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In August 1888 Rao Bahadur Motilal Lalbhai, President of the Divan Bahadur Manibhai Jasbhai Cutch Memorial Fund Committee, offered to the University a sum of Rs. 12,000 for the foundation of two Scholarships in honour of Divan Bahadur Manibhai Jasbhai, to be awarded in accordance with the conditions proposed by him.

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 “ Divan Bahadur MANIBHAT CUTCH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN Arts," of the value of Rs. 15 per mensem and tenable for two years, shall be awarded every alternate year to the candidate who, having matriculated from a High School in Cutch, passes the Previous Examination with the highest number of marks and prosecutes his studies for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts at a College recognized in Arts up to the B.A.

2. A Scholarship, to be called the “Divan BAHADUR MANIBHAI CUTCH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP" for the encouragement of technical education, of the value of Rs. 15 per mensem and tenable for two years, shall be awarded every alternate year in which the first Scholarship is not awarded, to the candidate who, having matriculated from a High School in Cutch, passes the Previous Examination with the highest number of marks and joins the Victoria Technical Institute, or joining an Institution recognized by the University for the purposes of the Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Science prosecutes his studies for that Degree, preference being given to a student who joins the Victoria Technical Institute.

3. Failing candidates qualified under the preceding regulations the Scholarship shall be awarded to Cutchis or Gujaratis, * whether Hindu or Mahomedan, who pass the Previous Examination, with the highest number of marks after having matriculated from any school in the Bombay Presidency, including the Native States, and thereafter study at the respective Institutions mentioned above, preference being given to Cutchi candidates.

By Cutchis or Gujaratis are intended youths born in Cutch or Gujarat, or youths whose athers were born in Cutch or Gujarat.

4. Candidates must forward their applications to the Registrar (vide Forms AAP and AAQ) with their applications for permission to attend the Previous Examination of the same year.

5. The candidates elected must satisfy the Registrar, within six weeks from the date of election, that they have joined a recognized College or the Victoria Technical Institute.

6. The stipend of the Scholarships shall be payable half-yearly on a bill to be drawn by the Head of such College or the Institute, who shall certify under his signature on_such bill that the scholar is in regular attendance at the College or Institute, that his conduct is good, and that his progress in his studies is satisfactory.

7. Should the scholars discontinue their University study or studies at the Institute, or be unfavourably reported on by the Head of the College or Institute, it shall be in the discretion of the Syndicate to stop payment of the stipend, or to deolare the Scholarships forfeited.

8. 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.

9. 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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In April 1888 the Honorary Secretaries, Sujna Gokulji Zala Memorial Fund, offered to the University a sum of Rs. 15,000 for the found* Of the value of Rs. 12 per mensem and tenable for two years.

ation of a prize in honour of the late Rao Bahadur Sujna Gokulji Sampattiram Zala, Divan of Junagad, in accordance with certain conditions proposed by them.

Ata meeting of the Senate, held on the 31st January 1889, 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 of Rs. 400, to be called the “ Suna GOKULJI ZALA VEDANT PRIZE,” shall be awarded annually to the candidate who passes the Examination for the Degree of M.A. of that year, and who may be reported by the Examiners as most proficient in the portion of the Vedanta of Sankaracharya prescribed by the University, and as having shown conspicuous merit therein.*

2. Candidates for the Prize must forward an application (vide Form AAR) with their applications for permission to appear at the M.A. Examination.

3. Sums undisposed of under the above rules will be applied by the Syndicate to the furtherance of the general purposes of the endowment especially as follows:-It may be awarded to any Graduate of whatever standing, or any learned person who shall write the best Essay in English on a subject connected with the Vedanta as expounded by the Sankara school.

4. Failing disposal according to either of the above alternatives, the Prize will be awarded to the best translator or editor of any work selected by the University on the said subject.

5. Whenever, and so far as the funds available will permit, the said essay, translation or edition shall be printed and published, and copies of the work distributed to the leading Universities, Colleges and Libraries of India, Europe and America, provided always that all expenses of, or incidental to, the printing, publication and distribution of the essay, translation or edition shall not exceed one-fourth of the total amount available for any one year.

6. 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 that the object for which the Prize was founded is kept in view.

YEAR.

SUBJECT,

PRIZEMAN.

COLLEGY,

1889

.O.

1890

For an Essay on the following subject :- Apte, Raghu Elphinstone,
Discuss the Doctrine of Måyå : its nath Narayan,
existence in the Vedanta Satras, and M.A., LL, B,
development in the later Vedanta.
Prize not awarded at M.A. Subject Natu, Trimbak Ditto.
announced for competitive Essays:- Gangadhar,
“Discussion of the alleged resemblances B.A.
between the doctrines of S'amkara-

charya and Bishop Berkley."
- Prize not awarded at M.A. Subject for

competitive Essays :- An Examination
of Samkara's refutation of the Sámkhya
theory. No Essay received. Work Natu, Trimbak Ditto.
prescribed for translation: Sures'va- Gangadhar,
râchårya's Naishkar Idhi.

