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					XXXIX]                              PRIZES AND MEDALS                                        1


                                     CHAPTER XXXIX
                       A N N A M A L A I UN I V E R SI T Y
         L I S T O F E N D O W M E N T S UP T O 3 0 .0 4 .2 0 0 3
                                   PRIZES AND MEDALS
                                1. THE FOUNDER’S PRIZES
      These prizes were endowed in the Sri Minakshi College, Chidambaram, by Rajah
Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad during the years, 1921-'29. A transfer of these
endowments to the University was offered by the Founder on certain conditions and
they were accepted by the Syndicate at its meeting held on 14-3-1930. New courses
instituted after that date i.e. between 14-3-1930 and 1-9-1988, have necessitated
alterations in the conditions of the award of the prizes. The alterations have been
approved by the Founder as also by the Syndicate and the Senate.
     1. The endowment consists of Rs. 13,000/- invested in public utility concerns and
the interest on them is to be utilised for the award of the prizes annually.
     2. The prizes may be in the form of money or of books or of other articles
considered suitable by the Syndicate.
    3. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured at least 55% of the
marks in the examination prescribed as the test.
    4. If no award of a prize is made in any year, the unexpended interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms of the
award, consistent with the intentions of the Founder and with his consent as new
circumstances may render desirable.
     6. The classification of the prizes and the terms of their award shall be as follows:
         i. The R.G.Grieve M.A. (English) Prize shall be awarded on the Founder's Day of
every year to the student who among the candidates successful in M.A. English
Examination held in March/April having secured highest marks and passed all papers
in first appearance.
        ii. The Sir T.E. Moir (English) Prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the
student who among the candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest
percentage of marks in English of the M.A. Degree Examinations having passed in all
parts in his first appearance.
       iii. The Lady Simpson (Science) Prize shall be awarded on the Founder's Day to
the student who among the successful candidates at M.Sc. Examination held in
March/April, secures the highest percentage of marks in any one of the subjects of
Chemistry/Botany/Zoology having passed in all papers at his first appearance.
        iv. The Sir R. Venkataratnam Nayudu (Psychology) Prize shall be awarded at
Convocation to the student who among the candidates qualifying for the M.A. degree
secures the highest percentage of marks in M.A. Psychology examination having passed
all parts at his first appearance.
      v. The Sir R. Venkataratnam Nayudu M.A. (Philosophy) Prize shall be awarded at
Convocation to the student who among the candidates qualifying for the degree, secures
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the highest percentage of marks in the M.A. (Two year) Degree Examination in the
subject of Philosophy.
       vi. The C. Ramalinga Reddy (History) prize shall be awarded at Convocation to
the student who among the candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest
percentage of marks in South Indian History of II M.A. History or History of TamilNadu
whichever is offered in the Degree Examination having passed all parts at its first
appearance.
       vii. The C. Ramalinga Reddy M.A. (History) Prize shall be awarded at
Convocation to the student who, among the candidates qualifying for the Degree,
secures the highest percentage of marks in the M.A. (Two year) Degree Examination in
the subject of History.
      viii. The Sir J. Simpson M.A. (Applied Economics) Prize shall be awarded at
Convocation to the I rank student who among the candidates qualifying for the degree
of M.A. Applied Economics Examinations having passed all parts at his first
appearance.
        ix. The Sir J. Simpson M.A. (Economics) Prize shall be awarded at Convocation
to the student who among the candidates qualifying for the Degree, secures the highest
percentage of marks in the M.A. (Two year) Degree Examination in the subject of
Economics.
        x. The Mrs. Littlehailes Science Prize shall be awarded on the Founder's Day to
the student who among the successful candidates at the M.Sc. degree examination,
held in March/ April secures the highest percentage of marks in the Science subjects of
Botany/Marine Biology/Geology, having passed all parts at his first appearance.
       xi. The Mrs. Littlehailes M.Sc. (Mathematics) Prize shall be awarded at
Convocation to the student who among the successful candidates at the M.Sc. (Maths)
Degree Examination, securing II highest percentage of marks and having passed all
parts at his first appearance.
      xii. The Mrs. R. Littlehailes M.Sc. (Mathematics) Prize shall be awarded at
Convocation to the student who, among the candidates qualifying for the M.Sc. Degree
Examination and secures the highest percentage of marks in the M.Sc. (Two year)
Degree Examination in the subject of Mathematics.
       xiii. The J.F. Bryant M.Sc. (Physics) Prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the
student who among the candidates qualifying for the M.Sc. Degree Examination and
secures the highest percentage of marks in the subject Spectroscopy as a special
subject in M.Sc. physics.
       xiv. The J.F. Bryant M.Sc. (Physics) Prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the
student who, among the candidates qualifying for the Degree, secures the highest
percentage of marks in the M.Sc. (Two year) Degree Examination in the subject of
Physics.
       xv. The Viscount Goschen M.Sc. (Chemistry) Prize shall be awarded at
Convocation to the student who among the candidates qualifying for M.Sc. (Chemistry)
Degree, secures the highest percentage of marks in Organic Chemistry/In-Organic
Chemistry in M.Sc.Chemistry subjects.
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       xvi. The Viscount Goschen M.Sc. (Chemistry) Prize shall be awarded at
Convocation to the student who, among the candidates qualifying for the Degree,
secures the highest percentage of marks in the M.Sc. (Two year) Degree Examination in
the subject of Chemistry.
        xvii. The Founder's M.Sc. Botany Prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the
student who, among the candidates qualifying for the M.Sc. Degree, secures the highest
percentage of marks in the M.Sc. Botany Degree Examination having passed all parts in
first appearance securing at least 60% .
       xviii. The Founder's M.Sc. Zoology Prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the
student who, among the candidates qualifying for the M.Sc. Degree secures the highest
percentage of marks in the M.Sc. Zoology having passed all parts in first appearance.
         xix. The Founder's Tamil Prize.
                To be pooled together for awarding scholarship in Tamil.
       xx. The Founder's M.A. (Tamil) Prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the
student who, among the candidates qualifying for the Degree, secures the highest
percentage of marks in the M.A. (Two year) Degree Examination in the subject of Tamil.
         xxi. The Dr. Subbaroyan Tamil Prize.
                To be pooled together for awarding scholarship in Tamil.
       xxii. The Founder's (Sanskrit) Prize shall be awarded as M.A. Sanskrit
Scholarship. The Founder's M.A. (Sanskrit) Prize.
         xxiii. To be pooled together for awarding scholarship in Tamil.
        xxiv. The Sir P.S. Sivasamy lyer Essay Competition Prize-Amount shall be given
as prizes annually on the Founder's Day to a student of the University who is adjudged
the best among the participants in the competition for the purpose. The competition is
open to students of all Faculties including Engineering and Technology and Agriculture,
since works of Kalidass are available in English.
       xxv. The Founder's Hindi Prize shall be awarded at the Founder's Day to the
student who among the successful candidates at Diploma in Hindi Examination held in
March/ April having passed in all parts at his first appearance.
                                The Venugopala Chettiar Prize
         xxvi. To be pooled together for awarding scholarships in Tamil.
       xxvii. The Sir A.P. Patro (English - Essay Junior) Prize shall be awarded in the
Founder's Day to the student of I M.A., M.Sc., M.Com., M.O.L., M.B.A., etc. who writes
the best essay in English in an Essay writing examination to be held annually for the
purpose.
       xxviii. The Sir C.P. Ramaswami Aiyar (Tamil - Essay) Prize shall be awarded on
the Founder's Day to the student who writes the best essay in Tamil in an essay-writing
examination to be held annually for the purpose.
       xxix. The Right Hon'ble V.S. Srinivasa Sastri English Elocution Senior Prize shall
be awarded on the Founder's Day to the student of the B.Music., M.A., M.Sc., M.O.L.,
M.Com., classes who shows the highest Proficiency in public speaking in English at a
contest to be held annually for the purpose.
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        xxx. The Mrs. Lamb English Elocution Junior Prize shall be awarded on the
Founder's Day to the student of M.A., M.Sc., M. Com., who shows the highest
proficiency in English Elocution at a contest to be held annually for the purpose.
       xxxi. The Sir K. Srinivasa Ayyangar Tamil Elocution Prize shall be awarded on
the Founder's Day to the student who shows the highest proficiency in public speaking
in Tamil at a contest to be held annually for the purpose.
     In Addition to the prizes endowed in the Sri Minakshi College, Chidambaram and
transferred to the University in 1930, Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad, Kt.,
LL.D., the Founder Pro-Chancellor of the University, has endowed the following four
prizes.


                  2. HIS EXCELLENCY THE MADRAS GOVERNOR'S PRIZE
    (on the occasion of the first visit of His Excellency the Hon'ble Captain Sir Arthur
Hope, Chancellor from May, 1940 to the University on the 16th November, 1940.)
     1. The prize shall be, styled the Madras Governor's Prize.
    2. The Endowment consisting of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The Prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who
stands first at a competition in Music open to all the students of the University and who
is considered the best singer in Tamil of songs either composed or sung by him.
     4. If in any year the Prize be not given, the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.

              3. THE HON’BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE SIR LIONEL LEACH PRIZE
     (on the occasion of his visit to the University on the 16th November, 1940)
     1. The Prize shall be styled the Hon'ble the Chief Justice Sir Lionel Leach Prize.
    2. The Endowment consisting of Rs.500/-shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The Prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the student who among the
candidates qualifying for Diploma in Hindi secures the highest percentage of marks
having passed all papers at his first appearance.
     4. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured at least 50% of
the marks in the examinations.
     5. The Prize may be in the form of money or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate.
     6. If in any year the Prize be not given the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the Fund.
     7. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the prize etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.
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                    4. THE SIR KURMA VENKATA REDDY NAIDU PRIZE
                   (Vice-Chancellor of the University from Ist June 1940).
     1. The Prize shall be styled the Sir Kurma Venkata Reddy Naidu (French) Prize.
    2. The Endowment consisting of Rs.500/- shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the student who among
the candidates qualifying for Diploma in French securing the highest percentage of
marks having passed all the papers at his first appearance.
    4. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured at least 55% of the
marks in the examinations.
     5. The Prize may be in the form of money or of books of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate.
     6. If in any year the Prize be not given the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the Fund.
     7. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the prize etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.


            5. THE SIR R.K. SHANMUGAM CHETTLAR (TAMIL RESEARCH) PRIZE
     1. The Prize shall be styled the Sir R.K. Shanmugam Chettiar (Tamil Research)
Prize.
    2. The Endowment consisting of Rs.500/- shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
      3. The competition will be open to all those who are students of the University in
the first week of March when the subject for Research will be announced.
    4. The Prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the student of the
University who produces the best thesis as a result of his research in the University.
     5. The research essay will cover not less than 50 pages of foolscap size and should
reach the Registrar by the Ist of August succeeding March in which the subject was
announced.
      6. The result should be announced by the first week of September and the prize
shall be awarded to the student who writes the best essay on the subject prescribed for
research.
     7. The Prize shall be in the form of money or of books or of other articles
considered suitable by the Syndicate.
     8. If in any year the Prize be not given the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the Fund.
     9. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the prize etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.
     In addition to the prizes endowed in the Sri Minakshi College, Chidambaram, and
transferred to the University in 1940, and the prizes endowed by the Founder on the
16th November, 1940, Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar, Kt., LL.D., of Chettinad,
Founder Pro-Chancellor, was pleased to institute the following prizes.
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                       6. THE RIGHT HON'BLE M.R. JAYAKAR PRIZE
    This Prize was founded in memory of the visit of the Right Hon'ble Dr. M.R.
Jayakar, M.A., D.C.L. to preside over the Founder's 61st Birth Day Celebrations at the
University on the 28th of September, 1941.
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Right Hon'ble M.R. Jayakar Sanskrit Prize'.
    2. The Endowment consisting of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to a Non-Brahmin student
passing the M.A. Degree Examination with highest marks in Sanskrit.
     4. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make with
the consent of the Founder, such changes in the conditions of award as circumstances
may render desirable.


                      7. THE PRINCIPAL NILAKANTA SASTRIAR PRIZE
    This Prize was founded in memory of the services of Prof. K.A. Nilakanta Sastriar
who from 1920 to 1928 was Principal of the Sri Minakshi College, the nucleus of this
University.
     1. The Prize shall he styled 'Principal Nilakanta Sastriar Prize'.
    2. The Endowment consisting of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The Prize shall be awarded at Convocation to a student passing the M.A. Degree
Examination of the AnnamalaiUniversity with the highest number of marks in Indian
History.
     4. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make with
the consent of the Founder, such changes in the conditions of award as circumstances
may render desirable.


                      8. THE MAHAMAHOPADHYAYA VIDYAVACASPATI
                             S. KUPPUSWAMI SASTRIAR PRIZE
     The Prize was founded in memory of Bhahmasri Mahamahopadhyaya
Vidyavacaspati S. Kuppuswami Sastriar's services to the University as Professor of
Sanskrit at the University from the 24th June, 1936 to the 27th June, 1940.
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Mahamahopadhyaya Kuppuswami Sastrirar Prize'.
    2. The Endowment consisting of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. To be pooled together for awarding Scholarship for the Department of Tamil
Studies and Research.
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9. RAJAH OF CHETTINAD'S ENDOWMENTS IN MEMORY OF THE VISIT OF THEIR HIGHNESSES
 THE MAHARAJA OF TRAVANCORE AND MAHARANI SETU PARVATHI BAYI OF TRAVANCORE
     This endowment was founded by Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad,
Founder Pro-Chancellor in memory of the visit of His Highness the Maharaja of
Travancore to deliver the Convocation Address on the 9th of December, 1942, and of
Her Highness the Maharani Setu Parvati Bayi of Travancore.
     This endowment consisting of Rs. 6000/- invested in 31/2% non-terminable
Government Paper or in a Nationalised Bank the interest on which is to be utilized for
the award annually of two medals and two prizes under the following conditions.


             9. (a) HIS HIGHNESS THE MAHARAJAH OF TRAVANCORE MEDAL
     1. The Medal shall be styled 'His Highness the Maharajah Sir Balarama Varma of
Travancore Medal'.
     2. The Medal/Cash books of the value of Rs.100/- shall be awarded annually on
the Founder's Day to the student who among the candidates passing the Diploma in
Hindi Examination secures the highest percentage of marks and having passed all
papers at his first appearance.
     3. To be eligible for the award the candidate should have secured at least 50% of
the marks in the Examination.
     4. If in any year the Medal be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award as circumstances may render desirable.


   9. (b) HIS HIGHNESS THE MAHARAJAH OF TRAVANCORE CHEMISTRY RESEARCH PRIZE
     1. The prize shall be styled 'His Highness the Maharajah Sir Balarama Varrna of
Travancore Chemistry Research Prize'.
     2. The competition shall be open to the graduates of the University. The Prize will
be for original research in a subject relating to Applied Chemistry.
     3. The prize shall be of the value of Rs.200/- and shall be awarded annually On
the Convocation Day to the author of the best thesis submitted.
     4. The thesis should not cover more than 50 pages of foolscap size and should
reach the Registrar by the Ist July every year. The result will be announced by the Ist
week of September.
     5. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the un-expended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai -University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable, provided such changes are consistent with the objects of the donor.
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        9. (c) HER HIGHNESS THE MAHARANI SETU PARVATHI BAYI MUSIC MEDAL
    1. The Medal shall be styled 'Her Highness the Maharani Setu Parvathi Bayi Music
Medal'.
    2. TheMedal/Books/Cash shall be of the value of Rs.100/- and shall be awarded
annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who stands first at a singing
competition in Music open to all the students of the University.
     3. If in any year the Medal be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable,
provided such changes are consistent with the objects of the donor.


       9. (d) HER HIGHNESS THE MAHARANI SETU PARVATHI BAYI RESEARCH PRIZE
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'Her Highness the Maharani Setu Parvathi Bayi
Historical Research Prize'.
      2. The Prize/Books/Cash shall be of the value of Rs.200/- and shall be awarded
annually on the Founder's Day to the author of the best research thesis on a subject
relating to the History of India.
     3. The competition for the Prize shall be open to the graduates of the University.
      4. The research thesis should not cover more than 50 pages of foolseap size and
should reach the Registrar by the I of July of each year. The result of the competition
will be announced by the I week of September.
     5. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award and the value of the Prize, etc., as
circumstances may render desirable, provided such changes are consistent with the
objects of the donor.


                10. RAJAH OF CHETTINAD'S ENDOWMENT IN HONOUR OF
                      THE VISIT OF HIS HIGHNESS THE RAJAH OF
                PUDUKOTTAH AND OF MR. S.V. RAMAMURTHI M.A., I.C.S.
                       TO THE UNIVERSITY IN DECEMBER, 1943.
      This endowment was founded by the Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad,
Kt., LL.D., D.Litt., Founder Pro- Chancellor, in honour of the visit of His Highness the
Rajah of Pudukottai to the University on the 4th of December, 1943.
    The endowment consisting of Rs.2000/- shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest, on which is to be utilised for the award
annually of a medal and a prize under the following conditions.
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           10. (a) HIS HIGHNESS THE RAJAH OF PUDUKOTTAH CRICKET MEDAL
     1. The Medal shall be styled 'His Highness the Rajah of Pudukottah Cricket Medal'.
     2. The Medal/Books/Cash shall be of the value of Rs.100/- and shall be awarded
annually on the Founder's Day to the student of the university who is adjudged the best
Cricketer for the year by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Games
Advisory Committee.
    3. It shall be competent for the Vice-Chancellor to declare in consultation with the
Games Advisory Committee that no student has come up to the standard to merit the
award in any particular year.
    4. If in any year the Medal be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award consistent with the intentions of the Founder and
with his consent, as circumstances may render desirable.


             10 (b) HIS HIGHNESS THE RAJAH OF PUDUKOTTAH MUSIC PRIZE
      1. The Prize shall be styled 'His Highness the Rajah of Pudukottah Isai Tamil
Prize'.
    2. The Prize/Books/Cash shall be of the value of Rs. 100/- and shall be awarded
annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who stands first at a singing
competition in Tamil Isai open to all the students of the University.
     3. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
    4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award consistent with the intentions of the Founder
and with his consent, as circumstances may render desirable.


                    10 (c) THE S. V. RAMAMURTI MATHEMATICS PRIZE
     The Prize was founded in honour of the visit of Mr. S.V. Ramamurti, M.A., I.C.S.,
Adviser to H.E. the Governor of Madras on the occasion of the Annamalainagar session
of the Conference of the Indian Mathematics Society held under the auspices of
University in December, 1943.
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The S.V. Ramamurti Mathematics Prize'.
    2. The endowment consisting of Rs.500/-shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
      3. The Prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the student of the
University who stands first in Mathematics among the successful candidates securing
first class in M.Sc. Mathematics.
     4. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended amount shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award consistent with the intentions of the Founder
and with his consent, as circumstances may render desirable.
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                   11. K.V. AL. RM. ALAGAPPA CHETRIAR ENDOWMENT
                      Dewan Bahadur S.E. Runganadhan English Prize
      The endowment was founded by Mr. K.V. AL. RM. Alagappa Chettiar and consists
at present of Rs.580 invested in public utility. concerns, the interest on which is to be
utilised for the award of a prize annually under the following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be named -'Dewan Bahadur S. E. Runganadhan English Prize'.
     2. The prize books or cash which will be of the value of Rs.50/- shall be awarded
annually at Convocation to the student who among the candidates qualifying for M.A.
English examination having passed all papers in first appearance.
    3. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured at least 55% of the
marks in the examination prescribed as the test.
     4. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as new circumstances may render desirable.

                             12. SRI NATARAJA GOLD MEDAL
      This endowment was founded by Dewan Bahadur Sir Alladi Krishnaswami Aiyar,
Kt., B.A., B.L., and consists at present of Rs.1430/- invested in public utility concerns,
the interest of which is to be utilised for the award of two medals annually under the
following conditions:
     1. The Medals shall be styled 'The Sri Nataraja Gold Medals'
     2. The Medals/Books/Cash shall be awarded at Convocation (i) one to the student
who among the candidates qualifying for the degree, secures the highest percentage of
marks in M.A. Economics Examination having passed all papers in first appearance
and (ii) one to the candidate who secures the highest number of marks in M.A. Applied
Economics of this University.
    3. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured at least 55% of the
marks in the examination prescribed as the test.
     4. If in any year the Medal be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.

                  13. THE KUMARA RAJAH OF CHETTINAD ENDOWMENT
      This endowment was founded by Kumara Rajah Sir M.A. Muthiah Chettiar of
Chettinad, Kt., B.A., and consising of Rs.1000/- invested in public utility concerns, the
interest on which is to be utilised for the award of -two prizes annually under the
following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Founder's Day Prize'.
     2. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the Two best
students of the University selected by the Vice-Chancellor as follows:
       (i) A final year Post-Graduate student, who is the best among the students
securing the first rank in Part I of the Post-Graduate Examination. While making the
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selection for this award the record of each of such candidates in all the previous
University examinations also shall be taken into consideration.
      (ii) A student judged by his athletic and sports attainments on the
recommendations of the Games Advisory Committee. Failure to pass all parts of the
examination of the previous year shall be a disqualification for purposes of this prize.
     3. If in any year the Prizes be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
    4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.

                       14. THE SIR GEORGE STANLEY ENDOWMENT
      This endowment was founded by His Excellency the Right Hon'ble Lieutenant
Colonel Sir George Frederick Stanley, P.C., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., C.M.G., Chancellor of the
University from 1930-1935 and consists of Rs. 1250/- invested in public utility
concerns, the interest on which is to be utilised for the award of a prize annually under
the following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Sir George Stanley Prize'.
     2. The prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the candidate who
secures the highest number of marks in the M.A. Degree Examination of this University
selecting English.
     3. To be eligible for the award a candidate-' should have secured at least 55% of
the marks in the-examination.
     4. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.

                           15. THE MUSIC CONFERENCE PRIZE
      This endowment was founded by the members of the working committee of the
Music conference held at Annamalainagar in February 1938 and consists of Rs. 732/-
invested in fixed deposit with the Urban Bank, Chidambaram yielding the highest rate
of interest, the interest is to be utilised for the award of a prize annually under the
following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Sangita Vidwans- Conference Prize'.
     2. The Prize/Books/Cash shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the
candidate who after a course of study of not more than four years at the University,
stands first in the list of successful candidates for the year qualifying for the Title of
Isaimamani and obtained not less than 45% of the total marks in the three practical tests
taken together and not less than 50% of the aggregate marks at the final examination.
     3. If in any year the Prize be not given the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the Fund.
    4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award, the value and number of the prizes out of the
endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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          16. THE RAJAH OF CHETTINAD SHASHTIABDAPURTI MEMORIAL PRIZES
    The Rajah Annamalai Shashtiabdapurti Memorial (61st Birthday) Prizes
Endowment by Sri S. Markhandam Pillai Avergal, Mill Owner and Rice Merchant,
Chidambaram.
     This endowment was founded by Sri Markhandam Pillai, Mill Owner and Rice
Merchant, Malaikatti Street, Chidambaram, to encourage the study of Tamil and
History. The endowment consisting of Rs.1001/- shall be invested in any Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate nf interest which is to be, utilized for the award of 2
prizes.
     1. The Prize shall be named 'Rajah Annamalai Chettiar Shashtibthapurti Prizes'.
     2. The two prizes, which will be of the value of about Rs.50/- each shall be
awarded annually on the Founder's Day (i) to the student of the I or 11 year M.A.
History who writes the best essay on a topic in the History of South India in an essay
writing competition to be held for the purpose, and (ii) to any student of the University
who writes the best essay in Tamil on any topic on Banking and Commerce at an essay
writing competition held for the purpose.
     3. The Prizes may be in the form of money or of books or of other articles
considered suitable by the Syndicate.
    4. To be eligible for the award, a, candidate shall have secured at least 55% of the
marks in the examination prescribed as the test.
     5. If no award of a Prize is made in any year, the unspent interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms of the awards, consistent with intentions of the donor and with
his consent as circumstances may render desirable.


            17. MAHAMAHOPADHYAYA S. DANDAPANISWAMI DIKSHITAR PRIZE
     This endowment was founded in December 1942 by Sri. S.D. Minakshinatha
Dikshitar and Sri D.M. Sivasankara Dikshitar, son and grandson respectively of
Mahamahopadhyaya Brahmasri S. Dandapaniawami Dikshitar for a long time Principal
of the Sri Minakshi Sanskrit College, Chidambaram, and Prathamacharya in the
University, and consists of Rs.500/- shall be invested in any Nationalised Bank
securing the highest rate of interest on which is to be utilised for the, award of a prize
annually under the following conditions:
      1. The Prize shall be named 'Mahamahopadhyaya S. Dandapaniawami Dikshitar
Prize'.
     2. The prize (books or cash) shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the
candidate who stands first at the competition open to all the student of the University
from the chapter of History of Sanskrit Litt., by Das Gupta, Wintermit, Macedonell and
A.B. Keith and others.
    3. If in any year the Prize could not he awarded the unexpended interest shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
    4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, as circumstances may render desirable
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                18. DR. NARSINGA RAO'S PRIZE FOR GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
     1. The Prize shall be called 'Dr. Narasinga Rao's Prize for General Knowledge'.
     2. The endowment consists of Government Promissory Notes of the face value of
Ro.500/- shall be invested in any Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The Prize shall be awarded annually at the Founder's Day to the student who is
adjudged most deserving of it as the result of an examination held for the purpose. All
students pursuing their studies in the University (including research students) at the
time shall be eligible to compete for the Prize. The examination shall test, so far as it is
possible.
       (i) The candidate's range of extra curricular studies and familiarity with those
items of knowledge which should be the hallmark of young man or woman of education
and culture at the present day and
       (ii) The candidate's mental alertness, the fertility of his ideas and the ripeness of
his judgement.
     The examination shall be so conducted that students pursuing any particular
course of studies shall not have decided advantage over others in winning the award.
     4. If no award is made in any year the unspent interest shall be added to the
corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, as circumstances may render desirable.


                            19. THE SIR THOMAS AUSTIN PRIZE
     An endowment in memory of the visit of Sir Thomas Austin to University. The
endowment was founded by the Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad, D.litt.,
Founder Pro-Chancellor, in memory of the visit of Sir Thomas Austin I.C.S., K.C.I.E., to
the University.
      The endowment consists of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in any Nationalised Bank
securing the highest rate of interest on which is to be utilised for the award annually of
a prize under the following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Sir Thomas Austin Prize'.
     2. The prize (books or cash) shall be of the value of about Rs. 100/- and shall be
awarded annually at Convocation to the student of the University who secures the
highest number of marks in the paper of Rural Economics and Cooperation in the M.A.
Degree Examination in Economics, having secured a first class in that Examination.
     3. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award consistent with the objects of the donor and with his
consent as circumstances may render desirable.
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                           20. THE SIR NORMAN STRATHIE PRIZE
     An endowment in memory of the visit of Sir Norman Strathie, K.C.I.E., I.C.S., to
the University.
     This endowment was founded by the Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad,
D. Litt., Founder Pro-Chancellor, in memory of the visit of Sir Norman and Lady
Strathie to the University on the 27th November, 1945.
      The endowment consists of Rs. 1000/- shall be invested in any Nationalised Bank
securing the highest rate of interest on which is to be utilised for the award annually of
a prize under the following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Sir Norman Strathie Prize'.
    2. The Prize (cash or books) shall be of the value of about Rs. 100/- and shall be
awarded annually at Convocation to the .student of the University who stands first in
M.Sc. Statistics among the successful candidates securing first class in the
M.Sc. Degree Examination in Statistics.
     3. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended amount shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award consistent with the intentions of the donor and with
his consent, as circumstances may render desirable.


                              21. THE LADY STRATHIE PRIZE
     This endowment was founded by Sir Norman Strathie K.C.I.E.,i.C.S., Adviser to
His Excellency the Governor of Madras.
      The endowment consists of Rs.200/- shall be invested in any Nationalised Bank
securing the highest rate of interest on which is to be utilised for the award annually of
a prize under the following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'Lady Strathie Prize'.
     2. The Prize shall be in the form of books to the value of the interest accrued
annually, on the endowment and shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to
the student of the University who among the successful candidates in the M.A. Applied
Economics Examination, secures the highest percentage of marks in the paper
Mathematical Economics having passed all papers at the first appearance.
     3. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award consistent with the intentions of the donor and with
his consent, as circumstances may render desirable.
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  22. THE HONOURABLE MR. T.S. AVINASHILINGAM (ENGINEERING SECOND YEAR) PRIZE
     The endowment was founded by the Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad,
Founder Pro-Chancellor in memory of the vist to the University of the Hon'ble Mr. T.S.
Avinashilingam Chettiar on the occasion of the Annual Convocation in November, 1946.
     The endowment consists of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in any Nationalised Bank
securing the highest rate of interest which is to be utilized for the award annually of a
prize under the following conditions:
     1. ThePrize shall be Styled the ‘Hon'ble Mr.T.S.Avinashilingam (Engineering second
year) Prize'.
     2. The Prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who
among the successful candidates of the second year Engineering Course, secures the
highest percentage of marks in the aggregate having passed all the subjects at the first
appearance.
     3. The Prize may be in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured
atleast 55 percent of the aggregate marks at the University Examination.
     4. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.


                 23. THE M.A. MASTER (ENGINEERING THIRD YEAR) PRIZE
    This endowment was founded by the Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad,
Founder Pro-Chancellor, in memory of the visit to the University of Mr. M.A. Master in
January, 1947.
    1. The endowment consists of Rs.1000/- invested in a nationalised/Scheduled
Bank securing the highest rate of interest. The interest on which is to be utilised for the
award annually of a prize under the following conditions:
     2. The Prize shall be styled' The M.A. Master (Engineering III Year Prize)'.
      3. The Prize shall be awarded annually at the Founder's Day to the candidate who,
among the successful candidates of the third year of the Engineering course, secures
the highest percentage of marks in the aggregate having passed all the subjects at the
first appearance.
     4. The Prize may he in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured
atleast 55 per cent of the aggregate marks at the University Examination.
     5. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.
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                     24. THE HON'BLE MR. O.P. RAMASWAMI REDDIAR
                           (ENGINEERING FOURTH YEAR PRIZE)
    This endowment was founded by the Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad,
Founder Pro-Chancellor in memory of visit to the University of the Hon'ble Mr. O.P.
Ramaswami Reddiar on the occasion of the annual Convocation in October, 1947.
    1. The endowment consists of Rs.1000/- invested in any Nationalised/Scheduled
Bank securing the highest rate of interest. The interest is to be utilised for the award
annually of a prize under the following conditions:
    2. The Prize shall be styled 'The Hon'ble Mr. O.P. Ramaswami Reddiar (Engineering
Fourth Year Prize)'.
      3. The Prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who,
among the successful candidates at the fourth year of the Engineering course secures
the highest percentage of marks in the aggregate in any of the branches having passed
all the subjects at the first appearance.
     4. The Prize may be in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured
atleast 55 percent of the aggregate marks at the University Examination.
     5. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.
                25. HIS EXCELLENCY SIR ARCHIBALD EDWARD NYE PRIZE
     (Founded on the occasion of the first visit of His Excellency Lieut. General Sir
Archibald Nye, G.C.I.E, K.C.B., K.B.E., M.C., Chancellor (from 1946) to the University
on the 16th October, 1946).
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Sir Archibald Nye Prize'.
     2. The endowment consists of Rs.1000/- shall be                   invested   in   a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank secures the highest rate of interest.
    3. The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the candidate who,
among the candidates qualifying for E.E. degree and secures I rank in any of the 9
branches, having passed all subjects at the first appearance.
     4. The Prize may be in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate.
     5. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured atleast 55% of the
aggregate marks at the examination.
     6. If in any year the Prize be not given the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     7. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.
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         26. MR. T. SUNDARA RAO NAIDU (CHEMICAL ENGINEERING FOURTH YEAR) PRIZE
    This endowment was founded by the Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad,
Founder Pro-Chancellor, in memory of the visit to the University of Rao Bahadur T.
Sundara Rao Naidu in September, 1947.
      1. This endowment consists of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest. The interest is to be
utilised for the award of a prize under the following conditions:
    2. The Prize shall be styled 'Mr. S. Sundara Rao Naidu' Chemical Engineering
Fourth Year Prize'.
     3. The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to a candidate who secures
I rank in B.E. (Chemical) having passed all subjects at the first appearance.
      4. The Prize may be in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured
at least 55% of the aggregate marks at the University Examination.
     5. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.


                    27. HER HIGHNESS THE MAHARANI OF BHAVANAGAR
                      (CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SECOND YEAR) PRIZE
     This endowment was founded by the Rajah Sir M.A. Muthiah Chettiar of
Chettinad, Founder Pro-Chancellor, in memory of the visit to the University of Her
Highness the Maharani of Bhavanagar on the occasion of the Annual Convocation in
December, 1949.
      1. The Endowment consists of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in any
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest. The interest is to be
utilised for the award annually of a prize under the following conditions.
    2. The Prize shall be styled 'Her Highness the Maharani of Bhavanagar Chemical
Engineering Second Year Prize'.
     3. The Prize shall be awarded annually at the Founder’s Day to the candidate who,
among the successful candidates at the second year of the Chemical Engineering
course, secures the highest percentage of marks in the aggregate having passed all the
subjects at the first appearance.
     4. The Prize may be in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured
atleast 55 percent of the aggregate marks at the University Examination.
     5. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.
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               28. THE HON'BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE MR P.V. RAJAMANNAR
                      (CHEMICAL ENGINEERING THIRD YEAR) PRIZE
     This endowment was founded by the Rajah Sir M.A. Muthiah Chettiar of
Chettinad, Founder Pro-Chancellor, in memory of the visit to the University of the
Hon'ble the Chief Justice Mr. P.V. Rajamannar for the Annual Convocation in
December, 1948.
      1. The Endowment consists of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest, with is to be utilised
for the award annually of a prize under the following conditions.
    2. The Prize shall be styled 'The Hon'ble the Chief Justice Mr. P.V. Rajamannar
Chemical Engineering Third Year Prize'.
    3. The Prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who,
among the successful candidates at, the third year, secures the highest percentage of
marks in the aggregate having passed - all the subjects at the first appearance.
     4. The Prize may be in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
dutiable by the Syndicate. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured
atleast 55 per cent of the aggregate marks at the University, Examination.
     5. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.


                 29. HIS EXCELLENCY THE MAHARAJAH OF BHAVANAGAR
                           (B.E. CHEMICAL FINAL YEAR) PRIZE
      1. The Endowment consists of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in any
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest. The interest is to be
utilised for the award annually of a prize under the following conditions:
    2. The Prize shall be styled 'His Excellency The Maharajah of Bhavanagar (B.E.
Chemical Final Year) Prize'.
     3. The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the candidates who,
among the successful candidates at the B.E. (Chem.) Final Year Degree Examination,
secures the highest percentage of marks in the aggregate having passed all the subjects
at the first appearance.
     4. The Prize may be in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have se cured
atleast 55 percent of the aggregate marks at the University examinations.
     5. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.
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                         30. THE SIR JAMES DOAK ENDOWMENT
      The Endowment was founded by Sir James Doak, Kt., Madura Mills Co., Ltd.,
Madura in the name of Helen Doak and consists of Rs.1500/- shall be invested in a
Nationalised/ scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest which is to be
utilised for the award of a prize annually under the following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Helen Doak Prize.
     2. The Prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's day to a woman student
who in the opinion of the Vice-Chancellor is deserving of the award as having exercised
the beneficial influence among the women students during year on the literary, social or
recreational side of the University.
     3. Failure to pass all parts of the examination of the previous year shall be a
disqualification for purposes of this prize.
     4. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended, rest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, as circumstances may render desirable.


                          31. THE MR. A HARVEY ENDOWMENT

     This endowment was founded by Mr. Harvey of the A & F Harvey Mills Ltd.,
Madura in the name of Mrs. Harvey and consists of Rs.2500/- invested in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest to be utilised for the
award of two prizes annually under the following conditions:

    1. The Prizes shall be styled 'The Mrs. Harvey Prizes'. 2. The Prizes shall be
awarded as follows:

       a. A Prize of the value of Rs.112.50/- shall be awarded at Convocation to the
best outgoing, final year student securing the highest number of marks in the final year
Degree Examination in the Mechanical Engineering Branch.

       b. Another Prize of the value of Rs.112.50 shall be awarded on the Founder's
Day to the best cadets in the NCC Units or Rifles of this University.

     3. If in any year the Prizes be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.

    4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award, as circumstances may render desirable.
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                32. THE MANIKETH K. KRISHNA MENON MEMORIAL PRIZE
     This endowment was founded by Sri P.N. Rajakrishna Menon, B.Sc., formerly
Lecturer in Zoology of this University in memory of his late father Maniketh K. Krishna
Menon.
      The endowment consists of Rs.620/- invested in a Nationalised Bank, securing the
highest rate of interest which is to be utilized for the award of prize annually under the
following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Maniketh K. Krishna Menon Memorial Prize'.
     2. The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the candidate who
secures the highest number of marks in the M-Sc. (Two year) degree examination of the
University with Zoology as the main subject of study.
     3. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     4. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured at least 50 per
cent of the marks in the examination.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award, as circumstances may render desirable.


               33. THE MAHA VIDWAN RAGHAVA IYENGAR RESEARCH PRIZE
     This endowment was founded by Sri Rao Bahadur N. Viswanatha lyer, in memory
of the late Maha Vidwan R. Raghava lyengar, formerly Lecturer in Tamil Research
Department of this University from 1933 to 1941 and consists of Rs.500/- invested in a
Nationalised Bank, securing the highest rate of interest the accumulated on which is to
be utilised for the award of a prize once in three years in accordance with the terms
prescribed below:
     1. The Prize shall be styled 'TheMahavidwan R.Raghava lyengar Research Prize'.
     2. The Prize shall be of the value equivalent to the accumulated interest accruing
from the endowment for three years and shall be awarded once in three years on the
Founder's Day to the author of the best research thesis on a subject relating to Tamil
Literature based upon specified works (published) of the Mahavidwan and detailed in
the Annexure. The subject of the competition shall be announced in the first week of
March of the year of award.
     3. The competition for the Prize shall he open to the graduates, under-graduates
and also to the student of the title course of this University: The result of the
competition will be announced early in September to enable the award being made on
the Founder's Day of the year of award.
     4. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances
may render desirable provided such changes are consistent with objects of the donor.
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                                   A N N E X UR E
               BHASHA KAVI-SEKHARA MAHAVIDWAN R. RAGHAVA IYENGAR
                       HIS POETICAL WORKS - (ORIGINAL), PRINTED
    1. Pari-Kathai (ghhp fhij) with commentary by the author of 753 Stanzas in Venba
metre dealing with the life of Vel Pari of the Sangham period-published as the
Annamalai University Tamil Series No. 1
                                        [
     2. Thozhil-Chirappu (bjhHpw; rpwg;g) 100 Stanzas on the dignity of labour-published
by Kalaimagal.
     3. Puvi-Ezhupathu (g[tpbaGgJ) of 70 Stanzas describing the benefactions and
greatness of mother Earth (published by Kalaimagal).
     4. Thiruvadi-Malai (jpUto khiy) of 100 Stanzas in praise of God.
    5. Nanriyil-Thiru (ed;wpapy; jpU) containing 5 Stanzas in Ahaval metre published in
Sentamil.
     6. Thamizh Thai-Vazhthu (jkpH;j;jha; thH;j;J) containing 8 Stanzas published by
the Tamil Lovers Conference, Madras.


                        POETICAL WORKS - TRANSLATION PRINTED
     1. Abhignana Sakuntalam, published by Law Journal Press, Madras.,


                                PROSE WORKS - PRINTED
     1. Tamil Varalaru (jkpH; tuyhW) Sangham Original essays on literature published
by the Annamalai University as Series No.2.
     2. Nallisaippulamai-Mellialar (ey;ypir g[yik bky;ypayhh;) rewriting originally the
biographies of Tamil poetesses of the Sangham Age.
     3. Vanjima-Nagar (t";rpkhefh;) dealing with the capital city.
     4. Sethunadum-Thamizhum (nrJ ehLk; jkpGk;) contribution of Sethunad to Tamil
Literature.
     5. His articles as Editor of the Sen-Tamil like those on Valluvar and Kambar.


                              HIS COMMENTARIES-PRINTED
     1. Kurunthogai Vilakkam (FWe;bjhif tpsf;fk;) of which the commentary for 111
stanzas was Published by the Annamalai University.
    2. Andakola-Meiporul (mz;lnfhs bka;g;bghUs;) ex position of the Philosophy
underlying the Ahaval Stanza of Saint Nammalwar.
     3. Thirukkural Kadavul Vazhthu Vilakkam (jpUf;Fws; flt[s; thH;j;J tpsf;fk;)
published in the Sen-Tamil.
     Ancient classicial works collated from Cadian leaves and published by him.
     1. Aham-Nanuru. Aham four hundred.
     2. Tholkappiyam Seyyuliyal (on poetics) with commentary of Nachinarkiniyar
(bjhy;fhg;gpak; bra;a[spay; er;rpdhh;f;fpdpah; ciu)
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     3. Neminatham ( nekpehjk;)
     4. Muthol-Ayiram (Kj;bjhs;shapuk;)
     5. Pannirupattiyal (gd;dpUghl;oay;) An ancient work of Tamil Grammar.
    6. Ainthinai-Aimpathu (Ie;jpiz Ik;gJ) -50 stanzas with ancient commentary. A
Sangham work.
    7. Thinaimalai Nurtruaimpathu           (jpizkhiy Ehw;iwk;gJ) with an ancient
commentary. A Sangham work.
    8. Nanmani Kadigai (ehd;kzpf;foif) with an ancient commentary. A Sangham
work.
    9. Thiru-Nurru Anthathi (jpUEhw;we;jhjp)     with commen- tary. An esteemed Jain
work.
     10. Pulavar Arruppadai (g[yth; Mw;Wg;gil) (Middle period).
     11. Kana Nool (fdh Ehy;)


                              POETICAL WORKS - ORIGINAL
    1. Bharatha Needhi Venba (ghuj ePjp btz;gh) about 200 stanzas propounding the
morals culled from the Mahabharatha.
     2. On the Creator, the Poet ad Creation. (flt[s;/ ftp/ ftpij).
    3. Oruthurai Kovai (xU Jiwf; nfhit ) - 400 stanzas in one Thurai like the famous
work of Amrita Kavirayar.
     4. Kaval Thalaimai (fhtw;wiyik)on the Supreme God head.
     5. Thiruvenkatamalai (jpUnt';flkiy) of 108 stanzas.
     6. Thiruppullani Anthathi (jpUg;g[y;yhzp me;jhjp) - in praise of the God at
Thiruppullani.


                                HIS UNPUBLISHED WORKS

Translations - Poetry
     1. The Bhagavad Gita (gftj; fPij) whole in Thazisai metre.
     2. Valmiki's Ramayana-Translation of a portion of Bala- kandam about 500
stanzas in Thazisai metre.
     3. The Raghuvamsa, first two cantos.


                             COMMENTARIES UNPUBLISHED
     1. Athi Sudi Urai (Mj;jpr;No ciu) of Poetess Auvvai.
    2. Pathupattu Vilakkam (gj;Jg;ghl;L tpsf;fk;) manuscript in the Annamalai
University.
     Note: As and when these are published they will be added to the list.
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                         THE WORKS IN WHICH HE TOOK INTEREST
     1. The Vedas and the Upanishads.
     2. Brahma Sutra Bhasya of Sri Sankara, Sri Ramanuja and Sri Madhva.
     3. The Ramayana of Kambar and Valmiki and Tulsidas.
     4. Bhagavad Gita.
     5. Sakuntala.
     6. The Maha Bharata.
     7. The Bhagavata.
     8. Sangham Literature.
     9. The great commentaries on Prabandams.
     10. Neelakesi, Kundala kesi and other Jain works.
     11. Epigraphical Reports of the Government of India.
     12. Todd's Rajasthan.
     13. Rajatharangani of Kashmir.
     14. The Koran, The Bible, The scriptures of Zorastar and the Buddha.
     15. Philosophy-Egyptology, Hieroglyphics.
     16. The Anhercie, Somalabai, Hebrew, Arabic, Turkish, Coptic, Chinese and other
         languages through translations.
     17. Sadi's Gulistan.
     18. Chanakya's and other Artha Sastras.
     19. Saivite and Vaishnavite poetry Philosophies.

                     34. SRI ARUMUGA NAVALAR PRIZE ENDOWMENT
      This endowment was founded from donations to the 'Navalar Memorial Fund
collected by the Ceylon Youths of the University from 1947-50 and consists of Rs.500/-
invested in a Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     1. The Prize shall be named 'Sri Arumuga Navalar Tamil Elocution Prize'.
     2. The interest is to be utilised for the award of a prize annually to the best
speaker in Tamil of this University judged for the purpose at an annual contest held at
the University in connection with the award of Founder's Prize for Tamil elocution.
     3. The prize may be in the form of money or of books considered suitable by the
Vice-Chancellor of the University which may be awarded annually on the Founder's
Day.
     4. If in any year the prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the terms of award, as circumstances may render desirable.
24                                LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                             [CHAP.



                   35. THE RAJAH ANNAMALAI CHETTIAR'S TAMIL PRIZE
     This endowment was founded by Sir AL. Lakshmanan Chettiar of Kottaiyur, grand
son of Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad, Founder of the Annamalai
University and it consists of Rs. 1000/- invested in Nationalised/Scheduled Bank
securing the highest rate of interest. The interest on which is to be utilised for the
award of a prize under the following conditions
     1. The Prize shall be styled “The Rajah Annamalai Chettiar Tamil Prize”
     2. The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to a ,student who, among
the candidates qualifying for the M.A. Tamil secures the highest percentage of marks
having passed all parts at his first appearance.
     3. The Prize may be in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate.
     4. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured atleast 55 per cent
of the marks in the Examination.
     5. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, as circumstances may be render desirable.


                   36. THE RANEE SEETHAI ACHI (MUSIC ESSAY) PRIZE
    This endowment was founded by Sri AL. Lakshmanan Chettiar of Kottaiyur,
grandson of Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad, Founder of the Annamalai
University and it consists of Ps.1000/- only invested in a Nationalised Bank the interest
on which is to be utilised for the award of a Prize under the following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be styled' The Ranee Seethai Achi (Music Essay) Prize'.
     2. The Prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the student of the
University who writes the best essay in Tamil about Tamil Music in relation to,
Silappathikaram at an essay writing competition held for the purpose.
     3. The Prize may be in the form of cash or of books or of other articles considered
suitable by the Syndicate.
     4. To be eligible for the award, a. candidate should have secured atleast 55 per
cent of the marks in the Examination prescribed as the test.
     5. If in any year the prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, as circumstances may be render desirable.


                  37. THE DR.R.P.SETHU PILLAI (M.A.LINGUISTICS) PRIZE
     This endowment was founded by T.P. Meenakshisundaram Pillai, Head of the
Department of Tamil (Arts) on the occasion of the presentation of 'Ponnadai'to Dr. R.P.
Sethu Pillai on 12th December 1958, and consists of Ra.500/- the interest which is to
be utilised for the award of a prize annually under the following conditions:
     1. The Prize shall be named 'Dr. R.P. Sethu Pillai (M.A. Linguistics) Prize'.
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     2. The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the student who, among
the candidates qualifying for the M.A. Degree, secures the highest percentage of marks
in the M.A. Degree Examination in Linguistics.
     3. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured atleast 55 per cent
of the marks in the subjects mentioned under para 2 Supra.
     4. If in any year the prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, as circumstances may render desirable.


         38. THE DR. P.S.VENKATESAM PILLAI SHASHTIABDAPURTHI MEMORIAL PRIZE
    This endowment was founded by the Dr. P.S. Venkatesam Pillal Shashtiabdapurthi
Endowment Committee Chidambaram and it consists of Rs. 1000/- the interest on
which is to be utilised for the award of a prize annually under the following conditions:
   1. The Prize shall be styled 'The Dr.P.S.Venkatesam Pillai Sashtiabdapurthi
Memorial Prize'.
     2. The Prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to a candidate who
passes I year of M.Sc. Zoology Examination of this University with the highest
percentage of marks.
     3. If in any year the prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    4. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured 55 per cent of the
marks in all papers of I year M.Sc. Zoology put together.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, as circumstances may render desirable.


                39. THE NEW HORIZON SUGAR MILLS (AGRICULTURE) MEDAL
     This endowment was founded by Sri Laljibhai D. Hindocha, Managing Director,
New Horizon Sugar Mills Ltd., Pondicherry and it consists of Rs.2500/- invested in a
Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest, which is to be utilised for the
award of a Gold Medal under the following conditions:
     1. The Medal shall be styled 'The New Horizon Sugar Mills (Agriculture) Medal'.
      2. The Medal shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the candidate who,
among the successful candidates at the Final B.Sc. (Agri.) degree examination, secures
the highest percentage of marks in the aggregate having passed all the subjects at the
first appearance.
     3. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured atleast 55 per cent
of the aggregate marks at the University Examination.
     4. If in any year the Medal be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, the value of the Prize, etc., as circumstances may
render desirable.
26                               LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                            [CHAP.



                        40. THE VISWANATHAN MEMORIAL PRIZE

     This endowment was founded by Sri T. Govindarajan, Professor of Mathematics
Government College, Salem in memory of his brother late M. Viswanathan, B.E., a
student of the University who passed out in 1949. The endowment consists of Rs.500/-
invested in a Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest to be utilised for
the award of a prize under the following conditions:

     1. The Prize shall be named 'The Viswanathan Memorial Prize'.

     2. The Prize (books or cash) shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the
student of the University who, passing the final Examination in Civil Engineering
(B.E. Degree) at his first appearance therefore, secures the highest percentage of marks
in the aggregate in the said B.E. degree examination in Civil Engineering.

     3. If in any year the prize be not awarded, the unexpended portion of the interest
shall be added to the corpus of the fund.

    4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, as circumstances may be render desirable.


                          41. THE EUGENE LINK FAMILY PRIZE

     This endowment was founded by Dr. Eugene P. Link, Fulbright American
Professor, who visited the University and delivered a course of three special lectures in
the Department of Social Sciences in October, 1959. It consists of Rs.500/- invested in
approved securities and the donor has agreed to add a sum of Rs.100/- every year till
the total amount of the endowment becomes Rs. 1000/- when this total is reached, the
University will add to the proceeds of the endowment an amount from its general funds
which will make the value of the Prize to be awarded equal to the proceeds on an
endowment of Rs.1000/-

    The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation under the following
conditions:

     1. The Prize shall be named 'The Eugene link Family Prize'.

     2. The Prize shall be awarded to the student of the University who, among the
candidates qualifying for the M.A. degree in Sociology, secures not lower than the fifth
rank in the order of merit and is considered by the staff of the Department of Sociology
who taught the M.A. classes to be the most promising in preserving and extending good
human relations in India.

     3. If in any year the prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.

     4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the terms of the award consistent with the intentions of the donor, as
circumstances may render desirable.
XXXIX]                              PRIZES AND MEDALS                                  27


    42. THE RM. CHANDRAMOULI – R. BALASUBRAMANIAN MEMORIAL (BOTANY) MEDAL
     The amount of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised Bank securing the
highest rate of interest to be utilised for the award of a Medal.
   1. The Medal shall be styled 'The Rm. Chandramouli – R. Balasubramaniam
Memorial (Botany) Medal'.
     2. The Medal shall be of the value of Rs.50/- and shall be awarded annually at
Convocation to the student who, among the candidates passing the M.Sc. Degree Final
Examination, secures the highest percentage of marks in Botany, having passed both
parts of the Examination at his first appearance.
     3. To be eligible for the award, a candidate should have secured atleast 55 per cent
of the aggregate marks at the University Examination.
    4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of award, as circumstances may render desirable.


                              43. RAJAH SAHEB ENDOWMENT
      On 16th November, the Rajah Saheb of Chettinad, the Founder Pro-Chancellor of
this University, made a gift of Rs.10000/- to this University to be utilised for the
composition of Tamil songs and for the popularisation of old songs now preserved only
in the memory of those who had heard them sung in odd corners of the country and
also for the publication of such songs as might be judged worthy of publication. For this
purpose annual competitions and new Tamil songs will be arranged for a period of four
years and prizes of various values will be awarded. Sums out of the funds may be spent
for holding a conference of musicians, for subsidies of sabhas, organizing Katcheris for
durations of about four hours where songs sung will be all in Tamil and payment to
propagandists in various parts of the Tamil country. Sums will also be allotted for the
purpose of publishing selections of songs that won the prizes and other select songs
collected from various parts of the country.
     In appreciation of the enthusiasm evinced in this cause, the Founder Pro-
Chancellor Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar had given a further donation of
Rs.15000/- towards this object.
      In addition to the above endowment, the Founder, Pro-Chancellor gave Rs.15000/-
for affording Reading Room facilities for the students of the University. And in 1941, the
Pro-Chancellor gave a sum of Rs.5000/- for improvement of the parks and the gardens
in the University. There was no expenditure on the above three endowments for a very
long time, but the interest accrued on these endowments year after year thus making a
total sum of Rs.99200/- became available under the Rajah Saheb Endowment which
has been deposited in the Fixed Deposits as detailed below.
         1. Rajah Saheb's Tamil Songs Endowment            -   Rs. 51,100-00
         2. Rajah Saheb's Reading Room Endowment           -   Rs. 47,900-00
         3. Rajah Saheb's Garden Gift Endowment            -   Rs.    200-00
           Total                                           -   Rs. 99,200-00
      The Syndicate in Res. No. 46 dated 8-9-86 has approved the amalgamation of the
above three endowment and designated the endowment as Rajah Saheb's Endowment
for the purpose of utilization as recommended by the Sub-Committee of the Syndicate.
28                                 LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                              [CHAP.



     1. This endowment shall be styled as Rajah Saheb's Endowment.
     2. The endowment amount of Rs.99,200/- shall be invested in fixed deposit in any
Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing amount shall be utilised as follows:
     (i) that the interest receipt of the Rajah Saheb's Tamil Songs endowment of
Rs.51,100/- may be utilised for organising one day Tamil Isai Vizha on the birth day of
the Founder Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar i.e. on 30th September every year or on
the Founder's Day Celebrations of each year and that the Isai Vizha consists of Thevara
Pann Araichi in the forenoon sessions and music performances in the evenings.
     (ii) that the utilization of interest receipts of the Rajah Saheb's Reading Room
Endowment and Garden Gift Endowment (totaling to Rs.48,100/-) may be utilized for
providing scholarships to the poor and deserving students studying M.A. Tamil Degree
Course of this University.
     4. If in any year the scholarships are not provided or the Isai Vizha is not
organised, the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment, as circumstances may render
desirable.


              44. THE RAJA RAJA ABHAYA KULASEKHARA CHOLA MAHARAJA
                                  MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT
                                             by
     HIS HOLINESS SRILASRI KASIVASI SWAMINATHA THAMBIRAN SWAMIGAL AVERGAL
              THEVARA THIRUMURAI PRIZE AND PUBLICATION OF WORKS OF
                         TAMIL LITERATURE AND GRAMMAR
                         Present Annual Income Rs.500 + Rs.1,250
     1. The object of the endowment is to foster the growth of Science of Tamil Music in
the Thevara Tirumurais and publish works of Tamil Literature and Grammar.
    This endowment Was founded by his Holiness Srilaari Kasivasi Swaminatha
Thambiran Swamigal Avergal Tirupanandal to perpetuate the memory of Raja Raja'
Abhaya Kulasekhara Chola Maharaja Avergal, due to whose solicitude the Thevara
Tirumurais have been preserved to the world.
     2. The endowment consists of 114.03 acres of wet land 4.72 acres of dry land (i.e.)
118 acres 75 cents, in Kayalur Melasethi, forming parts of vattoms 21 and 23 of
Sirugudi and Kilmandur of Kumbakonam Taluk, Tanjore District now in the sole
enjoyment of His Holiness. The present value of the property isRs.75,000/ and the net
annual income is Rs.1750 at present market rates. Rs.500 out of this SUM shall be set
apart for a prize and the rest shall be utilised for Publication of Tamil works of literature
and grammar, listed in the Schedule attached in pursuance of conditions detailed
hereunder.
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     The following are the terms of award of the prize:
      i. The Prize shall be awarded irrespective of considerations of sex, caste, religion
and nationality.
         ii. To be eligible for the award, the following shall be the conditions:
            (a) A Pass in the Preliminary examination of the Pulavar course (Tamil
     alone) of the Annamalai or the Madras University or other equivalent examination
     in any University to be newly established.
           (b) Success at the first appearance in the Sangita Bhushana (Thevara
     Tirumurai) Title (Final) Examination of the Annamalai University.
            (c) First rank with a first class in a test in memorising and singing 1200
     verses prescribed from the Twelve Tirumurais in proper pans.
        iii. The said 1200 verses shall consist of selections at the rate of 100 verses from
each of the first 7 Tirumurais and 500 verses chosen from other Tirumurais in
proportion to their numbers. This selection of 1200 verses shall vary either from year to
year or for a series of years and they shall be illustrative of the 24 pans.
     The scheme of marks for the Thevaram Tirumurai test shall be as follows:
     For memorising correctly all the
     1200 verses of the Tirumurai                              50 marks
     For accurate singing in proper pans                       40 marks
     For right expression with full comprehension
     of the import of the songs                                10 marks
     Total                                                    100 marks


        iv. If in any year, two or more candidates shall be eligible for the Prize, the
marks at the Sangita Bhushana Preliminary examination shall be taken additionally
into account in deciding this award. Should there be a tie even then, their Sangita
Entrance Examination marks and their age shall be taken into account and the Prize
shall be awarded to the candidate who gets higher marks and is junior in age.
       v. The prize shall be awarded at a meeting of the Syndicate. If in any year the
prize-winner is unable to be present to receive the Prize, the Syndicate shall arrange to
send him the Prize- amount. If the prize-winner dies before the Prize is presented to
him, the prize-amount shall be paid to his legal heir or heirs.
       vi. The prize-amount shall be paid either in cash or by cheque and shall not,
under any circumstances be either divided, reduced or otherwise altered.
        vii. If in any year or series of years the Prize be not awarded, the prize amount
shall be funded and the entire amount so funded shall be awarded in any subsequent
year to the candidate eligible for the award.
30                              LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                           [CHAP.



