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Chitragupta Vunshi Kayasthas paying lower fees than students belonging to other castes. There is a large number of free scholars in both College and School Departments belonging mainly to the Kayastha community. Kayastha students, moreover, receive monthly scholarships and aid, the total amount spent yearly for this purpose exceeding Rs. 3,000. There are now two Boarding-houses, one for the College and the other for the School students. The monthly fee charged is Rs. 12 per head.

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Sanskrit.

Asst. Professor of History and Jagadish Prasad, M.A. (All.),

English.

Demonstrator of Science

XII.

Economics.

Jagat Narain Varma, M.Sc.
All.), Physics.

ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE, GORAKHPUR. Inspected-8th January, 1913, and 2nd February,

1918.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, UP TO INTERMEDIATE, 1899; UP TO
B.A., 1916.

This College is under the general control of the Church Missionary Society and a governing body, of which the Bishop of Lucknow is ex-officio Chairman.

The College is now housed in a very fine new building which was opened by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh on January 6th, 1916.

It is affiliated in Arts up to the B.A. standard with effect from July, 1916.

For the present no Science classes will be opened either in the Intermediate or B.Sc.

There is Hostel accommodation in the new College compound under the direct supervision of English and Indian resident Wardens.

The subjects taught in this College and even the ombinations of these subjects are strictly limited.

Only certain combinations of the following subjects. are taught :

Intermediate

B.A.

English Logic, Deductive
and Inductive; History,
Modern, Indian, and Anci-
ent; Persian, Sanskrit and
Mathematics.

English, History, Philosophy,
Persian, Sanskrit.

All teaching is on a tutorial basis. Comparatively few lectures are delivered. Most of the teaching is given in small tutorial classes. By this means Professors are able to take a more personal interest in the work of each individual student. In order to keep the tutorial classes sufficiently small the number of fresh admissions every year is strictly limited, so that application should be made early.

Organised games of some kind or other are compulsory unless the student brings a satisfactory Doctor's certificate to show that he is physically unfit.

Religions instruction is compulsory.

INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

Principal and Professor of The Rev. Garfield Williams,
English.
M.B.,B.S. (Lond.), M.R.C.S.,
L.R.C.P.

Vice Principal, Senior Tutor and The Rev. A. C. Pelly, M.A.

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(Trinity College, Cambridge) K.M. Robathan, B.A.(Cantab).

(Temporarily

I.A.R.O.)

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History.

Professor of English.

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N. N. Mandle,

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Do.

Logic.

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K. Mammen, B.A. (Hons.)
Madras, History.

Philosophy and The Rev. P. G. Bridge, D.D.

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C.-Up to the Intermediate Standard.

I.

EUROPEAN GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, ALLAHABAD. Inspected-30th November, 1915.

AFFILIATED IN ARTS, 1891.

Founded in 1861 (affiliated in Arts up to the First Arts standard of the Calcutta University in 1883) under the patronage of the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of

Lucknow. Special training for teachers. Scholarships tenable by pupils of the School only. The School is managed and controlled by a Committee of residents of Allahabad. Special provision is made and special advantages offered to students for the Intermediate standard in Arts of the University of Allahabad. B.A. classes also have been opened.

INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

Principal and Senior Tutor of Miss Bailey.
English Language and Liter-

ature.

Junior Tutor, Latin and History, Miss E. J. Fordham, B.A.

II.

(All.).

ALL SAINTS' DIOCESAN COLLEGE, NAINI TAL. Inspected-30th September, 1911, and 18th September, 1916.

Head Mistress

AFFILIATED, 1907.

INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

Sister Dorothea Morton, B.Sc. Leeds University), Cambridge Teachers' Diploma.

English, Latin, French, History, Mrs. Robertson, B.A. (Lond.),

Logic

Hons. in French and
English.

Miss Row, M.A. (All.).

D.-For the L.T. Degree.

I.

GOVERNMENT TRAINING COLLEGE, ALLAHABAD.

Inspected-25th February, 1914.

AFFILIATED IN TEACHING, 1909.

The Training College, Allahabad, is supported by Government, and is under the control of the Director of Public Instruction, United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. The College has only one class, and prepares students for the L.T. Degree. It admits graduates of the Allahabad

University and, with the special permission of the Director of Public Instruction, graduates of the other Universities. The length of the session is ten months.

No entrance or tuition fee is charged. Stipends of the value of Rs. 20 per mensem each, and tenable at the Training College, are annually awarded to deserving candidates. Connected with the College is a Boarding-house, accommodating 60 students.

Applications for admission to the College must be made to the Director of Public Instruction through the Inspector of Schools of the Division in which the applicant resides. INSTRUCTIVE STAFF.

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Head-master of Practising R. S. Weir, M.A., B.Sc. (Glas.).

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Assistant to the Lecturer in L. M. Chatterji, S L.C.; Spe

Manual Training.

II.

cial Departmental Manual Training Examination.

TRAINING COLLEGE, JUBBULPORE.

Inspected - 7th January, 1913, and 20th
December, 1917.

AFFILIATED IN TEACHING, 1911.

The College is a Government Institution, established for the purpose of training teachers. It is divided into two sections, the Graduates and the Undergraduates. The

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