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The amendment on being put to the vote was

Lost, The original proposition was then put to the vote and

Carried. 3. It was proposed by Mr. Chimanlal II. Setalvad, B.A., LL.B., and seconded by the Rev. F. Dreckmann, S.J.

" That a special grace he passed suspending the operation of Regulation 8 of the Regulations for the Sir Mangaldas Nathubhai Scholarships (p. 441 of the Calendar for 1900-1901, in so far as it relates to the scholars' departure for England) in the case of Mr. N. D. Daru, one of the scholars for 1901, and permitting him to proceed to England in August next."

Carried.

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A meeting of the Senate was held in the Sir Cowasji Jehanghier Hall of the University on Thursday, the 8th August 1901, at 5-15 P.M. Present:

The Honourable Mr. Justice E. T. Candy, I.C.S., Vice-Chancellor ; the Honourable Mr. E. Giles, M.A.; the Honourable Mr. P. M. Mehta, M.A., C.I.E. ; Temulji Bhikaji Nariman, L.M. ; W. C. Hughes, M. Inst.C.E., C.I.E.; W. H. Sharp, M.A. ; the Rev. F. Dreckmann, S.J. ; Chimanlal H. Setalvad, B.A., LÌ.B. ; the Honourable Mr. Justice N. G. Chandavarkar, B.A., LL.B. ; Lieut.-Col. H. P. Dimmock, M.D., &c., I.M.S.; N. A. F. Moos, B.Sc., LC E., &c.; D. MacDonald, M.D., B.Sc., C.M.; M. B. Cola, M.D.; R. M. Sayani, M.A., LL.B.; Shantaram Vithal, L.M.; Cowasji Hormasji, G.G.M.C. ; Joseph Ezekiel, Esq.; D. N. Wadia, M.A.; the Honourable Mr. Justice E. McG. H. Fulton, I.C.S. ; Khan Bahadur R. M. Putel, M.A., LL.B.; the Honourable Sir Bhalohandra Krishna, Kt., L.M. ; Shams-ul-Ulma J. J. Modi, B.A.; the Honourable Mr. G. K. Parakh, B.A., LL.B. ; the Rev. R. Scott, M:A. ; M. N. Wadia, B.A.; Rao Bahadur Shantaram Vinayak Kantak, L.M. ; M. M. Munshi, B.A., LL.B. ; Faizullabhai L. Mulla, B.A. ; E. D. Talati, B.A. ; Jamietram Nanabhai, B.A., LL.B. ; the Rev. E. Usteri, S.J.; K. B. Wagle, M.A. ; Ismael Jan Mabamad, L.M. & S.; 0. V. Muller, M.A.; Rustam K. R. Kama, B.A., LL.B.; J.M. Antia, M.A.; J. E. Davar, Officier de Academie, Univ. Gallic. ; James MacDonald, Esq. ; K. K. Modi, B.A.; Kalabhai Lallubhai, Esq.; the Rev. W. H. Wallrath, S.J.; D. G. Padhye, M.A.; Casim S. Thariani, M.A.; N.G. Welinkar, M.A., LL.B. ; K. E. Dadachanji, L.M. & S. ; the Honourable Mr. H. S. Dikshit, B.A., LL.B.; B. E. Ghasvala, L.M. & S., F.C.S.; Matubhai Kasanbhai, B.A., LL.B. ; Lieut.-Col. K. S. Nariman, I.M.S.; H. M. Bhadkamkar, B.A.; K. K. Kapadia, M.A.; K. Subramani Aiyar, BA., L.T., A.S.A.A.; Miss A. E. Edge ; G. B. Kher, L.M. & S. ; Sorab K. Nariman, M.D., D.P.H., &c.; N. M. Samarth, B.A., LL.B.; and P.N. Wadia, Esq. 1. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. 2. The following Degrees were then conferred in absentia :

L.C.E.

Pass.
Mahadev Vinayak Tilak

College of Science.
L.M. & S.

Second Class.
Louis Anthony DaGama

Grant Medical College.

B.A.

[See p. 202.] 3. It was proposed by the Rev. F. Dreckmann, S.J., and seconded by the Honourable Mr. E. Giles, M.A.

(i) That the N.B. on page 37 of the Calendar under the Heading "I1.-OPTIONAL SUBJECTS," be amended as follows and become a substantive rule :

[See pp. 37-38.] (ii) That the following N.B. be added to Regulation 4, p. 37, of the Calendar :

N.B.-Any person who has passed the Matriculation Examination or the further examinations preliminary to the Degree, of the University of Bombay, will be allowed to appear for the University School Final Examination in one of the groups of optional subjects on payment of the full fee, and on his passing in that group, will be held to have passed the University School Final Examination."

