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7. The Narayan Vasudev Scholarship

(Rs. 180.)—Awarded alternately to the highest in Physical and Biological Sciences. --Scholar must continue studies at a College. — Tenable for a year. (Pages 404-5.)

8. The Cobden Club Medal-
Awarded to the highest in Political Economy. (Pages 405-6.)
9. The Sir James Fergusson Scholarship in Arts

(Rs. 40 per mensem.)- Awarded to the highest, once in every four years and also when there is no suitable candidate at B.Sc.-Scholar must continue studies at a College or otherwise with the approval of the Syndicate. — Tenable for two years. (Pages 431-32.)

10. The Wordsworth Scholarship and Prize

(Scholarship : Rs. 20 per mensem; and Prize : Rs. 45 in books.)---Awarded to the highest in Compulsory History. --Scholarship tenable for one year. (Pages 455-56.)

11. The Perozshaw Merwanji Jijibhai Avesta and Pahlavi Scholarship,

(Rs. 200 per annum.)-Awarded to the highest in Avesta and Pahlavi among Parsi candidates. (Pages 461-62.)

12. The Narayan Mahadev Parmanand Prize (when awarded neither for an Essay nor at the Matriculation)

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

To a Graduate of the Degree of B.A. or B.Sc. The Mohobat Fellowship

(Rs. 80 per mensem.)-Biennial.-Fellow to be selected from the B.A.'s and B.Sc.'s of the year of the award and the year previous. Preference to be given to a Mahomedan, and a Hindu from Kathiawar, Gujarat and the Deccan in that order. – Tenable for two years. To be appointed, as a general rule, to the Bahauddin College. (Pages 438-39.)

At the Intermediate Science Examination.
The Sir Dinshaw Manockjee Petit (First Baronet) Science Scholarship-

(The year's interest.)- Awarded to the highest in the First Class.—Tenable for one year.-Scholar must continue his studies for the B.Sc. degree at a recognised College. (Pages 485-86.)

At the B.Sc. Examination. The Sir James Fergusson Scholarship in Arts

Award to alternate with that at B.A.-Awarded to the highest, once in every four years and also when there is no suitable candidate at B.A.-In other respects exactly as at B.A. (Pages 431-32.)

At the M.A. Examination. 1. The Bhugwandass Purshotumdass Sanskrit Scholarship(Rs. 500.)-Awarded to the highest in Sanskrit. — Tenable for a year. (Pages 464-65.)

2. The Chancellor's Medal

Assigned to a particular branch of study in a particular year and awarded to the highest in that branch in Class I. Failing such, to the highest in Class I in other branches. (Page 383.)

3. The Jamshedji Nasarwanji Petit Zend Scholarship

(Rs. 200.)- Awarded to the highest in Avesta and Pahlavi. — Tenable for a year. (Pages 431-35.)

4. The Sujna Gokulji Zala Vedânta Prize

(Rs. 400.)- Awarded to the highest in Vedanta (in the ordinary M.A. paper together with the paper set specially for the prize.) (Pages 436-38.)

5. The Kashinath Trimbak Telang Gold Medal and Prize

(Medal and Prize worth about Rs. 228.)- Awarded to the highest in History or Philosophy in Class I or II (1902: in Philosophy.) (Pages 456-57.)

At the First LL.B. Eramination. 1. The Kinloch Forbes Gold Medal with Prize

(Medal and Prize of books worth Rs. 400.)— Awarded to the highest among candi lates getting 60 per cent. marks or more in General Jurisprudence and Roman Law at B.A. or First LL.B. (Pages 373-74.),

2. The Nandshankar Parvatishankar Dave Scholarship

(Rs. 10 per mensem.)--Awarded to the highest among Vadanagara Vaidik Nagar Brahmans, natives of the Surat District. Failing such a one, to the bighest among Vadanagara Vaidik Nagar Biahmans of Gujarat, Kathia war, Kachha, and other places in that order. -Scholar must prosecute his studies for the LL.B. degree at a Law Collego. (Pages 481-82.)

At the Second LL.B. Examination. 1. The Arnould Scholarship

(Rs. 17 a month.)- Awarded to the highest in the paper on Succession and Family Rights.- Tenable for a year. (Page 384.)

