RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL FELLOWSHIP SCHEME (RGNFS)for SC/ST candidates sponsored by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs , Govt. of India

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Scholarship for MS in France

The fellowship is for post-doctoral scholars

Training in New Social Science Research Methods

 

Scholarship

Note: Applications are invited for the following Ph.D. Fellowships. Hard copies of curriculum vitae should reach the Heads of the respective Departments no later than January 31, 2007. Invited candidates will have to appear for interviews at their own expense.

Narotam Sekhsaria Fellowships for Research

The Departments of Physics/Economics/Statistics invite three applications for the award of one Fellowship each in Physics/Demography/Statistics from persons who have a Masters degree in their respective subjects with at least 55% marks from a recognized University. The objective of the award is to provide an opportunity to scholars to undertake advanced research leading to a PhD degree.

Candidates should be below the age of twenty five years. The age limit may be relaxed in the case of exceptionally qualified candidates.

The total duration of the Fellowship is three years. The value of the Fellowship is Rs.8000 p.m. in the first year, Rs.10,000 p.m. in the second year, and Rs.12,000 p.m. in the third year. In addition, an annual contingency grant of Rs. 25,000 is available in each of the three years.

 

Multi Commodity Exchange Fellowships

Applications are invited for the award of two fellowships under the Memorandum of Understanding reached between the Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd. and the University of Mumbai. The primary objective of the creation of a Chair in the Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, is the promotion of research in commodities and commodity trading.

The fellowships are in the name of Sarvashree Madhusudan Daga and Dr. Madhoo Pavaskar and are of the value of Rs. 75,000 (rupees seventy five thousand only) each per year to be paid to the scholars as scholarships and related expenses for pursuing doctoral work in the Department of Economics, University of Mumbai.

 

Vibhooti Shukla Endowment in Urban Economics and Regional Development

Applications are invited for the award of one scholarship of the value of Rs.5000 p.m. for doctoral studies in Urban Economics and Regional Development. The duration of the award is two years but can be extended by two years subject to satisfactory progress. Young scholars who have passed the MA degree in Economics with at least a high second class are eligible to apply. Students are required to send along with their application a thesis proposal of approximately one thousand words.

 

The M.R. Desouza Scholarship (Value Rs.284/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the grand total, on condition that he continues his studies for the M.Com. degree examination.

 

The Lotus Foundation Scholarship (Value Rs.1,800/- per annum for two years) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate, on condition that he continues he continues for the M.Com. degree examination full course of Management Studies.

The Syndicate Bank Golden Jubilee Scholarship (Value Rs.900/- per annum for two years) Awarded every alternate year (even year) to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he prosecute his studies for the M.Com. degree examination, provided he is not the recipient of any other Scholarship. Failing such a candidate, to the next in rank.

The Late Shri Mohan Lal Tanna Foreign Scholarship (Value Rs.5,000/- per annum for Two Years) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest but not less than 55% of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. Degree examination. Scholar must prosecute his studies abroad for the M.Com. or M.B.A or C.A. examination at any of the standard Universities or Institutions or repute with the standing of a University in any foreign country.

The Late Shri Mohan Lal Tannan Scholarship (Value Rs.1200/- per annum for Two years) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest but not less than 55% of marks on he aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination. Scholar must prosecute his studies for the M.Com. degree examination of this University.

The Principal K.M. Kundanani Scholarship (Value Rs.1,170/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate among the successful candidate at the Final examination for the degree of B.Sc., B.Com. and B.A. by rotation each year in the order or rotation in which the examinations are mentioned below:-

B.Sc. 2001 B.Com. 2002 B.A. – 2000 The Late Shri Mohan Lal Tannan Scholarship (Value Rs.1,000/- each for two years) Awarded annually to the two candidates who pass the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt and secures the highest and the second highest number of marks respectively, but not less than 55% of marks on the aggregate among the candidates. Scholars must prosecute a full time course of study for the M.M.S. or M.B.A. degree examination at any of the following Institutions :- The Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies University of Mumbai, Or Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta or Ahmedabad, Or any other similar Institutions anywhere in India recognized by the Executive Council of this University. The Sharmrao Vithal Co-op. Bank Platinum Jubilee Prize (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the grand total at the B.Com. degree examination. The Bai Shirinbai Endowment Prize (Value Rs.425/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the grand total at the B.Com. degree examination.

The Shri Vithal Nilkanth Wagel Scholarship (Value Rs.450/- per annum for Two years) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he continues his studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other course of two years duration in Management Studies. The Sir James Begbie Scholarship (Value Rs.350/- per annum for Two years) Awarded every even year to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination with the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the examination, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other course in Management Studies. If such a student is recipient of any other University Scholarship, the Scholarship be awarded to the next in rank on the same condition. The Lotus Foundation Scholarships (SECOND AWARDED : Rs. 1,000/- p.a. for 2 years) (THIRD AWARDED : Rs. 800/- p.a. for 2 years) Awarded annually to the candidates who secures the Second and Third highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that they prosecute their studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other full time course of two years duration in Management Studies. The Mangaldas Harivallabhdas Commerce Prize (Value Rs.362/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate Hindu candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination. The Sir James Begbi Scholrship (Value Rs.350/- per annum for two year) Awarded every odd year to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other course in Management Studies. If such a student is recipient of any other University Scholarship,. The Scholarship be awarded to the next in rank, on the same condition. The Sir Ebraim Rahimtoola Prize in Commerce (Value Rs.60/- in cash) Awarded every year to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination. The Naraindas Khanchand Mirchandani Prize. (Value Rs.360/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate with at least Second Class at the B.Com. degree examination form among the successful candidates belonging to the colleges affiliated to this University situated in official areas, i.e, in Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg Districts of Maharashtra, on condition that he prosecutes his studies further in the University. The Bank of Baroda Shri N.M. Chokshi Memorial Scholarship (Value Rs.710/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in three papers in Banking and Finance as a special subject, but not less than 45% of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he continues his studies for the M.Com. degree examination with Banking & Finance as one of his subjects. The Late Shri Maholal Sindhoo Prize (Value Rs.565/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in three papers in Banking and Finance as special subject at the B.Com. degree examination. The Dr. S.K. Muranjan Prize (Value Rs.565/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in three papers in Banking and Finance as special at the B.Com. degree examination. The Professor S.V. Ghatalia Gold Medal (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in three papers in Financial Accounting and Auditing as special subject at the B.Com. degree examination. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Prize. (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt with the highest but not less than 60% of marks in the main subject of Financial Accounting and Auditing at the examination. The Professor P.C. Hansotia Memorial Endowment Prize. (Value Rs.450/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in Financial Accounting and Auditing at the B.Com. degree examination. The Jal T. Desai Prize. (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in Financial Accounting and Auditing at the B.Com. degree examination, provided he passes the examination at the first attempt. The Late Shri Haridas N. Ashar Prize.

(Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in the subject of Acturial Science prescribed for study under the special group among the successful candidates at the B.Com. degree examination under new pattern. The Professor G.S. Diwan Prize. (Value Rs. 100/- in cash or books) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in Acturial Science. The Professor U.U. Bhat Memorial Prizes (Value Rs. 800/- half in cash and half in books) Awarded to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt and secures the highest number of marks in the subject of Computer System but in no case less than 70% of the total marks obtainable in the subject at the examination.

The Professor M.V. Chandgadkar Prize (Value Rs. 900/- half in cash & half in books) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt and secures the highest number of marks in the subject of Mass Communication but in no case less than 55% of the total marks obtainable in that subject at the examination.

The Late Pratapsingh Ranchhoddas Jethabhai Memorial (Commerce) Prize (Value Rs. 280/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secure the highest of marks in Business Management at the B.Com. degree examination. The Professor P.C. Hansotia Memorial Endowment Prize (Value Rs. 450/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secure the highest number of marks in Cost Accounting at the B.Com. degree examination. The Dr. R.V. Bhagwat Prize. Application required (Value Rs. 630/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination from among the application who are sons/daughters of teacher in degree colleges affiliated to this University provided he passes the examination at the first attempt. The Late Shri T.D. Kansara Memorial Prize. (Value Rs. 1,350/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate passes at the first attempt the B.Com degree examination held in the first half attempt the B.Com. degree examination held in the first half of every year, with the highest number of marks on the aggregate in the three papers on Banking and Finance as a special subject among the successful candidate at the examination.

The Late Bai Annapurnabai Vishwanath Mandlik Prize Application required (Value Rs.125/- in books) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination from among the applicants whose parents/guardians income does not exceed Rs.2,000/- per month, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the M.Com. degree examination. The Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial Cash Prize instituted by the Progressive Welfare Association, Mumbai. (Value Rs. 1000/- each in cash) Three prizes awarded annually at each of the B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. degree examination held in the first half of calendar year, to the candidates who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate from among the successful candidates belonging to backward Classes (i.e. Schedule Castes, Neo-Buddhists, Schedule Tribes, Denotified Tribes and Nomadic Tribes, Denotified Tribes and Nomadic Tribes and Nomadic Tribes) at the respective examination. The Shri Ajay Bhatt S. Vadhyar Prize Application required (Value Rs. 850/- in cash) Awarded annually to a son or daughter of the University non-teaching employee in service or retired who passes the T.Y. B.Com. Examination at the first attempt and secures the highest number of marks in the special subject of Financial Accounting & Auditing (i.e. out of 300 marks) at the examination from among those who apply for the prize. Shrimati Motibai Moraraji prizes (Value of Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate from among the successful candidate at the B.Com. degree examination. B. LIB. SCIENCE EXAM. The Matushri Saubhagyavati Parvatibai Priolkar Prize (Value : Rs. 280/- in books) Awarded annually to the highest on the aggregate. The Dadabhai Naoroji Memorial Pirze (Value Rs.690/- in cash or books) Awarded annually to the highest on the aggregate. The Smt. Shanta N. Rege Prize (Value : Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to the a candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate from among the successful candidates at the B.Lib. Science degree examination of this University.

