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Industrial and Commercial development during the 19th century in the United States, Canada, Australasia, Egypt, British, Africa, India, Ceylon, Japan and China. Indian industries of to-day.

Industrial Organisation.

The following chapters from "The Industrial Organisation of an Indian Province, " by Theodore Morison :I. The Industrial Unit: The Village.

II. Public and Private Ownership of Land: Land-
lord and the Government.

VI.-Remedies for Agricultural Indebtedness: The
Peasant and the Money-lender.

VIII. The Division of Labour, or the Village Artisan.
X.-The Interruption of Industry: Famines.

XI.-The Relief of the Unemployed: Famines.






In a letter from the Secretary to Government, North. Western Provinces and Oudh, No. of 1888, dated 12th-16th January, 1888, a Government promissory note for Rs. 1,000 was transferred to the University, being the gift of Mohan Lal Vishnu Lal Pandya, Member and Secretary of the State Council of Mewar, Odeypur, which sum of one thousand rupees was set aside by him to commemorate to the Jubilee of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen-Empress of India under the following conditions:

(1) That the sum of the endowment be invested in Government promissory note and placed under the protection of Government.

(2) That from the interest of the endowment two silver medals, bearing the inscription "Queen-, Empress Victoria Jubilee Medal," be given at the Convocation of Calcutta University for commemorating the Jubilee every year to the two most successful candidates of the Province of Agra, who will appear from time to time for the M.A. and B.A. Examinations of Calcutta University.

(3) That in case of a separate University having been granted, opened, and established for the Province of Agra by the Government of India, this endowment be transferred and allotted to that local Government for the purpose specified above.

(4) That the names of the medallists be printed in the University Calendar.


For the B.A. and B.Sc. Medal.

1. The medal is to go in one year to the most successful student on the A-side, and in the next year to the most successful candidate on the B-side, and so on in future every year.

The B-side shall include all students who go up either for the Degree of Bachelor of Science or for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, having taken up two of the subjects prescribed for the B.Sc. Degree.

The A-side shall include all the rest of the candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts.

For the M.A. Medal.

2. The medal is to go in one year to the most successful student in one of the following subjects:

1. English,

2. Philosophy,

3. History and Economics,

4. Sanskrit, and

5. Arabic,

and in the next year to the candidate most successful in the M.A. or D.Sc. Examination in one of the following subjects:

1. Mathematics.

2. Physics.

3. Chemistry.

4. Or such other subject or subjects as may

be hereafter prescribed for the Degree of


3. Provided no medal shall be awarded to a student who does not take a first class, and that beginning from the second year in which these rules will be in force,

the medal shall be awarded to the student who is the most successful among the students of that year and the preceding year.

4. In the event of the University prescribing new rules or subjects of the Degree of M.A., D.Sc., B.A. or B.Sc., the Syndicate shall have full power to direct how the medal shall be awarded.

5. In the event of there being in any year no candidate entitled to the medal under the above rules, the Syndicate may award the medal in such manner as they may think fit.


1889. Muhammad Ahmad-ud-din, B.A., Muir Central College. 1890.-Brijnandan Prasad, M.A., LL.B., Muir Central College; and Ganga Nath Jha, B.A., Queen's College.

1891.-Satish Chandra Bandopadhya, M.A., Agra College; and Surendra Nath Sen, B.A., Canning College.

1892. Alfred S. Jeremy, M.A., Teacher; and Raghubir Prasad, B.A., Muir Central College.


Surendra Nath Sen, M.A., Canning College; and Jwala
Prasad, B.A., Muir Central College.

1891.-Hari Prasad Vidyaut, M.A., Muir Central College; and Ghasi Ram, B.A., Agra College.

1895.-Sayyad Muhammad Khalil, M. A., Queen's College; and Muhammad Walayat Ullah, B.A., M.A.-O. College.

1896.-Jhumak Lal Saksena, M.A., Agra College; and Jwala Prasad, B.A., Muir Central College.

