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Government, duty to...

Colleges, two

Great Charter of Natve education
Graduates, responsibilities of . .
advice to ..



... 66

... 194
... 204
... 264
... 44
... 41
12,114
... 155



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Page.
Graduates, advice to, in Medicine ... ... .. ... ... 302



in Engineering
in Teaching



, charges against

. , duties to the University and to the State of.



... 303
... 304
... 274
... 146
mortality among ... ... ... ... ... 262

, manufacture of ... ... ... ... ... ... 273

, prospects for ... ... ... ... ... 143,144,145

, prospects of ... ... ... ... ... ... 18(5

, the distribution of ... ... ... ... ... 173

, the obligations of .. . ... ... ... ... 148

Graduation not the crowning of the edifice of knowledge .. ... ... 271

Great social changes .. ... .. ... ... ... ... 152

Guard against temptations ... ... ... ... ... 63



Habits of Study ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 169

Heart and the Head ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 68

Health, alcohol and meat not essential to ... ... ... ... 18:i

Health ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2^5

Hewers of wood and drawers of water ... ... ... ... ... 172

Higher European education, the fruits of ... ... ... ... 50

education, opposition to ... ... ... ... ... 87

.- , prejudice against ... ... ... ... ... 108

, expenditure on justitied ... ... ... ... 149

, a defence ... ... ... ... ... ... 158

, classes that take to ... ... ... ... 176

Hindu law, study of .. ... ... ... ... ... ... 166

society, its merits ... .. ... ... ... ... 210

History of India ana its exceptional nature ... ... . ... 94

History ... ... ... ... 103

How Education was emancipated in India ... ... ... ... 169

India profits by English rule ... ... ... ... ... 200



Ignorance, the cnrse of God ... ... ... ... ... ... 96

,co6tof ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 98

Import of promises made ... .., ... ... ... ... 14

Improve your leisure. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... 23

Imagination, works of ... .. ... ... ... ... 56

Importance of pure water recognised in ancient India ... ... ... 130

Impossible, do not expect the ... ... ... ... ... 232

India cannot be independent ... ... ... ... ... ... 232

, condition in winch England found ... ... ... ... 112

India, past condition of ... ... ... ... ... ... 67

Indian philanthropists, absence of ... ... ... ... ... 138

, self-respect of the ... ... ... ... ... ...184

students, defects of .. ... ... ... ... ... 91

Indians, singular apathy of ... ... ... ... ... ... 164

, the educated ... ... .. ... ... ... 391

Industries, application of Science to ... ... ... ... ... 300

Influence of an. University indirect ... ... ... ... ... 143

Innovate quietly and by degrees ... ... ... ... ... 122

Intellect of the average Hindu ... ... ... ... ... 103

Intellectual cultivation must be ever progressive ... ... ... 293



Index. v

Paye.

Interpret between the rulers and the ruled ... ... ... ... 251

honestly between Phigland and ludia ... ... ... ... 268

Investigate the institutions of the East ... . ... ... ... 61



Journalism, the yearly increasing force of ... . ... ... 241

Judge, the power of the ... ... ... ... ... ... 106

Justice ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 21



Keep the authors you have studied with you ... ... ... .. 294

Knowledge, the acquisition and diffusion of ... ... ... ... 81

, diffuse among your countrymen ... ... ... ... 263

's Alpine regions ... ... ... ... ... ... 115

of Laws of Nature ... ... ... ... ... 97

, pleasures of ... ... ... ... ... ... 98

Know something of everything ... ... ... ... ... 224



Labour for the benefit of others ... ... ... . M ... 74

Lady graduates (1891) ... ... ... ... ,.. ... 282

Latin and Greek ... ... ... ... ... .*. ... 55

Law College, the ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 302

, a Science and an Art ... ... ... ... ... ... 165

, excitements and temptations of the profession of ... ... ... 240

Lawyer, a curious ethical problem for every ... ... ... ... 240

Lawyers, obligations of ... ... ... ... ... ... 165

Leading the people of India ... ... . ... ... ... ... 203

Learn Latin and Greek if possible ... ... ... ... ... 297

Line (the) which costs yon nothing to write ... .... ... ... 242

Literature, classical ... ... ... ... ... ... 103

, the Nasmyth hammer ... .. ... ... ... 241

, the study of, is the study of mankind ... ... ... 295

Live and labour for India ... ... ... ... ... ... 78

Local and Municipal funds ... ... ... ... ... ... 83

bodies, management of ... ... ... ... ... ... 189

self-government, develop ... ... ... ... ... 205

Look at that picture and on this ... ... ... ... ... 113

less to the English capitalist ... ... ... ... ... 198

Loyalty, feeling of ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 168



Make your shadows what yon please ... ... ... . ... 154

Manners (good) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 227

Marriage, profuse expenditure on ... ... ... ... ... 183

of widows ... ... ... ... .. ,. 189



Material prosperity ... ... ...

Masses, educate the ...