(iii) (a) That in line 25, p. 38, of the Calendar for 1900-1901, the word * Biology” be omitted and the word * Botany” inserted in its place ; (6) that in line 26 the words “of Zoology and Animal Physiology” be omitted and the words “ of Botany and Vegetable Physiology” inserted in their place; (c) that lines 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 be omitted.

(iv) That the following be added at the end of Regulation 5 (pp. 37-42 of the Calendar for 1900-1901) of the Regulations relating to the University School Final Examination :

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“XI.-COMMERCE.

[See pp. 38-39.] X11.—DOMESTIC SCIENCE (FOR GIRLS). [Two Papers.) (a) Elementary Chemistry-in relation to air, water, foods (composi tion, necessary ingredients, impurities, &c.).

(6) Elementary Physiology.
Bones (Names, general functions and positions).
Tissues (Structure, functions and positions).
Vascular System (Structure of).
Circulation (General knowledge of).
Blood (Composition, properties and physical qualities).

Respiratory System (General knowledge of). Respiration (Mechanism of).

Digest ive System (General knowledge of).
Brain and Spinal Cord (General functions of).
Sense Organs (General knowledge of).

(c) Hygiene. Air.-Chief impurities found and causes. Maximum limit of CO2. Special impurities in air of manufactories, &c., and their causes. Effect of plants on air in (a) Sunlight, (b) Darkness. Respiratory poisons. Slow asphyxiation. Necessity for abundance of air. Chief natural methods of ventilation. Amount required in cubic feet per

head per

hour.

Water.— Purity of sources of water. Soils through which it may flow. Impurities found in stagnant and poiluted waters. Necessity for pure water. Hard and soft water. How water may be purified by companies. Water pressure. Advantages and disadvantages of boiling. Chief household filters. Advantages and disadvantages of charcoal filters. The model sterilising filter.

The Home.—Chief features to be attended to in building a house to prevent damp (a) Foundation, (6) Walls, (c) Roof. Prevention of damp.

Air course under building if possible.
Damp proof course. Concrete foundation. Concrete up the wall 3—6

feet.
Good mortar.
Careful roofing, good eaves or rain gutters, good slope, kind of soil.
Walls, proper thickness.
Couples, strong and not too far apart.

Proximity and kind of trees.
Cleanliness and goneral arrangements.
Arrangement of servants' quarters. Water-supply.

Surrounding neighbourhood. Conveniences generally. Necessity for furniture to be useful and easily removed for cleaning. Disadvantages of heavy hangings in rooms. How rooms should be cleaned and dusted and furniture polished.

Food.—Necessity for food. Classification and ultimate analysis of pro teids, fats, amyloids, minerals. Quantity of dry, solid and liquid food daily required to be taken in and daily lost by the average healthy man. Division of food stuffs into heat producers and tissue formers.

Various rules to be observed in choosing meat, fish, poultry, vegetables, &c., as to quality and freshness. Suggested week's dietary for a family of five. Economy of a mixed diet. Special food for children or sick persons.

Clothing.–Suitability of various kinds as deterinined by climatic conditions and age. Evils of imperfect clothing, tight lacing and high-heeled shoes. Good and bad conductors of heat. The effect of wearing dark and light clothing. Cost of various materials.

Diseases and Wounds.- Infectious and non-infectious diseases. Their causes, symptoms and period of incubation. Isolation. Chief disinfectants. Best means of preventing and checking cholera, dysentery, malarial fever, small-pox, rickets, ring-worm, parasites. Simple remedies--cuts, bruises, scalds, sprains, dislocations and fractures. First aid in bandaging such.

Cleanliness.—Chief rules to be observed in keeping the body clean and pure. General knowledge of rules regulating the washing of lace, woollen, cotton, print and coloured things.

Text books to be recommended from time to time by the Syndicate.”

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* Text books at present recommended :

Chemistry.-Prof. Roscoe's Science Primer. Published by MacMillan,
Physiology.-Dr. M, Foster's Science Primer. Published by MacMillan.
Hygiene.--Dr. Ernest Reynold's Science Primer. Published by MacMillan.

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It was proposed by Prof. 0. V. Muller, M.A., and seconded by Mr. Rustom K. R. Kama, B.A., LL.B.