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            ;
      5. rpdonfl; rigf; Tl;lk; xd;wpy; ,e;jg;ghpR chpatUf;F tH';fg;bgWk;. ve;j
tU\j;jpnyDk; ghpRf;Fhpath; nehpy; te;J ghpirg; bgw;Wf;bfhs;s Koahkw; nghdhy;
   ;
rpdonfl; rigahh; ghpRj; bjhifia mtUf;F.
             [   ;
      mDg;gtjw;Fupa Vw;ghl;ilr; bra;thu;fs;. gupR tHÅ;Ftjw;F Kd; mg;gupRf;Fupatu;
               ;                                                      ; ;
,wf;Fk;go neu;ejhy; mj;bjhif rl;lg;go mtUila thuprhf ,Ug;gtuplk; nru;ggpffg;gLk;.
                                                          ;
     6. ,g;gupRj; bjhif gzkhfntDk; brf;fhfntDk; mspffg;bgWk;. ,e;jg; gupRj;
                                           ;
bjhifia vf;fhuzj;jhyhtJ gFf;ft[k; Fiwf;ft[k/ khw;wt[k; TlhJ.
                                                       ;
       7. ve;j xU tU\j;jpnyDk;/ my;yJ bjhlu;eJ gy tU\Å;fspnyDk; gupR
bfhLf;fg;glhkypUe;jhy;/ mt;thW bfhLf;fg;glhkypUe;j gupRj;bjhif KGtJk; nru;jJ/   ;
                                                                      ;
ve;j tU\j;jpy; gupR tHÅ;fg;gLfpwnjh mt;tU\j;jpy; gupRf;FupatUf;nf mspffg;bgWk;.
                                  ;      ;
         II. 1. nkw;fz;l 1-tJ mapllj;jpwfz;l gupRj;bjhif %gh (%.500) nghf _y brhj;jpd;
                                    ;
tUkhd ghf;fpia ,jDld; nru;jjpUf;fpw ml;ltizapy; ,Ugj;njG (27) bjhFjpfshf
bjhFf;fg;gl;oUf;fpwgo gd;dpU jpUKiw Kjypa jkpH; ,yf;fpa ,yf;fz E]y;fspd;
_yÅ;fisa[k; _y ciufisa[k; trdÅ;fisa[k; mitfspd; jFjpfnfw;gj;           ;          bjhFjp
                             ;         ;                           [ ;
bjhFjpahft[k; my;yJ gpupjJk; nru;jJk; gFjp gFjpfshft[k; bra;alfisr; rPu; gpupjJk;    ;
      ;
nru;jJk; Toatiu bgupa vGj;Jf;fspy; jpUj;jkhd ,d;wpaikahj ghl ngjÅ;fSlDk;
                                           ;             ;
iyg;uup vo\d;fshf btspapl cgnahfpff ntz;Lk; . nkw;go btspaPLfs; xt;bthd;iwa[k;
              ;
ey;y cau;ej fhfpjj;jpy; uhay; irrpy; thy;a{k; xd;Wf;Fk; vGE]w;iwk;gJ (750) gf;fÅ;fSf;Ff;
                                                              ;
Fiwahky; iyg;uupfSf;F cgnahfg;gLk; jFjpapy; ey;y cau;ej igz;L bra;jy; ntz;Lk;.
                                             ;                       ;
nkw;fz;l btspaPLfspy; xt;bthU g[jjfj;jpYk; xt;bthU gjpggpYk; ,uh#uh#d;
                                                                           ;
gpshf;FfSld; ,e;j OL;k.; Ie;jhk; #hu;#; gpshf;Fld; brd;id a{dptu;!ploapy; ek;khy;
                                               ;            ;
Vw;gLj;jg;gl;oUf;fpw Ie;jhk; #hu;#; rf;futu;jjpapd; Ähgfhu;jjkhf Mapuk; %gha;j; jkpHg; ;
                   ;
guprpd; OLk; nru;ffg;glntz;Lk;.
                                                              ;                  ;
        2. ,e;j Ooy; fz;l tptug;go btspaplg;gLk; Xt;bthU g[jjfj;jpd; xt;bthU gjpggpYk;
Ik;gJ (50) gpujpfs; tpfpjk; ekf;Fk; ekf;Fg;gpd;                             ;
                                                          tUk; cupika[sstu;fSf;Fk;
                                      ;
(Successors-in-interest) g[jjfÅ;fs; jahuhdt[ld; mDg;gp tuntz;Lk;. jtpu
                ;                                                       ;
kPjpapUf;Fk; g[jjfÅ;fspy; xt;bthd;Wk; mlf;f tpiyf;nf ehd;fpy; xd;whf tpwfg;glntz;Lk;.
                                                           ;
        3. ,e;j Ooy; fz;l tptug;gof;Fs;s gupR bfhLg;gJ/ g[jjfÅ;fs; btspapLtJ Kjypa
                      ;
fhupaÅ;fis epUtfpggjdhy; Vw;gLk; epUthfr; bryt[fis _y brhj;jpd; tUkhdj;
                              ;
bjhifapyhtJ/ mjDila tpjjpahrk; Kjypa vt;tpj tUkhdÅ;fspyhtJ fHpfff;TlhJ.  ;
             ;                  ;                       ;               ;
      4. nkw;fz;l btspaPLfs; tpww tUkhdk;/ nkw;go g[jjfÅ;fs; mr;rpLtjw;fF
tU\e;njhWk; nkw;go vd;blsbkz;od; tUkhdj;jpypUe;J xJf;fg;gl;L tUk; bjhifia
          ;                                 ;
tl;oahft[ss _yjdj; bjhifahFk; tiuapYk; nru;ffg;gly; ntz;Lk;.
      5. mg;go xU _yjdj;bjhif Vw;gl;l gpwF/ ,uh#uh#j; jpUKiwg; gupir %gh
                          ;
Mapukhff; bfhLf;ft[k; g[jjf btspaPLfis Kd; brhy;yg;gl;l fz;o\d;fSf;Fg;gl;L
                              ; ;
mlf;ftpiyf;F vl;oy; xd;whf tpwfft[k; ntz;Lk;. nkw;fz;lgo Mapu %gha; gupRj; bjhif
                                                         ;
nghf nkw;go vz;bls bkz;oypUe;J tUk; ghf;fp bjhifiaa[k/ tl;oiaa[k; g[jjfÅ; ;   fs;
   ;                ;   ;
tpww tUkhdÅ;fisa[k/ g[jjf btspaPLfSf;nf cgnahfg;gLj;jntz;Lk;.
32                              LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                           [CHAP.



                         ;                             ;
        6. ,jDld; nru;ejpUf;fpw ml;ltizapw; fz;l g[jjfj; bjhFjpfspd; tupirf;fpukk;
vt;tpjkpUe;j nghjpYk;/ me;j me;jf; fhyÅ;fspy; njitf;Fj; jFe;jgo ve;j bjhFjp vt;tst[
                                 ; [                            ;
ntz;LkhdhYk; vt;tst[ gjpggfs; ntz;LkhdhYk; mr;rpl !pdonfl; jPukhdpffyhk.; ;   ;
     ;                                                              ;
jdpggl;ltu;fshtJ my;yJ xU Tl;lj;jhuhtJ ,e;j ml;ltizapwfz;l bjhFjpfspy;
                 ;
ve;j bjhFjpg; g[jjfÅ;fis tpUk;gpdhYk;/ tpiyf;F Ie;E]W (500) fhg;gpfSf;Ff; Fiwahjgo
                       ;
vLj;Jf; bfhs;tjhft[k/ mjw;F Kd; gzk; bfhLg;gjhft[kpUe;jhy;/ bghUs;epiy/ ,lk;
                    ;          ;                         ;         ; [
bfhLf;Fk; gl;rj;jpy/ Kjy;gjpgghapUe;jhYk; mjw;F nkw;ggl;l gjpggfshf ,Ue;jhYk;
                                      ;        ;  ;
me;jj; bjhFjpia Kd;djhf mr;rpl !pdonfl; jPukhdpffyhk;.
                                     ;                          ;
        7. mjd; gpwF ,jDld; nru;jjpUf;fpw ml;ltizapw; fz;l g[jjfÅ;fspd; bjhFjpfs;
,Ugj;njGk;                  ;                   ;
                 (27) mr;rplLf;fhg;gpfs; brytHpejgpd; nkw;go ml;ltizapw; fz;l
   ;
g[jjfÅ;fspd; ,d;wpaikahjitfis mitfspd; jFjpf; nfw;wgo mUk;gjt[iu Kjypa
                                    ;                       ;
ciufSld; nkw;fz;l tptuÅ;fspdgona btspaplntz;Lk;. gpdg[ ,e;j ml;ltizapw;
                              [ ;      ;   ;       ;              ;
fz;ouhj ntW ve;jj; jFjpass jkpHg; g[jjfÅ;fspd/ _y';fisa[k/ _y ciufisa[k/          ;
                                             ;                ;          ;
trdÅ;fisa[k; nkw;go ml;ltizapw; fz;l g[jjfÅ;fis mr;rpLtjw;fFk; brytHpggjw;fFk;;
                                                     ;              ;
Vw;gl;l tptug;gof;Fs;s epge;jidfSf;F cl;gl;L !pdonfl;lhu; mgpggpuhag;go btspaplL;
tuyhk;.
        8. xt;bthU tUlj;jpYk; nkw;go gupirg; bgWgtupd; bgau;/ tpyhrk;/ nghl;nlh
                      ;     ;                    ;
,itfnshL mr;rpll g[jjfj;jpd; bgaiua[k/ mjd; gpujpfspd; vz;zpfifiaa[k/      ;        ;
                ;                  ;  ;            ;              ;     ;
mr;rplg;gLk; g[jjfj;jpd; bgaiua[k/ tpwfg;gl;l g[jjfÅ;fspd; vz;zpfifiaa[k/ kPjpapUf;Fk;
   ;                     ;       ;      ;                       ;
g[jjf';fspd; vz;zpfifiaa[k/ g[jjfbtspaPLfspd; fzf;fpwfz;l gzk; vt;tpjg;
                                            ;                 ;
ghJfhg;gpy; itf;fg;gl;oUf;fpwbjd;gija[k/ xU gpugy jkpHj; jpdrupg; gj;jpupifapy;;
                                                     ;
btspapLtJld;/ ekf;Fk; ekf;Fg;gpd; tUk; cupika[sstu;fSf;Fk; mDg;gptu ntz;oaJ.
      9.             ;
             nkw;Fwpjj     gupRf;fhft[k;   btspaPLfSf;fhft[k;     Vw;gLj;jg;gl;l
vz;blsbkz;Lfisa[k; mtw;wpd; tpUj;jpahk;rÅ;fisa[k; ,e;j Ooy; fz;l tptug;gof;Fs;s
                   ;
gupR bfhLj;jy;/ g[jjfÅ;fs; btspapLjy; ,itfisj;jtpu ntW ve;jf; fhupaj;Jf;Fk;
cgnahfg;gLj;jf;TlhJ.
       10.    njthug;         ;
                        guPlirfSf;F   Vw;gLj;jg;gLk;        ;
                                                       guPlrhjpfhupfspy; xUtuhfr;
     ;                      [                ; ;        ;
nru;jJf;bfhs;Sk;go jFjpaila xUtiuf; FwpggplL !pdonfl;lhUf;Fr; rpghupR bra;a
                   ;            ;
ekf;Fk;/ ekf;Fg;gpdtUk; cupika[sstu;fSf;Fk; ghj;jpaija[zL.;
       11. ,e;j vz;blsbkz;oypUe;J fpilf;Fk; me;j me;j tU\ epfu tUkhdj;jpypUe;J
                                                                               ;
E]w;Wf;F Ie;J %gh tpfpjk; upru;t; gz;lf ,jd; _y brhj;jpd; xU tU\j;jpa ru;ffhu; fp!jp;
tifaÇit tl;oahft[ila Kjy; bjhifahFk; tiu xJf;fpitf;fntz;Lk;. mg;go xU
                                                        ;
_yjdj; bjhif Vw;gl;l gpwF/ mjÉy; kpFjpggLk; bjhifia njthuj;jpUKiwg;
    ;                                                 [
guPlirf;Fg; gof;Fk; khztu;fspy; vspa jFjpaila khztu;fSf;F tFg;g[ xd;Wf;F
                                          [ ;
gd;dpud;L (12) ngu;fs; tPjk; ehd;F tFg;gfFk; ehw;gj;bjl;L (48) ngu;fSf;F ,ytr cz;o
ciwa[Sf;fhf (Stipend) gpujp tU\j;jpYk; bfhLj;J tUtjw;F ntz;oa bjhifiaa[k/             ;
               ;   ;                          ;
,t;thnw jdpjjkpHg; g[yth; gphpypkpdhpg; ghPlirf;Fg; gof;Fk; khztu;fspy; tFg;g[ xd;Wf;F
                                                  [ ;
,Ugj;J ehd;F (24) ngu;fs; tPjk; ,uz;L tFg;gfFk; ehw;gj;bjl;L (48) khztu;fSf;F gpujp
                              ;                           ;
tU\Kk; bfhLj;J tUtjw;fF ntz;oa bjhifiaa[k/ tl;oahft[ila jdpjjdp Kjy;         ;
bjhiffshFk; tiu xJf;fpitf;fntz;Lk;. nkw;fz;lgo _yjdj; bjhiffs; g{u;jjpahd        ;
gpwF/ ,e;j vz;blsbkz;od; _ybrhj;jpd; me;j me;j tU\ tUkhdk; KGtija[k;
                                                ;
Kd;brhy;yg;gll fz;o\d;fSf;Fl;gl;Lg; g[jjf btspaPLfSf;nf cgnahfg;gLj;j ntz;Lk;.
XXXIX]                            PRIZES AND MEDALS                            33



                                                               [
        12. nkw;fz;l gd;dpU jpUKiwj; njthug;gupirg; bgwj; jFjpailatu;fs; fpilf;Fk;
         ;
tiua[ss Kjy; ehd;F tU\Å;fSf;F vz;blsbkz;od; tUkhdj;jpypUe;J xJf;fg;gl;l
                     ;
gupRj;bjhifiag; g[jjfbtspaPLfSf;Fk; gd;dpU jpUKiwfspd; b!yf;\d; fSf;Fk;
(Selections) cgnahfg;gLj;jyhk;.
                                      ;
                                   g[jjfÄ;fspd; ml;ltid
bjhFjp     bjhFjp 1f;F         ;
                            g[jjfÅ;fspd; tpguk;
            rÅ;fpia
1.                  1. gd;dpU jpUKiwfs; _yk;
                    2. gd;dpU jpUKiwfs; - mUk;gjt[iu Kjypa ciufSlDk;
                                ;
                      Muha;rrpfSlDk;
2.                  1. bgupa g[uhzk;
                    2. jpUtpisahlw; g[uhzk; gu";nrhjp Kdptu;
                    3. fe;jg; g[uhzk; _yk;
                    4. cgnjrfhz;lk; nfhndupag;gu;
                    5. fe;jg; g[uhzr; RUf;fk; rk;ge;j ruzhyau;
3.                  1. fk;guhkhazk; - cj;jpufhz;lj;Jld;
                    2. ghftjk; - _yk; brt;itr;NLthu;
                              ; ; [ ;
                    3. tpyypggjJ]uhu; ghujk;
                    4. muÅ;fehjftp ghujk;
                                        ;
                    5. ey;yhg;gpsis ghujk;
4.       1. tpehaf g[uhzk;                 fr;rpag;g Rthkpfs;
         2. jzpifg;guhzk;   [              fr;rpag;g Rthkpfs;
         3. nfhapw; g[uhzk;                ckhgjp rpthrhhpahh;
                  ;
         4. ,ypÅf g[uhzk;                  Fynrfu ghz;oah;
         5. rptjUnkhj;jpuk;                kiwÄhd rk;ge;jh;
         6. tha[ rÅ;fpij                   tuFz uhkghz;oah;
         7. NjrÅ;fpij                      njtuh#gpsis    ;
         8. gpunkhj;jpu fhz;lk;            tuJÅ;f uhk ghz;oah;
         9. Th;k g[uhzk;                   mjptPuuhk ghz;oah;
         10. fhrp fhz;lk                   mjptPuuhk ghz;oah;
         11. nrJ g[uhzk; - _yk;            epuk;g mHfpa njrpfh;
         12. jpUg;guÅ;fphpg; g[uhzk;       epuk;g mHfpa njrpfh;
                        ; [
         13. fhÄ;rpgguhzk;                 rptÄhd Rthkpfs;
                                           (fr;rpag;g Rthkpfs;)
         14. jpUthizf;fhg;guhzk;      [    fr;rpag;g Rthkpfs;
                       ; [
         15. ng%h;gguhzk;                  fr;rpag;g Rthkpfs;
         16. jpUf;Fw;whyj; jyg[uhzk; jpUTluh#g;gf;ftpuhah;
         17. khf g[uhzk;                   mjptPuuhk ghz;oah;
         18. kr;rg[uhzk;                                      ;
                                           tlkiyag;gg; gpsisad;
         19. jpUg;gwpaYhh;g; g[uhzk;       ntyg;g njrpfh;
         20. jpUthg;gDhh;g; g[uhzk;                   ; [
                                           fe;jrhkpggyth;
         21. trt g[uhzk;
         22. ,uFtkprk;                     mur nfrhp
         23. Nshkzp                        njhyhbkhHpjnjth; ;
         24. nkUke;ju g[uhzk;              thkd Kdpth;
         25. anrhju fhtpak;
34                                      LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                        [CHAP.



                     [
          26. rPwhg;guhzk;                [
                                    ckWg;gyth;
          27. njk;ghtdp             tPukhKdpth;
     5.   1. jpUf;Fws; KGtJk; vy;yhUila ciua[Ks;gl
                               ; ;
          2. kw;wg; gjpbzd; fPHffzf;F Ehy;fs; - ciufSs;gl
     6.   1. rfy fyhty;yp khiy - _yk; - ghf;bfl; ir!;
                        ; ;
          2. gjpbzd; fPHffzf;F Ehy;fs;
     7.   1. ehspJtiuapy; btspahapUf;fpw fhtpaÅ;fs;/ ePjp Ehy;fs; Kjypa
                                                                        [ ;
          ,yf;fpaÅ;fspYs;s jpUf;Fwspd; fUj;Jf;fs; mike;j rpwe;j bra;alfisj; jpUf;Fws;
          mjpfhu miltpy; tFj;J mikj;j bjhFjp _yk;
     8.   1. fe;jh; fypbtz;gh
          2. jpUKUfhw;Wg;gil
          3. rfy fyhty;yp khiy - _yk; - ghf;bfl; ir!;
                   ;
          4. Mj;jprNo Kjypa Ehy;fs; - gjpbdhd;W - _yk;
                        ; ;
          5. gjpbzd; fPHffzf;fpYs;s ePjpEhy;fs; - gjpbdhd;W
     9.         ;
          1. gpsisg;bgUkhs; IaÅ;fhh; gpuge;jÅ;fs; (m\;lg; gpuge;jk;)
          2. rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs; gpuge;jÅ;fs;
          3. rptÄhd Rthkpfs; gpuge;jÅ;fs;
          4. FkuFUgu Rthkpfs; gpuge;jÅ;fs;
          5. rptf;bfhGe;J njrpfh; gpuge;jÅ;fs;
          6. jpUg;ngh%h;r; re;epjp Kiw rpjk;gu Rthkpfs;
          7. jpUj;jzpifr; re;epjp Kiw - _yk; - fe;jg;g njrpfh;
                     ;
          8. gpug[ypÅf yPiy rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
          9. gpunghj re;jpnuhjak; jpUntÅ;fl Rthkpfs;
          10. jpUthjt{uh; g[uhzk;               ;
                                           flt[zkh Kdpth;
                        [
          11. jpUf;Ttg;guhzk;       rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
                        ; [
          12. rPfhsj;jpgguhzk;             fUizg;gpufhrh; gpufhr Rthkpfs; ntiya Rthkpfs;
          13. jpUehiff;fhunuhzg; g[uhzk                                  ;
                                                   ; kPdhl;rp Re;juk; gpsis mth;fs;
          14. jpUtpilkUJhh;j; jyg[uhzk             ; rptf;bfhGe;J njrpfh;
     10. 1. ehspJtiuapy; btspahapUf;fpw ,yf;fpaÅ;fspYs;s tpehafh; njhj;jpuk; Kjypa
                               ;
         njhj;jpuÅ;fspd; Rita[ss ghly; gFjp
          2. jha[khdRthkpfs; ghly;
          3. gl;odj;jhh; ghly;
                    ;
          4. ,uhkypÅf Rthkpfs; ghly;
          5. k!;jhd; rhfpg; ghly;
     11. 1. ehspJ tiuapy; btspahapUf;fpw ,yf;fpaÅ;fspYs;s ghuhazk;/ (bel;LU)
                         ;         ;                  [ ;
         gz;zf;Toa rhpjjpur;Rita[ss ghfÅ;fspd; bra;alfisa[k; brhw;Rita[ss  ;
              [ ;    ;               ;    [ ;      ;      ;
         bra;alfisa[k/ bghUl;Rita[ss bra;alfisa[k/ gf;jprRit Kjypa Rita[ss ;
              [ ;                             ;
         bra;alfisa[k; nkw;fz;l RitfSs;s jdpgghly;fisa[Kila bjhFjp - _yk;.
XXXIX]                             PRIZES AND MEDALS                          35



   12. 1. fe;jh; fypbtz;gh
        2. jpUKUfhw;Wg;gil
        3. rfy fyhty;yp khiy
        4. ehyoahh;
        5. ePjpbewp tpsf;fk; - _yk; ghf;bfl; ir!;
        6. jpUf;Fws;
        7. ed;Dhy;
        8. ctkhd rÅ;fpufk;
        9. ,uj;jpdr;RUf;fk;
   13. 1. nfhit
        2. cyh
        3. JhJ                   1 Kjy; Ie;J Koa - 125 gpuge;jÅ;fs; tiuapy;
        4. fyk;gfk;
                ;
        5. gpsisj;jkpH; - _yk;
        6. Nlhkzp epfz;L 11/ 12 bjhFjpfs;
        7. jphpg[
        8. akfk;
        9. epnuhl;lfk;
                  ;
        10. gjpwWg;gj;J
        11. btz;gh me;jhjp
                    ;
        12. fypjJiw _yk; me;jhjp - 7 Kjy; 19 Koa - 125 gpuge;jÅ;fs; tiuapy;
        13.rpnyil
        14.kly;
        15.FwtÄ;rp
        16.Fwk;
        17.gs;S
        18.guzp
        19.tz;zk;
        20. rjfk; - _yk;         20 Kjy; 27 Koa - 125 gpuge;jÅ;fs; tiuapy;
        21. khiy
        22. ehd;kzp khiy
        23. Kk;kzpfnfhit  ;
        24. ,ul;il kzpkhiy
        25. etkzp khiy
        26. gjpfk;
                        ;
        27. rpwe;j rpyyiwg; gpuge;jÅ;fs;
14. 1. ntHKfk;
               ;
        2. gpsisahh; rpejid   ;
        3. ru!;tjp rpejid   ;
        4. rfy fyhty;yp khiy
        5. Mj;jprNo   ;
        6. bfhd;iwnte;jd;
        7. _Jiu
        8. eWe;bjhif
        9. cyfePjp
        10. ey;tHp
        11. ed;bdwp btz;gh
36                         LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY   [CHAP.



     12. ePjpbtz;gh
                    ;
     13. mwbewprrhuk;
     14. ePjpbewp tpsf;fk;
     15. nrhnkrh; KJbkhHp btz;gh
                      ;
     16. tpntf rpejhkzp
     17. ePjprhuk;
     18. ePjpEhy; - ntjehafk; gpsis     ;
     19. Fknur rjfk;
     20. mwg;gsPRuth; rjfk;
     21. Nlhkzp epfz;L/ 12 bjhFjpfs;
     22. tU\hjp Ehy;
                 [
     23. jpUg;gfH;
     24. ed;Dhy; trdr; RUf;fk;
     25. fe;jh; fyp btz;gh
     26. ru!;tjpae;jhjp
     27. mUzfphpae;jhjp
     28. mgpuhkpae;jhjp
                  [
     29. jpUg;gfYhue;jhjp
     30. jpUntÅ;flj;je;jhjp
     31. gHkiyae;jhjp
     32. kiwirae;jhjp
     33. fy;tisae;jhjp
     34. jpUtuÅ;fj;je;jhjp
     35. jpUr;bre;jpy; epnuhl;lfakfte;jhjp
                                ;
     36. jpUf;fUitg; gjpwWg;gj;je;jhjp
                        ;
     37. kJiug; gjpwWg;gj;je;jhjp
     38. fiyirr; rpnyil btz;gh
               ;
     39. rpÅifr; rpnyil btz;gh
     40. jpUtuÅ;fj;Jkhiy
     41. nrhzirykhiy
     42. bghpaehafpak;ik jpUtpUj;jk;
     43. kJiu kPdhl;rpak;ik ,ul;il kzpkhiy
                            ;
     44. rpjk;gu Kk;kzpfnfhit
     45. ehy;th; ehd;kzpkhiy
     46. jpUth%h; ehd;kzpkhiy
                                    ;
     47. brÅ;fGePh; tpehafh; gpsisj;jkpH;
     48. Kj;Jf;Fkhu Rthkp gpsisj;jkpH;;
                              ;
     49. mKjhk;gpif gpsisj;jkpH;
                                  ;
     50. kPdhl;rpak;ik gpsisj;jkpH;
     51. jpUtpilkUJhh; cyh
     52. jÄ;irg; bgUt[ilahUyh
     53. bey;tpLJhJ
     54. gztpLJhJ
     55. tUzFyhjpjjd; kly;;
             ;
     56. rpjjpukly;
     57. btÅ;iff; fyk;gfk;
     58. kJiuf; fyk;gfk;
XXXIX]                             PRIZES AND MEDALS                           37



          59.  rKj;jpu tpyh!k;
          60.  re;jpu tpyh!k;
          61.          ;
               fypÅfj;Jg;guzp
          62.  Vyhjp
          63.  rpWgÄ;r _yk;
          64.  ehd;kzpffoif ;
          65.  jphpfLfk;
          66.  ,d;dh ehw;gJ
          67.  ,dpait ehw;gJ
          68.  Mrhuf;nfhit
          69.  KJbkhHpffhÄ;rp ;
          70.  gHbkhHp ehDhW
          71.  ehyoahh;
          72.  jpUf;Fws;
          73.  ed;Dhy; fhz;oifa[iu
          74.  ed;Dhy; tpUj;jpaiu  [
          75.                            p
               gÄ;ryl;rzk; tr;rze;jkhiya[ld; trdk;
          76.  jÄ;irthzd; nfhit
          77.  btÅ;iff; nfhit
          78.  nfhor;Ruf; nfhit
          79.  rPfhHpf; nfhit
          80.  fy;yhlk;
          81.  mUzhry g[uhzk;
          82.  mhpre;jpu g[uhzk;
          83.  ieljk;
          84.  esbtz;gh
          85.  rptuhj;jphp g[uhzk;
          86.  Vfhjrp g[uhzk;
          87.  Kf;Tlw; gs;S
          88.  fjpiukiyg; gs;S
          89.  jpUf;Fw;whyf; FwtÄ;rp
          90.  runge;jpu g{ghy FwtÄ;rp
          91.  mUzhryf;ftp ,uhkehlff; fPhjjid  ; ;
          92.                   ;    ; ;
               ee;jdhh; rhpjjpuf; fPhjjid
          93.  Fnrnyh ghf;fpahdk;
          94.  ghftjk; - brt;itr; NLthh;
          95.       ; ; [ ;
               tpyypggjJhuhh; ghujk;
          96.                                                ;           ; [
               m\;lhtjhdk; muÅ;fehjftp ghujk; Ehy;fspd; jFjpwnfw;gf; Fwpggiu/ mUk;
                                           ; [
               gjt[iu/ gjt[iu/ bghHpggiu fUj;Jiu/ ,d;wpaikahj ,lÅ;fspy; tpnrl ciu
               Kjypad ,dpa/ vspa eilapy;
    15.                                                                      [ ;
          1. ehspJtiuapy; btspahapUf;fpw ,yf;fpaÅ;fspYs;s bgUÅ;fhg;gpa cWg;gffspd;
                     [
              bra;as; bjhFjp - _yk;
    16.   1. bjhy;fhg;gpak; KGtJk;/ vy;yhUila ciua[Ks;gl
    17.   1. rfy fyhty;yp khiy ghf;bfl; ir!; xU igz;L
          2. bjhy;fhg;gpak; - _yk;
    18.   1. fe;jh; fyp btz;gh
          2. jpUKUfhw;Wg;gil
          3. rfyfyhty;ypkhiy
38                                     LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                     [CHAP.



         4. bjhy;fhg;gpak; vGj;jjpfhuk;
         5. bjhy;fhg;gpak; brhy;yjpfhuk; - _yk; - ghf;bfl; ir!; xU igz;L
         6. nekpehjk;
         7. tPunrhHpak;
     19. 1. rfyfyhty;ypkhiy
         2. ed;Dhy;
         3. ek;gp mfg;bghUs;
         4. ,iwadhh; mfg;bghUs;
         5. g[wg;bghUs; btz;ghkhiy
         6. ahg;gUÅ;fyk; ciufSs;gl/ blk;kp ir!;
         7. ahg;gUÅ;fyf;fhhpif
                 ;
         8. jz;oayÅ;fhuk;
         9. tr;rze;jpkhiy
     20. 1. fe;jh; fypbtz;gh
         2. rfyfyhty;ypkhiy
         3. gÄ;ryl;rz _yk; ghf;bfl; ir!; xU igz;L
         4. tr;rze;jp khiy
         5. tiuaWj;j ghl;oay;
         6. ctkhd rÅ;fpufk;
         7. ,uj;jpd RUf;fk;
                                           [
     21. 1. vGj;J/ brhy;/ bghUs;/ ahg;g/ mzp/ ghl;oay; Kjypaitfspd; ,yl;rzÅ;fis
                                             [ ;       ;              ;
         Twr; Nj;jpuÅ;fshft[k; bra;alfshft[k/ trdÅ;fshft[k/ ehspJ tiuapy;
                                                         ;
         btspahapUf;fpw rpwe;j Ehy;fSld; mtw;wpwFg; nghJkhd jFe;j cjhuzÅ;fnshL
         Toa Ehw;bwhFjp.
     22. 1.ehspJtiuapy; btspahapUf;fpw ,yf;fpa ,yf;fzÅ;fspYs;s                 ciufspy;
                                                [ ;
           cjhuzÅ;fshff; fhl;lg;gl;oUf;Fk; bra;alfspd; bjhFjp.
                                    [
         2. giHa rhrdÅ;fspYs;s bra;as; bjhFjp
         3. jkpH; rhrdÅ;fspd; bjhFjp
                             ;
     23. 1. ,e;j ml;ltizapwfz;l Ehy;fspd; Mrphpah;fs;/ ciuahrphpah;fs; ,th;fis
                 ;                        ;                                 ;
           Mjhpjjth;fs; Kjypath;fSila rhpjjpuk;/ fhyk; ,itfisg;gw;wpa Muha;rrpfspd;
           bjhFjp.
                              ;
         2. ,e;j ml;ltizapwfz;ouhj jkpH; ,yf;fpa ,yf;fz Ehy;fspd; Mrphpah;fs;/
                                          ;                       ;
           ciuahrphpah;fs; ,th;fis Mjhpjjth;fs; Kjypath;fSila rhpjjpuk;/ fhyk;
                                 ;
           ,itfisg;gw;wpa Muha;rrpfspd; bjhFjp.
                                                             ;
         3. jkpH; ,yf;fpa ,yf;fz Ehy;fisg;gw;wpa gytpj Muha;rrpfspd; bjhFjp.
                                                                   [
     24. 1. md;dpa njrÅ;fSs;gl ,e;jpah KGtjw;Fk; bfa;Lk; ilbuf;lhpak; (efuÅ;fs;
           tpsf;fk;)
     25. 1. jUf;f rh!;jpuk; (Logic)
         2. jj;Jt rh!;jpuk; (Philosophy, etc.)
         3. thd rh!;jpuk; (Astronomy)
         4. fzpjk; (Mathematics, etc)
         5. bgskpa rh!;jpuk; (Geology, etc.)
         6. g{nfhsk; (Geography, etc)
         7. jhtu rh!;jpuk; (Botany, etc)
                       ;
         8. gpuhzp th;ffk; (Zoology, etc.)
XXXIX]                                  PRIZES AND MEDALS                                        39



          9. njfjj;Jt E]y; (Physiology,etc.)
          10.gpufpUjp rh!;jpuk; (Physics, etc.)
          11.Rfhjhu Kiw (Sanitary Science, etc.)
          12.u!hadk; (Chemistry, etc.)
          13.tptrhak; (Agriculture, etc.)
                       ;
          14.njr rupjjpuk; (History, etc.,)
          15.uh#hÅ;f Kiw (Politics, etc.)
                  ;
          16.mu;jj rh!;jpuk;(Economics, etc.)
          17.rÅ;fPjk; (Music, etc.)
          18.,ae;jpu rh!;jpuk;(Engineering, etc.)
               jkpHpy; Toa tiuapy; RUf;fkhft[k/       ;                        ;
                                                                    tpsf;fkhft[k/    jkpH;    kl;Lk;
                         ;
                  bjhpejth;fSf;F cgnahfg;gLk; jFjpapy;
                                                    ;
    26. 1. jkpH; mfuhjp gpunahfKs;gl (jkpGf;Fj; jkpH)
                    ;
    27. 1. jkpH; tpjahkz;lk; (vd;i!f;fnshgpoah)


  EXTENT SHOWING THE ENDOWMENT LANDS IN SIRUGUDI AND KILMANDUR VILLAGES IN
                         THIRUVIDAIMARUDHUR TALIK
   Name of the village         Survey No.            Extent                  Classification
                                                      A. C.
         21. SIRUGUDI           373/1                   5.01                        Wet
                                373/3                   0.03                         “
                                374/2                   1.79                         “
                                375/1                   5.07                         “
                                376/1                   2.76                         “
                                377/1                   2.79                         “
                                377/3                   0.48                         “
                                378/2                   1.91                         “
                                378/1                   0.22                        Dry
                                                    -------------
                                Total                  20.06
                                                    -------------
     23. KILMANDUR              198/1                  3.016                        Wet
                                2                       0.19                         “
                                3                       1.55                         “
                                199                     3.59                         “
                                200/2                   3.46                         “
                                201                     6.07                         “
                                202/2                   3.08                         “
                                203/2                   4.41                         “
                                204/2                   5.56                         “
                                205/2                   3.51                         “
                                206                     4.40                         “
                                207/2                   4.08                         “
                                208/2                   3.68                         “
                                209/2                   3.03                         “
                                210/2                   2.35                         “
                                211/2                   2.03                         “
                                214/1                   2.46                         “
                                2                       0.03                         “
40                                LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                        [CHAP.



     Name of the village      Survey No.          Extent       Classification
                              215/4                0.40            Wet
                              216/2A               2.74              “
                              2B                   0.32              “
                              217/2                3.87              “
                              218/1                2.26              “
                              219                  1.80              “
                              221/3                2.90              “
                              222/2                2.93              “
                              223                  3.65              “
      23. KILMANDUR           27/2                 3.87              “
                              238/2A               0.10              “
                              2B                   3.13              “
                              239                  2.85              “
                              240                  2.59              “
                              241/2                2.74              “
                              111/5                0.53             Dry
                              212/2A               1.10              “
                              2B                   0.08              “
                              213/1A               0.20              “
                              1B                   0.03              “
                              1C                   0.36              “
                              2A                   0.20              “
                              220                  1.76           Natham
                                                -----------
                              Total               97.05
                                                ------------

                              Abstract

           Wet                     ..             92.79
            Dry                    ..               2.50
          Natham                   ..               1.76
                                                -----------
                              Total               97.05
                                                ------------
                           Sirugudi Village
            Wet                   …               19.84
            Dry                   …                 0.22
                                                ------------
                              Total               20.06




      45. SRI KASIVASI ATHI KUMARAKURUPARA SWAMIGAL MEMORIAL TAMIL PRIZE BY
     HIS HOLINESS SRILASRI KASIVASI SWAMINATHA THAMBIRAN SWAMIGAL AVERGAL OF
                                    TIRUPPANANDAL
    1. This endowment was founded by His Holiness Srilasri Kasivasi Swaminatha
Thambiran Swamigal Avergal of Tiruppanandal to encourage the study of 64 selected
books in Tamil literature.
    2. The endowment for the prize consists of 3% Government Promissory Notes of
1949- '52 (Defence War Loan) of the face value of Rs.3500/- (Rupees Three Thousand
XXXIX]                                 PRIZES AND MEDALS                                    41



and Five Hundred) only. The interest on the investment shall be utilised for the award
of a prize annually of the value of Rs.100/-. The balance of the interest after the award
of the prize will be added to the corpus of the fund, when the above pro-notes mature,
the proceeds shall be invested in other Government securities yielding a higher total
income for the endowment.
     3. The following are the terms of award of the Prize:
         (i) The prize shall be awarded irrespective of sex, caste, religion and nationality.
         (ii) To be eligible for the award the following shall be the conditions:
          (a) A pass in the Preliminary Examination of the Pulavar course (Tamil alone)
of the Annamalai or the Madras University or any other examination (of any University
which has already been or may be established hereafter) which may be considered
equivalent to the Preliminary Pulavar Examination of the two Universities above named
or the Bala Pandita Examination of the Madura Tamil Sangam, as a condition
precedent to appearance for the test.
           (b) First rank at the first appearance with not less than 60% of the marks in a
competitive test to be conducted annually for the purpose by the Annamalai University.
A selection of 750 stanzas of which 200 from Tiruvilayadal Puranam, 50 from
Tiruvidamarudur Thala Puranam and the remaining 500 stanzas or 2000 lines from the
other 62 books in the list appended hereto, will be made once in every four years by the
Annamalai University - the selections for one period of 4 years being different from
those for the next period or periods of four years. At the competition (i) the first part will
consist of a memory test of selections made by the examiners out of the 750 stanzas. In
this oral memory test special credit will be awarded for singing the verses in correct
music; for this singing marks will be 10; (ii) the second part will consist of a test of the
meaning and the purport of the 750 stanzas above referred to, wherein a knowledge of
the meaning of words, paraphrase, purport of the verses and the special extant notes
will be tested; and (iii) the third part of the competition will consist of giving
explanations with or without reference to the context to portions of all the 64 books
chosen by the examiners.
       (iii) If two or more competitors should be considered equally eligible for the
award, lots shall be cast to decide who will have the prize or prizes of the year.
     4. The prize shall be awarded at a meeting of the Syndicate of the Annamalai
University. If in any year the prize-winner is unable to be present to receive the prize,
the Syndicate shall arrange to send him the prize amount. If the prize-winner dies
before the prize is presented to him, the prize amount shall be paid to his legal heir or
heirs.
     5. The prize amount shall be paid either in cash or by cheque and shall not under
any circumstances be either divided or reduced.
     6. If' in any year, or a series of years the prize be not awarded from out of the
annual interest of the endowment, Ra.50/- in each year of no award shall be set apart.
The entire amount so set apart, shall be awarded in the subsequent year to the
candidate eligible for the award along with the prize amount of that year. After setting
apart Rs.50/- as above, the balance of the annual interest shall be added to the corpus
of the fund at the end of each year.
42                               LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                           [CHAP.



     7. If in the process of investments, the face value of the paper increases and an
addition to income results either by addition of unspent amounts under clause (6)
above or by reinvestments, such additional income may at the discretion of the
Syndicate of the Annamalai University be utilized to institute second and-third prizes
and, thereafter, to increase the value of each one of the three prizes.
     8. The Syndicate shall at the end of each year communicate to the donor or to his
successors-in-interest the name and address of the prize-winner and the amount of the
prize; and if, in any year, the prize be not awarded, the amount at credit at the end of
the year, and shall also publish the same in an important Tamil daily newspaper. This
deed shall be published along with the deeds relating to the Rs.1000/- Tamil Prize
Endowment perpetuating the memory of King George V in the Madras
     University and the Raja Raja Abhaya Kulasekhara Chola Maharaja Memorial
Endowment, the Tiruvalluvar Neethi Nool Prize Endowment, the Sekilar Nayanar
Memorial Tamil Prize Endowment, in the Annamalai University made by the same donor
in every one of the editions of the publications made under the 2nd endowment
mentioned above.
     9. The income from the endowment and the accumulations thereto shall not be
diverted to any other purpose.
bjhlh; be. Ehy;fspd; bgah;fs;                      Ehyhrphpah;fspd; bgah;fs;
     1. fe;jh; fyp btz;gh                 FkuFUgu Rthkpfs;
     2. fyfyhty;ypkhiy                    FkuFUgu Rthkpfs;
     3. Fknur rjfk;                       Fughj jhrh;
     4. jz;liyahh; rjfk;                  gof;fhRg;g[yth;
     5. ru!;tjpae;jhjp                    fk;gh;
     6. mUzfphpae;jhjp                    Fif ekrptha njth;
     7. mgpuhkpae;jhjp                    mgpuhk gl;lh;
     8. jpUg;g[fYhh; me;jhjp              bew;Fd;wthz Kjypahh;
     9. jpUnt';flj;je;jhhp                gps;isg; bgUkhs; ma;a';fhh;
     10. gHkiyae;jhjp                     rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
     11. kiwirae;jhjp                     rpd;d jk;gpg;g[yth;
     12. fy;tisae;jhjp                    rpd;d jk;gpg; g[yth;
     13. jpUtu';fje;jhjp                  gps;isg;bgUkhs; ma;a';fhh;
     14. jpUbre;jpy; epnuhl;l fakfte;jhjp rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
     15. jpUf;fUitg; gjpw;Wg; gj;je;jhjp mjptPuuhk ghz;oah;
     16. kJiug; gjpw;Wg; gj;jhe;jp        gu";nrhjp Kdpth;
     17. fiyir;rpnyil btz;gh              bjhl}of;fiy Rg;gpukzpa jk;gpuhd;
     18. rp';ifr;rpnyil btz;gh            ekr;rpthag; g[yth;
     19. ,';fpj khiy                      ,uhkyp';f Rthkpfs;
     20. jpUtu';fj;J khiy                 gps;isg; bgUkhs; ma;a';fhh;
     21. nrhziry khiy                     rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
     22. bghpa ehafpk;ik jpUtpUj;jk;      rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
     23. kJiu kPdhl;rpak;ik               ,ul;ilkzp khiy
     24. rpjk;gu Kk}Kzpf; nfhit           FkuFUgu Rthkpfs;
     25. ehy;th; ehd;kzpkhiy              rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
XXXIX]                             PRIZES AND MEDALS                                43



    26.   jpUth%h; ehd;kzpkhiy                FkuFUgu Rthkpfs;
    27.   br';fGePh; tpehafh; gps;isj;jkpH;   rpt"hd Rthkpfs;
    28.   Kj;Jf;Fkhu Rthkp gps;isj;jkpH;      FkuFUgu Rthkpfs;
    29.   mKjhk;gpif gps;isj;jkpH;            rpt"hd Rthkpfs;
    30.   kPdhl;rpak;ik gps;isj;jkpH;         FkuFUgu Rthkpfs;
    31.   jpUtpilkUJhUyh                      kPdhl;rpRe;juk; gps;is
    32.   j";irg;bgUt[ilahUyh                 rptf;bfhGe;J njrpfh;
    33.   jpUbt';ifa[yh                       rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
    34.   ,uhruhr nrhHDyh                     xl;lTj;jh;
    35.   bey; tpL Jh J
    36.   gztpL JhJ
    37.   be";RtpL JhJ                        kPdhl;rp Re;juk; gps;is
    38.   jkpH; tpL JhJ
    39.   tUzFyhjpj;jd; kly;
    40.   rpj;jpu kly;                        fhsnkfg; g[yth;
    41.   bt';iff; fyk;gfk;                   rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
    42.   kJiuf; fyk;gfk;                     FkuFUgu Rthkpfs;
    43.   fhrpf;fyk;gfk;                      FkuFUgu Rthkpfs;
    44.   mHfh; fyk;gfk;
    45.   rpjk;guk; bra}a[l; nfhit            FkuFUgu Rthkpfs;
    46.   rKj;jpu tpyhrk;                     foif Kj;Jg;g[yth;
    47.   re;jpu tpyhrk;                      khk;gHf;ftpr; rp';fehtyh;
    48.   Kf;Tlw;gs;S
    49.   fjpiukiyg; gs;S
    50.   jpUf;Fw;whyf; Fwt";rp               jphpTluhrg;gf; ftpuhah;
    51.   runge;jpu g{ghyf; Fwt";rp           rptf;bfhGe;J njrpfh}
    52.   fy';fj;Jg; guzp                     ra';bfhz;lhd;
    53.   rPfhHpf; nfhit                      kPdhl;rpRe;juk; gps;is
    54.   bt';iff; nfhit                      rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
    55.   nfhOr;Ruf; nfhit                    rptf;bfhGe;J njrpfh}
    56.   j";irthzd; nfhit                    bgha;ahbkhHpg; g[yth;
    57.   mhpr;re;jpu rhpij                   MRftpuhah;
    58.   esbtz;gh                            g[fnHe;jpg; g[yth;
    59.   ieljk}                              mjptPuuhkghz;oah;
    60.   ,uF tk;rk;                          murnfrhp
    61    gpug[ yp';fyPiy                     rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
    62.   rPfhsj;jpg; g[uhzk;                 fUizg;gpufhrh; rptg;gpufhr Rthkpfs;
                                              ntiya Rthkpfs;
    63. jpUtpilkUJhh; jyg[uhzk;               rptf;bfhGe;J njrpfh;
    64. jpUtpisahlw; g[uhzk;                  gu";nrhjpKdpth.
44                                LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                              [CHAP.



                 46. KOTTAlYUR SRI SIVAKKOLUNDU DESIKAR MEMOMAL
                                   ISAI TAMIL PRIZE
     1. This endowment was founded by His Holiness Srilasri Kasivasi Swaminatha
Thambiran Swamigal Avergal of Tiruppanandal to encourage the study of Tamil Music
in memory of Sri Sivakkolundu Desikar of Kottaiyur, Kumba- konam Town, Tanjore
District, Muttamil Scholar and Chief Poet in the Court of Sarobhoji Maharaja of Tanjore
and the author Koteeovarakovai, of which the late Mahamaho- padhyaya Dr. V.
Swaminatha lyer Avergal writes in the preface to his scholarly edition as simple and
elegant in style and abounding in suggestive meanings more than any other work in
Tamil, and othe rminent prabandhas like Thanjai peruvudayarula and Sarabhendra
Bhupala Kuravanji Natakam, puranam such as Tiruvidamaruthur Thalapuranam about
which the learned Doctor writes in the same preface as containing all the essential
features of a Kavya, and other works.
     2. The endowment for the prize consists of 31/2% (Three and a half percent) non-
terminable Government Promisory Notes of the face value of Rs.3000/- (Rupees Three
Thousand) only. (No. MS. 002110, 002111 and 002112 Rs.1000/- each). The interest
on this investment shall be utilised for the award of prize annually of the value of
Rs.100/-. The balance of the interest after the award of the prize will be added to the
corpus of the fund.
     3. The following are the terms of award of the Prize:
       (i) The prize shall be awarded irrespective of sex, caste, religion and nationality.
       (ii) To be eligible for the award of the following shall be the conditions:
           (a) A pass in the Preliminary Examination of the Sangita Bushana Title
Course of the Annamalai University or in the Preliminary Examination of a Musical
Course in any other University which has already been or may be established hereafter,
or the production of a certificate of a regular training under a famous Sangita Vidwan,
will be a condition precedent to appearance for the test.
            (b) First rank at the first appearance with not less than 60% of the marks in a
competitive test to be conducted annually for the purpose by the Annamalai University.
The Annamalai University will for the purpose publish a book of selections once in every
4 years containing (i) 15 kirtanais from Sarabhendra Bhupala Kuravanji, (ii) 60 Tamil
kirtanais representative of famous composers, (iii) 5 songs from Tiruppugal and (iv) 5
verses each from the compositions of (a) Thayumana Swamigal (b) Pattinathadigal, (e)
Ramalinga Swamigal and (d) Masthan Sahib i.e. in all 100 kirtanais, songs and verses;
the selections of one set of 4 years should as far as possible be different from those of
the next period or periods of 4 years. In each term of 4 years there should be a selection
of 15 kirtanais from No. (i) Sarabhondra Bhupala Kuravanji. At the test the candidate's
ability to sing all or some of the songs in these selections correctly in their appropriate
raghas, mettus and to the proper thalas will be examined.
        (iii) If in any year two or more competitors should be considered equally eligible
for the award, lots shall be cast to decide who will have the prize or prizes of the year.
     4. The prize shall be awarded to the winner at a meeting of the Syndicate of the
Annamalai University. If in any year the prize-winner is unable to be present to receive
the prize, the Syndicate shall make arrangements to send him the prize amount. If the
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prize-winner dies before the prize is presented to him, the prize amount shall be
payable to his or her legal heir or heirs.
     5. The prize amount shall be paid either in cash or by cheque and shall not under
any circumstances be either divided or reduced.
     6. If, in any year, or a series of years the prize be not awarded, Rs.50/- in each
year of no award shall be set apart from out of the annual interest of the endowment
payable as prize. The entire amount so set apart, shall be awarded in the subsequent
year to the candidate eligible for the award along with the prize amount of that year.
After setting apart Rs.50/-as above, the balance of the annual interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund at the end of each year. It shall be competent for the Syndicate of
the Annamalai University to invest in any Government or other securities amounts
available for investment from the interest in excess over the prize amount and the
capital amount of the endowment, in case the Government Securities in which the
amount is now invested are tendered for payment by Government.
     7. If in the process of investments, the face value of the paper increases and an
enhancement of income results either by addition of unspent amounts under clause (9)
above or by reinvestments, such additional income shall be allowed to form distinct
funds so that the interest thereon may, at the discretion of the Syndicate of the
Annamalai University be utilised to institute second and third prizes and, thereafter, to
increase the value of each one of the three prizes.
     8. The Syndicate shall at the end of each year communicate to the donor or to his
successors-in-interest the name and address of the prize-winner and the amount of the
prize; and if, in any year, the prize be not awarded, the amount at credit at the end of
the year, and shall also publish the same in an important Tamil daily newspaper. This
deeds relating to

In the Madras University:
   1. The Rs.1000/- Rupees One thousand) Tamil Prize Endowment perpetuating the
memory of King George V.
     Scheme approved by the Madras Government Notification No.215 published in the
Fort St. George Gazette part I-B Educational dated 21st October, 1941.
    2. The Promotion of Tamil Learning Endowment Fund for Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rupees
One Lakh.)

In the Annamalai University:
     3. The Raja Raja Abhaya Kulasekhara Chola Maharaja Memorial Endowment, for
Tevara Tirumurai prize and Publication of works of Tamil Literature and Grammar.
     4. The Tiruvalluvar Neethi Nool Prize Endowment.
     5. The Sekilar Nayanar Memorial Tamil Prize Endowment.
    6. The Srilaori Kasivasi Adi Kumaragurupara Swamigal Memorial Tamil Prize
Endowment
     7. The Kavichakravarti Kambar Memorial Tamil Prize Endowment.
     8. The Sri Nambi Andar Nambi Memorial Panniru- thirumurai Prize Endowment.

Made by the same Donor, and
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    9. This the Kottaiyur Sri Sivakkolundu Desikar Memorial Isai Tamil Prize
Endowment.
    i.e.these 9 deeds shall be published in every one of the editions of the publications
made under the 3rd endowment mentioned above.
     10 The income from the endowment and the accumulations thereto shall not be
diverted to any other purpose.


          47. SRILASRI KASIVASI ADI KUMARAGURUPARA SWAMIGAL MEMORIAL
                      SAIVA SIDDHANTA SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
      1. This endowment was founded by His Holiness Srilasri Kasivasi Arulnandi
Thambiran Swamigal Avergal of Sri Kasi Mutt Tiruppanandal in green memory of the
illustrious founder of Sri Kasi Mutt at Banares. Srilasri Kasivasi Adi Kumara- gurupara
Swamigal, a great Tambiran-Scholar who spread Tamil Culture from Banares to
Rameswaram in the 16th century when the Moghul Empire was at its zenith under
Emperor Aurangazeeb. This endowment is intended for the promotion and spread of
Saiva Siddhanta Philosophy and for the award of scholarship therefor to the pupils of
the Annamalai University under the conditions given below. The endowment shall be
styled as "Srilasri Kasivasi Adi Kumara- gurupara Swamigal Memorial Saiva Siddhanta
Scholarship Endowment".
    2. The endowment shall consist of Rs.30,000/- (Rupees Thirty Thousand) in cash.
The administration of the fund shall be vested in the Annamalai University. The
University shall invest this amount in interest yielding Government securities.
     3. The interest accruing from the fund shall be utilised for the award of six
scholarships of the value of Rs. 135/- each in 9 equal monthly installments of Rs.15/-
to the poor deserving students in the Annamalai University irrespective of sex, caste or
creed. Four of the scholarships shall be awarded to the students who take up Saiv'a
Siddhanta Pulavar Course and the remaining two to the students of the Arts Course
whose second language is Tamil and who take up Saiva Siddhanta Philosophy as their
optional subject. In the first year of the award two students shall be selected out of
those taking up Pulavar Course and one out of those taking up Saiva Siddhanta
Philosophy in the Arts Course. In the second year of the award another set of 3
students as above shall be selected. Thus from the second year onwards the number of
scholarships shall be six as stated already. The term of scholarship shall be two years
provided the students' first year progress is satisfactory and they continue the study for
the second year.
      The students studying the Saiva Siddhanta Course of the Navalar Trust will also
be eligible for the scholarship and the application for payment of such stipends should
be routed through the Head of the Department of Tamil.
                                                              (Syn. Res. No. 139/30.5.65)
      4. It shall be competent to the Vice-Chancellor of the University to declare that the
holder of any Scholarship has forfeited it for misconduct, irregular attendance, or
unsatisfactory progress in his studies. In his place a deserving candidate shall be
selected and the scholarship awarded to him. The decision of the Vice-Chancellor shall
be final.
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     5. If in any year the scholarship be not awarded, or after having been awarded for
some time it is forfeited by any of the scholarship holder, the unexpended scholarship
amount, along with the balance of interest on the endowment fund after award of the
scholarships shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
      6. When the original endowment along with the added capital accumulates to a
sufficient sum, the University shall, at its discretion, raise the amount of the
scholarship or increase the number of scholarships as circumstances permit.
      7. If any surplus is left behind after the conditions in the previous clause are
satisfied, it may be utilised for the purchase of the "Sivagnana Siddhar" for the
philosophy course, which may be distributed free to the students to whom scholarships
are awarded.
     8. The Syndicate shall, at the end of each year, communicate to the donor or to his
successors-in-interest an account of receipts and expenditure and the names of the
students to whom the scholarships are awarded.
     9. The income from the endowment and the accumulations thereto shall not be
diverted to any other purpose than the one intended by the donor.


       48. THE SRILASRI KASIVASI ADI KUMARAGURUPARA SWAMIGAL MEMORIAL
   SAIVA SIDDHANTA SASTRA PRIZE BY HIS HOLINESS SRILASRI KASIVASI SWAMINATHA
                 THAMBIRAN SWAMIGAL AVERGAL OF TIRUPPANANDAL
    1. This endowment was founded by His Holiness Srilasri Kasivasi Swaminatha
Thambiran Swamigal Avergal of Tiruppanandal in memory of Srilasri Kasivasi Adi
Kumara- gurupara Swamigal to encourage the study of Saiva Siddhantam.
      2. The endowment for the prize consists of 31/2% (Three and a half percent) non-
terminable Government Promisory Notes of the face value of Rs.30,000/- (Rupees Thirty
Thousand) only. The interest on this investment shall be utilised for the award of a prize
annually of the value of Rs. 1,000/-. The excess of income over the amount of award
will be added every year to the corpus of the fund.
     3. The following are the terms of award:
         (i) The prize shall be awarded irrespective of sex, caste, religion and nationality.
         (ii) To be eligible for the award, the following shall be the conditions:
           (a) A pass in the Final Examination of the Oriental Title Vidwan Course
(Tamil alone) of the Annamalai or the Madras University or the Bachelor of Arts
Honours Examination in Tamil of the Annamalai University or the Master of Arts
Examination in Tamil of the Madras University or any other examination (of any
University which has already been or may be established hereafter) which may be
considered equivalent to the above mentioned examinations of the two said Universities,
will be a condition precedent to appearance for the test.
           (b) First rank at the first appearance with not less than 60% of the marks in a
competitive test to be conducted annually for the purpose by the Annamalai University.
For this test 51 books in the list appended hereto and other sastra books selected from
time to time by the Annamalai University from the Pandara Sastrams of Dharmapuram
Adhinam and Tiruvaduthurai Adhinam shall be prescribed for study. The candidates
should also memorise all the sutras and venbas of Sivagnana Botham, and all the
stanzas of Sivagnana Siddhiyar both Parapakkam and Supakam. At the competitive.
48                                LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                            [CHAP.



examination conducted annually (i) the first part will be an oral test in memorising the
selections made by the examiners out of the sutras, venbas and stanzas mentioned
above. In this memory test special credit will be given for reciting the verses in correct
music; for this 10 marks will be allotted; (ii) the second part will consist of a test in
giving the meaning and the purport of the sutras, venbas and the stanzas above
referred to. The candidate is expected to be thorough specially in the Sitrurai, and
Perurai (Bashyam) to Sivagnana Bodham and the Pozhippurai to Sivagnana Siddhiar,
written by Shri Sivagnan Munivar and to be familiar with the other commentaries on
Sivagnana Bodham and Sivagnana Sid'dhiar. The candidate is also expected to have a
special knowledge of the other 12 Saiva Siddhanta Sastras and their commentaries; (iii)
the third part of the competition will be a test in giving explanations to portions chosen
by the examiners from other books in the list and the Pandara Sastrams of
Dharmapuram Adhinam and Tiruvavaduthurai Adhinam.
        (iii) If in any year two or more competitors should be considered equally eligible
for the award, lots shall be cast to decide who will have the prize or prize of the year.
     4. The prize shall be awarded to the winner at a meeting of the Syndicate of the
Annamalai University. if in any year the prizewinner is unable to be present to receive
the prize, the Syndicate shall make arrangements to send him the prize amount. If the
prize-winner dies before the prize is presented to him, the prize amount shall be paid to
his or her legal heir or heirs.
     5. The prize amount shall be paid either in cash or by cheque and shall not under
any circumstances be either divided or reduced.
      6. If, in any year, or a series of years the prize be not awarded, Rs.500/- (Rupees
five hundred) in each year of no award shall be set apart from out of the annual interest
of the endowment payable as prize. The entire amount so set apart shall be awarded in
the subsequent year to the candidate eligible for the award along with the prize amount
of that year. After setting apart Rs.500/- as above, the balance of the annual interest
shall be added to the corpus of the fund at the end of each year. It shall be competent
for the Syndicate of the Annamalai University to invest in any Government or other
securities (i) amounts available from year to year for investment from the interest in -
excess over the prize amount as also (ii) the capital amount of the endowment, in case
the Government Securities in which the amount is now invested are tendered for
payment by Government.
      7. If, in the process of investments, the face value of the paper increases and an
enhancement of income results either by addition of unspent amounts under clause (6)
above or by reinvestments, such additional income shall be allowed to form distinct
funds so that the interest thereon may at the discretion of the Syndicate of the
Annamalai University be utilised to (1) institute second and third prizes and thereafter,
(2) to increase the value of each one of the three prizes. In years of no award after the
institution of the second and third prizes and the increase of value of each one of the
three prizes, the entire income from the endowment shall be set apart, should the
Syndicate decide that there is no need for further increase of the value of each prize,
and be awarded in the subsequent year to the candidate eligible for the award along
with the prize amount of that year.
     8. The Syndicate shall at the end of each year communicate to the donor or to his
successors-in-interest the name and address of the prize-winner and the amount of the
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prize; and if, in any year, the prize be not awarded, the amount at credit at the end of
the year, and shall also publish the same in an important Tamil or English daily
newspaper. This deeds relating to

In the Madras University:
   1. The Rs.1000/- (Rupees One thousand) Tamil Prize Endowment perpetuating the
memory of King George V.
       Scheme approved by the Madras Government Notification No.215 published in
the Fort St. George Gazette part I-B Educational dated 21st October, 1941.
    2. The Promotion of Tamil Learning Endowment Fund for Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rupees
One Lakh.)

In the Annamalai University:
     3. The Raja Raja Abhaya Kulasekhara Chola Maharaja Memorial Endowment for
Tevara Tirumurai prize and Publication of works of Tamil Literature and Grammar.
     4. The Tiruvalluvar Neethi Nool Prize Endowment.
     5. The Sekkilar Nayanar Memorial Tamil Prize Endowment.
    6. The Srilasri Kasivasi Adi Kumaragurupara Swamigat Memorial Tamil Prize
Endowment
     7. The Kavichakravarti Kambar Memorial Tamil Prize Endowment.
     8. The Sri Nambi Andar Nambi Memorial Panniru- thirumurai Prize Endowment.
     9. The Kottaiyur Sri Sivakkolundu Desikar Memorial Isai Tamil Prize Endowment.
    10. The     Sri   Manickavachaka     Swamigal Memorial Ahapporul       Tamil   Prize
Endowment.
     11. The Srilasri Kasivasi Adi Kumaragurupara Swamigal Memorial Tamil Prosody
Prize Endowment.
    12. The Srilasri Kasivasi Chokkalinga Swamigal Memorial Rhetoric Tamil Prize
Endowment.
    13. The     Kottaiyur      Sivakkolundu   Desikar    Memorial   Tiruvachakam   Prize
Endowment.
     14. The Meikandar Memorial Saiva Sidhanta Sastra Endowment.

