Page:Convocation Addresses of the Universities of Bombay and Madras.djvu/616

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Index. ix Page. Uniyersity, the reputaiiou of the ... .. ... ... ... 191 extension lectures ... ... ... ... ... 290 , representation of graduates iu the ... ... ... ... 200 ■ study, improved schemes of ... ... ... ... 291 University a short sketch of the history of ... ... ... ... 286 what is this ... ... ... ... ... ... 288 Universities, ancient English ... ' ... ... ... ... ... 28!.) , the main function of *., ... ... ... ... 118 Unsuccessful candidates, advice to ... ... ... ... 261 counsel to ... ••• ... ... ... 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 ... ... ... ... ... ... 86 Visit to Europe ... ... ... ••• ... ... ... 161 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 and the West ... ... ... 95 • — this art of Medicine ... ... ... ... ... ... 128 India would be in the absence t-f Europeans ... ... ....199 success in examinations implies ... ... ... ... 186 p- the University offers ... ... ... ... ... ... 18 When can we look for original research ... ... ... ... 106 Why Perjury has grown ... ... ... ... ... ... 25 • some men of great learning fail ... ... ... ... ... 9 Will, development of ... ... ... ... ... ... 60 Wisdom, ancient ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 229 Wise men build themselves ... ... ... ... ... ... 176 Withdrawing girls from school at an early age ... ... ... ...279 Witnesses, duty to ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 240 Women, educate your ... ... ... ... ... 255,273 education of ... ... ... ... 203,249,268,311 Worthies, some of the most conspicuous of India's ... ... ... 43 Wynaad ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 132 Youth (the), at the cross roads ... ... „. „. ,., 115 Z Zemindars, cducatiuu of ... ... ... ... „. ... 99