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2. The Jam Shri Vibhaji Scholarship

(Rs. 15 per mensem.)--Biennial.--Awarded to the highest in English amongst Natives of Kathiawar, as shown by University records.— Tenable at any College for two years. (Pages 370-72.)

3. The Cowasji Jehanghier Latin Scholarship

(Rs. 180.)-Awarded to the first in Latin.–Tenable for a year.--Scholar must continue Latin studies at an Arts College. (Pages 372-73.)

4. The David Sassoon Hebrew Scholarship

(Rs. 250 per annum.)—Biennial.- Awarded to the first in Hebrew since the last award.-Tenable for two years.-Scholar must continue Hebrew studies at an Arts College. (Pages 375-76.)

5. The Ellis Prize

(Rs. 50 in books.)-Awarded to the first in one of certain specified second languages. The language notified a year beforehand (1902 : in Hindustani). (Pages 377-78.)

6. The Hebbert and LaTouche Scholarship(Rs. 14 per mensem.)--Biennial.-Awarded to the highest amongst Natives of Soreth, as shown by University records.- Tenable at any College for two years. (Pages 379-80.)

7. The Bai Maneckbai Byramji Jijibhoy Prize(Rs. 70 in books.)-Awarded to the first in Natural Science. (Pages 386-87.) 8. The Rao Sir Pragmalji Scholarships

(Rs. 18 and 12 per mensem.)-Awarded to the first two in total amongst Cutchi candidates. (Failing one, or any such, to the first one or two among all Native candidates who have not obtained a Scholarship of equal or higher value.)-Tenable for three years at any College. (Pages 387-88.)

9. The Sir Jasyantsingji Scholarships

(Rs. 14 and 10 per mensem.)--Awarded to the first two among those who pass after studying for two years continuously at the Bhavnagar Alfred High School.-Tenable for tbree years at any College. (Pages 389-90.)

10. The Sinclair Prize

(Rs. 50.)- Awarded to the highest in Sanskrit or Persian among candidates from a High School in Berar. (Pages 402-3.)

11. The Sir George LeGrand Jacob Scholarship

(Rs. 8 a month.)- Awarded to the highest among candidates from schools in Savantvadi, Cutch, Kolhapur and Kathiawar,—Tenable for a year at any College. (Pages 406-7.)

12. The Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy Scholarship

(Rs. 160.)-Awar led to the highest among Mahomedan candidates.--Tenable for one year.-Scholar to prosecute studies at a recognized College or in Great Britain and Ireland. (Pages 409-10.)

13. The Sir Frank Souter Scholarships

(Rs. 14 per mensem.)-From one to three in number.-One awarıled to the first in Persian among Mahomedan candidates. Failing qualitied candidates

for this and the other two Scholarships (for the P.E. and the Intermediate Arts) to the first one, two, or three in the total among Mahomedans according to the number available. — Tenable for one year at any College, (Pages 414-16.)

14. The Bhau Saheb Desai Scholarships-

(Two of Rs. 10 per mensem each.)--Awarded to the two highest among candidates from a school in Nadiad.-Tenable for a year at any College. Pages 421-22.)

15. The Kutchi Divan Bahadur Manibhai Prize(Rs. 80.)-Awarded to the highest among Cutchi candidates. (Pages 424.25.) 16. The James Greaves Scholarship

(Rs. 12 per mensem.)- Awarded to the highest among candidates from a High School in Broach.—Tenable for one year at any College. (Pages 425-26.)

17. The Divan Bahadur Lakshman Jagannath Vaidya Scholarship(Rs. 160.)- Awarded to the highest among Kayasth Prabhu candidates. Tenable for a year at any College. (Pages 427-28.)

18. The Lady Reay Medical Scholarship(Rs. 10 per mensem.)- Awarded to the highest among female candidates.Tenable for one year at a Medical College. (Pages 432-34.)

19. The Bai Shirinbai Ratansha Parakh Scholarship

(Rs. 20 per mensem.)-- Awarded every five years to the highest among Parsi, pative or all female candidates (preference being given in that order) who have not obtained a Scholarship of equal or higher value.-Tenable for tive years. --Scholar must study for the L.M. & S. Degree at a Medical College, (Pages 440-41.)

20. The Vallabhdas Valji Scholarship(Rs. 12 per month.)—Awarded to the highest in Sanskrit among Bhatia candidates — Failing Sanskrit, to the highest in English among candidates of the same community.—Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 442-43.)

21. The Pestanji Hormasji Cama Scholarship

(Rs. 150 per annum.)- Awarded every year to the highest among poor Parsi female candidates ; failing qualified Parsi candidates to the highest among poor Hindu or Mahomedan female candidates. Tenable for five years. Scholar must study for the L.M. & S. Degree at a Medical College. (Pages 443-44.)

