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ISABELLA THOBURN COLLEGE, LUCKNOW. Inspected-25th October, 1912, and 1st November,

1917.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1892 AND 1895.

Founded in 1870. A High School Department was opened in 1882; and the first candidate for the Entrance Examination sent up in 1884.

Affiliated to the Calcutta University to the F.A. standard in 1886, and to the University of Allahabad in 1892. The Institution is under the patronage of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church of America.

Two hundred and fifty-nine students are enrolled in the College and Normal and High School Departments. Of these one hundred and forty-six are boarders.

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Miss Grace C. Davis, B.A.,
Wheaton College, U.S.A.

Professor of History and Philo- Miss Enola Eno, B.A., Drake

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University, U.S.A.

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JASWANT COLLEGE, JODHpur.

Inspected-14th March, 1912, and 3rd January, 1917.

Principal
Science.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1893 AND 1898.

INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

and Professor of Suraj Prakash, M.A. (All.),

Professor of English

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Chemistry.

K. Rambhatji, B.A. (Mad.)' English, Sanskrit, Economics, History, etc.

Do. Philosophy and Pribh Das Prem Singh

Logic.

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Shahani, M.A. (Bom.,
Philosophy.

Kanhailal Mathur, M.A. (All.),
Mathematics.

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TUKOJIRAO HOLKAR COLLEGE, INDORE. Inspected-2nd January, 1913, and 25th February 1918.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1905; IN SCIENCE, 1908.

This College was founded in 1891 by the Maharaja Holkar, G.C.S.I., and is maintained by the State. Instruction is given up to the standard of the B.A. and B.Sc. Examinations.

The monthly tuition fees are Rs. 3 for Intermediate students and Rs. 5 for B.A. or B.Sc. students. There are a few free studentships and a sum of Rs. 50 per mensem is distributed in competitive scholarships and about Rs. 100 annually in prizes.

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The College buildings are situated on a fine open space outside the immediate precincts of the city of Indore, and comprise a handsome main structure taining a Physics Laboratory, a Library, a Reading Room and Lecture Rooms flanked on either side by Boardinghouses for upwards of 60 students, a Gymnasium, and a separate block for Chemistry Laboratory and Science Lecture Rooms.

Principal

INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

Acting Professor of English

Professor of Economics

W. Owston Smith, M.A.
(Camb.), 1st Class in both
parts of the Historical Tri-
pos, Solicitor of the Sup-
reme Court, Fellow of the
Royal Historical Society.
B. H. Naik, M.A. (Bom),
History and Economics.
Praphulla Chandra Basu, M. A.
(Cal., History and Econo-
mics.

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WOODSTOCK COLLEGE, MUSSOORIE. Inspected-24th August, 1911, and 6th October, 1916.

AFFILIATED UP TO INTERMEDIATE IN ARTS, 1901; B.A., 1910.

Woodstock College was opened as a Department of Woodstock School, in 1887, to provide a University education for European and Anglo-Indian girls. In 1901 this Department was affiliated to the University of Allahabad, up to the Intermediate Examination, and in 1910 it was further affiliated up to the B.A. Degree Examination.

An estate of 94 acres in extent has been purchased for the College, and new buildings have been built at a total cost of Rs. 1,50,000 and the College is now separated from the School.

Principal of School and College, E. E. Fife, M A., D.D.

Professor of History

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M. C. Davis, Ph.B. (University
of Chicago, U.S.À.)
Miss Sophie Soltau (Diploma,
Hamburg), Muskingum Col-
lege, U.S.A.

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KAYASTHA PATHSHALA, ALLAHABAD. Inspected-16th December, 1912, and 3rd November, 1917.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1895 AND 1914.

The Kayastha Pathshala was founded in 1873 by the late Munshi Kali Prasad of the Lucknow Bar. In 1878 it was raised to the Middle English standard and in 1883 to the Entrance standard of the Calcutta University. In 1895 it was affiliated to the Allahabad University up to the Intermediate standard. The first year class was opened in July, 1895, and the second year in July, 1896. The School-leaving Certificate classes were opened in 1908. It was affiliated temporarily to B.A. standard in 1914, 3rd year class was opened in July, 1914, and the 4th year class in July, 1915.

The Institution was registered on August 2nd, 1893 under Act XXI of 1860, the chief controlling authority being the President for the time being, assisted by a Committee of Management. Its income is derived from an endowment of property made mainly by the late Munshi Kali Prasad, and partly by others which amounted to Rs. 9,20,673 5-3 on the 30th of June, 1915.

The Institution is divided into a College and a School Department, the former under the immediate charge and the latter under the superintendence of the Principal.

The scale of fees in the College Department is Rs. 5 and Rs. 6 per mensem, payable during ten months in the session. In the School Department the scale of fees is proportionate to the income of guardians of boys,

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