Made by the same Donor, and
    15. This the Srilasri Kasivasi Adi Kumaragurupara Swamigal Memorial Saiva
Siddhanta Sastra Prize Endowment along with the figure of Srilasri Kasivasi Adi
Kumaragurupara Swamigal.
     i.e.these 15 deeds shall be published in every one of the editions of the
publications made under the 3rd endowment mentioned above. The cost of publishing
the books under deeds 4 or 15 or selections thereof once in every four years if the
publication be necessary should be met out of the funds provided for the publication of
books under the endowment 3 above, according to the conditions detailed therein.
     9. The income from the endowment and the accumulations thereto shall not be
diverted to any other purpose.
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              49. SRI ARULNANDI SIVACHARYA SWAMIGAL SIVAGNANA SIDDHIAR
                                 LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
     By His Holiness Srilasri Kasivasi Arulnandi Thambiran Swamigal Avergal of
Tiruppanandal, in memory of the late Srtilasri Kasivasi Swaminatha Thambiran
Swamigal Avergal to encorage the study of and the spread of learning in the
Saivasiddhananta Sastras.
     This endowment was founded by His Holiness Srilasri Arulnandi Thambiran
Swamigal Avergal of Tiruppanandal in memory of his predecessor, the late Srilasri
Kasivasi Swaminatha Thambiran Swamigal Avergal to encourage the study of and the
spread of learning in Saiva Siddhanta.
    1. This endowment shall be styled as “SRI ARULNANDI SIVACHARYA SWAMIGAL
SIVAGNANA SIDDHIAR LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT”.
     2. The expenditure on this Lectureship endowment shall be met out from the
interest available in ‘Sri Kasimutt and other Endowments Account’.
    3. i. The Lectures shall be arranged in Tamilnadu Universities and Pondicherry
University in alternate years.
       ii. The Lecturer invited to deliver the lectures shall be appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor either from among the Hindu members of the staff of the Universities of
other Hindu experts in the Saiva Siddhanta Philosophy. Every year there shall be a
new lecturer. The Lecturer once selected may have a second turn only after a lapse of 2
(Two) years.
         iii. The lecturer shall be chosen irrespective of caste.
        iv. The lectures shall be the result of a deep study of the sutras of (a) Sivagnana
Siddhiar, both Parapakkam and Supakkam and six old commentaries of Siddhiar and
(b) Sivaprakasam of Sri Umapathi Sviacharyar. The series of lectures shall be two in
number.
      v. The lectures shall be arranged in consultation with the Head of the
Department of Tamil Studies and Research, Annamalai University.
        vi. The Lecturer appointed by the Vice-Chancellor shall be paid I class TA to and
fro, besides providing an honorium of Rs.250/- per lecture.
        vii. The lecturer should within a month after the deliver of the lectures present
to the Annamalai University as well as the donor of this endowment and his successors-
in-interest, a copy each of his lectures. The University may print and publish the
lectures at the discretion of the Syndicate.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may warrant.

In the Madras University:
     1. The Rs.1000/- Tamil Prize Endowment perpetuating the memory of King George
V. Scheme approved by the Madras Government Notification No.215 Published in Fort
St. George Gazette, Part I-B Education, dated 21-9-1941.
     2. The promotion of Tamil Learning Endowment Fund for Rs.1,00,000/-

In the Annamalai University:
52                               LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                           [CHAP.



     3. The Raja Raja Abhaya Kulasekara Chola Maharaja Memorial Endowment for
Tevara Tirumurai Prize and publication of works of Tamil Literature and Grammar.
     4. The Tiruvalluvar Neethi Nool Prize Endowment.
     5. The Sekkilar Nayanar Memorial Tamil Prize Endowment.
    6. The Srilasri Kasivasi Adi Kumaragurupara Swamigal Memorial Tamil Prize
Endowment.
     7. The Kavichakravarti Kambar Memorial Tamil Prize Endowment.
     8. The Sri Nambi Andar Narnbi Memorial Panniru Tirumurai Prize Endowment.
     9. The Kottaiyur Sri Sivakkolundu Desigar Memorial Iasi Tamil Prize Endowment.
    10. The     Sri Manikkavachaka Swamigal Memorial Ahapporul Tamil Prize
Endowment.
     11. The Srilasri Kasivasi Adi Kumaragurupara Swarnigal Memorial Tamil Prosody
Prize Endowment.
    12. The Srilasri Kasivasi Chokkalingam Swamigal Memorial Rhetoric Tamil Prize
Endowment.
     13. TheKottaiyurSriSivakkolunduDesigarMemorial Thiruvachakam Prize.
     14. The Meikandar Memorial Saiva Siddhanta Sastra Prize Endowment.
     15. Srilasri Kasivasi Adi Kurnaraguraupara Swami- gal Memorial Saiva Siddhanda
Sastra Prize Endowment along with the figure of Srilasri Kasivasi Adi Kumaragurupara
Swamigal.
    16. The Sri Tirugnana Sambandamurthi Nayanar Memorial Isai Tamil Prize
Endowment.
    Approved by the Madras Government in its G.O. No.28, Education Dated 10-01-
1944:
    17. The Sri Kasivasi Thillainayaga Swamigal Memorial Tamil Prize Cash
Endowment.
     18. The Sri Arulnandi Sivacharya Swamigal Siva- gnana Siddhir Lectureship
Endowment. i.e. these 18 deeds shall be published in every one of the editions of the
publications made under the 3rd endowment mentioned above.


                    50. THE SORNAMMAL LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
      The object of the endowment is to establish a University Lectureship in the
Annamalai University for the purpose of popularising Tamil literature including
religious Literature.
     The terms and conditions of the lectureship are as follows:
     1. A Tamil festival known as Tamil Pulavar Tirunal shall be conducted every year
in the Annamalai University.
     2. A course of popular lectures in Tamil not less than three and not more than five
shall be delivered during the festival.
    3. A single poet or author shall be selected every year and the lectures shall
expound in a popular way the excellence of his works.
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     4. The lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor of the University either
by invitation or on application.
     5. A sum of Rs.1000/- out of the interest from the endowment shall be paid to the
lecturer as honorarium inclusive of TA and DA.(vide Syn.res. No.25 dated 9-8-1996).
      6. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the printing of lectures. The
printed lectures shall be published in book form by the University every year and sold
at a cheap price.
    7. If in any year, a suitable lecturer is not available, the unspent interest shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     8. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may necessitate from time to time in consonance with the
main purpose of the endowment.


                       51. THE TAGORE LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
     This endowment was founded under the Tagore Centenary Scheme and consists of
Rs.25,000/- contributed by the University Grants Commission, the University and the
State Government of Madras, as detailed below:
         University Grants Commission     Rs. 18,750/-
         University                       Rs. 3,125/-
         State Government                 Rs. 3,125/-     (Yet to be sanctioned)
                                         Rs. 25,000
      2. The object of the fund is to establish University Lectureship to commemorate
the Centenary of the birth of Rabindranath Tagore, and the interest realised by the
investment of the grant of Rs.25,000/- shall be utilised for that purpose, including any
expenditure incidental thereto.
     3. The terms and conditions of the lectureship shall be as follows:
       1. The Syndicate shall arrange for one or more lectures according to the
availability of funds to be delivered-annually on the birth day of the Anniversary of
Rabindranath Tagore or on such other convenient date or dates as may be fixed by the
Vice-Chancellor.
        2. The subject for each lecture shall be fixed by the Vice - Chacellor. The subject
shall as far as possible relate to the life and works of Rabindranath Tagore.
        3. The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor of the University
either by invitation or by application.
       4. A sum of Rs.750 plus I class T.A out of the interest from the endowment shall
be paid to the lecturer as honorarium & T.A.
       5. Subject to the funds being available, the lecture or lectures may be printed
and offered for sale by the University, the sale proceeds being credited to the interest
account of the endowment.
       6. If in any year a suitable lecturer is not available, the unspent interest for that
year shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
       7. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may render desirable.
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                     52. THE SCIENCE ACADEMY CONFERENCE PRIZE
     This endowment was founded by the members of Reception Committee of the 25th
Session of the Indian Academy of Sciences held at Annamalainagar in December, 1959
and consists of Rs.558.45/- invested in fixed deposit with any suitable bank decided by
the Syndicate, the interest of which is to be utilised for the award of a prize annually at
the Founder's day under the following conditions:
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Science Academy Conference Prize."
     2. The prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest
marks at the University examinations in the 2nd year of the B.Sc. Agriculture Course of
this University.
     3. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as the Syndicate may consider desirable from
time to time.

         53. GOLD MEDAL IN THE NAME OF SHRI K.A.M.A.K. DHARMARAJA NADAR,
                               MERCHANT, TUTICORIN
     This endowment was founded by Shri K.A.M.A.K. Dharmaraja Nadar, Merchant,
Tuticorin, for the award of a gold medal.
     The endowment consists of Rs.1050/- invested in a Bank the interest of which is
to be utilised for the award annually of a gold medal under the following conditions:
     1. The Medal shall be styled "K.A.M.A.K. Dharmaraja Nadar Gold Medal."
     2. The Medal shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day or at Convocation
as the case may be to the student of the University who has been adjudged by
examiners appointed by the Vice-Chancellor for the purpose as having read the largest
number of the books during the year to the greatest advantage.
     3. If in any year the medal be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable from
time to time.

                   54. THE ACHARYA P.C. RAY BIRTH CENTENARY PRIZE
      This endowment consists of Rs.635/- the amount being the voluntary contributions
of the Member of the Chemical Society of Annamalai University in 1961. The interest is to
be utilised for the award of a prize annually under the following conditions:
     1. The prize shall be called "Acharya P.C.Ray Birth Centenary Prize."
     2. The P'P'ZE shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the candidate who
among the candidates qualifying for the M.Sc. degree (by examination) in Chemistry
secures the highest percentage of marks in the practical tests of Part I and 11 (together)
of the examination, having passed both parts at the first appearance.
     3. If in any year the prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make
changes in the conditions of annual award as the Syndicate may consider desirable
from time to time.
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         55. 42ND ALL INDIA ECONOMIC CONFERENCE GOLD MEDALS AND PRIZES FUND
      This endowment shall be called "The 42nd All India Economic Conference Gold
Medals and Prizes Fund." It consists of Rs.4572.10 being the unspent balance in the
funds collected for the 42nd All India Economic Conference. The interest is to be
utilised for the award of Medals and Prizes annually at Convocation under the following
conditions:
    1. One Medal/Books of the value of Rs.100/- for the student securing the highest
marks in 'Micro Economics' in M.A. Economics Degree Examinations.
    2. One Prize/Books of the value of Rs.50/- for the student securing the highest
marks in 'Monetary Economics' in M.A. Degree Examinations.
    3. One Prize/Books of the value of Rs.50/- for the student securing the highest
marks in 'Macro Economics' in the M.A. Degree Examinations.
    4. One Prize/Books of the value of Ra.50/- for the student securing the highest
marks in 'Fiscal Economics' in the M.A. Degree Examinations.
     5. One Medal/Books to the value of Rs.100/-for the student securing theI rank in
M.A. Economics.
    6. One Prize/Books of the value of Rs.50/- for the student securing the highest
marks in 'International Economic Order' in the M.A. Applied Economics Degree
Examinations.
    7. One Prize/Books of the value of Rs.50/- for the student securing the highest
marks in Project Evaluation in the M.A. Applied Economics Degree Examinations.
     8. If in any year the Gold Medals and Prizes be not awarded, the unexpended
interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     9. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of annual award as the Syndicate may consider desirable
from time to time.

              56. THE PROFESSOR R RAMANUJACHARI SHASTIAPTAPURTHY FUND
    1. The endowment shall be called "The Professor Ramanujachari Shastiaptapurthy
Fund". It consists of Rs.1,001/-.
    2. This fund shall be invested as long term deposit at the Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar, securing the highest rate of interest per annum.
     3. The prizes shall be awarded annually at Convocation as follows:
       i. A prize shall be awarded to the student who passes both the parts (written and
practical) in the first attempt and who secures the highest number of marks in the
written part of the B.Ed. degree examination of this University.
       ii. The other prize shall be awarded to the student securing the highest
aggregate marks in part I and 11 of the M.Ed. degree examination of the University.
       iii. If in any of the above said degree examinations, two or more students are
bracketed in the first rank, the ear-marked amount be divided equally among them for
the award.
     4. If in any year the prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.
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         57. THE T.P. MEENAKSHISUNDARANAR'S 61ST BIRTH DAY ENDOWMENT
     1. This endowment shall be called "The T.P. Meenakshi sundaranar's 61st
Birthday Endowment." It consists of Rs. 10,934-47.
     2. It may be invested as long term deposit at the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar,
securing the highest rate of interest per annum.
      3. The interest accruing from this shall be divided into five equal parts each part
being utilised for the award of one medal together with books as prizes for the students
of this University at annual Convocation as specified below:
       i. One prize be awarded to the student who secures the first rank in M.A. (Tamil)
Degree Examination in the first attempt.
        ii. One prize be awarded to the student who secures the first rank in M.A.
(History) Degree Examination in the first attempt.
       iii. One prize be awarded to a candidate who secures highest marks in the
M.Phil Tamil Degree and passed all the papers (Papers I, II and III) in the first
attempt.(vide Syn. Res No. 43 dated 11-12-2000)
       iv. One prize be awarded to the student who secures the first rank in the M.A.
(Linguistics) Degree Examination in the first attempt.
         v. One prize shall be awarded to the student who secures the first rank in M.A.
(Political Science) Degree Examination in the first attempt.
     4. In the event of no student appearing for any of the above said examinations or
becoming eligible to receive the medal and the prize, the ear-marked part of the interest
accrued be added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. If in any of the above said degree examinations two or more students are
bracketted in the first rank, the ear-marked amount be divided equally among them for
the award.
      6. The medal referred to in the above sections be made of 25 grams of pure silver
so long as the ban on the making of the gold medal imposed by the Government of India
lasts. If the ban is lifted gold medals without books as prizes shall be awarded.
    7. The medals awarded from this endowment fund be called 'The T.P.
Meenakshisundaranar Manivizha Medal.'
    8. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award as circumstances may render desirable.

                         58. THE PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH PRIZE
     1. That the prize be called The Psychology Research Prize.
     2. That the cost of the prize be met out of the interest on the endowment amount
of Rs.900/- invested by the University.
     3. That the prize be awarded annually at Convocation to a student of the degree
who has been admitted to the M.A. Degree Course or who has been registered for the
M.Litt or Ph.D. Degrees and who has successfully completed a psychological research
project which, in the opinion of the Board of Studies, is of real merit.
     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year the interest amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to revise the terms of award at any time that it
deems necessary.
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 59. THE ANANTHATHANDAVAPURAM SHRI DURGA MANISUNDARESA SCHOLARSHIPS PRIZE
    Endowment of Rs.25,000/- by Shri S.A. Sundaresan Trustee of Shree Durga
Manisundara Charities Trust for the award of Scholarships to help poor and deserving
Brahmin boys from Anandathandavapuram to pursue their studies in this University.
    The Scholarship will be awarded as Anandathandavapuram Shri Durga Mani
Sundaresa Scholarship.
     Three scholarships of Rs.400/- each will be awarded.
    If there are no candidates forth coming from Anandathandavapuram they may be
awarded to other Brahmin boys.
     The Vice-Chancellor may appoint a committee consisting of Shri S.A. Sundaresan
and a representative of the University to decide upon the beneficiary to whom
Scholarships will be given. If there is a difference of opinion between the two as to the
beneficiaries to whom the scholarships have to be awarded, the Vice-Chancellor shall
have a casting vote.
     Expiry of scholarships of any one or all will be intimated to the trustee sufficiently
early during the year.
     Failure in the examination by any of the scholars in any year, will forfeit the
scholarship.
      The balance of income accruing from the endowment may be paid to two persons
at the rate of Rs.60/- each (Man or Woman) who are able to recite the whole Gita to the
satisfaction of a Committee to be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor. If none is
forthcoming,the donor reserves the. right to change this clause at any time.


                                 60. SHRI KRISHNA PRIZE
     Dr. C. Purushothaman and Shri C.K. Viraswami have agreed to endow a sum of
Rs. 10,000/- for instituting the following four prizes:
     1. "ShriKrishnaPrize" for the best in Hatayoga Asanas to carry Rs.100/-.
     2. "Shri Krishna Prize" for proficiency in Shakespeare's Plays to carry Rs.250/-.
     3. "Shri Krishna Prize" for proficiency in Valmiki Ramayana and other classics to
carry Ra.250/-.
     4. "Shri Krishna Prize" for proficiency in Sankra Ramana Advaitha to carry
Rs. 400/-.
    The above prizes are to be awarded by the Vice-Chancellor on the Skanda Shasthi
Day and are open to all Vidyarthis of the several Faculties of the University.


    61. THE ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION FARMERS' DAY PRIZE
     This endowment is founded by the members of the Annamalai University
Agricultural Association from the contributions made by them towards the celebration
of Farmers' Days and consists of Rs.500/- invested in fixed deposit with any suitable
bank decided by the Syndicate, the interest of which is to be utilised for the award of a
prize annually on the Founder's Day under the following conditions:
    1. The Prize shall be styled "The Annamalai University Agricultural Association
Farmers' Day Prize."
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      2. The prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate who secures the highest
marks at the University Examinations in the third year of the B.Sc. (Ag.)Degree course
of this University.
     3. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as the Syndicate may consider desirable from
time to time.

        62. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE C.R. MYLERU PRIZE ENDOWMENT.
     1. The endowment shall be called "The Shri C.R. Myleru Prize Endowment. It
consists of Rs.500/-
    2. This fund shall be invested as long term deposit at Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to a I M.A. (English)
student who secures the highest percentage of marks.
     4. If in any year the prize be not awarded, the unexpended amount shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.

             63. ENDOWMENT OF Rs 500/- BY THE ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY
         AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE INSTITUTION OF A PRIZE CALLED
                "THE DR. C.P. RAMASWAMI AIYAR AGRICULTURAL PRIZE"
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Dr. C.P. Ramaswami Aiyar Agriculture Prize."
     2. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who
secures the highest marks at the University Examination in the First Year of the B.Sc.
(Agriculture) Course of this University.
     3. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of award at any time it
deems necessary.
     5. The amount shall be invested in the Indian Bank securing the highest rate of
interest per annum.


64. ENDOWMENT OF Rs 500/- BY SRI C.D. MEENAKSHISUNDARAM FOR THE INSTITUTION OF
         A PRIZE CALLED "THE CONJEEVARAM DORAISWAMI MEMORIAL PRIZE"
     1. The prize shall be styled “The Conjeevaram Doraiswami Memorial prize."
      2. The prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the candidate who
secures the highest marks at the University Examination in the Final Year of the B.Sc.
(Ag.) Course.
     3. The amount shall be invested in the Indian Bank securing the highest rate of
interest.
     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of award at any time it
deems necessary.
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            65. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "THE RANGANATHAN MEMORIAL
                           (II YEAR ENGINEERING) PRIZE."
     This endowment of Rs.500/- was founded by Shri S. Sundaram in memory of his
deceased son S. Ranganathan who studied in II Year Engineering Integrated Course in
the year 1973-'75 in the University.
     1. The endowment consists of Rs.500/- invested in a Nationalised Bank securing
the highest rate of interest of which is to be utilised for the award annually of a prize
under the following conditions:
     2. The prize shall be styled 'The Ranganathan Memorial year Engineering Prize'.
     3. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to candidate who
among the successful candidates of the II year of the Engineering Course in the
University Examination held in the previous academic year secured the highest
percentage of marks in the aggregate having passed all the subjects at the first
appearance.
     4. The prize shall be in the form of books or instruments considered suitable by
the Syndicate.
     5. If in any year the prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
    6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award, the value of the prize, etc. as circumstances
may render desirable.


   66. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "THE SHRI M.P. DAMODARAN AGRICULTURE PRIZE."
     1. The Prize shall be styled "The Shri M.P. Damodaran Agriculture Prize."
     2. The Prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the candidate who
secures the highest marks at the University Examination in the Final M.Sc. Ag. (Micro-
biology) course of this University.
     3. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest that has
accrued shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
      4. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the award at any time
it deems necessary.
     5. The amount shall be invested in the Indian Bank securing for the most
favourable terms.


                          67. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR
               "THE LAKSHMANAN MEMORIAL ENGINEERING I YEAR PRIZE."
     This endowment of Rs.500/- was founded by Shri P.V. Vaidyananthan, Reader in
Mechanical Engineering in memory of his brother V. Lakshmanan who was studying in
the Second Year of the Integrated Course in Engineering during 1964-'65 deceased on
6-2-1965.
    1. The endowment of Rs.500/- shall be invested in a Nationalised Bank securing
the highest rate of interest. The interest on which is to be utilised for the award
annually of a prize under the following conditions
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      2. The Prize shall be styled 'The Lakshmanan Memorial Engineering First Year
prize'.
      3. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who
among the successful candidates of the first year Mechanical Engineering in the
University Examinations held in the previous year secures the highest percentage of
marks in the aggregate having passed all the subjects at the first appearance to be
eligible for the award a candidate should have secured at least 55% of the aggregate
marks at the University Examinations.
     4. The prize may be in the form of books considered suitable by the syndicate.
     5. If in any year the prize be not awarded the expended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund:
    6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award, the value of the prize etc., as circumstances
may render desirable.


            68. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF A PRIZE STYLED
             "THE ANNAMALAI ALUMNI ASSOCIATION (THE NILGIRIS) PRIZE."
     On the occasion of the Annamalai Alumni Association at Ootacamund Dr. C.P.
Ramaswami Aiyar, L.L.D., D.Litt., a donation of Rs.1001/- (Rupees one thousand and
one only) was made to the Association by Dr. Rajah Sir M.A. Muthiah Chettiar, who
presided over the function.
     The prize shall be styled "The Annamalai Alumni Association (The Nilgiris) prize."
    The amount shall be invested as a long term deposit at a bank to be decided by the
Syndicate.
    The annual interest may be utilised to give a prize every year to a student of the
University on the Founder's Day.
    The prize shall be awarded to the best debater in English as judged at a
competition held open to all students of the University.
     The intention of the Founder is to foster and encourage debating talents as distinct
from public speaking for which prizes have already been instituted by other agencies.
     The subject of the debate shall be announced only four hours prior to the
commencement of the debate. It is a special recommendation of the Founder that
unless there is argument and counter argument and thrust at these debates and the
general performances of the competitor’s satisfactory, prize shall not be awarded.
     The unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to modify the
conditions of the award of the prize as circumstances may render desirable.
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            69. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF A PRIZE STYLED
                       "THE PROF. A.C. SUBRAMANIAM'S PRIZE."
      1. This endowment of Rs.1,501/- was founded by a Committee on the occasion of
Prof. A.C. Subramaniam's 65th Birthday Celebration to perpetuate his association with
this University for over a period of 36 years.
     2. The Prize shall be styled "The A.C. Subramaniam's Prize."
    3. The amount shall be invested in the Indian Bank securing the most favourable
terms.
     4. The interest securing from the endowment every year shall be utilised for the
award of a prize in the shape of books at Convocation to the M.A. English students of
this University who secures I rank in M.A. English.
      a) The prize shall be awarded to the student who has secured the highest
number of marks in the aggregate at his/her first appearance at the M.A. English
Examination during the previous academic year.
     5. If in any year, the prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of award as circumstances may render desirable.

            70. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF A PRIZE STYLED
                   "THE T.P. NAVANITHAKRISHNA MEMORIAL PRIZE."
     1. The prize shall be styled "The T.P. Navanithakrishna Memorial Prize."
     2. The prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the student who secured
the highest percentage of marks in M.Sc. Physics degree examination, having passed all
the papers at his first appearance.
     3. The amount of Rs.1000/- shall be invested in the Indian Bank securing the
highest rate of interest.
     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of award at any time it
deems necessary.


           71. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF THE PRIZE STYLED
                "THE DR. G. RANGASWAMI PRIZE FOR THE MICROBIOLOGY."
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Dr. G. Rangaswami Prize for Microbiology.
     2. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who
secures the highest marks in Microbiology at the University Examination in the second
year of the B.Sc.(Ag.) Course provided he passes in all the subjects at the first attempt
and is eligible to go to the 3rd year.
     3. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
      4. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the award at any time
it deems necessary.
     5. The amount of Rs.500/- shall be invested in the Indian Bank, securing the
highest rate of interest per annum.
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            72. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF A PRIZE STYLED
      "THE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION PRIZE FOR AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AND
                        FARM MANAGEMENT (FINAL B.Sc. Ag.)."
    1. The prize shall be called "The Agricultural Association prize for Agricultural
Extension and Farm Management (Final B.Sc. Ag)."
    2. The amount of Rs.500/- shall be invested in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar
Securing the highest rate of interest per annum.
     3. From the interest accruing from the endowment a prize shall be awarded
annually at Convocation to a candidate who secures the highest marks in Agricultural
Extension and Farm Management at the University Examination B.Sc. (Ag.) (Final)
having passed in all the subjects in the first attempt.
     4. In the event of the prize not being-awarded any year the interest amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of award at any time it
deems necessary.


     73. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF THE PRIZE FOR THE ENDOWMENT
                    STYLED "PROF. T.N. MUTHUSWAMI GOLD MEDAL"
      1. This endowment made by the Staff and students of the Geology Department and
friends of Prof. T.N. Muthuswami consists of Rs.2,000/- the interest of which shall be
utilised for the award of a gold medal annually under the following conditions:-
      2. The award shall be called "Prof. T.N. Muthuswami Gold Medal."
     3. The endowment shall be invested in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar, securing
the most favourable terms.
      4. The interest accruing from the endowment every year shall be utilised for the
award of a Gold Medal at Convocation to the candidate who secures the first rank with
a first class in the M.Sc. Degree (Geology) Examination.
      5. The prize shall be in the form of a gold medal bearing the emblem of the University
and the impression of Sir Charless Lyell on one side and "On the occasion of the retirement
of Prof. T.N. Muthuswami (1953-66)" and the year of award on the other side.
     6. If in any year the Prize be not awarded, the unexpended interest of the year
shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    7. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.


       74. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF GOLD MEDALS PRIZES AND
              PURCHASE OF TEXT BOOKS UNDER THE ENDOWMENT STYLED
            DR.M.G. RAMACHANDRAN GOLD MEDALS PRIZES AND BOOKS FUND.
     1. This endowment made by Dr. M.G. Ramachandran Madras on the occasion of
his visit to the Annamalai University on 28th Feb. 1966, to deliver valedictory address
of the Fine Arts Society of the Eastern Hostel consists of Rs.25,000/- the interest of
which shall be utilised for the award of following Gold Medals, Prizes and purchase of
books for the University Library.
    2. This Endowment shall be called "Dr. M.G. Ramachandran Gold Medals Prizes
and Books Fund.
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    3. This amount shall be invested in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the
most favourable terms as a long term fixed deposit.
    4. The interest accruing from the endowment every year shall be utilised for the
award of Gold Medals, prizes and purchase of books to the library under the following
conditions.
         i) One Gold Medal (Silver based) to the value of Rs.600/- to be awarded to a
student who secures the highest marks in the final year M.A. Tamil Examination at the
first attempt.
       ii) One Gold Medal (Silver based) to the value of Rs.600/- be awarded to a
student who secures the highest marks in the practical examination among the final
year students of Isaikalaimani, Natyakalaimani and B.Music in the first attempt.
                                        (Amended vide Sy. Res. No. 35, Dt. 20-01-1992)
       iii) One Gold Medal (Silver based) to the value of Rs.600/- to be awarded to a
student for mono-acting declared by a Committee appointed by the Vice-Chancellor to
be the best in a competition open to all students conducted by the University.
       iv) One Prize of Rs.100/- (Rupees one hundred only) shall be awarded to a
candidate who secures highest mark in a special written test conducted by the Faculty
of Agriculture for the students of I B.Sc. (Agri.) of the year and who satisfied the
condition of poverty as desired by the Government of India from time to time.
    (Note: The poverty certificate is given to one whose parents have an income of not
more than Rs.9,600/- per annum)
         v) One prize to the value of Rs.50/- for a student securing the highest
percentage of marks in the final year B.E. Degree Examination of the University at the
first attempt.
         vi) One prize to the value of Ra.50/- for a student securing the highest marks in
the final year University Examination of the B.E. (Chemical Engineering Course) at the
first attempt.
        vii) The balance of the interest accruing in the year, after awarding the above
Gold Medals and the prizes to be utilised for the purchase of text books which shall be
selected by the Deans Committee and they shall be kept in Dr. C.P. Ramaswami Aiyar
Library in a separate Cupboard with the inscription "Gift by Dr. M.G. Ramachandran"
for the benefit of poor students.
     5. If in any year the gold medals and prizes are not awarded the unexpended
interest shall be utilised for purchase of text books.
     6. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the conditions of
the award as circumstances may warrant.

75. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENDOWMENT OF Rs.500/- BY JANAB M.SULAIMAN ZACKRIA
            SAIT FOR A PRIZE CALLED "THE M. YUSUF ZACKRIA SAIT PRIZE"
     1. The Prize shall be styled "The M. Yusuf Zackria Sait Prize."
    2. The amount shall be invested as long term deposit at the Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar securing the highest rate of interest annually.
     3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award annually at Convocation of a
prize to the Muslim student who secures highest marks in M.A. English.
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    In the event of the prize not being awarded any year, the interest amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
      The syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the award at any time as
it deems necessary.


76. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENDOWMENT OF Rs.500/- BY JANAB M.SULAIMAN ZACKRIA
           SAIT FOR A PRIZE CALLED "THE DR.C.P. RAMASWAMY AIYAR PRIZE"
     1. The Prize shall be styled "The Dr. C.P. Ramaswamy Aiyar Prize"
    2. The amount shall be invested as long term deposit at the Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar, securing the highest rate of interest annually.
     3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award annually at Convocation of a
prize to the candidate who passes the Master's Degree Examination in the first chance
securing the highest percentage of marks among the science subjects- Mathematics,
Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geology and Marine Biology.
    In the event of the prize not being awarded any year, the interest amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
      The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the award at any time as
its deems necessary.


  77. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.500/- BY JANAB M. SULAIMAN
  ZACKRIA SAIT FOR A PRIZE CALLED "THE DOCTOR RAJA SIR MUTHIAH CHETTIAR PRIZE"
    1. The amount shall be invested as long term deposit at the Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar, securing the highest rate of interest annually.
     2. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award annually at Convocation of a
prize to the candidate who passes in the first chance securing the highest percentage of
marks in the M.Com. degree examination.
    In the event of the prize not being awarded any year, the interest amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
      The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the award at any time as
it deems necessary.


    78. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENDOWMENT OF Rs.500/- BY THE AGRICULTURAL
 ASSOCIATION FOR THE AWARD OF A PRIZE STYLED "THE SHRI P. CHANDRA REDDY PRIZE"
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Shri P. Chandra Reddy Prize."
     2. The prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to a student of B.Sc. (Agri).
Final year who secures the highest marks in Horticulture having passed in all the
subjects at the First Attempt.
     3. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year, the interest amount shall
be added to the Corpus of the fund.
     4. The amount shall be invested in the Indian Bank Annamalaingar, securing
highest rate of interest per annum.
      5. The Syndicate shall have power to revise the terms of the award at any time as
it deems necessary.
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         79. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.11, 000/- BY
 DR. RAJAH SIR MUTHIAH CHETTIAR OF CHETTINAD, FOUNDER PRO-CHANCELLOR OF THE
 ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY FOR THE INSTITUTION OF PRIZES IN HONOUR OF THE VISITS OF
 THE FOLLOWING DISTINGUISHED ORATORS AND SPEAKERS ON THE OCCASIONS OF THE
               CONVOCATIONS AND FOUNDER'S DAYS DURING 1949-1965.
     The prizes shall be styled after the names of the respective distinguished orators
and speakers given below:
Convocation:
     1. H.E. Shri Sri Prakasa
     2. Dr. Sri A. Lakshmanaswami Mudaliar
     3. Hon'ble Sri C. Subramanian
     4. Shri T.M. Narayanaswami Pillai
     5. Dr. C.D. Deshmukh
     6. Dr. Prof. M.S. Thacker
     7. Dr. P. Subbarayan
     8. H.E. John Kenneth Galbraith
     9. H.E. Sri Bishnuram Medhi
     10. Hon'ble Sri M. Bakthavasalam
     11. H.H. Maharajah Sri Jaya Chamaraja Wadiyar
     12. Dr. C.P. Ramaswami Aiyar.
Founder's Day:
     13. Hon'ble Sri M. Manickavelu
     14. Mrs. Durgabai Deshmukh
     15. Hon'ble Mr. Justice Ganapathia Pillai
     16. Hon'ble Sri R. Venkataraman
     17. Shri Karumuthu Thiagaraja Chettiar
     18. Mrs. Karumuthu Thiagaraja
     19. Hon'ble Mr. Justice K. Veeraswami
     20. Hon'ble Mr. Justice P.S. Kailasam
     21. Mrs. Soundara Kailasam
     22. Hon'ble Chief Justice P. Chandra Reddy.
     The value of the endowment for each prize shall be Rs.500/-
    The amount shall be invested as long term deposit at the Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar, securing the highest rate of interest annually.
     The interest accrued shall be equally divided and utilized for the award annually at
Convocation or on Founder's Day of the prizes according to the conditions laid under
the respective prizes.
     In the event of prize/prizes not being awarded any year, the interest amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
      The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the award at any time as
it deems necessary in consultation with the Founder Pro-Chancellor.
66                                 LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                          [CHAP.



1. The His Excellency Shri Sri Prakasa (Commerce) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who, among the
candidates qualifying for the degree, secures the highest percentage of marks in the
M.Com. degree examinations, parts I and II together, having passed the parts at his first
appearance.

2. The Dr. Sir A. Lakshmanaswami Mudaliar (Geology) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who among the
candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest percentage of marks in M.Sc.
degree examination in Geology having passed all the papers at first appearance.

3. The Hon'ble Shri C. Subramanian (Psychology) Prize:
      The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who, among the
candidates, qualifying for the degree secures the highest percentage of marks in the
M.A. degree examination in Psychology, parts I and II together, having passed the parts
at his first appearance.

4. The Shri T.M..Narayanaswami Pillai (Commerce) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who, among those
qualifying for the degree, secures the highest percentage of marks in the M.Com degree
examinations having passed all the parts at his first appearance.

5. The Dr. C.D. Deshmukh (Marine Biology) Prize:
     The Prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who, among the
candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest percentage of marks in the
M.Sc. degree examinations in Marine Biology, part I and 11 together, having passed all
the parts at his first appearance.

6. The Professor M.S. Thacker (Statistics) Prize:
      The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who among the
candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest percentage of marks in M.A.
Political Science examination having passed all papers at the first appearance.

7. The Dr. P. Subbarayan (Politics) Prize:
    The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who, among the
candidates qualifying for the degree, secures the highest percentage of marks in the
M.A. Political Science degree examinations having passed all the papers at the first
appearance.

8. The His Excellency John Kenneth Galbraith (Psychology) Prize:
    The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who, among the
candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest percentage of marks in M.A.
Psychology degree examination having passed all papers at the first appearance.

9. The His Excellency Sri Bishnuram Medhi (Lingustics) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who among the
candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest percentage of marks in M.A.
Linguistics degree examination having passed all the papers at the first appearance.
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10. The Hon'ble Sri M. Bakthavatsalam (Sociology) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who among the
candidates qualifying for the degree, secures the highest percentage of marks in M.A.
Sociology degree examination having passed all the papers at the first appearance.

11. The His Highness Maharajah Sri Jaya Chamaraja Wadiyar (English) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who among the
candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest percentage of marks in M.A.
English degree examination having passed all the papers at the first appearance.

12. The Dr. C.P. Ramaswami Aiyar (Music) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the candidate who, provided there
are at least three candidates qualifying for the degree, secures the 'highest percentage of
marks in the B.Music. Degree examinations having passed all the parts at the first
appearance.

13. The Hon'ble Sri M. Manickavelu (Logic) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the student who among successful
candidates secures highest percentage of marks in M.A. Psychology degree examination
having passed all the papers at the first appearance.

14. The Mrs. Durgabai Deshmukh (Physics) Prize:
    The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the student who among the
candidates secures the highest percentage of marks in M.Sc. Physics degree
examination having passed all the papers at the first appearance.

15. The Hon’ble Mr.Justice Ganapathia Pillai (Indian History) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the student who among the
successful candidates secures the highest marks in Indian History in M.A. History
degree examination.

16. The Hon'ble Sri R. Venkataraman (Chemistry) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the student who among the
successful candidates secures the highest percentage of marks in M.Sc Chemistry
degree examination having passed all the papers at the first appearance.

17. The Sri Karumuthu Thiagaraja Chettiar (Commerce) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the student who among the
successful candidates in M.Com. degree examination secures the highest percentage of
marks having passed all the papers at the first appearance.

18. The Mrs. Karumuthu Thiagaraja (Tamil) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the students who among the
successful candidates secures the highest percentage of marks in M.A. Tamil degree
examination having passed all papers at the first appearance.

19. The Hon'ble Mr. Justice. K.Veeraswami (Psychology) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the student who among the
successful candidates secures the highest percentage of marks in M.A. Psychology
degree examinations having passed all papers at the first appearance.
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20. The Hon'ble Mr. Justice P.S. Kailasam (Politics) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the student who among the
successful candidates secures the highest percentage of marks in M.A. Political Science
degree examination having passed all papers at the first appearance.

21. The Hon’ble Mr.Chief Justice P.Chandra Reddy (Advanced English) Prize:
     The prize shall be awarded at Convocation to the student who among the
successful candidates secures the highest marks in M.A. English degree examination
having passed all the papers at the first appearance.


           80. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.501/- BY
 THIRU T. GOVINDARAJAN, PROFESSOR, MATHEMATICS,MADRAS EDUCATIONAL SERVICE,
     FOR A PRIZE CALLED"THE PROFESSOR T. GOVINDARAJAN PRIZE IN MEMORY OF
                    DR.A.NARASINGA RAO AND OTHER TEACHERS"
    The prize shall be styled "The Professor T. Govindarajan Prize in memory of Dr. A.
Narasinga Rao and other teachers."
    The amount shall be invested as long term deposit at the Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar, securing the highest rate of interest annually.
    The interest accrued shall be utilized for the award of a prize annually at
Convocation to the candidate who passes the B.Ed. degree examinations at the first
appearance, securing the highest percentage of marks in the written examinations.
     In the event of the prize not being awarded any year, the interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
      The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the award at any time as
it deems necessary.


    81. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENDOWMENT OF Rs.500/- BY SHRI S. ARUMUGA
 MUDALIAR, PRINCIPAL,SHRI PALANI ANDAVAR COLLEGE OF INDIAN CULTURE,PALANI FOR
THE INSTITUTION OF THE PRIZE CALLED "THE RAJALAKSHMI ARUMUGA MUDALIAR PRIZE."
     1. The prize shall be styled "Rajalakshmi Arumuga Mudaliar Prize."
    2. The Endowment of Rs.500/- shall be invested as long term deposit at the Indian
Bank, Annamalainagar securing highest rate of interest annually.
      3. The interest secured shall be utilised for the award of a prize annually at
Convocation to the candidate who among the candidates passing the M.A. Tamil degree
examination in the first class secures the highest percentage of marks in having passed
Part I and 11 in first attempt.
    4. The prize shall be in the form of books in English and Tamil preferably on
"Tamil Prosody, Poetics and Literary Criticism."
     5. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    6. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
award at any time as it deems necessary.
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              82. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.500/-
  BY SHRI P. ALALASUNDARAM, PROFESSOR OF TAMIL, MADRAS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE FOR
         THE INSTITUTION OF A PRIZE CALLED "THE P. ALALASUNDARAM PRIZE."
     1. The Prize shall be styled "The P. Alalasundaram Prize."
     2. The amount of endowment Rs.500/- (Five hundred only) shall be invested as a
long term deposit at the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar, securing the highest rate of
interest annually.
      3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of a prize annually at
Convocation to the candidate who gets the highest marks in the University
examinations in the Optional subject Sivagnana Botham in the M.A. Tamil, Branch V
Part II and passes the examination at the first appearance.
     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year, the interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
award at any time as it deems necessary.

83. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF THE PRIZE STYLED "THE AGRICULTURAL
ASSOCIATION PRIZE FOR SOIL CHEMISTRY"FOR WHICH THE SYNDICATE HAS ACCEPTED AN
ENDOWMENTOF Rs.500/- FROM THE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Agriculture Association Prize for Soil Chemistry".
    2. The interest derived from the endowment every year shall be utilised for the
award of a prize annually at Convocation to the candidate who passes the B.Sc. (Ag.)
examination at the first appearance, securing the highest percentage of marks in Soil
Chemistry.
     3. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year, the unexpended interest
shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    4. The amount shall be invested in the Indian Bank securing the most favourable
terms.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to revise the terms
of the award at any time it deems necessary.

            84. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AN ENDOWMENT OF Rs.1,000/-
           BY THE SOUTH ARCOT CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITED, CUDDALORE
     1. The prize shall be styled "The South Arcot Co-operative Central Bank Golden
Jubilee R. Kanakasabai Prize."
    2. The amount shall be invested as long term deposit with the Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar, securing the highest rate of interest annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of a prize annually at
Convocation to the candidate who passes at the first appearance the M.Com. degree
examination with co-operation as optional subject, securing the highest percentage of
marks in aggregate.
     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year, the interest shall be added
to the corpus:
      5. The Syndicate shall have power to revise the terms of the award at any time as
it deems necessary.
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             85. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AN ENDOWMENT OF Rs.1,000/-
 BY SRI N.M. PONNAMBALAM PILLAI OF CHIDAMBARAM FOR THE AWARD OF PRIZE STYLED
           "THE PONNAMBALAM PILLAI SASHTIAPTAPOORTHY MEMORIAL PRIZE"
   1. The prize shall be styled "Sri N.M. Ponnambalam Pillai Sashtiaptapoorthy
memorial (M.Com.) prize."
     2. The endowment of Rs.1,000/- shall be invested as long term deposit with the
Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the highest rate of interest annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of a prize annually at
Convocation to a candidate who secures the highest percentage of marks in the M.Com.
Degree final examination.
     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
award at any time as it deems necessary.


86. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.500/- BY THE OLD STUDENT'S OF
           PROF. M.S. DURAISWAMI FOR THE INSTITUTION OF A PRIZE CALLED
      "THE PROFESSOR DURAISWAMI SHASTIABTAPURTHI COMMEMORATION PRIZE."
   1. The Prize shall be styled "The Professor Duraiswami Shastiabtapurthi
Commemoration Prize."
     2. The amount of endowment Rs.500/- (Rupees Five hundred only) shall be
invested as a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the
highest rate of interest annually.
     3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of a prize annually at
Convocation to the candidate who secures the highest marks (but not less than 55%) in
the Language Papers (Papers VII and VIII History of English Language and Old and
Middle English Texts), from among the candidates who have passed the entire
examination in the first attempt in the M.A. degree final examination (English).
     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate shall have Power to revise the terms and conditions of the award
at any time as it deems necessary.


           87. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.516/- By
 SHRI D. SURYANARAYANA, PROFESSOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY
      FOR THE INSTITUTION OF A PRIZE CALLED "THE.DARBHA SUBBAMMA PRIZE."
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Darbha Subbamma Prize."
     2. The amount of endowment of Rs-516/- (Rupees five hundred and sixteen only)
shall be invested as a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing
the highest rate of interest annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of prize annually at
Convocation to the candidate whose Research, Thesis in M.E. Geo-technical
Engineering is adjudged the best by the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Post-
Graduate Professor in Civil Engineering.
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     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate shall have power to revise the terms and conditions of the award
at any time as it deems necessary.


            88. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.516/- BY
  SHRI D. SURYANARAYANA, PROFESSOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY
       FOR THE INSTITUTION OF A PRIZE CALLED "THE SESHAYYA RAMADAS PRIZE."
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Darbha Seshayya Ramadas Prize."
     2. The amount of endowment of Rs.516/- (Rupees five hundred and sixteen only)
shall be invested as a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing
the highest rate of interest annually.
      3. The interest deemed shall be utilised for the award of a prize annually at
Convocation to the candidate whose Research Thesis in M.E. Structural Engineering is
adjudged the best by the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Post-Graduate Professor in
Civil Engineering.
     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate shall have power to revise the terms and conditions of the award
at any time as it deems necessary.


         89. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AN ENDOWMENT MADE BY DR T.S. RAGHAVAN
     1. The prize shall be styled "The T.S. Raghavan Botany prize.
    2. The endowment of Rs.500/- (five hundred only) shall be invested as long term
deposit with the Indian Bank,Annamalainagar securing the highest rate of interest
annually.
      3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of a prize annually at
Convocation to the best out going M.Sc. student of Botany who passed the Examination
at his first appearance in the first class with first rank.
     4. In the event of the prize not being awarded any year the interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
award at any time as it deems necessary.


                        90. THE PROFESSOR R.V. SESHAIYA PRIZE
     The endowment was founded by the teaching staff and old students of the
Department of Marine Biology, Annamalai University in January 1972 to perpetuate the
memory of Prof.R.V. Seshaiya, former Director of the Marine Biological Station, Porto
Novo. The endowment consists of Rs.3,000/- to be invested in fixed deposit in the
Indian Bank, Annamlainagar, the interest which is to be utilised for the award of a prize
in the form Of gold Medal annually Under the following conditions:
      1. The prize shall be styled ".The Professor R.V. Seshaiya prize."
     2. The gold medal shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the
candidate who among those qualifying for the Ph.D. Degree in the Marine Biology
72                               LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                           [CHAP.



Department of this University as adjudged to have submitted the best thesis by a
committee consisting of the Dean, Faculty of Science the Director, CAS Marine Biology
and the Head of the Department of Zoology.
     3. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unexpended interest may be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.


             91. THE CHIDAMBARAM DR. K. RANGASWAMI PILLAI'S MEDICAL
                          SERVICE SILVER JUBILEE PRIZE
    The endowment was founded by the "Chidambaram Dr. K. Rangaswami Pillai's
Medical Services Silver Jubilee Committee", Chidambaram in July 1972 and it consists
of Rs. 1,000/- to be invested as a long term fixed deposit in the Indian Bank,
Annamlainagar, the interest on which is to be utilised for the award of a prize annually
under the following conditions:
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Chidambaram Dr. K. Rangaswami Pillai's Medical
Service Silver Jubilee prize."
     2. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to the candidate who
passes the M.Sc. Zoology Degree Examination of this University, in the first attempt
securing the highest percentage of marks.
     3. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unexpended interest may be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.


      92. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE AWARD OF THE PRIZE IN RESPECT OF AN
             ENDOWMENT OF RS.1000/- BY THIRUMATHI R. RAJARATHINAM
      The endowment was founded by Thirumathi R. Rajarathinam a former student of
the Annamalai University, and it consists of Rs. 1,000/- to be invested as a long term
fixed deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamlainagar, the interest on which is to be utilised
for the award of a prize annually under the following conditions:
    1. The prize shall be styled "T'he Thirumathi Ranganayaki Ammal Rajarathinam
Tamil Prize."
     2. The prize shall be awarded annually at Convocation to the candidate whose
mother tongue is Telugu and who passes M.A. Tamil examinations in the first attempt
securing the highest marks among such Telugu candidates appeared along with him/her.
     3. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unexpended interest may be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.
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         93. DR. NAVALAR NEDUNCHEZHIYAN GOLDEN JUBILEE ENDOWMENT PRIZES
     This endowment was founded in June 1973 by Dr. Navalar Nedunchezhiyan
Educational Trust, Madras, in commemoration of Dr. Navalar Nedunchezhiyan's
completion of glorious 50 years. It consists of Rs.5,000/- for the award of 5 prizes as
specified below, in the name of Dr. Navalar Nedunchezhiyan, a great Tamil scholar and
orator of repute, a renowned social reformer and presently Minister for Education and
Local Administration of the Government of Tamil Nadu. The following are the terms of
award of the prizes:
1. Dr. Navalar V.R. Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee Endowment Science Essay Prize:
     1.The prize shall be styled as Dr. Navalar Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee
Endowment Science Essay Prize.
     2. The endowment for the prize shall consist of Rs. 1,000/- invested in
Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest of which is to be utilised for the
award of the prize.
    3. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to a student of the
Degree/Post-Graduate class who writes the best critical essay in Tamil on a topic to be
announced three months in advance relating to any science subject of current interest.
     4. The prize shall be in the form of books.
     5. If in any year, the prize is not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the terms of the award consistent with the intentions of the Trust, as
circumstances may render desirable.
2. Dr. Navalar V.R. Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee Endowment Arignar Anna's Political
Philosophy Prize
     1. The Prize shall be styled as "Dr. Navalar Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee
Endowment Arignar Anna's Political Philosophy Prize."
     2. The endowment for the prize shall consist of Rs. 1,000/- invested in
Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest of which is to be utilised for the
award of the prize.
     3. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to a student of the
post-graduate degree class who writes the best thesis in Tamil or any aspect of Arignar
Anna's Political Philosophy to be specifically announced three months in advance.
     4. The prize shall be awarded in the form of books.
     5. If in any year, the prize is not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms of the award consistent with the intentions of the Trust, as
circumstances may render desirable.
3. Dr. Navalar V.R. Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee Endowment Science Elocution Prize:
     1. The prize shall be styled as "Dr. Navalay Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee
Endowment Science Elocution Prize"
     2. The endowment for the prize shall consist of Rs.1,000/- invested in.Nationalised
Bank securing the highest rate of interest of which is to be utilised for the award of the
prize.
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      3. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to a student at an
elocution competition in Tamil relating to any scientific subject of topical importance
and who shows the highest proficiency in oratory. A contest shall be held annually for
this purpose.
     4. The prize shall be awarded in the form of books.
     5. If in any year, the prize is not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms of the award consistent with the intentions of the Trust, as
circumstances may render desirable.
4. Dr. Navalar V.R. Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee Endowment Tamil Literary History Prize:
      1. The prize shall be styled as "Dr. Navalar Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee
Endowment Tamil Literary History Prize."
     2. The endowment for the prize shall consist of Rs. 1,000/- invested in
Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest of which is to be utilised for the
award of the prize.
    3. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to a student of the
Degree/Post-Graduate degree class who writes the best critical essay in Tamil on topic
announced every year touching any aspect of History of Tamil Literature.
     4. The prize shall be awarded in the form of books.
     5. If in any year, the prize be not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms of the award consistent with the intentions of the Trust as
circumstances may render desirable.
5. Dr. Navalar V.R. Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee Endowment Poet BharathiDasan Prize.
      1. The prize shall be styled as "Dr. Navalar Nedunchezhiyan Golden Jubilee Poet
Bharathi Dasan Prize."
     2. The endowment for the prize shall consist of Rs. 1,000/- invested in
Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest of which is to be utilised for the
award of the prize.
     3. The prize shall be awarded annually on the Founder's Day to a student of the
Degree/Post-Graduate degree class who writes the best critical essay in Tamil on a
topic to be announced three months in advance every year relating to Bharathi Dasan's
poetical and other literary works.
     4. The prize shall be awarded in the form of books.
     5. If in any year, the prize is not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms of the award consistent with the intentions of the Trust, as
circumstances may render desirable.
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    94. ENDOWMENT BY PADMA BHUSHAN DR. RAJAH SIR M.A. MUTHIAH CHETTIAR OF
        CHETTINAD IN HONOUR OF THE VISITS OF THE DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS
  THIRU T.M. NARAYANASWAMI PILLAI, THIRU KARUMUTHU THIAGARAJAN CHETTIAR AND
   DR. RADHA THIAGARAJAN ON THE OCCASION OF THE FOUNDER'S DAY ON 30.9.1973
    1. This endowment consists of Rs.1,500/- invested in the Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar, as long term deposit securing the highest rate of interest annually.
     2. The annual interest accrued shall be divided equally and utilized for the award
of the following prizes annually on the Convocation Day according to the conditions laid
down under each prize.
     3. In the event of the prize/prizes not being awarded in any year, the unexpended
interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
award as circumstances may render desirable.
1. Thiru T.M. Narayanaswamy Pillai Chemical Engineering Prize
    1. The prize shall be styled "Thiru T.M. Narayanaswami Pillai M.E. (Chemical)
Engineering Prize."
     2. The prize in the form of books shall be awarded to student who among the
candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest percentage of marks in the
M.E. (Chemical) degree examination, having passed all parts at the first appearance.
      3. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured at least 60% of the
total marks of all the examinations put together and not less than 55% of the marks in
each of the subjects.
2. Thiru Karumuthu Thiagarajan Linguistics Prize
     1. The prize shall be styled as "Thiru Karumuthu Thiagarajan M.A. (Linguistics)
Prize."
     2. The prize, in the form of books, shall be awarded to the student who among the
candidates qualifying for the degree secures the highest percentage of marks in the M.A.
degree examinations in Linguistics, having passed all parts at the first appearance.
      3. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured at least 60% of the
total marks of all the examinations put together.
3. Dr. Radha Thiagarajan Philosophy Prize
     1. The prize shall be styled as “Dr.Radha Thiagarajan Chettiar M.A. (Philospphy)
Prize."
     2. The prize, in the form of books, shall be awarded to student who among the
candidates qualifying for the P.G.degree, secures the highest percentage of marks in
M.A.(Philosophy) degree examination having passed all papers at the first appearance.
    3. To be eligible for the award a candidate should have secured atleast 55% of
marks.
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                       95. THE PROFESSOR V.BALIAH ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment was founded in October, 1973 by the Professor V.Baliah
Endowment Committee in Commemoration of Professor V.Baliah’s significant
contributions to Chemistry and his completion of 25 years of distinguished service, in
the Annamalai University. Contributions were received from his students, colleagues
friends and his family. The Endowment consists of Rs.55,000/- invested in the Indian
Bank, Annamalainagar as long term deposit securing the highest rate of interest
annually.
     The annual interest accrued shall be divided and utilized for the award of medals,
prizes, scholarships, travel grants and lectureship as detailed below.
      In the event of the amount of not being utilized in any year for the purpose
allotted, the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
      The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the award
as circumstances may render desirable.

Conditions of Award:
1. The Professor V.Baliah M.Sc.(Chemistry) Gold Medal
     The Gold Medal/Books shall be awarded annually at Convocation to a candidate
passing M.Sc. Bio-Chemistry examination securing the highest percentage of marks.

2. The Professor V.Baliah M.Sc.Gold Medal Value Rs.400
     The Gold Medal/Books shall be awarded annually at Convocation to a candidate
passing M.Sc. Chemistry examination and secures the first rank in M.Sc. Chemistry
having passed all papers at the first appearance.

3. The Professor V.Baliah First M.Sc.Chemistry Scholarship Value Rs.1000/-
     The Scholarship shall be awarded annually to a student of the I Year M.Sc.
Chemistry of this University who secures the highest number of marks out of a total of
100 on the following basis, having passed all the examinations at the first appearance:
     20% of the percentage of marks in S.S.L.C. or equivalent examination.
     30% of the percentage of marks in the Pre-University or equivalent examination.
     50% of the percentage of marks in the B.Sc.Chemistry examination (Main &
Ancillary put together)
     If such a candidate secures any other scholarship and declines this offer, then the
scholarship shall be awarded to the next best candidate available.

4. The Professor V.Baliah Second Year M.Sc. Chemistry Scholarship – Value Rs.1000/-
     The Scholarship shall be awarded annually to a student who was awarded the
Professor V.Baliah First Year M.Sc.Chemistry scholarship under item 3 above provided
he secures the first class marks in M.Sc. Chemistry Part I examination at the first
appearance.
     In the event of the first year awardee not qualifying for Second Year award then
the scholarship shall be awarded to a student of the II Year M.Sc. Chemistry of this
University who secures the highest marks 'Out of total of 150 on the following basis:-
     20% of the percentage of marks in the S.S.L.C.. or equivalent Examination.
     30% of the percentage of marks in the Pre-University or equivalent examination.
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     50% of the percentage of marks in the B.Sc. Chemistry examination (Main &
Ancillary put together)
     50% of the percentage of marks in the M.Sc. Chemistry Part I examination.
     If such a candidate secures any other scholarship and declines this offer then the
scholarship shall be awarded to the next best candidate available.
5. The Professor V. Baliah Conference Travel Grant -Value Rs.500/-
     The travel grant shall be awarded annually to lecturers and Research Scholars in
the Department of Chemistry selected by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of
the Head of the Department of Chemistry to attend Conferences, Seminars and
Symposia.
6. The Professor V. Baliah Endowment Lectures Value Rs.1,500
     A course of lectures not less than three shall be delivered once in three years in
the University. The first lecture shall he delivered in 1977. The lecturer shall be
appointed by the Vice - Chancellor of the University on the recommendation of the Head
of the Department of Chemistry. A sum of Rs. 1,200/- shall be paid to the lecturer as
honorarium (inclusive of all expenses).
      The lectures shall be printed and published in book form by the University for
which purpose a sum of Rs.300/- may be allotted and the copies may be distributed
free of cost to institutions/ individuals, recommended by the Head of the Department of
Chemistry.


           96. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.1,000/- BY
         SRIMATHI R. NAMAGIRI, ST. GEORGE'S SCHOOL SHENOYNAGAR, MADRAS,
                FOR THE INSTITUTION OF THE PRIZE CALLED"THE MR. AND
                MRS. S.R VENKATARAMA IYER ENGLISH ELOCUTION PRIZE."
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Mr. and Mrs. S.R. Venkatarama Iyer English
Elocution Prize.”
     2. The amount of endowment of RS.1000/- (One thousand only) shall be invested
in long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the highest rate of
interest annually.
      3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of a prize annually on the
Founder' day to a Post Graduate student of any subject who, shows the highest
proficiency in Public speaking in English at a contest to be held for the purpose. The
prize shall be in the form of books.
    4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.
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  97. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENDOWMENT OF Rs.5,000/- BY THIRU P. PALANIKUMAR
   FOR THE INSTITUTION OF THE PRIZE IN THE NAME OF PROFESSOR N. P. PALANIAPPAN
     1. The prize shall be styled "the Professor N.P. Palaniappan Memorial Gold Medal."
     2. The endowment of Rs.5,000/- (Rupees Five thousand only) shall be invested as
a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the highest rate of
interest available annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilized for the award Of a Gold Medal annually at
Convocation Day to the student who Secures the highest mark in all the four Year's
examinations of B.E. (Chemical) having completed the course and passed the
examinations in four years.
    4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.


              98. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENDOWMENT OF Rs.1001/- BY
         PROF. D. SURYANARAYANA, FORMER PROFESSOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING,
           ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY FOR THE INSTITUTION OF A PRIZE CALLED
      "PROF. DARBA SURYANARAYANA AND SRIMATHI DARBA SUBBALAKSHMI PRIZE.”
    1. The prize shall be styled "The Prof. Darba Suryanarayana & Srimathi Darba
Subbalakshmi Prize."
     2. The amount of endowment of RS.1001/- (One thousand and one only) shall be
invested as a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar, securing the
highest rate of interest available annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the         award of a prize annually at
Convocation Day to the student who writes the                 best project thesis in Civil
Engineering/Town Planning having passed all his               subjects in the Final Year
Examination in the first attempt. The prize will be in the   form of books.
    4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.


                99. THE PROFESSOR N.P. PALANIAPPAN ELOCUTION PRIZE
     Terms and conditions of Endowment of Rs.2000/- (Rupees Two thousand only) by
the President, Annamalai University Tech. Alumini Association for the institution of a
Prize in the name of Professor N.P. Palaniappan.
     1. The prize shall be styled "The Professor N.P. Palaniappan Elocution Prize".
     2. The amount of endowment of Rs.2,000/- shall be invested as a long term
deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar, securing the highest rate of interest
available annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilized for the award of two prizes annually on the
Founder's Day (i) adjudged the best speaker in English on a topic in Chemical
Engineering at a contest held for that purpose and (ii) to a student who is adjudged the
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best speaker in Tamil on a topic of scientific interest at a contest held for the purpose.
The prizes to be in the form of books.
    4. In the event of the prizes not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at the time as it deems necessary.


                       100. THE PROFESSOR R.V. SESHAIYA PRIZES
     Terms and conditions of Endowment of Rs.2,100/- (Rupees Two thousand and one
hundred only) by the old students of Prof. R.V. Seshaiya for the institution of prizes in
the name of Prof. R.V. Seshaiya.
      1. The prizes shall be styled (i) Prof.R.V.Seshaiya Memorial Elocution competition
(Biology) Prize (ii) The Prof. R.V. Seshaiya Memorial Zoology gold medal prize.
    2. The amount of endowment of Rs.2,100/- (Rupees Two thousand and one
hundred only) shall be invested as a long term deposit in the Indian Bank,
Annamalainagar securing the highest rate of interest annually
      3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of two prizes annually one
on the Founder's Day to a P.G. student who is adjudged the best speaker on a subject
of biological interest at a competition held for the purpose and another at Convocation
to the student who passes M.Sc. Zoology degree examination and secures the first rank.
The prize shall be in the form of books.
    4. In the event of the prizes not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.