B.A. (Transla.
tor.)

1891

*an additional paper in the prescribed books on Vedanta, to be answered in Sanskrit, will be set to the Candidates for the Prize.

YEAR.

SUBJECT.

PRIZEMAN.

COLLEGE.

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Prize not awarded at M... Subject for

Prize not
competitive Essays :-How far does the awarded.
Vedant of the Samkara school form part
of the popular religion of Western
India ? No Essay received. Work pre-
scribed for translation: Aparokshånu-
bhuti.
Prize not awarded at M.A. Subject for Bhadka mk a r, Deccan,
competitive Essays :- Whether the Hari Mahadev,
Bhagavadgîtå teaches a definite system B.A. (Trans-
of Vedanta, and, if so, which No lator.)
Essay recoived. Work prescribed for
translation: Aitareya Upanishad with
S'ankarácharya's Bhashya on it.
Prize not awarded at M.X. Subject for Mehta, Narma- Baroda.
competitive Essays :-Vedanta Siddhân- da shankar
ta-bheda: or an account of the doctri. Devshankar
nal differences among the various fol- B.A.
lowers of S'amkaracharya.
Prize awarded at M.A.

Paranjpe, Shiv. Deccan.
ram Mahadev.

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Ditto

Kalsulkar, Shan- Ditto.

kar Vithal. Ditto

Buch, Ganeshrai Wilson,

Dulerai,
Prize not awarded at M.A. Subject for
competitive Essays -How far does the
Vedanta of the S'ankara school form part
of the popular religion of Western India?
Prize not awarded at M.A. Subject for

Prize not
competitive Essays :-An Examination awarded.
of S'amkara's refutation of the Sám-
khya theory.
Prize awarded at M.A.

Terigundi, Ram-| Deccan,

chandra Gande

rao.
Prize not awarded at M.A. Subject for
competitive Essays :--A Critical Examin.
ation of the Das'opnishads and the
Svetâs'vatara to determine what system
or systems of the Vedanta they teach."

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LX.

THE MOHOBAT FELLOWSHIP.

In February 1887, Vazier Sheikh Bahauddin of Junagad wishing to perpetuate the memory of his brother the late Sir Mohobatkhan Babadur, K.C.S.I., Navab of Junagad, offered to the University, through His Highness the Navab of Junagad and the Government of Bombay, a sum of Rs. 30,000 in 4 per cent. Government paper for the foundation of a Fellowship to be awarded in accordance with certain conditions proposed by him.

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

The Fellowship will be awarded in accordance with the following regulations:

* The Essays to be sent in on or before the Fourth Monday in June 1903.

1. A Fellowship, to be called the "MOHOBAT FELLOWSHIP," of the value of Rs. (80) eighty per mensem and tenable for two years, shall be awarded every alternate year or whenever vacant.

2. The appointment to the Mohobat Fellowship shall be made by the Syndicate by selection from among the Graduates of the Degree of B.A., or B.Sc., of the year in which the appointment is made, and of the year immediately preceding, preference being given to a Mahomedan Candidate of the requisite attainments and distinction. In the absence of a suitable Mahomedan Candidate, preference shall be given to a Hindu Candidate of the required qualifications from Kathiawar, Gujarat and the Deccan in that order. The Fellowship when vacant shall be announced for competition. Applications should be sent to the Registrar under Form (AAS).

3. The Candidate selected will be required to place his services as tutor or lecturer at the disposal of one of the Colleges affiliated to the University. His appointment as tutor or lecturer shall be to the Junagad College, * except under circumstances calling, in the opinion of the Syndicate, for a different arrangement.

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In January 1889, the Honorary Secretaries to the Judge Spencer Memorial Fund offered to the University, on behalf of the subscribers, a sum of Rs. 5,100, in 4 per cent. Government paper, for the foundation of a Prize in memory of the long and distinguished services of the late Mr. N. Spencer as a Judge of the local Small Causes Court, the Prize being awarded to a Candidate who passes the LL.B. Examination with the highest number of marks on the whole.

At a meeting of the Senate held on the 12th April 1889, 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 “ JUDGE SPENCER Prize," consisting of books of the value of Rs. 150, shall be awarded annually to the Candidate who passes the Second Examination for the degree of Bachelor of Laws with the highest number of marks.

* Up to 1902 the Fellowship was attached to the Gujarat College, Ahmedabad.

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