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YEAR.

SUBJECT.

MEDALLIST.

COLLEGE,

1839.. The Smritis, their History and Position in the Medal not awarded.

Dharmas'astra. 1890.. A Survey of the Upanishad Literature

Ditto. 1891. The Date of Kalidasa and a Historic Survey of No Essay received. the works attributed to him.

R. N. Apte, M. A., Elphinstone.

LL.B.* 1892.. A brief survey of Manu Smriti from the historie Medal not awarded.

cal point of view. 1893.. A comparison of the S'is'upâlavadha and the No Essay received.

Kiråtárjuniya, together with a Discussion of

their respective Dates. 1894.. A Comparison of the Manu and Yajnavalkya Medal not awarded.

Smritis, 1895.. History and Chronology of the Sanskrit Kavya No Essay receired.

Literature,
1896.. The relations between the Dharma Sutras and Ditto.

the Metrical Smritis and the History of the
Development of Hindu Law as disclosed by

these two sets of works.
1897.. A Comparison of Aryan Manners and Morals as Medal not awarded.

Disclosed in the Great Epics—Ramayan and

Mahabharat. 1898.. A Survey of the Upanishad Literature

No Ersay received. 1899.. History and Chronology of the Sanskrit Kavya Ditto.

Literature.
1900.. A Survey of the Upanishad Literature ... Hari Govind Limaye, Fergusson.

M.A., (Prize of
Books of the value

of Rs 100). 1901.. The Manners and Customs of the Aryans in India

as disclosed in the Ramayan and Mahabharat. 1902.. The Relations between the Dharma Sutras and

the Metrical Smritis and the History of the
Development of Hindu Law as disclosed in these

two sets of works
1903.. History and Chronology of the Sanskrit Kávya

Literature,

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LIV.
THE SCHOLARSHIP OF THE MEDICAL WOMEN FOR

INDIA FUND OF 1883.
In June 1888, Mr. H. M. Phipson, Honorary Secretary, Medical
Women for India Fund, offered to the University a sum of Rs. 3,000 in
Debenture Bonds in the Bombay Tramway Company for the foundation
of a “SCHOLARSHIP OF THE MEDICAL WOMEN FOR INDIA FUND OF 1883"
to be awarded to the Female Candidate who passes the Examination for
the Degree of L. M. & S. with the highest number of marks.

At a meeting of the Senate held on the 31st January 1889 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 SCHOLARSHIP OF THE MEDICAL WOMEN FOR India FUND OF 1883,” of the present value of Rs. 150, tenable for one year and payable half-yearly, shall be awarded every year to the Female Čandidate who passes the examination for the Degree of L.M.& S. with the highest number of marks.

2. The name of the successful Candidate will be published with the list of candidates who pass the examination for the Degree of L.M. & S. 3. 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

* The same subject was again prescribed for an extra medal,

such manner as they shall think best fitted for furthering the objects and purposes of the endowment.

4. 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 Scholarship has been founded is kept in view.

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In June 1888 the Honourable F. Forbes Adam and Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy, Bart., C.S.I., offered a sum of Rs. 22,500 in 4 per cent. Government Paper, for the foundation of two Scholarships, in hononr of Sir James Fergusson, the late Governor of Bombay, one to be awarded to a B.A. or B.Sc., and the other to a Female Medical Student of the third or fourth year.

At a meeting of the Senate held on the 31st January 1889, this offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

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

1. A Scholarship, to be called “THE SIR JAMES FERGUSON SCHOLARSHIP IN Arts,” of the value of Rs. (40) forty per mensem and tenable for two years, shall be awarded biennially to the Candidate who passes the Examination for the Degree of B.A. with the highest number of marks, and to the Candidate who passes the Second Examination for the Degree of B.Sc. with the highest number of marks, alternately, on condition that the Scholar continues his studies at one of the Colleges or Institutions recognized by the University of Bombay, or otherwise as may in each case be approved by the Syndicate : provided that in 1894 the Scholarship be awarded on the results of both the Second B.A, and B.A. Examinations. In the event of there being at the time of any award no suitable Candidate of the class to which the Scholarship would ordinarily fall to be awarded, it shall be awarded to a suitable Candidate of the other class. But such special award shall not otherwise disturb the ordinary rotation as fixed by the first award.

2. A Scholarship, to be called “THE SIR James Fergusson SCHOLARSHIP IN MEDICINE," of the value of Rs. 20 (twenty) per mensem and tenable for one year, shall be awarded annually to the Female Candidate who passes the Second Examination in Medicine with the highest number of marks, on condition that she continues her medical studies at one of the Colleges or Institutions recognized by the University of Bombay, or otherwise as may in each case be approved by the Syndicate.

3. 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 objects and purposes of the endowment.

4. 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 that the object for which the Scholarships have been founded is kept in view.

YEAR.

SUBJECT.

SCHOLAR.

COLLEGE,

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Medicine
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Medicine

1895

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Ribeiro, Julio, B.A. Free General Assembly's In

stitution,
McKenzie, Alice Lear- Grant Medical College.

mouth.
DaCunha, Emmeline

Ditto.
Bellary Raghavaya, B.Sc. College of Science, Poona.
Barnard, Mary

Grant Medical College.
Patak, Pestonji Sorabji, Elphinstone College.

B.A.
Tarkhad, Manak

Grant Medical College.
Graham, Mildred Eva

Ditto.
Paranjpye, Raghunath Fergusson College.

Purshottam, B.Sc.
Scholarship not awarded.
Khambatta, Mithibai C.J. Grant Medical College.
Vakil, Manchershah Rus. St. Xavier's College.
tomji, B.A.
Mehta, Avanbai Manockji Grant Medical College.
Smith, Emma

Ditto.
Dani, Damodar Ganesh,.. College of Science.