B.E. DEGREE EXAM. THE SMT. SAVITA KISHOR SHAH MEMORIAL AWARD (Value Rs.2, 250/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the B.E. degree examination held in the first half of every year at the first attempt and secures the highest percentage of marks on the grand total from among all the successful candidates who offer different branches of engineering at the said examination. F. E. EXAM. THE COLONEL PATRICK FRENCH SCHOLARSHIP (P.120) (Value Rs. 230/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the highest on the aggregate, on condition that he prosecutes studies for the B.E. degree examination of this University. THE CHETTANRAM G. ABICHANDANI SCHOLARSHIP (P.121) (Value Rs. 512/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes in the First Class with the highest number of marks on the aggregate, on condition that he prosecutes studies for the B.E. degree examination. Failing such a candidate, to the next best eligible candidate, on the same conditions. THE DEWAN KHANCHAND JECHANDRAI MIRCHANDANI SCHOLARSHIP (P.94) Value Rs. 360/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the highest among all the successful candidates, on condition that he prosecutes studies for the degree examination of this University. THE KAHANDAS MUNCHARAM SCHOLARSHIP (P.120) (Value Rs. 200/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the highest among Gujarati Hindu application, on condition that he prosecutes studies further. F. E. (APPLICATIONS REQURED) THE PARPATIBAI R. RAMCHANDANI SCHOLARSHIP. (Value Rs. 375/- per annum, tenable for 3 years) Awarded every third year (award due in 1993) to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the F.E. examination from among the applicants whose parents / guardians income does not exceed Rs. 2, 500/- per month, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the B.E. degree examination

M.D. EXAMINATION The Dr. Sir. Mangaldas Methta Gold Medal (Value Rs.200/-) Awarded annually to the candidates who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch II- Obstetrics and Gynecology, provided he is not awarded the Prince of Wales Gold Medal. If such a candidate is not available, awarded at the discretion of the Executive Council. The Mrs. Prabhavati Bhalchandra Vad Prize (Value Rs. 200/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch I-average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch I-General Medicine, provided he is not the recipient of a Gold Medal under any other endowment of the university. If there be no such candidate, or if the candidate gets any Medal, awarded to a successful candidate in Brach II, Branch III, Branch IV, in order or priority, provided such a candidate is not a recipient of a gold medal under any other endowment of the University. The Dr. Chunibhai Shankerbhai Patel Gold Medal in General Medicine (Value Rs.350/-) Awarded annually to the Candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I General Medicine. The Dr. Nusserwanji Fakirji Surveyor, Shrveyor, Shirinbai Nusseranji Surveyor, Hodabux Nusserwanji Surveyor and Noshirwan Khodabux Surveyor Memorial Scholarship. (Value Rs. 1, 130/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Brach I General Medicine. The Dr. Chandrakant G. Saraiya Gold Medal (Value Rs.900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the First attempt with the higher average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch II Obstetrics and Gynecology provided he passes all the examinations for the M.B., B.S. degree at the first attempt. The Dr. P.V. Gharpur Prize (Value Rs. 750/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch XIV Pathology and Branch XV Microbiology alternately. The Dr. Moxmadan Nerbheram Desai Prize (Value Rs.560/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch VII Anaesthesia. The Dr. Maneck Phirozsha Bhagat Gold Medal (Value Rs.900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch IV Paediatrics. The Dr. J.C. Marfatia Gold Medal (Value Rs. 900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passess the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch XII Psychological Medicine. The Smt. Indu Deshpande Diagnostic Radiology Prize (Value Rs. 800/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch IX Radio Diagonsis. The Dr. Latif Patel Prize (Value Rs.800/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I General Medicine.

The Price of Wales Gold Medal and the Hansraj Pragji Thackersey Prince of Wales Fellowship. (Value: Fellowship Rs.950/- per annum for one year Medal Rs.200/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch of study notified for the year. If the candidate is ineligible, refer to Regulation 2. The Rani Jagadamba Devi J.K. Mehta Prize (Value Rs.1,350/- in Cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate in Practical and Orals, taken together at the examination in Branch I General Medicine held in October. The Dr. Ardeshir Koyali Contractor Book Prize. (Value : Rs.2,125/- in Books)

Awarded every year, by rotation to a candidate who passes the M.D. (Medicine) degree examination of this University at the first attempt with the highest average points in Clinical Medicine and to a candidate who passes the M.D. (Radio Diagnosis) degree examination of this University at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Radio-Diagnosis. The Dr. C.K. Deshpande Gold Medal. ( Value Rs. 900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch of Microbiology, failing him Pathology. The Late Dr. R.B. Billimoria Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination with the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of General Medicine. The Late Shri Kishinchand Thawerdas Khilnani Prize . (Value Rs.2,762/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch VI-Skin Diseases from among the successful candidates at the M.D. degree examination held at the end of the regular period in January every year.

 

M.Ch./M.S./M.D. The Late Professor P.K. Sen Memorial Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Thoracic Surgery form among the successful candidates at the M.Ch. degree examination of this University held at the end of the regular period, every year, or in the absence of a candidate in the said branch to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate at the M.S. (Gen.Surgery) or M.S. (Gen.Surgery) or M.D. (Anaesthesia) or M.D.(Pathology) degree examination alternately. M.D. EXAM. The Lupin Merit Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) (Donation received in July, 1993) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination at the First Attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch V-T.B. and Chest Diseases. The Dr. V. S. Palekar Memorial Prize (Value Rs. 2,125/-) Awarded annually to the Candidate who Passes examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I General Medicine.T The Dr. N.A. Purandare Memorial Prize. (Value Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination at the First Attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregare in Branch II- Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Br. Sanes Gangaprasad Singh Memorial Prize. (Value Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination held at the end of the regular period in the first attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Forensic Medicine and that the aggregate is not less than 60% or its equivalent in point system, provided that the candidate passes clearly in each head as well as sub-heads. Dr. Sanes Prize. (Value of Rs, 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination held at the end of the regular period in the first attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Radiology at the examination and that the aggregate is no less than 60% or it equivalent in point system, provided that the candidate passes clearly in each head as well as sub-heads. Late Smt. Manoramabai V. Gupte Memorial Prize. (Value of Rs.5,500/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch X Preventive & Social Medicine from amongst the successful candidates at the M.D. degree examination. The Dr. Usha Suresh Wagh Prize. (Value of Rs.2000/- in cash). Awarded annually to the candidates who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch VII- Anaesthesia. Dr. Suman Ganesh Kinare Memorial Prize. (Value of Rs.4,250/- in cash) Awarded every year to the candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Pathology at the M.D. degree examination. M. S. EXAMINATION The Dr. Ardeshir Pestonji Bacha Memorial Gold Medal. (Value Rs.550/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I- General Surgery. Failing such candidate in Branch I- awarded to a candidate in Branch II- Orthopaedics or Branch III-Oto-rhino-Larynogology, in order of Priority. The Dr. Chunibhai Shankerbhai Patel Gold Medal in Surgery. (Value Rs. 350/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I-General Surgery. The Dr. S.R. Moolgavkar Gold Medal. (Value Rs. 295/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I-General Surgery. The Late Seth Gagalbhai Natthubhai Prize. (Value Rs.565/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch III-Oto-Rhino-Laryngology. The Dr. M.V. Sant Prize. (Value Rs.970/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch II-Orthopaedics. The Prince of Wales Gold Medal and the Hansraj Pragji Thackersey Prince of Wales Fellowship. (Value: Fellowship Rs.950/- per annum for one year and Medal Rs.200/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch of study notified for the year. If the candidate is ineligible, refer to Regulation 2. The Dr. Anand Pardhy Prize. (Value: Rs.500/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch of Surgery notified for the year. The Dr. Dipak L. Kothari Gold Medal. (Value : Rs.900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch II-Orthopaedics. The Shri Sharad Vinayak Kirtikar Prize. (Value Rs.2250/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Brach I-General Surgery. Failing such a candidate, in any year, in the said Branch of Surgery the Prize shall be awarded to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination from among the successful candidates who offer different Branches of Surgery at the M.S. degree examination FIRST M. B. / B. S. / M. S. The Late Professor Dr. Jagdish S. Kalgutkar Memorial Prizes. 1. Three Prizes, each of the value of Rs.1,250/-, Rs.1,000/- and Rs.750/- shall be awarde annually to the candidates who secure in the highest, second highest and third highest number of marks in the subject of Humna Anatomy (excluding sectional mark respectively, from among the successful candidates at the First M.B., B.S. examination held at the end of the regular period i.e. in October/November every year, Provided they pass the examination at the first attempt . 2. One Prizes of the value of Rs.1,250/- shall be awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.S.degree examination in the Branch of Human Anatomy at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate. In the case of a tie, the amount of Prize shall be divided equally among the candidates, figuring in the tie. 3. In the case of a tie for the Prizes to be awarded in the subject of Human Anatomy at the first M.B., B.S. examination, an attempt shall be made to resolve the tie by giving weightage to the marks obtained by the candidates on the aggregate of all the subjects taken together. If the tie still persists, then. 4. In the case of a tie between two candidates for the First Prize of Rs.1,250/-, the amount of the First Prize of Rs.1,250/- and the Second Prize of Rs.1,000/- i.e. Rs.2,250/- shall be divided equally between the said two candidates and the Third Prize shall be awarded to the Second best candidate or Candidate. 5. In the case of a tie between two candidates for the First Prize of Rs. 1,250/- the total amount of the First Prize of Rs.1,250/-, the Second Prize of Rs. 1,000/- and the Third Prize of Rs.750/- i.e. Rs.3,000/- shall be divided equally among all the candidates figuring in the tie. In such a case, the Second and Third Prizes shall not be awarded. 6. In the case of a tie between two or more candidates for the Second Prize of Rs.1,000/- the total amount of the Second Prize of Rs.1,000/-, the total amount of the Second Prize of Rs.1000/- and the Third Prize of Rs.750/- i.e.Rs.1,750/- shall be divided equally among all the candidates figuring in the tie. In such a case, the Third Prize shall not be awarded, and 7. In the case of a tie between two or more candidates for the Third Prize of Rs.750/-, the amount of the Prize shall be divided equally among all the candidates figuring in the tie. 8. If, during a particular year, any Prize is not awarded the amount of the said Prize shall be utilized for the oration to be held as the Late Professor Dr. Jagdish S. Kalgutkar Memorial Lecutre. M. S. EXAM. The Lupin Merits Prize (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) (Donation received in July, 1993) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.S.degree examination at the First Attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch II Orphopaedics. M.Ch. / M. S. / M. D. The Late Professor P.K. Sen Memorial Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Thoracic Surgery form among the successful candidates at the M.Ch. degree examination of this University held at the end of the regular period, every year, of in the absence of a candidate in the said branch to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate at the M.S.(General Surgery) or M.D. Anesthesia or M.D. (Pathology) degree examination alternately. M.S. (GENERAL SURGERY) The Dr. R.H. Karmarkar Award (Value Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate at the M.S. (General Surgery) degree examination held at the end of the regular period.