                    101. THE PROFESSOR V. GANAPATHY AIYAR PRIZES
     Terms and conditions of the Endowment of Rs.2,000/- (Rs.Two thousand only) by
the Professor V. Ganapathy Aiyar Endowment Committee for the institution of a prize in
the name of Professor V. Ganapathy Aiyer.
     1. The prize shall be styled The Professor V. Ganapathy Aiyer medals.
     2. The amount of endowment of Rs.2,000/- (Rupees Two thousand only) shall be
invested as a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the
highest rate of interest annually.
      3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of two prizes in the form of
books annually (i) one on the Founder's Day to the candidate who a among the successful
candidate of the I M.Sc. (Maths) secures the highest percentage of marks having passed
all subject at the first appearance and (ii) another prize at Convocation to the candidate
who among the candidates qualifying for the degree in the first attempt secures the
highest percentage of marks in M.Sc., (Maths) degree examination (final year).
    4. In the event of the prizes not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the Power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.
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                   102. THE PROFESSOR R.V. SESHAIYA GOLD MEDAL
      Terms and conditions of the Endowment of Rs.5,000/- (Rs.2,500/- by Dr. Miss. M.
Uma, Reader in Chemistry, Annamalai University and Rs.2,500/- by Dr. Mrs. M.
Kalyani, Research Associate, Marine Biological Station, Annamalai University) for the
institution of a medal, in memory of their uncle, Prof. R.V. Seshaiya, to be called "The
Prof R.V. Seshaiya Gold Medal".
     1. The medal shall be styled "Prof R. V. Seshaiya Gold Medal."
     2. The amount of endowment of Rs.5,000/- (Rupees five thousand) shall be
invested as a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the
highest rate of interest annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of a Gold Medal annually at
Convocation, to the candidate who secures, the highest percentage of marks in
M.Sc. Zoology Examination having passed all papers at his first appearance.
    4. In the event of the medal not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.


                         103. THE SRIMATHI R. KAMAKSHI PRIZE
      Terms and conditions of the Endowment of Rs.1,000/- (Rs.500/- by Dr. Miss. M.
Uma, Reader in Chemistry, Annamalai University and Rs.500/- by Dr. Mrs. M. Kalyani,
Research Associate, Marine Biological Station, Annamalai University) for the institution
of a prize, in memory of their grand mother Srimati R. Kamakshi, to be called "The Smt.
R. Kamakshi Prize."
     1. The prize shall be styled "Smt R. Kamakshi Prize."
     2. The amount of endowment of Rs.1,000/- (Rupees One thousand) shall be
invested as a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the
highest rate of interest annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of a prize annually on the
Founder's Day to a girl student who secures the highest percentage of marks in
D.Pharm having passed all parts at her first appearance.
    4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.


                         104. THE THIRU S. RAMANUJAM PRIZE
     Terms and conditions of Endowment of Rs. 1,000/- by the Ramanujam
Endowment Committee, Annamalainagar for the institution of prize in memory of late
Thiru S. Ramanujam, Lecturer in Tamil, Annamalai University to be called "Thiru S.
Ramanujam Prize."
     1. The prize shall be styled "Thiru S. Ramanujam Prize."
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     2. The amount of endowment of Rs.1,000/- (Rupees One thousand) shall be
invested as a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the
highest rate of interest annually.
    3. The interest secured shall be utilized for the award of a prize, annually at
Convocation to the M.Ed. student, who secures the first place in an essay competition
in Tamil on a topic "On the aspects of Educational Reform pertaining to Tamil
Teaching."
    4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.


                 105. THE AUGUSTINE MARIADAS PILLAI SCHOLARSHIP
     1. The Endowment donated by the Government of India for the promotion of
greater understanding between the people of North and South India shall be called “The
Augustine Mariadas Pillai Scholarship.” It consists of Rs.10,000/-
    2. The fund shall be invested as long term deposit at the State Bank of India
capable of earning not less than 5% interest per annum.
     3. The interest accrued shall be utilized for the award annually of four
scholarships of the value of Rs.125/- each to students who pursue the Certificate or
Diploma Courses in North Indian Languages other than Hindi. The best four among the
candidates pursuing the course shall be chosen by the Vice-Chancellor.
    4. If in any year the scholarships is not awarded the unexpended interest shall be
added to corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.


  106. HIS HOLINESS SRILASRI KASIVASI SWAMINATHA THAMBIRAN SWAMINGAL AVERGAL
                                   SCHOLARSHIP
      This endowment was founded by Dr.Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad,
Kt., L.L.D., D.Litt., in grateful appreciation of the services of His Holiness Srilasri
Kasivasi Swaminatha Thambiran Swamigal of Tiruppanandal for the cause of Tamil
literature, Grammar and Music by donating already nearly two lakhs of rupees to the
course of Tamil learning and Music at the Annamalai University and making other
endowments to the Madras University and other educational institutions.
     The endowment consists of Rs.3,000/- invested in a Nationalised Bank, securing
the highest rate of interest which should be utilized for a scholarship awardable to a
student taking up Isaimamani Tevara Tirumurai Course of the University as an
incentive.
    1. The Scholarship shall be styled 'His Holiness Srilasri Kasivasi Swaminatha
Thambiran Swamigal Scholarship'.
     2. It shall be competent to the Syndicate to award the scholarship to the poor
deserving student of the First Year Isaimamani Course as recommended by the Head of
the Department.
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     3. The scholarship shall be tenable for a period of one year.
    4. The amount of Scholarship shall be Rs.285/- after reducing the tied donation of
5% payable in one installment
     5. The student continuing to show satisfactory progress, in the scholarship may
continue for the subsequent years of his course in Isaimamani. In the year in which
the scholarship is to be continued in the subsequent years of his Isaimamani course.
     6. It shall be competent to the Vice-Chancellor to declare that the holder of any
scholarship has forefeited it for misconduct, irregular attendance or unsatisfactory
progress in studies. The decision of the Vice-Chancellor shall be final.
    7. The holder of the Scholarship may be entitled to other stipends either from the
funds of the Univeristy or from special funds for the purpose of Music or Tamil studies.
     8. If in any year scholarship be forfeited under 6 above, the amount available may
be uilised for awarding a scholarship in the first or second year class of the Sangita
Bhushana Tevara course on the same conditions.
     9. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the first or second
year class of the Sangita Bhushana Tevara course on the conditions of award as
circumstances may render desirable from time to time, provided such changes are
consistent with the objects of the donor.


                      107. THE GOSCHEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
    1. This endowment was founded by the subscribers to the Goschen Memorial
Fund and was accepted by the Syndicate on the 26th April, 1930.
     2. The endowment consists of Rs.4000/- invested in Nationalised Bank/Scheduled
Bank, the interest on which is to provide for a scholarship awarded each year to a
student studying in this University for the M.A. degree examination taking branch IV
(Economics) as his optional subject, under the following conditions.
     3. The scholarship shall be called the Goschen Memorial Scholarship.
     4. The Scholarship shall be tenable for a period of two years. The amount of the
scholarship shall be about Rs.400/- per annum payable in monthly installment at the
end of each month in the academic year.
     It shall be competent to the Vice-Chancellor to declare that the holder of any
scholarship has forefeited it for misconduct, irregular attendance, or unsatisfactory
progress in his studies. The decision of the Vice-Chancellor shall be final.
      If in any year the scholarship be not awarded, or after having been awarded it is
forfeited, the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the Fund.
     The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the conditions of
award as circumstances may render desirable, and as it may deem best adopted, from
time to time, to carry out the intention of the Founder.
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                  108. THE SUBRAHMANYAM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
    This endowment was founded by M.R. Ry. A. Ramanatha Ayyar Avl., B.A., B.L.,
Subordinate Judge, in memory of his son late R. Subramanyam, a student of the
University during the years 1929-31.
     The endowment consists of Rs-1,200/- invested in Nationalised Bank securing the
highest rate of interest for a scholarship awarded annually to a student studying in the
University for M.A. Applied Economics degree examination under the following
conditions:
     1. The scholarship shall be styled “The Subramanyam Memorial Scholarship."
     2. It shall be competent to the Syndicate to award the scholarship to the poor
deserving student of senior M.A. Applied Economics students who stands highest in all
the class examinations of Junior M.A. Applied Economics.
     3. The amount of the Scholarship shall be Rs.100/-payable annually.
     4. It shall be competent to the Vice-Chancellor to declare that the holder of any
scholarship has forfeited it for misconduct, irregular attendance or unsatisfactory
progress in his studies.
     5. The decision of the Vice-Chancellor shall be final.
      If in any year the Scholarship be not awarded or after having been awarded it is
forfeited, the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the conditions of
the award as circumstances may render desirable from time to time consistent with the
object of the donor.


                        109. THE THIAKESAR TRUST SCHOLARSHIP
      This endowment was founded by Mr. Karumuthu Thiagarajan, Trustee Thiakesar
Trust, Ramnad and it consists of Rs.5,000/- invested in a Nationalised Bank securing
the highest rate of interest, which is to be utilized for the award of a scholarship under
the following conditions:
     1. The scholarship shall be styled "The Thiakesar Trust Scholarship."
     2. The Scholarship shall be of the annual value of Rs.400/- to the poor deserving
student of M.A. Tamil examination of the University.
     3. The Scholarship shall be tenable for a period of two consecutive academic years
and the amount of the Scholarship shall be paid in three installments one at the end of
each term, September, December and March of the academic year.
     4. It shall be competent to the Vice-Chancellor to declare that the holder of any
Scholarship has forfeited it for misconduct, irregular attendance or unsatisfactory
progress in his studies. The decision of the Vice-Chancellor shall be final.
      5. If in any year the scholarship be not awarded, or after having been awarded it is
forfeited, the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the conditions of
award as circumstances may render desirable and as it may deem best adopted from
time to time, to carry out the intentions of the donor.
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        110. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.3,000/- BY
THIRUMATHI.D.SIVAYOGAVALLI, (GRAND-DAUGHTER OF THIRU Vi.Ka) FOR THE INSTITUTION
                     OF A PRIZE IN THE NAME OF THIRU Vi.Ka.
     1. The prize shall be styled as “Thiru Vi.Ka.Tamil Scholar Prize.”
    2. The amount of endowment of Rs.3,000/- shall be invested as a long term
deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalai Nagar securing the highest rate of interest
annually.
     3. (a) Thiru Vi.Ka.M.A.(Tamil) Book award of Rs.1,000/- the interest that accrued
shall be spent on purchase of text books for M.A. Tamil Students. The Text books shall
be presented to poor deserving students on the recommendations of the Professor and
Head of the Department of Tamil. This amount shall be made available early in the
academic year so that the students may benefit by the endowment.
       (b) Thiru Vi.Ka. Tamil Essay Competition Prize:- Rs.1,000/-. The interest that
accrues is to be utilized towards prizes in the form of books.
     Two prizes I and II shall be awarded to the best essays in Tamil on topics based on
the books written by Thiru Vi. Ka. The Competition shall be open to all the students of
the University.
        (c) Thiru Vi.Ka. Tamil Prize for M.A. Tamil Rs.1,000/- The interest thereon shall
be utilized for the award of prizes in form of books to the student who secures the first
rank in the M.A. Tamil final examination.
     4. If two boys get the same marks, the prize will be shared equally between them.
     5. A certificate also may be given to the prize winner along with the prize.
    The interest accrued shall be utilized for the award of prizes annually at
Convocation.
     6. In the event of prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    7. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.

           111. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENDOWMENT OF Rs.2,000/- BY
MRS. SANTHA BALACHANDRAN, WIFE OF LATE MR. T. BALACHANDRAN, FORMER READER IN
                 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY.
     1. The prize shall be styled "Professor T. Balachandran Memorial Gold Medal."
     2. The endowment of Rs.2,000/- (Rupees Two thousand only) shall be invested as
a long term deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalainagar (or any Nationalized Bank at
Chidambaram) securing the highest rate of interest available annually.
     3. The interest accrued shall be utilized for the award of a gold plated Silver medal
at the time of Convocation with the name of the student and the endowment duly
inscribed to the student who secures the highest marks in the aggregate in all the
Semester Examinations of I to IV year B.E.(Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Branch) having completed the B.E. degree in 4 years and passed all the examinations in
one attempt.
    4. In the event of the prize being not awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.
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          112. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.1,000/- BY
     THE PROF.K.VENKATESWARLU’S SIXTIETH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION COMMITTEE,
              POONA-7 FOR THE INSTITUTION OF A PRIZE IN THE NAME OF
                 PROF.VENKATESWARLU’S SHASTIABTAPURTHI PRIZE.”
     1. The prize shall be styled as the “Professor K.Venkateswarlu’s Shastiabtapurthi
Prize.”
     2. The amount of endowment of Rs.1,000/- shall be invested as long term deposit
in the Indian Bank, Annamalai Nagar securing the highest rate of interest annually.
     3. The prize in the form of medal/books/money shall be awarded to the student
who secures the highest percentage of marks in the M.Sc. degree final examination in
Physics having passed all the subjects at the first appearance.
    4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.


                113. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.1,000/- BY
              THIRU K.VELLAIVARANAN, READER IN TAMIL,ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY FOR
                THE INSTITUTION OF A PRIZE IN THE NAME OF SWAMI VIPULANANDA,
                      FORMER PROFESSOR OF TAMIL, ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY.
     1. The prize shall be styled as “Swami Vipulananda Muttamizh Prize.”
    2. The amount of endowment of Rs. 1,000/- shall be invested as a long term
deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalai Nagar securing the highest rate of interest
annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of a prize in the form of
books to a student of University who produces the best thesis on Swami Vipulananda's
works and the critical works written by others about his works.
     The following are the work of Swami Vipulananda:

         1.     ahH; Ehy;
         2.     tpg[yhde;j bts;sk;
         3.     gjÅ;f Nshkdp
         4.     Rthkp tpntfhde;jh rk;gh\izfs; bkhHp bgah;g;g[
         5.     gpug[j;j ghjk; (MÅ;fpyf; fl;Liufs;)
         6.     jkpH;f; fl;Liufs;
         7.     ftpijfs;
         8.     tpg[yhde;jj; njd;
    4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.
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           114. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs. 1,000/- BY
      THE ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION,
     MADRAS FOR THE INSTITUTION OF A PRIZE ENTITLED "THE ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY
                ENGINEERING - TECHNOLOGY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRIZE."
    1. The prize shall be styled as "The Annamalai University Engineering - Technology
Alumni Association Prize."
    2. The amount of endowment of Rs. 1,000/- shall be invested as a long term
deposit in the Indian Bank, Annamalai Nagar securing the highest rate of interest
annually.
     3. The modal shall be awarded at Convocation to an outgoing under-graduate in
the Faculty of Engineering and Technology taking into account his Academic, Sports,
NCC, Social Literary and other leadership attainments on the recommendation of the
committee consisting of the Dean and all the Professors in the Faculty of Engineering
and Technology.
     4. In the event of prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.


     115. ENDOWMENT MADE BY THIRU B.T. SAMPATH, SENATE MEMBER IN MEMORY OF
                     HIS FATHER THIRU B.T. SESHADRIACHARIAR
   This Endowment of Rs.3,000/- was founded by Thiru B.T. Sampath Senate
Member, Annamalai University in memory of his father Thiru B.T. Seshadriachariar.
      1. The Endowment shall be named "Thiru B.T. Seshadriachariar Endowment.
     2. The Endowment consists of Rs.3,000/-. The amount shall be invested as long
term deposit in the Co-operative bank securing the highest rate of interest annually.
      3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of prizes:
       i. One to the beat study of any aspect of the interaction of Dravidian Languages
and Sanskrit. Every year a particular topic will be chosen by the University and this can
be done by the University consulting the Sanskrit and Linguistics Department.
       ii. The second to the best study of any aspect of the contribution of South Indian
Scholars from the 9th to the 17th century (A.D) to Sanskrit Literature both Secular and
Religious. Every year a particular topic will be chosen by the University and this can be
done by the University consulting the Sanskrit Department. Each study should have
been resented in the form of a paper either in English or Tamil to the University.
     4. If in any year the prizes are not given the interest shall be added to the corpus
of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
award at any time as it deems necessary.
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                      116. THIRU A. NATARAJAN PRIZE ENDOWMENT
     This endowment of Rs.2,000/- was founded by the Staff Members and Research
Scholars of the Department of Chemistry Annamalai University in memory of late Thiru
A. Natarajan, Research Scholar in Chemistry.
     1. The Prize shall be styled as "Thiru A.Natarajan Medal."
    2. The amount shall be invested as long term deposit at the State Co-operative
Bank, securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest shall be utilized for the award of gold plated silver medal annually
at Convocation to the student who gets a I Class and secures the highest percentage of
marks in all   the theory and practical examinations in Organic Chemistry in the M.Sc.
degree examination in Chemistry.
    4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year, the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
award at any time as it deems necessary.

          117. TAMIL KADAL ROYA CHOCKALINGAM LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment of Rs.10,000/- was founded by Thiru S.N.A.S.A. Annamalai
Chettiar, Banker, Karaikudi for delivering Tiruvasagam special Lectures in memory of
Tamil Kadal Roya Chockalingam.
     1. The Endowment shall be named "The Tamil Kadal Roya Chockalingam
lectureship Endowment."
     2. The Endowment consists of Rs.10,000/-. The amount shall be invested as long
term desposit in the Co-operative Bank securing the highest rate of interest annually.
     3. The interest accrued shall be utilized for a course of popular lectures in Tamil
on Tiruvasagam.
    4. Five lectures in Tiruvasagam in Tamil shall be delivered every year in the
Annamalai University.
    5. A single poet or author shall be selected every year and the lectures shall
expound in a popular way the excellence of his works.
     6. The lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice - Chancellor of the University either
by invitation or on application.
     7. A sum of Rs.500/- out of the interest from the endowment shall be paid to the
lecturer as honorarium.
    8. Three typed copies should be submitted by the Lecturer before the payment is
made.
     9. The lectures shall be printed and published in book form by the University every
year and sold at a cheap price.
    10. If in any year, a suitable lecturer is not available, the unspent interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     11. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may necessitate from the time to time in consonance with
the main purpose of the endowment.
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            118. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.25,000/- BY
     THIRU L. KANNAPPAN, VEEKEYEN STRUCTURALS, TIRUCHIRAPALLI FOR THE AWARD OF
         SCHOLARSHIP AND MEDALS STYLED “KALYAN SCHOLARSHIPS AND MEDALS."
    1. The scholarships and Medals shall be styled as "Kalyan Scholarships and
Medals."
      2. The amount of endowment of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as a long term
deposit in a Co-operative Bank. securing the highest rate of interest annually and
utilized for the award of three scholarships of Rs.500/- each and five medals of
Rs.200/- each as follows:
Scholarships:
       3. The Scholarships shall be awarded to
         i. One in II year B.E. Structural Engineering.
         ii. One in III year B.E. Structural Engineering.
         iii. One in IV year B.E. Structural Engineering.
     The student may be selected on merit by the Head of the Department of
Engineering and Professor of Structural Engineering together. Only candidates who
have secured I Class marks in the previous examinations and who have not secured
any other scholarship may be selected for the award. The award shall be continued to
the candidates previously selected, in the succeeding years also, provided he passes the
previous examination, obtaining not less than 60% in the aggregate.
       4. The medals shall be awarded at Convocation.
       i. To the student, who gets highest percentage of marks in aggregate in II, III and
IV year B.E. degree examinations in Structural Engineering.
      ii. To the student who gets the highest percentage of marks in B.E. degree
examinations in Civil Engineering.
        iii. To the student who gets the highest percentage of marks in the aggregate in
the I & 11 year M.E. degree examinations in Structural Engineering.
      iv. To the student who gets the highest percentage of marks in the aggregate in
the I & II year B.E. put together for M.E. Degree Examinations in Geo-technical
Engineering.
      v. To the student who gets the highest percentage of marks in aggregate for 4
years put together among the candidates in all the branches of B.E. degree
examinations.
     5. In the event of the Scholarships and Medals not being awarded in any year the
interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    6. The Syndicate shall have power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.
       7. The scheme will come into effect from 1978-79.
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            119. PROF. B. BAKTHAVATSALU NAIDU LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
                       (Syndicate Resolution No. 45, Dt. 25.04.1997)
     This endowment of Rs. 10,001/- was founded by the "Professor B. Bakthavatsalu
Naidu Felicitation Committee" for delivering special lectures in the field of Commerce,
Business and Industry in the name of Professor B. Bakthavatsalu Naidu, who served in
this University for nearly two decades as a part-time Professor of Income Tax and
Auditing.
    1. The Endowment shall be named "Professor B. Bakthavatsalu Naidu Lectureship
Endowment".
     2. The Endowment consists of Rs. 10,001/-. The amount shall be invested as long
term deposit in the Co-operative Bank securing the highest rate of interest annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for a course of lectures on Commerce,
Business and Industry.
     4. Three Lectures in Tamil or English on Commerce, Business and Industry shall
be delivered once in the two years in the Annamalai University.
     5. The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor of the University either
by invitation or on application.
     6. The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the office shall be
paid to the Lecturer as Honorarium inclusive of TA & DA. For payment, the total
amount may be rounded off by fifties of the available interest.
    7. Three typed copies should be submitted by the lecturer before the payment is
made.
    8. If in any year, a suitable lecturer is not available the unspent interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     9. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may necessitate from time to time in consonance with the
main purpose of the endowment.


                120. PROF. B. BAKTHAVATSALU NAIDU PRIZE ENDOWMENT
    This endowment of Rs. 1,001/- was founded by "the Professor B. Bakthavatsalu
Naidu Felicitation Committee" for the award Of prizes in the name of Professor B.
Bakthavatsalu Naidu.
     1. The prizes shall be styled as "Professor B. Bakthavatsalu Naidu Commerce
Prizes."
    2. The amount of endowment of Rs. 1001/- shall be invested as a long term
deposit in the Co-operative Bank securing the highest rate of interest annually.
    3. The interest accrued shall be utilised for the award of three prizes in the form of
books at Convocation.
     i. For the candidate who gets the highest marks in Management Accountancy in
M.Com.
     ii. For the candidate who gets the highest marks in Income Tax Practice in
M.Com. English Medium.
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      iii. For the candidate who gets the highest mark in Auditing in M.Com. Tamil
Medium.
    4. In the event of the prize not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.


               121. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT MADE BY
     DR. S. CHANDRASEKARAN, PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY, ANNAMALAI
           UNIVERSITY IN THE NAME OF THIRU S. SUBRAMANIA PILLAI OF VILAGAM
     This Endowment of Rs. 1000/- was founded by Dr. S. Chandrasekaran, Professor
of Agricultural Chemistry, Annamalai University for the award of two prizes of equal
value to the students of Agriculture in commemoration of his father's Eightieth Birth
Day.
     1. The Prizes shall be styled as "Thiru S. Subramania Pillai Eightieth Birth Day
Prize".
     2. The Endowment consists of Rs. 1000/-. The amount shall be invested as long
term deposit in a Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest annually.
     3. The interest shall be utilised for the award of Prizes (i) to the student who
secures the highest percentage of marks in the subjects of Plant Bio-Chemistry and
Chemistry of Crops in examination and (ii) to the student who secures the highest
percentage of marks in the subject of Chemistry of Manures, Fertilizers and Pesticides
in IV B examinations. The Prizes are to be awarded during the Founder's Day and
Convocation respectively in the form of books.
    4. In the event of the prizes not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
award at any time as it deems necessary.


           122. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.1500/- BY
THIRU. V. ANDURANGA RAO, PROFESSOR AND HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY,
     NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY AND CONVENER, "DR. V. BALIAH SHASTIAPTAPURTHI
            CELEBRATION COMMITTEE" FOR THE AWARD OF A MEDAL CALLED
                           "PROFESSOR V. BALIAH MEDAL."
      1. The Medal shall be styled as "Professor V. Baliah Medal."
    2. The amount of endowment of Rs. 1500/- shall be invested only on a long term
deposit in Indian Bank, Annamalainagar securing the highest rate of interest annually
and utilised for the award of medal to a student who secures the highest percentage of
marks among the candidates appeared for all the M.Sc. degree examination and having
passed in the first attempt at the examination every year.
    3. In the event of the medal not being awarded in any year the interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
endowment, at any time as it deems necessary.
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                      123. THIRU SORNAM PILLAI PRIZE ENDOWMENT
    Terms and conditions of the Endowment of Rs.3000/- by Justice Thiru B.S.
Somasundaram, Vice-Chancellor, Annamalai University for the award of prizes in the
name of his father Thiru Sornam Pillai.
     1. The prizes shall be styled "The Thiru Sornam Pillai Prizes."
     2. The endowment shall be invested in a Nationalised Bank securing the highest
rate of interest.
     3. The interest shall be utilised for the award of two prizes.
       i. The interest accrued on Rs.1000/- shall be utilised for the award of a prize at
Convocation in the form of books to a student who secures the highest percentage of
marks in B.Sc. Nursing I and II Year.
        ii. The interest accrued on Rs.2000/- shall be utilised for the award of a medal
at Convocation to the best outgoing student who secured the highest percentage of
marks in all the Semester examination of B.Sc. Nursing having passed all the papers at
the first appearance.
     4. If in any year the prize or prizes are not awarded the unexpended interest shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
     The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such changes
in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.


                 124. PROFESSOR S. SOMASUNDRA BHARATHIYAR PRIZE
    Terms and conditions of the Endowment of Rs.1000/- by Prof. K.Vellaivaranan,
Dean Faculty of Indian Languages, Annamalai University for the award of Prizes in
memory of 100th year of late professor S.Somasundra Bharathiyar former professor of
Tamil, Annamalai University
     1. The prizes shall be styled "The Professor S.Somasundara Bharathiyar Prizes."
    2. The endowment shall consist of Rs.1000/- invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
    3. The prize shall be awarded every year at Founder’s Day to a student of the M.A.
Tamil who writes the best essay at a written essary competition held for the purpose.
     4. If in any year the prize or prizes are not awarded the unexpended interest shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.


            125. DR. C.S. VENKATESWARAN SRIMAD VALMIKI RAMAYANA PRIZE
     Terms and conditions of the Endowment of Rs. 1000/- by the old students of
Dr.C.S.Venkateswaran, former professor and Head of the Department of Sanskrit,
Annamalai University for the institution of a prize in the name of Dr.
C.S.Venkateswaran.
   1. The prizes shall be styled "The Dr.C.S.Venkateswaran Srimad Valmiki
Ramayana Endowment Prize."
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     2. The endowment shall consist of Rs.1000/- invested in a Nationalised Bank
securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The prize shall be awarded on the Founder's Day to a student who stands first
(securing not less than 50%) at a written essay competition held for the purpose. The
participants shall be tested on the selected portions from Srimad Valmiki Ramayana.
   4. The selected portions will be found in the book "Selections from Valmiki
Ramayana with English Translation" available in the Department of Sanskrit.
     5. The competition shall be open to all bonafide students of the University.
     6. The prize shall be in the form of books.
     7. If in any year the prize is not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    8. The Syndicate shall have power to revise the terms an conditions of the
endowment at any time it deems necessary.


                    126. ADUR THIRU M. RATHINASABAPATHY PILLAI
                 PANNIRU THIRUMURAI SAIVA SIDDHANTA ENDOWMENT
    Endowment of Rs.25,000/- by the Adur Rathinasabapathi Pillai Natarajan Trust
and M/s. Rajalakshmi Service in the name of Thiru M. Rathinasabapathi Pillai of Adur.
     The object of the endowment are (i) to invite eminent scholars to deliver lectures
with a view to attract students in the study of Panniru Thirumurai and Saiva Siddhanta
Sastras, (ii) to award prizes to students and (iii) to publish books. The terms and
conditions of the endowments are as follows:
    1. The Endowment shall be styled "The Adur Thiru M. Rathinasabapathi Pillai
Panniru Thirumurai Saiva Siddhanta Endowment.
     2. The amount of Rs. 25,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised Bank securing
the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised for (i) arranging a course of
popular lectures in Tamil not less than three in number each year, (ii) for award of two
prizes (of not less than Rs.200/- each) one in Panniru Thirumurai and another in Saiva
Siddhanta Sastras, (iii) for publication of books of Panniru Thirumurai and Saiva
Siddhanta.
     4. The lecturers shall be appointed by the Vice - Chancellor.
    5. A sum of Rs.600/- out of the interest shall be paid to the lecturers as
honorarium.
     6. The lectures shall be printed and published in book form by the University and
sold at a cheap price.
    7. If in any year a suitable lecturer is not available, the unspent interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    8. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.
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   127. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF RS.3000/- BY THE PERIYAR
MANIAMMAI EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE SOCIETY, MADRAS FOR THE AWARD OF PRIZE
     1. The prizes shall be styled "The Thanthai Periyar Centenary Prize."
    2. The amount of endowment of Rs.3,000/- shall be invested as a long-term
deposit in a Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accrued every year shall be utilised annually for awarding a prize in
the form of books to a student of the S.C. or S.T. or B.C. of any of the Faculties of the
University for submitting the best essay on the Ideologies of Thanthai Periyar, one of the
greatest free thinkers of this World".
     4. If in any year the prize or prizes are not awarded the unexpended interest shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.


                       128. THE TAG CORPORATION MERIT AWARD
     Terms and conditions of the Endowment of Rs. 7000/- by M/s. Tag Corporation
Private Limited, Chrompet, Madras 44 for the award of each prize to the best outgoing
Mechanical Engineering - Student.
     1. The prizes shall be styled "The Tag Corporation Merit Award."
     2.   The   endowment     shall   consist   of    Ra.7000/-          invested   in   a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
    3. Seventy percent of the interest earned every year shall be utilised for the award
as cash prize to the student who has secured the first rank in the B.E. Degree
Examination in Mechanical Engineering having passed all his examinations of the B.E.
Degree course in the first attempt.
     4. The remaining thirty percent shall be added to the corpus of the fund. If in any
year the prize be not awarded the unspent interest shall be added to the corpus of the
fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.


                129. DR. K. RANGASWAMI PILLAI MANIVIZHA ENDOWMENT
     Endowment of Rs. 25,000/- by Dr. K. Rangaswamy Pillai Manivizha Trust.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled "The Dr. K. Rangaswamy Pillai Manivizha
Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs. 25,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled Bank
securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation amount.
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       ii. A sum of Rs. 950/- shall be utilised for awarding a medal to the best outgoing
B.D.S. student who secures the highest mark in the final B.D.S. examination in the
paper 'Oral Surgery' in the first attempt.
       iii. A series of two/three lectures shall be conducted for the benefit of students
and staff of Department of Medicine by inviting eminent persons in that field. The
lecturer for delivering the Endowment lectures shall be appointed by the Vice -
Chancellor on the recommendations of the Principal, Rajah Muthiah Medical College.
The Lecturer shall be paid an honorarium of Rs. 1000/- (Inclusive of TA/DA).
        iv. The balance amount of Rs. 425/- shall be earmarked for the purpose of
printing of the lectures 200/300 copies and distributed free of cost to the
Institutions/Government agencies as recommended by the Principal, Rajah Muthiah
Medical College.
     4. If in any year the prizes are not awarded or the lecture could not be conducted,
the unspent interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of award of the
endowment at any time as it deems necessary.


             130. PROFESSOR V.V. RAMANUJAM 61st BIRTHDAY ENDOWMENT
     Endowment of Rs. 5,000/- made by the Professor V.V. Ramanujam 61st Birth Day
Celebrations Committee, Madras.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled "The Professor V.V. Ramanujam 61st Birthday
Endowment Prize."
     2. The amount of Rs. 5,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised Bank securing
the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. Five percent of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund
being the tied donation amount.
        ii. A prize out of the balance of the interest amount shall be awarded annually to
the Best Student of the II M.Sc. (Chemistry) class as adjudged from the marks obtained
by him/her in the M.Sc. I year (Chemistry) Examinations in 'Inorganic Chemistry' (both
theory and practical marks put together). The prize shall be awarded in the form of
books or by cheque for the books purchased by the candidate for pursuing his studies
as certified by the Head of the Department of Chemistry.
     4. If in any year more than one candidate secures the same marks, the prize shall
be shared equally among the candidates meriting the award.
     5. The prize shall be awarded at the time of the Founder's Day Celebrations.
     6. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the Endowment at any
time as it deems necessary.
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                   131. ENDOWMENT OF JUSTICE B.S. SOMASUNDARAM
    Endowment of Rs.25,000/- by Dr. Justice B.S. Somasundaram, Former      Vice-
Chancellor, Annamalai University, in the name of "Dr. Justice B.S. Somasundaram
Endowment".
     1. The Endowment shall be styled "Dr. Justice B.S. Somasundaram Endowment."
     2. The amount of Rs. 25,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled Bank
securing the highest rate of interest ad decided by the University.
     3. Five percent (5%) of the income out of the Endowment shall be credited to the
University General Fund as per existing rules and the balance used for the award of the
scholarship.
       a) Scholarship shall be named Dr. Justice B.S. Somasundaram Endowment
Scholarship.
       Scholarship shall be annually awarded to the student applicant who has
secured not less than 60% marks in the B.Com. degree examination and got admitted
to the M.Com. Degree course in the University who is otherwise not eligible to any other
scholarship.
       A sum of Rs.750/- shall be given to the selected candidate annually. The
University may adjust the tuition and examination fees etc., to be paid by the selected
student against this amount and the balance shall be given to him in cash.
       The scholarship shall be renewed for the second year of his study depending on
his performance and good conduct in the first year of the course and as recommended
by the Head of the Department of Commerce.
       If no, candidate is available fulfilling the conditions prescribed above, there need
be no award and the amount shall be added to the corpus of the Endowment.
       The Head of the Department of Commerce, Dr. B.S.S. Ayyappan, the hereditary
Trustee of the Endowment and Dr. R. Muthukumaran, Life Member of the Senate of the
Annamalai University will be members of the committee to decide the selection of the
candidate for the award of the above scholarship. Their decision shall be taken through
correspondence. Should any difference of opinion arise among the members on the
choice of the candidate, the Vice-Chancellor shall be the final deciding authority.
     b) The Silver medal shall be named "Dr. Justice B.S. Somasundaram
Endowment Medal".
        A Silver medal of the value of Rs.500/- with inscription "Dr. Justice B.S.
Somasundaram Endowment Medal" shall be given annually to the candidate who gets
the highest marks in all the examinations of the B.Sc. (Agri.) course put together and
who finishes the course in the minimum time required. If in any year there is more than
one student scoring the same total of marks, the prize amount shall be shared by the
awardees in the shape of books. The above medal/books shall be presented at the time
of the Convocation.
        After meeting the above commitments, the balance of interest amount if any, in
a year shall be added to the corpus of the Endowment.
      4. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the award at any time
as it deems necessary.
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       132. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.5,000/- MADE BY
                       PROF. L.P. KR. RAMANATHAN CHETTIAR
    1. The Endowment shall be styled "Professor L.P. KR. Ramanathan Chettiar
Endowment."
     2. The amount of Rs.5,000/- shall be invested in a scheduled bank securing the
highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       (i) Five percent of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund
being the tied donation amount.
        (ii) Two prizes in the shapes of books out of the balance of the interest amount
shall be awarded annually and equally in the form of books to (a) one for the first rank
student in the final B.D.S. examination (b) the other also in the shape of books for the
first rank student in the B.Pharm final examination.
     4. If in any year more than one candidate secures the same marks, the prize shall
be shared equally among the candidates meriting the award.
    5. The prizes which shall be styled as "Professor L.P.KR. Ramanathan Chettiar
Endowment Prizes" shall be awarded at the time of the Founder's Day Celebrations.
    6. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may render desirable.


       133. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.25,111/- MADE BY
                             THIRU A.K. THAGA PILLAI.
     1. The Endowment shall be styled "Thiru A.K. Thaga Pillai Endowment."
      2. The amount of Rs.25,111/- shall be invested in Nationalised/scheduled Bank
as a long term deposit securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       (i) Five per cent of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund
being the tied donation amount.
       (ii) A sum of Rs. 500/- out of the interest shall be utilised for the award of a
prize called "Thiru A.K. Thaga Pillai Prize" for a student who secures the first rank in
the M.B.A. Degree Examination every year.
        (iii) The balance of the interest amount shall be utilised for arranging a series of
"three lectures on a selected theme connected with Dental Science every year for the
benefit of the B.D.S Course students of Rajah Muthiah Dental College. The Lectures
shall be styled "Thiru A.K. Thaga Pillai Endowment Lectures."
    4. The prize in the shape of books shall be awarded at the time of the Founder's
Day Celebrations.
     5. If in any year more than one candidate secures the same marks, the prize shall
be shared equally among the candidates meriting the award'.
     6. The lecturers shall be appointed by the Vice - Chancellor.
    7. A sum of Rs.1,500/- out of interest shall be paid to the lecturer towards his
honorarium and travel costs.
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     8. The lectures shall be printed and published in book form by the University
subject to availability of funds and sold at a cheap price.
    9. If in any year a suitable lecturer is not available the unspent interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    10. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may render desirable.


 134. PANAYAPATTI SP. A. ANNAMALAI CHETTIAR AND NACHAMMAI ACHI MEMORIAL TRUST
      Endowment of Rs. 50,000/- by Thiru A. Natarajan, Managing Director, Arcot Mills
Ltd., Madurai, in the name of Panayapatti SP. A. Annamalai Chettiar and Nachammai
Achi Memorial Trust.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as The Panayapatti SP. A. Annamalai Chettiar
and Nachammai Achi Memorial Endowment.
     2. The amount of Rs.50,000/- shall be invested in Nationalised/Scheduled Bank
securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
        (a) The prize shall be annually awarded for the best thesis in any one of the
following subjects on a rotatory basis: Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geology
and Marine Biology.
        (b) Once the award is given to a subject, that subject will not get a chance till the
cycle is completed.
       (c) If no deserving candidate is available in one subject, the next subject shall be
considered for the award.
       (d) The best thesis in the concerned subject shall be decided by a panel of three
judges who are experts in the concerned field and who shall be from outside the
University and nominated by the Vice-Chancellor every year. The judges shall be given a
remuneration of Rs.150/- each for the adjudication work. Rs.50/- may be set apart for
other connected expenses.
        (e) The best thesis so selected shall be rendered in Tamil in an abridged form by
the author and the Tamil version must be rendered in simple and intelligible diction so
as to attract the interest of a lay reader.
       (f) The University shall offer financial assistance to the candidates to the tune of
Rs.3,500/- only for the above work.
     (g) The author should gratefully acknowledge his receipt of the award from the
Annamalai University in general the Trust in particular.
       (h) Rs.1000/- shall be annually awarded to a student who comes out
successfully securing the first Rank in the B.Music Degree Examination, securing not
less than 50% in Music (Amended vide Syn. Res. No. 4 dated 26-4-1982). If no
candidate is eligible in B.Music, the amount shall be awarded to the candidate who
passes the sangitha Bushanam Examination securing first rank. The Prize shall be
given away during the Annual Tamil Isai Festival at the Rajah Muthiah Manram,
Madurai. He should also give a one hour vocal recitation on the occasion.
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     In addition to the cash award of Rs.1,000/- (Rupees One thousand only) to the
best student in Music already approved the following Eight Scholarships of Rs.600/-
(Rupees Six hundred only) each per year, four in Engineering and Technology Faculty
and Four in Agriculture Faculty may be instituted.
    The Scholarships shall be styled as Panayapatti Annamalai Nachammai Achi
Endowment.
                  SCHOLARSHIPS IN ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY
     1. For one student in I year, one student in II year, one student in III year, and one
student in IV year of any Department in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology.
                               SCHOLARSHIPS IN AGRICULTURE
     2. For one student in I year, one student in II year, one student in III year and one
student in IV year of the B.Sc. Agriculture Four year Degree Course.
       The eligibility requirement for the award of scholarship shall be:
         (i) The candidate should not be in receipt of any other scholarship.
         (ii) The candidate should have passed the previous examination in First Class.
       (iii) The candidate can be selected on the basis of merit cum means on the
recommendation of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology for scholarships
in the Faculty of Engineering Technology and the Dean Faculty of Agriculture for
scholarships in the Faculty of Agriculture.
    4. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unspent interest for the year shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms of the award of the
endowment at any time it deems necessary.

         135. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs. 35,000/- MADE BY
     TMT. SAROJA BADRI RAO IN MEMORY OF HER HUSBAND LATE THIRU S.R.N. BADRI RAO
       1. The endowment shall be styled "Thiru S.R.N. Badri Rao Endowment."
     2. The amount of Rs. 35,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled bank
securing the highest rate of interest.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. Five percent of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund
being the tied donation amount.
       ii. a. 15% may be awarded as an annual scholarship to a needy student
pursuing research in the Department of Economics.
           b. A gold medal to an outstanding M.A. Economics student shall be awarded
annually. Thirty percent of the interest shall be utilised for this purpose.
            c. A scholarship to a deserving needy student of M.A. Economics shall be
given. Fifty percent of the interest shall be utilised for awarding the scholarship.
     4. If in any year more than one candidate secures the same marks, the prize shall
be shared equally among the candidates meriting the award.
     5. The prize, which shall be styled as "Thiru S.R.N. Badri Rao Endowment Prize",
shall be awarded at the time of Convocation.
    6. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may render desirable.
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         136. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.5,000/- MADE BY
           A.M.M.ARUNACHALAM TRUST AND INVESTED IN THE BANK OF MADURA
     1. The scholarship shall be styled as “Tmt. AR. Lakshmi Achi Scholarship.”
     2. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. Five Percent (i.e. Rs. 25) shall be credited to the University General Fund
being the tied donation amount.
        ii. The scholarship shall be of the value of Rs. 475/- (Ninety five percent) and
shall be awarded annually to the student who scores the highest aggregate marks in the
I Year M.Com. examination and who has passed all the four papers in one sitting.
       iii. This scholarship money shall be utilised by the awardee for purchasing such
books as will be of use to him while doing the second year of the M.Com Course.
        iv. This award shall be given on the occasion of the Founder's Day Celebration
with effect from 1983-84.
       v. The name of the student who has been awarded the scholarship shall be
intimated to the Trust for purpose of their records.
     3. If in any year more than one candidate secures the same marks, the scholarship
shall be shared equally among the candidates meriting the award.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may render desirable.


         137. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.5,000/- MADE BY
                       THIRU S.MUTHUKUMARAN, CHIDAMBARAM
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Prof.S.V.Chittbabu prize” under Thiru S.
Muthukumaran pillai Manivizha Endowment.
    2. The amount of Rs. 5,000/- shall be invested as a fixed deposit in a Scheduled
Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows.
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation amount.
        ii. Two Prizes out of the balance of the interest amount shall be awarded annually
and equally to (a) one for the most meritorious student with all round proficiency passing
out of the B.D.S. Course in the Rajah Muthiah Dental College and (b) one for the most
meritorious student with all round proficiency passing the M.B.A. Course.
     4. If in any year more than one candidate is considered as most meritorious
students the prize shall be shared equally among the candidates meriting the award.
    5. The prizes which shall be styled as "Prof. S.V. Chittibabu Prize" under Thiru S.
Muthukumaran Pillai Manivizha Endowment and shall be awarded at the time of the
Founder's Day Celebrations.
     6. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     7. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the terms and condition of award and the value of the prizes etc. as
circumstances may warrant.
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        138. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs. 10,000/-MADE BY
      THE COLGATE PALMOLIVE (INDIA) LIMITED FOR INSTITUTION OF THE GOLD MEDAL
      1. The Endowment shall be styled "Colgate Palmolive (India) Endowment."
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a fixed deposit in a Scheduled
bank securing the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
         i. A Gold medal shall be awarded annually to a candidate who qualifies for the
Bacholar's Degree in Dental Surgery in one attempt in the first or second class securing
the highest number of marks in all the subjects of the final year examination and not
failing even once in any of the examinations of the previous years.
      4. If in any year more than one candidate secures the same marks, the prize shall
be shared equally among the candidates meriting the award. They shall be awarded
Gold medals the total cost being covered by the amount of interest accruing during that
year.
      5. All unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
      6. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
     7. If in any year the medal is not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus to the fund.
     8. The prize which shall be styled as "Colgate Gold Medal" shall be awarded at the
time of the Convocation.
    9. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions as circumstances may warrant.


        139. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.75,000/- MADE BY
                THE ALUMNI OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY FACULTY
      1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. Rm. Sethunarayanan Endowment."
     2. The amount of Rs.75,000/- shall be invested in a scheduled bank securing the
highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
        i) Prof. Rm. Sethunarayanan Scholarships:
      6 Scholarships shall be awarded annually to (i) 2 Students in II year (ii) 2 students
in III year and (iii) 2 Students in IV year of the B.E., B.E. (Chem.) degree courses in the
Engineering and Technology Faculty of this University on the following basis:
          a) The awardees will be recommended by the Dean, Faculty of Engineering
and Technology in consultation with the Heads of Departments on the merit-cum-
means basis. The students should not be in receipt of any other scholarship. They may
belong to any discipline in the above Faculty.
           b) The value of the scholarship shall be Rs.500/- per year per student.
          c) Student awardee shall not be from the same branch of the same class in
any particular year.
          d) The awardee will continue to get the scholarship for all the three years
provided he/she passes IV and VI Semester examination in the first attempt securing
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not less than 60% in the aggregate. In case he fails to fulfil the above conditions,
another candidate selected in his place on the above basis will be awarded the
scholarship and he will continue to get the same subject to the conditions of the award.
         ii) Prof. Rm. Sethunarayanan Endowment Lectures:
     The Endowment shall be styled as “Prof.Rm.Sethunarayanan Endowment”.
     The interest accuruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
           a) One series of two lectures on topics covering Mechanical / Production /
Electrical / Electronics & Instrumentation in each year by rotation.
          b) One series of two lectures on topics covering Civil / Environmental/
Structural / Chemical in rotation.
          c) The persons who deliver the lectures shall be appointed by the Syndicate
on the recommendations of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology in
consultation with the Heads of Departments of Study in Engineering.
      4. A sum of Rs.800/- will be paid to the concerned person as honorarium
(inclusive of TA & DA).
      5. The lectures shall be cyclostyled/printed and published in a book form by the
University for which purpose a sum of Rs.600/- is allotted and the copies may be
distributed free of cost to Institutions/Individuals recommended by the Dean, Faculty of
Engineering and Technology.
         iii) Prof. Rm. Sethunarayanan Social Service League Prize:
     Annually prizes of the value of Rs.300/- shall be awarded to three deserving
students of three night schools run by the Social Service League of the Annamalai
University. Rs. 100/- shall be allotted for each school. The student shall be
recommended by the Vice-President and the Convener of the Social Service league of
the University.
      iv) Prof. Rm.Sethunarayanan Prize for Academic Proficiency in Engineering and
Technology:
      Seven prizes each of the value of Rs.100/- shall be awarded annually to seven final
year students of Engineering and Technology, one from each branch for all round
proficiency. The selection will be decided by the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and
Technology in consultation with the Heads of Departments of Engineering and
Technology.
         v) Prof. Rm. Sethunarayanan Conference Grant:
     The Conference grant of Rs.400/- annually shall be utilised by either Faculty
Members or Research Scholars towards the payment of registration charges for
presenting papers in National or International Conferences in Engineering and
Technology.
    5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund as tied
donation as per existing rules.
    4. The prizes which shall be styled as "Professor Rm. Sethunarayanan Prizes for all
round proficiency in Engineering and Technology" shall be awarded at the time of the
Founder’s day (vide order dated 29-9-1995).
     5. The Syndicate shall administer the endowment and may amend or add to the
rules as circumstances may warrant.
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                       BHARATHI CENTENARY ENDOWMENT
         140. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT INSTITUTED FOR
  THE CONDUCT OF SPECIAL LECTURERS AND SEMINARS IN THE NAME OF BHARATHIYAR
     1. This endowment founded by the Government of TamilNadu on the eve of the
inauguration of Bharathiyar Centenary Celebrations on llth & 12th December 1983, for
conducting Special Lectures and Seminars in the Universtty on Bharathiyar and also
for publication of the Lectures/Seminars in the form of a book, in G.O. Ms. No.2191,
Edn. Science (H) Department dated 19.11.1983.
     2. This endowment of Rs.1 lakh funded by the Government of TamilNadu invested
in a long term Fixed Deposit in the Scheduled Banks to secure the highest rate of
interest which is to be utilised for the conduct of Special Lectures/Seminars as below:

Special Lectures:
        i) Special lectures on Bharathiyar be conducted once in two years by inviting a
fit person to deliver a course of 3 lectures on a subject relating to Bharathiyar,
appointed by the Vice - Chancellor on the recommendations of the Head of the
Department of Tamil.
       ii) A sum of Rs.1000/- will be paid as honorarium apart from I Class rail fare to
and fro and DA at the University rates and on no account the amount shall exceed Rs.
1500/- both put together.
        iii) The lectures shall be printed and published in the book form (1000 copies) by
the Publication Section of the University for which purpose a sum of Rs.7000/- is
allotted and the copies distributed free of cost to Institutions/Govt./ Individuals
recommended by the Head of the Department of Tamil.
      iv) A sum not exceeding Rs.1500/- may be set apart for other miscellaneous
expenses like printing of invitations, hospitality, arrangements, etc.

Seminars:
       i) Seminars on Bharathiyar be conducted once in two years, arranged for 2 days
with four sittings and 12 participants.
       ii) The papers of the seminars be cyclostyled and distributed to audience.
       iii) Participants be paid TA & DA at the University rates.
       iv) The Seminar papers be printed and published (1000 copies) by the
Publications section for which purpose a sum of Rs.7000/- is allotted and copies may
be distributed free of cost to Institution/Government/Individuals recommended by the
Head of the Department of Tamil.
       v) Cost towards printing of necessary invitations, arrangements of the Seminar
be met from the balance of the interest amount accrued every year.
    3. In any year, the total expenditure for arranging special lectures/seminars
should not exceed Rs.10,000/- the actual amount that will accrue as interest.
     4. If in any year the lectures/seminars are not conducted, the unexpended interest
shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions as circumstances may warrant.
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141. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE PROF. M. RUTHNASWAMY CENTENARY ENDOWMENT
    i) Prof. M. Ruthnaswamy Centenary Endowment for Rs.25,000/- by the Pro-
Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, President, The Indian Cultural Research Trust,
Madras.
     ii) Prof. M. Ruthnaswamy Centenary Endowment for Rs. 25,000/- by the grand-
children of Prof. M. Ruthnaswamy for the award of gold medal and books for excellence
in the study of Political Science, History or Public Administration.
     iii) Prof. M. Ruthnaswamy Centenary Endowment for Rs. 30,000/- by Col. V.V.
Ruthnaswamy and his wife Han Suyin for the support of students who need monetary
assistance to complete their course of studies to be designated as Prof. M.
Ruthnaswamy award.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. M. Ruthnaswamy Centenary
Endowments.
     2. The above amounts of Rs.80,000/- shall be invested in a scheduled bank
securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
     i) Prof. M. Ruthnaswamy Centenary Endowment Lectures:
     A series of two lectures by outstanding Historians and Political Scientists shall be
arranged every year in the Department of History and Department of Political Science
alternately.
     The person who delivers the lectures shall be appointed by the Vice - Chancellor
on the recommendations of the Dean, Faculty of Arts in consultation with the Heads of
Departments of study concerned.
    A sum of Rs.500/- will be paid to the concerned person as honorarium apart from
payment of T.A. as per University rules. The lecturer will be treated as the Guest of the
University during the period.
     ii) Prof. M. Ruthnaswamy Centenary Endowment Prizes:
      Two gold medals and two prizes of books (Gold Medal at a cost of Rs.900/- each
and prize books at Rs.200/- each, total Rs.2,200/-) shall be awarded annually to the
First & Second rank holders of M.A. History and First and Second Rank holders of M.A.
political Science.
     The above prizes shall be awarded to the students at the time of Convocation.
     iii) Prof. M. Ruthnaswamy Centenary Endowment Award:
     The award shall be made to a deserving Third year Ph.D. Research Scholar of the
Departments of History and Political Science each year by rotation. The award shall be
paid from out of the net interest accrued out of Ro.30,000/- after deducting the tied
donation to be credited to the University General Fund as per rules, in 10 equal
monthly installments.
    4. The tied donation on above endowments shall be credited to the University
General Fund account as per existing rules.
     5. All unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions as circumstances may warrant.
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      142. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.10,000/- MADE BY THIRU
      R.NARAYANASWAMY, LECTURER IN PLANT PATHOLOGY, FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE,
        ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY IN MEMORY OF DR. RAJAH SIR MUTHIAH CHETTIAR OF
         CHETTINAD, SECOND FOUNDER-PRO-CHANCELLOR, ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY
       1. The Endowment shall be styled as:
    "The Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar of Chettinad Agriculture Silver Jubilee Gold
Medal Prize of B.Sc. (Ag.) Plant Pathology Endowment."
      2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled Bank
as a long term deposit securing the highest rate of interest.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i) Five percent of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund
being the tied donation amount.
        ii) The balance amount of the interest shall be utilised for the award of as many
number of prizes as the number of papers on Plant Pathology subject in the B.Sc. (Ag.)
course (at present there are 3 papers) in the form of a Gold plated Silver medal, to those
students who have passed all Examinations in one attempt and who secured highest
marks in each of the papers and the prizes shall be called as "Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah
Chettiar, Agriculture Silver Jubilee Memorial Prize of Plant Disease control/Diseases of
field crops/Diseases of Horticultural Crops."
       The award shall be made from the Examinations conducted during April 1987.
       4. The Prize shall be awarded at Convocation every year.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may render desirable.
       6. All unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
       Trimester:       III Year, Plant Disease Control
                        IV Year, Diseases of Crop Plants
                        IV Year, Disease of Horticultural Plants.
                        Semester: III Year, Principles of Plant Pathology
                        IV Year, Diseases of Crops
                        IV Year, Plant Disease Management

      143. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.10,000/- MADE BY
 THIRU T.L RAGHAVAN, SON OF DR T.S. RAGHAVAN, FIRST PROFESSOR OF BOTANY & MRS.
                   HEMA RAGHAVAN, WIFE OF DR. T.S. RAGHAVAN.
       1. The Endowment shall be styled as: Dr. T.S. Raghavan Lectureship Endowment:
      2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled Bank
as a long term deposit securing highest rate of interest.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i) Five percent of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund
being the tied donation.
       ii) The balance amount of the interest shall be utilised for arranging a course of
lectures once in two years not less than 3 in the Department of Botany by inviting
eminent persons in the field of Botany for the benefit of students and staff.
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       iii) The lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice - Chancellor of the University on
the recommendations of the Head of the Department of Botany.
       iv) A lump sum of Rs. 2,000/- out of the interest accruing every two years from
the Endowment shall be paid to the lecturer as honorarium inclusive of TA. & DA.
     The endowment lectures shall be arranged from the academic year 1987-88.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may render desirable.
     5. All the unexpended amount shall be added to the Corpus of the Fund.


       144. TERMS AND CONDITONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.5,000/- MADE BY
   PROF. G. RANGASWAMI'S SIXTIETH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS COMMITTEE,
                                  COIMBATORE.
     1. This Endowment made by Prof. G. Rangaswami's Sixtieth Birth Anniversary
Celebrations Committee, Coimbatore on the occasion of the 60th Birthday of Prof. G.
Rangaswami held on 24.1.86 who was the first Dean, of the Faculty of Agriculture at
Annamalai University, of Rs.5,000/- the interest of which shall be utilised for the award
of Gold Medal (Gold plated silver medal) for two first rank M.Sc. (Ag.) students, one in
Agricultural Microbiology and the Other in Plant Pathology.
     2. This Endowment shall be called "Prof G. Rangaswami Gold Medal for M.Sc. (Ag.)
students in Agricultural Micro- biology and Plant Pathology instituted by Prof. G.
Rangaswami's 60th Birth Anniversary Celebrations Committee.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of two Gold
Medals (Gold plated Silver Medal) to the value of Rs.260/- each for two first rank
students of M.Sc. Agricultural Microbiology and M.Sc. Agricultural Plant Pathology.
       iii) The awards shall be made from the Examinations to be conducted in
April/May 1987.
     4. The medal shall be awarded at Convocation.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the award as circumstances may warrant.
     6. All unexpended interest shall be added- to the corpus of the fund.


                    145. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HIS EXCELLENCY
                         THIRU S.L KHURANA PRIZES ENDOWMENT
      1. This Endowment was made by Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy on the
day of Convocation held on 31.3.1986, for Rs. 10,000/-, the interest of which shall be
utilised for the cash award every year for deserving Ph.D. research scholar.
    2. This Endowment shall be called as His Excellency Thiru S.L. Khurana Prizes
Endowment.
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       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation,
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of a cash prize
to the value of Rs. 1045/- to a deserving Ph.D. Research Scholar adjudged as best by
the Committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor.
    4. The Cash Prize shall be given at the time of Birth day celebrations of the Second
Founder Pro-Chancellor every year.( vide Syn. Res. No. 8 dated 28-12-1992)
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the award as circumstances may warrant.
       6. All the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.


      146. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROFESSOR S.V. CHITTIBABU PRIZES ENDOWMENT
      1. This Endowment was made by Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy on the
day of Convocation held on 31.3.1986, for Rs.10'000/- the interest of which shall be
utilised for the award of a Gold Medal to the student adjudged as the best in athletic
sports activities.
       2. This Endowment shall be called Professor S.V. Chittibabu Prizes Endowment.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
    i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being tied
donation.
      ii) The balance Amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of a Gold Medal
worth about Rs. 1000/- to a student adjudged as the best in athletic sports and
activities recommended by the Games Advisory Committee.
       4. The Gold Medal shall be awarded at Convocation.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the Endowment of the award as new circumstances may warrant.
       6. All the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.


                 147. TERMS AND CONDTIONS OF THE PROF. PL RAMASWAMY
                           TMT. PON. ALAGAMMAI ENDOWMENT
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Prof PL. Ramaswamy Pon Alagammai
Scholarships and Prizes" under Prof PL. Ramaswamy Thirumathi Pon Alagammai
Endowment.
    2. The amount of Rs.35,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank securing the highest rate of interest at 10% per annum payable annually.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
       ii) Two scholarships for two M.Phil. Students (One in Chemistry and one in
Tamil) at Rs.1,000/- each annually be awarded and the awardees to be decided by the
Heads of the Departments of Chemistry and Tamil respectively. The awardees will be
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required to acknowledge the receipt of scholarship under the Endowment in their
thesis. The candidates recommended shall not be a recipient of any other scholarship.
       iii) Financial assistance of Rs.500/- each p.a. to two deserving students who will
be either sons or daughters of employees of our University. The awardees will be
selected by the Vice-Chancellor and the Professor in-charge of Students Welfare on the
basis of the recommendations of the heads of departments of study considering the
merit-cum-means of the candidates. The candidates should have passed the previous
examination without any arrears, securing a minimum of 75% attendance.
       iv) A cash prize of the value of Rs.250/- annually to an outstanding student in
the Faculty of Fine Arts. The selection of the candidate for the award be made by the
Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts. The prize shall be awarded at the time of Founder's Day
Celebrations.
        v) Two cash prizes of the value of Rs. 200/- each annually to (1) a student in the
II year Engineering class who has secured the highest marks in Chemistry in Theory
and Practicals put together in I year examination in the Department of Engineering and
(2) a student in the II year B.E. (Chemical) securing the highest marks in all the
Chemistry subjects (Theory and Practical) in the First Year examinations. The prizes
shall be awarded at the time of the Founder's Day Celebrations.
    4. If in any year the prize or scholarship or financial aid is not awarded, the
unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the award and the value of the prize, scholarships, financial aid, etc. as
circumstances may warrant.


         148. TERMS AND CONDTIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.20,000/- MADE BY
                       GUJARAT AGRO INDUSTRIES, AHAMEDABAD
     1. The Endowment shall be styled as:
    "Gujarat Agro Industries Gold Medal to the M.Sc. (Ag.) Students in Agricultural
Entomology."
    2. The amount of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled
Banks as a long term deposit securing highest rate of interest at 11% per annum.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
     i) Five percent of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund
being tied donations
     ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for awarding Gold Medal to the
value of about Rs.2,000/- to the first rank student in M.Sc. (Agri.) Entomology from the
examinations of 1987.
     4. The prize shall be awarded at Convocation.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.
     6. All the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
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        149. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.5000/- MADE BY
               PROF. R. NANJUNDA RAO EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY, MADRAS.
     1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Dr. (Prof.) R. Nanjunda Rao Educational
Society Book Prize."
      2. The amount of Rs.5000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled Bank
as a long term deposit securing the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being tied
donation.
       ii) The balance amount of the interest shall be utilised for awarding of book prize
every year to the value of Rs.500/- for an outstanding MBBS student who having
passed I MBBS Examination in the first attempt securing highest marks in the
University Examinations in Anatomy Part I and Part II put together.
      4. The prize shall be awarded on the occasion of the Founder's Day Celebrations.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the award as circumstances may warrant.
      6. All the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.


