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W. T. Blanford, Esq., F.R.S., F.G.S.
K. T., G.C.B. 1863. The Right Hon'ble Sir John Laird Mair Lawrence, Bart.,
G.C.B., K.S.I. 1869. The Right Hon'ble the Earl of Mayo, K.P. 1872. The Right Hon'ble Francis Baron Napier, of Merchis
toun, K.T. 1872. The Right Hon'ble Thomas George Baring, Baron North
brook, P.C., G.M.S.I. 1876. The Right Hon'ble Edward Robert Lytton Bulwer-Lytton, Baron Lytton, G.M.S.I.
Vice-Chancellors : 1857. The llon'ble Sir James William Colvile, Knight. 1859. The Hon'ble William Ritchie.
Erskine 1863. The Hon'ble Henry Sumner Maine, LLD. 1867. The Hon'ble w.s. Seton-Karr, C.$; 1869. The Hon'ble E. C. Bayley, C.S.I., C.S. 1875. The Hon'ble Arthur Hobhouse, Q.C. 1877. The Hon'ble William Markby. 1878. The Hon'ble Sir Alexander, J. Arbuthnot, K.C.S.I., C.I.E.
Registrars : 1861. William Grapel, Esq, M.A. 1858. A. Scott Smith, Esq., B.A. 1862. Rev. J. Richards, M.A.
., } Officiating.
Woodrow, Eso., M.A.
W. Croft, Esq., M.A., Officiating. . Tawney, Esq., M.A.
Entrance Examination, 1879.
W. H. Wright, Esq.
W. H. Paulson, Esq. English
Rev. J. Hector.
A. C. Edwards, Esq.
Rev. J. Edwards.
Bireswar Chatterjee, M.A. Bengali and Sanskrit...
Jogendranath Banerjee, M.A.
Ramgati Nyáyaratna. Hindi and Uriya
Rev. K. M. Banerjea, D. L.
Major H. S. Jarrett.
Dr. P. K. Ray.
A. H. Pirie, Esq.
S. F. Downing, Esq.
M. Mouat, Esq.
First Arls and B. A. Examinations, 1879-80.
SK. Deighton, Esq. English
Rev. M. A. Sherring.
A. C. Edwards, Esq. Greek and Latin
Rev. J. Edwards.
Dr. G. W. Leitner. Arabic and Persian
Major H. S, Jarrett.
Rev. K. M. Banerjea, D. L. Sanskrit
(Pandit Maheschandra Nyayaratna,
s Rev. W. C. Fyfe. History
J. W. McCrindle, Esq.
J. Eliot, Esq.
A. E. Gough, Esq.
W. Booth, Esq. Physical Science
Rev. A. Peneranda. Botany
Dr. Geo. King.
B. L. Examination, 1879. P. O'Kinealy, Esq.
| Dr. Gooroodass Banerjee.
MEDICINE. L. M. S. and B. M. First and Second Examinations, 1879. Anatomy
J. G. Frencb, Esq., M.D. Chemistry
A. Pedler, Esq. Medicine and Midwifery C. H. Joubert, Esq., M.D. Surgery and Ophthalmic Surgery E. A. Lawrie, Esq., M.B. Physiology and Comp. Ana- K. McLeod, Esq., M.A., M.D.
tomies Materia Medica
R. Harvey, Esq., M.D. Pathology and Hygiene
J. M. Coates, M.D. Medical Jurisprudence
C. T. O. Woodford, Esq., M.D. Botany
W. H. Gregg, Esq., M.B.
Alex. Pedler, Esq.
REGULATIONS REGARDING ACADEMICAL COSTUME.
Graduates shall wear a European dress with a College Cap, or A white Chapkan and Trowsers, with a Shawl Pagree and black Taz. They also shall wear Gowns and Hoods for the several degrees, as described below
For the Degree of B. A. A black silk or stuff Gown. The Hood shall be of black silk or stuff, euged on the inside with a border of dark blue silk.
For the Degree of B. L. A black silk or stuff Gown. The Ilood shall be of black silk or stuff, edged on the inside with a border of green silk.
For the Degree of B. M. A black silk or stuff Gown. The Hood shall be of black silk or stuff, edged on the inside with a border of scarlet silk.
