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Assistant Professor of Chemistry... M. Damodar Kini, Esq., M.A.

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(Madras).

Babu Hari Das Mukerji, B.A.,
(Alld.)

Babu Jagdish Chandra Mittra,
B.A., B.Sc.

Laboratory Assistant (Chemistry)... K. Narsinhia Rao, B.A. (Alld.)

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.

Head Master

G. S. Arundale Esq., M.A.
L. L. B. (Cantab.)

and 21 Assistant Masters.

There is a Sanskrit Department attached to the College, the Ranavira Sanskrit Pathshala, with a Boarding house attached, and 139 students on the rolls. There are no fees, the Maharaja of Kashmere supporting the Pathshala and Boarding house. The Principal is Pandit Chandra Kishore Tarkatirtha, Cal., and he has a staff of 11 Pandits. The learning of English is compulsory.

A Girls' School was opened by the College in January, 1905; Principal, Miss Arundale; Vice-Principal, Miss Palmer, B.Sc., and four Indian lady teachers. It has three affiliated schools, and others in course of formation.

B.-(Up to the B.A. Standard.

I.

GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, AJMER.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1888.

This institution was opened originally as a School, and after having been closed for several years, was re-established on a wider basis in the year 1851. On April 1868 it was raised to the status of a College, the instructive staff being at the same time augmented and improved to meet its wants.

Until the 15th July, 1896, instruction up to the F.A. and Intermediate Standards was imparted, but from that date an increased staff has been entertained, and now students are prepared for the B.A. degree. Attached to the College are a well-supported Library, commodious Boarding Houses for the reception of pupils from the District Schools, and well-furnished Science Rooms for instruction in Physics Chemistry. Donations from Local Bodies, amounting to Rs. 255 a month, contribute towards the maintenance of the R.A. Classes; and Rs. 244 per mensem, including an annual donation of Rs. 500 from His Highness the Maharaja of Jaipur, is distributed into School and College Scholarships.

Principal

Offg. Principal

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Offg. Vice-Principal...

INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

Professor of Phil. and History

Do. of Science

Offg. Profr. of Science

Professor of Mathematics

Asstt. Profr. of Mathematics

Do. of History

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of English

Professor of Sanskrit

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Do. of Arabic and Persian

F. L. Reid, (on leave).
E. F. Harris, B.A.

Binod Lal Mukerji, M.A.

V. N. Godbole, M.A.

Bhoora Lal Hiran, M:A., LL.B. (on leave).

Mool Chand, B.A.

Binod Lal Mukerji, M.A.

Mangi Lal Dosi, B.A.

M. Ganeshi Lal, B.A.

Kanhaiya Lal Varma, M.A.
Pandit Damodar Dass.
M. Tahsin Ali.

And six English and four Oriental Teachers.

Connected with the College is a Branch School in the City of Ajmer, now called Lower College, opened on the 1st of May, 1876.

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BAREILLY COLLEGE, BAREILLY.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1888; IN LAW, 1889.

The College consists of two Departments, viz :1. The College Department, which is an aided institution supported by public subscriptions, and is under the management of a Local Committee, with the Principal.

2. The School Department, which is supported by Government, and is under the control of the Director of Public Instruction, United Provinces of Agra and Oudh.

The School has been in existence since 1836. The present College Department was opened in 1884, and there are classes preparing for the B.A. Examination.

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REID CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, LUCKNOW.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1888, 1889.

This institution is the outgrowth of the Centennial High School, which was opened on the 1st February 1877, under the designation of the Centennial High School; in 1888 it was affiliated to the University of Allahabad up to the Intermediate Standard in Arts, and in 1889 up to the B.A. Standard. It is under the special patronage of the North India Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The management is vested in a Board of Trustees (registered according to law) composed of eight ministers and three laymen. An agent is in America collecting money for the endowment of the institution. The new College building was completed in 1892, and formally opened by His Honour Sir Auckland Colvin, K.C.M.G.,K.C.S.I.,C.I.E., Lieutenant-Governor of the North-Western Provinces and Chancellor of the University, on the 31st of October, 1892.

A number of scholarships, among them the Queen's Jubilee Scholarship, have been established, available for Hindus, Muhammadans, and specially for Native Christians. For the latter class a Boarding-house is attached, with accommodation for 80 boarders. The number of

students on the roll is about three hundred.

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IV.

GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, JABALPUR.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS 1891; IN SCIENCE 1896; IN LAW 1889.

This institution is the gradual outgrowth of the Saugor High School, founded in 1836, to which College Classes were first added in 1860. It was removed to Jabalpur in 1873. The College is supplied with Science LectureRooms and Laboratories, and a complete set of English Scientific apparatus.

There is a Boarding-house on the premises, where accommodation is provided for students. There is likewise an extending Library. Law Classes and an Engineering School (Superintendent H. J. Unwala B.Sc., L.C.E.,) are attached to the College. During the past year (1904-05) scholarships were awarded in the College to the following amounts :-From private funds, Rs. 195; from Government funds, Rs. 3,461. Two prizes of Rs. 14 and Rs. 10 respectively are likewise annually awarded by the Ghantaya Trust Fund Committee.

Two medals are also annually awarded: one, the Devanath Datta Medal, to the best successful candidate for the B.Sc. Examination from this College; and the other, the Chandra Kumar Chatterji Medal, to the best student, intellectually and morally, of the College.

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