             150. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. R.V. SESHIAH MEMORIAL
                             LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment founded by the Alumni and Alumnae, its present generation of
students, scholars, faculty and well-wishers of the CAS in Marine Biology for
Rs.25,000/- on the occasion of Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Centre on 24.2.1987,
the interest of which shall be utilised for conducting Special Lectures in the Centre of
Advanced Study in Marine Biology, every year.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as “Prof.R.V.Seshaiya Memorial Lectureship
Endowment”.
     2. This Endowment of Rs. 25,000/- shall be invested in a long term deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled bank to secure the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
        ii. A series of two lectures shall be arranged preferably during February each
year to coincide with the month of birth of Prof. R.V. Seshaiya. The Memorial Lectures
shall be delivered by a well known Savant or Scientist, Philosopher or Marine Biologist
or Biologist or by one who also evinces keen interest in Biology, who shall be appointed
by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Director, CAS in Marine Biology.
       iii. A sum of Rs. 1600/- shall be paid as honorarium (including TA/DA to the
Lecturer invited to deliver lectures.)
        iv. The balance amount of Rs. 775/- shall be set apart for printing of the
Lectures (200/300 copies) delivered under the above endowment and copies distributed
free of cost to Institutions/Government/Individuals recommended by the Director, CAS
in Marine Biology.
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    4. If in any year the lectures are not conducted the unexpended interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may warrant.


             151. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE PROF. SANKARANARAYANAN
                        FELICITATION COMMITTEE ENDOWMENT
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as 'Prof. G. Sankaranarayanan Lectureship
Endowment'.
    2. The amount of Rg.20,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest at 10% per annum
payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for inviting eminent
Mathematicians/Statisticians to deliver annual endowment lectures under the auspices
of the Department of Mathematics, Annamalai University. The person who delivers the
lectures shall be appointed by the Syndicate on the recommendations of the Head of the
Department of Mathematics.
       iii. A sum of Rs.500/- will be paid to the lecturer as honorarium besides
payment of TA/DA at the rates of the University. The Lecturer will also be treated as the
guest of the University during the period.
        iv. The remaining amount of the interest shall be utilized for printing of the
lectures. The printed books of the endowment lectures shall be distributed at free of
cost to those persons as recommended by the Head of the Department of Mathematics.
     4. If in any year the lectures could not be arranged during the particular year for
unforeseen reason the same shall be arranged in the subsequent year.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the Power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


         152. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF LADY RANI MEYYAMMAI ACHI ENDOWMENT
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Lady Rani Meyyammai Achi Memorial
Award" in the Department of Pharmacy.
    2. The amount of Rs.15,000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in a Scheduled
Bank securing the highest rate of interest of 10% p.a.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of gold medal
worth about Rs. 1400/- to the first rank student of the B.Pharm. Degree.
     4. The prize shall be given at the time of Convocation every year.
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     5. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of award and the value of prizes, etc. as
circumstances may warrant.


              153. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SWAMINS PRIZES ENDOWMENT
      1. The Endowment shall be styled as the "Swamins Prizes Endowment".
    2. The amount of Rs.6000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
        ii. The balance amount of the interest shall he utilized for the award of book
prizes worth about Rs.570/- to a M.Sc.(Ag.) student who secures the first rank in the
Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry Course (combining first and second year).
      4. The prize shall be given at the time of Convocation every year.
     5. If in any year the prize is not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the award and the value of the prizes, etc. as
circumstances may warrant.


          154. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. VIDWAN ARUMUGA MUDALIAR &
                 ANBIL SARAVANA MUDALIAR LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Prof Vidwan Arumuga Mudaliar and Anbil
Saravana Mudaliar Lectureship endowment".
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for inviting eminent scholars in
Tamil to deliver annual endowment lectures under the auspices of the Department of
Tamil, Annamalai University. The person who delivers the lectures shall be appointed by
the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Head of the Department of Tamil.
        iii. A series of two lectures shall be on the following topics every year.
           a. Thirunavukkarasar
           b. Appreciation and a critical outlook of the Thevaram songs with special
reference to Saiva Siddhanta.
         c. Influence of His Thevaram songs in the evaluation of Saiva Siddhanta
Philosophy & Sivagnana Potham.
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      iv. A sum of Rs.750/- will be paid to the Lecturer as honorarium inclusive of
TA/DA. The Lecturer will also be treated as the guest of the University during the period.
       v. The remaining amount of the interest shall be utilized for printing of the
lectures, as and when possible.
     4. If in any year the lectures could not be arranged during the particular year for
unforeseen reasons, the same shall be arranged in the subsequent year.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


    155. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. RAJAH SIR MUTHIAH CHETTIAR AGRICULTURE
 SILVER JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS ENDOWMENT INSTITUTED BY PROF. S. KRISHNAMURTHY
INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION FOR THE AWARD OF PRIZES
     1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar of Chettinad
Silver Jubilee Endowment for the best field demonstration."
      2. The amount of Rs.10, 001/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled Bank
as a long term deposit securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. Five percent of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund
being the tied donation.
       ii. The balance amount of the interest shall be utilized for giving an award to a
member of a staff who has successfully carried out innovative Research Project of
Practical utility.
       iii. The Heads of the Departments in the Faculty of Agriculture shall recommend
suitable candidates for consideration of the award through the Dean, Faculty of
Agriculture.
       iv. Constitution of Assessment Committee: The Vice- Chancellor shall nominate
a panel of judges for appraisal.
        v. If for any reason the award could not be awarded to a member of a staff in any
year, the same shall be awarded as Book Prizes to two students of final B.Sc.(Ag.) who
secures the highest marks in the subjects of (i) Agricultural Extension and (ii)
Horticulture. In assessing the highest marks in the above two subjects the marks in all
the years in the particular subject shall be added.
       vi. The prizes shall be awarded on the Founder's Day. The name of the donor
"Krishnamurthy International Developmental Fund" shall be specifically announced.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may warrant. The Prizes shall be awarded from the year
1987-88.
     5. All the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
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 156. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIRUPAMPURAM N. SWAMINATHA PILLAI ENDOWMENT
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Thirupampuram N. Swaminatha Pillai
Endowment."
      2. The amount of Rs.6,000/- as royalty paid to the students of the Department of
Music for their performance by M/s The Master Recording Company, Madras shall be
invested as Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate
of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows.
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be paid each year to the Music College
Association as subscription to Societies for its expenditure.
    4. The Syndicate' shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of award as circumstances may warrant.


                157. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SHANMUGAM MEYYAPPAN
                         LECTURESHIP/SEMINAR ENDOWMENT
     1.   The   Endowment   shall         be    styled   as    "Shanmugam       Meyyappan
lectureship/Seminar Endowment."
    2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest at 10% p.a. payable
annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the conduct of
lectures/Seminars in alternate years on the subject “CITRILLAKIAM”.
      iii. The persons who deliver the lectures shall be appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor on the recommendations of the Head of the Department of Tamil.
      iv. When a lecture is arranged, a sum of Rs.1000/- shall be paid to the lecturer
as honorarium besides payment of T.A. at the rates of the University. The balance
amount shall be carried over to the next year for the expenditure towards arranging
Seminar. The lecturer shall be treated as the guest of the University.
        v. When the Seminar is conducted, the expenditure shall be met out of the
balance amount of interest of the year plus the amount carried over in the previous year
after meeting the expenditure like printing of invitations for the Seminar, payment of TA
& DA to the participants of the Seminar and printing or cyclostyling of the proceedings
of the Seminars/ Lectures shall be met out of the funds available.
        vi. If sufficient funds are not available for the printing of Lectures or proceedings
of the Seminar, the same may be given to a publisher who is willing to publish the same
and the publisher shall be decided by the Syndicate.
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     In such cases, the publisher shall be required to supply to the University 50 copies
of the publication free of cost with due acknowledgement to the University and the
donor of the endowment.
     4. If in any year the Lectures/Seminars could not be conducted during the
particular year for unforeseen reasons, the same shall be conducted during the
subsequent year.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


         158. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROFESSOR K. GANAPATHY ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment made by the staff Members of the Department of Chemistry of
Annamalai University in the name of Professor K. Ganapathy, Retired Professor and
Head of the Department of Chemistry in appreciation of his long and dedicated service
in the University.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. K. Ganapathy Endowment."
    2. The Endowment amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for awarding three gold plated
silver medals for the best outgoing students of (i) M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry, (2) M.Sc.
Physical Chemistry and (3) M.Sc. Bio-Chemistry. The value of each medal shall not
exceed Rs.500/-.
       iii. The medals shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every Year as
"Professor K. Ganapathy Chemistry Gold Medal."
        iv. The balance amount of interest of Rs.875/- shall be utilized for awarding
prizes to the best five seminar presentations among the M.Sc. and Research students of
the Department of Chemistry at Rs.175/- per student. The prizes shall be awarded as
Book Prize at the Valedictory Function of the Chemical Society.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


    159. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROFESSOR M.O. MATHEW ENDOWMENT OF ACAA
    This Endowment founded by the Alumni and Alumnae of the Department of
Commerce for Rs.10,001/- on the occasion of the felicitation to Dr. M.O.Mathew to
commomerate his 25 years of Service the interest of which shall be utilized for the
award of prizes to the students.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as “Prof. M.O. Mathew Endowment of ACAA.”
     2. This Endowment of Rs.10,001/- shall be invested in a long term deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank to secure the highest rate of interest.
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      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
      tied donation.
         ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding two prizes as
      detailed below:
          a. One prize about the value of Rs.550/- to the student who gets the highest
aggregate marks in ‘Research Methodology' paper of the M.Phil.I Semester regular
examination in the Department of Commerce.
         b. One prize about the value of Rs.400/- to the student who gets the second
highest marks in 'Research Methodology' Paper of the M.Phil. I Semester regular
examinations.
        iii. The prizes shall be awarded in the form of books on the Founder's Day.
        iv. In the event of more than one student securing the same highest marks the
entire interest proceeds of Rs.950/- shall be shared by them equally and there shall be
no second prize in that year.
       v. In the event of more than one student securing the second highest marks the
prize amount of Rs.400/- shall be equally shared by them.
        vi. The awardees may be given a Merit Certificate along with the prize.
     4. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of award and the value of prizes, etc. as circumstances may warrant.


    160. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PADMA BHUSHAN DR. RAJAH SIR M.A. MUTHIAH
  CHETTIAR ENDOWMENT OF ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY COMMERCE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
      This Endowment founded by the Alumni and Alumnae of the Department of
Commerce forRs.10,001/- on the occasion of Felicitation function to Dr. M.O. Mathew
to commomerate his 25 years of service in the University, the interest of which shall be
utilised for the award of prizes to students.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Padma Bhushan Dr. Rajah Sir M.A.
Muthiah Chettiar Endowment of Annamalai University Commerce Alumni Association."
     2. This Endowment of Rs.10,001/- shall be invested as a long term deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank to secure the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding two prizes of
value of Rs.475/- each in the form of books to the students as detailed below:
           a) to a student who secures the highest aggregate marks in the first attempt
in the 'I Year M.Com. (T.M ) examinations of the Annamalai University every year. This
prize shall be awarded on the Founder's Day every year.
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          b) to a student who gets the highest aggregate marks in the first attempt in
the II Year M.Com. (T.M) examinations of Annamalai University every year. This prize
shall be awarded at Convocation.
     iii. In the event of more than one student securing the same mark the prize
amount shall be equally shared.
         iv. The awardees may be given a Merit Certificate along with the prize.
     4. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the award and the value of prizes, etc. as
circumstances may warrant.


   161. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SRINIVASA RAMANUJAM CENTENNIAL ENDOWMENT
    1. The endowment shall be called as "Srinivasa Ramanujam Centennial
Endowment".
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i. 5% of the interest shall he credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be equally distributed as cash awards to
two meritorious M.Sc. Mathematics students one chosen from I M.Sc. Mathematics and
the other from II M.Sc. Mathematics of each year.
        iii. The cash awards shall be presented at a function arranged every year in the
Department of Mathematics to commemorate the mathematical prodigy Srinivasa
Ramanujam.
        iv. The meritorious student of I M.Sc. shall be the one who has passed all the
Mathematics papers in his B.Sc. at the first attempt and has secured the highest
percentage of marks in Mathematics in his B.Sc. degree course. The meritorious student
of II M.Sc. shall be the one who has passed all the papers in I M.Sc. at the first attempt
and has secured the highest percentage of marks in all the papers of I M.Sc. put together.
     4. If in any year the award is not given, the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of award and the value of the awards, etc. as
circumstances may warrant.

   162. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CAS IN LINGUISTICS SILVER JUBILEE ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment being the unspent balance under Silver Jubilee Account of the
Centre for Advanced Studies in Linguistics for RS.31,979.35 the interest of which shall
be utilized for the award of studentship in the Department of Linguistics.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "CAS in Linguistics Silver Jubilee
Endowment."
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     2. This Endowment of Rs.31,979.36 shall be invested as a long term deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank to secure the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of four
studentships each of the value of Rs.700/- p.a. to (a) One student in I Year M.A.
Linguistics who secures the highest marks in the examinations passed by him at the
graduation level. (b) One student of I Year M.A. Translation who secures the highest
marks in the examinations passed by him at the graduation level (c) to one student of
11 Year M.A. Linguistics who secures the highest marks in the I year and passed all his
papers in one attempt and (d) to one student in 11 Year M.A. Translation who secures
the highest marks in the I Year and passes all his papers in one attempt.
        iii. The studentship shall be awarded once in a year.
        iv. The remaining amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of a book
Prize to a student of II Year M.A. Linguistics course who secures the highest marks and
passes all his papers in one attempt. The book Prize shall be awarded at Convocation.
     4. If in any Year the studentships or book prizes are not awarded the unspent
interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions as circumstances may render desirable.

      163. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SRI G.L. TANDON ENDOWMENT INSTITUTED BY
                              THE PRO-CHANCELLOR
      1.The Endowment shall be styled as Sri G.L.Tandon Endowment.
    2.The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as fixed                deposit   in   a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
         ii. The balance amount of interest i.e. Rs.950/- shall be divided into two equal
halves of Rs.475/- each for award of prizes to students of (i) the Department of Geology
and (ii) the Department of Business Administration.
        iii. The prizes in the Department of Geology shall be awarded in the form of
books of about Rs.235/- each to two students (i) to the student who secures the highest
marks in the I M.Sc. Geology course (I & II Semesters put together) and (ii) to the
student who secures the highest marks in II M.Sc. Geology course (III & IV Semesters
put together). In the event of more than one student securing the highest marks the
prize value of the books shall be equally shared.
     The Prize for the I year shall be given on Founder's Day and the prize for II year
shall be given at the time of Convocation.
       iv. In the Department of Business Administration the prizes to the total value of
Rs.475/- shall be awarded to those outgoing M.B.A. regular students who secures the
highest marks in the respective areas of specialisations. (Elective subjects). The Prizes
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shall be shared equally in the event of more than one student securing the same marks.
The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation in the form of books.
     4. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unexpended interest shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of award and the value of the prizes etc. as
circumstances may warrant.

         164. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CH. VEERA REDDY AUETAA ENDOWMENT
     1. This Endowment founded by the Annamalai University Engineering Technology
Alumni Association for Rs.10,000/- on the occasion of 40 Years Saga Celebrations of
the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, the interest of which shall be utilized for
awarding Prizes in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology every year.
    2. This Endowment shall be styled as "CH. VEERA REDDY - AUETAA
Endowment."
     3. This Endowment of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled bank to secure the highest rate of interest.
     4. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation amount.
       ii. The remaining amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of Gold Medal
worth about Rs.500/- for the best outgoing Engineering and Technology student in the
hostel The best student shall be adjudged on the basis of his conduct Participation in
the hostel activities and contribution to the enrichment of hostel life. The award shall be
decided by a Committee consisting of the Vice-Chancellor, the Dean, Faculty of
Engineering and Technology and the Warden of the Hostel and immediate previous
Warden.
        iii. The remaining amount of Rs.450/- shall be utilised for awarding two prizes
of equal value in the form of books (i) to a outgoing top ranking student in the
Mechanical and Production Engineering and (ii) to a outgoing top ranking student in
Electronics & Instrumentation Branch. The ranking of the students shall be adjudged
on the basis of the highest number of marks in III to VIII semesters, having passed in
all subjects in one attempt.
     5. The Prizes shall be given at the time of Convocation every year.
     6. If in any year the prize is not awarded the unexpended interest shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     7. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of award and the value of the prizes etc. as
circumstances may render desirable.
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          165. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AUETAA - S. RAJAGOPAL ENDOWMENT
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "AUETAA - S. RAJAGOPAL Chemical
Engineering Endowment."
     2.The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. A sum of Rs.500/-p.a. shall be made available for the award of scholarship to
a student in the Department of Chemical Engineering. The Scholarship shall be
awarded to the best student of B.E. (Chem.) III Semester, selected by the Head of the
Department of Technology and the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology on the
basis of his/her academic performance in the I year B.E. (Chem.) and his/her general
behaviour. The Scholarship shall be continued to be awarded to him/her for the
succeeding years provided he/she passes the previous examination in I Class without
any arrears, provided his/her conduct continues to be good.
     If for any of the above reasons the scholarship is terminated, the same may be
awarded to another student of the Chemical Engineering Branch. When once the
student selected in the III Semester completes his final semester examinations, the
scholarship shall be awarded to another student commencing from III Semester.
       iii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of a medal
(Gold plated) to an outgoing student with allround outstanding performance in studies
and sports activities.
      4. The prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     5. If in any year the Prize/Scholarship is not awarded the unexpended interest
shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of award and the value of prizes etc. as
circumstances may render desirable.


      166. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIRU JUSTICE VENKATARAMIAH ENDOWMENT
      1. This Endowment shall be styled as "'Thiru Justice Venkataramiah Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/scheduled Bank
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The amount of interest shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited into University General Fund being the tied
donation fund.
        ii. The Balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of two Gold
Medals (a) to the best outgoing M.B.B.S. (Women) student of Rajah Muthiah Medical
College & Hospital obtaining the highest marks in the University Examinations of I, II
and Final M.B.B.S. examination put together without any failure in their examinations
(b) to the best outgoing M.B.B.S. (Men) student of Rajah Muthiah Medical College &
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Hospital obtaining the highest marks in the University examinations of I, II and Final
M.B.B.S. Examinations put together without any failure in their examinations.
     The better of the above two students will be awarded the medal with Blue Ribbon.
          iii. The Medal shall be awarded at the time of Convocation.
    4. If in any year the Prize/Medal is not awarded the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the award, if circumstances may render
desirable.


                    167. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AUETAA ENDOWMENT
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "AUETAA Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
      ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised towards payment of
honorarium inclusive of TA & DA to invite a distinguished alumnus of the Faculty of
Engineering and Technology every year to deliver a Special Lecture on "Modern Trends
and Advancement of the Engineering Technology".
        iii. The Lecturer shall be treated as the Guest of the University during the period
of his stay.
      iv. The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice- Chancellor on the
recommendations of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology.
    4. If in any year the Lecture is not conducted, the unexpended interest shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


          168. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.50,000/- MADE BY
         THE CITIZENS OF SOUTH ARCOT DISTRICT IN THE NAME OF DR S.V.CHITTIBABU,
                    FORMER VICE-CHANCELLOR, ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY
     1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Dr. S.V. Chittibabu Endowment" instituted
by the Citizens of South Arcot District.
    2. The amount of Rs.50,000/- shall be invested in a Scheduled Bank or in a
Government of India undertaking securing the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
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I. Dr. S.V.CHITTIBABU ENDOWMENT LECTURES:
     a. A series of two lectures by outstanding persons on anyone of the subjects -
History, Political Science and Public Administration and Education shall be arranged in
the Department of History, Department of Political Science and the Department of
Education by rotation.
     b. The person who delivers the lectures shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor
on the recommendations of the Head of the Department concerned.
     c. A sum of Rs.3,000/- will be paid to the concerned person as honorarium
inclusive of TA & DA etc. The lecturer will be treated as the Guest of the University
during the period.
     d. The lectures shall be printed and published in a book form by the University for
which purpose the balance amount may be utilized, after making provisions for the
award of Gold Medal/Book Prizes and copies distributed free of cost to Institutions or
individuals recommended by the Dean, Faculty of Arts.

II. Dr. S.V.CHITTIBABU ENDOWMENT PRIZES:
     One Gold medal and three book prizes (Gold Medal at a cost of Rs.1,008/- and
prize books at Rs.500/- each) as detailed below shall be awarded annually to the
students as below:

a) At the Convocation:
    One Gold Medal to I Rank M.A. History Student two Book Prizes, one each to a I
Rank M.A. Political Science student and I Rank B.Ed. student.

b) At the Founders Day:
     One book prize to the I Rank M.Sc. I Year student who secures the highest marks
in the I and II Semester Examinations put together.
    4. The tied donation on the above endowments shall be credited to the University
General Fund account as per existing rules.
      5. All unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions as circumstances may warrant.


       169. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SOUTH AFRICA RENGASAMY PAKKIRI PILLAI,
          DHANALAKSHMI AMMAL AND SUBRAMANI PAKKIRI PILLAI ENDOWMENT.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "South Africa Rengaswamy Pakkiri Pillai,
Dhanalakshmi Ammal & Subramani Pakkiri Pillai Endowment”.
    2. The amount of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest at 10% p.a. payable
annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. A Cash Prize of Rs.100/- to a student who stands first in his/her respective
Division of the Department of Music (i.e. vocal/Violin/Mirudhangam/Veena/
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Thavil/Nadaswaram/ Dance/B.Music) in the final examinations. The prizes shall be
awarded at the time of Convocation.
        iii. A sum of Rs.150/- may be utilized for conducting musical Competition open
to all students of the University. The prize shall be awarded at the time of Founder's
Day.
      iv. A sum of Rs.450/- shall be utilized for arranging a series of Lectures
annually by inviting experts in the Department of Tamil Studies & Research.
        v. A sum of Rs.500/- shall be utilized annually for the award of an incentive to
deserving M.Phil. student in Tamil. The scholar shall be required to acknowledge the
receipt of the award in his research thesis.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         170. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF MUTHUKUMARASWAMY SUBRAMANIAM PRIZES
                                      ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment was founded by Dr. M.Kuppuswamy, an alumni of the University
in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology in the year 1988-89.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Muthukumaraswamy Subramaniam Prizes
Endowment" offered by Dr. M. Kuppuswamy, New Delhi.
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding. a Medal for the
best student getting the highest aggregate marks in the University examination in
Micro-biology, Community Medicine and Medicine put together without any failures.
          iii. The prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. If in any year the prize is not awarded the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


          171. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA
                       THIRU R.VENKATARAMAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
     This endowment was founded by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Founder Pro-
Chancellor, in honour of His Excellency Sri R. Venkataraman, President of India on the
occasion of his visit to this University to declare open the RMIHS building on 28.4.88
and to unveil the statue of Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar, Second Founder-Pro-
Chancellor.
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     1. This Endowment made by the Pro-Chancellor of Rs.50,000/- shall be styled as
"His Excellency the President of India Thiru R. Venkataraman Prizes Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.50,000/- shall be invested in a fixed deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of Prizes in the
Departments of Medical Education, Dentistry and Nursing as detailed below:
          a) A Gold medal worth of Rs.1750/- to a best outgoing student in MBBS who
obtains the highest aggregate marks in all the University Examinations put together
without any failure at any time in any of the subjects.
          b) A Gold medal worth Rs.1,750/- to a best outgoing student in B.D.S. who
obtains the highest aggregate marks in all the University Examinations put together
without any failure at any time in any of the subjects.
          c) A Gold medal worth Rs.1,250/- to a best outgoing student in B.Sc. Nursing
who obtains the highest aggregate marks in all the University Examinations put
together without any failure at any time in any of the subjects.
          d) The above prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


      172. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF.Ka.Su.PILLAI LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
        (Rs.12, 500/- OFFERED BY PROF. M.S. VIMALANANDAM FOR THE CREATION)
    This Endowment was founded by Prof M.S. Vimalanandam in honour of Prof
Ka.Su. Pillai, former Professor and Head of the Department of Tamil, Annamalai
University during 1988-89.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as the Endowment instituted by Prof. M.S.
Vimalanandam in the name of Prof. Ka. Su. Pillai, in the Department of Tamil Studies &
Research.
     2. The amount of Rs.12,500/- shall be invested in a Fixed Deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for arranging a special lecture
by inviting an eminent Tamil Scholar for delivering atleast 3 lectures on the topic
specified by the Head of the Department in the Department of Tamil Studies & Research
or for the conduct of a Seminar on any aspect of Prof Ka.Su. Pillai's contribution to
Saiva Siddhanta and Tamil Literature.
      iii. The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on                    the
recommendations of the Head of the Department of Tamil Studies & Research.
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         iv. The Lecturer so invited shall be paid an honorarium of Rs.800/- inclusive of
TA & DA. The Lecturer shall be treated as the Guest of the University during the period
of stay.
         v. The balance amount available shall be utilized for printing of the lectures.
        vi. If a Seminar is conducted in a year, the amount of Rs.1187.50 available may
be utilized for meeting the TA & DA of the outside participants and for other contingent
expenditure.
     4. If in any year the lecture is not conducted, the unspent amount shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


   173. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF.M.NATARAJAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT FOR THE
         AWARD OF GOLD MEDAL IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL EDUCATION.
      This Endowment was founded by Dr.V.M.Parthsarathy, Orthopaedic Surgeon.
Jayadev Polyclinic Hospital, Madras-10 in the name of Prof.M.Natarajan a very
distinguished Orthopaedic Surgeon and Medical Educationist at Madras during 1988-
89. Prof.M.Natarajan retired as Principal of Madras Medical College and distinguished
himself as a Social Worker for the rehabilitation of the physically handicapped.
     1. The Endowment shall be styled as “Prof.M.Natarajan Prizes Endowment”.
     2. The amount of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested as a fixed deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of a medal
styled as Prof M. Natarajan gold medal, to the best out going student obtaining highest
aggregate marks in the University examinations in final MBES Part I and 11 put
together without any failures. The value of medal shall be Rs.1900/-
     4. The prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     5. If in any year the prize is not awarded for unforeseen reasons the amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


      174. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.10,000/- MADE BY
     SRI.Y. THIRUNAVUKKARASU, PROPRIETOR, M/s VANATHI PATHIPPAKAM, MADRAS.

     This endowment was instituted by Thiru Y.Thirunavukkarasu, Proprietor, Vanathi
Pathippakam, Madras in the name of Vanathi Yegappar Kaliammai, in memory of
Kavingar Kannadasan during 1988-89.
      1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Vanathi Yegappar Kaliammai Endowment"
instituted by Sri. Y. Thirunavukkarasu, Proprietor, M/s Vanathi Pathippakam, Madras.
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    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank or in a Government of India Undertaking securing the highest rate of interest
payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General -Fund being the
tied donation fund.
      ii. a) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for arranging a 'Kavi
Arangam' on 17th October every year, the memorial day of Kavingar Kannadasan.
         b) An eminent Tamil Scholar shall be invited to preside over the 'Kavi
Arangam' and to deliver a lecture on the poetic talents and poems of Kavingar
Kannadasan.
         c) The person so invited shall be paid an honorarium of Rs.450/- inclusive of
TA & DA and he shall be treated as the Guest of the University.
           d) The 'Kavi Arangam 'Competition will be open to Students of all the Colleges
and Universities in Tamil Nadu. The Competition will be poems on a topic to be
specified by the Head of the Department of Tamil Studies and Research. If the number
of entries are large, they will be screened and only the first twenty-five entries will be
selected for presentation at the Kavi Arangam. The Candidates thus selected to present
their poems at the Kavi Arangam will not be paid any TA & DA.
           e) Three Book Prizes shall be awarded to the Winners at the Kavi Arangam.
The I Prize at Rs.250/- the II Prize at Rs.150/- and the III Prize at Rs.100/-.
           f) Incidental expenses like printing or cyclostyling of the proceedings, printing
of invitations etc. shall be met from the excess interest that may accrue or from the
General funds of the University.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


175. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ENDOWMENT OF Rs.10,000/- IN THE NAME OF LATE
         THIRU G. VAGHEESAM PILLAI INSTITUTED BY THE PRO-CHANCELLOR
     This Endowment of Rs.10,000/- was founded by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Founder
Pro-Chancellor on the occassion of the memorial meeting convened on 9th March 1987
at Annamalainagar, to pay homage to late Thiru G. Vagheesam Pillai, Chidambaram.
     1. This endowment made by the Pro-Chancellor of Rs.10,000/- shall be styled as
"Thiru G. Vagheesam Pillai Agriculture Book Prizes for B.Sc. Agriculture".
      2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested in a Nationalised/Scheduled Bank
as a long term deposit securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be added to the University General Fund being the tied
donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of five prizes of
the value of Rs.190/- each at the Founder's Day Celebrations as detailed below:
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           a) A Book prize to the value of Rs.190/- shall be awarded to the Student of III
B.Sc. (Ag.) who secures the highest marks in the subject 'Pests of field and Horticultural
crops'.
          b) A Book prize to the value of Rs.190/- shall be awarded to the student of III
B.Sc. (Ag.) (Part III - B) student who secures the highest marks in the subject 'Grain
Crops'.
           c) A Book prize to the value of Rs.190/- shall be awarded to the student of III
B.Sc. (Ag.) who secures the highest marks in the subject 'Fundamentals of Horticulture
and Pomology.'
           d) A Book prize to the value of Rs.190/- shall be awarded to the student of IV
B.Sc. (Ag.) who secures the highest marks in the subject 'Plant Breeding'.
         e) A Book prize to the value of Rs.190/- shall be awarded to the student of IV
B.Sc. (Ag.) who secures the highest marks in the subject 'Economics of Farm
Management and Farm Financial Management'.
          iii. The above prizes shall be awarded at the Founder's Day Celebrations each
year.
    4. If in any year the amount is not utilized for the award of prizes, the unspent
amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.
                             176. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF
                 THIRU C. MEENAKSHISUNDARAM PILLAI PRIZES ENDOWMENT.
     This Endowment was instituted in memory of Thiru C. Meenakshisundaram Pillai
who was a noted Saivite Scholar of Tirunelveli District and former official of the
erstwhile Government of Madras and had an abiding interest in Thirukkural by Dr. M.
Kuppuswamy, New Delhi an alumni of the Univeristy in the Faculty of Engineering and
Technology, in the year 1988-89.
        1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Thiru C. Meenakshi sundaram Pillai Prize".
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a
Nationalised/Scheduled Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
        3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest of Rs.950/- shall be equally shared and may
be utilized to give one prize for the student who secures 1st rank in M.E. Structural
Engineering and one prize for the student who secures 1st rank in M.E. Geo-Technical
Engineering, provided he passes all the examinations in the first attempt.
          iii. The prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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      177. SRILASRI KASIVASI THIRUPPANANDAL KASIMUTT TAMIL ENDOWMENTS FOR
                   AWARD OF INCENTIVES TO STUDENTS OF M.A.TAMIL
                                                                          Value
1.    The Thiruvalluvar Neethi Nool Prize by His Holiness Srilasri
                                                                       Rs. 3500/-
      Kasivasi Tambiran Swamigal Avl. of Thiruppanandal
2.    Kavichakravarti kambar Memorial Tamil Prize by His Holiness
      Srilasri Kasivasi Swaminatha Tambiran Swamigal Avl. of           Rs. 3000/-
      Thiruppanandal
3.    The Sekkilar Nayanar Memorial Tamil Prize by His Holiness
      Srilasri Kasivasi Swaminatha Tambiran Swamigal Avl. of           Rs. 3500/-
      Thiruppanandal
4.    The Sri Nambiandar Nambi Memorial Panniruthirumurai Prize        Rs. 3000/-
5.    Sri Manickavachaka Swamigal memorial Ahaporul Tamil Prize        Rs. 3000/-
6.    Srilasri Kasivasi Adikumaragurupara Swamigal Memorial Tamil
                                                                       Rs. 3000/-
      Prosody Prize
7.    The Srilasri Kasivasi Chokkalinga Swamigal memorial Rhetoric
                                                                       Rs. 3000/-
      Tamil Prize
8.    The Meikandar Memorial Saiva Siddhanta Sastra Prize              Rs. 3000/-
9.    The Srilasri Kasivasi Adikumaragurupara Swamigal Memorial
      Saiva Siddhanta Sastra Prize by His Holiness Srilasri Kasivasi   Rs.30,000/-
      Swaminatha Tambiran Swamigal Avl. of Thiruppanandal
10.   The Sri Thirugnanasambandamurthy Nayanar Memorial Isai Tamil
      Prize by His Holiness Srilasri Kasivasi Swaminatha Tambiran      Rs.35,500/-
      Swamigal Avl. of Thiruppanandal
11.   Sri Kasivasi Adikumaragurupara Swamigal Memorial Tamil Prize
      by His Holiness Srilasri Kasivasi Swaminatha Tambiran Swamigal   Rs. 3500/-
      Avl. of Thiruppanandal
12.   The Kottaiyur Sri Sivacolundu Desikar Memorial Tiruvachakam
                                                                       Rs. 3000/-
      Prize.
      Total                                                            Rs.97,000/-
     With the concurrence of the Head of the Thiruppanandal Mutt, the above 12
Endowments had been pooled together to award scholarships/ incentives to the M.A.
Tamil Students from out of the interest that may accrue and based on the
recommendations of the Head of the Department of Tamil Studies and Research. The
Scholarships/ Incentives payable to students shall be decided and sanctioned by the
Vice-Chancellor. The above proposal was also approved by the Syndicate in its
Resolution No.26 dated 26-3-1991.     Further the incentives payable to the M.A
Tamil students at Rs 1000/- per annum.
     The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the award and the value of prizes etc., as
circumstances may warrant.
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  178. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SRI VEMBU IYER, SRIMATHI SUBBULAKSHMI AMMAL,
                                MEMORIAL PRIZE
    This endowment was instituted by Sri V.S. Mani Iyer, Githa Press, Trichy in
memory of his parents for the award of Prizes to the meritorious students of B.D.S.
Degree Course every year.
   1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Sri Vembu Iyer Srimathi Subbulakshmi
Ammal Memorial Prize".
     2. The amount of Rs.5000/- shall be invested as a fixed deposit with Public sector
undertakings and Autonomous Board/Corporation of State/Central Governments
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of a Book Prize
to the best outgoing student of M.D.S. (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery) during the M.D.S.
examinations.
     4. The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     5. If in any year the prize is not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


     179. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. K. SACHIDANANDAMURTHY ENDOWMENT.
     This endowment was instituted by Pro-Chancellor, in the name of
Prof. Sachidanandamurthy, Vice-Chairman, UGC on the occasion of his visit to the
University on 20th December 1988 to deliver the 56th Convocation Address.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. K. Sachidanandamurthy Prize
Endowment".
     2. This amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit with the Public
sector undertakings and Autonomous Boards/ Corporation of State/Central
Government securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of cash prizes
under the following conditions.
         iii. One prize to the value of Rs.450/- shall be awarded to a candidate who stood
first in Isaimamani (Veena) in the preliminary & final examinations put together.
         iv. One prize to the value of Rs.450/- shall be awarded to a candidate who stood
first is Isaimamani (Violin) in the preliminary and final examinations put together.
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       v. One prize to the value of Rs.430/- shall be awarded to a student who secures
the highest percentage of marks in the Natanamamani Course.
      4. The above Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     5. If in any year the prizes are not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the amount
shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as the circumstances may
render desirable.


      180. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CHIDAMBARAM DOCTOR PALANI SWAMINATHAN
                               PRIZES ENDOWMENT
     This endowment was instituted by Dr.Mrs.Palani Swaminathan, Chidambaram, on
the occasion of Diamond Jubilee of the University for award of Prizes in the Department
of Medical Education.
     1. This endowment shall be styled as “Chidambaram Doctor Palani Swaminathan
Prizes Endowment”.
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a fixed deposit with the Public
sector undertakings and Autonomous Board/Corporation of State/Central Government
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of Prizes in the
shape of Gold plated Silver medals with Certificates.
         a. One to be awarded to the student who stands first in the Pre-clinical
examinations of MBBS.
           b. Another to a top ranker in the final MBBS examinations.
      4. The above two prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     5. If in any year the prizes are not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the amount
shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


               181. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF RAJAH MUTHIAH MEMORIAL
                        OPEN TENNIS TOURNAMENT ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment of Rs.25,000/- was instituted by Pro-Chancellor, Dr. M.A.M.
Ramaswamy, for the conduct of Rajah Muthiah Memorial Open Tennis Tournament in
the University.
    1. This endowment shall be styled as "Rajah Muthiah Memorial Open Tennis
Tournament Endowment".
    2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested in a fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalized Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
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     3. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the General Funds of the University
being the tied donation amount.
        ii. The balance amount of interest i.e. 2375/- shall be utilised for giving prizes
for the Rajah Muthiah Memorial Open Tennis Tournament conducted every year in the
University.
     4. If in any year the prizes are not given, the unexpended interest shall be carried
to the next year for the award of prizes.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of award as the circumstances may render
desirable.


          182. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SWAMI SAHAJANANDA ENDOWMENT
     This endowment was instituted by the Nandanar Kalvi Kazhagam, Chidambaram
on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations of the Annamalai Universtiy for
the award of prizes to the SC students of the University.
     1. This endowment shall be styled as "Swami Sahajananda Prizes Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit with Public sector
undertakings and Autonomous Boards/Corporation of the State/Central Government
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of a Gold Medal
Prize to a student belonging to SC securing the highest percentage of marks in the I &
11 year examinations of M.A. Degree Course in Tamil among the SC students studying
the course.
     If no SC student is on the rolls of M.A. Degree Course in Tamil in any Particular
year, the goldmedal shall be awarded to an SC student studying M.A. Degree Course in
English or Economics Securing the highest Percentage of marks in I& II year
examinations put together.
     4. The prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     5. If in any year the prize is not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.
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                            183. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF
            M/s. WIPRO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LTD., MADRAS, ENDOWMENT
      This Endowment was instituted by M/s. Wipro Information Technology Ltd.,
Madras on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of Annamalai University for the award
of Prizes in the Department of Computer Sciences & Engineering.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Wipro Information Technology Ltd.,
Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested as a fixed deposit with Public
sector undertakings and Autonomous Boards/Corporations of the State/Central
Government securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
          ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award to the following
prizes.
         a. One Prize to the value of Rs.1000/- shall be awarded to a student who
submits the best Project work in M.C.A. course. The prize shall be awarded at the time
of Convocation.
          b. One Prize to the value of Rs.1000/- shall be awarded to the I Rank student
of M.C.A. course. The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation.
          c. One Book Prize to the value of Rs.300/- shall be awarded to a student who
secures highest percentage of marks in I year M.C.A. examinations. The Prize shall be
awarded at the time of Founder's Day.
          d. One Book Prize to the value of Rs.360/- shall be awarded to a student who
secures highest percentage of marks in II year M.C.A. course and the student should
have passed all the papers in First & Second year in one attempt. The prize shall be
awarded at the time of the Convocation.
     4. If in any year the Prize is not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund-.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.
                   184. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF NAWAB RAJAMANICKAM
                           TAMIL DRAMATIC SOCIETY ENDOWMENT
     1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Nawab Rajamanikam Tamil Dramatic
Society Endowment".
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000 shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the conduct of a series of
three lectures on Tamil Drama.
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       iii. The person who delivers the lectures shall be appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor in consultation with the Head of the Department of Tamil Studies &
Research.
      iv. When a Lecture is arranged, a sum of Rs.700 shall be paid to the Lecturer as
honorarium inclusive of T.A. The Lecture shall be treated as the Guest of the University.
    4. If in any year the lectures could not be conducted for unforeseen reasons, the
same shall be conducted during the subsequent year.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the Power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


     185. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF Dr. M.R. MADHAVAN SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. M.R.Madhavan Scholarship
Endowment" in the Department of Economics.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows.
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of scholarship
to a poor and deserving student of II Year M.A. Economics from the weaker sections of
society of a household below the poverty line irrespective of his enjoying any other
scholarship whose performance in the I year M.A. examination is above average
(securing more than 50% marks) by the Vice-Chancellor based on the recommendations
of the Head of the Department of Economics.
         iii. The Scholarship shall be awarded annually @ Rs.900/- p. a.
      iv. If in any year the Scholarship is not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the
unspent amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the award as circumstances may render desirable.

         186. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HON'BLE JUSTIC S. MOHAN ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment was founded by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy Founder Pro-Chancellor
in honour of the visit of Hon'ble Thiru Justice S. Mohan to the University on 30th
September, 1989, for delivering the 54th Founder's Day Commemoration Address.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Thiru Justice S. Mohan Endowment."
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest securing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
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       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for award of a Gold
Medal/Prize to the value of Rs.950/- to the best outgoing student to B.E. Computer
Science who secures the I Rank in B.E. Computer Science.
      iii. The prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year as Justice
Mohan Gold Medal.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         187. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. R. SATHIYANATHEIR ENDOWMENT
    This Endowment was instituted by Professor R. Sathiayanatheir Commemoration
Committee in the name of Prof R. Sathiyanatheir, formerly Professor and Head of the
Department of History and Politics of our University.
      1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. R. Sathiyanatheir Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in any Public
sector undertakings/Corporation State/ Central Board securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for arranging a series of
lectures called "Professor R. Sathiyanatheir Endowment lectures."
        iii. The lecturs shall pertain to the themes on History of India, Indology and
Political Science in that order of preference.
       iv. A series of two or three lectures shall be caused to be delivered annually by
an eminent scholar or outstanding teacher or researcher of established reputation, in
the above mentioned subjects. The person who delivers lectures shall be appointed by
the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Heads of Departments of History
and Political Science.
       v. When a lecture is arranged, a sum of Rs.2,000/- shall be paid to the Lecturer
as honorarium inclusive of T.A. The Lecturer shall be treated as the Guest of the
University.
       vi. The balance amount of Rs.375/- shall be utilised for printing of the Lectures
and copies distributed free of cost to those persons as recommended by the Heads of
the Departments of History & Political Science.
    4. If in any year the Lectures could not be conducted for unforeseen reasons, the
same shall be conducted during the subsequent year.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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         188. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF Vi MICRO SYSTEMS PVT. LTD. ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment was instituted by M/s. Vi–Micro Systems Pvt. Limited Company,
Madras in our University on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations of the
University for providing scholarships to the B.E. Computer Science & Engineering
students.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Vi–Micro Systems Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.5000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in any Transport
Corporation or Public sector undertakings State/Central Board securing the highest
rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of scholarship
to any one poor and deserving student of B.E. Computer Course. The candidate should
not be in receipt of any other scholarship. Also he should have passed the previous
Examination in first class (60%). The first scholarship is to be awarded to the student in
the second year and continued for the succeeding years also if the candidate is able to
maintain 60% of marks without arrears. It shall be competent to the Vice-Chancellor to
award scholarship to students of B.E. Computer Science as recommended by the Dean,
Faculty of Engineering & Technology in consultation with the Head of the Department
of Computer Science.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment.


         189. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF MAYOR RADHAKRISHNA PILLAI ENDOWMENT
     This endowment was founded by Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy in the
name of Mayor Radhakrishna Pillai, father of Thiru M. Gopalakrishnan, Chairman and
Managing Director, Indian Bank on the occasion of his visit to the University on 5th
August, 1989 to deliver the Commemoration Address on the 85th Birthday Celebrations
of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor, Padma Bhushan Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar
and the inauguration of the Fourth year activities of the Rajah Muthiah Muthamizh
Manram.
     1. This endowment shall be styled as "Mayor Radhakrishna Pillai endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term deposit in a Public
sector undertakings/Transport Corporation/Autonomous Boards/Corporation or State/
Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of Prizes in the
form of Silver Medals with Certificates.
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           a. One to be awarded to the top ranker in M.A. Applied Economics.
           b. One to be awarded to the top ranker in M.Com. with Banking
specialisation.
           c. One to be awarded to the top ranker in MBA.
      4. The value of each prize will be Rs.425/-.
      5. All the above prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     6. If in any year the prizes are not awarded, the unspent balance shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     7. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the Endowment, if the circumstances may
render desirable.


            190. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. P.C. ALEXANDER ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment founded by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Fcunder Pro-Chancellor, in
honour of the visit of His Excellency Dr. P.C. Alexander, Governor of Tamilnadu on the
occasion of the inauguration of Rajah Muthiah Institute of Health Sciences on 28-4-
1989.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "His Excellency Dr. P.C. Alexander, Governor
of Tamilnadu Endowment".
    2. The amount of Rs. 30,000/- shall be invested in a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
    i. 5% of the interest shall be added to the University General Fund being the tied
donation fund.
     ii. The balance amount of interest i.e. Rs.2,850/- shall be equally divided each for
award of prizes in i) the Department of History (ii) the Department of Political Science
and (iii) for public speaking in English.
     iii. The Prize in the Department of History shall be awarded in the form of gold
medal to the value of Rs. 950/- to the best outgoing student of M.A. History and who
secures the highest marks in World History Paper I & II put together.
     iv. The Prize in the Department of Political Science shall be awarded in the form of
Gold Medal to the value of Rs. 950/- to the best outgoing student of M.A. Political
Science and who secures the highest percentage of marks in the paper "Indian
Government and Politics."
      v. The above two prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     vi. The remaining amount of Rs. 950/- shall be utilised (for the award of two prizes
to students of the University who are adjudged as best in Public Speaking in English in
a competition arranged specially for this purpose. The prizes shall be awarded in the
form of books, or cash prize to two students who secure I and II places. The value of I
prize shall be Rs.600/- and the II Prize Rs.350/- in the competition. The prizes shall be
awarded at the time of Founder's day.
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     4. The unspent interest amount if any in the year shall be added to the corpus of
the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and condition of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.
                 191. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AUETAA ENDOWMENT
     This amount of Rs.60,000/- was donated by the Annamalai University Engineering
and Technology Alumni Association as a token of gratitude and love to the Institution or
the occasion of Diamond Jubilee for the creation of an Endowment in the Faculty of
Engineering and Technology of our University.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Annamalai University Engineering &
Technology Alumni Association Scholarship Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.60,000/- shall be invested a fixed deposit in a Transport
Corporation/Public sector undertakings State/Central securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be divided equally among the nine
Departments of Study comprising the Faculty of Engineering and Technology for
awarding nine Scholarships to one student each in the following branches of B.E. every
year and B. Pharmacy.
       a) Civil b) Structural c) Mechanical d) Manufacturing e) Electrical
f) Instrumentation g) Computer Sciences h) Technology and i) Pharmacy. The
Scholarship shall be awarded to the poor and deserving students and those who are not
in receipt of any other financial assistance. The Dean, Faculty of Engineering and
Technology in consultation with the Heads of Departments concerned shall recommend
the students for the award of Scholarship. The value of scholarship shall be Rs.885/-
(approximately) per student every year. The award of Scholarship shall be approved by
the Vice-Chancellor.
     4. The Syndicate shall at the end of each year, communicate to the Donor or to his
successors in interest the name and address of the awardees and the amount of the
scholarship.
     5. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    6. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


             192. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. N. GANESAN ENDOWMENT
    This Endowment was instituted by the staff members of the Department of
Mathematics of Annamalai University in the name of Prof. N.Ganesan, Retired Professor
of Mathematics Wing of DDE in appreciation of his long and dedicated services in the
University.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Prof N. Ganesan Prizes Endowment".
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     2. The amount of Rs.5000/- shall be invested as a long term deposit in any
Transport Corporation/Public sector undertakings/State or Central Board securing the
highest rate of interest payable annually.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows-
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for awarding two books prizes
on the following conditions.
          a. One book prize to the value of Rs.300/- shall be awarded at the time of
Convocation to the student of M.Sc. (Mathematics) in the Department of Mathematics
who has passed all the papers of M.Sc. (Mathematics) in the first attempt and has
secured the highest marks in the subject Algebra during I and II Semester put together.
          b. Another book prize to the value of Rs.375/- shall be awarded at the time of
Convocation to the first rank student of the M. Sc. (Mathematics) of the previous year in
the Directorate of Distance Education.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.

      193. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. GOVINDAN EXCELLENCE IN GENETICS PRIZE
      This amount of Rs.15,000/- was donated by Prof. K. Sankaranarayanan,
Netherlands for creation of a Prizes Endowment in the name of his Teacher Dr. P.
Govindan, former Professor and Head of the Department of Zoology of the University,
titled "Prof. P. Govindan Excellence in Genetics Prize".
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. P. Govindan Excellence in Genetics
Prize".
    2. The amount of Rs.15,000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for awarding two Gold Medals
to the value of Rs.995/- each to the best students in M.Sc. Zoology scoring a first class in
M.Sc. Degree Examination of the year without failing in any of the papers of I & II Year
and getting the first two highest marks(for two candidates) in Genetics paper from
among the candidates appearing for the final University Examinations of the year.
      iii. The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year as "Prof. P.
Govindan Excellence Genetics Prize".
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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         194. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENGINEER M.S. ABDUL SALAM MEMORIAL
                             SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
     This amount of Rs.10,000/- was donated by Mr. A. Shajahan Sait, Arakandanallur
for creation of a Scholarship Endowment in the name of his father Late M.S. Abdul
Salam, titled "Engineer M.S. Abdul Salam Memorial Scholarship Endowment".
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Engineer M.S. Abdul Salam Memorial
Scholarship Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in a Transport
Corporation/Public sector undertakings State/Central securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for awarding scholarship to
the poor and deserving students one each from the B.E. Civil course and B.E.
Structural course respectively. The students of the B.E. Civil and B.E. Structural will be
eligible for the award of scholarship from II year onwards. The students will be awarded
scholarship based on the recommendations of the Heads of the Departments of Civil &
Structural Engineering and the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology. The value
of Scholarship shall be Rs.665/- each. (Approximately)
         iii. The scholarship shall be awarded each year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms of
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


 195. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIRUVARUR M. RAMASWAMY CHETTIAR ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment was founded by Dr. K.R.Natarajan Professor of Bio-Chemistry,
Department of Chemistry, Annamalai University, in memory of his father Late
Thiruvarur Ramaswamy Chettiar.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Thiruvarur Ramaswamy Chettiar Prizes
Endowment".
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount shall be equally divided and utilised for the award of
medals or books to the best outgoing students obtaining highest marks in the
University Examinations without any failure in the following Post-graduate Courses.
           a. M.A Economics.
           b. M.A. English Literature.
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            c. M.Sc. Chemistry (Any one branch by rotation Organic Chemistry, In-
         organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry)
            d. M.Sc. Bio-Chemistry.
       iii. The Prize/Medals shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year as
"Thiruvarur Ramaswamy Chettiar Prize".
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


  196. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. K.S. SONACHALAM LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
     This Endowment was instituted to commemorate the memory of Late Prof. K.S.
Sonachalam, former Professor and Head of the Department of Economics in the
Annamalai University for more than a decade and marked by his contribution to
teaching and Research.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. K.S. Sonachalam lectureship
Endowment".
      2. The amount of Rs.10,452/- shall be invested as a fixed deposit in a Transport
Corporation/Public sector undertakings State/Central Board securing the highest rate
of interest payable annually.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for Endowment Lectures by a
Professor of eminence for the benefit of students of M.A. (Economics) and M.A. (Applied
Economics) or utilised to organise a Seminar on Applied Research every year.
       iii. The theme of the Lecture shall be (a) Economic Development or (b) Rural
Development.
       iv. The lecturer appointed for delivering the Endowment Lectures shall be paid a
honorarium of Rs.1,200/- inclusive of TA/DA. In case a Seminar is organised a sum of
Rs.1,300/- may be set apart for the purpose.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall the have power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


      197. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SUNDERESWARI MUTHUTHAMBY MEMORIAL PRIZE
    This Endowment was instituted by Sri Jayantha, Srilanka in the Department of
Music of the University in the name of "Sundereswari Muthuthamby Memorial Prize" in
memory of his mother who was an old student in the Department of Music.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Sundereswari Muthuthamby Memorial
Prize".
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     2. The amount of Rs.12,607/- ($ 700) shall be invested in a Transport
Corporation/Public sector undertakings/State or Central Board as a long term deposit
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the award of scholarship to
two deserving students from Srilanka undergoing Isaikalaimani/Isai Chelvamani/Natya
Kalaimani courses. The Scholarship shall be payable to the students annually based on
the recommendations of the Head of the Department of Music. The award of scholarship
shall be decided by the Head of the Department of Music based on the performance of the
students in the Class work and sanctioned by the Vice-Chancellor.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund so that the amount of scholarship payable could be raised.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


    198. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. K. ANBAZHAGAN LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
     This amount of Rs.10,000/- was donated by Pro-Chancellor for the creation of an
endowment in the name of Dr. K. Anbazhagan, Hon'ble Minister for Education,
Government of Tamilnadu, on the occasion of his visit to the University on 13.11.1989
to deliver the 57th Convocation address.
    1. This endowment shall be styled as "Prof. K. Anbazhagan lectureship
Endowment"
     2. The amount of Rs.10,00O/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in a Transport
Corporation/Public sector undertakings State/Central securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i. 5% of interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the tied
donation fund.
      ii. The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for the conduct of Special
Lectures in the Department of Tamil Studies and Research on the theme "jkpHh; tuyhw;W
Ma;tpy; g[jpa cz;ikf sÑ.”
      iii. The lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation
of the Head of the Department of Tamil Studies and Reseach. The Lecturer shall be paid
an honorarium of Rs.1000/- inclusive of TA/DA. The Lecturer shall also be treated as
the Guest of the University during the period of his stay in the campus.
       iv. The balance amount of interest i.e. Rs.330/- shall be utilised for printing of
lectures.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added io
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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           199. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENDOWMENTS IN THE NAMES OF
                       FIVE GREAT EMINENT TAMIL SCHOLARS
     On the occasion of the inaugural function of the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations on
17th April 1989, the following endowments in the names of five great Tamil Scholars
were created from the donations received from the Alumni, Industrialists and other
Tamil Scholars and were inaugurated at a function by the Hon'ble Prof K. Anbazhagan,
Minister for Education, Government of Tamilnadu in the presence of our Pro-
Chancellor.
       1. Prof L.P. KR. Ramanathan Chettiar
       2. Dr. V. Sp. Manickam
       3. Dr. A. Chidambaranathan Chettiar
       4. Panditha Mani M. Kathiresan Chettiar
       5. Thiru N.M. Venkatasamy Nattar
    1. The prizes shall be styled after the names of the respective distinguished Tamil
Scholars, as above. The value of the endowments are as detailed below:
1. Prof L.P. KR. Ramanathan Chettiar Lectureship Endowment               Rs.   38,100/-
2. Dr. V. Sp. Manickam Lectureship Endowment                             Rs.   26,000/-
3. Dr. A. Chidambaranathan Chettiar Lectureship Endowment                Rs.   26,000/-
4. Panditha Mani M.Kathiresan Chettiar Lectureship Endowment             Rs.   26,000/-
5. Thiru N.M. Venkatasamy Nattar Lectureship Endowment                   Rs.   12,000/-
                              Total                                   Rs.1,28,100/-
      2. The amount shall be invested as a long term deposit in a Transport
Corporation/Public sector undertakings State/ Central Board securing the highest rate
of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accrued on the respective endowments shall be utilised according
to the conditions laid under the respective endowments.
       i. 5% of interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the tied
donation fund.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the interest amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate Shall have the Power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.

1. Prof, L.P. KR. Ramanathan Chettiar Lectureship Endowment:
     The interest accrued on this endowment shall be utilised for conduct of
endowment lectures in the Department of Tamil Studies and Research/Music. The title
of the lecture should be on Muthamizh. The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor in consultation with the Heads of the Departments of Tamil Studies and
Research and Music.
    The Lecturer shall be paid an honorarium of Rs.2500/- besides the payment of
TA/DA to the lecturer as per University Rules.
    A sum of Rs.500/- shall be set apart towards the contingent expenses in
connection with the arrangement of Endowment lectures.
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      The balance amount available shall be utilised for the printing of lectures and
distributed at free of cost to the person/institution as recommended by the Heads of
Departments of Tamil Studies and Research and Music.
2. Dr. V. Sp. Manickam Lectureship Endowment:
     The interest accrued on this endowment shall be utilised for conduct of
endowment lectures in the Department of Tamil Studies and Research. The Lecturer
shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Heads of the
Department of Tamil Studies and Research.
     A course of three lectures on "Tamil Vazhi Kalvi" shall be delivered by the lecturer.
     The lecturer shall be paid an honorarium of Rs.1,500/-apart from the payment of
TA/DA as per University Rules. A sum of Rs.500/- shall be set apart towards
contingent expenses for organising the endowment lectures.
     The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for printing of lectures.
3. Dr.A.Chidambaranathan Chettiar Lectureship Endowment :
     The interest accrued on this endowment shall be utilized for the conduct of
endowment lectures in the Department of Tamil Studies and Research. A series of
three lectures on “cyf bkhHpfSld; jkpH; bkhHpapd; xg;gPL my;yJ jkpHpy; bra;a[s;
,yf;fpa';fs; ahg;gpyf;fz';fs;.”
    The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Syndicate on the recommendations of the
Head of the Department of Tamil Studies and Research.
     The Lecturer shall be paid an honorarium of Rs.1,500 apart from the payment
TA/DA as per University Rules. A sum of Rs.500/- shall be set apart towards
contingent expenses for organizing endowment lectures.
     The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for printing of lectures.
4. Panditha Mani M.Kathiresan Chettiar Lectureship Endowment.
     The interest accrued every year on this endowment shall be utilized for the
conduct of endowment lectures in the Department of Tamil Studies and Research. A
series of three lectures on “jkpHpy; bkhHp bgah;g;g[ ,yf;fpa';fs;” shall be delivered.
     The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of
the Head of the Department of Tamil Studies and Research.
     The Lecturer shall be paid an honorarium of Rs.1,500/- apart from the payment of
TA/DA as per University Rules. A sum of Rs.500/- shall be set apart towards
contingent expenses or organizing endowment lectures.
     The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for printing of lectures.
5. Thiru.N.M.Venkatasamy Nattar Lectureship Endowment.
     The interest accrued every year on this endowment shall be utilized for the
conduct of endowment lectures in the Department of Tamil Studies and Research. A
series of tow lectures shall be delivered on “ciuahrphpah;fs;”. The lecture shall be
appointed by the Vice-Chancellor.
     The Lecturer shall be paid an honorarium of Rs.1,000/- inclusive of TA/DA. A
sum of Rs.200/- shall be set apart towards contingent expenses for the conduct of
lectures.
     The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for printing of lectures.
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 200. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. NAVALAR SOMASUNDARA BHARATIAR ENDOWMENT
                            (Senate dated 31-10-1991)
    The amount of Rs.10,000/- was donatedby Dr.Tmt. Lalitha Kameswaran, Vice-
Chancellor, Dr. M.G.R. Medical University for the creation of an endowment in the
University in the name of the father Dr.Navelar Somasundara Bharathair.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as “Dr. Navalar Somasundara Bharathiar
Endowment”.
      2. The Endowment amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in
Transport Corporation/ Public Sector undertakings State/Central securing the highest
of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be vredited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for awarding a Gold Medal to
the value of Rs.1330/- to a student who secures highest average marks in all Surgery
and Obstetrics & Gynaecology and should have passed all the other subjects in first
asttempt.
       iii) The Medal shall be awearded at the time of Convecation every year as
“Dr. Navalar Somasunara Bharathiar Medal”.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the terms ans conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


      201. HON’BLE DR. DATTO SAMYVELLU ENDOWMENT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF
                    SCIENTFIC TAMIL IN THE ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY
                               (Senate dated. 31-10-1991)
     This Endowment of Rs.1 Lakh was instituted by Hon’ble Dr.Datto Samyvellu,
Minister for Energy, Telecommunications and Post, Government of Malaysia, on the
occasion of the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations of the University for the utilisation of the
development of Scientific Tamil in the University.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as “Hon’ble Dr.Datto Samyvellu Endowment”.
     2. The amount of Rs. 1 Lakh shall be invested as a fixed deposit with Public Sector
undertakings and Autonomous Boards/Corporations of the State/ Central Government
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
       a) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       b) i) The balance amount of interest shall be utilised as financial assitance to
writers of books or beouchers relating to Scientific topics in Tamil language in the
Faculties of Science, Engineering & technology, Agriculture, Medicine and Dentistry.
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          ii) The monetory financial ais to be given to the Authors shall be based upon
the level of work (Under Graduate / Post–Graduate / Research) and the numberof pages
of the material. The choice of books and brouchers to be rewarded will be made giving
preference to the writing of Text-books in Tamil at the Under-graduate / Post-graduate
level or for publication of Doctoral Research Thesis.
       iii) A Sub–committee will be constituted every year by the Vice-Chancellor for
purposes of selecting the manuscript copy of the books and brouchers to be rewarded
under the scheme and the amount of remuneration payable will also be added by the
Committee.
        iv) Proposals shall be invited every year in the month of January through
advertisements from the Teachers of the Universities in Tamil Nadu for writing books
and brouchers specifying the synopsis under the scheme to avail of this award.
    4. If any year the financial aid is not rewarded for unfore-seen reasons, the
unspent amount shall be utilised during the next year for this purpose.
     5. The Syndicate of Annamalai University shall have power to make such changes
in the terms and conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may render disrable.


