The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Ghose, Sir Chunder Maduhb

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Ghose, Sir Chunder Madhub, Kt. (1906), Senior Puisne judge, Calcutta (retired); s. of late Rai Durga Prasad Ghose Bahadur; b. 1838; educ; the Hindu, and the Presidency Colleges, Calcutta; passed the Law Examination, 1860; Commenced to practice as a pleader in Burdwan; appointed Government Pleader; appointed Deputy Collector which he resigned after a short time; joined the Sadar Court. Calcutta, as a lawyer; Member, Legislative Council, Bengal, 1884; appointed Judge of the High Court, Calcutta, 1885; Fellow, Calcutta University, 1885; was President of the Faculty of Law, Calcutta University for 3 years; Offg Chief Justice, High Court, Calcutta, 1906; retired, 1907; presided at the Indian Social Conference, 1906; President, Kayastha Sabha, 1905. Address: Bhawanipore, Calcutta, India.