22. The R. M. Sayani Khoja Testimonial Scholarship

(Rs. 180.)—Awarded every year to the highest among Khoja Mabo. medan candidates.—Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 448-50.)

23. The Dosabhai Framji Cama Scholarship-

(Rs. 200.)—Awarded every year to the highest among Parsi candidates within the first ten and failing such a one to the highest. —Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 457-58.)

24. The Lord Sandhurst Scholarship

(Rs. 150.)-Awarded to the highest among Memon Mahomedan candidates. Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 463-64.)

25. The Uttarram Memorial Scholarship(Rs. 12-8 per mensem.)- Awarded to the highest in Elementary Science among Kathiavadi candidates.- Tenable for a year at any College. (Pages 467-68.)

26. The Narayan Mahadev Parmanand Prize (when not awarded for a Competitive Essay)

(Rs. 210)-Awarded to the highest among Hindu female candidates. (Pages 468-69.)

27. The Ebrahim Nurdin Scholarship or Prize

(Rs. 210)-Awarded to the highest among Dawudi Bohra Candidates. Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 469. 70.)

28. The Chatfield Scholarship

(Rs. 24 per mensem.)-Awarded to the highest among the sons and daughters of the past or present Masters and Mistresses of a Government, Local Board, Municipal or Aided Vernacular School at Matriculation.- Tenable at the (1) College of Science, (2) Grant Medical College, (3) Agricultural Department of any College affiliated to the University. (Pages 472-73.)

29. The Chatfield Prize

(Rs. 100) — Awarded to the highest among female candidates of purely native parentage. (Pages 472-73.)

30. The Rao Bahadur Karamsi Damji Scholarship,

(Rs. 210 per annum.) – Awarded to the highest among Cutchi Lohana candidates, and failing such a one to the highest among Cutchi Dassa Oswal Bania candidates.—Tenable for one year at any College. (Pages 473-74.)

31. The Miss Yamunabai Atmaram Dalvi Scholarship

(Rs. 210 per annum.) – Awarded to the highest in Sanskrit among female candidates, and failing such a one to the highest in Sanskrit among Saraswat Gauda (Shenwi) Brahmin candidates. —Tenable for a year at any College. (Pages 477-78.)

32. The Byramjee Nusservanjee Koyaji Scholarship and Silver Medal

(Scholarship and Medal worth Rs. 199).- Awarded to the highest in Elementary Science ainong Parsi candidates.—Tenable for one year at a Medical College. (Pages 478-79.)

33. The Mrs. Gangubai R. V. Dhamnaskar Scholarship

(The year's interest.)- Awarded to the highest among Maratha female candidates, and failing such a one to the highest among Maratha male candidates, Tenable for the full period of graduation at an Arts, Medical or Engineering College. (Pages 479-80.)

34. The Rajaram Govindram Scholarship

(The year's interest.)— Awarded to the highest among Visa Nagar Bania Candidates, and failing such a one to the highest in Sanskrit among Gujarati Hindu Candidates.—Tenable for one year at any College. (Pages 483-84.)

35. The Sir Dinshaw Manockjee Petit (First Baronet) Scholarship

(The year's interest. ) --Awarded to the highest in Persian.— Tenable for one year.-Scholar must continue his studies at an Arts College with Avesta and Pahlavi as his Second Language. (Pages 484-85.)

At the Previous Examination. 1. The David Sassoon Hebrew Scholarship

Awarded to the highest in Hebrew since the last award, failing candidates at Matriculation. (See At Matriculation, 4.) (Pages 375-76.)

2. The Hughlings Prize
(Rs. 80 in books.)-Awarded to the highest in English. (Page 395.)
3. The Venayekrao Jugonnathji Sunkersett Prize-
(Rs. 100 in books.)- Awarded to the highest in Sanskrit. (Page 398.)
4. The Kahandas Muncharam Scholarship-

(Rs. 200 per annum.) -- Awarded to the highest among Gujarati Hindu candi. dates.-- Tenable for a year at an Engineering College. (Pages 400-2.)

5. The Melvill Memorial Scholarship

(Rs. 17 per mensem.)—Biennial. “Awarded to the highest among candidates from Colleges in the Gaikwad Territory.- Tenable for two years.Scholar must study for B. A. or B.Sc. at any College. (Pages 412-13.)

6. The Sir Frank Souter Scholarship-(Rs. 14 per mensem.)-Awarded to the highest among Mahomedan candidates.- Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 414-16.)