Mathematics

Mathematical attainments, a marked decline in...

Me*ns to ends ... ... ... ...

Medical graduates, total absence of



-, paucity of ...



... 198
255,305
... 104
... 262
... 229
... 116



Page.

Medicine in ancient India ... ... ... ... ... ... 125

not an honoured calling among Englishmen ... ... ... 133

Medical, the sciences arid art ... ... ... ... ... ... 195

Mental and moral improvement ... ... ... ... ><p 5

Metaphysics, Michelet's definition of ... ... ... ... ... 276

Mineralogy ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 216

Missionary agencies ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 159

Monument of British rule in India ... ... ... ... ... loi

Mortality from fever... . ... ... ... ... ... 195

Munificence... ... ... ... ... .,. ... ... 20

Mutiny, the dark days of ... ... ... .. ... ... 40

Muthusamy Aiyar, the Hon'ble T. ... ... ... ... ... 147

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Napier's (Lord) advice to graduates ... ... ... ... ... 66

National Colleges ... ... ... ... ... ... 160

National Unity, want of ... ... ... ... 50

Native opinion, exponents of ... ... ... ... ... ... 149

Native Press, the ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 37

Nineteenth Century, the greatest man of the ... ... ... ... 49

No Indian politics worth the name ... ... ... ... ... 199

Nobler cycle of existence, a ... ... ... ... ... ... 100

Not what you have learnt but how you have learnt it ... ... ... 236



Object of seeking education ... ... ... ... ... ... 84

Objects of general education ... ... ... ... ... ... 22

Offer sound advice to the Government and the people ... ... ... 188

Official influence in India ... ... ... ... ...141

Ou what the reputation of the University depends ... ... ... 33

One respect in which the Madras University is less favourable to general

cultnre than other Universities ... ... ... ... ... 118

Opinion, differences of ... ... ... ... ... ... 227

, change of ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2*28

Opportunities for doing good ... ... ... ... ... ... 190

Other champions of error .... ... ... ... ... ... 19

Other openings ... . ... .... ... ... ... ... 120

Other .virtues ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 20

Our first winter in Crimea ... ... ... ... ... ... 133



Pareiyas, raise the ... ... ... 313

Parliamentary system, the ... ... ... 200

Past of your country, compare with its Present ... ... ... 257

Past political condition 232

Patriot and politician ... . 2

Peaceful warriors of Southern India ... , ... ... ... ... H

Penal law (the) ... ; 227

People of India must work out their own salvation ... ... ... 282

Physical Science ... ... ... ... 63

Training 262

Pleasures ... ... ... ... ... ... *>7

Political life in England

Population, transfer of ...



Index, Vii

Page.

Poor, the maintenance of tbe . ... ... ... 184

Possibilities of an improved system of agriculture ... ... ... 131

Power, godlike power ... ... ... ... ... ... 241

Powell, Mr. E. B. a bright example ... ... ... ... ... 85

Practical usefulness ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 94

Present and the Past ... ... ... ... ... ... 45

position of Education... ... . ... ... .. 142



Preserve habits of mental discipline ...
the honour of the University



what is good in the old and adopt what is good in the new
Press, advice to the Indian
Princ-ples that lawyers should act upon

Profession ... ... .. ... ... ...

: , choice of... ... ... ... ... ...

, master your . .... ... ... ... ...

Prove all things, hold fast that which is good ...



177
27
230
266
38
225
59
246
267
Progress of sixteen years ... ... ..- ... ... .. 86

made between 1858 and 186S ... ... ... ... 43

Promote education ... ..... ... ... ... ... ... 31

Psychology... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... 61

Public, Service, the ... ... ... -. ... ... ... 192

Pure air ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 130

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Qualifications of a medical man ... ... ... ... ... 5

Quest of truth ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 64

Question, an anxious... ... ... ... ... ... ... 138

Questions, three important ... ... ... ... ... ... 189

B

Raja Ram Mohtm Roy ... ... ... ... ... 123,170

Raise India from the slough of poverty .. ... ... ... 198



yourselves individually ...

Ranganadha Shastry...

Rate of success

Reason for the unfounded charge

Recapitulation



265
147
171
89
.. 219



Reform in social customs, let come from without ... ... ... 249

Religion ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 231

scruples about dissection ... ... ... ... ... 126

Religious and social customs ... ... ... ... ... ... 201

Religions of Southern 1 \id-ia ... ... ... ... ... .. 213

Representative Government in India ... ... ... ... ,.111

Respect other*' feelings ... ... ... ... ... ... 227

Responsibilities of graduates ... ... ... ... ... ... H4

' lawyers ... ... ... ^, ... ... 25

Result of honesty and reason for honesty ... ... ... ... 11

of past years ... ... .. ... ... ... . 175



Results of self-education

Retrospect, a (1890) ...

Rise and progress of Universities in the West

Road to eminence



glory and happiness



24

260

2

106

75



Sasruta ... ... ... ... ... ... 12,6

Schoolmaster, profession of ... ... ... ... ... ... 47

Sciences, knowledge of the ... ... ... .. 299



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Page.