         202. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF JUSTICE THIRU.V.RATHINAM ENDOWMENT
                              (Senate dated. 28-03-1992)
     This Endowment founded by Dr.M.A.M.Ramaswamy, Pro-Chancellor, in honour of
the visit of Justice Thiru. V.Rathinam, Judge, High Court of Madras on the occasion of
the 86th Birthday Celebrations of the Second Founder Pro-Chancellor, Padma Bushan
Dr.Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar, to deliver the Commemoration address.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as “Hon’ble Justice V.Rathinam Endowment”.
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
public sector undertaking / Transport Corporation / Autonomous Boards / Corporation
of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 5 % of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
     tied donation Fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of incentives
     Rs.665/- each to two students of the Department of Music. The awardees shall be
     decided by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Head of the
     Department of Music.
    4. If in any year the incentives are not awarded, the unspent balance shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment, if the circumstances may
render desirable.
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          203. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CHELLAMMAL SARAVANAN MUDALIAR
                  BOOK PRIZE ENDOWMENT (Senate dated. 28-03-1992)
     This endowment was instituted by Dr.S.Sathiavakesa Professor of Opthomology,
Rajah Muthiah Medical College & Hospital in the name of his mother Tmt.Chellammal
for the award of Book Prize to the best outgoing M.B.B.S. Student in the subject
Ophthalmology.
    1. This endowment shall be styled as “Chellamal Saravanan Mudaliar prize in
Optholmology” in the Department of Medical Education.
     2. The amount of Rs.5,000/- shall be invested as a fixed deposit with public sector
undertakings and Autonomous Boards / Corporation of State / Central Governments
securing the higher rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of a Book prize
to the best outgoing student of M.B.B.S. securing the highest marks (aggregate of the
theory + Clinical + oral) in the University Examination. The recipient of the Prizes
should not have failed in any subject during the course.
    4 The Prize shall be awarded at the time of the Birthday of Second Founder Pro-
Chancellor Dr.Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar duly mentioning the name of the donor.
     5. If in any year the prize is not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai Unversity shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


  204. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIRU.V.S.RAMALINGAM PILLAI PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                            (Senate dated 28-03-1992)
      The amount of Rs.5,000/- donated by Thiru. V.S. Ramalingam Pillai for the
creation of an endowment for award of prizes in the name of Thiru.V.S.Ramalingam
Pillai” in the Faculty of Agriculture.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as “Thiru.V.S.Ramalingam Pillai Prizes
Endowment”
     2. The endowment amount of Rs.5,000/- shall be invested as a fixed Deposit in
any Transport Corporation / Public sector undertaking / State or Central governments
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation amount.
      ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized awarding a Medal to a
student who secures highest marks in Plant breeding course.
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       iii) The Medal shall be awarded to the student at the time of Annual Convocation
every year as “Thiru.V.S.Ramalingam Pillai Endowment Prize”. The value of Medal shall
be Rs.665/-.
     4. If in any year the award is not utilized the amount shall be added to the corpus
of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai Unversity shall have power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


             205. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PADMASHRI ISAI PERARIGNAR
                 DR.SEERKAZHI S.GOVINDARAJAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                             (Senate dated 28-03-1992)
     The amount of Rs.20,000/- was donated by Dr.Seerkazhi G.Siva Chidambaram as
announced by him at the meeting the Senate held on 31.10.1991 to commemorate the
61st    Birthday   Manivizha     Celebrations    of   the   Founder Pro-Chancellor
Dr.M.A.M.Ramaswamy, towards creation of an Endowment in memory of his great
father Padmashri Isai Perarignar Dr. Seerkazhi S. Govindarajan.
    1. This endowment shall be styled as “Padmashri Seerkazhi Govindarajan Prizes
Endowment”
     2. The endowment of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Transport Corporation / Public Sector Undertakings / State or Central governments
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows.
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of two Gold Medals
at the value of Rs.1,330/- each.
          a) One Medal shall be awarded to the best outgoing final year student of the
Music College based on the performance in the practical examinations.
          b) One Medal shall be awarded to a student of M.B.B.S. for his excellence in
Fine Arts which shall be adjudged by a committee consisting of the Deans of Faculties
of Medicine and Fine Arts and with the Co-operation of another Senior Member of the
Faculty.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.
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           206. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR.V.SIVASUBRAMANIAN ENDOWMENT
                              ( Senate dated 28-03-1992)
     The amount of Rs.5,000/- was donated by the Genetics Society, Faculty of
Agriculture of the University for the creation of an Endowment in the name of
Dr.V.Sivasubramanian.
       1. The Endowment shall be styled as “Dr.V.Sivasubramanian Prizes Endowment”
     2. The Endowment of Rs.5,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a
Transport corporation / Public Sector Undertakings / State or Central governments
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows.
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding a Medal to a
student, who secures the highest marks in Quantitive Genetics of M.Sc(Ag.) Genetics
and Plant Breeding Course. The Value of the Medal shall be Rs.665/-
       iii) The Medal Shall be awarded to the student at the time of Annual convocation
every year as “Dr.V.Sivasubramanian Medal for Quantitative Genetics”.
     4. If in any year the award is not utilized, the amount shall be added to the corpus
of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai Unversity shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.

      207. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR.V.SIVASUBRAMANIAN ENDOWMENT PRIZE FOR
       THE BEST M.Sc. THESIS IN M.Sc. (AG.) GENETICS AND PLANT BREEDING COURSE
                                (Senate dated 28-03-1992)
    The amount of Rs. 5,000/- was donated by Messrs. V. Maruthavanan.
Muthuvelayutham, S. Manivannan. and V.M. Ganapathy on behalf of Veeranam Ayacut
Farmers for the creation of an endowment in the name of Dr. V. Sivasubramanian.
       1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr. V. Sivasubramanian Endowment Prize".
     2. The endowment amount of Rs.5.000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Transport Corporation/ Public Sector Undertakings State or Central governments
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding a Medal to a
student, who secures the highest marks in the best M.Sc. Thesis in M.Sc. (Ag.) Genetics
and Plant Breeding Course. The value of the Medal shall be Rs.665/.
       iii) The Medal shall be awarded to the student at the time of Annual Convocation
every year as "Dr.V. Sivasubramanian Endowment Prize",
     4. If in any year the award is not utilized, the amount shall be added to the corpus
of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University- shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.
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         208. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF JUSTICE THIRU S. NATARAJAN ENDOWMENT
                                (Senate dated 28-03-1992)
    This amount of Rs.10,000/. was donated by Pro-Chancellor for the creation of an
endowment in the name of Hon' ble Justice Thiru S. Natarajan, Retd., Judge, Supreme
Court of India, on the occasion of his visit to the University on 5.10.90 to deliver the
Founder's Day Commemoration address.
     1. The Endowment shall be styled as “Justice S.Natarajan. prizes Endowment”.
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in a Transport
Corporation / Public Sector undertakings, State or Central governments securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of interest shall be credited to the University General Fund,being the tied
donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of incentives to
two students of the Department of Sanskrit at the rate of Rs. 665/-each. The awardees
shall be decided by the Vice-Chancellor based on the recommendations of the Head of
the Department of Sanskrit.
     4. If in any year the incentive is not awarded, the unspent amount shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


  209. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PADMASHRI DR. K. J. JESUDOSS PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                             (Senate dated 28-03-1992)
     This amount of Rs. 10,000/- was donated by Padmashri Dr. K. J. Jesudoss on the
occasion of the 6th Anniversary of the Rajah Muthiah Muthamizh Manram, towards the
creation of an endowment in this University in his name for the award of a prize to a
meritorious final year student of the Isaikalaimani (Vocal).
     1.This Endowment shall be styled as "Padmashri Dr. K. J. Jesudoss Endowment".
     2.The Endowment amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Transport Corporation / Public Sector Undertakings State or Central governments
securing the highest rate of interest annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of a Prize in the
form of a Thambura Instrument to a meritorious final year student of Isaikalaimani,
(Vocal) who may be adjudged as the best student by conducting a Stage test. The test
may be adjudged by a panel of 3 judges one of whom may be the Head of the
Department of Music and two others who are well versed in Music. The Vice-Chancellor
shall appoint the Judges.
      iii) The Prize may be awarded on the day of the Birthday Celebrations of Founder
Pro-Chancellor Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar arranged by the University.
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     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to make such-changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


          210. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. LALITHA KAMESWARAN ENDOWMENT
                               (Senate dated 28-03-1992)
    This amount of Rs. 10,000/- was donated by Pro-Chancellor for the creation of an
endowment in the name of Dr. Lalitha Kameswaran, Vice-Chancellor, M.G.R. Medical
University on the occasion of her visit to the University to declare open the Out-Patient
Complex of the Rajah Muthiah Medical College & Hospital.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Dr. Lalitha Kameswaran Prizes
Endowment".
     2. The Endowment amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Transport Corporation/Public Sector Undertakings State/Central securing the highest
rate of interest payable annually.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of a Gold
Medal to the best outgoing student of M.B.B.S. obtaining highest marks in the
University Examinations without any failures. The value of medal shall be Rs.1,330/-.
         iii) The Medal shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


      211. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. K. MEENAKSHI SUNDARANAR LECTURESHIP
                         ENDOWMENT (Senate dated 28-03-1992)
    This amount of Rs.10,000/- was donated by Prof K. Meenakshi Sundaranar
Manivizha Kuzhu towards the creation of an endowment in the name of Prof. K.
Meenakshi Sundaranar in the University for the conduct of Lectures in Tamil.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as “Prof. K.Meenakshisundaranar Lectureship
Endowment”.
     2. The endowment amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Transport Corporation Public Sector Undertakings State/Central governments securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited, to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
      ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the conduct of Lectures in
Tamil in the fields of Medicine, Engineering & Technology, Agriculture, Physics,
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Chemistry, Tamil, Linguistics etc. every year in rotation. The endowment lectures shall
be arranged by the Department of Tamil Studies and research and in consultation with
the Head of the Department of Study concerned. Experts in the particular field who can
deliver the lectures in Tamil alone shall be invited to deliver the lectures. The Experts in
respective fields should be invited, and the lectures be arranged by the Department of
Tamil Studies and Research. As far as possible the lectures shall be arranged during
July/August every year. The Lectures shall be recent discoveries in the connected
disciplines.
       iii) The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the
recommendations of the respective Head of the Department and by the Head of the
Department of Tamil Studies and Research. The Lecture shall be paid an honorarium of
Rs.1,000/- inclusive of TA/DA. The Lecturer shall be treated as the Guest of the
University during the period of his stay in the Campus.
       iv) The Lecturer shall be required to submit a copy of the lectures to the
University.
      v) The balance amount of interest i.e. Rs. 330/-shall be utilized for expenses in
connection with the arrangement of the Lectures.
     3. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


   212. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "CAPT. DR. J.S. GANGADHARAN MEMORIAL AWARD"
                            (Senate dated 28-03-1992)
    This amount of Rs.10,000/- was donated by Dr. J.G. Kannappan, Professor of
Orthodontia and Principal, Madras Dental College towards the creation of an
endowment in this University in the name of his father Capt. Dr. J.S. Gangadharan for
award of Prizes to the best outgoing student of B.D.S.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Capt Dr. J.S. Gangadharan Memorial
Award".
     2. The endowment amount of Rs. 10,000/- Shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Transport Corporation / Public Sector Undertakings State/Central securing the highest
rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for an annual award of a Gold
Medal to the best outgoing student who secures the highest marks in Orthodontia at
the Final B.D.S. Examinations of the University and without any failures in the
previous years examinations. The value of the Medal shall be Rs.1,330/-. A certificate of
merit shall also be awarded, to the student, which shall carry the Passport Size
Photograph of Capt. Dr. J S. Gangadharan along with the University Monogram.
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       iii) The Medal shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year as "Capt.
Dr. J.S. Gangadharan Memorial Medal".
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


           213. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF VICE-CHANCELLOR DIWAN BAHADUR
               T.M. NARAYANASWAMY PILLAI BIRTH CENTENARY ENDOWMENT
                              (Senate dated 13-12-1992)
    This Endowment was founded by the Diwan Bahadur T.M. Narayanaswamy Pillai
Centenary Celebrations Committee in the University in the name of the Former Vice-
Chancellor Diwan Bahadur T.M. Narayanaswamy Pillai.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "The Vice-Chancellor Diwan Bahadur T.M.
Narayanaswamy Pillai Birth Centenary Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as a long term deposit in a Public
Sector Undertaking/ Transport Corporation/Autonomous Board/Corporation or State
or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows;-
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Funds being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for arranging a series of
lectures and prize called ''The Diwan Babadur T.M. Narayanaswamy Pillai Memorial
Lectures & Prizes".
           a) A series of two lectures shall be caused to be delivered annually by an
eminent Scholar or outstanding teacher or researcher of established reputation in the
Department of Tamil Studies and Research/ Dept. of Music, on the theme "Religion" or
"Tamil Isai". The person who delivers the lectures  shall be appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor on the recommendations of ths Head of the Department of Tamil Studies
and Research and the Head of the Dept. of Music.
          b) When a lecture is arranged, a sum of Rs. 2000/-shall be paid to the
Lecturer as honorarium inclusive of TA/DA. The Lecturer shall be treated as the Guest of
this University.
          c) A sum of Rs.825/- shall be set apart for the printing of the Lectures and
copies distributed free of cost to the persons recommended by the Head of the Dept. of
Tamil Studies and Research/ Head of the Dept. of Music.
       iii) The balance amount of Rs.500/- shall be utilized for the conduct of an
"Elocution Competition" annually among the students of various Faculties of the
University on the theme• 'Religion or Tamil Isai" and two cash prizes (Books) be
awarded as below. The elocution competition shall be arranged by the Head of the Dept.
of Tamil Studies & Research and results communicated to the University.
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     Book Prizes
     1) 1st Prize ... Rs.300/-
     2) 2nd Prize ... Rs.200/-
     The above prizes shall be awarded on the day of the Second Founder's birthday
celebrations, each year.
     4. If in any year the Lectures or competitions could not be conducted and the
Prizes are not awarded, the unspent amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         214. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "PROFESSOR V.S. VADIVELU SETHU" PHYSICS
                         ENDOWMENT" (Senate dated 13-12-1992)
    This endowment was offered by Dr. V. Shanmugasundaram, former Dean, Faculty
of Science to institute a prize endowment in the Department of Physics of the
University.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as '"Professor V.S. Vadivelu Sethu" Physics
Endowment.
    2. The endowment amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed
deposit in a Public Sector Undertaking/ Transport Corporation / Autonomous Board/
Corporation of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding one Gold medal
to the value of about Rs.1330/- to the student of M.Sc. (Physics) securing a First Class
in M.Sc., Degree examination of the year without failing in any of the papers in I & II
year and getting the highest mark' is Quantum Mechanics Paper I & II put together
among the candidates appearing for the final University examination of the year.
    4. The prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year as
"PROFESSOR V.S. VADIVELU SETHU PHYSICS PRIZE"
    5. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent balance amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
      6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if the circumstances may render
it desirable.


    215. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HIS EXCELLENCY THIRU BHISHMA NARAIN SINGH
                   PRIZES ENDOWMENT (Senate dated 31-03-1993)
     This Endowment was created by our Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy on
the occasion of the first visit of His Excellency Shri Bhishma Narain Singh, Governor of
Tamilnadu and Chancellor of the University to the University on 11.4.1992 for the 59th
Annual Convocation.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "His Excellency Shri Bhishma Narain Singh
Prizes Endowment".
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     2. The amount of Rs.10,000 shall be invested as a long term deposit in a Public
Sector Undertaking / Transport Corporation / Autonomous Boards / Corporation of
State / Central Government, to secure the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation Fund.
      Book prize shall be awarded to the following to the values noted against each.
        ii) (a) To a student who passes the M.Ed. degree examination of this University
in the first attempt and secures the highest mark in the theory Rs.330/-
          (b) To a student who passes the B.Ed. Degree examination of this University
and secures the highest mark in the optional subjects viz. Tamil, Economics, Commerce
and History. (Paper V) - Rs.250/- each.
      The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Founder's Day Celebrations.
    4. If in any year the Prize could not be awarded, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


      216. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. C. ARANGANAYAGAM PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                             (Senate dated 31-03-1993)
     This Endowment was created by Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy on the
occasion of the visit of Hon'ble Dr. C. Aranganayagam, Minister for Education,
Government of Tamilnadu, to the University on 11.4.92 for delivering the 59th Annual
Convocation address.
      1. This Endowment shall be styled as Dr. C. Aranganayagam Prizes Endowment",
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term deposit in a Public
Sector Undertaking / Transport Corporation/ Autonomous Boards/Corporation or
State/Central Government, to secure the highest rate of interest.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
           i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being
the tied donation Fund.
           ii) (a) Book Prize shall be awarded to the following to the values noted against
each. To a student who passes the B.Ed. Degree Examination of this University in the
first attempt and secures the highest marks in aggregate. - Rs. 330/-
            (b) To a student who passes the B.Ed. degree examination of this University
and secures the highest mark in the optional subjects viz. Mathematics, Physical
Science, Natural Science Paper V and English (Paper IV) -Rs.250/- each. The prize shall
be awarded at the time of Founder's Day Celebrations.
    4. If in any year the prize could not be awarded, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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         217. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF Dr. M.S. SWAMINATHAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                (Senate dated 31-03-1993)
     This Endowment was created by Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy on the
occasion of the visit of Dr. M.S. Swaminathan, Chairman,      M.S. Swaminathan
Research Foundation, Madras to the University on 18th Feb. 1991 for delivering the
58th Annual Convocation address.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Dr. M.S. Swaminathan Prizes Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term deposit in a Public
Sector Undertaking/Transport Corporation/Autonomous Boards/Corporation of
State/Central Government, to secure the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being   the
tied donation Fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding a prize to the
student who secures the highest total marks (consolidated total of all courses) including
thesis (Except Statistics) of all the four semesters, passed in one attempt .The prize
shall be awarded in the form of a Gold Medal in M.Sc. Agri. Genetics and Plant Breeding
Course to a value of Rs.1330/- (Gold Plated Silver medal) with merit Certificate. The
prize shall be awarded at the Convocation.
    4. If in any year the Prizes could not be awarded, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


           218. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF BHARATHI SANGEETHA VIDYALAYA FOR
                   CARNATIC MUSIC ENDOWMENT (Senate dated 31-03-1993)
     This Endowment of Rs. 10,000/- funded by the Sangeetha Vidyalaya, Trichy for
creating an endowment for the organisation of one or more lectures every year in
English or Tamil on Carnatic Music To-day.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as Bharathi Sangeetha Vidyalaya for Carnatic
Music Lectureship Endowment.
    2. The amount of Rs. 10.000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a scheduled
bank or in a Government of India undertaking securing the highest rate of interest
payable annually.
     3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
        ii) A series of two lectures shall be arranged every year on the topic "Carnatic
Music To-day" in the Department of Music, Annamalai University. The person who
delivers the lectures shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations
of the Head of the Department of Music.
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        iii) A sum of Rs. 1425/- will be paid to the Lecturer as honorarium inclusive of
TA/DA. The Lecturer will also be treated as the Guest of the University during the
period.
     4. If in any year the lectures could not be delivered during the particular year for
unforeseen reason, the same shall be delivered during the subsequent year.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


      219. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “PROF. R.NANJUNDA RAO PRIZE ENDOWMENT”
                             (Senate dated 31-03-1993)
     This Endowment was made by Pro-Chancellor Dr. M. A. M. Ramaswamy on the
day of the College Day Celebrations of the Rajah Muthiah Medical College held on
29.10.1992 for Rs.10.000/- the interest of which shall be utilized for the award of Prizes
in the name of Dr. Nanjunda Rao, the first Principal of the Rajah Muthiah Medical
College.
      1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. R. Nanjunda Rao Prize Endowment."
     2. This Endowment of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as long term Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings and Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Funds being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding a Book Prize to
the value of Rs. 1425/- to (a best) an M.B.B.S. Student scoring the highest marks in
the Paper "Surgery" from among the Candidates appearing for the final University
examinations of the year and without having failed in any of the papers of the I, II, III
M.B.B.S. Examinations.
        iii) The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. If in any year the Prize could not be awarded (during the particular year) for
unforeseen reasons, the interest amount shall be credited to the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


  220. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. Dr. S. PANNEERSELVAM PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                            (Senate dated 31-03-1993)
      This Endowment of Rs.10, 000/- founded by the Professor Dr. S. Panneerselvam
Felicitation Committee for creation of an endowment for award of Prizes in the
Department of Botany.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "Prof. Dr. S. Panneerselvam Prizes
Endowment in the Department of Botany.
     2. The amount of endowment of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit
in a Scheduled Bank or in a Government of India or Government of Tamilnadu Under-
taking securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
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     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation.
       ii) The Prizes shall be awarded in the form of Cash at the Convocation to two
Students as I and II Prizes who among the successful candidates secures the highest
marks in the "Theory paper of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry in M.Sc., Botany
degree examination having passed all papers at the first appearance as below:
         I Prize - Rs.800/-
         II Prize - Rs.625/-
     4. If in any year the Prizes could not be awarded (during the particular year) for-
unforeseen reason, the interest amount shall be credited to the Corpus Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


221. TERMS AND CONDITION OF PADMA BHUSHAN DR. RAJAH SIR M.A. MUTHIAH CHETTIAR
   SILVER JUBILEE C.A.S. IN MARINE BIOLOGY ENDOWMENT (Senate dated 20-11-1993)
     This Endowment of Rs.25,000/- was instituted by our Founder Pro-Chancellor
Dr.M.A.M.Ramaswamy on the occasion of the Sivler Jubilee celebrations of the Centre
of Advanced Studies in Marine Biology on 24th February 1987 at Parangipettai for
award of Scholarships/prizes to the students of C.A.S. in Marine Biology.
     1. This endowment shall be styled as “Padma Bhushan Dr.Rajah Sir M.A.Muthiah
Chettiar Silver Jubilee C.A.S. in Marine Bioliogy Endowment”.
     2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as a fixed Deposit in a scheduled
Bank or in a Government of India or Government of Tamil Nadu undertakings securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii. The balance amount of interest of Rs.3,560/- shall be utilized for award of
two scholarships each of the value of Rs.1,500/- per annum and two prizes each of the
value of Rs.280/- in the form of books as detailed below.
         a. One scholarship to the second year student of M.Sc Marine Biology and
Oceanography who secures the highest marks in the I year M.Sc examinations of
Annamalai University in the first attempt.
            b. One scholarship to the second year student of M.Sc Coastal Aquaculture
who secures the highest marks in the I year M.Sc examinations of Annamalai University
in the first attempt.
         c. One book prize to the second year student of M.Sc Marine Biology and
Oceanography who secures the second highest marks in the I year M.Sc examinations
of Annamalai University in the first attempt.
          d. One book prize to the second year student of M.Sc Coastal Aquaculture
who secures the second highest marks in the Ist year M.Sc examinations of Annamalai
University in the first attempt.
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           e. The candidate should not be in receipt of any other scholarship.
       iii. The prizes shall be awarded at the time of second founder Pro-Chancellor’s
Birthday celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the prize could not be awarded for unforeseen reasons, the
interest amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


        222. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR.K M. MARIMUTHU PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                              (Senate dated 20-11-1993)
     This Endowment founded by Dr.M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Pro-Chancellor in honour of
the visit of Dr.K.M.Marimuthu, Vice-Chancellor, Bharathiar University on the occasion
of the 87th Birthday Celebrations of Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar to deliver the
Commemoration Address.
      1. This Endowment shall be styled as ''Dr.K.M. Marimuthu Prizes Endowment"
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations / Autonomous Boards/
Corporation or State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows :
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation Fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of Book Prizes in
the Department of Botany and Zoology as below
          (a) One Book Prize to the value of Rs.670/- to a student of II M.Sc. Botany
Degree course securing the highest marks in the paper "Genetics" and without failing in
any of the papers of I & II year.
          (b) i. One Book Prize to the value of Rs.220/- to a student of II M.Sc. Zoology
Degree course securing the highest marks in the optional paper "Entomology" and
without failing in any of the papers of I & II years,
            ii. One Book prize to the value of Rs.220 /- to a student of II M.Sc.,
Zoology. Degree course securing the highest marks in the optional paper
"Endocrinology" and without failing in any of the papers of I & II years.
             iii. One Book Prize to the value of Rs.220/- to student of II M.Sc. Zoology
Degree Course securing the highest marks in the Optional Paper "Fisheries Biology" and
without failing in any of the papers of I & II Years.
          The above prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation.
     4. If in any year the prizes are not awarded the unspent balance shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment, if circumstances may render
desirable.
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   223. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF JUSTICE M. MARUDHAMUTHU PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                            (Senate dated 20-11-1993)
     This Endowment founded by Dr.MA.M. Ramaswamy, Pro-Chancellor in honour of
the visit of Justice Thiru M. Marudhamuthu, Judge, High Court of Madras to the
University on 30.9.92 on the occasion of the 58th Founder’s Day Celebrations and to
deliver the commemoration address for award of prizes in the Department of Political
Science.
    1. This Endowment shall be called as "Justice Thiru.M.Marudhamuthu Prizes
Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term deposit in a Public
Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous Boards / Corporation or
State / Central Government to secure the highest rate of interest.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows :
       a) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation Fund.
        b) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding a prize to the
student/ students of M.A. Degree Course in Political Science who secures the first mark
in the following subjects:
          i. Political Thought
          ii. Comparative Governments
          iii. Government & Politics in Tamilnadu since 1900.
          iv. International Politics.
     The prizes shall be awarded in the form of books. The total amount of money
available in a year shall be equally divided among the four subjects. The prize shall be
awarded at the time of Convocation.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of endowment as circumstances may warrant.
     5. The unspent amount of interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.


     224.TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PON–PUDUPATTI M.PL.RM. FAMILY ENDOWMENT
                            (Senate dated 20-11-1993)
    This Endowment of Rs.25,000/- founded by Thiru Ramanathan Palaniappan,
Former Syndicate member for institution of an endowment in the name of “Pon
Puduppatti M.PL.RM. Family”
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as “Pon Pudupatti M.PL.RM. Family
Endowment”
     2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested in a long term Deposit in a
Scheduled / Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings and Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of the State / Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
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        ii) (a) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of incentives
equally to a Student of B.E. Degree course (Fifth Semester Students) of each
Engineering branches of Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Manufacturing, Electrical &
Electronics Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation, Technology and Computer
Sciences, based on his/her performance in the I & II year Examination and on the
recommendations of the Heads of the Departments concerned and the Dean of the
Faculty of Engineering and Technology, provided that the awardee should not be in
receipt of any other Scholarships.
     4. If in any year the incentive could not be awarded / during the particular year
for unforeseen reasons, the interest amount shall be credited to the Corpus of the
Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


       225. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. T.C. MOHAN AND ECONOMICS FACULTY
                       ENDOWMENT (Senate dated 20-11-1993)
    This endowment of Rs.10,000/- was instituted by Staff members of the
Department of Economics for institution of endowment in the name of "Dr. T.C. Mohan
and Economics Faculty Endowment" for award of Prizes / Scholarships in .the
Department of Economics
    1. This endowment shall be styled as “Dr.T.C.Mohan and Economics Faculty
Endowment”
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/= shall be invested in a long term Deposit in
Scheduled / Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings and Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of the State / Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) (a) The balance amount of interest shall be divided equally for the award of
two CASH PRIZES to i. a student of M.A. Economics taking Rural Development as a
paper and ii. M A. Applied Economics taking project evaluation as a paper, who has
secured highest marks in the University Examinations in the respective paper.
          (b) In the event of the prizes not being awarded to M.A. Economics or M.A.
Applied Economics in any year, the prizes shall be awarded as a scholarship to a
deserving M. Phil. Scholar in Economics who is not in receipt of any other Scholarship
or Stipend.
           (c) In the event of the prize not being awarded to M.A. Economics, or M.A.
Applied Economics or M.Phil. in Economics the prizes shall be awarded as a
Scholarship to a deserving Ph.D. Scholar in Economics, provided that he/she should
not be in receipt of any other Fellowship (or) Scholarship (or) Stipend.
       iii) The prizes / Scholarships shall be awarded based on the recommendations of
the Head of the Department of Economics and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts.
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          iv) The prizes shall be awarded at the time of Founder's Day Celebrations every
year.
     4. If in any year the Prizes / scholarships could not be awarded for unforeseen
reasons, the interest amount shall be credited to the Corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


    226.TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. AVVAI NATARAJAN SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
                             (Senate dated 20-11-1993)
     This Endowment of Rs. 10,000/- was instituted by Founder Pro-Chancellor
Dr. M.A M. Ramaswamy in honour of the visit of Dr. Avvai Natarajan, to the University
on 5.8.92 for delivering the 88th Birthday celebrations of our second Founder
Pro- Chancellor Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar and to deliver the Commemoration
address.
   1. This endowment shall be styled as "DR. AVVAI NATARAJAN SCHOLARSHIP
ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled Banker in a Government of India or Government of Tamilnadu Undertakings
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
        3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of scholarship to
deserving student of M.Phil.in the Department of Tamil Studies & Research on the
recommendation of the Head of the Department of Tamil Studies & Research and the
Dean of the Faculty of Indian Languages, provided that the awardee is not in receipt of
any other Scholarship. The awardee shall utilize the scholarship amount for
preparation of the thesis. The awardee shall also acknowledge the receipt of the
financial assistance received by him from the above endowment scheme in the thesis
submitted by him.
     4. If in any year the scholarship could not be awarded for unforeseen reasons, the
interest amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances way warrant.


    227. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HON'BLE DR. PURATCHITHALAIVI J. JAYALALITHA
                  INCENTIVE ENDOWMENT (Senate dated 30-03-1994)
     This Endowment of Rs.25,000/- was instituted by Hon'ble Prof. K. Ponnusamy,
Minister for Education, Government of Tamilnadu on the occasion of his visit to the
University on 20.10.1993 for delivering the Fifty Nineth Founder's Day commemoration
Address, for award of incentives to the Students in the Department of Zoology.
    1. This endowment shall be styled as "Hon'ble Dr. PURATCHITHALAIVI J.
JAYALALITHA INCENTIVE ENDOWMENT".
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     2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank or in a Government India or Government of Tamilnadu Undertakings securing the
highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5 % of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
      ii) The balance amount may be awarded as incentive for students of M.Sc.,
Zoology degree (Regular) course as detailed below:
           (a) Students who secure the first and second highest marks in the I and II
semester examinations, having passed all the papers in the first appearance be given an
incentive of Rs.1, 000/- and Rs.600/- each respectively.
           (b) Students who secure the first and second highest marks in the III and IV
semester examinations, having passed all the papers in the first appearance be given an
incentive of Rs.1,000/- and Rs.725/- each respectively.
      N.B.: (The incentives shall be awarded based on the recommendations of the
Head of the Department of Zoology and the Dean of the Faculty of Science with the
approval of the Vice-Chancellor.)
     4. If in any year the incentive could not be awarded for unforeseen reasons, the
interest amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


            228. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. SATHIKH PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                              (Senate dated 30-03-1994)
     This amount of Rs.10,000/- was      donated by Pro Chancellor for the creation of an
endowment in the name of Dr. S.           Sathikh, former Vice-Chancellor, University of
Madras on the occasion of his visit      to the University on 5.8.93 to deliver the 89th
Birthday Commemoration Address for       our Second Founder Pro-Chancellor of Dr. Rajah
Sir Muthiah Chettiar.
      1. This endowment shall be styled as "DR. S. SATHIKH PRIZES ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs.10.000/ shall be invested in a long term Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings and Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation Fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding Book Prizes as
detailed below:-
                                                                          Prize Value
                                                                              Rs.
a)    M.E. (Thermal Power) I rank student                                   400-00
b)    B.E. (1st Year-Mechanical) I rank student                             400-00
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c)  Best Project in M.E. (Thermal Power) as on 30th June every year          250-00
d)  Best Project in B.E. (Mechanical) as on 30th June every year             250-00
     N.B.: (The Prizes shall be awarded based on the recommendations        of the Head of
the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Dean of the Faculty        of Engineering
and Technology with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor).
      iii) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of the Second Founder-Pro-
Chancellor's Birthday Celebrations
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


          229. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SRI ARULNANDI SIVACHARYA SWAMIGAL
                    SIVAGNANA SIDDHIAR LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
                               (Senate dated 30-03-1994)
     This endowment was founded by his Holiness Srilasri Arulnandi Tambiran
Swamigal Avergal of Tiruppanandal in memory of his predecessor, the late Srilasri
Kasivasi Swaminatha Thambiran Swamigal Avergal to encourage the study of and the
spread of learning in Saiva Siddhanta.
    1. This endowment shall be styled as "SRI ARULNANDI SIVACHARYA SWAMIGAL
SIVAGNANA SIDDHIAR LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT".
     2. The expenditure on this Lectureship endowment shall be met out from the
interest available in "Sri Kasimutt and Other Endowments Account".
    3. i) The Lectures shall be arranged in Tamilnadu Universities and Pondicherry
University in alternate years;
        ii) The Lecturer invited to deliver the lectures shall be appointed by the Syndicate
either from among the Hindu members of the staff of the Universities or other Hindu
experts in the Saiva Siddhanta Philosophy. Every year there shall be a new lecturer. The
lecturer once selected may have a second turn only after a lapse of 2 (two) years.
         iii) The lecturer shall be chosen irrespective of caste.
        iv) The lectures shall be the result of a deep study of the sutras of (a) Sivagnana
Siddhiar, both Parapakkam and Supakkam and the six old commentaries of Siddhiar,
and (b) Sivaprahasam of Sri Umapathi Sivachariar. The series of lectures shall be two in
number.
      v) The lectures shall be arranged in consultation with the Head of the
Department of Tamil Studies and Research, Annamalai University.
       vi) The Lecturer appointed by the Syndicate shall be paid I Class TA to and fro,
besides providing an honorarium of Rs. 250/- per lecture.
        vii) The lecturer should within a month after the delivery of the lectures present
to the Annamalai University as well as the donor of this endowment and his successors
- in - interest, a copy each of his lectures. The University may print and publish the
lectures at the discretion of the Syndicate.
    4. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may warrant.
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230. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. B. RAMAMURTHI GOLD MEDAL PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                           (Senate dated 30-03-1994)
     This endowment of Rs. 20,000/- was funded by Brigadier Dr. B. Ramamurthi
Hon'ble President, World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies, V.H.S. Medical Centre,
Madras for award of Prizes to M.B.B.S.      students of the Rajah Muthiah Medical
College.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr. B. RAMAMURTHI GOLD MEDAL PRIZES
ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of the Prizes Endowment of Rs. 20.000/- shall be invested in a long
term Deposit in a Scheduled/ Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings
and Autonomous Boards/Corporations of the State/ Central Government securing the
highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance of amount of interest shall be utilized for award of prizes as
below:
            (a) The Medal will be known as 'Dr. B. Ramamurthy Gold Medal'.
         (b) The Medal shall be awarded to the student who has the best all round
academic performance throughout his career at the Rajah Muthiah Medical College.
          (c) The selection of the Medalist will rest with the Dean, Faculty of Medicine of
the Rajah Muthiah Medical College.
         (d) Dr. Ramamurthi and his family or his successor may be informed every
year about the recipient of Gold Medal.
         iii) The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. The unspent interest amount if any in the year shall be added to the corpus of
the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


 231. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. K. INDIRABAI PRIZES & LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
                            (Senate dated 30-03-1994)
     This Endowment of Rs. 30,000/- founded by Dr. K. Indirabai, Project Co-
ordinator, Rajah Muthiah Medical College & Hospital, Annamalai University for (1)
award of Prizes to M.B.B.S. students and (2) for arranging Lectures every year. (Total
endowment amount = Rs. 30,000/-)

I. Prizes Endowment:
      1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr. K. INDIRABAI PRIZES ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount for this Prizes Endowment of Rs. 15.000/-shall be invested in a
long term Deposit in a Scheduled / Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector
Undertakings and Autonomous            Boards/Corporations of the State/ Central
Government securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
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     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for
           (a) Awarding a Gold Medal Prize to a Final year M.B.B S- student who secures
the highest marks in Paediatrics. For this purpose, the Head of the Division of
Paediatrics, Rajah Muthiah Medical College & Hospital will arrange to conduct a Special
Examination for the selection of a suitable candidate in consultation with the Dean,
Faculty of Medicine.
          (b) The examination for the award of "Dr. K. Indirabai Gold Medal Prize" shall
be conducted once in a year for the regular batch of students who are appearing for the
final M.B.B.S. examination.
           (c) The candidates appearing for the above examination should not have
failed in any of the University Examinations in the First, Second and Third M.B.B.S.
examinations.
       iii) The Prize shall be awarded at the time of the Founder's Day Celebrations
every year.
II. Lectureship Endowment:
   1. The endowment             shall   be   styled   as    "Dr.K.INDIRABAI   LECTURESHIP
ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs.15,000/- for this Lectureship Endowment shall be invested in
a long term Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled / Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector
Undertakings and Autonomous Boards/ Corporations of the State/Central
government - securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University, General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the conduct of Special
Lectures in the Division of Paediatrics of the Rajah Muthiah Medical College every year.
        iii) The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the
recommendations of the Head of the Division of Paediatrics and by the Dean, Faculty of
Medicine. The Lecturer shall be paid an honorarium of Rs. 2,000/- inclusive of TA/DA.
The Lecturer shall also be treated as the Guest of the University during the period of is
stay in the Campus.
     4. If in any year the Prize / Lectures are not awarded / delivered for unforeseen
reasons, the unspent amount shall be added to the corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.
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           232. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF KUMARA RAJAH MUTHIAH CHETTIAR
                   LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT (Senate dated 30-03-1994)
     The amount of Rs. 20,000/- was donated by Pro-Chancellor for the institution of
an Endowment in the name of Kumara Rajah Muthiah Chettiar Lectureship
Endowment to remember the occasion of the Decennial Celebration of the Department
of Pharmacy.
    1. This endowment shall be styled as "KUMARA RAJAH MUTHIAH CHETTIAR
LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT”.
     2. The amount of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested in a long term Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings and Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the conduct of Special
Lectures every year by inviting Experts from various of Pharmacy for the benefit of the
students in the Department of Pharmacy.
       iii) The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the
recommendations of the Head of the Department of Pharmacy and the Dean of the
Faculty of Engineering and Technology.
        iv) The Lecturer so invited shall be paid a sum of Rs. 2,000/- as honorarium
inclusive of TA & DA and he/she shall be treated as the Guest of the University.
       v) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the conduct of
the Special Lectures and for printing of lectures.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


 233. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HON'BLE THIRU S. MUTHUSAMY PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                            (Senate dated 30-03-1994)
     This Endowment of Rs.10,000/- was instituted by Founder Pro-Chancellor
Dr.M.A.M.Ramaswamy in honour of the visit of Hon’ble Thiru.S.Muthusamy, Minister
for Health, Government of TamilNadu to the University on 10.3.1993 for delivering the
convocation address, for award of prizes in the Department of Nursing.
    1. This endowment shall be styled as “Hon’ble Thiru S.Muthusamy Prizes
Endowment”.
     2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank or in a Government of India or Government of TamilNadu Undertaking securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
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       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
      ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of Medal in the
department of Nursing as detailed below:-.
       The prize shall be awarded to the best outgoing B.Sc(Nursing) student who
secures the highest aggregate marks in the final B.Sc(Nursing) examination.
        iii) The awardee shall have passed all the examinations in the first attempt and
shall be belonging to the regular batch of students appearing for the above examination.
         iv) The prize shall be awarded at the time of Founder's Day every year.
     4. If in any year the prize could not be awarded for unforeseen reasons, the
interest amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


               234. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF RAJARATINAM RUNGANATHAN
                    SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT (Senate dated 30-03-1994)
     This Endowment of Rs. 10,000/- was founded by Miss.R.Rajaratinam staying at
Old Age House, Sri Saradha College Hostel, Salem-16 for award of Scholarships to the
Students of the Department of Tamil & Research.
   1. This Endowment shall be styled as “RAJARATHINAM RUNGANATHAN
SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT”.
     2. The amount of the Scholarship Endowment of Rs.10,000 shall be invested in a
long term Deposit in a scheduled / Nationalised Bank or with Public sector
Undertakings and Autonomous Boards / Corporations of the state / Central
Government securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of scholarship to a
deserving student of M.Phil., in the Department of Tamil Studies & Research on the
recommendation of the Head of the Department of Tamil Studies & Research and the
Dean of the Faculty of Indian Languages, provided, that the awardee is not in receipt of
any other scholarships. The awardee shall utilize the scholarship amount for
preparation of the thesis. The awardee shall also acknowledge the receipt of the
financial assistance received by him from the above endowment scheme in thesis
submitted by him.
    4. If in any year the Scholarship is not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the
amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.
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 235. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIRU. N. ANANTAVAIDYANATHAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                            (Senate dated 26-11-1994)
     The Endowment funded by Mr. A. Nagaratnam, Mrs. Leela Hariharan and Mrs.
Malati Chandrasekaran for creation of an endowment in the name of their father Thiru
N. Anantavaidyanathan who served as a Lecturer in Chemistry in the Sri Meenakshi
College and at Annamalai University from 1926 to 1946 to perpetuate his memory in
the University.
   1. This Endowment shall be styled as "THIRU.N.ANANTAVAIDYANATHAN PRIZES
ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 5,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank or in a Government of India or Government of Tamilnadu Undertakings securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of Book Prizes as
below:
     “One Book Prize to a value of Rs.665/-to a student of I M.Sc. (Chemistry) Degree
course securing the highest marks in the papers "Physical Chemistry I & II (Both theory
& practical)" and without failing in any of the papers of I & II semesters".
       iii) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebrations of every year.
     4. If in any year, the Prizes are not awarded, the unspent amount shall be added
to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         236. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. S. AGESTHIALINGOM INCENTIVE AND
                  LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT (Senate dated 26-11-1994)
      This Endowment was founded by the Prof. Agesthialingom Endowment Committee
consisting of his students and well wishers in the academic field for Rs. 30,600/- in
commemoration of Prof S. Agesthialingom's significant contributions to Linguistics and
his long service in the Annamalai University.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "DR S. AGESTHIALINGOM INCENTIVE &
LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 30,600/- Shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank or in a Government of India or Government of Tamilnadu Undertaking securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being that
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as follows:
         a) Endowment for Award of Incentive:
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          i) A sum of Rs.250/- per month for a period of months in an academic year
shall be awarded to meritorious student studying M.A. Linguistics Degree course or
M.A Translation Studies Degree course of the University based on his/her marks
obtained at the U.G. level. The payment of incentive amount shall be recommended by
Head of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts.
           ii) If the awardee is a student of I year M.A. Degree Course (Linguistics or
Translation Studies) he/she will be eligible to continue to get the incentive of Rs.250/-
month for 10 months in an academic year during the course of his / her studies in II
year also, provided he / she passes the I & II semester examinations in the first attempt
securing not less than 55 % in aggregate. In case he/she fails to fulfill the above
conditions, another candidate selected in his / her place on the above basis will be
awarded the incentive and will continue to get the same, subject to the condition of the
award.
          Professor Agesthialingam Endowment Lectures:
         i) Special Lectures shall be conducted once in two years by inviting a fit
person to deliver a course of Lectures, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the
recommendation of the Head of the Department of Linguistics.
         ii) A sum of Rs.200/- per lecture shall be paid as honorarium apart from
payment of I class rail fare to and fro and D.A. at the University rates.
          iii) The Lecturer so invited shall be treated as the Guest to the University
during his/her visit for the above purpose.
          iv) Balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the conduct of
the Special Lectures and for printing of Lectures.
          v) The Lecturer shall within a month after delivering the Lectures present to
the Annamalai University, a copy each of his/her lectures. The University may print
and publish the lectures at the discretion of the Syndicate.
     4. If in any year the Incentive/Lectures arc not awarded/conducted for unforeseen
reasons, the unspent amount shall added to the corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


 237. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF JUSTICE THIRU AR. LAKSHMANAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
      ( (i) Senate dated 26-11-1994, (ii) Syndicate Res. No. 45, dated 16-09-1993 revision )
     This Endowment of Rs. 10,000/- was instituted by our Foundcr-Pro-Chancellor
Dr.M.A.M. Ramaswamy, in honour of the visit of Hon'ble Thiru AR. Lakshmanan,
Judge, High Court, Madras to the University on 7th December, 1991 for delivering the
Fifty Seventh Founder's Day Commemoration address for award of Prizes in the
Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation of the Rajah Muthiah Medical College
& Hospital.
   1. This Endowment shall be styled as “JUSTICE THIRU AR. LAKSHMANAN PRIZES
ENDOWMENT"
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank or in a Government of India or Government of Tamilnadu Undertaking securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
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      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       a) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Funds, being the
tied donation fund.
       b) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding a Gold Medal
Prize to the value of Rs. 1425/- to the best outgoing student in Bachelor of
Physiotherapy Degree course, scoring a first class in the examinations of the Year
without having failed in any of papers of I to III years.
         c) The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. If in any year the prize could not be awarded for unforeseen reasons, the
interest amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions as circumstances may warrant.

      238. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SAIJO LIONS CLUB-MADRAS POOVAI LIONS CLUB
                                       SCHOLARSHIP FUND
       ( (i) Senate dated 31-10-1991, (ii) Syndicate Res. No. 19, dated 26-07-1993 revision )
     This Endowment was instituted by the Saijo Lions Club, Saijo City, Ehime
Prefecture, Japan for award of Scholarships in the University.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Saijo Lions Club - Madras Poovai Lions Club
Scholarship Endowment".
     2. The amount of Rs. 1,18,493/- (I installment Rs. 50000 + II installment Rs.
68.493/-) shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit with Public Sector Undertakings and
Autonomous Boards/Corporations of the Stale/Central Government securing highest
rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       (a) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund. being the
tied donation fund.
       (b) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized far granting a monthly
Scholarship of Rs. 700/- p.m. each to two meritorious and deserving youths of the
University at the M.Phil, or Ph.D., level each year as below:
            i) One fellowship to a student of the Marine Biology and Oceanography, and
          ii) One fellowship to a student from among the other Departments of the
University.
      (c) The awardee should not be in receipt of any other Scholarship. Suitable
candidates for grant of the above Scholarships will be recommended by the Heads of the
Departments concerned.
     A Sub-Committee will be constituted every year by the Vice-Chancellor to
recommend and select the awardees taking into consideration the wishes of the donor.
      4. If in any year the financial aid is not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the
unspent amount shall be utilized during the next year for award of additional
fellowships during the particular next year to students from among the Departments of
study of the University.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.
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         239. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SRI KASIMUTT THIRUPANANDAL ENDOWMENT
                       (Syndicate Res. No. 20 dated 26-07-1993 revision)
    The following endowments were created from out of the surplus funds available
under the Kasimutt Thevara Thirumurai Endowment and Kasimutt other endowments.
I. THE SRI KASI MUTT THEVARA THIRUMURAI SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT:
    1. This endowment shall be styled as "Sri Kasimutt Thevara Thirumurai
Scholarship endowment".
    2. The endowment amount of Rs. 3.00 lakh shall be invested on a long term
deposit in any Transport Corporation / Public Sector undertakings / Slate or Central
Board securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
        i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of Scholarship/
Incentive to Ph.D. Research / M. Phil. students as recommended by the Head of the
Department of Tamil Studies and Research at Rs.600/ per month for 3 years.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
II. KAYILAI-MAMUNIVAR SRILASRI KASIVASI MUTHUKUMARASWAMY TAMBIRAN MANIVIZHA
    LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "The Kayilai Mamunivar Srilasri Kasivasi
Muthukumaraswamy Tambiran Manivizha Lectureship Endowment”.
     2. The Endowment amount of Rs. 20,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in
any Transport Corporation / Public Sector undertakings/ State or Central Board
securing the highest interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation Fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilsed for arranging a series of
Lectures called Kayilai Mamunivar Muthukumaraswamy Tambiran Manivizha
Endowment Lectures.
      iii) The Lecturer shall be appointed by              the   Vice-Chancellor   on   the
recommendation of Head of the Department of Music
        iv) When a Lecture is arranged a sum of Rs. 2,000/- shall be paid to the
Lecturer as honorarium inclusive of TA/DA. The Lecturer shall be treated as the Guest
of the University.
      v) The balance amount of R 660/- shall be utilized for printing of the Lectures
and copies distributed free of cost to those persons as recommended by the Head of the
Department of Music.
     4. If in any year the lectures could not be conducted during the particular year for
unforeseen reasons, the same shall be conducted during the subsequent year.
    5. The Syndicate shall have power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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      240. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF R.K.S.D.J. SCHOLARSHIP & PRIZES ENDOWMENT
      ( (i) Senate dated 31-03-1993, (ii) Syndicate Res. No. 74, dated 26-04-1994 (Revision) )
     The Endowment founded by the R.K. Jain Charitable New Delhi on the occasion of
the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of the University for the Award of Fellowship Merit -
cum - Means Scholarship to Students of the University.
      This Endowment shall be styled as "R.K.S.D.J. Scholarship & Prize Endowment".
     (a) This Endowment of Rs. 80,000/- invested already by the Donors in the Unit
Trust of India in 8,000 Units each at the value of Rs. 10/- per Unit to secure a monthly
income of Rs. 800/-.
     (b) The interest amount of (Dividend) Rs. 35,000/- received for the period up to
MARCH 1993 including the bonus amount of Rs. 2400.00 and unutilized, shall be
invested in a long term deposit in a Nationalised / Scheduled Bank or with public
Sector Undertakings     and autonomous Boards/Corporations of the State/Central
Government securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      The interest accrued each year by the above investments be as under:
       i) From Unit Trust of India Per year 12 X 800/ - p. m.         ....   Rs. 9,600-00
       ii) Interest on F.D. of Rs. 35000/- at 14%                     ....   Rs. 4,900-00
       Total                                                                 Rs. 14,500-00
       Less : 5% tied Donation Fund                                          Rs.    725-00
       Balance available for utilization every year                          Rs. 13,775-00
     1. 5% of the interest/Dividend shall be credited to the University General Fund,
being the tied donation Fund.
      2. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as follows:-
       i) 4 Fellowships at the value of Rs. 2000/- per annum each shall be awarded to
One Ph.D. Research Fellow in each of the Faculties of Arts/Science/Indian Languages/
Education. The awardees should not be in receipt of any other financial assistance from
any source.
       ii) 5 Merit-cum-Means Scholarships at the value of Rs. 1000/- per annum each
to a deserving student of the Final Year B.Sc. (Agri.), B.E./B.E. (Chem.), M.B.B.S,
B.D.S. and Isaikalaimani. The awardees should not be in receipt of any other financial
assistance from any source.
       iii) (a) One Book Prize to the value of Rs. 400/- to a I rank B.L.I.S. student who
secures the highest marks in all the University examinations.
          (b) One Book Prize to the value of Rs. 375/- to a I rank M.L.I.S. student who
secures the highest marks in all the University examinations.
      The prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation each year.
     The Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Head of the Department/Dean
of the Faculty shall award the Fellowship and Merit-cum-means Scholarship.
     4. If in any year the Scholarship or Fellowship or Prizes are not awarded for
unforeseen reason, the unspent shall be added to the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment, as circumstances may warrant.
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           241. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. M. RAMALINGAM ENDOWMENT
         ((Senate dated 31-03-1993, Syndicate Resolution No.97 dated 12.4.93, (revision))
    This Endowment of Rs. 1,15,000/- founded by Professor M. Ramalingam
Endowment Committee for creation of an endowment in the name of Professor M.
Ramalingam, who served in this University for nearly four decades as a Teacher in
Mechanical Engineering.
     1. The Endowment shall be styled as “ Prof. M. Ramalingam Endowment”
     2. The amount of Rs. 1,15,000/- shall be invested in a long term Deposit in a
Scheduled / Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings and Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Funds being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) Prof. M. Ramalingam Best Sportsman Prizes
      Best Sportsman of the year in each Department of the Faculty of Engineering and
Technology will be selected by the concerned Heads of the Departments and Two Senior
Staff Members of that Department. The prizes to a value of Rs. 200/- each shall be
awarded in the form of a Medal. The prize shall be awarded on the day of the
Valedictory Function of the Department Associations.
         iii) Prof. M. Ramalingam Subject Prize
     One student of the Mechanical Engineering Department scoring the highest mark
in the University Examination in each of the subjects: Heat Transfer-B.E (U.G) and
Thermodynamics - M.E. (P.G.) shall be awarded prizes respectively, value at Rs. 200/-
each in the form of books which shall be awarded annually at the Founder's Day.
         iv) Prof. M. Ramalingam Endowment Lectures
          Two courses of Lectures shall be arranged every year in the University as per
conditions below:
          (a) One series of two lectures on topics covering Civil and Structural
Engineering field in each year by rotation.
        (b) One series of two lectures on topics covering Mechanical                        and
Manufacuturing Engineering fields in each year by rotation.
         (c) One series of two lectures on topics covering Electrical and Electronics and
Instrumentation Engineering fields in each year by rotation.
        (d) One series of two lectures on topics covering Chemical Engineering and
Computer Science and Engineering fields in each year by rotation.
         (e) The persons who deliver the lectures shall be appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor on the recommendations of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and
Technology in consultation with the concerned Head of the Departments of Study.
          (f) A sum of Rs. 1.500/- will be paid to each of the concerned persons as
honorarium inclusive of TA & DA The Lecturer so invited shall be treated as the Guest
of the University.
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          (g) A sum of Rs. 100/ - will be set apart for each series of Lectures towards
the miscellaneous expenses in organising the Endowment lectures.
        v) Professor M. Ramalingam Career Guidance Programme:
     Career Guidance Programmes for the benefit of the Final Year Students to generate
confidence and skills in facing interview boards and in starting enterprise etc., shall be
organised every year by drawing Faculty from suitable industries in any of the four
departments among Civil / Structural; Mechanical / Production / Electrical /
Instrumentation; Chemical / Computer Science and Engineering departments. A sum
RS. 6.000/- at Rs. 1,500- for each of the four Departments shall be set apart for
providing hospitality to the Visiting Faculty from Industries. External Faculty invited to
conduct the programme shall be treated as Guests of the University.
        vi ) Prof. M.Ramalingam Conference Grant
    A conference grant of Rs. 1,780/- annually shall be utilized by either Faculty
Members of Research Scholars towards payment of Registration Charges for presenting
papers in National or International Conferences in Engineering and Technology, based
on the recommendations of the Dean of the Faculty and sanctioned by the Vice-
Chancellor.
     4. If in any year the Prize/Lectures etc., could not be awarded/delivered during the
particular year for unforeseen reasons, the interest amount shall be credited to the
Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have powers to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


  242. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR., M.G. MUTHUKUMARASAMY PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                    (Senate dated 31.3.95)
     This endowment of Rs. 15,000/- is founded by Dr.M.G. Muthukumarasamy, Vice-
Chancellor of this University out of the prize money received by him on the conferment
of Dr. B.C. Roy Award to him at Rashtrapathi Bhavan, New Delhi on 9th December,
1994.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as "DR.M.G. MUTHUKUMARASAMY PRIZES
ENDOWMENT".
     2.The amount of Rs.15,000/- shall be invested in a long term Deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalised Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings and Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3.The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of Prizes in the
Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of' Education and in the Department of Mechanical
Engineering of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology as below:
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     (a) MEDICINE
       i) Awarding a book prize of value Rs 650/- to a final year MBBS student who
secures the highest mark in clinical Surgery. For this purpose, the Head of the Division
of Surgery, Rajah Muthiah Medical College & Hospital will arrange to conduct a special
Competitive Clinical Surgery examination for the selection of a suitable candidate in
consultation with the Dean, Faculty of Medicine.
       ii) The examination for the award of the above Book prize shall be conducted
once in a year for the regular batch of students who are appearing for the final MBBS
examination
        iii) The candidates appearing for the above examination should not have failed in
any of the earlier University examinations during the course of study of MBBS.
       iv) The prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder’s Birthday
celebrations every year
     (b) EDUCATION
       i) The book prize of value Rs,650/-, shall be awarded to a student of B.Ed.
Degree course securing the highest marks in the branch of Tamil Language Teaching
and without failing in any of the papers of the degree course
          ii) The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
    (c) DR. M.G.MUTHUKUMARASAMY CONFERENCE / SEMINAR /                            SYMPOSIA
TRAVEL GRANT VALUE Rs. 650/-
     The travel grant shall be awarded annually to a final year B.E Mechanical
Engineering students selected by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the
Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Dean, Faculty of
Engineering and Technology to attend Conferences, Seminars and Symposia at National
Level.
     4. If in any year the Prizes / Travel grant are not awarded, the unspent amount
shall be added to the corpus of' the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may warrant.


         243. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE INDIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF
                            POPULATION PRIZE ENDOWMENT
                                     (Senate dated 31.3.95)
     The Endowment founded by the Indian Association for Study of Population, New
Delhi on the occasion of XVII National Conference held in our University Campus
during December 1993, for institution of an endowment in the Department of Music.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "THE INDIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE
STUDY OF POPULATION PRIZE ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 5,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank or in a Government of India or Government of Tamil Nadu Undertakings securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
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       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of a cash prize as
below:
        “The cash prize shall be given annually to the best student of the Department of
Music selected by the Head of the Department of Music and Dean of the Faculty of Fine
arts with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor in the form of a Cheque”.
       iii) The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebrations of every year.
     4. If in any year, the prize is not awarded, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


              244. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. M. UMA PRIZE ENDOWMENT
                                (Senate dated 31.3.95)
    This Endowment of' Rs.5,000/- founded by Dr.M.Uma, Former Head of the
Department of Chemistry, Annamalai University for institution of an endowment for
award of prize" to a girl student in the Department of Chemistry.
      1. This Endowment shall be styled as “Dr. M. UMA PRIZE ENDOWMENT”.
     2. The amount of Rs. 5,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank (or) in a Government of India (or) Government of Tamil Nadu Undertakings
securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows.
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest available be utilized as below:
       "One Book Prize to a Girl student of I. M. Sc. Degree Course securing the highest
marks in the I year Organic Chemistry Practical Examination in the first attempt"
       iii) The prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year, the Prize is not awarded, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         245. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HON'BLE PROF. K.PONNUSAMY ENDOWMENT
                                 (Senate dated 31.3.95)
    This Endowment founded by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Pro-Chancellor in honour of
the visit of Hon'ble Prof. K.Ponnusamy, Minister for Education, Government of
Tamilnadu on the occasion of the 59th Founder's Day Celebration of Dr. Rajah Sir
Annamalai Chettiar held on 20.10.1993 to deliver the Founder's Commemoration Day
Address.
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   1. This Endowment shall be styled as 'HON'BLE PROF.K. PONNUSAMY
ENDOWMENT.
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporation / Autonomous Boards /
Corporation or State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for meeting the Traveling
expenses (Second class Train fare or Bus fare) for the Research Scholars who are doing
research work leading to Ph.D. Degree in the Department of Zoology for the
presentation     of Research papers in the National              or       International
Seminars/Symposia/ Conferences held in India. However, the Registration fee has to be
paid by the candidate presenting the paper.
     4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be
credited to the Corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


         246. TERMS & CONDITIONS OF DR.K.RANGASWAMY-DR.BALA. V. BALACHANDRAN
                       PROFESSOR – STUDENT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
                                   (Senate dated 31.3.95)
     This amount of Rs.34,000/- was solely donated by Dr. Bala. V.Balachandran,
Director, Accounting Research Centre, Northwestern University, U.S.A. for the creation
of the following new endowment in honour of the late Dr. K. Rangaswamy Aiyar former
Head of the Department of Statistics who was his Professor and mentor.
     1. This endowment shall be styled as "Dr. K. Rangaswamy Dr. Bala V.
Balachandran - professor student educational program".
    2. The Endowment amount of Rs. 34,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a
Transport Corporation / Public Sector Undertakings of the State / Central '
Governments securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund - being the
tied donation fund.
          ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as below :-
          a) i) Two special Lecture series shall be conducted annually one in the
Department of Mathematics and another in the Department of Statistics by inviting two
eminent professors. Each Professor will deliver a course of three lectures on a topic of
current interest. The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the
recommendations of the Head of the Departments concerned.
                  ii) The Lecturers shall be paid on honorarium of Rs.1,500/- each
          inclusive of TA/DA. The Lecturers shall also be treated as the Guests of the
          University during the period of their stay in the campus.
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          b) "A Book Prize of Value Rs. 500/- to a student of M.Sc. Mathematics
Degree-course securing the highest marks in the paper "Geometry Topology” and
without failing in any of the papers in all the semesters".
          c) “A Book Prize of value Rs.500” to a student of M. Sc. Statistics Degree
course securing the highest marks in the paper “Design of Experiments / Quality
Control” and without failing in any of the papers in all the Semesters".
         iii) The Book Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
      iv) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for expenditure in
connection with the conduct of the Special Lectures.
       v) The Lecturers shall within a month after delivery of the lectures shall submit
to the Annamalai University, a copy of their Lecture. The University may print and
publish the lectures at the discretion of the Syndicate.
     4. If in any year the Lectures/Prizes are not delivered / awarded for unforeseen
reasons, the unspent amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make .such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


      247. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. VR.MUTHUVEERAPPAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate dated 14.10.1995)
    This Endowment instituted by the students of the Department of Mechanical
Engineering for. Rs.10,000/- for creation of an Endowment in the name of Professor
VR. Muthuveerappan, Former and First Head of the Department of Mechanical
Engineering who served in the University, for decades, to perpetuate his Association
with the Mechanical Engineering Department of the Faculty of Engineering and
Technology of the University
   1. This Endowment shall be styled as "PROF. VR. MUTHUVEERAPPAN PRIZES
ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank or in a Government of India or Government of Tamil Nadu Undertaking, securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as follows:
          (a) One Cash Prize of value of Rs. 650/- shall be awarded to a student
securing I Rank in Final Year B.E. (Mechanical) Degree course (Regular) (7th & 8th
Semester Marks only).
           (b) One cash Prize of Rs.650/- shall be awarded to a M.E.(Thermal Power
Engineering – Regular) Degree course student who secures the highest marks in the
subject “ Heat Transfer – Paper I & II” put together.
         iii) The Cash prizes shall be awarded at the time of convocation every year.
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     4. If in any year prizes are not awarded, the unspent amount shall be added to the
corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may render
desirable.