2. The Judge Spencer Prize-
(Rs. 150 in books.)-Awarded to the highest. (Pages 439-40.)
3. The Mancherji Nowroji Banaji Scholarship-

(Rs. 180.)- Awarded to the highest among Parsi candidates in the paper in Equity, provided he obtains not less than 50 per cent. of the marks in that paper. -Tenable for one year. (Page 452.)

4. The Sir Mangaldas Nathubhai Legal Scholarship

(The year's interest.)-Awarded to the highest, on condition that he prosecutes bis legal studies with a view to qualify himself for admission as an Advocate of the High Court of Bombay. Tenable for three years. Pages 471-72.)

At the First Examination in Medicine. 1. The Mrs. Satyavati Lalubhai Samaldas Scholarship

(About Rs. 200, or the year's interest.)-Awarded to the highest among Hindu female candidates, provided she has obtained no ot ier Scholarship of equal or higher value and to any other female candidate failing a Hindu.—Tenable for one year at a Medical College. (Pages 452-54.)

2. The Sir Dinshaw Manekji Petit Medical Scholarship

(Rs. 220.)-Awarded to the highest among the female candidates and specially recommended by the Examiners. — Tenable for one year at a Medical College. (Pages 454-55.)

At the Second Examination in Medicine. 1. The Sir James Fergusson Scholarship in Medicine

(Rs. 20 per mensem.)- Awarded to the highest among female candidates.Tenable for one year at a Medical College. (Pages 431-32.)

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At the L.M. & S. Examination. 1. The Charles Morehead Prize (Rs. 150.) — Awarded to the highest in Clinical Medicine (Pages 416-17.) 2. The Balkrishna Sudamji Prize

(Rs. 150.)--Awarded to the highest in Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children. (Pages 417-18.)

3. The Queen-Empress Silver Medal Awarded to the highest among female candidates. (Page 422.) 4. The Scholarship of the Medical Women for India Fund of 1883–

(Rs. 150.)- Awarded to the highest among female candidates.—Tenable for a year. (Pages 430-31.)

5. The Lady Reay Gold Medal-
Awarded every third year to the same as above. (Pages 432-34.)
6. The Bai Shirinbai Ratansha Parakh Medal and Prize-

Awarded to the highest among male candidates in Class I in the year following that in which the scholarship is not awarded (At Matriculation, 19). (Pages 440-41.)

7. The Bai Hirabai Pestanji Hormasji Cama Gold Medal

(Rs. 200.)--Awarded to the highest among female candidates in Surgery or Midwifery (in alternate years) (1902: in Midwifery). (Page 445.)

8. The J. C. Lisboa Gold Medal A warded to the highest in Surgery among male candidates. (Pages 471-75.)

At the M.D. Examination. 1. The Queen-Empress Gold Medal Awarded to the highest in Class I among female candidates. (Page 422.)

At the F.C.E. Examination. 1. The Colonel Patrick French Scholarship

(Rs. 200.)--Awarded to the highest. — Tenable for a year at an Engineering College. (Pages 426-27.)

At the L.C.E. Examination. 1. The James Berkley Gold Medal and Prize

(Medal and Prize of books on Engineering worth Rs. 370.)— Awarded to the highest, provided he be specially recommended by the Examiners in Engineering and Engineering Drawing. (Pages 376-77.)

2. The Merwanji Framji Panday Scholarship

(Rs. 18 a month.) – Awarded to the highest in Mechanical Engineering. Tenable for a year, (Page 399.)

3. The Jamshedji Dorabji Naegaumvala Prize

(Rs. 100 in books.)-Awarded to the highest in Surveying and Project. (Pages 411-12.)

For Essays, &c. 1. The Manocki Limji Gold Medal

For the best essay by a graduate of not more than five years' standing on a prescribed subject which in alternate years will be (a) some question of Indian History or Antiquities and (b) some question connected with the introduction into India of European Science and Art. (Pages 361-64.)