Secret of Englishmen's success ... ... ... ... ... 29

Self-dnial, the law of being ... ... ... ... ... ... 184

Self "education ... ... ... .., ... ... 22

Senate House ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 124

Service and subordination, the life of the Universe ... ... ... 74

Seshia Shastry, the Hon'ble A, ... ... ... ... ... 147

Signs, one or! the worst, of the present age .. ... ... ... 242



Social conditions, study of the



Reform



shastraic method of



system



Student the father of man
Study, a congenial ...



all your life

books and mn



... 182
235,266
... 268
... 103



Society (a) composed of educated men and uneducated women ... ... 279

Sound mental aud moral training ... ... ... ... ... 179

Specialization, disadvantages of ... ... ... ... ... 275

State aid ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 159

Strive to be true and enlightened patriots ... ... ... ... 107

Students, be through life .. ... ... ... ... ... 254



86
117



... 65
73

, follow your own line of ... ... ... ... ... 275

institutions on the spot ... ... ... ... ... 122

of Physical Science ... ... ... ... ... ... 109

Success in school and success in after life ... ... ... ... 9

Supplement what has been learnt ... ... ... ... ... 293

System of our teaching ... ... ... ... ... ... 92

T

Take a leading part in reforms ... ... ... ... ... 182

Teaching, the profession of ... ... ... ... ... ... 119

Technical Education... ... ... ... 197,307

The truest beneficence ... ... ... ... ... ... 140

The tyrant custom ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 121

Theory and practice ... ,.. ... ... ... ... 226

Think straight and see clear ... ... ... ... ... ... 188

Thought, independence of ... ... ... ... ... ... 100

Time, the art of losing wisely... ... ... ... ... ...263

, value and spend it well ... ... ... ... ... ... 223

Titl<, the a comparison ... ... ... ... ... ... 18

Too much, do not attempt ... ... ... ... ... ... 247

Translate knowledge into action ... ... ... 65

Trash, what is trash ... ... ... ... ... ...214

Travancore, liberality of the First Prince of ... ... ... ... 36

Truth, search for ... ... ... ... ... 104

Turner's (Sir Charles) advice to Incians ... ... !*>'*

Twenty years ago ... . . ... ... ... 270

Two remarkable documents ... ... ... ... 203

u

University, description of an English .. ... ... ... 99

men, advantages of employing ... ... ... *7*

, mother of anew Commoa wealth ... ... ... 51

, nature of Indian ... .. ... ... ... 102

, products of an English ... ... ... ... 100

, the fair fame of ... ... ... .. 78

~ , the objects of the ... . . , ,., - ^3



x



Page.

University, the reputation of the ... .. ... ... ... 191

extension lectures ... ... ... ... ... 290

, representation of graduates in the ... ... ... .. L'ltO



study, improved schemes of



University a short sketch of the history of

what ia this

Universities, ancient English ...

, the main function of

Unsuccessful candidates, advice to



counsel to



.. 291

.. 286

.. 288

.. 28'.)

.. 118

.. 261

.. 237



Vakil's Association ... ... ... ... .. ... ... 166

Value of education ... ... ... ... ... ... 148

Indian Agency ... ... ... ... ... ... 173

Science ... ... ... ... ... ... 104

Vantage ground of age and experience, some practical advice from the ... 238

Vernacular literature... .. ... ... ... ... ... 206

-, creation of ... ... ... ... ... 47

, revival of ... ... ... ... ... 162

Vernaculars, improvement of the ... ... ... ... ... 288

, improve your knowledge of ... ... ... ... 297

Vidyalaya, the old ... ... ... ... ... ...170

Village sanitation ... ... ... ... 196

Virtues of a real student ... ... ... ... ... ... 85

Visit to Europe ... ... ... 161

w

Wage war against ignorance and vice ... ... ... ... ... 37

Warning, a timely ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 222

, Ulysses' 247

Wealth and civilization ... ... ... ... ... ... 205

West, daughter of the East ... ^ ... ... ... ... 67

What educated Indians may do ... 135,136,137
is common between the East arid the West ... ... .. 95



* this art of Medicine ...

India would be in the absence of Europeans

success in examinations implies

the University offers ...

When can we look for original research
Why Perjury has grown

some men of great learning fail ...

Will, development of

Wisdom, ancient

Wise men build themselves ...

Withdrawing girls from school at an early age ...

Witnesses, duty to



.. 128
...199
.. 186
.. 18
.. 106
.. 25
.. 9
.. 60
.. 229
.. 176
.. 279
.. 240



Women, educate your ... ... ... ... ... 255,278

- education of ... ... ... ... 203,249,268,311

Worthies, some of the most conspicuous of India's ... ... ... 42

Wynaad ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 132

Y

Youth (the), at the cross roads ... ... ... ... ... 115

Z

Zemindars, education of ... ... ... ... ... 99




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