded to the female medical student who passes first in the L.M. & S. Examination.

* Was awarded the residue of the scholarship vacated by Mohanlal P. Saraiya.

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THE ASHBURNER PRIZE. The Ashburner Memorial Committee offered to the University a sum of Rs. 3,000 in Government 4 per cent. Promissory Notes for the foundation of a Prize of the value of Rs. 120, to be called “ THE ASHBURNER Prize," in honour of the Honourable L. R. Ashburner, late Senior Member of the Executive Council of the Government of Bombay, to be awarded annually for the best Essay on some subject connected with Indian Arts, Manufacture, or Agriculture.

At a meeting of the Senate held on the 14th April 1887, 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 ASHBURNER PRIZE,” consisting of Rs. (140) one hundred and forty, or of books of the like value, shall be awarded annually for the best Essay on some subject connected with Indian Arts, Manufacture, or Agriculture.

2. Competitors shall be Graduates, or holders of the Diploma in Agriculture of the University of Bombay of not more than seven years' standing from the date of their graduation 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 two years 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. The Prize shall not be awarded unless the Judges pronounce an Essay worthy of it.

7. On the occasions 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.

8. The Senate shall have the power, whenever it may think fit, to modify or alter the terms upon which the Prize may be awarded, or otherwise to deal with the income of the Fund, provided the object for which the Prize has been founded is kept in view.

YEAR.

SUBJECT.

PRIZEMAN,

COLLEGE,

Ditto.

1888... To what classes of Manufactures in Bombay No Essay received.

can scientific or methodical teaching be ap.
plied most advantageously, and what would be
the most practically effective mode of instruc-

tion ?
1989.. New Manufactures which might be advantage-

Ditto. ously introduced into India. 1890.. The best methods of improving Indian Agricul. Mehta, Markand Elphinstone. ture.

Nandshankar, B.A. 1391.. On the various kinds of Silver and Brass orna. No Essay received.

mental works manufactured in the Bombay
Presidency; with suggestions for its improve
ment, especially with a view to maintaining its

original standard of purity 18 regards design.
1892.. The Development of Paper Manufacture in Ditto.

Bombay Presidency. 1893.. Indian Pottery

Prize not awarded. 1994. How far is Scientific Agriculture suited to the

Ditto,
conditions of Western India ?
1595... History of the efforts to introduce European No Essay received.

Manufactures or Manufactures according to
European Processes into India, and the causes

of their success or failure.
1996.. To what extent are the Technical and Agricultu.

ral Schools as at present organised calculated
to exercise a beneficial influence on the Arts,
Manufactures and Agriculture of the Presiden-
cy, and what improvements in them and in
the Social circumstances of the People would

render their influence more effective ? 1897.. 'The Development of Paper Manufacture in India. Parekh, Odhavji Elphinstone and

Gopalji,

B.A. Samaldas. 1893.. To what extent and in what way is it the Duty of a Desai, Balvantrai Elphinstone. University to encourage Scientific Agriculture ? Shandubhai, B.Sc.,

LL.B. 1899.. New Manufactures which might be advantage- Nariman, Pheroze. St. Xavier's. ously introduced into India.

shah Rustomji,

B.A.
1900.. A description of some of the useful and orna. No Essay received.

mental Indian Arts that have died or are dying
out with a statement of the purposes to which

they were applied and how they can be revived.
1901.. Indian methods of sugar-refining and how they Ditto.

can be improved by the adoption of European

methods. 1902... The History of Indian Industries under British

Rule. 1903... Metal Working in Brass, Copper and Aluminium

in India. 1904.. The Decay of Indian Artistic Work and the

possibility of reviving it.

XLIX.

THE KUTCHI DIVAN BAHADUR MANIBHAI PRIZE. Divan Bahadur Manibhai Jusbhai, Divan of Kutch, offered a sum of Rs. 2,500 in Government 4 per cent. Promissory Notes for the found. ation of a Prize of the value of Rs. 100 to be called “THE KUTCHI Divan BAHADUR MANIBHAI PRIZE,” and to be awarded every year to a Kutchi Candidate who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks.

At a meeting of the Senate held on the 17th September 1886, 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 KUTCHI DIVAN BAHADUR MANIBHAI PRIZE,” consisting of Rs. (80) eighty, or of books of the like value

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