M.S. EXAM Dr. Sanes Prize (Value of Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who passes the M.S.degree examination held at the end of the regular period in the first attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of General Surgery at the examination and that aggregate is not less than 65% or its equivalent in point system provided that the candidate passes clearly in each head as well as in sub-heads. Late Smt. Manoramabai V. Gupte Memorial Prize. (Value of Rs.5,500/- in cash)

Awarded every year to the successful regular candidate who secures the highest average points grade on the aggregate in the specially branch of ORTHODONTICS at the M.D.S. degree examination of the University of Mumbai in each examination held in the first half and in the second half of the academic year. M.D. (AYU. ) EXAM. Vaidya Ramshiromani Dwivedi Kayachikitsa Prize. (Value of Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest number of marks in the branch of Kayachikitsa at the Final M.D. (Ayu.) degree examination

 

UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

 

No. Sch./ 542 of 2007.

 

The accompanying copies of University Notification regarding prize Essays for the year 2007 are forwarded with compliments to the Directors/Heads of University Departments, Principals/Deans of affiliated Colleges, Heads of recognized Institutions and Chief Reporters of all Newspapers, for information.

The Directors/Heads of the University Departments, Principals/Deans of the affiliated Colleges and Heads of recognized Institutions are requested to give wide publicity to the each of the prize Essays mentioned in the notification amongst the eligible candidates of their Institutions. The Chief Reporters of the Newspapers are requested to give wide publicity to the notification through news item in their respective newspapers, free of charge.

 

Mumbai – 400 098. for O.S.D & C.O.E.

24th August, 2007.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE M. R. PARANJAPE MEMORIAL PRIZE – 2007.

Applications are hereby invited for the M. R. Paranjape Memorial Prize for the year 2007.

The value of the prize is Rs.1,000/- in cash.

The object of the prize is to reward original research in Education carried out by a graduate of the University of Mumbai or any University in the State of Maharashtra.

The prize will be awarded for the best paper or memoir containing the results of original research carried out on the following subject selected for the prize.

"The role of e – learning in India"

No paper or memoir which has previously been awarded and prize or has been submitted as thesis or dissertation for any degree in this or any other University can be submitted in competition for the prize.

Applications for the prize shall be forwarded to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, Mahatma Jotirao Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari Campus, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, so as to reach him on or before 31st October, 2007. Each application shall be accompanied by three copies, printed or typewritten in English or Marathi of the paper or memoir containing the results of original research carried out on the above subject and a declaration that paper or memoir in question has not been awarded any prize or has not been submitted as thesis or dissertation for any degree in this or any other University.

 

The application shall contain the following particulars :-

 

1.

Name in full

:

 

2.

Residential Address

:

 

3.

Degree or degrees held with

the Name of the University

and Year of Passing

the degree examination/s

:

 

4.

Date of completion or publication

(if published of the paper or memoir).

:

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D & C.O.E.

Contd.2/-

-: 2 :-

 

No. Sch./ 543 of 2007.

Copy forwarded with compliments to the Directors/Heads of University Departments, Principals/Deans of the affiliated Colleges, Heads of recognized Institutions, Registrars of all Universities in Maharashtra and Chief Reporters of All Newspapers, for information. They are requested to give publicity to the above mentioned Prize Essay among the eligible candidates belonging to their Institutions. The Chief Reporters of the newspapers are requested to give wide publicity to the notification through a news item in their respective newspapers, free of charge.

 

Mumbai – 400 098.

24th August, 2007. for O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE LOTUS FOUNDATION PRIZE – 2007.

 

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

 

"Ayurveda & Tourism in India "

 

The prize is of the value of Rs.1,500/- in cash.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be students of the University studying in any of the classes of the College/Institution of the University as well as graduates of the University of Mumbai, provided they are not of more than four years standing from the date of their passing the examination for the first degree on the day prescribed for sending in of the essay.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writers name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken in to account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE DINESHBHAI MODY PRIZE – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay either in Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi or English for above prize for the year 2007.

 

" Jainism A Global Religion "

 

The value of the prize is Rs.2,125/- in cash.

The essay should be typewritten or hand written either in Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi or English on a fullscape paper and should not exceed 40 pages by any person.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taking into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE NARAYAN MAHADEV PARMANAND PRIZE – 2007.

 

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in Gujarati for the above prize for the year 2007.

"An appraisal of dis-investment in Indian Economy"

 

The prize is of the value of Rs.1,000/- in cash or books (at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in Gujarati and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or any persons who have passed any of the examination of the University of Mumbai.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writers name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to the essay and specific references for the statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE ASHBURNER PRIZE – 2007.

 

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Reinterpretations of paintings of Ravi Verma"

 

The value of the prize is Rs.1,500/- (in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than seven years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for the statements made where the statements are not his own and list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI
N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE SIR GEORGE LEGRAND JACOB PRIZE – 2007.

 

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

 

"The Advantage of English: Indians in a globalized Economy "

 

The value of the prize is Rs.3,000/- (Rupees 800/- in books and the balance in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or undergraduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than seven years standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in the essay.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken in to account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE DOSSABHOY HORMUSJEE CAMA PRIZE – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Ethical issues in Stem Cell research"

 

The value of the prize is Rs.3,000/- (Rs.1,000/- in books and the balance in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates in Medicine of the University of Mumbai.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account of adjudging the essay.

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE KARSANDAS MULJI PRIZE – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Living in Harmony "

 

The value of the prize is Rs.2,000/- (Half in books and the balance in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or undergraduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than six years standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essays.

Three copies of the essays should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE HOMEJEE CURSETJEE DADY PRIZE – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"India-a health bomb "

The value of the prize is Rs.3,000/- (half in books and the balance in cash or books at the winner's option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or undergraduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than ten years standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essays.

Three copies of the essays should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE PANDIT BHAGWANLAL INDRAJI GOLD MEDAL – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above medal for the year 2007.

"Understanding social structure through Archaeological remains "

The value of the medal is Rs.1,000/-.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than fifteen years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the medal, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE VISHWANATH NARAYAN MANDLIK GOLD MEDAL – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above Medal for the year 2007.

"Revival of Sanskrit Theatre in Contemporary times "

The value of the Medal is Rs.1,500/-.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai, of not more than ten years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the Medal, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE MANECKJI LIMJI GOLD MEDAL – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above Medal for the year 2007.

"Impact of European Science on Colonial India "

The value of the Medal is Rs.3,000/-.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

The competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than five years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the Medal, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL FELLOWSHIP SCHEME (RGNFS)for SC/ST candidates sponsored by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs , Govt. of India

<MOre Info>

Scholarship for MS in France

The fellowship is for post-doctoral scholars

Training in New Social Science Research Methods

 

Scholarship

Note: Applications are invited for the following Ph.D. Fellowships. Hard copies of curriculum vitae should reach the Heads of the respective Departments no later than January 31, 2007. Invited candidates will have to appear for interviews at their own expense.

Narotam Sekhsaria Fellowships for Research

The Departments of Physics/Economics/Statistics invite three applications for the award of one Fellowship each in Physics/Demography/Statistics from persons who have a Masters degree in their respective subjects with at least 55% marks from a recognized University. The objective of the award is to provide an opportunity to scholars to undertake advanced research leading to a PhD degree.

Candidates should be below the age of twenty five years. The age limit may be relaxed in the case of exceptionally qualified candidates.

The total duration of the Fellowship is three years. The value of the Fellowship is Rs.8000 p.m. in the first year, Rs.10,000 p.m. in the second year, and Rs.12,000 p.m. in the third year. In addition, an annual contingency grant of Rs. 25,000 is available in each of the three years.

 

Multi Commodity Exchange Fellowships

Applications are invited for the award of two fellowships under the Memorandum of Understanding reached between the Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd. and the University of Mumbai. The primary objective of the creation of a Chair in the Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, is the promotion of research in commodities and commodity trading.

The fellowships are in the name of Sarvashree Madhusudan Daga and Dr. Madhoo Pavaskar and are of the value of Rs. 75,000 (rupees seventy five thousand only) each per year to be paid to the scholars as scholarships and related expenses for pursuing doctoral work in the Department of Economics, University of Mumbai.

 

Vibhooti Shukla Endowment in Urban Economics and Regional Development

Applications are invited for the award of one scholarship of the value of Rs.5000 p.m. for doctoral studies in Urban Economics and Regional Development. The duration of the award is two years but can be extended by two years subject to satisfactory progress. Young scholars who have passed the MA degree in Economics with at least a high second class are eligible to apply. Students are required to send along with their application a thesis proposal of approximately one thousand words.

 

The M.R. Desouza Scholarship (Value Rs.284/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the grand total, on condition that he continues his studies for the M.Com. degree examination.

 

The Lotus Foundation Scholarship (Value Rs.1,800/- per annum for two years) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate, on condition that he continues he continues for the M.Com. degree examination full course of Management Studies.

The Syndicate Bank Golden Jubilee Scholarship (Value Rs.900/- per annum for two years) Awarded every alternate year (even year) to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he prosecute his studies for the M.Com. degree examination, provided he is not the recipient of any other Scholarship. Failing such a candidate, to the next in rank.

The Late Shri Mohan Lal Tanna Foreign Scholarship (Value Rs.5,000/- per annum for Two Years) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest but not less than 55% of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. Degree examination. Scholar must prosecute his studies abroad for the M.Com. or M.B.A or C.A. examination at any of the standard Universities or Institutions or repute with the standing of a University in any foreign country.

The Late Shri Mohan Lal Tannan Scholarship (Value Rs.1200/- per annum for Two years) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest but not less than 55% of marks on he aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination. Scholar must prosecute his studies for the M.Com. degree examination of this University.

The Principal K.M. Kundanani Scholarship (Value Rs.1,170/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate among the successful candidate at the Final examination for the degree of B.Sc., B.Com. and B.A. by rotation each year in the order or rotation in which the examinations are mentioned below:-

B.Sc. 2001 B.Com. 2002 B.A. – 2000 The Late Shri Mohan Lal Tannan Scholarship (Value Rs.1,000/- each for two years) Awarded annually to the two candidates who pass the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt and secures the highest and the second highest number of marks respectively, but not less than 55% of marks on the aggregate among the candidates. Scholars must prosecute a full time course of study for the M.M.S. or M.B.A. degree examination at any of the following Institutions :- The Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies University of Mumbai, Or Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta or Ahmedabad, Or any other similar Institutions anywhere in India recognized by the Executive Council of this University. The Sharmrao Vithal Co-op. Bank Platinum Jubilee Prize (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the grand total at the B.Com. degree examination. The Bai Shirinbai Endowment Prize (Value Rs.425/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the grand total at the B.Com. degree examination.