         248. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HON’BLE JUSTICE THIRU M.S. JANARTHANAM
                                     ENDOWMENT
                                    (Senate dated 14.10.95)
     This Endowment founded by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Pro-Chancellor in honour of
the visit of Hon'ble Justice Thiru M.S. Janarthanam, Judge, High Court of Madras, on
the occasion of the 60th Founder Day Celebration of the Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai
Chettiar held on 30th Sept.’ 94 to deliver the Founder's Commemoration Address.
    1. This Endowment shall             be   styled   as   “Hon’ble   JUSTICE   THIRU   M.S.
JANARTHANAM ENDOWMENT”.
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/ - shall be invested as a long term Fixed Deposit in a
Public Sector Undertaking / Transport Corporation / Autonomous Boards/Corporation
of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
          ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as below:
           a) One First and One Second Cash Prize of value of Rs. 800/- and Rs. 500/-
respectively shall be awarded to two .students .of the M.Com Degree Course who
secures the First and Second Rank in the Subject "HUMAN RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT" of the University Examinations.
          b) The Cash Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder's Birthday
Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
credited to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions to the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


 249. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. VR. MUTHUKKARUPPAN LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
                                    (Senate Dated 14-10-95)
    This Endowment founded by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Pro-Chancellor for creation
of an Endowment in the name of Dr. VR.Muthukkaruppan, Vice-Chancellor,
Bharathidasan University, Trichy on the occasion of his visit to the University on 5th
August 1994 to deliver the Commemoration Address of 90th Birthday Celebrations of
Padma Bhushan Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar.
   1. This Endowment shall be styled as "DR.VR.MUTHUKKARUPPAN LECTURESHIP
ENDOWMENT"
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     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as long term fixed deposit in a
Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporation/ Autonomous             Boards /
Corporation of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for conducting
Special Lectures once in two years by inviting a fit person to deliver a course of three
lectures, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the
Department of Zoology and Dean of the Faculty of Science for the benefit of the
students of the Department.
      iii) A sum of Rs. 200/- per lecture shall be paid as honorarium apart from
payment of FIRST class rail fare to and fro and DA as per the University rates.
       iv) The Lecturer so invited shall be treated as the Guest of the University during
his/her visit for the above purpose.
       v) Balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the conduct of
Special Lectures and for printing of the Lectures.
       vi) The Lecturer shall within a month after delivery-of the Lectures present to
the Annamalai University, a copy of each of his / her lectures. The University may print
and publish the lectures at the discretion of the Syndicate.
    4. If in any year the Lectures are not delivered for unforeseen reasons, the
unspent amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


       250. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF Dr.K.GOPALAKRISHNAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 14.10.95)
     This Endowment of Rs. 10,000 /- funded by Prof. K.Gopalakrishnan Felicitation
Committee for creation of an Endowment in the name of Prof. Dr.K.Gopalakrishnan who
served as Professor and Head of the Department of Commerce to perpetuate his
memory in the University.
   1. This Endowment shall be styled as “DR.K.GOPALAKRISHNAN PRIZES
ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in a Scheduled
Bank or in a Government of India or Government of Tamilnadu Undertakings securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for award of Cash Prizes as
below:
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         a) One Cash Prize of value of Rs. 650/- each for English and Tamil Medium
students of M.Com. Degree Course securing the highest marks in the subject
"ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING" of the University Examinations.
            b) The Cash Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
credited to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may warrant.


     251. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HIS HOLINESS ARUL THIRU BANGARU ADIGALAR
                                  ENDOWMENT
                                     (Senate Dated 14-10-95)
     This Endowment instituted by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Pro-Chancellor in honor of
the visit of His Holiness Arul Thiru Bangaru Adigalar to the University on 4th Sept.1994
to participate in a function arranged for the Vice-Chancellor, Dr.M.G.Muthkumarasamy
on his getting the Dr. B.C Roy Award.
    1. This Endowment shall be styled as "HIS HOLINESS ARUL THIRU BANGARU
ADIGALAR ENDOWMENT”.
     2. The amount of Rs. 25,000/-shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporation / Autonomous Boards/Corporation
of State or Central Government. ;
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as detailed below:
         A) Department of Philosophy:
          a) A sum of Rs. 200/- per month incentive for a period of 8 months in an
academic year shall be awarded to one meritorious student studying M.A Philosophy I
year Degree course based on his/her marks obtained at the U.G. level. The payment of
incentive amount shall be recommended by the Head of the Department of Philosophy
and the Dean of the Faculty of Education
           b) In the event of the incentive is not being awarded to M.A. Philosophy, the
incentive shall be awarded to a deserving M.Phil Scholar in Philosophy who is not in
receipt of any other Scholarship or Stipend. The payment of incentive amount shall be
recommended by the Head of the Department of Philosophy and the Dean of the Faculty
of Education
         B) Department of Nursing:
           a) A sum of Rs. 200/- per month as incentive for a period of 8 months in an
academic year shall be awarded to one meritorious student of Fourth Year B.Sc.
Nursing Degree course who secures the highest marks in the Third Year B:Sc.,Nursing
examinations of Annamalai University in the first attempt.The payment of incentive
shall be recommended by the Head of the Department of Nursing and the Dean of the
Faculty of Medicine.
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     4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
credited to the corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may warrant.


               252. TERMS CONDITIONS OF SUNDERESWARI MUTHUTHAMBY
                           MEMORIAL PRIZE ENDOWNMENT
                            (Sindicate Rs. No.12, dated 16-11-95)
    This endowment was instituted by Sri Jayantha, Srilanka in the Department of
Music of the University in the name of “ Sundereswari Muthuthamby” memoral prize in
memory of his mother who was an old student in the department of music.
     1. This endowments shall be styled as “ Sundereswari Muthuthamby memorial
scholarship endowments”
     2. The amount of Rs. 12,607/- ($700) shall be Invested in a Transport Corporation
/ Public Sector Undertakings / State or Central board as long term Deposit Securing
the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:
    5% of the interest shall be credited to the university general fund being the tied
donation fund.
     The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for award of scholarship to two
poor and deserving students from Srilanka under going IsaiKalaimani / IsaiChelvamani
/ Natya Kalaimani courses. In the event of scholarships not being awarded to Srilanka
students due to non-availability, the same shall be awarded to two deserving / poor
students of the said courses based on the recommendations of the Head of the
Department of Music. The award of scholarship shall be decided by the Head of the
Department of Music based on the performance of students in the class work and
sanctioned by the Vice-Chancellor.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstance may render desirable.


      253. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SRI. P. N. VEERASAMY NAIDU PRIZE ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 19-03-96)
       This endowment is founded by Thiru R. Srinivasa Kumar, S/o Dr. T. Rajagopal,
Professor of Paediatrics, Madurai Medical College for institution of an endowment in his
Grandfather’s name Sri P.N.Veerasamy Naidu
   1. The endowment shall be styled as "SRI P. N. VEERASAMY NAIDU PRIZE
ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 15,000/ -shall be invested as a along term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/ Nationalized Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings or Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
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     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY:-
          a) The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for awarding a Gold Medal
of value not exceeding Rs. 1990/- to an MBBS student who scores the highest marks in
the subject “OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY" among the regular batch of students
appearing for final MBBS University examinations of every year and without having
failed in any of the subject in the University examinations in the I, II, III MBBS
examinations.
           b) The Medal shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
    4. If in any year the prize is not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the unspent
amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the University shall have power to make such changes in the
terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


             254. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR.A.RAMASWAMI ENDOWMENT
                                  (Senate Dated 19-03-96)
     This endowment is instituted by Mrs. Sivakami Ramaswami (wife of Late Prof. Dr.
A.Ramaswami) for Rs. 5,000/- and a few other colleagues of the Department of
Economics viz. Dr.A.V.Rangachari, Prof. K.Dakshinamoorthy, Dr.A.K. Ramalingam,
Dr. (Mrs.) Aroma Sam and Dr.D. Namasivayam totally Rs. 5000/ to commemorate the
memory of Late Prof.A. Ramaswami who served the institution for nearly three decades
with distinction in teaching and research.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as "DR.A. RAMASWAMI ENDOWMENT".
     2. The Endowment amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested in a long term Fixed
Deposit in a Scheduled/Nationalized Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings or
Autonomous Boards/Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the
highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the conduct of special
lectures every year by inviting experts for the benefit of students of M.A.Economics and
Applied Economics.
        iii) In the event of not conducting the special lectures, the balance amount of
interest shall be utilized to organize a seminar on Agricultural Economics every year
       iv) The lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the
recommendations of the Head of the Department of Economics and the Dean of the
Faculty of Arts.
        v) The Lecturer so invited shall be paid a sum of Rs.1200/- as honorarium
inclusive of TA & DA and he/she shall be treated as the Guest of the University.
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       vi) The Balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the conduct of
the Special Lecturers/Seminar.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


       255. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SRI A.THIRUVADI NAIDU PRIZE ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 19-03-96)
     This endowment is founded by Dr. T. Rajagopal, Professor of Paediatrics, Madurai
Medical College, and Madurai for institution of an Endowment in his father's name
Sri.A. Thiruvadi Naidu.
   1. The Endowment shall be styled as "SRI A.THIRUVADI NAIDU PRIZE
ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs.15,000/-shall be invested in a long term Fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalized Bank or with Public sector Undertakings or Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount interest shall be utilized for awarding:
          a) A Gold Medal of value not exceeding Rs. I990/- to a Final year MBBS
Student who secures the highest mark in "ORTHOPAEDICS". For this purpose, the
Head of the Division of Orthopedics’, Rajah Muthiah Medical College & Hospital will
arrange to conduct a special Examination both in theory and clinical for the selection of
suitable candidate in consultation with the Dean, Faculty of Medicine.
           b) The examination for the award of Gold Medal shall be conducted once in a
year for the regular batch of students who appear for the final MBBS examinations.
          c) The candidates appearing for the above examination should not have failed
in any of the subject in the University examinations in the First, Second, and Third
MBBS examinations.
       iii) The prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder's Birthday
Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the prize is not awarded, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.
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           256. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIRU.S.SEKKAPPAN MEMORIAL PRIZE
                                   (Senate Dated 19-03-96)
    This endowment instituted by the student-members of the Instrumentation
Engineering Association in memory of the past student Mr. S.Sekkappan of the
Department of Instrumentation Engineering.
     1. This endowment shall be styled as "THIRU S. SEKKAPPAN MEMORIAL PRIZE".
     2. The amount of Rs. 5,000/- shall be invested in a long-term deposit in an
Scheduled/Nationalized Bank or with Public Sector Undertakings/Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as follows:
          a) "A cash prize of Rs.600/- shall be awarded to one of the best students of
final B.E. (Instrumentation Engineering) Degree Course based on merit-cum-extra
curricular activities, provided the awardee is not in receipt of any other financial
assistance”.
          b) The Cash Prize shall be awarded based on the recommendations of the
Head of the Dept of Instrumentation Engineering and the Dean of the Faculty of Engg.
& Tech., with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor.
         iii) The Prize shall be awarded at the time of convocation every year.
     4. If in any year the prize could not be awarded for unforeseen reasons, the
interest amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


            257. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. C.SILVERA PRIZES ENDOWMEMT
                                   (Senate Dated 19-03-96)
     This endowment instituted by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Founder Pro-Chancellor in
honour of the visit of Dr. C. Silvera, Union Minister of State for Industries on the
occasion of the Decennium Celebration of the Rajah Muthiah Medical College on
19-09-1995.
     1. This endowment shall be styled as "Dr.C. SILVERA PRIZES ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 10.000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous Boards/Corporations
of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized a follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as follows:
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       "One Gold Medal of value not exceeding Rs.1300/- shall be awarded to a
MBBS student who scores the highest marks in the subject "COMMUNITY MEDICINE"
among the regular batch of students appearing for final MBBS University examinations
of every year and without having failed in any of the subject in the University
examinations in the I, II, III MBBS examinations".
       iii) The Medal shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder's Birthday
Celebrations every year.
    4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.

         258. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. K. SRINIVASAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 19-03-96)
      This endowment is founded by Dr.K.Srinivasan, Neurologist, and Madurai to
institute an Endowment in the Faculty of Medicine of the University.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as"Dr. K. SRINIVASAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs.25, 000/- shall be invested in a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled/Nationalized Bank or     with Public Sector Undertakings or Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of the State/ Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        a) Medicine
           i) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding a Gold Medal
of value not exceeding Rs.1990/-to a M.B.B.S. student who scores the highest/
aggregate marks in the subject "MEDICINE I & II” among the regular batch students
appearing for final M.B.B.S. University examination of every year and without having
failed in any of the subjects in the University examinations in these I, II, III M.B.B.S.
examinations.
           ii) The Medal shall be awarded at the time of convocation every year.
        b) Physiology
          i) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for awarding a Gold Medal
of value not exceeding Rs. 1300/-to a M.B.B.S. student who Scores the highest marks
in the subject "PHYSIOLOGY” (aggregate marks in Physiology I & Physiology II) from
among the regular batch of students appearing for the M.B.B.S. part II University
examinations of every year and without having failed in any of subject in the University
examinations in I M.B.B.S. part-I examination.
          ii) The Medal shall be awarded at the time of Second Founders Birthday
Celebrations every year.
    4. If in any year the prizes are not awarded for unforeseen reasons, the unspent
amount shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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   259. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PAVENTHAR BHARATHIDASAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                  (Senate Dated 19-03-96)
      This endowment founded by the Government of Tamilnadu in its G. O. Ms. No.
237 dated 23.2.1995 as announced by the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Tamilnadu Dr. J.
Jaya-lalitha, while releasing the book entitled ‘Purachi Kavignar Bharathidasan”
authored by Dr.V.R. Neduachezhian at Madras on 11-11-1994 for the cause to spread
the literary works of the poet, world wide.
   l. The endowment shall be styled as “PAVENTHAR BHARATHIDASAN PRIZES
ENDOWMENT".
    2. The endowment amount of Rs. 1:00 lakh shall be invested as a Fixed Deposit in
a Scheduled Bank (or) in a Government of India (or) in a Government of Tamilnadu
Undertakings securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) Special Lectures on literary works of the poet Paventhar Bharathidasarn shall
be conducted every year by invited a person to deliver a course of 3 Lectures, appointed
by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Tamil
Studies and Research.
      iii) A sum of Rs. 500/- per lecture shall be paid as honorarium apart from
payment of I class rail fare to and fro.
       iv) The Lecturer so invited shall be treated as the Guest of the University during
his/her visit for the above purpose.
       v) A sum of Rs.10, 000/- shall be set apart for printing of the lectures by the
Publication Section of the University at the discretion of the Syndicate.
       vi) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the conduct of
the Special Lectures and for printing of invitations.
       vii) The Lecturer shall cause, within a month after delivering of the Lectures to
present a copy of each of his/her lectures to the Annamalai University.
     4. One of the poetical works of Paventhar Bharathidasan may be translated into
English, and published by the University once in three years. The University Publication
Department may be given necessary instructions to send complimentary copies of this
book to renowned Universities and Educational Institutes of the world.
    5. If in any year the Lectures are not conducted for unforeseen reasons, the
unspent amount shall be added to the corpus of the Fund.
    6. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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  260. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “AAAA CHICAGO CHAPTER - INTERNATIONAL VISITORS
                            LECTURESHIP PROGRAM”
                                   (Senate Dated 19-03-96)
      This endowment founded by the ANNAMALAI ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF
AMERICA - CHICAGO CHAPTER with full support of its President Dr. Bala V.
Balachandran, J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University,
Illinois, U.S.A.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "AAAA                     CHICAGO   CHAPTER      -
INTERNATIONAL VISITORS LECTURESHIP PROGRAM".
     2. The endowment amount of Rs. 1, 01,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed
deposit    in    a   Scheduled/Nationalized     Bank      or    with    Public   Sector
Undertakings/Transport     Corporations/ Autonomous Boards/Corporations of the
State, or Central Government securing the highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized a follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as follows:
     The President of the "ANNAMALAI ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA -
CHICAGO CHAPTER" shall identify experts from abroad for Lecture or Workshop
programmers to visit Annamalai University. The travel cost for such identified experts
in India i.e. from Madras to Chidambaram and back by paying single first class train
fare and expenditure from Air Port to Railway Station shall be paid besides meeting the
boarding expenses for the stay in the Campus”.
    4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


          261. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. RAJAH SIR ANNAMALAI CHETTIAR
                             TAMIL ISAI ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 19-03-96)
      This endowment is created by the Staff and Students of the Department of Music.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "DR. RAJAH SIR ANNAMALAI CHETTIAR
TAMIL ISAI ENDOWMENT".
     2. The endowment amount of         Rs. 30,000/- shall be invested in a long term
Deposit in an Scheduled/Nationalized Bank or with Public Sector undertakings or
Autonomous Boards/Corporations of the State/Central Government securing the
highest rate of interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest   shall be credited to the University General fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as follows:
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      “Jha jkpH;g;ghly;fs; ,aw;wpa my;yJ ,ir mikj;j (ghly; ,aw;wp ,ir mikj;jy;)
xUtUf;F ,irj;Jiwapd; jiyth; ghpe;Jiuapd; nghpy; Jiznte;jhpd; xg;g[jnyhL %.3000/-
kjpg;g[s;s xU epidt[ ghpR epWtdh; epidt[ tpHhtpy; tHÅ;f ntz;Lk;.
      epWtdh; epidt[ ehs; md;W ,irj;Jiwapy; nkw;go Kot[ bra;ag;gl;ltUf;F tpHh elj;jp
ghuhl;Ltjw;F %.900/- tiu brytpdÅ;fSf;F tHÅ;f ntz;Lk;”.
      4. If in any year the Prize could not be awarded during the year for unforeseen
reasons the interest amount shall be credited to the Corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may warrant.


  262. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "INDIAN SOCIETY FOR ATHEROSCLEROSIS RESEARCH”
                        8TH ANNUAL METTING ENDOWMENT
                                     (Senate Dated 08-11-96)
     This Endowment instituted by the Executive Committee of 8th Annual Meeting of
Indian Society for Atherosclerosis Research at its meeting held on 21-3-96 in the
Department of Bio-Chemistry.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as “INDIAN SOCIETY FOR ATHEROSCLEROSIS
RESEARCH” 8TH ANNUAL MEETING ENDOWMENT.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/-shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/ Public Sector-Undertaking/ Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
          ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:-
     "One cash prize of Rs.1300/- shall be awarded to a meritorious, student of the
M.Sc. Biochemistry Degree course of the Faculty of Science who secured first rank in
the M.Sc. Bio-Chemistry Degree course".
          iii) The prize shall be given at the time of Convocation every year.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


         263. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. T. GOVINDARAJULU PRIZES ENDOWMENTS
                                          (Senate Dated 08-11-96)
       This endowment instituted by Mrs. G.Ananda, Annamalainagar in her
husband's name (Late) Dr.T. Govindarajulu, Head of the Department of Botany and
Dean, Faculty of Science.
   1. The endowment              shall   be   styled   as    "Dr.T.GOVINDARAJULU        PRIZES
ENDOWMENT”.
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    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the award of two
Cash Prizes of value Rs. 700/- and Rs. 600/- to M.Sc. Botany Degree course students
who secure the First and Second position in the subject "PLANT PATHOLOGY”
respectively.
        iii) The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation.
    4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the Endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


      264. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF Dr.S.SINGARAVELAN LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 08-11-96)
    This endowment instituted by Tmt.C.Vadivambal, Mayiladuthurai in her
husband's name (late) Dr.S. Singaravelan who served in the Dept., of Tamil as an
Emeritus Professor in the Year 1994-95.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr. S. SINGARAVELAN LECTURESHIP
ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 10, 000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows :
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited .to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
      ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for inviting eminent scholars
in Tamil to deliver two Lectures on "Thevaram" annually in the Dept. of Tamil Studies
and Research. The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice - Chancellor on the
recommendations of the Head the Dept, of Tamil Studies and Research.
      iii) A sum of Rs. 1000/- shall be paid to the Lecturer as honorarium inclusive of
TA/DA besides treating as the Guest of the University during the period.
      iv) The balance amount shall be utilized for meeting the contingent expenses in
conducting the lectures.
     4. If in any year the Lectureship is not conducted for unforeseen reasons, the same
shall be "arranged in the subsequent year.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall nave the power o make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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           265. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. A.V. RANGACHARHI ENDOWMENT
                                    (Senate Dated 08-11-96)
      This Endowment is being instituted to honor the long and devoted services of Dr
A.V. Rangachari, former Professor and Head of the Department of Economics in the
Annamalai University who served the institution for more than three decades with
distinction in teaching and research.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as Dr.A.V. RANGACHARI ENDOWMENT .
    2. The amount of Rs. 50,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector undertakings / Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for anyone of the following
purposes as per the decision made by the Head of the Department of Economics each
year, in consultation with the Department Faculty.
       a) For arranging Endowment Lectures by Professors of eminence for the benefit
of students of M.A. (Economics) and M.A (Applied Economics)
                                             (OR)
         b) For organizing a Seminar on any theme of Professional importance every year.
                                             (OR)
        c) For publishing 3-5 research papers and circulating it among a wide audience
of Professors and experts, under the auspices of Center for Policy Research.
        iii) If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
       iv) The Syndicate of the University shall have power to, make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the Endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


           266. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIRU N. HARIBHASKAR ENDOWMENT
                                    (Senate Dated 08-11-96)
     This endowment instituted by our Founder Pro-Chancellor Dr.M.A.M.Ramaswamy
in honor of the visit of Thiru N. Haribhasker, I.A.S., Chief Secretary to Government the
Founder's Day on 9-10-1995.
     1. This endowment shall be styled as “THIRU N. HARIBHASKAR ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector undertaking / Transport Corporation / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University
     General Fund being the tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:
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        For award of a cash prize of Rs. 1300/- (Rs. One thousand three hundred only)
to a rank student who has also promoted good human relations during the period of his
study as judged by the Head of the Department in consultation with his colleagues.
        iii) The prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
    4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


      267. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF MANNAI THIRU P.NARAYANASAMY ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 08-11-96)
    This Endowment Instituted by Thiru V. Balakrishnan, General Manager,
Tamilnadu Explosives Ltd., Vellore in the name of Mannai Thiru. P. Narayanaswamy.
   1. The Endowment shall be styled as "MANNAI THIRU P.NARANASWAMY
ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:
       " One Cash Prize of Rs. 1300/- shall be awarded to the first rank student of
M.Sc. Marine Biology Degree course at the Annual Convocation”.
     4. If in any year he prizes are not awarded, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


          268. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF Tmt. RAJAMMAL VADIVEL ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 08-11-96)
    This Endowment instituted by Thiru V. Balakrishnan, General Manager,
Tamilnadu Explosives Ltd., Vellore in the name of Tmt.Rajammal Vadivel.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as "Tmt. RAJAMMAL VADIVEL ENDOWMENT ".
    2. The amount of Rs, 10,000/-shall be invested as long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector undertakings/ Transport Corporation / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for the award of a cash prize
of Rs. 1300/- to the student scoring the highest marks in the first year B.E Chemical
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Engineering Degree course Examination without any failure on unit paper on the
recommendations of the Head of the Department of Technology. The prize shall be
awarded at the Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's birthday celebration function.
    4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


         269. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF TMT. RAJESWARI SRINIVASAN ENDOWMENT
                                  (Senate Dated 08-11-96)
    This Endowment instituted by Tmt. Rajeswari Srinivasan, Madras in the
Department of Computer Science and Engineering of the University.
   1. The Endowment           shall   be   styled   as    "Tmt.   RAJESWARI   SRINIVASAN
ENDOMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 20,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows :-
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        ii)The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the award of cash
prize of Rs.1000/-Rs.750/- and Rs. 500/-to the first, second and third placed M.C.A.
students respectively on the basis of evaluation of a special project work outside the
normal curriculum during the second year of M.C.A. course by a Committee of the
Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology and the Head of the Department of
Computer Science and Engineering. The prize shall be awarded at the Second Founder
Pro-Chancellor's birthday celebration function.
    4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


           270. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “DR.P.K. PONNUSAMY ENDOWMENT”
                                  (Senate Dated 08-11-96)
     This Endowment instituted by our Founder Pro-Chancellor Dr.M.A.M.
Ramaswamy in honor of the visit of Dr.P.K. Ponusamy, ViceChancellor, University of
Madras to deliver the 91st Birthday Commemoration address of our Second Founder
Pro-Chancellor.
     1. This endowment shall be styled as " DR. P.K.PONNUSAMY ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
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       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited the University General Fund, being tied
donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the publication
of Research papers in National and International Journals by the members of the staff
and Research Scholars of the Department of Zoology and that Rs. 100/-shall be given
for publication in National and Rs. 200/- in International Journals.
     4. If in any year the amount of interest is not utilized, the unspent amount shall
be added to the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power make such changes in the
terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


        271. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROF. R. NATARAJAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                  (Senate Dated 26-03-97)
     This endowment instituted by our Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M.
Ramaswamy Avl. in hononr of the visit of Prof. R. Natarajan, Director, IIT, Chennai on
the occasion of his visit to the University for delivering 63rd Annual Convocation
Address on 3rd April, 1996.
   1. The endowment            shall   be   styled   as   “PROF.R.   NATARAJAN       PRIZES
ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as Follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:
        "The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for award of 2 cash
prizes of value Rs. 650/- each one to B.E. (Manufacturing) degree course and the other
to B.E. (Electrical) student who secures the first rank in the respective discipline".
        iii) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.
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     272. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF RENGASAMY ANBUNATHAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 26-03-97)
     This endowment instituted by Major General V. Rangasamy Anbunathan, Corana,
U.S.A. for Rs. 25,000/- in memory of his son late Anbunathan.
   1. This endowment shall be styled as “RANGASAMY ANBUNATHAN PRIZES
ENDOWMENT”.
     2. The amount of Rs. 25.000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3.The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:
            a) Best I MBBS Student:
          The amount shall be utilized for awarding a Gold Medal of value not
exceeding Rs. l,990/-to a MBBS student who scores the highest aggregate marks in the
subjects of Anatomy I & II, Physiology I & II and Bio-Chemistry in the University
examinations from among the regular batch of students, without having failed in any of
the subject(s) in the I MBBS Part I & II examination.
            (b) Cardiology :-
          The amount shall be utilized for awarding a Gold Medal of value of not
exceeding Rs. 1,300/- to an MBBS student who scores the highest mark in Cardiology
in an examination, including Theory / Clinical/Oral examination specially conducted
for the purpose from among the regular batch of students appearing for III MBBS Part II
University examination, without having failed in any of the subjects in the University
examinations in I, II and III MBBS examinations.
       iii) The Medals shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder's Birthday
celebrations.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power
to make such changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances
may render desirable.


             273. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PLEXUS '96 PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 26-03-97)
     This endowment instituted by Students of R.M.M.C. admitted in 1992 (Kshatriyas)
on the occasion of PLEXUS ’96 function.
     1. The endowment shall be styled as "PLEXUS 1996 PRlZES ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government securing highest rate of interest
payable annually.
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      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of Interest available shall be utilized as follows: The
amount shall be utilized for awarding a Gold Medal of the value not exceeding Rs. 1,300
/-to an MBBS student who scores the highest marks in the subject of Bio-Chemistry
from among the regular batch of students in the I MBBS Part II University examinations
every year and without having failed        in any of the subjects in the University
examination in I MBBS. The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder's
Birthday celebration.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


  274. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF Dr. S.R. RANGANATHAN LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 26-03-97)
      This endowment instituted by the Department of Library and Information Sciences
out of the money collected for ISALIC seminar and of the sale proceeds of the festschrift
volume. This endowment is instituted in the name of Dr.S.R.RANGANATHAN the father
of Library & Information Sciences.
   1 The end owment shall be styled as "Dr.S.R. RANGANATHAN LECTURESHIP
ENDOWMENT”.
     2 The amount of Rs. 15,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled bank/Public sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
      3 The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:“The
balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for conducting Special Lectures
every year by inviting a fit person to deliver a course of three lectures, appointed by the
Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the Dept. of Library and
Information Sciences for the benefit of the students of the Department.
        iii) A Sum of Rs. 200/- per lecture shall be paid as honorarium apart from
payment of First Class Railway fare to and fro and DA as per University rates, besides
treating him/her as guest of University.
    4 If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5 The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable
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         275. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIRU A.JAYABALAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                        (Senate Dated 26-03-97)
    This endowment instituted by Thiru A.Jayabalan, General Manager, M/s. V.R.V
Natural Resources Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Chennai-18.
    1. The endowment           shall   be   styled   as   “THIRU A.     JAYABALAN      PRIZES
  ENDOWMENT"
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:-
        "The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for award of 2 cash
prizes of value of Rs. 700/-and 600/- to M. Sc. Applied Geology degree course students
who secure the first and second positions in the subject paper "Hydrogeology” together
with a certificate”.
         iii) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation.
    4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5 The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


  276. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIRU D. ARUNACHALAM LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
                                        (Senate Dated 26-03-97)
     This endowment instituted by the Children of Thiru D.Arunachalam, Reader in
Geology (Retd.).
   1. The endowment shall be styled as “THIRU D. ARUNACHALAM LECTURESHIP
ENDOWMENT”.
     2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/ - shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government Securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:
       "The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the conduct of
Special Lectures in the Department of Geology every year by inviting experts for benefit
of students.
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        The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations
of the Department H.D. of Geology. The Lecturer so invited shall be paid Rs. 1100/- as
honorarium inclusive TA/DA and he/she be treated as guest of the University.
       The balance amount of interest, available shall be utilized for the conduct of
Special Lectures and for printing of lectures if funds are available.
        iii) The Lectureship shall be arranged every year.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


        277. TERMS AND CONDITION OF PROF.K.ALUDIA PILLAI PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                       (Senate Dated 26-03-97)
        This endowment instituted by Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl. in honour of the visit of Prof. K. Aludia Pillai to deliver the Commemoration Address
on the birthday celebrations of our Second Founder                Pro-Chanclellor held on 5-8-
1996.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as “PROF. K.ALUDIA PLLIAI PRIZES
ENDOMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government securing highest rate of interest
payable annually.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
        ii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:
          a) "To award one cash prize of Rs. 665/- to Student of the M.Com. Degree
Class who secures the highest marks in the subject “Investment portfolio Management”
at the University examination every year”.
          b) To award one cash prize of Rs. 665/-to a student of the M.Com. Degree
class who secures the highest marks in the subject “Financial Markets and Services" at
the University Examination every year.
       iii) The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancell or
birth day celebrations.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.
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     278. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF INDIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, CHIDAMBARAM
                 Dr.K. RANGASWAMY PILLAI LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 26-03-97)
     This endowment instituted by "Indian Medical Association, Chidambaram” for Rs.
25,000/-in honour of Distinguished, selfless and Articulate 50 years of service rendered
by the eminent, affectionate Doctor Dr. K. Rangaswamy Pillai.
    1 The endowment shall be styled as “INDIAN MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION,
CHIDAMBARAM Dr. K. RANGASWAMY PILLAI LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT".
    2 The amount of Rs 25,000/ - shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3 The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University        General Fund, being
the tied donation fund.
       ii) The balance amount of interest available, shall be utilized for conducting a
seminar every year by inviting two eminent medical teachers with a view to benefit the
Medical students, teachers of the Rajah Muthiah Medical College, in particular, besides
other Medical Men and General Public.
      The Lecturers shall be appointed by                    the   Vice-Chancellor   on   the
recommendations of the Dean, Faculty of Medicine.
       iii) A sum of Rs.1,600/- shall be paid as honorarium inclusive of T.A and D.A to
each of the two Lecturers so invited, besides treating him/her as guests of the
University.
    4 If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5.The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


              279. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF NLC – NSS PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                   (Senate Dated 26-03-97)
    This endowment instituted by the Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd., Neyveli for the
award of prizes to the Programme Officers and Volunteers.
     1. The endowment shall be styled as "NLC - NSS PRIZES ENDOWMENT".
     2. The amount of Rs. 30,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government securing the highest rate of
interest payable annually.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of the interest available shall be utilized as follows:
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          a) One Best NSS Officer cash award of Rs 1,000/- in the name of our
Founder Pro-chancellor Dr. M.A.M Ramaswamy to a NSS Officer who is rendering
outstanding services in NSS.
         b) One Best Male NSS Volunteer Cash Award for Rs. 500/- in the name of our
Vice-Chancellor Dr. M.G. Muthukumarasamy.
           c) One Best Female NSS Volunteer Cash Award for Rs. 500/- in the name of
Shri S.P. Varma, Ex.Chairman, NLC Ltd., Neyveli.
          d) The awardee of the above Prizes every year shall be selected by the Vice-
Chancellor on the recommendations of a Committee constituted by the Vice Chancellor
with the Programme Coordinator as the Convenor.
            e) The balance amount available shall be utilized for the NSS Volunteers, NSS
Officials to go for National/State level seminars, camps, cultural festivals etc.
          f) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder’s Birthday
Celebrations.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances, may render desirable.


           280. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HON'BLE THIRU P.T.R. PALANIVELRAJAN
                                 PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                     (Senate dated 26-03-97)
       This endowment instituted by Founder Pro-Chancellor in honour of the visit of
Hon'ble Thiru P.T.R. Palanivelrajan, Speaker, Tamilnadu Legislative Assembly,
Government of Tamilnadu on 30-9-96 for delivering the Founder's Day Celebrations
commemoration address.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "HON'BLE THIRU P.T.R. PALANIVELRAJAN
PRIZES ENDOWMENT".
     2.The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government securing the     highest rate of
interest payable annually.
        3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
          i) l/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the corpus of the Fund every
year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) Balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for award of Gold
Medal* Prize to best outgoing student of B.O.T. degree course of Rajah Muthiah Medical
College.
         iv) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
         *vide Sy.Res.No.25, Dated 12.1.99
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    4 If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5 The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


            281. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF RM. BAIRAVAN AND PL. SABARATHINAM
                                  PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                     (Senate dated 26-03-97)
        This endowment instituted by Thiru S.M. Kumar, Singapore.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "RM. BAIRAVAN AND PL.SABARATHINAM
PRIZES ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government securing highest rate of interest
payable annually.
        3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
          i) l/3rd of the interest accruable shall be credited to the corpus of the Fund,every
year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
          iii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized as follows:
       “Rs.600/- to be given to the best (academic) student of II year, III year and IV
year B.E. (Chem) course. He should not be the recipient of any another financial
assistance. Preference will be given to children of teachers (School, College or
University)”.
          iv) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder’s Day.
    4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.

     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.The
candidate selected for the award in the II Year of his course will continue to receive the
scholarship in the III Year and IV Year, provided he maintains a good character and has
passed the earlier examinations. In case he fails in the earlier examination his
scholarship will be discontinued and a fresh candidate in the year concerned may be
chosen based on his performance in his previous two semester’s examinations and
character.
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      282. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF WG. CDR. K.G.RADHAKRISHNAN SCHOLARSHIP AND
                                 PRIZES ENDOWMENT
     This amount of Rs.35,000/- was donated by the Annamalai University Engineering
and Texhnology Alumni Association towards the creation of scholarship and prizes
endowment in the name if WG. CDR. K.G. Radhakrishnan in the faculty of Engineering
and Technology of this University.
     1. This Endowment shall be styled as “WG. CDR. K.G. Radhakrishnan Scholarship
and Prizes Endowment.
     2. The Endowment amount of Rs.35,000/- shall be invested as fixed deposit in a
Transport Corporation/Public Sector undertakings State/Central securing the highest
rate of interest payable annually.
       3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
       i) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
         ii) The balance amount of interest shall be utilised as follows:
                 a. Three Scholorships, each of the value of Rs.500/- shall be awarded
       annually to three most deserving boys of the final year class in the Departments of
       Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Production Electrical Instrumentation, Computer
       Science & Technology whose performances and conduct are good and who are not
       in receipt of any other Scholarchips.
                b. Six Medal prizes each to the value of Rs.500/- shall be awarded to a
       best student in the following branches of Engineering every year at the time of
       convocation.
       Best Student Award:
            1. B.E. Instrumentation Engineering
            2. B.E. Production Engineering
            3. B.E. Mechanical Engineering
            4. B.E. Computer & Engieering
       Best N.C.C Cadet Award:
            1. TN Composite Technical Company NCC
            2. 5 (TN) Naval Unit NCC
     The balance amount of interest available in each year shall be added to the corpus
of the fund.
       4. If in any year the amount is not utilised, the unspent amount shall be added to
          the corpus of the fund.
       5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have power to take such
          changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment, as circumstances may
          render desirable.
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   283. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “MANGAI – RATHINAM SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT”
                            ( Senate dated 24-10-1997 )
    This endowment instituted by Thiru S.V. Sevugan Chetty, Sevugan Tamil Vallal
Meyyappa Chettiar Trust, Chennai-17 in memory of his late daughter Mangai.
       1. The endowment shall be styled as “MANGAL RATHINAM SCHOLARSHIP
          ENDOWMENT”.
       2. The endowment of Rs.1,25,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit
          in a Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/
          Autonomous Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
       3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised follows:
           i)   1/3 of interest shall be credited to Corpus of the Fund every year.
           ii) 5% of interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
               tied donation fund.
           iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
               Section of the office shall be utilised as follows:
                a) Three Scholarships equally divided one each in II Year B.E. (Chem.), III
                Year B.E. (Chem.), IV Year B.E. (Chem.) course deserving candidate
                recommended by the Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering and
                the Dean, Faculty of Engg & Technology based on his performance in the
                First Year University Examinations and character shall be awarded.


         284. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. B. RAMAMURTHY PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                    (Senate dated 24-10-97)
      This endowment instituted by Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl. in honour of the visit of Dr. B. Ramamurthy, Neurosurgeon, Chennai to deliver the
64th Annual Convocation Address on 6th March, 1997.
    1.The endowment             shall   be    styled   as     "Dr.B.RAMAMURTHY        PRIZES
  ENDOWMENT".
    2.The amount of Rs. 10.000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government.
       3.The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) l/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section shall be utilized as follows:
     The amount shall be utilized for awarding a Gold Medal to an MBBS Student who
secures the highest marks in Pharmacology in the University Examinations from among
the regular batch of students, without having failed in any of the subject(s) in the I
MBBS Part I & II examinations.
         iv) The Prizes/Scholarships/Medals shall be awarded at the time of II Founders
Day.
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    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5.The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


      285. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF JUSTICE M. FATHIMABEEVI PRIZES ENDOWMENT
                                     (Senate dated 24-10-97)
      This endowment instituted by Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl. in honour of the visit of Her Excellency the Governor of Tamilnadu and Chancellor
of the University on 6-3-1997 for 64th Annual Convocation of the University.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as "JUSTICE M.FATHIMABEEVI PRIZES
ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 10.000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government.
        3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
          i) l/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus of the Fund every
year.
       ii) 5% of the Interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of Interest available as certained from the accounts
section of the Office shall be utilized as follows:
           a) “A Certificate and a Cash Prize of Rs. 250/-shall be awarded to a I Year
M.A, Sociology student who secures highest marks in the Paper No. II Early Sociological
Theories”.
           b) "A Certificate and a Cash Prize of Rs. 250/- shall be awarded to a I Year
M.A. Sociology student who secures highest marks in Paper V Modern Sociological
Theories".
          c) "A Certificate and a Cash Prize of Rs. 250/- shall be awarded to a IYear
M.A. Sociology Student who secures highest marks in Paper X Sociology of Development
and Modernization".
          d) “A Certificate and a Gold Modal worth Rs. 900/- shall be awarded to the
II-Year M.A. Sociology student who secures highest marks in Project Dissertation
including the Viva-Voce Examination on the Project”.
         iv) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.
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         286.TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “SHRI S. BALACHANDRAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT”
                                     (Senate dated 26-03-98)
    This endowment instituted by Mrs. Kamala Balachandran, in memory of her
husband Shri. S. Balachandran (Late) who studied in B.A. Eco., (Hons.) and Gold
Medalist in the year 1952 in the University.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as "SHRI S. BALACHANDRAN PRIZES
ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 1,00,000/- shall to invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government.
        3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
          i) l/3rd of interest shall be credited to the Corpus of the Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Office shall be utilized as follows:
        “Two Cash Prizes of equal value on the available interest shall be awarded for
the most meritorious and poor students, one each from M.A. I year (Economics) and
M.A. I year (Applied Economics) courses respectively”.
       iv) The Prizes / Scholarships/ Medals shall be awarded at the time of Second
Folder-Pro-Chancellor's Birthday Celebrations every year.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the University shall have the power to make such changes in
the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render desirable.


          287. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "VALLALAR SCHOLARSHIPS ENDOWNMENT
             (Senate dated 31-03-98, Syndicate Res. No. 6 dated 10-07-1999 (revision))
     This endowment for Rs. 25 lakhs instituted by the Government of TamilNadu
through a G.O. Ms.No.374 dated 18-7-97 in the names of prominent leaders for
awarding scholarships to the best and outstanding students in Colleges/Universities.
        1. The endowment shall be styled as "VALLALAR SCHOLARSHIPS ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 25, 00,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in
a Scheduled Bank/ Public sector Undertaking/transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of state or Central Government
        3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
          a) 20% of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus of the Fund every
year.
       b) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
       “Scholarship of a value of Rs. 300/-per month for Arts and Science and
Rs. 500/-p.m. for Professional course and Research Students for ten months of every
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Academic Year course of study (excluding vacation period of 2 months) shall be awarded
to meritorious students to meet substantial portion of tuition and other fee components
in undergoing Post-Graduate and Professional Under-Graduate Courses and Research
Studies”.
        c) The Scholarships shall be disbursed to the students in two installments every
year.
      d) These scholarships shall be distributed to various faculties as indicated below
and shall be awarded at the commencement of the course of study.
               Faculty of Arts                     10
               Facalty of Indian Languages          3
               Faculty of Fine Arts                 1
               Faculty of Agriculture               9
               Faculty of Dentistry                   1
                                                   24
        e) Students who are in receipt of any other Scholarship are also eligible to
receive this Scholarship.
       f) Merit based on performance and conduct shall be the criteria for selection of
the Scholarship.
       g) The Vice-Chancellor shall have the power in awarding the Scholarships based
on the recommendations of the concerned Heads of the Departments and the Dean of
the Faculty in deciding the candidates. The decision of Vice-Chancellor is final.
       h) The Vice-Chancellor shall also have the power in determining the Number of
scholarship to each Faculty keeping in view the broad indication of distribution
indicated above under Sl.No.3 (d) with reference to availability of funds each year under
the Endowment.
         i) Renewal of the scholarships for completion of the course of study shall be
given on the continuous meritorious performance of the students in previous
examinations and on satisfactory conduct based on the recommendations of the
concerned Heads of the Departments of study and the Dean of the Faculty..
     4. Uncovered interest component of a particular year either due to non-availability
of candidate (or) fraction of interest on the administrative exercise shall be added to the
Corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment, if circumstances may render
desirable.


               288. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "RAMASAMY PADAYATCHIAR
                               SCHOLARSHIPS ENDOWMENT”
           (Senate dated 31-03-98, Syndicate Res.No. 6 dated 10-07-1999 (revision))
     This endowment for Rs. 25 lakhs instituted by the Government of Tamil Nadu
through a G.O.Ms.No.374 dated        18-7-97 in the names of prominent leaders for
awarding scholarships to the best and outstanding students in Colleges/Universities.
   1. The endowment shall               be   styled       as   "RAMASAMY     PADAYATCHIAR
SCHOLARSHIPS EHDOWMENT."
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    2. The amount of Rs. 25,00,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in
a Schedule Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         a) 20% of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus of the Fund every year.
       b) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
section of the Administrative office shall be utilized as follows:
     “Scholarship of a value of Rs. 300/-per mensem for Arts and Science and Rs.500/-
p.m. for Professional course and Research Students for ten months of every Academic
Year course of study (excluding vacation period of 2 months) shall be awarded to
meritorious students to meet substantial portion of tuition and other fee components in
undergoing Post-Graduate and Professional Under-Graduate Courses and Research
Studies”.
         c) The scholarship shall be disbursed to the students in two instalments every year.
      d) These scholarships shall be distributed to various faculties as indicated below
and shall be awarded at the commencement of the course of study.
                Faculty of Science             9
                Faculty of Engg. & Tech.       9
                Faculty of Education           4
                Faculty of Medicine
                BPT, BOT and Nursing)          3
                                            25
        e) Students who are in receipt of any other scholorship are also eligible to receive
this scholorship.
       f) Merit based on performance and conduct shall be the criteria for selection of
the scholorship.
       g) The Vice- chancellor shall have the power in awarding the scholorships based
on the recommendations of the concerned Heads of the Departments and the Dean of
the Faculty in deciding the candidates. The decision of vice chancellor is final.
       h) The Vice Chancellor shall also have the power in determining the number of
scholorship to each faculty keeping in view the broad indication of distribution
indicated above under Sl. No. 3 with reference to availability of funds each year under
the endowment.
         i) Renewal of the scholorship for completion of the course of study shall be
given on the continuous meritorious performance of the students in previous
examinations, and on statisfactory conduct based on the recommendations of the
concerned Heads of the Departments of study and the Dean of the Faculty.
     4. Uncovered interest component of a particular year either due to non availability
of candidate (or) fraction of interest on the administrative exercise shall be added to the
corpus of the fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the AnnamalaiUniversity shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment, if circumstances may render
desirable.
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          289. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “Dr. B. ELANGO PRIZES ENDOWMENT”
                                   (Senate dated 31-03-98)
      This endowment instituted by Founder Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl. in honour of the visit of Dr. B. Elango, Vice-Chancellor, Bharathiar University on 5-
8-97 to deliver Commemoration address of birthday celebration of           Dr. Rajah Sir
Muthiah Chettiar.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as “Dr. B. ELANGO PRIZES ENDOWMENT”.
    2.The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested, as a long term fixed deposit in
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/ Corporation of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) l/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative office shall be utilized as follows:
        “The balance available interest amount shall be utilized for award of Two Cash
Prizes of equal value to the students who secure highest marks up to the Third Year in
the subjects "Electronics".(Electronics I, Electronics II, Digital Electronics and Power
Electronics) undergoing under Graduate Course both in Electrical and Instrumentation
Departments”.
      iv) The Prizes / Scholarships / Medals shall be awarded at the time of second
Founder Pro-Chancellor’s Birthday Celebrations every year.
    4. If in any year interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.

      290. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "PROF. B. VARADHARAJAN PRIZES ENDOWMENT”
                               (Senate dated 31.03.98)
      This endowment instituted by Annamalai Commerce Alumni Association at the
Felicitation function held on 10-11-97 for the Prof. B.Varadharajan organized by the
Department of Commerce.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as        "PROF.         B.   VARADHARAJAN     PRIZES
ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs. 20,000/- shall be invested as a long time fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporation / Autonomous
Boards /Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the account
section of the administrative office shall be utilized as follows:
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       The available interest amount shall be utilized for award of Two-Cash-Prizes of
equal value to the Students of M.B.S. and M.F.S. Degree Courses of the Department of
Commerce as detailed below:
       M.B.S. (Master of Business Studies) who secures highest marks in Paper II
Organizational Behaviour in the I semester Examinations.
      M.F.S. (Master of Financial Services) who secures highest marks in Paper II
Business Finance and Financial Services in the I semester Examinations.
       iv) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro Chancellor's
Birthday celebrations every year.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and Conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.

     291. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “HON’BLE JUSTICE THIRU T. JAYARAMA CHOUTA
                                PRIZES ENOWMENT"
                               (Senate dated 17.3.99)
      This endowment instituted by Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl. in honour of visit of Hon’ble Justice Thiru T. Jayarama Chouta, Judge, High Court,
Madras who delivered 63rd Founder's Day Commemoration Address on 30-9-1997.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as “HON'BLE JUSTICE THIRU T. JAYARAMA
CHOUTA PRIZES ENDOWMENT” .
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000 shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government.
        3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
          i) 1/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund    every
year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of the interest available as certained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                         "DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION"
        A cash prize of Rs.860 shall be awarded to a candidate in M.B.A. (FT) I year who
gets first rank, both first and second semester put together and passed in first and
second semester, in the first attempt.
          iv) The prizes shall be awarded at the time of First Founder's day.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.
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          292. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “HON'BLE JUSTICE THIRU S.JAGADEESAN
                             LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT”
                                 (Senate dated 17.3.99)
     This endowment instituted by Founder Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl. in honour of visit of Hon'ble Justice Thiru. S. Jagadeesan, Judge, High Court,
Madras who delivered the 64th Founder's Day Commemoration Address on 24.10.98.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "HON'BLE JUSTICE THIRU S.JAGADEESAN
LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT”
    2. The amount of Rs. l0,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Board/Corporations of State or Central Government.
        3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
          i) 1/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus of the Fund every
year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund,being the
tied donation fund.
      iii) The balance amount of the interest available as ascertained from the
Accounts Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
        "DEPT. OF BIO-CHEMISTRY"
      i) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for conducting Special Lectures
once in two years by inviting a fit person to deliver the lectures, appointed by the
''Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the Dept. of Bio-Chemistry
and the Dean of the Faculty of Science, for the benefit of the students of the
Department.
    ii) The Lecturer shall be paid Rs. 1,700 (Rupees One Thousand and Seven
Hundred Only) as honorarium inclusive of T.A. & D.A. besides treating as Guest of the
University.
    iii) The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the miscellaneous
expenditure towards conduct of Special Lecture.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


         293. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF MRS. V. ARILAKSHMI VEERARAGHAVAN AND
                       DR. K. VEERARAGHAVAN PRIZE ENDOWMENT
                                ( Senate dated 16-10-1999 )
     This Endowment instituted by the members of the Staff of DDE Zoology Wing and
Research Scholars under the guidance of Dr. K. Veeraraghavan, Prof. of Zoology, DDE
on the eve of his retirement.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as "MRS. V. ARILAKSHMI VEERARAGHAVAN
AND Dr. K. VEERARAGHAVAN PRIZE ENDOWMENT".
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    2.The amount of Rs. 25.000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards /Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
          i) 1 /3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
          ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
       Convocation Prize with Gold Medal, and Merit Certificate for a student who
secures I Rank in first attempt in the M.Sc., Zoology examination through Distance
Education".
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


         294. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. VIJAYAM SRI RAMULU PRIZE ENDOWMENT
                                (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
    This Endowment instituted by Dr.S. Vijayalakshmi, Prof. of Zoology (Retired) in the
name of her husband Dr. Vijayam Sri Ramulu, Former Prof. and Head of the
Department of Zoology.
   1. The Endowment shall be styled as “Dr. VIJAYAM SRI RAMULU PRIZE
ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs. 20,000 /- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
          i) 1/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                                       DEPT. OF ZOOLOGY
        Convocation Prize for I Rank M.Phil Degree student in Zoology who scores
highest marks in all the examinations put together and secures degree within the
stipulated period.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.
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        295. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "THIRU. NARASIMHACHARI - RAJALAKSHMI
                               PRIZE ENDOWMENT”
                                  (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
     This Endowment instituted by Dr. K. Seshadri, Prof. of History (Retd) in memory of
his parents.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as “THIRU NARASIMHACHARI -RAJALAKSHMI
PRIZE ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
       "Convocation cash Prize of Rs. 850/- to a I Rank student in M.A. History (Part I
& Part II) put together who has passed the examinations in the first attempt through
correspondence.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


  296. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "Dr. S. SUNDARARAJAN LECTURESHIP ENDOWMENT"
                                  (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
     This Endowment instituted by the well wishers of Late Dr. S. Sundararajan, Prof.
of Education (Retd) in memory to commemorate his Yeoman services to the cause of
Education.
   1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Dr. S. SUNDARARAJAN LECTURESHIP
ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
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       "For conducting Special Lectures on Education once in two years by inviting an
eminent Professor in Education appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the
recommendations of the Head of the Department /Dean, Education for the benefit of
the students of the Department of Education. The Professor shall be paid Rs. 1500/- as
honorarium inclusive of TA/DA besides treating as the guest of the University".

    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the Fund.

     5.The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


         297. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "ARUN ANANTHARAMAN PRIZE ENDOWMENT"
                                  (Senate dated 16-10-1999)

    This Endowment instituted by Dr. V. Anantharaman, Prof. of Physiology, Rajah
Muthiah Medical College in the name of his Son.

   1. The Endowment            shall   be   styled   as    "ARUN   ANANTHARAMAN      PRIZE
ENDOWMENT"

    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.

     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:

         i) 1/3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.

       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.

       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:

        "For the award of a prize to an Under-Graduate Engineering student / Students
for best projects in Bio-Medical Engineering carried out by him”.

      A committee consisting of Dean (FEAT) & a Professor from Physiology
department (Medical) shall recommed suitable student for the award. The concerned
Heads of the Department shall be co-opted to the committee.

         iv) The prizes shall be awarded at the time of convocation.

    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the Fund.

     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.
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       298. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "DR. M.A.M. RAMASWAMY PRIZE ENDOWMENT"
                                  (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
     This Endowment instituted by Thiru R. 'Narayanaswamy, Reader in Plant
Pathology, Faculty of Agriculture for awarding a prize to the student in the Department
of Horticulture.
   1. The Endowment            shall   be   styled   as   “DR.M.A.M.RAMASWAMY        PRIZE
ENDOWMENT'.
    2. The amount ofRs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
       “For the award of Gold plated Silver medal at the convocation to a B.Sc., (Hort.)
student who has scored first rank in all the papers put together in the subjects of plant
Pathology”.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


      299. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DR. PR. KARPAGAGANAPATHY PRIZE ENDOWMENT
                                  (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
     This Endowment instituted by Mrs. K. Anitha Arun in the name of her father who
has served as Head of the Department of Zoology and Dean, Faculty of Science.
   1.The Endowment shall be styled as "DR. PR. KARPAGAGANAPATHY PRIZE
ENDOWMENT".
    2.The amount of Rs. 10.000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3.The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1 / 3rd of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
        Dept. of Zoology “Second Founder’s day cash prize for a student who scores I
rank in the first year examination of M.Sc. (Zoology)”.
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    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the Corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


          300. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF V.SHANMUGASUNDARAM ENDOWMENT
                                 (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
     This Endowment instituted by the Prof V.Shanmugasundaram Endowment
Committee in appreciation of Prof. V. Shanmugasundarams significant contribution to
Physics and his distinguished services in Annamalai University. Contributions were
received from his students, colleagues, friends and admirers.
   1. The Endowment shall be styled as “PROF. V. SHANMUGASUNDARAM
ENDOWMENT”.
     2. The amount of Rs. 1,00,001 /- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in
a scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative office shall be utilized as follows:
   1. 30% of the interest to be utilized for the award of "PROF. V.          SHANMUGA
SUNDARAM. M.Sc., PHYSICS GOLD MEDAL".
   2. 30% of the interest to be utilized for the award of “PROF. V. SHANMUGA
SUNDARAM FIRST M.Sc., PHYSICS SCHOLARSHIP”
   3. 30% of the interest to be utilized for the award of “PROF. V. SHANMUGA
SUNDARAM SECOND M.Sc., PHYSICS SCHOLARSHIP”
   4. 10% of the interest to be utilized to conduct “PROF. V. SHANMUGASUNDARAM
ENDOWMENT LECTURES".
CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD
    1. The "PROF. V. SHANMUGASUNDARAM, M.Sc., PHYSICS GOLD MEDAL". (Value
Approximately Rs. 3000/-).
     The "PROF. V. SHANMUGASUNDARAM, M.Sc., PHYSICS GOLD MEDAL" shall be
awarded annually at the convocation to the candidate who has passed the M.Sc.,
Physics degree examination securing the first rank in M.Sc., Physics having passed all
papers at first appearance.
    2. The      "PROF. V. SHANMUGASUNDARAM, FIRST M.Sc., PHYSICS
SCHOLARSHIP" (Value approximately Rs3000/-). The Scholarship shall be awarded
annually to a student of first year M.Sc., Physics of this University who secured the
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highest number of marks out of a total 100 on the following basis having passed all the
examinations at the first appearance.
      20% of the percentage of marks in S.S.L.C. or equivalent examination.
      30 % of the percentage of marks in the Higher Secondary final examination.
     50% of the percentage of marks in the B.Sc. Physics examination (Main & Ancillary
put together).
     If such a candidate secures any other scholarship and declines this offer, then the
scholarship shall be awarded to the next best candidate under the same criterion.
     3. The “PROF.V.SHANMUGASUNDARAM, SECOND M.Sc.PHYSICS SCHOLARSHIP"
(Value Approximately Rs.3000/-).
     The scholarship shall be awarded annually to a student in second year M.Sc.
Physics who was awarded the "Prof. V. Shanmugasundaram, First Year M.Sc., Physics
Scholarship under item 2 above provided he secures first class marks in M.Sc. First
Year Examinations at the first appearance.
       In the event of the first-year awardee not qualifying for second year award then
the scholarship shall be awarded to a student of second year M.Sc., Physics of this
University who secures the highest marks out of the total of 150 on the following basis.
      20% of the percentage of the marks in S.S.L.C. or equivalent examination.
    30% of the percentage of the marks in Higher Secondary or equivalent
examination.
     50% of the percentage of the marks in B.Sc., Physics examination (Main &
Ancillary put together).
      50% of the percentage of the marks in first year M.Sc., Physics examination.
     If such a candidate secures any other scholarship and declines this award then
the scholarship shall be awarded to the next best candidate under the same criterion.
    4.   "PROF.   V.   SHANMUGASUNDARAM,                   ENDOWMENT          LECTURES"
(APPROXIMATELY RS. 2400/-)
     A course of lectures not less than two shall be delivered once in two years in this
University. The Lecturer shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor of the University
from a panel of three names recommended by the Head of the Department of. Physics. A
sum of Rs. 1500/- shall be paid to the lecturer as honorarium (inclusive of all
expenses). These lectures shall be printed and published in a booklet form by the
University for which purpose a sum of approximately Rs. 900/- may be allotted and the
copies may be distributed free of cost to institutions/ individuals/ as recommended by
the Head of the Department of Physics.
     5. In the event of the amount not being utilized in any year for the purpose allotted
the unexpended interest shall be added to the corpus of the fund.
    6. The Syndicate shall have the power to revise the terms and conditions of the
award if circumstances may warrant such revision.
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         301. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “Dr. K. KETAN DESAI PRIZE ENDOWMENT”
                                  (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
      This Endowment instituted by Founder Pro-Chancellor DR.M.A.M.RAMASWAMY
Avl. in honour of the visit of Dr. K. Ketan Desai, President, Medical Council of India to
the University on 8-12-1998 for delivering the Convocation address.
     1. The Endowment shall be styled as "Dr.K.KETAN DESAI PRIZE ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                           DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL EDUCATION
       “A medal (Gold/Silver) for the value of Rs. 850/- shall be awarded to the student
who scores the highest marks in the University Examinations in Pathology I & II
together, without having failed in any of the University examinations earlier either in I
MBBS or II MBBS Part I & II.
       iv) The Medal shall be awarded at the time of Second-Founder Pro-Chancellor’s
Birthday Celebration.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.

