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Further, he shall be fined and suspended from the privileges of the Library at the discretion of the Committee.
9. (a.) A general inspection of the Library and of the record Annual inspection of Library. of books issued and returned, shall be made annually in the first week of April by the Library Committee, or by one or more Members of the Committee deputed by them for that purpose.
(b.) During this period of inspection the Library shall be closed, and all books whatever and by whomsoever borrowed shall be returned to the Library by the 31st March of each year.
(c.) Any person who fails to return, in accordance with this Regulation, all books borrowed by him, shall be subject to a fine of not less than two rupees for each volume retained, and if such volume is not returned before the expiration of one week after the last day of the inspection, a further fine of an equal amount shall be imposed for each volume for each additional week until that volume is returned, or until a copy of the same edition and of equal value is placed in the Library in its stead, and all expenses connected therewith paid by the borrower.
10. The Library shall be closed on Sundays and all public Days of opening and closing. holidays and on all days for holding public examinations. Subject to the exception of Regulation 9, it shall be open on other days between the hours of half-past ten A.M. and half-past three P.M.
The Committee of the Mouat Testimonial Fund made over to the University the sum of Rs. 2,040, to be invested in six per cent. Municipal Debentures, with a request that the University would apply the annual interest to carry out the following purpose :
1. That an annual Gold Medal be instituted bearing the words "Mouat Medal" on one side.
2. That it be awarded to the Premchand Student of the year, and presented to him publicly at the annual Convocation for conferring degrees.
The Senate at the annual meeting in 1872 thankfully accepted this benefaction for carrying out the object of the Fund.
The subscribers to the Radhakanta Memorial made over to the University the residue of the Memorial Fund, after providing for the Bust and Portrait of the deceased Rajah, amounting to Rs. 2,000, in Municipal Debentures, with a request that the annual interest on the Debentures might be applied in awarding a Gold Medal to the best Sanskrit scholar among the successful candidates
for the Degree of B. A. of each year." At the annual meeting of the Senate in 1873, this benefaction was thankfully accepted.
1874. Prasannakumar Lahiri,
1875. Jnanendranath Das,
1876. Haraprasad Bhattacharyya, 1877. Prasannanarayan Chaudhuri, 1878. Kunjalal Nag,
HARIS CHANDRA PRIZE.
Rajah Haris Chandra Chaudhuri, a Zemindar of Mymensing has made over to the University a six per cent. Municipal Debenture bond for Rs. 2,000, in order to found a prize to be called the "Haris Chandra Prize," to be awarded to the student first in order of merit in Mathematics at the B. A. Examination of the year, being a Hindu native of Bengal, in consideration of his prosecuting his studies in Mathematics with a view to the attainment of the higher Degree of M. A., and to be paid to him upon his attaining that Degree in that subject, but not otherwise.
WOODROW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.
The subscribers to the fund, raised for the purpose of commemorating the services of the late Mr. Woodrow, made over to the University of Calcutta Government Promissory Notes of the four per cent. for Rs. 4,800, in order to establish a science scholarship to be awarded to the best student in Physics at the B. A. Examination of the year, who does not hold any University, Government, or Private scholarship.
(Up to the B. A. Standard.)
1. Presidency College, affiliated in 1857.
2. Hugli College, 1857.
Dacca College, 1857.
4. Krishnaghur College, 1857.
5. Berhampore College, 1857.
Doveton College, Calcutta, 1857.
7. St. Paul's School, Darjeeling, 1857.
Free Church Institution, Calcutta, 1857.
London Mission Society's Institution, Bhowanipore, 1857.
11. Serampore College, 1857.
20. St. Xavier's College, 1862.
27. General Assembly's Institution, Calcutta, 1864.
29. Cathedral Mission College, Calcutta, 1865.
30. Victoria College, Agra, 1865.
31. Church Mission School, Umritsur, 1865. 32. Bishop Cotton School, Simla, 1866.
33. Christ Church School, Cawnpore, 1866. 34. Canning College, Lucknow, 1867.
35. La Martiniere College, Lucknow, 1869. 36. Mussoorie School, 1869.
37. Allahabad High School, 1869.
38. Muir Central College, Allahabad, 1872. 39. Katak College, 1876.
40. Rajshahye College, 1878.
41. Trinity College, Kandy, 1878.
42. Metropolitan Institution, Calcutta, 1879.
(Up to the First Arts Standard.)