The Shri Vithal Nilkanth Wagel Scholarship (Value Rs.450/- per annum for Two years) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he continues his studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other course of two years duration in Management Studies. The Sir James Begbie Scholarship (Value Rs.350/- per annum for Two years) Awarded every even year to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination with the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the examination, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other course in Management Studies. If such a student is recipient of any other University Scholarship, the Scholarship be awarded to the next in rank on the same condition. The Lotus Foundation Scholarships (SECOND AWARDED : Rs. 1,000/- p.a. for 2 years) (THIRD AWARDED : Rs. 800/- p.a. for 2 years) Awarded annually to the candidates who secures the Second and Third highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that they prosecute their studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other full time course of two years duration in Management Studies. The Mangaldas Harivallabhdas Commerce Prize (Value Rs.362/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate Hindu candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination. The Sir James Begbi Scholrship (Value Rs.350/- per annum for two year) Awarded every odd year to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other course in Management Studies. If such a student is recipient of any other University Scholarship,. The Scholarship be awarded to the next in rank, on the same condition. The Sir Ebraim Rahimtoola Prize in Commerce (Value Rs.60/- in cash) Awarded every year to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination. The Naraindas Khanchand Mirchandani Prize. (Value Rs.360/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate with at least Second Class at the B.Com. degree examination form among the successful candidates belonging to the colleges affiliated to this University situated in official areas, i.e, in Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg Districts of Maharashtra, on condition that he prosecutes his studies further in the University. The Bank of Baroda Shri N.M. Chokshi Memorial Scholarship (Value Rs.710/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in three papers in Banking and Finance as a special subject, but not less than 45% of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he continues his studies for the M.Com. degree examination with Banking & Finance as one of his subjects. The Late Shri Maholal Sindhoo Prize (Value Rs.565/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in three papers in Banking and Finance as special subject at the B.Com. degree examination. The Dr. S.K. Muranjan Prize (Value Rs.565/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in three papers in Banking and Finance as special at the B.Com. degree examination. The Professor S.V. Ghatalia Gold Medal (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in three papers in Financial Accounting and Auditing as special subject at the B.Com. degree examination. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Prize. (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt with the highest but not less than 60% of marks in the main subject of Financial Accounting and Auditing at the examination. The Professor P.C. Hansotia Memorial Endowment Prize. (Value Rs.450/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in Financial Accounting and Auditing at the B.Com. degree examination. The Jal T. Desai Prize. (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in Financial Accounting and Auditing at the B.Com. degree examination, provided he passes the examination at the first attempt. The Late Shri Haridas N. Ashar Prize.

(Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in the subject of Acturial Science prescribed for study under the special group among the successful candidates at the B.Com. degree examination under new pattern. The Professor G.S. Diwan Prize. (Value Rs. 100/- in cash or books) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in Acturial Science. The Professor U.U. Bhat Memorial Prizes (Value Rs. 800/- half in cash and half in books) Awarded to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt and secures the highest number of marks in the subject of Computer System but in no case less than 70% of the total marks obtainable in the subject at the examination.

The Professor M.V. Chandgadkar Prize (Value Rs. 900/- half in cash & half in books) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt and secures the highest number of marks in the subject of Mass Communication but in no case less than 55% of the total marks obtainable in that subject at the examination.

The Late Pratapsingh Ranchhoddas Jethabhai Memorial (Commerce) Prize (Value Rs. 280/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secure the highest of marks in Business Management at the B.Com. degree examination. The Professor P.C. Hansotia Memorial Endowment Prize (Value Rs. 450/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secure the highest number of marks in Cost Accounting at the B.Com. degree examination. The Dr. R.V. Bhagwat Prize. Application required (Value Rs. 630/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination from among the application who are sons/daughters of teacher in degree colleges affiliated to this University provided he passes the examination at the first attempt. The Late Shri T.D. Kansara Memorial Prize. (Value Rs. 1,350/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate passes at the first attempt the B.Com degree examination held in the first half attempt the B.Com. degree examination held in the first half of every year, with the highest number of marks on the aggregate in the three papers on Banking and Finance as a special subject among the successful candidate at the examination.

The Late Bai Annapurnabai Vishwanath Mandlik Prize Application required (Value Rs.125/- in books) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination from among the applicants whose parents/guardians income does not exceed Rs.2,000/- per month, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the M.Com. degree examination. The Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial Cash Prize instituted by the Progressive Welfare Association, Mumbai. (Value Rs. 1000/- each in cash) Three prizes awarded annually at each of the B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. degree examination held in the first half of calendar year, to the candidates who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate from among the successful candidates belonging to backward Classes (i.e. Schedule Castes, Neo-Buddhists, Schedule Tribes, Denotified Tribes and Nomadic Tribes, Denotified Tribes and Nomadic Tribes and Nomadic Tribes) at the respective examination. The Shri Ajay Bhatt S. Vadhyar Prize Application required (Value Rs. 850/- in cash) Awarded annually to a son or daughter of the University non-teaching employee in service or retired who passes the T.Y. B.Com. Examination at the first attempt and secures the highest number of marks in the special subject of Financial Accounting & Auditing (i.e. out of 300 marks) at the examination from among those who apply for the prize. Shrimati Motibai Moraraji prizes (Value of Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate from among the successful candidate at the B.Com. degree examination. B. LIB. SCIENCE EXAM. The Matushri Saubhagyavati Parvatibai Priolkar Prize (Value : Rs. 280/- in books) Awarded annually to the highest on the aggregate. The Dadabhai Naoroji Memorial Pirze (Value Rs.690/- in cash or books) Awarded annually to the highest on the aggregate. The Smt. Shanta N. Rege Prize (Value : Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to the a candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate from among the successful candidates at the B.Lib. Science degree examination of this University.

B.E. DEGREE EXAM. THE SMT. SAVITA KISHOR SHAH MEMORIAL AWARD (Value Rs.2, 250/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the B.E. degree examination held in the first half of every year at the first attempt and secures the highest percentage of marks on the grand total from among all the successful candidates who offer different branches of engineering at the said examination. F. E. EXAM. THE COLONEL PATRICK FRENCH SCHOLARSHIP (P.120) (Value Rs. 230/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the highest on the aggregate, on condition that he prosecutes studies for the B.E. degree examination of this University. THE CHETTANRAM G. ABICHANDANI SCHOLARSHIP (P.121) (Value Rs. 512/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes in the First Class with the highest number of marks on the aggregate, on condition that he prosecutes studies for the B.E. degree examination. Failing such a candidate, to the next best eligible candidate, on the same conditions. THE DEWAN KHANCHAND JECHANDRAI MIRCHANDANI SCHOLARSHIP (P.94) Value Rs. 360/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the highest among all the successful candidates, on condition that he prosecutes studies for the degree examination of this University. THE KAHANDAS MUNCHARAM SCHOLARSHIP (P.120) (Value Rs. 200/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the highest among Gujarati Hindu application, on condition that he prosecutes studies further. F. E. (APPLICATIONS REQURED) THE PARPATIBAI R. RAMCHANDANI SCHOLARSHIP. (Value Rs. 375/- per annum, tenable for 3 years) Awarded every third year (award due in 1993) to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the F.E. examination from among the applicants whose parents / guardians income does not exceed Rs. 2, 500/- per month, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the B.E. degree examination

M.D. EXAMINATION The Dr. Sir. Mangaldas Methta Gold Medal (Value Rs.200/-) Awarded annually to the candidates who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch II- Obstetrics and Gynecology, provided he is not awarded the Prince of Wales Gold Medal. If such a candidate is not available, awarded at the discretion of the Executive Council. The Mrs. Prabhavati Bhalchandra Vad Prize (Value Rs. 200/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch I-average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch I-General Medicine, provided he is not the recipient of a Gold Medal under any other endowment of the university. If there be no such candidate, or if the candidate gets any Medal, awarded to a successful candidate in Brach II, Branch III, Branch IV, in order or priority, provided such a candidate is not a recipient of a gold medal under any other endowment of the University. The Dr. Chunibhai Shankerbhai Patel Gold Medal in General Medicine (Value Rs.350/-) Awarded annually to the Candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I General Medicine. The Dr. Nusserwanji Fakirji Surveyor, Shrveyor, Shirinbai Nusseranji Surveyor, Hodabux Nusserwanji Surveyor and Noshirwan Khodabux Surveyor Memorial Scholarship. (Value Rs. 1, 130/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Brach I General Medicine. The Dr. Chandrakant G. Saraiya Gold Medal (Value Rs.900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the First attempt with the higher average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch II Obstetrics and Gynecology provided he passes all the examinations for the M.B., B.S. degree at the first attempt. The Dr. P.V. Gharpur Prize (Value Rs. 750/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch XIV Pathology and Branch XV Microbiology alternately. The Dr. Moxmadan Nerbheram Desai Prize (Value Rs.560/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch VII Anaesthesia. The Dr. Maneck Phirozsha Bhagat Gold Medal (Value Rs.900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch IV Paediatrics. The Dr. J.C. Marfatia Gold Medal (Value Rs. 900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passess the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch XII Psychological Medicine. The Smt. Indu Deshpande Diagnostic Radiology Prize (Value Rs. 800/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch IX Radio Diagonsis. The Dr. Latif Patel Prize (Value Rs.800/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I General Medicine.

The Price of Wales Gold Medal and the Hansraj Pragji Thackersey Prince of Wales Fellowship. (Value: Fellowship Rs.950/- per annum for one year Medal Rs.200/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch of study notified for the year. If the candidate is ineligible, refer to Regulation 2. The Rani Jagadamba Devi J.K. Mehta Prize (Value Rs.1,350/- in Cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate in Practical and Orals, taken together at the examination in Branch I General Medicine held in October. The Dr. Ardeshir Koyali Contractor Book Prize. (Value : Rs.2,125/- in Books)

Awarded every year, by rotation to a candidate who passes the M.D. (Medicine) degree examination of this University at the first attempt with the highest average points in Clinical Medicine and to a candidate who passes the M.D. (Radio Diagnosis) degree examination of this University at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Radio-Diagnosis. The Dr. C.K. Deshpande Gold Medal. ( Value Rs. 900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch of Microbiology, failing him Pathology. The Late Dr. R.B. Billimoria Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination with the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of General Medicine. The Late Shri Kishinchand Thawerdas Khilnani Prize . (Value Rs.2,762/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch VI-Skin Diseases from among the successful candidates at the M.D. degree examination held at the end of the regular period in January every year.