For the Degree of B. C. E. A black silk or stuff Gown. The Hood shall be of black silk or stuff, edged on the inside with a border of orange-colourd silk.
For the Degree of M.D. or Master in any of the Faculties.
A black silk or stuff Gown. The Hood shall be of black silk or stuff, with a lining of silk corresponding in colour with the inside border of the Hood for Bachelors of the Faculty.
For the Degree of Doctor-in-Law. A violet silk Gown with full sleeves. The Hood shall be of scarlet silk with a lining of white satin.
PREMCHAND ROYCHAND STUDENTSHIPS. Premchand Roychand, Esq., of Bombay, in a letter to the Government of India, offered to make a donation of two lakhs of Rupees to the Calcutta University, and on the 9th February, 1866, paid over this amount to the Government of India, to be transferred to the University, and held by it as a Body Corporate under Section 2 of Act II of 1857. Mr. Premchand Roychand further expressed a hope " that the money should be devoted to some one large object, or to a portion of some large object for which it might in itself be insufficient."
The Senate, at a meeting on the 21st July, 1866, accepted Mr. Premchand Roychand's munificent donation, and directed that it should be invested in 5 per cent. Government Securities. The Senate also sanctioned the following plan for appropriating the proceeds of the donation :
1. Five studentships, to be called Premchand Roychand Studentships, of Rs. 2,000 a year each, to be founded and maintained by the interest of the two lakhs and its accumulations during the next five years.
2. Any M.A. of this University to be eligible for one of these studentships during eight years from the time that he passed the Entrance Examination.
3. Such studentship to be tenable for five years, and one election to be made annually after Examination.
4. Candidates to give notice of intention to appear six months before the Examination, and to select not more than five of the following subjects, each to receive a maximum of 1,000 marks:
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Guizot, Hallam, &c. To include Political Economy. 7. Moral Sciences :- viz., Ethics, Mental Philosophy, Logic. 8. Pure Mathematics. 9. Mixed Mathematics. 10. Fhysical Science. 5. The names of the students to be printed in the Calendar after the Fellows, and after them the names of ex-students.
DUFF SCHOLARSHIPS. The subscribers to a fund, raised for the purpose of commemorating the services of the Rev. Dr. Duff, directed the investment of the amount collected (Rs. 20,000) in Government Securities; and offered to transfer the same to the University of Calcutta on the following conditions :
1. The interest of the money shall be applied to establish
I.-A Scholarship of Rs. 15 a month, tenable_for one year by the student who shall obtain in the First Arts Examination the highest number of marks for Languages.
II.-Scholarship of Rs. 15 a month, tenable for one year by the student who shall obtain in the First Arts Examination the highest number of marks for Mathematics.
III.-A Scholarship of Rs. 15 a month, tenable for one year by the student who, having been educated for at least one year in the Free Kirk Institution, sball obtain the highest number of marks in all the subjects of the First Arts Examination taken together.
IV.-A Scholarship of Rs. 15 a inonth, tenable for one year by the student who, being a Christian in religion. and having been educated for at least one year in any of the affiliated Institutions for the education of Europeans and Eurasians, shall obtain the highest number of marks in all the subjects of the First Arts Examination taken together.
2. The above Scholarships shall be called “Duff Scholarships," and shall be tenable with any other Scholarships.
3. The surplus of the funds, after paying any small incidental expenses, shall be suffered to accumulate, and used for the purpose of giving rewards to any students of the University, who shall pass with credit in the Evidence of Revealed Religion, Natural Theology and Moral Philosophy in the Examination for Honors, or for Degree of M. A., such rewards to be called ^ Duft Prizes."
4. Should the accumulations appear to the Syndicate greater than is necessary to carry out Rule 3, they may add to the value of the Duf Scholarships, or increase their number.
5. The Syndicate shall have the power of putting a fair interpretation on any doubtful point in the above rules.
The Senate, at a meeting on the 21st July, 1866, accepted this benefaction from the subscribers of the Duff Memorial Fund.
Baboo Eshan Chundra Bose, of Calcutta, bequeathed, by his will, to the University, the sum of Rs. 12,000'in Government Securities of the 5 per cent. loan, for the purpose of founding a