That the words “(for girls)” occurring in line 16* of this item be omitted. The amendment was put to the vote and

Lost. The mover with the consent of the Senate agreed to accept the following amendment, notice of which had been given by Mr. D. G. Padhye, M.A.:(a) That in line 3* of the N.B. in (ii) of the proposed motion the words

or at his option two” be inserted between the words "one" and “of”; and that in line 4* the words “any one be substituted for

the word “ that". It was proposed by Mr. D. G. Padhye, M.A., and seconded by Shams-ulUlma J. J. Modi, B.A.(b) That the following words be added to the N.B. in (ii) of the same

motion : “ Any person who has appeared at the Matriculation will be allowed to appear for the next succeeding University School Final, only in one, or at his option, two of the groups of optional subjects on payment of the full fee, and on his passing in any one group will be held to have passed the University School Final, provided he passes the Matriculation at which he has appeared.” The amendment on being put to the vote was

Carried. T'he amendment

That the Syndicate be requested to make the alterations in Form A necessitated by the passing of the Honourable Mr. Giles propositions, notice of which had been given by Mr. Jamietram Nanabhai, B.A., LL.B., was, with the consent of the Senate

Withdrawn. It was proposed by the Honourable Mr. P. M. Mehta, M.A., C.I.E., and seconded by the Honourable Justice N. G. Chandavarkar, B.A., LL.B., that the Syndicate be directed to review their decision. The amendment was put to the vote and

Carried, It was proposed by the Honourable Mr. P. M. Mehta, M.A., C.I.E., and seconded by Mr. Chimanlal H. Setalvad, B.A., LL.B., that the meeting of the Senate adjourn to Thursday the 15th August 1901, at 5-15 P.M.

Carried.

An adjourned meeting of the Senate was held in the Sir Cowasji Jebanghier Hall of the University on Thursday, the 15th August 1901, at 5-15

P.M.

* The line referred to was that of the Agenda paper.

Present:

The Honourable Mr. Justice E. T. Candy, I. C. S., Vice-Chancellor ; W. H. Sharp, M.A.; the Rev. F. Dreckmann, S.J. ; Chimanlal H. Setalvad, B.A., LL B.; the Honourable Mr. Justice N. G. Chandavarkar, B.A., LL.B.; N. A. F. Moos, B.Sc., L.C.E., &c. ; D. MacDonald, M.D., B.Sc., C.M.; M. B. Cola, M.D.; K. R. Vikaji, L.M., M.D. ; D. N. Wadia, M.A.; J. A. DaGama, L.M., Kt., C.J.C. ; Shams-ul-Ulma J. J. Modi, B.A. ; the Rev. R. Scott, M.A.; E. H. Aitken, B.A.; Faizallabhai L. Mulla, B.A. ; E. D. Talati, B.A. ; Jamietram Nanabhai, B.A., LL.B.; the Rov. E. Usteri, S.J.; K. B. Wagle, M, A.; J. M. Antia, M.A. ; Behramji N. Darabshet, G.G.M.C. ; James MacDonald, Esq.; K. K. Modi, B.A. ; D.G Padhye, M.A. ; N. G. Welinkar, M.A., LL.B.; B. E. Ghasvala, L.M. & S., F.C.S. ; Lieut.-Col. K. S. Nariman, I.M.S.; Rao Bahadur Bhaskarrao B. Pitale; K. Subramani Aiyar, B.A., L.T., A.S.A.A.; Miss A. E. Edge; the Rev. E. S. Hume, M.A. ; N. M. Samarth, B.A., LL.B. ; Tribhovandas Mangaldas Nathubhoy, Esq. ; Sorab K. Nariman, M.D., D.P.H., &c.; and P. N. Wadia, Esq.

4. It was proposed by Dr. D. MacDonald, B.Sc., C.M., in the absence of Mr. Chimanlul H. Setalvad, B.A., LL.B., and seconded by Mr. Principal W. H. Sharp, M.A.

That the following rules be added after the “Regulations for the Recognition of Institutions in the Different Faculties" (page 263 of the Calendar for 1900-1901):"REGULATIONS FOR THE REGISTRATION OF INSTITUTIONS FOR THE MATRICULATION AND UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FINAL EXAMINATIONS.

1. The Syndicate shall keep a Register of Schools and Public Institutions entitled to send up Candidates for the Matriculation and University School Final Examinations.

2. Any School or Public Institution desirous of being registered under Rule 1, and applying to the Registrar through its Head Master or Principal, and giving an undertaking that such School or Institution will not admit any student, who has previously attended any other registered School or Institution without his producing a leaving certificate from the registered School or Institution he has so attended, will be entitled to be so registered by the Syndicate.

3. It shall be competent to the Syndicate (subject to the revision and control of the Senate) to remove any School or Institution from the Register on its being satisfied that such School or Institution has broken the undertaking given under Rule 2."

It was proposed by Mr. Jamietram Nanabhai, B.A., LL.B., and seconded by Mr. D. N. Wadia, M.A.

That Regulation No. 2 be omitted and the following substituted in its place :

Any School or Public Institution desirous of being registered under Rule 1, will be entitled to be so registered by the Syndicate on applying in writing to the Registrar through its Head Master or Principal and on giving an undertaking that such School or Institution will not admit any student who has previously attended any other registered School or Institution without his producing a leaving certificate from the registered School or Institution he has so attended, provided that such certificate shall not be withheld from any cause other than the non-payment of the School fees due by the said student."

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