 

M.Ch./M.S./M.D. The Late Professor P.K. Sen Memorial Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Thoracic Surgery form among the successful candidates at the M.Ch. degree examination of this University held at the end of the regular period, every year, or in the absence of a candidate in the said branch to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate at the M.S. (Gen.Surgery) or M.S. (Gen.Surgery) or M.D. (Anaesthesia) or M.D.(Pathology) degree examination alternately. M.D. EXAM. The Lupin Merit Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) (Donation received in July, 1993) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination at the First Attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch V-T.B. and Chest Diseases. The Dr. V. S. Palekar Memorial Prize (Value Rs. 2,125/-) Awarded annually to the Candidate who Passes examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I General Medicine.T The Dr. N.A. Purandare Memorial Prize. (Value Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination at the First Attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregare in Branch II- Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Br. Sanes Gangaprasad Singh Memorial Prize. (Value Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination held at the end of the regular period in the first attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Forensic Medicine and that the aggregate is not less than 60% or its equivalent in point system, provided that the candidate passes clearly in each head as well as sub-heads. Dr. Sanes Prize. (Value of Rs, 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination held at the end of the regular period in the first attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Radiology at the examination and that the aggregate is no less than 60% or it equivalent in point system, provided that the candidate passes clearly in each head as well as sub-heads. Late Smt. Manoramabai V. Gupte Memorial Prize. (Value of Rs.5,500/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch X Preventive & Social Medicine from amongst the successful candidates at the M.D. degree examination. The Dr. Usha Suresh Wagh Prize. (Value of Rs.2000/- in cash). Awarded annually to the candidates who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch VII- Anaesthesia. Dr. Suman Ganesh Kinare Memorial Prize. (Value of Rs.4,250/- in cash) Awarded every year to the candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Pathology at the M.D. degree examination. M. S. EXAMINATION The Dr. Ardeshir Pestonji Bacha Memorial Gold Medal. (Value Rs.550/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I- General Surgery. Failing such candidate in Branch I- awarded to a candidate in Branch II- Orthopaedics or Branch III-Oto-rhino-Larynogology, in order of Priority. The Dr. Chunibhai Shankerbhai Patel Gold Medal in Surgery. (Value Rs. 350/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I-General Surgery. The Dr. S.R. Moolgavkar Gold Medal. (Value Rs. 295/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I-General Surgery. The Late Seth Gagalbhai Natthubhai Prize. (Value Rs.565/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch III-Oto-Rhino-Laryngology. The Dr. M.V. Sant Prize. (Value Rs.970/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch II-Orthopaedics. The Prince of Wales Gold Medal and the Hansraj Pragji Thackersey Prince of Wales Fellowship. (Value: Fellowship Rs.950/- per annum for one year and Medal Rs.200/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch of study notified for the year. If the candidate is ineligible, refer to Regulation 2. The Dr. Anand Pardhy Prize. (Value: Rs.500/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch of Surgery notified for the year. The Dr. Dipak L. Kothari Gold Medal. (Value : Rs.900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch II-Orthopaedics. The Shri Sharad Vinayak Kirtikar Prize. (Value Rs.2250/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Brach I-General Surgery. Failing such a candidate, in any year, in the said Branch of Surgery the Prize shall be awarded to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination from among the successful candidates who offer different Branches of Surgery at the M.S. degree examination FIRST M. B. / B. S. / M. S. The Late Professor Dr. Jagdish S. Kalgutkar Memorial Prizes. 1. Three Prizes, each of the value of Rs.1,250/-, Rs.1,000/- and Rs.750/- shall be awarde annually to the candidates who secure in the highest, second highest and third highest number of marks in the subject of Humna Anatomy (excluding sectional mark respectively, from among the successful candidates at the First M.B., B.S. examination held at the end of the regular period i.e. in October/November every year, Provided they pass the examination at the first attempt . 2. One Prizes of the value of Rs.1,250/- shall be awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.S.degree examination in the Branch of Human Anatomy at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate. In the case of a tie, the amount of Prize shall be divided equally among the candidates, figuring in the tie. 3. In the case of a tie for the Prizes to be awarded in the subject of Human Anatomy at the first M.B., B.S. examination, an attempt shall be made to resolve the tie by giving weightage to the marks obtained by the candidates on the aggregate of all the subjects taken together. If the tie still persists, then. 4. In the case of a tie between two candidates for the First Prize of Rs.1,250/-, the amount of the First Prize of Rs.1,250/- and the Second Prize of Rs.1,000/- i.e. Rs.2,250/- shall be divided equally between the said two candidates and the Third Prize shall be awarded to the Second best candidate or Candidate. 5. In the case of a tie between two candidates for the First Prize of Rs. 1,250/- the total amount of the First Prize of Rs.1,250/-, the Second Prize of Rs. 1,000/- and the Third Prize of Rs.750/- i.e. Rs.3,000/- shall be divided equally among all the candidates figuring in the tie. In such a case, the Second and Third Prizes shall not be awarded. 6. In the case of a tie between two or more candidates for the Second Prize of Rs.1,000/- the total amount of the Second Prize of Rs.1,000/-, the total amount of the Second Prize of Rs.1000/- and the Third Prize of Rs.750/- i.e.Rs.1,750/- shall be divided equally among all the candidates figuring in the tie. In such a case, the Third Prize shall not be awarded, and 7. In the case of a tie between two or more candidates for the Third Prize of Rs.750/-, the amount of the Prize shall be divided equally among all the candidates figuring in the tie. 8. If, during a particular year, any Prize is not awarded the amount of the said Prize shall be utilized for the oration to be held as the Late Professor Dr. Jagdish S. Kalgutkar Memorial Lecutre. M. S. EXAM. The Lupin Merits Prize (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) (Donation received in July, 1993) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.S.degree examination at the First Attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch II Orphopaedics. M.Ch. / M. S. / M. D. The Late Professor P.K. Sen Memorial Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Thoracic Surgery form among the successful candidates at the M.Ch. degree examination of this University held at the end of the regular period, every year, of in the absence of a candidate in the said branch to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate at the M.S.(General Surgery) or M.D. Anesthesia or M.D. (Pathology) degree examination alternately. M.S. (GENERAL SURGERY) The Dr. R.H. Karmarkar Award (Value Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate at the M.S. (General Surgery) degree examination held at the end of the regular period.

M.S. EXAM Dr. Sanes Prize (Value of Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who passes the M.S.degree examination held at the end of the regular period in the first attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of General Surgery at the examination and that aggregate is not less than 65% or its equivalent in point system provided that the candidate passes clearly in each head as well as in sub-heads. Late Smt. Manoramabai V. Gupte Memorial Prize. (Value of Rs.5,500/- in cash)

Awarded every year to the successful regular candidate who secures the highest average points grade on the aggregate in the specially branch of ORTHODONTICS at the M.D.S. degree examination of the University of Mumbai in each examination held in the first half and in the second half of the academic year. M.D. (AYU. ) EXAM. Vaidya Ramshiromani Dwivedi Kayachikitsa Prize. (Value of Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest number of marks in the branch of Kayachikitsa at the Final M.D. (Ayu.) degree examination

 

UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

 

No. Sch./ 542 of 2007.

 

The accompanying copies of University Notification regarding prize Essays for the year 2007 are forwarded with compliments to the Directors/Heads of University Departments, Principals/Deans of affiliated Colleges, Heads of recognized Institutions and Chief Reporters of all Newspapers, for information.

The Directors/Heads of the University Departments, Principals/Deans of the affiliated Colleges and Heads of recognized Institutions are requested to give wide publicity to the each of the prize Essays mentioned in the notification amongst the eligible candidates of their Institutions. The Chief Reporters of the Newspapers are requested to give wide publicity to the notification through news item in their respective newspapers, free of charge.

 

Mumbai – 400 098. for O.S.D & C.O.E.

24th August, 2007.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE M. R. PARANJAPE MEMORIAL PRIZE – 2007.

Applications are hereby invited for the M. R. Paranjape Memorial Prize for the year 2007.

The value of the prize is Rs.1,000/- in cash.

The object of the prize is to reward original research in Education carried out by a graduate of the University of Mumbai or any University in the State of Maharashtra.

The prize will be awarded for the best paper or memoir containing the results of original research carried out on the following subject selected for the prize.

"The role of e – learning in India"

No paper or memoir which has previously been awarded and prize or has been submitted as thesis or dissertation for any degree in this or any other University can be submitted in competition for the prize.

Applications for the prize shall be forwarded to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, Mahatma Jotirao Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari Campus, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, so as to reach him on or before 31st October, 2007. Each application shall be accompanied by three copies, printed or typewritten in English or Marathi of the paper or memoir containing the results of original research carried out on the above subject and a declaration that paper or memoir in question has not been awarded any prize or has not been submitted as thesis or dissertation for any degree in this or any other University.

 

The application shall contain the following particulars :-

 

1.

Name in full

:

 

2.

Residential Address

:

 

3.

Degree or degrees held with

the Name of the University

and Year of Passing

the degree examination/s

:

 

4.

Date of completion or publication

(if published of the paper or memoir).

:

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D & C.O.E.

Contd.2/-

-: 2 :-

 

No. Sch./ 543 of 2007.

Copy forwarded with compliments to the Directors/Heads of University Departments, Principals/Deans of the affiliated Colleges, Heads of recognized Institutions, Registrars of all Universities in Maharashtra and Chief Reporters of All Newspapers, for information. They are requested to give publicity to the above mentioned Prize Essay among the eligible candidates belonging to their Institutions. The Chief Reporters of the newspapers are requested to give wide publicity to the notification through a news item in their respective newspapers, free of charge.

 

Mumbai – 400 098.

24th August, 2007. for O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE LOTUS FOUNDATION PRIZE – 2007.

 

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

 

"Ayurveda & Tourism in India "

 

The prize is of the value of Rs.1,500/- in cash.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be students of the University studying in any of the classes of the College/Institution of the University as well as graduates of the University of Mumbai, provided they are not of more than four years standing from the date of their passing the examination for the first degree on the day prescribed for sending in of the essay.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writers name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken in to account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE DINESHBHAI MODY PRIZE – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay either in Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi or English for above prize for the year 2007.

 

" Jainism A Global Religion "

 

The value of the prize is Rs.2,125/- in cash.

