In the name of the King-Hinperor and by His Majesty's Command I invest you with the Insignia of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India of whin His Majesty has been pleased to appoint you a Companion.7 MR. [...] In 1936 you held during a leave vacancy the high office of Hon'ble Member in charge of the Irrigation Department and towards the end of the same year were called upon to assume for a time the responsibilities of the office of Vice-Chancellor of the University of Dacca. [...] Your services are always at the disposal of the authorities in matters relating to improvement of the countryside and your enthusiasm in the destruction of water-hyacinth has brought relief from this pest to large areas of the Sadar Subdivision of Faridpur. [...] not limited to the welfare of the Bank and you have taken a leading Volt in the campaigns for the destruction of water-hyacinth the restriction of jute and theIt introduction of substitute crops. [...] It is a source of profound satisfaction to me personally that the release of the University from a position of humiliating and cramping dependence should have come about during my tenure of office as Chancellor.33 The Vice-Chancellor has referred to a sum of money collected during the time of Lord Lytton towards the re-institution of the Professorship of Sanskrit...
|Speeches Delivered by his Excellency Sir. John Anderson During 1937||1-163||unknown|
|Speeches Delivered by his Excellency the Right Hon’ble Lord Brabourne G.C.S.I. G.C.I.E. M.C. Governor of Bengal During 1937-38||164-310||unknown|