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APPENDIX V.-RULES FOR GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (SANSKRIT AND ARABIC) SCHOLARS IN EURope.

APPENDIX VI.-RULES FOR GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (TECHNICAL) SCHOLARS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.

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OF INDIA

APPENDIX VII.-RULES FOR GOVERNMENT
(WOMEN) SCHOLARS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.

RULES FOR THE SELECTION OF CANDIDATES FOR THE
STATE SCHOLARSHIPS TENABLE IN ENGLAND BY
NATIVES OF INDIA.

1. The Syndicate shall, as soon as practicable, in the year in which a State scholarship tenable in England is placed at the disposal of the University, select for the scholarship a person who is qualified in the manner specified by Rule 2.

2. A person shall be deemed to be qualified for selection by the Syndicate who is (a) a native of India within the meaning of Section 6 of the Statute, 33 Vic., Chap. 3; (b) under the age of 25 years on the 31st day of March in the year in which the selection is made; (c) has qualified for the Degree of B A. or B.Sc. of the University of Allahabad ; (d) has satisfied the Vice-Chancellor or, in case of his absence, the Syndicate, that he is of good moral character, by the production of a certificate to that effect signed by the Principal of the College affiliated to the University at which he has studied, or by a Director of Public Instruction, or by an officer employed in the civil administration not inferior in position to a Magistrate of a district or by any other person whose certificate may be considered sufficient by the ViceChancellor, or, in his absence, by the Syndicate;

(e) has satisfied the Vice-Chancellor or, in the case of his absence, the Syndicate, that that he has a competent knowledge of the English language; (f) has produced to the Vice-Chancellor or, in case of his absence, to the Syndicate, a certificate signed by a medical officer not below the rank of Civil Surgeon, that he is physically capable of undergoing the course of life and study which he will have to follow in England; (g) is willing, with the consent of his family, to proceed to England in order to complete a University education; (h) is willing to undergo a thorough medical examination by a Civil Surgeon deputed by Government; and (i) has satisfied the ViceChancellor or, in his absence, the Syndicate, that he has private resources of his own to supplement the scholarship to meet his expenses in England.

3. Any person desirous of being selected by the Syndicate should, at as early a date as possible, forward to the Registrar of the University a signed notice to that effect stating that, if selected, he will comply with such regulations relating to the scholarhips and the holders thereof as the Secretary of State for India may at any time make, and shall forward to the Registrar such certificates as to his qualifications as he may have been able to obtain.

4. After the selection the Registrar shall give to the person selected a copy of the Regulations of the Secretary of State for India relating to the scholarships and the holders thereof.

SCHOLARS.

1889.-Mohammad Ahmad-ud-din, B.A., Muir Central College. 1891.-G. E. Foy, B.A., Muir Central College.

1894. Abdul Karim Khan, M.A., Muir Central College. 1896.-Bimal Chandra Ghosh, M.A., Teacher, Bareilly College. 1899.-Ganesh Prasad, D.Sc., Muir Central College.

1901.-Zia-ud-din Ahmad, D.Sc., Professor, M. A.-O. College. 1904.-Panna Lal, M.A., B.Sc., LL.B., Agra College.

1906. Shah Muhammad Sulaiman, B.A., Muir Central College. 1909. Bisheswar Prasad, M.Sc., Muir Central College. 1911.-Girja Shankar Bajpai, B.Sc., Muir Central College. 1915.-Jagat Behari Seth, B.Sc., Muir Central College. 1916.-Krishna Kumar Mathur, B.Sc., Agra College.

Affiliation of the University of Allahabad with the Oxford and Cambridge Universities, and Recognition by the General Medical Council.

SIR,

OXFORD UNIVERSITY.

REGISTRAR OF THE UNIVERSITY'S OFFICE:

Broad Street, Oxford, December 1st, 1894.

I HAVE to notify to you that in a Convocation of the University of Oxford on November, the 20th, 1894, the following form of Decree was approved unanimously:

"That the University of Allahabad be admitted to the privileges of a Colonial University, under the provisions of Statt. Tit., Section VIII, on Colonial and Indian Universities."

I send herewith a copy of the Statute referred to.

I am, faithfully yours,

EDWARD T. TURNER,

Registrar of the University of Oxford.

C. DODD, Esq.,

Registrar of the University of Allahabad.

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.

COLONIAL AND INDIAN UNIVERSITIES.

REGULATIONS.

Prescribed by the Delegates of Local Examinations.

The following Regulations have been framed by the Delegates of Local Examinations under the powers conferred upon them by Statt. Tit. II, Section VIII. (See pp. 2, 3, 4, 5):

1. The Delegates do not enter for examination the names of any candidates under the Statute (see clause II). Any application to the Delegates for a certificate that a candidate has satisfied the provisions of clause 4 (a) must be made to the Secretary to the Delegates by the Head or Tutor of a College or Hall or by the Censor of Non-Collegiate Students; the documents from the Colonial or Indian University presented in support of such application must be left three clear days for examination, and a fee of two shillings must be paid to the Delegacy.

The Head or Tutor or the Censor, as the case may be, will forward a written statement from the candidate that he is not a matriculated member of the University, and that he bond fide intends to be matriculated as a member of the College or Hall, or as a Non-Collegiate Student.

2. Application for certificates of status (under the provision of clause 12) must be made on a Form (No. 254), which may be obtained at the Office of the Delegacy, Merton Street.

HENRY T. GERRANS,

Secretary to the Delegacy.

November, 1900.

DEAR SIR,

UNIVERSITY REGISTRY:

Oxford, 26th September, 1912.

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HEREWITH I beg to forward a copy of our Statute "On Colonial and Indian Universities as it now stands. will see that it has been altered as regards clause 4, by sub-clause (6) a candidate must have passed the B.A. or the B.Sc. Examination at an Indian University before he can claim admission as a "Junior Indian Student."

Yours faithfully,

C. LENDESDORF.

THE REGISTRAR,

University of Allahabad.

OXFORD UNIVERSITY STATUTES.

(EXTRACT FROM STATT. TIT. II, SEC. VIII.) III.-ON COLONIAL AND INDIAN UNIVERSITIES. (i) Statute.

(Statt. Tit. II, SEC. VIII.)

1. Any University situated in any part of the British Dominions other than the United Kingdom may apply to the University to be admitted to the privileges of this Section of the Statutes.

2. The application shall be addressed to the ViceChancellor, who shall report the same to the Hebdomadal Council.

The Hebdomadal Council, after considering such application, and after making such inquiry as it shall deem necessary, shall, if it think fit, propose to Convocation that the University so applying shall be admitted to the privileges of this Section of the Statutes. A University admitted to the privileges conferred by this Section of the Statutes may at any time renounce such privileges

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