The essay should be typewritten or hand written either in Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi or English on a fullscape paper and should not exceed 40 pages by any person.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taking into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE NARAYAN MAHADEV PARMANAND PRIZE – 2007.

 

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in Gujarati for the above prize for the year 2007.

"An appraisal of dis-investment in Indian Economy"

 

The prize is of the value of Rs.1,000/- in cash or books (at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in Gujarati and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or any persons who have passed any of the examination of the University of Mumbai.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writers name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to the essay and specific references for the statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE ASHBURNER PRIZE – 2007.

 

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Reinterpretations of paintings of Ravi Verma"

 

The value of the prize is Rs.1,500/- (in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than seven years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for the statements made where the statements are not his own and list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI
N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE SIR GEORGE LEGRAND JACOB PRIZE – 2007.

 

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

 

"The Advantage of English: Indians in a globalized Economy "

 

The value of the prize is Rs.3,000/- (Rupees 800/- in books and the balance in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or undergraduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than seven years standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in the essay.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken in to account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE DOSSABHOY HORMUSJEE CAMA PRIZE – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Ethical issues in Stem Cell research"

 

The value of the prize is Rs.3,000/- (Rs.1,000/- in books and the balance in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates in Medicine of the University of Mumbai.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account of adjudging the essay.

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE KARSANDAS MULJI PRIZE – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Living in Harmony "

 

The value of the prize is Rs.2,000/- (Half in books and the balance in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or undergraduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than six years standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essays.

Three copies of the essays should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE HOMEJEE CURSETJEE DADY PRIZE – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"India-a health bomb "

The value of the prize is Rs.3,000/- (half in books and the balance in cash or books at the winner's option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or undergraduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than ten years standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essays.

Three copies of the essays should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE PANDIT BHAGWANLAL INDRAJI GOLD MEDAL – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above medal for the year 2007.

"Understanding social structure through Archaeological remains "

The value of the medal is Rs.1,000/-.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than fifteen years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the medal, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE VISHWANATH NARAYAN MANDLIK GOLD MEDAL – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above Medal for the year 2007.

"Revival of Sanskrit Theatre in Contemporary times "

The value of the Medal is Rs.1,500/-.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai, of not more than ten years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the Medal, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE MANECKJI LIMJI GOLD MEDAL – 2007.

 

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above Medal for the year 2007.

"Impact of European Science on Colonial India "

The value of the Medal is Rs.3,000/-.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

The competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than five years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the Medal, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

 

Mumbai – 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL FELLOWSHIP SCHEME (RGNFS)for SC/ST candidates sponsored by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs , Govt. of India

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Scholarship for MS in France

The fellowship is for post-doctoral scholars

Training in New Social Science Research Methods

Scholarship

Note: Applications are invited for the following Ph.D. Fellowships. Hard copies of curriculum vitae should reach the Heads of the respective Departments no later than January 31, 2007. Invited candidates will have to appear for interviews at their own expense.

Narotam Sekhsaria Fellowships for Research

The Departments of Physics/Economics/Statistics invite three applications for the award of one Fellowship each in Physics/Demography/Statistics from persons who have a Masters degree in their respective subjects with at least 55% marks from a recognized University. The objective of the award is to provide an opportunity to scholars to undertake advanced research leading to a PhD degree.

Candidates should be below the age of twenty five years. The age limit may be relaxed in the case of exceptionally qualified candidates.

The total duration of the Fellowship is three years. The value of the Fellowship is Rs.8000 p.m. in the first year, Rs.10,000 p.m. in the second year, and Rs.12,000 p.m. in the third year. In addition, an annual contingency grant of Rs. 25,000 is available in each of the three years.

Multi Commodity Exchange Fellowships

Applications are invited for the award of two fellowships under the Memorandum of Understanding reached between the Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd. and the University of Mumbai. The primary objective of the creation of a Chair in the Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, is the promotion of research in commodities and commodity trading.

The fellowships are in the name of Sarvashree Madhusudan Daga and Dr. Madhoo Pavaskar and are of the value of Rs. 75,000 (rupees seventy five thousand only) each per year to be paid to the scholars as scholarships and related expenses for pursuing doctoral work in the Department of Economics, University of Mumbai.

Vibhooti Shukla Endowment in Urban Economics and Regional Development

Applications are invited for the award of one scholarship of the value of Rs.5000 p.m. for doctoral studies in Urban Economics and Regional Development. The duration of the award is two years but can be extended by two years subject to satisfactory progress. Young scholars who have passed the MA degree in Economics with at least a high second class are eligible to apply. Students are required to send along with their application a thesis proposal of approximately one thousand words.

The M.R. Desouza Scholarship (Value Rs.284/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the grand total, on condition that he continues his studies for the M.Com. degree examination.

The Lotus Foundation Scholarship (Value Rs.1,800/- per annum for two years) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate, on condition that he continues he continues for the M.Com. degree examination full course of Management Studies.

The Syndicate Bank Golden Jubilee Scholarship (Value Rs.900/- per annum for two years) Awarded every alternate year (even year) to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he prosecute his studies for the M.Com. degree examination, provided he is not the recipient of any other Scholarship. Failing such a candidate, to the next in rank.

The Late Shri Mohan Lal Tanna Foreign Scholarship (Value Rs.5,000/- per annum for Two Years) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest but not less than 55% of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. Degree examination. Scholar must prosecute his studies abroad for the M.Com. or M.B.A or C.A. examination at any of the standard Universities or Institutions or repute with the standing of a University in any foreign country.

The Late Shri Mohan Lal Tannan Scholarship (Value Rs.1200/- per annum for Two years) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest but not less than 55% of marks on he aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination. Scholar must prosecute his studies for the M.Com. degree examination of this University.

The Principal K.M. Kundanani Scholarship (Value Rs.1,170/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate among the successful candidate at the Final examination for the degree of B.Sc., B.Com. and B.A. by rotation each year in the order or rotation in which the examinations are mentioned below:-

B.Sc. 2001 B.Com. 2002 B.A. - 2000 The Late Shri Mohan Lal Tannan Scholarship (Value Rs.1,000/- each for two years) Awarded annually to the two candidates who pass the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt and secures the highest and the second highest number of marks respectively, but not less than 55% of marks on the aggregate among the candidates. Scholars must prosecute a full time course of study for the M.M.S. or M.B.A. degree examination at any of the following Institutions :- The Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies University of Mumbai, Or Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta or Ahmedabad, Or any other similar Institutions anywhere in India recognized by the Executive Council of this University. The Sharmrao Vithal Co-op. Bank Platinum Jubilee Prize (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the grand total at the B.Com. degree examination. The Bai Shirinbai Endowment Prize (Value Rs.425/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the grand total at the B.Com. degree examination.

The Shri Vithal Nilkanth Wagel Scholarship (Value Rs.450/- per annum for Two years) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he continues his studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other course of two years duration in Management Studies. The Sir James Begbie Scholarship (Value Rs.350/- per annum for Two years) Awarded every even year to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination with the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the examination, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other course in Management Studies. If such a student is recipient of any other University Scholarship, the Scholarship be awarded to the next in rank on the same condition. The Lotus Foundation Scholarships (SECOND AWARDED : Rs. 1,000/- p.a. for 2 years) (THIRD AWARDED : Rs. 800/- p.a. for 2 years) Awarded annually to the candidates who secures the Second and Third highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that they prosecute their studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other full time course of two years duration in Management Studies. The Mangaldas Harivallabhdas Commerce Prize (Value Rs.362/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate Hindu candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination. The Sir James Begbi Scholrship (Value Rs.350/- per annum for two year) Awarded every odd year to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the M.Com. degree examination or any other course in Management Studies. If such a student is recipient of any other University Scholarship,. The Scholarship be awarded to the next in rank, on the same condition. The Sir Ebraim Rahimtoola Prize in Commerce (Value Rs.60/- in cash) Awarded every year to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination. The Naraindas Khanchand Mirchandani Prize. (Value Rs.360/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate with at least Second Class at the B.Com. degree examination form among the successful candidates belonging to the colleges affiliated to this University situated in official areas, i.e, in Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg Districts of Maharashtra, on condition that he prosecutes his studies further in the University. The Bank of Baroda Shri N.M. Chokshi Memorial Scholarship (Value Rs.710/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in three papers in Banking and Finance as a special subject, but not less than 45% of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination, on condition that he continues his studies for the M.Com. degree examination with Banking & Finance as one of his subjects. The Late Shri Maholal Sindhoo Prize (Value Rs.565/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in three papers in Banking and Finance as special subject at the B.Com. degree examination. The Dr. S.K. Muranjan Prize (Value Rs.565/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in three papers in Banking and Finance as special at the B.Com. degree examination. The Professor S.V. Ghatalia Gold Medal (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in three papers in Financial Accounting and Auditing as special subject at the B.Com. degree examination. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Prize. (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt with the highest but not less than 60% of marks in the main subject of Financial Accounting and Auditing at the examination. The Professor P.C. Hansotia Memorial Endowment Prize. (Value Rs.450/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in Financial Accounting and Auditing at the B.Com. degree examination. The Jal T. Desai Prize. (Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in Financial Accounting and Auditing at the B.Com. degree examination, provided he passes the examination at the first attempt. The Late Shri Haridas N. Ashar Prize.

(Value Rs.900/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in the subject of Acturial Science prescribed for study under the special group among the successful candidates at the B.Com. degree examination under new pattern. The Professor G.S. Diwan Prize. (Value Rs. 100/- in cash or books) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt with the highest number of marks in Acturial Science. The Professor U.U. Bhat Memorial Prizes (Value Rs. 800/- half in cash and half in books) Awarded to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt and secures the highest number of marks in the subject of Computer System but in no case less than 70% of the total marks obtainable in the subject at the examination.

The Professor M.V. Chandgadkar Prize (Value Rs. 900/- half in cash & half in books) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the B.Com. degree examination at the first attempt and secures the highest number of marks in the subject of Mass Communication but in no case less than 55% of the total marks obtainable in that subject at the examination.

The Late Pratapsingh Ranchhoddas Jethabhai Memorial (Commerce) Prize (Value Rs. 280/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secure the highest of marks in Business Management at the B.Com. degree examination. The Professor P.C. Hansotia Memorial Endowment Prize (Value Rs. 450/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secure the highest number of marks in Cost Accounting at the B.Com. degree examination. The Dr. R.V. Bhagwat Prize. Application required (Value Rs. 630/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination from among the application who are sons/daughters of teacher in degree colleges affiliated to this University provided he passes the examination at the first attempt. The Late Shri T.D. Kansara Memorial Prize. (Value Rs. 1,350/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate passes at the first attempt the B.Com degree examination held in the first half attempt the B.Com. degree examination held in the first half of every year, with the highest number of marks on the aggregate in the three papers on Banking and Finance as a special subject among the successful candidate at the examination.