         302. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “PROF. R.M. VASAGAM PRIZE ENDOWMENT”
                                  (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
      This Endowment instituted by Founder-Pro-Chancellor DR.M.A.M.RAMASWAMY
Avl. in honour of the visit of Prof. R.M. Vasagam, Vice-Chancellor, Anna University who
delivered the 94th Birthday commemoration address of our Second-Founder Pro-
Chancellor Dr. Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar on 5.8.98.
   1. The Endowment            shall   be   styled   as    "PROF.   R.M.   VASAGAM   PRIZE
ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall, be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund
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       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                                FACULTY OF ENGG. & TECH.
        "One Prize shall be awarded to a U.G. student who passed out from the
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering degree course excelling in academic and
social attainments”.
      iv) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder's Day on 5th
August every year.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


       303. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “THIRU. SM. MEYYAPPAN CHETTIAR AND
LATE TMT. M. MEENAKSHI ACHI OF SHANMUGANATHAPURAM SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT”
                            (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
    This Endowment instituted by THIRU. CHANDRASEKAR MEYYAPPAN, U.S.A. an
Alumni of the Annamalai University, in the name of his parents.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as THIRU SM. MEYYAPPAN CHETTIAR AND
LATE TMT. M.MEENAKSHI ACHI OF SHANMUGANATHAPURAM SCHOLARSHIP
ENDOWMENT.
    2. The amount of Rs. 50,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University Genera! Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                                FACULTY OF ENGG. & TECH.
       “Two scholarships shall be awarded to one student of each sex studying in the
Faculty of Engg. and Tech. in the Final year Engineering degree course based on their
involvement in community service and academic performance”.
     iv) The Scholarships shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder's Day on
5 August every year.
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    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.
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         304. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “Tmt. PADMA RAMACHANDRAN ENDOWMENT”
                                (Senate dated 16-10-1999)
    This     Endowment      instituted     by    FOUNDER      PRO      CHANCELLOR
DR. M.A.M.RAMASWAMY AVL. In honour of visit of Tmt. Padma Ramachandran, Vice-
Chancellor, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Baroda who delivered 65th Annual
Convocation Address on 8.12.97.
   1. The Endowment shall be styled as                “ TMT. PADMA RAMACHANDRAN
ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings /Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1 /3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                          DEPT. OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGG.
        "The expenditure incurred by the staff of the Department of Computer Science &
Engg. in connection with presentation of paper in National Conference/CSI conventions
shall be met from this fund to the maximum extent of Rs. 850/- per year”.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


           305. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "PROF. R. BALAKRISHNAN ENDOWMENT"
                                (Senate dated 25-03-2000)
     This endowment instituted by Prof. R. Balakrishnan, Endowment Committee in
appreciation of his long services in the Dept. of Mathematics and as the Dean Faculty of
Science of the University.
     Prof. R. Balakrishnan Endowment Committee
     1. The endowment shall be styled as "PROF. R. BALAKRISHNAN ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.1,00,000/- shall be invested as a long term Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the tied
donation fund.
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       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
               NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
          1. Rs.2,500/- shall be utilized for awarding a Gold Medal to the first rank
student in the M.Sc. (Maths) Degree Exam (Convocation Prize).
       2. Rs. 5,000/- for arranging one day yearly endowment seminar in which
Endowment Lectures by Professor of Eminence in Maths shall be arranged.
            2a. In any circumstances, the amount allotted for endowment seminar is not
utilized, the previous years amount can be utilized for the second year (total amount Rs.
10,000/-).
           3. Rs.500/- to the highest students scoring highest mark in Maths I & II
together in the first year B.E. degree course examination without any failure in the first
year examination on the recommendations of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and
Technology at the time of Birthday Celebrations of the Second Founder.
        iv) The Prizes / Medals shall be awarded as indicated in (iii)
    4. If in any year the Interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


            306. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "DR. S. BHASKARAN ENDOWMENT”
                              (Senate dated 25-03-2000)
    This endowment instituted by Dr. S. Bhaskaran Felicitation Committee in
appreciation of his long service rendered in the Department of Political Science.
      Address of the Donor:
      Dr. S. Bhaskaran Felicitation Committee
      1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr. S. Bhaskaran Endowment"
    2. The amount of Rs. 25, 000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Governments.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
            NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
      1. The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for conducting Special Lectures
once in two years by inviting a fit person to deliver the lectures appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Political Science
for the benefit of the students in the Department.
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     2. The Lecturer shall be paid Rs. 3, 500/- as honorarium inclusive of TA & DA
besides treating as Guest of the University.
     3. If in any circumstances the Endowment Lecture is not conducted in the Second
year it may be conducted in the 3rd year or 4th year. If it is conducted in the 4th year the
un-utilized amount of previous block year can also be utilized in the 4th year for
endowment lecture.
    4. The balance amount of interest available shall be utilized for the miscellaneous
expenditure towards conduct of special lectures.
     5. If the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to the
corpus of the fund.
     6. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


   307. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "DR. A.S. LAKSHMANACHARY PRIZES ENDOWMENT"
                            (Senate dated 25-03-2000)
    This endowment instituted by Dr.A.S. Lakshmanachary Endowment Committee in
appreciation of his long services in the Department of Botany.
     Address of the Donor:
                        Dr. A.S. Lakshmanachary
                        Endowment Committee,
                 Dept. of Botany,
                 Annamalai University.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr. A.S. Lakshmanachary Prizes
Endowment".
    2. The amount of Rs.13,000/- shall be invested as a long term Fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of Interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the tied
donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows: -
                       NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPT. OF BOTANY
       Two Cash prizes for Rs. 550/- each may be given to a student who scores first
mark in the following subjects.
            1. Taxonomy of Angiosperms, Economic Botany and Evolutionary Biology.
            2. Plant Ecology and Phytogeography
       iv) The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birth Day Celebration every year.
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    4. If in any year the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment if circumstances may render
desirable.


       308. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “GURUMURTHY – MANGALAM ENDOWMENT”
                             (Senate dated 19-10-2000)
    This endowment created by the Gurumurthy Mangalam Endowment Committee, in
appreciation of long services rendered by Prof. R. Gurumurthy, former Head of the
Department of Chemistry.
      Address of the Donor:
                       Dr.M. Swaminathan,
                       Prof. of Chemistry, A.U. & Chairman,
                       Gurumurthy-Mangalam Endowment Committee.

      1. The endowment shall be styled as "GURUMURTHY-MANGALAM ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.55, 000/-shall be invested as a long term fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                 NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
         1) Cash Prize of Rs.500/- to a M.Sc. (Chemistry) student who secures highest
mark in Physical Chemistry.
           2) Cash Prize of Rs.500/- to a I Rank student in M.Sc. (Chemistry).
          3) Gurumurthy Mangalam - Endowment lecture shall be conducted every
year by inviting a fit person. The Lecturer shall be paid a sum of Rs.3,000/- as a
honorarium inclusive of TA/DA.
       iv) The prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second      Founder Pro-Chancellors
Birthday Celebration every year.
    4. If in any year, the interest amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be
added to the corpus of the Fund.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment, if circumstances may render
desirable.
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                309. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “PROF. V.GANAPATHY IYER
                     MEMORIAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP ENDOWMENT”
                               (Senate dated 19-10-2000)
    This endowment instituted by Thiruvalargal Sundaram Swetharanyam and Lalitha
Swetharanyam in honour of their teacher Prof. V.Ganapathy Iyer, former Head of the
Department of Mathematics.
     Address of the Donors:
                       525, East Jefferson Drive,
                 Lake Charles, LA 70605,
                 U.S.A
    1. The endowment shall be styled as “PROF. V.GANAPATHY IYER MEMORIAL
RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP ENDOWMENT”
    2. The amount of Rs.4,31,000/-shall be invested as a long term fixed Deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
           1. Two fellowships per year :
        One Prof. Ganapathy Iyer memorial research fellowship – I year and one Prof.
Ganapathy Iyer memorial research fellowship – II year.
           Rs 1300/- per month for I year and Rs 1575/- per month for II year
           Each fellowship tenable for only one year.
ELIGIBILITY:
      i) I year – a minimum of one year research experience in the Dept. of
Mathematics.
        ii) II year – Continuous improvement in research at JRF level/ strong evidence
of research such as submission of research papers or research publications.
      Fellowship will be awarded based on the recommendations of the research
committee which consists of the following
         Dean, Faculty of Science
         Head of the Department of Mathematics.
         Research supervisors.
TRAVEL ASSISTANCE :
      4. In case the amount is not utilised, in any year, the unspent amount shall be
utilised to attend Conference/Seminar by research scholars of Mathematics
department.
     5. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment, if circumstances may render
desirable.
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          310. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "Dr.A.KALANIDHI PRIZES ENDOWMENT"
                             (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
      This endowment instituted by Founder Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl., in honour of visit of Dr. A. Kalanidhi, Vice-Chancellor, Anna University to deliver
the 95th Birthday Commemoration address of the Second - Founder - Pro-Chancellor on
05-08-1999.
      Address of the Donor :
                       The President,
                       Dr.Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust,
                    Rani Seethai Hall, No.603, Anna Salai,
                    Chennai - 600 006.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as ''Dr.A.KALANIDHI PRIZES ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.10, 000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
        NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
       "One Cash Prize of Rs.400/- for .the student whose project is adjudged as the
best in B.E. Mechanical shall be given. Remaining amount of interest shall be
transferred to FEAT RESEARCH ENDOWMENT ACCOUNT".
       “The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second-Founder-Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebration every year".
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


                            311. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF
           "DEAN Dr. SM. LAKSHMANAN SATHABISHEKAM ALUMNI ENDOWMENT"
                                (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
    This endowment instituted by Dr. Ram. Ramakrishnan & Others who are all
alumni of the University residing outside India in honour of his long services in the
Department of Technology and as Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology.
      Address of the Donor:
                      Dr. Ram. Ramakrishnan,
                      A & B Environmental Services,
                      No. 1643, Federal Road,
                      Houston, TEXAS 77015.
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    1.  The endowment  shall be                styled    as"DEAN     Dr.SM.LAKSHMANAN
SATHABISHEKAM ALUMNI ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.1, 07,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
          NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
       "One Cash Prize of Rs.500/- for the student whose project is adjudged as the
best in B.E. Chemical Engineering shall be given at the Second Founder-Pro-
Chancellor's Birthday Celebration every year”. The remaining amount of interest shall
be transferred to "FEAT RESEARCH ENDOWMENT ACCOUNT".
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


             312. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "PROF. J. KANNAN ENDOWMENT"
                              (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
     This endowment instituted by Prof.J.Kannan Endowment                   Committee     in
appreciation of his long service in the Department of Civil Engineering.
     Address of the Donor:
                     Convener,
                     Prof. J. Kannan Endowment Committee,
                   Department of Civil Engineering,
                   Annamalai University,
                   Annamalainagar - 608 002.
     1. The endowment shall be styled as "PROF. J.KANNAN ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.30,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii)The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
     NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
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        "One Cash Prize of Rs.800/- shall be given to the best student in Survey Camp
at the Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor's Birthday Celebration every year".
     The remaining amount of interest shall be transferred to “FEAT RESEARCH
ENDOWMENT ACCOUNT”.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable

         313. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “Dr. P.V. VAIDYANATHAN ENDOWMENT"
                             (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
    This endowment instituted by Dr. P.V. Vaidyanathan Endowment Committee in
honour of his long services in the University in various positions and as the Vice-
Chancellor of this University.
      Address of the Donor:
                      Convener,
                      Dr. P.V. Vaidyanathan Endowment Committee,
                      Faculty of Engineering & Technology,
                      Annamalai University,
                      Annamalainagar - 608 002.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr.P.V. VAIDYANATHAN ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.4, 00,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled 'Bank/ Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
       i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative office shall be utilised as follows:
      NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
       "Rs.2, 00,000/- is transferred to FEAT ACADEMIC EXCHANGE ACCOUNT"
        "For the balance amount of Rs.2, 00,000/- the interest accruable on the F.D.
shall be utilized as below:-
        One lecture relating to manufacturing sciences will be delivered every year in the
University. A sum of Rs.2000/- will be paid to the concerned person as honorarium
(inclusive of TA & DA). The person who delivers the lecture shall be appointed by the
Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and
Technology in consultation with the Head of the Department of Manufacturing
Engineering.
     The balance amount of interest shall be transferred to "FEAT RESEARCH
ENDOWMENT ACCOUNT".
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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   314. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "THIRUVARULTHIRU DEIVASIGAMANI PONNAMBALA
                  DESIKA PARAMACHARYA SWAMIGAL ENDOWMENT"
                                  (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
      This endowment instituted by Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr.M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl., in honour of the visit of the Swamigal on 30.9.1999 to deliver the Commemoration
address of the Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad.
Address of the Donor:
               The President,
               Dr.Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust,
               Rani Seethai Hall,
               No.603, Anna Salai,
               Chennai - 600 006.


   1. The endowment shall be styled as "THIRUVARULTHIRU DEIVASIGAMANI
PONNAMBALA DESIKA PARAMACHARYA SWAMIGAL ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
   NAME OF THE DEPARTMEHT: DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
        "One Cash Prize of the available amount shall be given to a First Rank student
in the First year of the B.E. Information Technology Degree Course”.
       “The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro Chancellor’s
Birthday Celebration every year".
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5.The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


             315.TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "Dr. KASI NAGAPPAN ENDOWMENT"
                              (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
    This endowment instituted by Mrs. Meenakshi Nagappan, Madurai, in her
husband's name Dr. Kasi Nagappan, former Vice-Chancellor, Alagappa University.
Address of the Donor :
               Mrs. Meenakshi Nagappan,
               Manikumari Illam,
              No.C76, Shanmugam St,
              Thirunagar, Madurai - 625 006.
     1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr. KASI NAGAPPAN ENDOWMENT"
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    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year,
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
      NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
        "One Cash Prize of the available amount shall be given to the student whose
Project work is adjudged as the best in B.E. Computer Science & Engineering".
       “The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second-Founder-Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebration every year".
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.

           316. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "FEAT GOLDEN JUBILEE ENDOWMENT"
                               (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
      This endowment instituted by Founder Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl., while inaugurating the Golden Jubilee Celebration of the Faculty of Engineering &
Technology on 3.4.1996.
Address of the Donor:
               The President,
               Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust,
               Rani Seethai Hall,
               No. 603, Anna Salai, Chennai - 600 006.
       1. The endowment shall be styled as "FEAT GOLDEN JUBILEE ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.3,00,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
       3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
     "The entire amount of Rs.3 lakhs to be transferred to FEAT ACADEMIC
EXCHANGE ACCOUNT
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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     317. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "PHARMANIS 1993 - CASH AWARD ENDOWMENT"
                             (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
    This endowment instituted by Thiruvalargal V.Mahalingam, Naveenkumar,
AL.Palaniappan, S.Ramanathan & M.G.Sethuraj, Alumni 1989-93 of the Department of
Pharmacy.
Address of the Donor:
               Muscat Pharmacy,
               Post Box No. 438,
           P.Code- 113, Muscat, OMAN.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as "PHARMANIS 1993 - CASH AWARD
ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.15,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
         NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY
       "One Cash Prize of Rs.250/- shall be given to the Second Rank student in
B.Pharm. Degree Course at the Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor's Birthday Celebration
every year".
     “The remaining amount of interest shall be transferred to the FEAT ACADEMIC
EXCHANGE ACCOUNT."
     4 If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5 The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


          318. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "PROF. S. BALAKRISHNAN ENDOWMENT"
                               (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
    This endowment instituted by the Department of Structural Engineering in
appreciation of his long service in the Department.
Address of the Donor:
               Department of Structural Engineering,
               Annamalai University,
               Annamalainagar - 608 002.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "PROF. S.BALAKRISHNAN ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
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      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
         NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT Of STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
       "One Cash Prize of Rs.250/- for the second rank student in M.E. Structural
Engineering Degree Course shall be given at the Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebration every year".
     "The remaining amount of interest shall be transferred to the FEAT ACADEMIC
EXCHANGE ACCOUNT."
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


           319. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "PROF. R. SITARAMAN ENDOWMENT"
                             (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
    This endowment instituted by the Department of Structural Engineering in
appreciation of his long service in the Department.
Address of the Donor:
               Department of Structural Engineering,
               Annamalai University,
               Annamalainagar - 608 002.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as "PROF. R.SITARAMAN ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
         NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
       “One Cash Prize of Rs.250/- shall be given to the Second Rank student in B.E.
(C & S) Degree Course shall be given at the Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor's Birthday
Celebration every year”.
     “The remaining amount of interest shall be transferred to the FEAT ACADEMIC
EXCHANGE ACCOUNT."
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     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.p
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


            320. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "Dr. S.V. CHITTIBABU ENDOWMENT"
                              (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
      This endowment instituted by Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl., in honour of visit of Dr.S.V.Chittibabu, former Vice-Chancellor, Madurai Kamaraj
& Annamalai Universities to deliver the Commemoration address of the Founder-Pro-
Chancellor on 30.9.2000.
Address of the Donor:
              The Hon'ry Secretary,
              Dr.Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust,
              Rani Seethai Hall, No.603, Anna Salai,
              Chennai - 600 006.
     1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr.S.V.CHITTIBABU ENDOWMENT"
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
          NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
     "The Endowment amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be transferred to FEAT
ACADEMIC EXCHANGE ACCOUNT" .
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable

         321. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "Dr.PON. KOTHANDARAMAN ENDOWMENT"
                              (Senate dated 24.03.2001)
      This endowment instituted by Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy
Avl., in honour of visit of Dr. Pon. Kothandaraman, Vice-Chancellor University of
Madras to deliver the 96th Birthday Commemoration address of the Founder
Pro Chancellor on 5.8.2000.
Address of the Donor :
               The Hon'ry Secretary,
               Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust,
                Rani Seethai Hall, No.603, Anna Salai,
                Chennai - 600 006.
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   1. The endowment            shall   be   styled   as   “Dr.   PON.     KOTHANDARAMAN
ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative office shall be utilised as follows:
        NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: FACULTY Of ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
     "The Endowment amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be transferred to FEAT
ACADEMIC EXCHANGE ACCOUNT".
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


                       322. FEAT RESEARCH ENDOWMENT ACCOUNT
      The amount available in this account shall be utilized for the following purposes:
     1. Teaching Staff in FEAT presenting papers in International Conference held
abroad or in India on the recommendation of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering &
Technology shall be granted Rs.5,000/- and Rs.1,000/- respectively towards travel,
registration fees and per diem expenses. This grant can be in addition to grants
obtained through other sources. No objection certificates from co-authors in case of co-
authored papers shall be produced.
     2. For teachers whose paper is published in referred International journal shall be
paid Rs.1,000 / -.
    3. In case of insufficient funds in this account, due to more applications the Vice-
Chancellor is empowered to select the candidates for grant of this money. The Vice-
Chancellor is also empowered- to distribute the available funds for programmes or
schemes the Vice-Chancellor thinks fit.
                           FEAT ACADEMIC EXCHANGE ACCOUNT
     The amount available in this account shall be utilized for the Academic Exchange
Programme of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology.
      The Vice-Chancellor is empowered to finalize the details.
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323. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “TAMILNADU CO-OPERATIVE FELLOWSHIP ENDOWMENT”
                           (Senate dated 20-10-2001)
      This endowment instituted by Tamil Nadu Co-operative Union, Chennai to
facilitate the award of scholarship to the students who are doing research work on Co-
operation.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as “TAMIL NADU CO-OPERATIVE UNION
FELLOWSHIP ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.5.00 lakhs was invested by the Donor in the South Arcot
Central Co-operative Bank, Cuddalore.
    3. The interest as received monthly through S.B. A/c at the South Arcot Central
Co-operative Bank, Chidambaram Branch shall be utilized as follows:-
        (a) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the      University General Fund, being
the tied donation fund.
         (b) The balance amount of interest shall be utilized as follows:
       (c) A sum of Rs.3,500/- p.m. shall be paid as Fellowship to a Research Scholar
who is doing research work in Co-operation in the Department of Commerce.
         (d) The tenure of fellowship shall be for three years only.
       e) The Selection Committee shall consist of the Vice-Chancellor as its Chairman,
the Dean, Faculty of Arts, the Heads of the Department of Commerce, the Registrar of
Co-operative Societies, Chennai or his nominee and the nominee of Tamil Nadu Co-
operative Union as members.
      f) The University authorities shall make payment to the Fellowship holder every
month based on satisfactory performance.
       g) The University authorities shall obtain a written agreement from the selected
Fellowship holder that he/she will not leave his/her studies in the middle of the course.
If the fellowship holder discontinues his/her studies before its completion he/she
should refund entire fellowship amount received in one lump sum with interest there on
from the date of payment up to the date on which he/she repays the amount.
      h) The progress of the research work should be reported to TamilNadu
Co-operative Union, Chennai-10 every six months.
       i) The selected         scholar    shall   not   be    in   receipt   of   any   other
fellowship/scholarship.
        j) Periodically once in a year necessary Utilization Certificate along with relevant
details of expenditure shall be sent to the Secretary, Co-operative Union, Chennai
without any delay to transact entry in their day book.
    4. The Syndicate of the Annamalai University shall have the power to make such
changes in the terms and conditions of the endowment in consultation with the Tamil
Nadu Co-operative Union, if circumstances may render desirable.
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           324. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "VAIDEKI MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT"
                              (Senate dated 20-10-2001)
       This endowment has been instituted by Thiru N. Subramaniam, Kumbakonam
in memory of his daughter late Vaideki and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its
Resolution No.25 dated 29.6.2001.
Address of the Donor :-
               Thiru. N. Subramaniam
               4C, Moongil Kollai Street,
               Kumbakonam-612 001.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as “VAIDEKI MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT'.
    2. The amount of Rs.5,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/    Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows: -
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
        NAME OF THE DEPT:-DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE& ENGINEERING
        One Cash Prize of the available amount shall be given to a First Rank holder in
M.Sc. (I.T.) Degree Course.
       The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


        325. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "PROF. V. BALASUNDARAM ENDOWMENT"
                              (Senate dated 20-10-2001)
     This endowment has been instituted by Dr. T. Raj Natarajan, Chidambaram to
honour his teacher Prof. V. Balasundaram,        former Head of the Department of
Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engg. & Tech. who rendered long dedicated services
to the Department of Electrical Engg. and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its
Resolution No.31 dated 8.8.2001.
Address of the Donor:
               Dr. T. Raj Natarajan,
               5, Bhava Mudali Street,
               Chidambaram - 608 001.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "PROF. V. BALASUNDARAM ENDOWMENT'
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    2. The amount of Rs.93,550/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
         NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
      One cash prize of Rs.400/- shall be given to a student whose project work is
adjudged as the best in B.E. Final year Electrical & Electronics.
      One cash prize of Rs.400/- shall be given to a student whose project work is
adjudged as the best in M.E. Power System Degree Course.
       One Cash Prize of Rs.500/- shall be given to a First Rank holder in B.E.
(Information Technology) Degree Course.
      The above prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-
Chancellor's Birthday Celebrations every year.
     The balance amount shall be transferred to the "FEAT ACADEMIC EXCHANGE
ACCOUNT'.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


          326. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "DR. T. RAJ NATARAJAN ENDOWMENT"
                              (Senate dated 20-10-2001)
    This endowment has been instituted by Dr. T. Raj Natarajan, Chidambaram in his
name and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.32 dated 8.8.2001.
Address of the Donor:
               Dr. T. Raj Natarajan,
               Bhava Mudali Street,
               Chidambaram - 608 001.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "DR. T. RAJ NATARAJAN ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 46,750/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
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       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative office shall be utilized as follows:-
            NAME OF THE FACULTY: FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
     The amount of interest shall be transferred to “FEAT RESEARCH ENDOWMENT
ACCOUNT”.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the-corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable


  327. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "DR. R. MUTHUKUMARAN MANI VIZHA ENDOWMENT"
                             (Senate dated 20-11-2001)
      This endowment has been instituted by Dr. M. Rangarajan, M.S., in the name of
his father Dr. R. Muthukumaran on the occasion of his Mani Vizha who is the present
member of the Syndicate and Board of Selection of this University and the offer
accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.8 dated 8.8.2001.
Address of the Donor:
               Dr. M.Ranagarajan,
               5, Murugan Street,
               Chidambaram – 608001.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "DR. R. MUTHUKUMARAN MANI VIZHA
ENDOWMENT'.
    2. The amount of Rs. 10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/ Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative office shall be utilized as follows: -
                      NAME OF THE FACULTY: FACULTY OF MEDICINE
        A cash prize of the available amount shall be given to a student who stands first
in the Forensic Medicine of the MBBS degree course.
       The prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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  328. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "DR. KESAVALU EDUCATIONAL TRUST ENDOWMENT"
                             (Senate dated 20-10-2001)
     This endowment has been instituted by Dr. Kesavalu Educational Trust, Chennai
towards initiating the Dr. Kesavalu Educational Trust Annual Award of Gold Medal in
the Faculty of Medicine and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.50
dated 27.2.2001.
Address of the Donor :
               Dr. Kesavalu Educational Trust,
               5107, 12th Main Road,
               Anna Nagar West,
           Chennai - 600 040.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as "DR. KESAVALU EDUCATIONAL                    TRUST
ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs.35,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative office shall be utilized as follows: -
           NAME OF THE FACULTY/DIVISION : FACULTY OF MEDICINE-DIVISION OF
                               COMMUNITY MEDICINE
       A Gold medal with the Certificate of merit shall be given to a student in M.D.
Post Graduate Degree course in Community Medicine of the Rajah Muthiah Medical
College completing the course of 3 years without any extension provided:
         Passing his/her Part-I & Part-II in University examinations in single attempt.
      Securing 60% of marks (480/800) in overall aggregate of Part-I & Part-II
examinations put together.
         The prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


            329. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "DR. M. NATARAJAN ENDOWMENT"
                              (Senate dated 20-10-2001)
     During the Kumbabishekam of Lord Ayyappan Temple at Annamalainagar on
29.1.2001, Dr. R. Balakrishnan, Prof. of Linguistics and Convenor for Dr. M. Natarajan
Endowment Committee has handed over a cheque for Rs. l,00,001/- to our Founder
Pro-Chancellor Dr.M.A.M.Ramaswamy Avl, towards institution of an endowment in the
University in the name of Dr. M. Natarajan, an eminent Orthopaedician for
promoting the cause of Medical Education. Prof. Dr. S.V. Chittibabu, President,
236                                LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY                           [CHAP.



"Prof. Dr. S.V. Chittibabu Educational and Charitable Public Trust", Chennai has also
contributed a sum of Rs.5,000/- towards the above endowment.
      Address of the Donor:
             1. Dr. R. Balakrishnan,
                Prof. of Linguistics & Convenor,
             2. Dr.M.Natarajan,
                Endowment Committee,
                Annamalai University.
             3. Prof. Dr. S.V. Chittibabu,
                President,
                Prof. Dr. S.V. Chittibabu Educational and Charitable Public Trust,
                "Anbagam", 4, Main Road,
                Mehta Nagar,
                Chennai - 600 029.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as "DR. M. NATARAJAN ENDOWMENT'
    2. The amount of Rs. 1,05,001/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows: -
                      NAME OF THE FACULTY: - FACULTY OF MEDICINE
     The amount of interest shall be transferred to "MEDICAL                  RESEARCH
ENDOWMENT ACCOUNT' (vide details enclosed).
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
                        MEDICAL RESEARCH ENDOWMENT ACCOUNT
      The amount available in this account shall be utilized for the following purposes:
     1. Teaching Staff in Medical Faculty presenting papers in International Conference
held abroad or in India on the recommendation of the Dean, Faculty of Medicine shall
be granted Rs.5,000/- and Rs.l,000/- respectively towards travel, registration fees and
per diem expenses. This grant can be in addition to grants obtained through other
sources. No objection certificates from co-authors in case of co-authored papers shall be
produced.
     2. For teacher whose paper is published in referred International Journal shall be
paid Rs.1,000/-
    3. In case of insufficient funds in this account, due to more application the Vice-
Chancellor is empowered to select the candidates for grant of this money. The Vice-
Chancellor is also empowered to distribute the available funds for programmes or
schemes the Vice-Chancellor thinks fit.
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           330. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR “PROF. M. RAJAGOPALAN ENDOWMENT"
                                (Senate dated 20-10-2001)
     This endowment has been instituted by Dr. G. Venkatesan, Lecturer in Statistics,
Government Arts College, Salem on behalf of some of the Students of the Professor M.
Rajagopalan, former Head of the Department of Statistics. Alumni of the Department of
Statistics have also contributed to this endowment in honour of meritorious dedicated
service rendered to the Academic world by the Prof. M. Rajagopalan and the offer
accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.6 dated 12.4.2001.
Address of the Donor:
               Dr. G. Venkatesan,
               Lecturer in Statistics,
               Government Arts College,
               Salem.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "PROF. M. RAJAGOPALAN ENDOWMENT'
    2. The amount of Rs. 15,OOO/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
          (a) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       (b) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       (c) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows: -
                  NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
        A cash prize of 60% and 40% of the interest amount available shall be given to
those students who have secured the highest and next highest marks respectively in
Statistical Inference Papers I and II put together in the M.Sc. (Statistics with Computer
Applications) examination.
       The prizes-shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5.The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         331. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "DR. AMARNATH MAHESHWARI ENDOWMENT"
                                (Senate dated 20-10-2001)
     This endowment has been instituted by Dr.M.A.M.Ramaswamy Avl.,Founder Pro-
Chancellor in honour of visit of Dr. A.N. Maheshwari, Chair Person, National Council for
Teacher Education, New Delhi to deliver the 68th Annual Convocation Address on
10.1.2001 and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.5 dated
12.4.2001.
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Address of the Donor:
               President,
               Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust,
               Rani Seethai Hall,
          603, Anna Salai,
          Chennai - 600 006.
   1. The endowment shall be               styled   as   "DR.   AMARNATH    MAHESHWARI
ENDOWMENT'
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank/Public Sector Undertakings/ Transport Corporations/Autonomous
Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows: -
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
      iii) The balance amount of        interest available     as ascertained    from the
Accounts Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
                NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    Two cash prizes of equal value shall be given to the students who score highest
marks in the following subjects:
        i) Elective Paper - Computer Education
        ii) Physics I & II in Innovations, Trends and Approaches in Physics (HSL) V(A)
and    Content and Methodology of Teaching Physics (HSL) VI(C), in both the papers
(V(A) and VI(C)) put together.
       The prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable


        332. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR "VILAGAM S. RAMALINGAM ENDOWMENT"
                                  (Senate dated 20-10-2001)
     This endowment has been instituted by Thiru V.S. Ramalingam, Chidambaram for
awarding a prize to a student in the Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Agriculture
and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.44 dated 12.4.2001.
Address of the Donor :
               Thiru. V.S. Ramalingam.
               152, Kanagasabai Nagar.
               Chidambaram - 608 001.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "VILAGAM S. RAMALINGAM ENDOWMENT'
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    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled   Bank/Public     Sector    Undertakings/     Transport     Corporations/
Autonomous Boards/ Corporations of State or Central Government
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
         (a) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       (b) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
      (c) The balance amount      of    interest available     as ascertained     from the
Accounts Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
            NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT:- DEPARTMENT OF AGRI. MICROBIOLOGY
       A cash prize shall be given to a student who secures first rank in M.Sc.(Ag,)T
Microbial Bio-Technology.
       The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


     333. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF "Dr. (Tmt.)SAROJINI VARADAPPAN ENDOWMENT"
                             (Senate dated 23-03-2002)
     This endowment instituted by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy Avl, Founder,Pro-
Chancellor in honour of visit of Dr. (Tmt.) Sarojini Varadappan, President, Women's
Indian Association, Chennai who delivered the Commemoration address of the 97th
Birthday Celebration of Dr. Rajah Sir M.A.Muthiah Chettiar, Founder Pro-Chancellor on
5th August 2001 and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No. 31 dated
14.9.2001.
Address of the Donor:
               The President
               Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust,
               Rani Seethai Hall,
               603, Anna Salai Chennai - 600 006
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr. (Tmt.) SAROJINI VARADAPPAN
ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs. 10.000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i. 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being the
tied donation fund.
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       iii. The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                            NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: MUSIC
      "A cash prize of the available amount shall be awarded to a student studying
M.Music Degree course who scores I rank in the first year.
       The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second founder Chancellor's Birthday
Celebrations every year".
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment circumstances may render desirable.


          334. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF Dr.S.S.SATHIAMOORTHY ENDOWMENT
               (Senate dated 23-03-2002, Syndicate dated 25-09-2002 (revision))
     This endowment instituted by Dr. (Mrs.) Anuradha Sathiamoorthy, W/o (Late)Dr.
S.S. Sathiamoorthy in memory of her husband who served as Prof. & Head of the
Division of Physiology, RMMC and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution
No. 14 dated. 23.11.2001.
Address of the Donor:
               Dr. (Mrs.) Anuradha Sathiamoorthy
               W/o. (Late) Dr. S.S. Sathiamoorthy
               12, 5th Cross, Rajaji Nagar
               Pondicheny - 605 008.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as "Dr. S.S. SATHIAMOORTHY ENDOWMENT".
    2. The amount of Rs.15,000/ shall be invested as a long term fixed- deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public    Sector    Undertakings     /   Transport Corporations /
Autonomous Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i. 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii. The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                     NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : PHYSIOLOGY, RMMC
      "A Cash Prize of the available amount shall be awarded to a First year M.B.B.S.
Degree Course student who secures highest mark in Physiology in the University
Examination every year.
       The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebrations every year."
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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         335. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “Dr. K. VENKATASUBRAMANIAN ENDOWMENT”
                                (Senate dated 23-03-2002)

      This endowment instituted by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy Avl, Founder, Pro-
Chancellor in honour of Dr. K. Venkatasubramanian, Member, Planning Commission,
Government of India, New Delhi who delivered the Commemoration Address of the 67th
Founder's Day of Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of on 30th September 2001 and the
offer accepted Syndicate in its Resolution No. 12 dated 10.1.2002.

Address of the Donor:
                 The President
                 Dr. Rajah sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust,
                 Rani Seethai Hall,
                 603, Anna Salai
                 Chennai - 600 006.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as ."Dr. K. VENKATASUBRAMANIAN
ENDOWMENT".

    2. The amount of Rs. 10,.000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.

     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:

          i. 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year

       ii. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.

       iii. The balance amounts of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                          NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : EDUCATION

      "A Cash Prize of the balance amount available shall be awarded to a B.Ed.
Degree course student who secures highest marks under Optional II in Paper VI –
“Content and Methodology of Teaching Economics".

       The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebrations every year”.

     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.

    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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        336. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “THIRU T.V.KRISHNA REDDY ENDOWMENT”
                              (Senate dated 23-03-2002)
     This endowment instituted by Thiru. T.V.Krishna Reddy, USA for award of
financial asistance to deserving student in the Department of Economics and the offer
accepted by the Syndicate in its Resoultion No.4 dated 19.3.2002.
Address of the Donor :
               Thiru.T.V.Krishna Reddy.
               7309, 5th Avenue
               North West, Bradenton
               Florida – 34209
               U.S.A.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as Thiru.”T.V.Krishna Reddy Endowment”
    2. The amount of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled bank / Public sector undertakings / Transport corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilised as follows:-
        i. 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the corpus Fund every year.
       ii. If the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the tied
donation fund.
       iii. The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows
                         NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : ECONOMICS
        Two Post-Graduate students, one each from. M.A. Economics and M.A. Applied
Economics shall be selected by a Faculty-Committee comprising the Head of the
Department and two senior teachers for the award of cash prizes to be given from the
interest proceeds. The Committee shall apply the norms of academic performance and
economic status of the students in making the selection.
       The Prizes shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor's
Birthday Celebration every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added, to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


           337. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “THIRU.R.VEERAMANI ENDOWMENT”
                              (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
      This endowment instituted by Thiru R. Veeramani, Chairman, Gem Granites,
Chennai, National President, Indo-American Chamber of Commerce who announced
this endowment during the inauguration of XXXIV conference of Indian Association for
American Studies on 12.12.2001 and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its
Resolution No.44 dated 5.6.2002.
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Address of the Donor:
               Thiru. R.Veeramani
               Chairman, Gem Granites
               78 & 76 Cathedral Road
              Chennai -600 086.
     1. The endowment shall be styled as “Thiru.R.Veeramani Endowment”
    2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public sector undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
         i. 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii. 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii. The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administration Office shall be utilized as follows:
                     NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : POLITICAL SCIENCE
        The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for conducting special lectures
annually by inviting a fit person to deliver the lecturers, appointed by the Vice –
Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Political Science
for the benefit of the students of the Department.
        The Lecturer shall be paid 80% of the interest amount available as honorarium
inclusive of TA & DA besides treating as Guest of the University and the balance 20% of
amount shall be set apart for the miscellaneous expenditures towards conduct of the
endowment lecturers.
      If in any circumstances the endowment lectures is not conducted in a year the
same shall be conducted in the subsequent year by utilizing the amount due for that year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added the
corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.

     338. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HIS EXCELLENCY “THIRU.P.S.RAMAMOHAN RAO
                                  ENDOWMENT”
                             (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
     This endowment instituted by Dr.M.A.M.Ramaswamy, Founder Pro-Chancellor in
honour of the visit of His Excellency Thiru.P.S.Ramamohan Rao, Governor and
Chancellor of the University for the 69th Annual Convocation held in the University
campus on 18.3.2002 and the offer accepted the Syndicate in its Resolution No.5 dated
5.6.2002.
Address of the Donor :
                The President
                Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar
                Chettiar Memorial Trust
                Rani Seethai Hall
                603, Anna Salai, Chennai–600 006.
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    1. The Endowment shall be styled as “HIS EXCELLENCY THIRU P.S.RAMAMOHAN
RAO ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long-term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
                     NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : POLITICAL SCIENCE
        The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for conducting special lectures
once in two years by inviting a fit person to deliver the lectures, appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Political Science
for the benefit of the students of the Department.
        The lecturer shall be paid 80% of the interest amount available as honorarium
inclusive of TA & DA besides treating as Guest of the University, and the balance 20%
of the amount shall be set apart for the miscellaneous expenditures towards conduct of
the endowment lectures.
        If in any circumstances the Endowment Lectures is not conducted in the second
Year it may be conducted in the 3rd or 4th year. If it is conducted in the 4th year the un-
utilized amount of the previous block year can also be utilized in the 4th year for
endowment lecture.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


            339. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “PROF.V.RAMAIYAN ENDOWMENT”
                              (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
      This endowment instituted by Prof.V.Ramaiyan Endowment committee in
appreciation of Prof. V.Ramaiyan, former Director, CAS in Marine Biology who rendered
distinguished services of more than three decades at the CAS in Marine Biology and the
offer accepted by the syndicate in its Resolution No.23. dated 29.6.2001.
Address of the Donor:
               The Director, CAS inMarine Biology
               (Prof.V.Ramaiyan EndowmentCommittee)
               Annamalai University
               Parangipettai – 608 502.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as “Prof.V.RAMAIYAN ENDOWMENT”
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    2. The amount of Rs.31,000/- shall be invested as a long-term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector undertakings / Transport Corporations Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of state or central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the corpus fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the Interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the accounts
sections of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
                   NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : CAS IN MARINE BIOLOGY
      One prize shall be awarded in the form of a certificate and Medal at the annual
convocation every year to the student who secured first rank in M.Sc., Coastal
Aquaculture.
        4. If in any year the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added
to the corpus of the fund.
       5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


            340. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “DR.K.P.CHELLAPPAN ENDOWMENT”
                              (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
     This Endowment instituted by Dr.K.P.Chellappan Endowment Committee in
appreciation of Dr.K.P.Chellapan, former Head of the Department of Botany and former
Dean, Faculty of Science who rendered long and sincere pedagogy and the offer
accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.29 dated 8.8.2001.
Address of the Donor:
               Prof. B.Vembu
               Professor of Botany and Secretary
               Dr.K.P.Chellappan
              Endowment Committee
              Annamalai University.
     1. The endowment shall be styled as “ Dr.K.P.Chellappan Endowment”.
    2. The amount of Rs.50,000/- shall be invested as a long-term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertaking / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
         i. 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the corpus fund every year.
       ii. 5% of the Interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii. The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the accounts
sections of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows
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                           NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : BOTANY
     The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for conducting endowment
lecturers annually in the field of Botany by inviting a fit person to deliver the lectures
appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Head of the
Department of Botany for the benefit of the students in the Department.
        The Lecturer shall be paid 80% of the interest amount available as honorarium
inclusive of TA & DA besides treating as Guest of the University, and the Balance 20%
of amount shall be set apart of the miscellaneous expenditures towards conduct of the
endowment lectures.
      If in any circumstances the endowment lectures is not conducted in a year, the
same shall be conducted in the subsequent year, by utilizing the amount due for that
year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


           341. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “THIRU.S.GANAPATHY ENDOWMENT”
                              (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
     This endowment instituted by Thiru.S.Ganapathy, Reader in Civil Engineering
(Retd.) in token showing his gratitude in the affection to the almamater and the offer
accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.7 dated 17.4.2002.
Address of the Donor:
               Thiru. S.Ganapathy
               87-A, South Car Street
               Chidambaram – 608 001.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as “Thiru.S.Ganapathy Endowment”.
    2. The amount of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested as a long-term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector undertaking / Transport Corporations Autonomous
Boards Corporations of State or central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the Interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the accounts
section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
                     NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : CIVIL ENGINEERING
      The cash prize shall be awarded as per donor’s intention for the following
candidates:
        i. 50 % of amount from the interest of endowment shall be given to the student
who had done best thesis work in M.E. Degree courses offered by the Department of
Civil Engineering.
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         ii. 50 % of amount from the interest of endowment shall be given to the student
who had secured highest marks in the subject “Ground Water Engineering” in B.E.
(Civil) degree course.
       The above prize shall be awarded on the day of Second Founder Pro-Chancellor’s
Birthday celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


          342. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “PULAVAR P. GURUSAMY ENDOWMENT”
                              (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
     This endowment instituted by Pulavar P.Gurusamy, Kovilpatti for award of prizes
to the best students in certain subjects mentioned below and the offer accepted by the
Syndicate in its Resolution No.7 dated 5.6.2002.
Address of the Donor :
                Pulavar P.GurusamyShanmuga Illam
                360 / 6 Rajiv Nagar, 4th Street
                Kovilpatti-628 501
                Tuticorin District.
     The endowment shall be styled as “Pulavar P.Gurusamy Endowment”
    The amount of Rs.30,000/- Shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
schedule bank / Public sector undertakings / Transport corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the Interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the accounts
sections of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
  NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT: COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGG. AND MEDICAL EDUCATION.
         The cash prize shall be awarded for the following candidates as per wish of the
donor.
          (i) 50% of interest accrued from the endowment fund shall be given as cash
prize to the first rank holder in the I year of 5 year integrated Degree Course in M.Sc(IT).
           (ii) 50% of interest accured from the endowment fund shall be given as cash
prize to the first rank holder in M.D.(Radio Diagnosis).
       The above prize shall be awarded on the day of Second Founder Pro-chancellor’s
Birthday Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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         343. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “THIRU RAMESH RAMINANI – COMMUNITY
                              PHARMACY ENDOWMENT”
                              (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
      This endowment instituted by Thiru Ramesh Raminani, California for helping the
deserving students in achieving their career goals in Community Pharmacy and the
offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.17 dated 29.7.2002.
Address of the Donor:
                Thiru Ramesh Raminani
                Medicine Shoppe
                International Inc.,
                1100 North Lindbergh.
                St.Louis,Misouri-63132.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as “Thiru RAMESH RAMINANI – COMMUNITY
PHARMACY ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.97,438/- shall be invested as long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the Interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the accounts
section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:
                          NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : PHARMACY
        The Gold Medal / Scholarship shall be awarded as per donor’s intention for the
following candidates.
          i) 20 % amount accrued from the interest of endowment shall be given as gold
medal to I rank student of M.Pharm (Pharmacy Practice) Degree course.
          ii) 80% amount accrued from the interest of endowment shall be given as
scholarship to one II year M.Pharm student who has got highest mark in the previous
semester and opts to do project on Development of Community Pharmacy.
       The above prize shall be awarded on the day of Second Founder Pro-chancellor’s
Birthday Celebrations of every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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          344. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “TMT ANNAPOORANI AMMAL ENDOWMENT”
                                (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
     This endowment instituted by Dr.R.Muthukumaran, Member-Syndicate in memory
of his mother Tmt. Annapoorani Ammal and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its
Resolution No.16 dated 29.7.2002.
Address of the Donor:
               Dr.R.Muthukumaran,
               K.R.Hospital,
          5, Murugan Street,
          Chidambaram – 608 001.
   1. The endowment shall be styled                 as    “Tmt.   ANNAPOORANI       AMMAL
ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:
          i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
         NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : MEDICINE-DIVISION OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND
                                   REHABILITATION.
     The candidate who passes the M.P.T. Degree course in first chance (regular batch)
with maximum aggregate marks shall be awarded the cash prize at the Second Founder
Pro-Chancellor’s Birthday Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such change in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


          345. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “DR. A. ANANDANATARAJAN ENDOWMENT”
                                (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
     This endowment        instituted by Thiru. A.Gurumurthy, Chidambaram          in
appreciation of his father Dr. A.Anandanatarajan former Head of the Department of
Tamil Studies & Research and former Dean, Faculty of Indian Langauges, who
rendered more than 38 years of distinguished service in this University and the offer
accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No.61 dated 5.6.2002.
Address of the Donor:
               A.Gurumurthy,
              S/O, Dr. A. Anandanatarajan
              128/51, East Car Street
              Chidambaram – 608 001.
     1. The endowment shall be styled as “DR.A.ANANDANATARAJAN ENDOWMENT”
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    2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The Interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
      i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
      ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
     iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts Section
of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
               NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : TAMIL STUDIES AND RESEARCH
       The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for conducting endowment
lectures every year on the topic “BAKTHI ILAKIYAM” by inviting a fit person to deliver
two lectures, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Head of
the Department of Tamil Studies & Research.
        The Lecturer so invited shall be paid 80% of the interest available as honorarium
inclusive of TA & DA besides treating as Guest of the University and the balance 20%
shall be set apart for the miscellaneous expenditures in organizing the endowment
lecturers.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.

           346. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “DR.K. THIAGARAJAN ENDOWMENT”
                             (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
      This endowment instituted by Selvi T. Meenal, Annamalainagar in appreciation of
her father Dr.K.Thiagarajan former Head of the Department of Tamil Studies &
Research and former Dean, Faculty of Indian Langauges, who rendered more than 38
years of distinguished service in this University and the offer accepted by the Syndicate
in its Resolution No.62 dated 5.6.2002.
Address of the Donor :
               Selvi T.Meenal,
               D/o. Dr.K.Thiagarajan,
               128/III North Cross Street,
               Mariappa Nagar,
               Annamalainagar – 608 002.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as “DR. K. THIAGARAJAN ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.25,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The Interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
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       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
                NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : TAMIL STUDIES AND RESEARCH
       The balance amount of interest shall be utilized for conducting endowment
lectures every year on the topic “TAMIL AAIVUKAL” by inviting a fit person to deliver two
lectures, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Head of the
Department of Tamil Studies & Research.
        The Lecturer so invited shall be paid 80% of the interest available as honorarium
inclusive of TA & DA besides treating as Guest of the University and the balance 20% of
shall be set apart for the miscellaneous expenditures in organizing the endowment
lecturers.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         347. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HON’BLE “DR.M.THAMBIDURAI ENDOWMENT”
                                (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
     This endowment instituted by Dr. M.A.M.Ramaswamy, Founder Pro-Chancellor in
honour of the visit of Dr.m.Thambidurai, Minister for Education, Government of
Tamilnadu for delivering the 69th Annual Convocation Address held in the University
Campus on 18.3.2002 and the offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No. 6
dated 5.6.2002.
Address of the Donor:
               The President,
               Dr.Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust,
               Rani Seethai Hall,
               603, Anna Salai,
          Chennai – 600 006.
   1. The endowment shall             be   styled   as   “HON’BLE    DR.M.THAMBIDURAI
ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3.The Interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
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                         NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : EDUCATION
      Hon’ble Dr.M.Thambidurai endowment cash prize shall be awarded to the B.Ed
Degree course student who secures the highest marks under Optional II in Paper VI
“Content and Methodology of Teaching Commerce”.
      Prize shall be awarded on the occasion of the Birthday function of our Second
Founder Pro-Chancellor every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.

         348. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “KARAIKUDI MUTHU IYER ENDOWMENT”
                             (Senate dated 19-10-2002)
      This endowment instituted by Thiru, V.M. Ganesan, Lecturer in Miruthangam,
Department of Music,Annamalai University in memory of his father Thiru Karaikudi
Muthu Iyer who was a famous Miruthanga Vidwan and accompanied on Miruthangam
for all top ranked musicians of yester years and honoured with “Kalaimamani award” by
the Government of Tamilnadu during the year 1967 and the offer accepted by the
Syndicate in its Resolution No.59 dated 5.6.2002.
Address of the Donor:
               Thiru V.M.Ganesan,
               Lecturer in Miruthangam,
               Annamalai Unversity,
               Annamalainagar.
      1. The endowment shall be styled as “KARAIKUDI MUTHU IYER ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The Interest accruing every year shall be utilized as follows:-
        i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
       ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilized as follows:-
                           NAME OF THE DEPARTMENTS : MUSIC
      One cash prize to the best out-going student of Mirudangam in the final year
Diploma Course who secured maximum marks in the final examination.
       The prize shall be awarded on the Second Founder Pro-Chancellor’s Birthday
Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year the amount is not utilized, the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to make such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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     349. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “BHUVANESWARI SIVAPRAKASAM ENDOWMENT”
                             (Senate dated 23-03-2003)
     This endowment instituted by Major S. Sivaprakasam, Professor of Economic
(Retd.), Annamalai University in memory of his wife (Late) Bhuvaneswari for awarding
scholarship to M.A. Economics / Applied Economics Students. The offer accepted by
the Syndicate in its Resolution No. 17 dated 26-11-2002.
Addressed of the Donor:
          Major S. Sivaprakssam
          Professor of Economics (Retd.)
          195, Mariappa Nagar
          Annamalainagar.
   1. The endowment shall be styled as “BHUVANESWARI SIVAPRAKASAM
ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.1,00,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit ina
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accruable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
        ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund being, the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                      NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : ECONOMICS
     The annual proceeds shall be awarded as Scholarships to four deserving poor
students of 1 year M.A. Ecnomics / Applied Economics Degree Programme based on
merit.
     The selection of students for the Scolarships shall be made by a Faculty-
Committee comprising the Head of the Department and two other senior members of
the Department and approved by the Vice-Chancellor.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilised the unspent amount shall be added to
the corpus of the fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to take such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         350. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “PROF. D. SUBRAMANIAN ENDOWMENT”
                             (Senate dated 29-03-2003)
     This endowment instituted by the Professor D. Subramanian Endowment
Committee in honour of long dedicated service rendered by Prof. Dr.D. Subramanian,
Professor of Botony, Annamalai University. The offer accepted by the Syndicate in its
Resolution No. 30 dated 08-08-2001.
Address of the Donor:
               Dr.J. Kunjithapatham
               Prof. of Batony, DDE & Secratary,
               Prof. D. Subramanian Endowment Committee,
               Annamalai University.
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      1. The Endowment shall be styled as “Prof. D. SUBRAMANIAN ENDOWMENT”.
      2. The amount of Rs.20,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
         Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations /
         Autonomous Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accurable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
        ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                           NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : BOTANY
     The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for conducting endowment
lectures annually in the field of Botany by inviting a fit person to deliver the lectures
appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Head of the
Department of Botany for the benefit of the students in the Department.
     The lecture shall be paid 80% of the interest amount available as honorarium
inclusive if TA & DA besides treating as Guest of the University and the balance 20% of
the amount of interest shall be set apart for the miscellaneous expenditures towards
conduct of the endowment lectures.
     If in any circumstances, the endowment lectures is not conducted, the same shall
be consucted in the subsequent year, by utilised the amount due for that year.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilised the unspent amount shall be added to
the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to take such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         351. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “Dr. S. AGESTHIALINGAM ENDOWMENT”
                             (Senate dated 29-03-2003)
     This endowment instituted by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy Avl., Founder-Pro-
Chancellor in honour of visit of Dr.S. Agesthialingam, Former Vice-Chancellor,
Tamil University, Tanjavur who delivered the Commemoration Address of the 98th
Birthday Celebrations of our Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor Dr. Rajah Sir M.A.
Muthiah Chettiar held on 05-08-2002. The offer accepted by the Syndicate in its
Resolution No. 16 dated 26-11-2002.
Address of the Donor:
               The President
               Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust
               Rani Seethai Hall
               603, Anna Salai
               Chennai – 600 006.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as ““Dr. S. AGESTHIALINGAM ENDOWMENT”.
      2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
         Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations /
         Autonomous Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
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     3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accurable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
        ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                    NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : CAS IN LINGUISTICS
     A cash prize shall be awarded to a student who scores highest marks in the
M.A. Lingustics and M.A. Translation Studies programme by rotation.
     If there is no student enrolment in any of the above programmes, the cash prize
shall be awarded to a student who scores the highest marks in the other programmes of
the CAS in Linguistics.
     The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor’s
Birthday Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilised the inspent amount shall be added to
the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to take such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


 352. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “HON’BLE JUSTICE THIRU P. BHASKARAN ENDOWMENT”
                            (Senate dated 29-03-2003)
      The endowment instituted by Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy Avl., Founder-Pro-
Chancellor in honour of visit of Hon’ble Justice Thiru P.Bhaskaran, Judge, Hogh Court
of Chennai (Retd.), Chairman, Loss of Ecology(P & P.C.) Authority who delivered the
commemoration Address of the 68th Founder’s Day Celebrations of our Founder-Pro-
Chancellor Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiat of Chettinad held on 30-09-2002. The
offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No. 25 dated 09-01-2003.
Address of the Donor:
               The President
               Dr. Eajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar Memorial Trust
               Rani Seethai Hall
               603, Anna Salai
               Chennai – 600 006.
    1. The endowment shall be styled as ““HON’BLE JUSTICE THIRU P. BHASKARAN
ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accurable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
        ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
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       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                     NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : CIVIL ENGINEERING
    The balance amount of interest shall be awarded as a Cash Prize to the student
who had done best thesis in M.E. Environmental Engineering or M.E. Water Resourse
Engineering and Management Degree Programme offered by the Department of Civil
Engineering.
     The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor’s
Birthday Celebrations every year.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilised the unspent amount shall be added to
the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to take such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


          353. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “PROF. K.J. SRINIVASAN ENDOWMENT”
                              (Senate dated 29-03-2003)
     This endowment instituted by Mrs. Jayashree Srinivasan, USA in memory of her
husband (Late) Professor K.J. Srinivasan, Formar Professor of Education for conducting
lectureship in the Department of Education. The offer accepted by the Syndicate in its
Resolution No. 18 dated 26-11-2002.
Address of the Donor:
              Mrs. Jayashree Srinivasan
              W/o. (Late) K.J. Srinivasan
              1678, Spruce View Drive
              Pomona CA 91766
              USA.
      1. The Endowment shall be styled as “PROF. K.J. SRINIVASAN EDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accurable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
        ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                         NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : EDUCATION
     The balance amount of interest shall be utilised for conducting endowment
lectures by inviting eminent educaionist to deliver two lectures, appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Education.
     If the available amount is meager, the amount short fall may be drawn from the
other endowments allotted to the Department of Education by adjusting the
expenditures suitably.
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    The Lecturer shall be paid a sum of Rs.1,500/- as honorarium inclusive of TA &
DA besides treating as Guest of the University.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilised the unspent amount shall be added to
the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to take such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


         354. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF “HARIDHASA SAKITYA SAGARAM VEDAGARPAM
                  V. SRIPATHI ACHAR OF HANUMANTHAPURAM ENDOWMENT”
                                 (Senate dated 29-03-2003)
     This endowment instituted by Tmt. G. Shymal, Reader in Music, Annamalai
University in memory of her 25 years of service in the Univesity. She instituted this
endowment in the name of her father Haridhasa Sakitya Sagaram Vedagarpam V.
Sripathi Achar of Hanumanthapuram, Nagai District and the offer accepted by the
Syndicate in its Resolution No. 19 dated 26-11-2002.
Address of the Donor:
               Tmt. G. Shymala
               Reader in Music
               Annamalai University
    1. The endowment shall be styled as “HARIDHASA SAKITYA SAGARAM
VEDAGARPAM V. SRIPATHI ACHAR OF HANUMANTHAPURAM ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
     3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
           i) 1/3 of interest accurable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
        ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                            NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : MUSIC
     On Cash Prize shall be awarded to a best student who stands first for the “Vocal
Tamil Songs” selected by the Head of the Department of Music & Dean of the Faculty of
Fine Arts and approved by the Vice-Chancellor.
     The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor’s
Borthday every year.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilised the unspent amount shall be added to
the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to take such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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        355. TERMS AMD CONDITIONS OF “CUDDALORE DISTRICT IAP ENDOEMENT”
                             (Senate dated 29-03-2003)
      This endowment indtituted by Thillai Pedicon 2001 as a mark of 26th Annual
Conference of IAP TNSB held in the University Campus during 10th – 12th August 2001
for awarding prize to the MBBS Degree programme. The offer accepted by the Syndicate
in its Resolution No. 53 dated 25-09-2002.
Address of the Donor:
               Dr. S. Ramesh
               Organising Secretary
               Thillai Pedicon 2001 & Professor of Pediatrics
               Rajah Muthiah Mediacl College Hospital
               Annamalai University.
    1. The Endowment shall be styled as “CUDDALORE                        DISTRICT       IAP
        ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
      3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accurable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
        ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                     NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT : PEDIATRICS, RMMC
      The balance amount of interest available shall be awarded as cash prize to a
regular final year MBBS Degree Programme student who scores highest mark in the
final year MBBS examinations in “Pediatrics”.
      The Prize shall be awarded at the time of Convocation every year.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilised the unspent amount shall be added to
the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to take such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.


       356. TERMS AMD CONDITIONS OF “Dr. P.V. VAIDYANATHAN NSS ENDOWMENT”
                             (Senate dated 29-03-2003)
      This endowment instituted by the then NSS Programme Co-ordinator and other
NSS Programme Officers during 2001-2002 in honour of services rendered for NSS
activities by Dr. P.V. Vaidyanathan, Formar Vice-Chancellor, Annamalai University. The
offer accepted by the Syndicate in its Resolution No. 52 dated 25-09-2002.
   1. The Endowment            shall   be   styled   as   “Dr.P.V.   VAIDYANATHAN     NSS
ENDOWMENT”.
    2. The amount of Rs.10,000/- shall be invested as a long term fixed deposit in a
Scheduled Bank / Public Sector Undertakings / Transport Corporations / Autonomous
Boards / Corporations of State or Central Government.
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     3. The interest accuring every year shall be utilised as follows:
         i) 1/3 of interest accurable shall be credited to the Corpus Fund every year.
        ii) 5% of the interest shall be credited to the University General Fund, being the
tied donation fund.
       iii) The balance amount of interest available as ascertained from the Accounts
Section of the Administrative Office shall be utilised as follows:
                         PRIZE FOR : NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
      An Essay Competition in TAMIL shall be arranged at a centralised place every year
for the NSS voluntrees of the Annamalau Univerarsity. The topic shall be announced 5
minutes brfore the commencement of the Essay Competition. The Office of the Registrar
shall send the circular.
     Two cash prizes to the NSS voluntrees who stands the I and II positions in the
Essay Competition shall be awarded 60% and 40% of the available interest every year at
the Second Founder-Pro-Chancellor’s Birthday Celebrations.
     4. If in any year, the amount is not utilised the unspent amount shall be added to
the Corpus of the Fund.
    5. The Syndicate shall have the power to take such changes in the terms and
conditions of the endowment as circumstances may render desirable.
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