Page:Convocation Addresses of the Universities of Bombay and Madras.djvu/611

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Page. Graduntes, advice to, in Medicine .„ ... ... ... ... 802 - in Engineering ... ... ,,, ... ... 303 in Teaching ... ... „ ... ... 304 -' ■ , charges against ... ... ... ... . ... ... 274 ■ , duties to the University and to the State of... .. ... 146 i ■ ■• , mortality among ... ... ... ... ... 262 , manufacture of ... ... ... ... ... ... 273 , prospects for ... ... ... ... ... 143,144,145 ', prospects of ... ... ... ... ... ... 186 , 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

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Habits of Study ... ... ... ... ... .- ... 169 Heart and the Head ... ... ... ••• ... ... ... 68 Health, alcohol and meat not essential to ... ... ... ... IS-i Health ... ... ..- ... ... ... ... ... 2;i5 Hewers of wood and drawers of water ... ... ... ... ... 172 Higher European education, the fruits of ... ... ... ... 50 education, opposition to ... ... ... ••• ... 87 .... , prejudice against ••• ... •». ... ... 108 ^— — — , expenditure on justified ... ... ... ... 149 , a defence ... ... ... ... ... ... 158 — , classes that take to ... ... ... ... 176 Hindu law, study of .. ... ... ... ... ... ... 166 society, its merits ... .. ... ... ••• ... 210 History of India ani its exceptional nature ... ... ... ... 94 Histoiy ... ... ... . 103 How Education was emancipated in India ... ... ... ... 169

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India profits by English rule ... «,. ... ... ... 200 Ignorance, the cnrse of God ... ... ••• ... «.. ... 96 , cofct of ... .,. ... ,.♦ ... ... ... 98 Import of prooiises made ... ... ... ... ... ... 14 lrapn>ve your leisure... ... ... ... ... ... ... 23 Imagination, works of ... .. ... ... ... ... 66 Importance of pure water recognised in ancient India ... ... ... 130 Impossible, do not expect the ... ... ... ... ... 232 India cannot be independent ... ... ... ... ... ... 232 , condition in which 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 ... ... .. ... ... ••• 191 Inda.%tries, application of Science to ... ... ... ... ... 300 Influence of nu University indirect ... ... ... ... ... 143 Innovate quietly and by degrees ... ... ... ... ..., 122 Intellect of the average Hindu ... ... ... ... ... 103 latellectual cultivation must be ever progressive ... ... ••• 293