The Late Bai Annapurnabai Vishwanath Mandlik Prize Application required (Value Rs.125/- in books) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the B.Com. degree examination from among the applicants whose parents/guardians income does not exceed Rs.2,000/- per month, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the M.Com. degree examination. The Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial Cash Prize instituted by the Progressive Welfare Association, Mumbai. (Value Rs. 1000/- each in cash) Three prizes awarded annually at each of the B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. degree examination held in the first half of calendar year, to the candidates who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate from among the successful candidates belonging to backward Classes (i.e. Schedule Castes, Neo-Buddhists, Schedule Tribes, Denotified Tribes and Nomadic Tribes, Denotified Tribes and Nomadic Tribes and Nomadic Tribes) at the respective examination. The Shri Ajay Bhatt S. Vadhyar Prize Application required (Value Rs. 850/- in cash) Awarded annually to a son or daughter of the University non-teaching employee in service or retired who passes the T.Y. B.Com. Examination at the first attempt and secures the highest number of marks in the special subject of Financial Accounting & Auditing (i.e. out of 300 marks) at the examination from among those who apply for the prize. Shrimati Motibai Moraraji prizes (Value of Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate from among the successful candidate at the B.Com. degree examination. B. LIB. SCIENCE EXAM. The Matushri Saubhagyavati Parvatibai Priolkar Prize (Value : Rs. 280/- in books) Awarded annually to the highest on the aggregate. The Dadabhai Naoroji Memorial Pirze (Value Rs.690/- in cash or books) Awarded annually to the highest on the aggregate. The Smt. Shanta N. Rege Prize (Value : Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to the a candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate from among the successful candidates at the B.Lib. Science degree examination of this University.

B.E. DEGREE EXAM. THE SMT. SAVITA KISHOR SHAH MEMORIAL AWARD (Value Rs.2, 250/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the B.E. degree examination held in the first half of every year at the first attempt and secures the highest percentage of marks on the grand total from among all the successful candidates who offer different branches of engineering at the said examination. F. E. EXAM. THE COLONEL PATRICK FRENCH SCHOLARSHIP (P.120) (Value Rs. 230/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the highest on the aggregate, on condition that he prosecutes studies for the B.E. degree examination of this University. THE CHETTANRAM G. ABICHANDANI SCHOLARSHIP (P.121) (Value Rs. 512/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes in the First Class with the highest number of marks on the aggregate, on condition that he prosecutes studies for the B.E. degree examination. Failing such a candidate, to the next best eligible candidate, on the same conditions. THE DEWAN KHANCHAND JECHANDRAI MIRCHANDANI SCHOLARSHIP (P.94) Value Rs. 360/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the highest among all the successful candidates, on condition that he prosecutes studies for the degree examination of this University. THE KAHANDAS MUNCHARAM SCHOLARSHIP (P.120) (Value Rs. 200/- per annum, for one year) Awarded annually to the highest among Gujarati Hindu application, on condition that he prosecutes studies further. F. E. (APPLICATIONS REQURED) THE PARPATIBAI R. RAMCHANDANI SCHOLARSHIP. (Value Rs. 375/- per annum, tenable for 3 years) Awarded every third year (award due in 1993) to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks on the aggregate at the F.E. examination from among the applicants whose parents / guardians income does not exceed Rs. 2, 500/- per month, on condition that he prosecutes his studies for the B.E. degree examination

M.D. EXAMINATION The Dr. Sir. Mangaldas Methta Gold Medal (Value Rs.200/-) Awarded annually to the candidates who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch II- Obstetrics and Gynecology, provided he is not awarded the Prince of Wales Gold Medal. If such a candidate is not available, awarded at the discretion of the Executive Council. The Mrs. Prabhavati Bhalchandra Vad Prize (Value Rs. 200/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch I-average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch I-General Medicine, provided he is not the recipient of a Gold Medal under any other endowment of the university. If there be no such candidate, or if the candidate gets any Medal, awarded to a successful candidate in Brach II, Branch III, Branch IV, in order or priority, provided such a candidate is not a recipient of a gold medal under any other endowment of the University. The Dr. Chunibhai Shankerbhai Patel Gold Medal in General Medicine (Value Rs.350/-) Awarded annually to the Candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I General Medicine. The Dr. Nusserwanji Fakirji Surveyor, Shrveyor, Shirinbai Nusseranji Surveyor, Hodabux Nusserwanji Surveyor and Noshirwan Khodabux Surveyor Memorial Scholarship. (Value Rs. 1, 130/- per annum for one year) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Brach I General Medicine. The Dr. Chandrakant G. Saraiya Gold Medal (Value Rs.900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the First attempt with the higher average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch II Obstetrics and Gynecology provided he passes all the examinations for the M.B., B.S. degree at the first attempt. The Dr. P.V. Gharpur Prize (Value Rs. 750/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch XIV Pathology and Branch XV Microbiology alternately. The Dr. Moxmadan Nerbheram Desai Prize (Value Rs.560/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch VII Anaesthesia. The Dr. Maneck Phirozsha Bhagat Gold Medal (Value Rs.900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch IV Paediatrics. The Dr. J.C. Marfatia Gold Medal (Value Rs. 900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passess the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch XII Psychological Medicine. The Smt. Indu Deshpande Diagnostic Radiology Prize (Value Rs. 800/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch IX Radio Diagonsis. The Dr. Latif Patel Prize (Value Rs.800/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I General Medicine.

The Price of Wales Gold Medal and the Hansraj Pragji Thackersey Prince of Wales Fellowship. (Value: Fellowship Rs.950/- per annum for one year Medal Rs.200/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch of study notified for the year. If the candidate is ineligible, refer to Regulation 2. The Rani Jagadamba Devi J.K. Mehta Prize (Value Rs.1,350/- in Cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate in Practical and Orals, taken together at the examination in Branch I General Medicine held in October. The Dr. Ardeshir Koyali Contractor Book Prize. (Value : Rs.2,125/- in Books)

Awarded every year, by rotation to a candidate who passes the M.D. (Medicine) degree examination of this University at the first attempt with the highest average points in Clinical Medicine and to a candidate who passes the M.D. (Radio Diagnosis) degree examination of this University at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Radio-Diagnosis. The Dr. C.K. Deshpande Gold Medal. ( Value Rs. 900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch of Microbiology, failing him Pathology. The Late Dr. R.B. Billimoria Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination with the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of General Medicine. The Late Shri Kishinchand Thawerdas Khilnani Prize . (Value Rs.2,762/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch VI-Skin Diseases from among the successful candidates at the M.D. degree examination held at the end of the regular period in January every year.

M.Ch./M.S./M.D. The Late Professor P.K. Sen Memorial Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Thoracic Surgery form among the successful candidates at the M.Ch. degree examination of this University held at the end of the regular period, every year, or in the absence of a candidate in the said branch to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate at the M.S. (Gen.Surgery) or M.S. (Gen.Surgery) or M.D. (Anaesthesia) or M.D.(Pathology) degree examination alternately. M.D. EXAM. The Lupin Merit Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) (Donation received in July, 1993) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination at the First Attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch V-T.B. and Chest Diseases. The Dr. V. S. Palekar Memorial Prize (Value Rs. 2,125/-) Awarded annually to the Candidate who Passes examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I General Medicine.T The Dr. N.A. Purandare Memorial Prize. (Value Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination at the First Attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregare in Branch II- Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Br. Sanes Gangaprasad Singh Memorial Prize. (Value Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination held at the end of the regular period in the first attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Forensic Medicine and that the aggregate is not less than 60% or its equivalent in point system, provided that the candidate passes clearly in each head as well as sub-heads. Dr. Sanes Prize. (Value of Rs, 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who passes the M.D. degree examination held at the end of the regular period in the first attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Radiology at the examination and that the aggregate is no less than 60% or it equivalent in point system, provided that the candidate passes clearly in each head as well as sub-heads. Late Smt. Manoramabai V. Gupte Memorial Prize. (Value of Rs.5,500/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch X Preventive & Social Medicine from amongst the successful candidates at the M.D. degree examination. The Dr. Usha Suresh Wagh Prize. (Value of Rs.2000/- in cash). Awarded annually to the candidates who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch VII- Anaesthesia. Dr. Suman Ganesh Kinare Memorial Prize. (Value of Rs.4,250/- in cash) Awarded every year to the candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of Pathology at the M.D. degree examination. M. S. EXAMINATION The Dr. Ardeshir Pestonji Bacha Memorial Gold Medal. (Value Rs.550/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I- General Surgery. Failing such candidate in Branch I- awarded to a candidate in Branch II- Orthopaedics or Branch III-Oto-rhino-Larynogology, in order of Priority. The Dr. Chunibhai Shankerbhai Patel Gold Medal in Surgery. (Value Rs. 350/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I-General Surgery. The Dr. S.R. Moolgavkar Gold Medal. (Value Rs. 295/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch I-General Surgery. The Late Seth Gagalbhai Natthubhai Prize. (Value Rs.565/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch III-Oto-Rhino-Laryngology. The Dr. M.V. Sant Prize. (Value Rs.970/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch II-Orthopaedics. The Prince of Wales Gold Medal and the Hansraj Pragji Thackersey Prince of Wales Fellowship. (Value: Fellowship Rs.950/- per annum for one year and Medal Rs.200/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Branch of study notified for the year. If the candidate is ineligible, refer to Regulation 2. The Dr. Anand Pardhy Prize. (Value: Rs.500/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch of Surgery notified for the year. The Dr. Dipak L. Kothari Gold Medal. (Value : Rs.900/-) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in the Branch II-Orthopaedics. The Shri Sharad Vinayak Kirtikar Prize. (Value Rs.2250/- in cash) Awarded annually to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination in Brach I-General Surgery. Failing such a candidate, in any year, in the said Branch of Surgery the Prize shall be awarded to the candidate who passes the examination with the highest average points on the aggregate at the examination from among the successful candidates who offer different Branches of Surgery at the M.S. degree examination FIRST M. B. / B. S. / M. S. The Late Professor Dr. Jagdish S. Kalgutkar Memorial Prizes. 1. Three Prizes, each of the value of Rs.1,250/-, Rs.1,000/- and Rs.750/- shall be awarde annually to the candidates who secure in the highest, second highest and third highest number of marks in the subject of Humna Anatomy (excluding sectional mark respectively, from among the successful candidates at the First M.B., B.S. examination held at the end of the regular period i.e. in October/November every year, Provided they pass the examination at the first attempt . 2. One Prizes of the value of Rs.1,250/- shall be awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.S.degree examination in the Branch of Human Anatomy at the first attempt with the highest average points on the aggregate. In the case of a tie, the amount of Prize shall be divided equally among the candidates, figuring in the tie. 3. In the case of a tie for the Prizes to be awarded in the subject of Human Anatomy at the first M.B., B.S. examination, an attempt shall be made to resolve the tie by giving weightage to the marks obtained by the candidates on the aggregate of all the subjects taken together. If the tie still persists, then. 4. In the case of a tie between two candidates for the First Prize of Rs.1,250/-, the amount of the First Prize of Rs.1,250/- and the Second Prize of Rs.1,000/- i.e. Rs.2,250/- shall be divided equally between the said two candidates and the Third Prize shall be awarded to the Second best candidate or Candidate. 5. In the case of a tie between two candidates for the First Prize of Rs. 1,250/- the total amount of the First Prize of Rs.1,250/-, the Second Prize of Rs. 1,000/- and the Third Prize of Rs.750/- i.e. Rs.3,000/- shall be divided equally among all the candidates figuring in the tie. In such a case, the Second and Third Prizes shall not be awarded. 6. In the case of a tie between two or more candidates for the Second Prize of Rs.1,000/- the total amount of the Second Prize of Rs.1,000/-, the total amount of the Second Prize of Rs.1000/- and the Third Prize of Rs.750/- i.e.Rs.1,750/- shall be divided equally among all the candidates figuring in the tie. In such a case, the Third Prize shall not be awarded, and 7. In the case of a tie between two or more candidates for the Third Prize of Rs.750/-, the amount of the Prize shall be divided equally among all the candidates figuring in the tie. 8. If, during a particular year, any Prize is not awarded the amount of the said Prize shall be utilized for the oration to be held as the Late Professor Dr. Jagdish S. Kalgutkar Memorial Lecutre. M. S. EXAM. The Lupin Merits Prize (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) (Donation received in July, 1993) Awarded annually to a candidate who passes the M.S.degree examination at the First Attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Branch II Orphopaedics. M.Ch. / M. S. / M. D. The Late Professor P.K. Sen Memorial Prize. (Value Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate in Thoracic Surgery form among the successful candidates at the M.Ch. degree examination of this University held at the end of the regular period, every year, of in the absence of a candidate in the said branch to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate at the M.S.(General Surgery) or M.D. Anesthesia or M.D. (Pathology) degree examination alternately. M.S. (GENERAL SURGERY) The Dr. R.H. Karmarkar Award (Value Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest average points on the aggregate at the M.S. (General Surgery) degree examination held at the end of the regular period.

