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(5) Morris Memorial College, Nagpur.

(6) Canning College, Lucknow. (Classes closed.)
(7) Bareilly College, Bareilly. (Classes closed.)
(8) Robertson College, Jubbulpore. (Classes closed.)
(9) St. John's College, Agra. (Classes closed.)

(10) Christ Church College, Cawnpore. (Classes closed.)

(IV) IN MEDICINE.

Up to the Final Examination for the Degree of M.B., B.S. (1) King George's Medical College, Lucknow. (From 14th March, 1912.)

(V) IN COMMERCE.

(1) Meerut College, Meerut. (From July, 1912.) (2) Lucknow Christian College, Lucknow. (From 1914.) (3) St. John's College, Agra. (From July, 1914.) A.-(Up to the M.A. or M.Sc. Standard.)

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MUIR CENTRAL COLLEGE, ALLAHABAD.
Inspected-13th December, 1912 and 2nd
November, 1917.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1888 (M.A.); IN SCIENCE, 1896 (M.Sc.) AND 1897 (D.Sc.); IN ZOOLOGY, 1915 (D.Sc.); IN ECONOMICS, 1912 (M.A.); IN SANSKRIT, 1914 (M.A.). In 1870-71, Sir William Muir, the Lieutenant-Governor, acceding to a generally expressed wish, invited the cooperation of the Chiefs and Feudatories of the Province of Agra and the territories adjacent in founding a Central College at Allahabad, the seat of Government. His proposal having been warmly responded to, the College was temporarily opened in a rented building on the 1st July, 1872. The foundation-stone of the College was laid by Lord Northbrook on December 9th in 1873 and the building was opened by Lord Dufferin on the 9th

April 1886. New Physical and Chemical Laboratories were built in 1898, and a Biological Laboratory was opened in 1910. The College is built in a modified Saracenic style, and has cost with the extensions nearly 14 lakhs of rupees.

A fund of sixty-nine thousand rupees in Government 31 per cent. notes (the endowment of H. H. the Nawab of Rampur, the Maharajas of Vizianagram, Rewah, Panna, Charkhari, and others) furnishes local scholarships, and the late Nawab Ali Asghar Khan, C.S.I. of Rampur, by a waqfnama, dated 13th November, 1872, endowed scholarships to the value of Rs. 50 monthly to be given to students who pass in Arabic. The Peary Mohan Gold Medal for Science and Nil Kamal Mittra's Gold Medal for Sanskrit are awarded in alternate years. Two prizes of Rs. 17 each are awarded annually to the best student reading Arts and Science respectively in the first year class; and Chaudhri Dhyan Singh and Maulvi Hyder Husain's prize is awarded annually to the best Sanskrit and the best Persian student alternately.

A sum of Rs. 3,100 has been placed in endowment by Professor Abhay Charan Mukerji for the award of two Madhu Sudan Mukerji Scholarships of Rs. 5 and Rs. 4 per mensem each, tenable by students of Sultanpur district in the First and Second year classes.

The College is maintained by Government.

The accommodation in the College lecture-rooms and laboratories suffices for about 430 students. There are two College hostels within the ground, viz., the new Government Hostel and the Musalman Boarding-house affording residence for about 140 students in all. Between 100 and 200 students of the College also reside in the two University Hostels, of which one adjoins the College and the other is in the immediate neighbourhood. The ordinary payment for lodgings is Rs. 3 per mensem.

The tuition fee is Rs. 8 per mensem in the First and Second year classes, Rs 10 in the B. A. and B.Sc. and Rs. 12 in the M.A. and M.Sc. classes.

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Laboratory Demonstrator Shiv Das Mukerji, B.A. (All.).

Satish Chandra Deb, M.A

(All.), Chemistry.

(Physics).

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Chunni Lal Sahny, B.Sc. (All.).

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Anoda Prasad Sarkar, M.A.,
D.Sc. (All.), Chemistry.
K. P. Chatterji, M.Sc. (All.).
K. C. Bhattacharya, M.Sc. (All).

Laboratory Demonstrator Ram Das Gour, M.A. (All.),

(Chemistry).

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Chemistry.

Durga Datt Joshi, B.A., M.Sc. (All.), Chemistry.

W. N. F. Woodland, D.Sc. (London).

Dakshina Ranjan Bhattacharya, M.Sc. (All.), Zoology. Karam Narain Bohl, M.Sc. (Punjab).

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Professor of Arabic and Persian Syed Mohammad Ali Nami,

Moulvi Alim, High Proficiency in Urdu, Munshi Fazil, Honours in Persian and Arabic, Moulvi Fazil, B.A.

Assistant Professor of Arabic Mahdi Husain Nasiri, B.A.,

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QUEEN'S COLLEGE, BENARES.

Inspected-20th January, 1908, 6th January, 1913, and 2nd March, 1918.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1888; IN SCIENCE, 1896.

Queen's College, Benares, is supported by Government, and is under the control of the Director of Public Instruction, United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. It is

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