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Chandranath Ray, Amritalal Ne, B.A., Maulvi Abdul Rahman, Pandit Gobind Ram, Maulvi Rusheed-ud-din, and twentyfour Assistant Teachers.

1844, Pandit Sheodin.
1855. Moonshee Kishen Saroop.
1865. Kantichandra Mukhopadhya.
1876. Krishnabihari Sen, M.A.
1879. Chandranath Basu, M. A.

Patiala Maharajah's School.

Affiliated, 1874. This School originally established by His Highness Maharajah Narinder Singh, was thorouglıly reorganized by His Highness Maharajah Mabinder Singh, the late Maharajal of Patiala, in 1870, who, when he was invested with the full powers of Government, established an Educational Department under the control of a Director of Public Instruction.

Education is now given in English, Persian, Arabic and Sanskrit languages. In January 1874 this School was affiliated to the Calcutta University. 'i'be School is also affiliated to the Panjab University College, and prepares its students for the examinations of that institution, as well as for those of the Calcutta University. The School is entirely maintained by funds paid by His Highness the Maharajah from his Treasury, and the schooling fee varies with the income of the parents. Annual prizes and monthly scholarships to the value of Rs. 6,500 are awarded to the deserving pupils of the School. Poor boys are admitted free and receive stipends for their maintenance. A Gold Medal of Rs. 70 is annually awarded by His Excellency Lord Northbrook to the first boys of the school for general proficiency, in commemoration of his visit to Patiala, and laying the foundation stone of the Mahinder College in March 1875.

Bhái Ram Singh

Officiating Head Master.
Bábú Rájat Chunder Mukerji . 2nd Master.
Lálá Chutti Lál

Pandit Ganesli Lál

Ist Mathematical Teacher. Maulvi Yusuf Ali

Ist Persian Teacher. Mohammed Husain Khan

1st Arabic Teacher. Pandit Ram Kishen

Head Sanskrit Teacher. Pandit Nund Lal

2nd Ditto. And 13 other teachers in English, Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic

and Goormukbí.

Wesleyan Central Institution, Batticaloa, Ceylon.

Affiliated, 1877. This Institution is supported by the funds of the Wesleyan Mission, and educates at present up to the First Arts standard.

Pupils from this Institution may compete for the “Crowther" Scholarship, of the annual value of Rs. 100.

They may also compete for two annual Scholarships, of the value of Rs. 120 and Rs. 80, called the “ Kilner" Scholarships ; and for one of the annual value of Rs. 60, called the “Squance Scbolarship.

From the Upper School, Christian young men may be sent to a Central Training Institution in which they receive a free education whilst being trained for future Mission Service.


Rey, J. G. Pearson. Principal

Rev. G. J. Trimmer. Vice-Principal

Rev. R. N. Setukavaler, M.A. Pandit

T. Sanmogam.

The Residency College, Indore.

AFFILIATED, 1877. This College was established in 1876. It has special classes for the sons of native chiefs. The revenue is derived from local funds, fees, and the interest of an accumulated fund. There are upwards of 200 students on the rolls.


Mr. G. R. Aberigh-Mackay. Professor

Guru Pershari, M.A. Head Master

N. M. Khory.
Second Master

Baboo Makaradhwaja Sinha.
And nine other teachers.

Rungpur College.

AFFILIATED, 1877. In 1875, Sir Richard Temple, Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal, proposed to convert the Zillah School of Rungpore into a High School, on condition that one-third of the cost should be borne locally. The amount required was raised by subscription, and the college classes were opened in January, 1877.


Chandranath Bhattacharyya. Head Pandit

Syamacharan Chatterji.

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Medical College of Bengal.

AFFILIATED, 1857. 1. The Medical College of Bengal was founded by Lord William Bentinck in the


1835. The government of the College and Hospital is vested in the Principal, aided by a Consultative Council, composed of all the Professors, subject to the general control of the Director of Pub. lic Instruction.

THE PRIMARY OR ENGLISH CLASS. This class consists of scholarship-holders, free students, and paying students. The number of free students in the College is limited to ten (10), and nomination to the free list" bas been left, by the Director of Public Instruction, in the hands o the Principal.

Free presentations are made entirely with reference to the ability of applicants, as shown by the position they may have held in Arts at the University.

Paying students are required to pay an admission fee of Rs. 15 and Rs. 5 per mensem during their stay in the College.

They are required to follow the curriculum of the College as laid down for the primary or English class, and are subject to the same rules regarding discipline.

Students who do not intend to graduate at the Calcutta University, or who are desirous of attending single courses of lectures, may enter as casual students : they are not required to follow the College curriculum, but in other respects are amenable to the College regulations. If they enter for more than a single course of lectures, they are required to comply with the rules whicb regulate the admission of other applicants to the primary class.

Casual students pay in advance fees of Rs. 40 for each course of lectures, and Rs. 60 for each six months' attendance on the different departments of hospital practice.

The expenditure on Scholarships of the primary class is limited to Rs. 400 a, month, and tbis sum is ordinarily distributed among the students of the five years as follows:To students of the 4th and 5th* years, 20 Senior Scholarships at, Rs. 12 a month

240 0 0 To students of the 3rd year, 10 Junior Scholarships, at Rs. 8 a month

80 0 0 To students of the 2nd year, 10 Junior Scholarships, at Rs. 8 a month

80 0 0


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* For students of the oth year, the Goodeve Scholarship is also available.

The Senior Scholarships are awarded according to the results of the “ First Licentiate Examination." But they are not awarded to students who gain University Scholarships at such Examination. They are tenable for two years on condition that the conduct and progress of the holder are satisfactory.

The Junior Scholarships are awarded upon the results of the College examination at the end of 1st year. They are tenable for two years on the same condition as above.

In the event of a Scholarship being forfeited, the amount already drawn is not liable to be refunded by the holder.

Any Scholarship falling vacant by the death, resignation, &c., of the holder, may be awarded to students of the same term, next in order of merit, who may be without a Scholarship, and may be possessed of the requisite qualifications.

The Goodeve Scholarship (value Rs. 12 a month) may be held in conjunction with any Scholarship awarded under these rules.

Students of this class, excepting casual students, are required to follow the subjoined curriculum, which is framed for obtaining the Calcutta University Licence in Medicine ană Surgery.

Curriculum of Studies for the Primary Class.

Fourth Year.

Fifth Year.

Descriptive and Surgi - Descriptive and Surgi- Comparative Anatomy Medicine.

Medicine. cal Anatomy.

Surgery (including oper- Surgery (including opera-
cal Anatomy.

Materia Medica.


Ophthalmie Medicine and
Practical Chemistry.

Melical Jurisprudence.


Dissection of regions and Midwifery.

performance of surgical Medical Jurisprudence.

operations on the dealt Dentistry, Practical Pharmacy.

Dissections of regions and

peformance of surgical
operations on the dead

Hospital and Dispensary Attendance.

Practical Midwifery.

Medl. Wards,
Medl. Wards,
Medl. Wards,

3 months.
6 months.
6 months.

Surgl. do. do.
Eye lufirmary,


Outdoor Dis-
Surgl. Wards,

Surg), Wards,

First Year.

Second Year.

Third Year.

and Zoology. General Anatomy and General Anatomy and Dissections.


Materia Medica.


With Clinical
Lecture and

pensary, do.

Notr.-Students are recommended also to attend lectures on Surgery and Medicine, or any of the junior subjects with which they may not feel themselves familiar during their third year.

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