M.S. EXAM Dr. Sanes Prize (Value of Rs. 2,125/- in cash) Awarded every year to a candidate who passes the M.S.degree examination held at the end of the regular period in the first attempt and secures the highest average points on the aggregate in the Branch of General Surgery at the examination and that aggregate is not less than 65% or its equivalent in point system provided that the candidate passes clearly in each head as well as in sub-heads. Late Smt. Manoramabai V. Gupte Memorial Prize. (Value of Rs.5,500/- in cash)

Awarded every year to the successful regular candidate who secures the highest average points grade on the aggregate in the specially branch of ORTHODONTICS at the M.D.S. degree examination of the University of Mumbai in each examination held in the first half and in the second half of the academic year. M.D. (AYU. ) EXAM. Vaidya Ramshiromani Dwivedi Kayachikitsa Prize. (Value of Rs.2,125/- in cash) Awarded annually to a candidate who secures the highest number of marks in the branch of Kayachikitsa at the Final M.D. (Ayu.) degree examination

UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

No. Sch./ 542 of 2007.

The accompanying copies of University Notification regarding prize Essays for the year 2007 are forwarded with compliments to the Directors/Heads of University Departments, Principals/Deans of affiliated Colleges, Heads of recognized Institutions and Chief Reporters of all Newspapers, for information.

The Directors/Heads of the University Departments, Principals/Deans of the affiliated Colleges and Heads of recognized Institutions are requested to give wide publicity to the each of the prize Essays mentioned in the notification amongst the eligible candidates of their Institutions. The Chief Reporters of the Newspapers are requested to give wide publicity to the notification through news item in their respective newspapers, free of charge.

Mumbai - 400 098. for O.S.D & C.O.E.

24th August, 2007.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE M. R. PARANJAPE MEMORIAL PRIZE - 2007.

Applications are hereby invited for the M. R. Paranjape Memorial Prize for the year 2007.

The value of the prize is Rs.1,000/- in cash.

The object of the prize is to reward original research in Education carried out by a graduate of the University of Mumbai or any University in the State of Maharashtra.

The prize will be awarded for the best paper or memoir containing the results of original research carried out on the following subject selected for the prize.

"The role of e - learning in India"

No paper or memoir which has previously been awarded and prize or has been submitted as thesis or dissertation for any degree in this or any other University can be submitted in competition for the prize.

Applications for the prize shall be forwarded to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, Mahatma Jotirao Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari Campus, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, so as to reach him on or before 31st October, 2007. Each application shall be accompanied by three copies, printed or typewritten in English or Marathi of the paper or memoir containing the results of original research carried out on the above subject and a declaration that paper or memoir in question has not been awarded any prize or has not been submitted as thesis or dissertation for any degree in this or any other University.

The application shall contain the following particulars :-

1.

Name in full

:

2.

Residential Address

:

3.

Degree or degrees held with

the Name of the University

and Year of Passing

the degree examination/s

:

4.

Date of completion or publication

(if published of the paper or memoir).

:

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D & C.O.E.

Contd.2/-

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No. Sch./ 543 of 2007.

Copy forwarded with compliments to the Directors/Heads of University Departments, Principals/Deans of the affiliated Colleges, Heads of recognized Institutions, Registrars of all Universities in Maharashtra and Chief Reporters of All Newspapers, for information. They are requested to give publicity to the above mentioned Prize Essay among the eligible candidates belonging to their Institutions. The Chief Reporters of the newspapers are requested to give wide publicity to the notification through a news item in their respective newspapers, free of charge.

Mumbai - 400 098.

24th August, 2007. for O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE LOTUS FOUNDATION PRIZE - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Ayurveda & Tourism in India "

The prize is of the value of Rs.1,500/- in cash.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be students of the University studying in any of the classes of the College/Institution of the University as well as graduates of the University of Mumbai, provided they are not of more than four years standing from the date of their passing the examination for the first degree on the day prescribed for sending in of the essay.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writers name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken in to account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE DINESHBHAI MODY PRIZE - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay either in Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi or English for above prize for the year 2007.

" Jainism A Global Religion "

The value of the prize is Rs.2,125/- in cash.

The essay should be typewritten or hand written either in Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi or English on a fullscape paper and should not exceed 40 pages by any person.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taking into account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE NARAYAN MAHADEV PARMANAND PRIZE - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in Gujarati for the above prize for the year 2007.

"An appraisal of dis-investment in Indian Economy"

The prize is of the value of Rs.1,000/- in cash or books (at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in Gujarati and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or any persons who have passed any of the examination of the University of Mumbai.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writers name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to the essay and specific references for the statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE ASHBURNER PRIZE - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Reinterpretations of paintings of Ravi Verma"

The value of the prize is Rs.1,500/- (in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than seven years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for the statements made where the statements are not his own and list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI
N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE SIR GEORGE LEGRAND JACOB PRIZE - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"The Advantage of English: Indians in a globalized Economy "

The value of the prize is Rs.3,000/- (Rupees 800/- in books and the balance in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or undergraduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than seven years standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in the essay.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken in to account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE DOSSABHOY HORMUSJEE CAMA PRIZE - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Ethical issues in Stem Cell research"

The value of the prize is Rs.3,000/- (Rs.1,000/- in books and the balance in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates in Medicine of the University of Mumbai.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account of adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE KARSANDAS MULJI PRIZE - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"Living in Harmony "

The value of the prize is Rs.2,000/- (Half in books and the balance in cash or books at the winners option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or undergraduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than six years standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essays.

Three copies of the essays should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE HOMEJEE CURSETJEE DADY PRIZE - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above prize for the year 2007.

"India-a health bomb "

The value of the prize is Rs.3,000/- (half in books and the balance in cash or books at the winner's option).

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates or undergraduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than ten years standing from the date of their Matriculation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essays.

Three copies of the essays should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the prize, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE PANDIT BHAGWANLAL INDRAJI GOLD MEDAL - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above medal for the year 2007.

"Understanding social structure through Archaeological remains "

The value of the medal is Rs.1,000/-.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than fifteen years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the medal, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE VISHWANATH NARAYAN MANDLIK GOLD MEDAL - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above Medal for the year 2007.

"Revival of Sanskrit Theatre in Contemporary times "

The value of the Medal is Rs.1,500/-.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

Competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai, of not more than ten years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and a declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the Medal, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and the writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and a list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

N O T I F I C A T I O N

THE MANECKJI LIMJI GOLD MEDAL - 2007.

The following subject has been selected for competitive essay in English or Marathi for the above Medal for the year 2007.

"Impact of European Science on Colonial India "

The value of the Medal is Rs.3,000/-.

The essay should be typewritten in English or Marathi and should not be less than 5000 words.

The competitors should be graduates of the University of Mumbai of not more than five years standing from the date of their graduation on the day prescribed for the sending in of the essay. By the term 'date of graduation' is to be understood the date of a candidates first receiving any degree.

Three copies of the essay should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, University of Mumbai, Scholarships Section, Room No.35, First Floor, M. J. Phule Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 098, on or before 31st October, 2007. Each essay should be designated by a motto instead of the writer's name and should be accompanied by a sealed cover containing the name of the competitor, his University standing, his postal address and declaration that the essay sent in by him is bonafide his own composition. The name of the Medal, the year of competition, the subject of the essay and writers motto should be superscribed on the cover.

The writer of each essay must give authorities for statements made where the statements are not his own and list of all the books consulted or referred to in the essay and specific references for all statements which demand verification. Disregard of this rule will be taken into account in adjudging the essay.

Mumbai - 400 098. Prakash J. Wani

24th August, 2007. O.S.D.& C.O.E.

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