(i) Regular course: on the basis of merit in PGLCET
(ii) Private Appearance: Pass in PGLCET & with min 3
yrs. Standing /Service as an advocate /Judicial Officer
,as the case may be as on the date of PGLCET.
(B). LL.M (Evening):
1942, LLM. Course was introduced with Comparative
Jurisprudence and Comparative Constitutional Law as
compulsory subjects with an option to choose either
International Law or conflict of laws and Muslim law or
Hindu law. Students of LL.M had to submit a thesis on a
subject studied by them in LL.B. or LL.M. in partial
fulfilment of course.
view of increased demand for admission to the law
course, the Department at the Arts College has been
elevated into a full-fledged Law College in the year
1950 and the college was shifted to Saifabad Science
College premises in the city. The Law College used to
function in the evening and medium of instruction was
changed from Urdu to English.
1954 the College was shifted from Saifabad Science
College to chaderghat college building situated at
Tilak Road, Hyderabad. Due to lack of accommodation, a
morning session in 1956 was started in the same building
for the convenience of students.
1942 to 1958 students of LL.M had no choice of subjects
as all subjects were compulsory except the choice
between Hindu Law and Muslim Law.
1958, LL.M syllabus was revised and another branch in
Constitutional Law and International Law was introduced.
Within few years personal law branch was added. In 1966,
Mercantile Law Specialization was also introduced.
1958 University Grants Commission sanctioned Rs.8 lakhs
for constructing Law College Building .The Law College
building was constructed in the campus and in 1960
morning session of the law college was shifted to the
new building along with LL.M course.
(a). In 1968 the syllabus of LL.B
course was revised and new subjects were added. The two
years law course was changed to three years course and
some new subjects like Administrative Law, Taxation,
Labour law and legal remedies were also introduced. At
present the college is offering six Specializations
Jurisprudence; II. Constitutional Law; III.
International Law; IV. Corporate Law; V. Labour
Law; and VI. Crimes & Torts (Evening).The admissions
are made through LL.M entrance examination conducted by
the Directorate of admissions, Osmania University,
Hyderabad.Br-IV Mercantile Law was renamed as corporate
Law from the Academic Year 2008-2009.