7. The Majmudar Manishankar Kikani Sanskrit Scholarship

(Rs. 8 per mensem.)—Biennial.---- Awarded to the highest in Sanskrit amongst candidates who previous to Matriculation studied for two years in a Kathiawar High School, or failing such among natives of Gujarat. --Tenable for two years at any College. (Pages 418-19.)

8. The Bhavnagar Percival Scholarship

(Rs. 10 per mensem.)- Awarded to the highest among such candidates from Gujarat and Samaldas Colleges as matriculated from a school at Nadiad or Bhavnagar.-— Tenable for one year at a College. (Page 420.)

9. The Divan Bahadur Manibhai Cutch Memorial Scholarship in Arts

(Rs, 15 per mensem.)-Biennial.- Awarded to the highest among those who matriculated from a school in Cutch, Cutchis or Gujaratis (whether Hindu or Mahomedan), preference being given in that order.-Cutchi and Gujarati candidates should have matriculated from a school in the Presidency.- Tenable for two years.--Scholar to continue studies for B.A. at a College. (Pages 435-36.)

10. The Divan Bahadur Manibhai Cutch Memorial Scholarship for the encouragement of Technical Education

Awarded alternately with the above. In other respects similar to the above, except that the Scholar must join the Victoria Technical Institute or study for the B.Sc. at a College. Preference to be given to a candidate who would do the former. (Pages 435-36.)

11. The Gangabai Bhat Scholarship

(Rs. 165 per annum.) --- Awarded to the highest among unmarried Hindu female or male candidates under certain conditions.-Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 459-60.)

12. The Bai Aimai Kharshetji Rustamji Cama Scholarship

(Rs. 200 per annum.)—Awarded to the highest in Avesta and Pahlavi among Parsi candidates. Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 460-61.)

13. The Bai Dayakore Morarbhoy Vijbhukhandas Sanskrit Scholarship

(Rs. 175).— Awarded to the highest in Sanskrit.— Tenable for one year. Scholar must continue his Sanskrit studies at an Arts College. (Pages 462-63.)

14. The Abdulla Meheralli Dharamsi Khoja Testimonial Scholarship

(The year's interest.)- Awarded to the highest among Khoja Mahomedan candidates.-Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 475-76.)

At the Intermediate Arts Ecamination.

1. The Gibbs Prize

Rs. 70 in books.)- Awarded to the highes in the paper in Thysics. (Parcs 403-4.)

2. The Varjivandas Madhavdas Sanskrit Scholarship,

(Rs. 180.)- Awarded to the highest in Sanskrit.- Tenable for a year. Scholar must continue Sanskrit studies for B.A. at a College. (Pages 410-11.)

3. The Sir Frank Souter Scholarship for the Intermediate

(Rs. 14 per mensem.)- Awarded to the highest among Mahomedan candidates. — Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 414-16.)

4. The Gangabai Bhat Scholarship

(Rs. 165 per annum).--Awarded to the highest among unmarried Hindu fı male candidates or uncier certain circumstances to the highest among Hindu unmarried male candidates. — Tenable for one year at a College. (Pages 459-60.)

5. The Framji Sorabji Bhavnagri Scholarship

(Rs. 210 per ammum.)--Awarded under certain conditions to the highest in Avesta and Pahlavi among Parsi candidates.- Tenable for one year at College. (Pages 464-65.)

6. The Bao Bahadur Parvatishankar Manishankar Dave Scholarship

(Rs.13 per meusem.)- Awarded to the highest among Vadanagara Vaidik Nagar Brahmans, natives of the Surat District. Failing, such a one, to the highest among Vadanagara Vaidik Nagar Brahmans of Gujarat, Káthiáwár, Kachha and other places in that order.--Scholar must continue his studies for the B.A. degree at an Arts College. (Pages 481-52.)

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At the B.A. Eramination,

1. Kinloch Forbes Gold Medal and Prize

(See under First L L.B.) 2. The Ellis Scholarship

(Rs. 20 per mensem.)-Awarded to the highest in English. - Tenable for a year. (Pages 381-82.)

3. The Duke of Edinburgh Fellowship

(Rs. 360 per annuin.) --Biennial. - Awarded to the highest in Class 1.Fellow must continue studies at a College and present himself for M.A. within the time of his Fellowship.- Tenable for two years. (Pages 337-86.)

7. The James Taylor Prize

(Rs. 90 in books.)-Awarded to the highest in History and Political Econo. my in Class I or II. (Page 396.)

5. The Bhau Daji Prize(Rs. 170 in books.)- Awarded to the highest in Sanskrit. (Page 337.) 6. The Dhirajlal Mathuradas Scholarship(Rs. 200 per annum.)—Biennial.-Awarded to the highest among Gujarati Hindus. - Scholar inust study in a Law School,-Tenable for two years. (l'ages 401-2.)

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