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2 The Homeji Cursetji Dady Prize

(Rs. 320 in books.) – For the best essay by a graduate or undergraduate of pot more than six years' standing from Matriculation on a prescribed subject which will be literary or historical or, every alternate year, scientific. (Pages 366-68.)

3. The Karsandas Mulji Prize

(Rs. 150 in books.) For the best English essay by a graduate or undergraduate of not more than six years' standing from Matriculation on some prescribed moral or social subject. (Pages 390-92.)

4. The Dossabhai Hormusji Cama Prize

(Rs. 500 in books.)—Biennial.--For the best essay, on some prescribed medical subject, by an L.M., L.M. & S., or G.G.M.C. (Pages 393-95.)

5. The Sir George LeGrand Jacob Prize

(Books worth the year's interest.)— For the best essay by a graduate or undergraduate of not more than seven years' standing from Matriculation on some prescribed subject illustrating or relating to the advantages derived by India from British Rule. (Pages 407-9.)

6. The Ashburner Prize(Rs. 140.)--- For the best essay by a graduate or a diplomate in agriculture of not more than seven years' standing on some prescribed subject connected with Indian arts, manufacture, or agriculture. (Pages 423-24.)

7. The Vishvanath Narayan Mandlik Gold Medal —

For the best essay by a graduate of not more than ten years' standing on some prescribed subject connected with Sanskrit Literature. (Pages 428-30.)

8. The Sujna Gokulji Zala Vedanta Prize (when not awarded at the M.A.)

For the best essay on some prescribed subject connected with Advaita Vedanta or for the best translation or edition of a selected work. (Pages 436-38.)

9. The Bai Hirabai Pestanji Hormasji Cama Prize (when the fund permit)

For the best essay by a female graduate on a prescribed subject connected with the diseases of women and children. (Page 445.)

10. The Pandit Bhagvanlal Indraji Gold Medal and Prize

(Medal and Prize of books worth Rs. 275.)–For the best essay by a graduate of not more than 15 years' standing on some prescribed subject connected with Indian Epigraphy, Antiquities or Archæology. (Pages 450-5l.)

11. The Dr. Theodore Cooke Memorial Prize

(Prize worth Rs. 399.)—Biennial.-For the best essay by a graduate in Engineering of not more than seven years' standing on some prescribed subject connected with Engineering. (Pages 465-67.)

12. The Narayan Mahadev Parmanand Prize

(Rs. 210)— For the best essay in Marathi or Gujarati alternately on some prescribed subject connected with Indian Social Reform, Philosophy and History of religions, History, Biography and Indian Economics. (Pages 468-69.)

13. The Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy, Third Baronet, Prize

(Rs. 1,100.)-Awarded every tenth year to the best Essay by graduates or undergraduates or members of any University on some prescribed Iranian subject. (Pages 482-83.)

Travelling Fellowship and Scholarships of a similar nature. 1. The Munguldass Nathubhoy Travelling Fellowship

(Rs. 700 a year plus accumulations.)— Tenable for three years.-Appointment made by Syndicate by selection out of applicants. ---Candidates must be graduates of not more than five years' standing. (Pages 360-61.)

2. The Government of India Scholarship (when at the disposal of this University)

(£200 a year.)-Open to men only.-Awarded to Native Graduates under 22.–Tenable for three years in England-Scholar must join Oxford or Cam. bridge University. (Pages 446-18.)

3. The Sir Mangaldas Nathubhai Scholarships

(Two every year and an additional one every third year, each of the annual value of the interest on Rs. 50,000.)-Open to Hindu graduates only.-—Tenable for three years in England. -Extension of the period of tenure may be granted at the discretion of the Syndicate.--Scholars must reside in England for the purpose of receiving technical education. (Pages 476-77.)

Lectureships. 1. The Wilson Philological Lectureship

(Rs. 840.) — Lectures not fewer than 6 to be delivered during the cold weather term on a selected subject out of the four laid down. (Pages 380-81.)

2. The Pandit Bhagvanlal Indraji Lectureship

(Rs. 1,000.) —Not fewer than 6 lectures to be delivered on Indian Epigraphy, Antiquities or Archäology. - Available only when the Medal and Prize have not been awarded for four years. (Pages 450-51.)

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