1897.-Maheshwar Prasad, B.A., Muir Central College.

1898. Ram Prasad Balmak und Dube, M.A., Muir Central College; and Kup Narayan, B.A., Muir Central College. 1899.-Muhammad Usman, M.A., Muir Central College; and Abhaya Charan Mukerji, B.A., Canning College.

1900-Atul Chandra Chatterji, Muir Central College; and Jagat Prasad, B. A., B.Sc., Muir Central College.

1901. Abhaya Charan Mukerji, M.a., Canning College; and Abu Muhammad Zia-ul-Hasan, B.A., Canning College, 1902. Bhoora Lal Hiran, M.A., and Seray Mal Bapna, B.A., B.Sc., Muir Central College.

1903.-Jagmandar Lal Jaini, M.A., Muir Central College; and Charles Alfred Dobson, B.A., Teacher.

1904-Annoda Prasad Sirear, D.Sc., and Purnanand Pande, B.A., B.Sc., Muir Central College.

1905.-Zarif Mubammad, M.A., M.A.-O. College; and Ruth Florence O'Donel, B.A., Isabella Thoburn College. 1906. Satish Chandra Ghoshal, B.A., B.Sc., M. C. College.

1907.-Sohan Lal Srivastava, M.A., Canning College; Siva Adhar Pande, M.A., Muir Central College; and Sayed Fazl Ali, B.A., Queen's College.

1908.-Mani Bhushan Chakarvarti, B.Sc., Muir Central College. 1909. Bisheshwari Prashad, M.Sc., Muir Central College; and Herbert Mark, B.A., Christ Church College, Cawnpore. 1910.-Salik Ram Tandon, M.Sc., Muir Central College; and Triloki Nath Varma, B.Sc., Muir Central College. 1911.-Himmat Singh K. Maheshwari, M.A.; and Kunwar Chain Singh, M.A., Muir Central College; and Muhammad Abdul Ghani Ansari, B.A., M. A.-O. College, Aligarh. 1912. Sidheswari Prasad Verma, M.Sc., Muir Central College; and Girja Shankar Bajpai, B.Sc., Muir Central College. 1913. Mohammad Anwar Ali, M.A., M. A.-O. College, Aligarh; and Miss Ivy Blanche Guise, B.A., Woodstock College, Mussoorie.

1914.-Dhundiraj Bhasker Deodhar, M.A., Muir Central College; and Harish Chandra, B.Sc., Muir Central College.

1915.--Peary Lal Chak, M.A., Canning College; Jagdish Prasad Pande, B.A., Muir Central College.

1916.-Harish Chandra, M.Sc., Muir Central College; Krishna Kumar Mathur, B.Sc., Agra College.

1917.-Rajiva Kanjan Prasad Sinha, M.A., Muir Central College; Amarnath Jha, B.A., Muir Central College.


Syyad Ikbal Ali Khan, Judge, H. H. Nizam's High Court, placed Rs. 1,500 to be invested in 4 per cent. (now reduced to 3 per cent.) Government Paper at the disposal of the University of Allahabad, the interest of which should be spent in a gold medal to be annually awarded on the following conditions:

(1) The medal to be called the Ikbal Medal.

(2) To be awarded to the Muhammadan who stands first in order of merit among his co-religionists at the B.A. Examination. But in case no Muhammadan student has been successful in passing the said examination, the medal to be awarded to the student who heads the list of successful candidates without regard to religion or reed.


1889.-Muhammad Ahmad-ud-din. B.A., Muir Central College. 1890.-Mirza Muhammad Askari, B.A., Canning College. 1891.-Syyad Muhammad Anwar-ul-Hasan, B.A., Canning


1892.-Nisar Ali, B.A., Bareilly College.

1893.-Khushi Muhammad, B.A., M. A.-O. College

1894.-Qamar Ali, B.A., M. 4.- College.

895.-Muhammad Walayat Ullah, B.A., M. A.-O. College.

836.-Abbul Hasan, B.A., Muir Central College.

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