B.Sc.
Scholarship not awarded..
Kelavkar, Krishnabai Grant Medical College.
Wadia, Bomanji Jamsetji, St. Xavier's College.

B.A.
Lamb, Isabella Adamson. Grant Medical College.
Doctor, Goolbai Maneck. Ditto.
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1899

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In October 1888 Mr. Harkisandas Narottamdas, in a letter to the address of the Vice-Chancellor, the Reverend D. Mackichan, M.A., D.D., offered to the University a sum of Rs. 5,500* in 4 per cent. and Rs. 500 in 4 per cent. Government Paper for the foundation of a Gold Medal and a Scholarship in honour of Her Excellency Lady Reay in view of the distinguished services rendered by her Ladyship to the cause of Medical Education of women in Western India, the Scholarship being

* Of these only Rs. 4,500 were made over to the University, Rs. 1,000 having been expended on the dies for the medal and the cost of the first medal,

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awarded to a female Medical Student and the Medal to a Female Candi. date who passes the Examination for the Degree of L.M. & S. with the highest number of marks.

At a meeting of the Senate held on 31st January 1889, this offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

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

1. . A Gold Medal, to be entitled “THE Lady Reay Gold Medal,” shall be awarded once in every three years * to the Female Candidate who passes the Examination for the Degree of L.M. & S. with the highest number of marks. The name of the candidate to whom the Medal is awarded shall be published with the list of the successful candidates, and the Medal shall be presented at the Convocation for conferring Degrees.

2. A Prize consisting of books of the value of the surplus left over out of the annual income of the Fund,t after defraying the cost of the Medal, shall also be awarded to the Medallist.

3. A Scholarship, to be called the “LADY REAY MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP," of the value of Rs. 10 a month and tenable for one year, shall be awarded annually to the female candidate who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks, on condition that she prosecutes her studies, during her tenure of the Scholarship, in a College or Institution recognized in Medicine by the University of Bombay.

4. Candidates for the Scholarship must forward their applications to the Registrar (vide Form AAO) with their applications for permission to attend the Matriculation Examination of the same year.

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

6. The stipend of the Scholarship shall be payable monthly on a bill drawn by the Head of the College, which bill shall certify, under his signature, that the scholar is in regular attendance at the College, that her conduct is good, and that her progress in University studies is satisfactory.

7. Should the scholar discontinue her University studies, or be unfavourably reported on by the Head of her College, the Syndicate shall declare the Scholarship to be forfeited.

8. 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.

9. In case of the Medal not being awarded and the Scholarship lapsing through forfeiture or otherwise, during the course of the year, 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.

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

* Up to 1898 the medal was awarded annually.

tie., the portion of the income available for the Medal. B 1961-37

YEAR.

MEDALLIST OR SCHOLAR.

COLLEGE OR SCHOOL.

888 1889 1890

1891

1892

1693

1894

1895 1 896

Walke, Annie (Medallist)

Grant Medical College,
Conway, Mary Maud (Scholar)

Cathedral Girls' School.
Farrell, Ethel (Scholar)

Ditto,
Cama, Freany K. R. (Medallist)

Grant Medical College.
Pearson, May MacMullen (Scholar) John Connon High School,
Dunn, Annie M. (Medallist)

Grant Medical College.
Ferreira, Cecilia (Scholar)

Convent School, Fort.
DaCunha, Emmeline (Medallist)

Grant Medical College,
Fernandez, Nataline (Scholar)

I, F.N. S. and Instruction Society,
Tarkhad, Manak (Medallist)

Grant Medical College.
Dastur, Bachubai Mancherji (Scholar) Empress High School for Girls.
Marrett, Ethel (Scholar)

Scottish High School, Byculla.
Commissariat, Sherin H. (Scholar) Alexandra N. G. E. Institution,
Khambatta, Mithibai C. (Medallist) Grant Medical College.
Wadia, Dhunbai Hormasji (Scholar) Frere Fletcher School.
Khareghat, Meherbai N. (Medallist) Grant Medical College.
Doctor, Gulbai Manekshaw (Scholar) Girton House High School, Grant Road,
Bridge-Inspector, Maneck bai Nusserwanji Private Tuition.

(Scholar).
Nazar, Ruttonbai Cooverji (Scholar) Karkaria and Dhondi's Matriculation Class
Kelavkar, Krishpabai Krishnarao Grant Medical College.

(Medailist )
Gomes, Kathleen (Scholar)..

Convent School, Fort.

1897

.

1899

1899

1900

1901

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LVII,

THE JAMSHEDJI NASARVANJI PETIT ZEND SCHOLARSHIP.

In February 1887 the late Mr. Jamshedji Nasarvanji Petit offered to the University, with a view to encourage the study of Zend, a sum of Rs. 4,500 in Government Paper for the foundation of a Scholarship to be awarded to the Candidate who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest number of marks in Zend. Mr. Petit afterwards changed the offer to one of Rs. 5,000 in a Bombay Port Trust Bond, and as Zend was about to be recognized for the M.A. only, signified his wish that the Scholarship should be awarded at the M.A.

At a meeting of the Senate held on the 31st January 1889, 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 JAMSHEDJI NASARVANJI PETIT SCHOLARSHIP,” of the value of Rs. 200 (two hundred), tenable for one year and payable half-yearly, shall be awarded every year to the candidate who passes the Examination for the Degree of M.A., with the highest number of marks in Zend and Pahlavi.

2. The name of the successful candidate shall be published with the list of candidates who pass the Examination for the Degree of M.A.

3. Any surplus which may arise from the vacancy of the Scholarship during any year or part of a year shall be added to the principal : and such accumulations shall be eventually used for founding another Scholarship or Prize, as the Senate may deem fit.

4. 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 Scholarship has been founded is kept in view,

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