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THE RAJARAM GOVINDRAM SCHOLARSHIP.
The REGISTRAR of the UNIVERSITY of BOMBAY.
SIR, I beg to offer myself as a Candidate for the Rajaram Govindram Scholarship.
It is my intention, if the Scholarship is awarded to me, to prosecute my studies at a recognised College or Institution. I enclose a certificate signed by
that I belong to the Visa Nagar Bania caste and that I bear a good moral character.
I am, &c,
(Signature) (Enter Post Office address) (Date)
THE SIR DINSHAW MANOCKJEE PETIT (FIRST BARONET)
The REGISTRAR of the UNIVERSITY of BOMBAY.
SIR, I beg to offer myself as a Candidate for the Sir Dinshaw Manoekjee Petit (First Baronet) Scholarship.
It is my intention, if the Scholarship is awarded to me, to prosecute my studies at a recognised Arts College or Institution, with Avesta and Pahlavi as my Second Language.
I am, &c.,
(Signature) Enter Post Office address) (Date)
DIRECTIONS TO CANDIDATES.
A copy of the following Directions was laid on the table of each Candidate at the beginning of each Examination :
1. Candidates must at once give up their answers as soon as the time is up If any candidate fails to do so, he will be liable to have a certain number of marks deducted in proportion to the additional time taken by him to give
2. Candidates in want of anything are to apply to the Examiner or otlier officials in charge, but are not to leave their seats on this or on any other account, except to deliver up their answers.
3. If any candidate bring any book or paper into the Examination Hall or speak to, or communicate in any other way with, another candidate while the paper Examination is going on, he will be instantly expelled, and his name reported to the Board of Examiners.
4. Candidates when they have given up their answers are on no account to return to their seats. They must at once leave the Hall without loitering.
The following instructions were printed on each Book supplied to the candi. dates for writing their answers in :
Before beginning to answer any questions each candidate must enter legibly on the first page of his book the title of the Examination, the subject of the paper with his number and name in full.
No loose paper will be provided for scribbling and no paper is to be brought in for this purpose : any candidate found with loose paper in his possession will be expelled. All work must be done in the book provided, and pages must not be torn out. The book provided must be given up: it cannot be replaced by another ; but, if necessary, an additional book will be given. All work intended for the Examiner must be written on the numbered pages, anything written on the other side, or anything crossed through with a pen will not be examined.
When the question paper is divided into Sections, the answers to each Section must be written in a separate book.
Nothing is to be written on the question paper or blotting paper.
Each answer must be commenced on a fresh page. Should any candidate make any addition to any of his answers, he should indicate the page on which such addition is written.
No candidate will be allowed to leave the room until half an hour has elapsed from the time when the papers are given out.
Any candidate who is found writing after the bell has rung will have the number of minutes he is late, in giving up his paper, marked on his book, so that the Examiners may be able to deduct marks in proportion to the extra time the candidate has taken.
D. MAODONALD, M.D., B.Sc., C.M.,
N.B.—The figures to the right in each question paper indicate full marks.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FINAL EXAMINATION.
...} It Gujarati.
RUSTAM D. N. WADIA, M.A.
:::} In Mathematics.
? In History and
:::} table Physiology
G. A, GAMMIE, Esq....
In Political Economy
The following gentlemen acted as Moderators :
The Hon. Mr. G. K. GOKHALE, B.A.
MONDAY, 2ND DECEMBER,
[2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.]
N.B.-(1) In assigning marks, neatness and legibility will be taken
question under its proper Section,
Alas! how light a cause may move
A word unkind or wrongly taken-
A breath a touch like this hath shaken:
As though its waters ne'er could sever,
Breaks into floods that part for ever!
Translate one of the accompanying vernacular passages.
2. Parse the eight words italicised in the lines given for paraphrase.
3. Explain :
(1) To keep one's own counsel.
it hard to make both ends meet.
great difficulty in keeping the wolf from the door.