1. Gowhatty High School, 1866.
2. Calcutta Madrassa, 1867.
Sehore High School, 1868.
4. Chittagong College, 1869.
5. St. Peter's College, Agra, 1870.
6. London Mission School, Benares, 1871.
7. London Mission School, Mirzapore, 1872.
8. Midnapur College, 1873.
9. Jaypur Moharajahs College, 1873.
10. Patialah Moharajah's School, 1874.
11. Wesley College, Colombo, 1876.
12. Wesleyan Central Institution, Batticaloa, 1877.
13. Residency College, Indore, 1877.
14. Rungpur College, 1877.
15. Mahomedan Anglo-Oriental College, Aligarh, 1878.
Agra College, 1868.
8. Katak College, 1869.
9. Chittagong College, 1869.
10. Canning College, Lucknow, 1870.
Muir Central College, Allahabad, 1872.
1. Medical College, Calcutta, 1857.
1. Thomason College, Rurki, 1864. 2. Presidency College, 1865.
1. Institutions, or departments of Institutions, may be affiliated in Arts, Law, Medicine, and Civil Engineering.
2. The power of affiliating rests, under the sanction of the Governor-General of India in Council, with the Syndicate, to whom all applications for affiliation must be addressed through the Registrar.
In the case of a Government Institution, application must be made by the Director of Public Instruction or other chief educational officer of the province in which the Institution is situated.
In the case of any other Institution, application must be made by the chief controlling authority of such Institution.
Every application must be countersigned by two Members of the Senate, and if thought necessary in the case of distant Institutions, by the Secretary to the Government of the province in which the Institution is situated.
3. The application must contain—
(a) A declaration that the Institution has the means of educating up to the standard under which it desires to be affiliated. (b) A statement showing the provisions made for the instruction of the students up to the same standard.
(c) Satisfactory assurance that the Institution will be maintained on the proposed footing for five years at least.
4. The Syndicate may, with the sanction of the GovernorGeneral of India in Council, at any time, withdraw the privilege of affiliation from any Institution.
The Presidency College was established on the 15th June, 1855, under orders from the Hon'ble the Court of Directors in their Despatch No. 62, dated 15th September, 1854, and is under the control of the Director of Public Instruction of Bengal.
The College is open to all classes of the community, and the course of instruction is adapted to the requirements of the University for Degrees in Arts, Law, and Civil Engineering.
General Department. — Students who have passed the University Entrance Examination are admissible to this department.
There is an admission fee of Rs. 10, and the monthly tuition fee is Rs. 12, except in the case of students holding Junior Scholarships, who pay only Rs. 10.
Seven Scholarships, founded in commemoration of the donors whose names they bear, are attached to the College, and are tenable by Graduates in Arts for one year after taking the Degree of B. A., viz. :
The Burdwan Scholarship
Three Hindu College Scholarships
Law Department.-Students are admissible to this department who have passed the First Examination in Arts. Candidates for admission, who are not already members of the General Department, are required to pay an entrance fee of Rs. 10. During the first year students pay a monthly tuition fee of Rs. 5, and during the second and third years they pay Rs. 10 a month.
Civil Engineering Department.-Students are admissible__to this department who have passed the University Entrance Examination. The entrance fee is Rs. 10, and the monthly tuition fee Rs. 5. There are two Scholarships, each worth Rs. 10 a month, attached to this department, which were founded in memory of the late Major-General Forbes. These Scholarships are tenable for one year, and are awarded after the annual College Examination in May to the most deserving students in the second year class. Five Government Scholarships, each worth Rs. 50 a month, and tenable for two years, are available annually for students who pass the University Examination for the Licence in Civil Engineering, or the Degree of B.C.E. Holders of these Scholarships receive practical training-(1) in the Government Survey Department for six months; (2) in Government workshops for six months; and (3) in Government works in progress for one year. Other students, who pass the University Examination, but for whom no Scholarships are available, are allowed to go through the same course of practical training free of charge.