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INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

Principal and Prof. of English Rev. C. A. R. Janvier, M.A.

and Philosophy.

(Princeton), Classics and Philosophy, D.D. (Ursinus). Honorary.

Vice-Principal and Professor of Preston H. Edwards, M.A.

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Professor of Chemistry

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Mathematics

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(Cal.),

(Cal.),

Muhammad Ismail, M.A.
(Cal.), Persian.

Pandit Ganpati Shastri.
Chas. D. Thomson, M.A.
(Columbia), Economics.

Rev. W. E. Weld, M. A.
(Princeton), Economics.
W. S. Dudgeon,
(Chicago), Botany.

H. K. Kirkpatrick,
(Cornell).

Ph.D.

B.A.

W. H. Wiser, Ph.B. (Chicago).
C. C. Palit, M.Sc. (All.).
Kali Sahai, B.Sc. (All.).
G. N. Banerji, B.Sc. (All.).
M. J. Mukerji, B.Sc. (All.).
L. J. Pinto, B.A. (All.).
Maulvi Syed Manzur Hasan.
Pandit Krishna Shastri.

Rev. Jas. C. Manry, M.A.
(Harward), Philosophy.
Henry T. Bose, M.A. (Cal.),
Philosophy.

Associate Professor of Physics H. T. Avey, B. M. E. (Iowa

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N. K. Sur, M.Sc. (All.),
Physics.

Economics Sam. Higginbottom,

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INDORE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, INDORE.

Inspected-3rd January, 1913, and 25th
February, 1918.

Opened as a High School in 1884 by the Central India Mission of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, this institution was affiliated with the University of Calcutta to F.A. in 1888, and to B.A. in 1893. Coming in 1904 under the jurisdiction of the University of Allahabad by the Universities Act, it was affiliated in Arts to the B.A. standard in 1905, and to the M.A. in Philosophy in 1910.

The College bore the name Canadian Mission College until October 1915 when the name was changed to Indore Christian College.

The College classes are held in the main building, and the High School classes in a separate one. Both buildings are within the limits of the Indore Residency, one sports field adjoins the buildings, and another outside is at our disposal.

The old hostels accommodate about seventy, but new ones have been built providing about 60 single rooms in addition. Students make their own messing arrangements, the College providing kitchens, utensils, etc. There are separate messes for Dakkani, Hindustani, Muhammadan and Christian students.

The Library is well equipped, and affords opportunities for extensive reading. There is also a reading room furnished with English and Vernacular papers and magazines.

The students' organisations comprise a League of Social Service, a Literary Society, a Students' Helping Society, and various sports clubs, all under the supervision of members of the European staff.

INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

Principal and Prof. of Philo- Rev. R. A. King, M.A. (Mani

Political Economy,
English and Euro-
pean History.

sophy.

Professor of English

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English, Metaphy-
sics and Logic.

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History

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toba), B.D. (Edin.), D.D. Toronto), Philosophy and Political Economy.

(On

Rev. R. Schofield, M.A. (Mani-
toba), Philosophy.
leave).
Rev. A. A. Scott, B.A. (Toron-
to), Philosophy.

Rev. H. W. Lyons, B.A.
(Toronto), Political Science.

J. W. Johory, M.A. (Cal.),
History and Classics.
D. P. Rawal, B.A. (Bom.),
English and Sanskrit.
Syed Muhammad Taqi, Fakh-
arul Mohaqaqin.

P. N. Bhattacharaya, M.A.
(Cal.), Pure Mathematics.
B. B. Singh, B. A. (Mad.),
English and Philosophy.
B. B. Singh.

E. V. Padmanji.

VICTORIA COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, NAGPUR. Inspected-3rd January, 1912, and 3rd January, 1917.

AFFILIATED IN SCIENCE, 1909.

The Victoria College of Science, Nagpur, was opened in 1906, it occupies half of the Victoria Technical Institute, a building erected, partly by public subscription and partly by a Government grant, to perpetuate the memory of the late Queen-Empress Victoria.

The College was equipped and is maintained by the Local Government. It is divided into two sections, the Chemical and the Physical. The rooms are large and commodious, well fitted up and equipped with modern scientific apparatus. The affiliation is up to the D.Sc. standard. Only Science is taught, so that for the B.Sc.

course, the College works in conjunction with either the Morris or Hilsop Colleges. A scientific and technical

library and a museum are in the same building.

The "Balwant Rao Mahajan Prize," being the interest on Rs. 1,500, is awarded annually to the student who most distinguishes himself in Commercial Chemistry or in Practical Science.

INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

Principal and Professor of Che- R. H. Beckett. B.Sc. (Lond.), mistry.

Professor of Physics

Assistant Professor of Physics...

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Demonstrator of Physics and
Chemistry.

Demonstrator of Chemistry

Chemistry.

M. Owen, M.Sc. (Wales), Phy-
sics.

Makhanlal De, M.A. (Cal.),
Physics.

S. N. Godbole, M.Sc. (All.),
Chemistry.

R. S. Deoras, M.Sc. (All.),
Physics.

The post is vacant.

B.-Up to the B.A. or B.Sc. Standard.

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GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, AJMER.

Inspected-7th February, 1916.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1888; IN SCIENCE, 1913.

This Institution was opened originally as a Government School in 1836 and after having been closed for several years was re-established on a wider basis in 1851 under the sanction of the Hon'ble the Court of Directors. In 1911 it was affiliated to the Calcutta F.A. ; and in 1868 was given a more commodious habitation, a larger staff, and affiliated to the Calcutta B.A.

In 1896 the teaching staff was further increased to make regular instruction for the B.A. Degree in both Arts and Science practicable. In October 1912 the College was separated from the Government High School, the staff further strengthened and necessary equipment for teaching Physics and Chemistry up to the B.Sc. standard provided.

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The College is maintained by the Government of India. Scholarships. A sum of Rs. 1,220, met partly from contributions and endowments, is annually distributed in 17 scholarships, some tenable for two years, others for only one according to the nature of the endowment.

Medals.-The Sir Elliot Colvin and the Col. Pinhey medals are awarded annually to graduates for precedence at examinations as well as games.

Attached to the College is a well supported library, a comfortable hostel and good playgrounds. Every student is required to join in games unless exempted on medical advice.

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E. F. Harris, B.A.

A. Miller, M.A. (St. Andrews). Hari Prasad, B.A., B.Sc., Chemistry (Manchester), F.C.S. (Lond.), M.S.C.I.

Bishamber Prasad

Mathur,

B.A. (Honours), M.Sc. (All.),
Mathematics, F.I.M.S.

Lalji Srivastava, M.Sc. (All.),
Physics.

Political Economy K. S. Mankar, B.A. (Oxon.),

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(Economics, History and French.)

P. B. Joshi, B.Sc. (All.), (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.)

Bhav Datt (Shastri (Punj.), Honours in Sanskrit Language, Literature and Law (Diploma).

Hamid-ulla Khan, Maulvi Fazil (Honours) in Arabic Language, Literature and Law (Diploma), Munshi Fazil (Honours) Persian Language and Literature. Matiiculate Punj.). Sri Narain Mathur, B.Sc. (All. ).

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