Private Law Colleges in Telangana Accepting TS LAWCET Scores

Samiksha Rautela
Samiksha RautelaPublished On: August 24, 2020 | TS LAWCET

Fretting over private law colleges in Telangana that accept TS LAWCET scores? Look no further. Curated ahead is a list of top colleges in Telangana that offer admission through the rank secured in Telangana State Law Common Entrance Test.

Private Law Colleges in Telangana Accepting TS LAWCET

The Telangana State Law Common Entrance Test (TS LAWCET) is an entrance exam conducted by Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE). Through the exam, aspirants get to apply for admission at numerous private and public colleges in Telangana state for either integrated LLB or 3 years long LLB programme.

TS LAWCET 2020 will be conducted on October 4, 2020. The last date for submission of applications of TS LAWCET has been wrapped up and students are impatiently waiting for the announcement of the exam date.

Other than public colleges, plenty of private colleges accept the TS LAWCET score and provide quality legal education to aspirants. Although the score obtained in TS LAWCET is considered as a yardstick for admission but some colleges also provide admission through management quota. Read ahead to explore the entire list of private colleges accepting the TS LAWCET score along with the admission process followed by them.

Top Private Law College in Telangana Accepting TS LAWCET Scores

The top-notch colleges in Telangana accepting TS LAWCET scores are as follows.

College Name

Recognised by

Programme Offered

Fee Charged (Annual)

Mahatma Gandhi Law College, Hyderabad



LLB (Hons.)



Rs. 12,000/- to Rs. 24,000/-

Padala Rama Reddy Law College, Hyderabad




Rs. 22,000/- (approx.)

Justice Kumarayya College of Law, Karimnagar




Adarsha Law College, Warangal





Post Graduate College of Law, Osmania University, Basheerbagh



Rs. 15,000/- (approx.)

Sultan Ul Uloom College of Law, Banjara Hills





Rs. 30,000/- (approx.)

Aurora's Legal Sciences Academy, Hyderabad





Pendekanti Law College, Hyderabad




Rs. 12,450/-

Ananntha Law College, Hyderabad

Government of APSCHE





Rs. 11,000/- to Rs. Rs. 15,000/- (approx.)

MSS Law College, Hyderabad




Manair College of Law, Khammam



Rs. 13,500/- (approx.)

Aurora's Legal Sciences Institute, Nalgonda





Admission Process of Private Law Colleges Accepting TS LAWCET Scores

To secure a seat in private law colleges through TS LAWCET score, an aspirant needs to follow the admissions process set by the institute. Mentioned below are the proceedings that a candidate is most likely to encounter.

  • The aspirant must meet the eligibility criteria set for the desired course by the preferred educational institute.

  • Only after satisfying the criteria can a candidate fill up the application form.

  • The scores acquired in TS LAWCET is considered as a parameter to offer admission in a 5 year LLB or 3 year LLB programme. Students are required to qualify TS LAWCET to ensure admission at their desired college. 

  • Applicants have to necessarily attend the counselling session of the selected institute in order to secure a seat.

  • The students with a higher score have higher chances of getting shortlisted at the desired college.

  • Some students are offered admission through management quota. Such students do not appear for the counselling process.

  • The final step is to lock the offered seat by paying the admission fee.

What Factors Determine the TS LAWCET Cut-off?

To get admission in any of the aforementioned colleges, it is of utmost importance to meet the cut-off criteria released by the authorities. Mentioned below are some factors that determine the cut-off criteria of TS LAWCET.

  • Total Seats Available

  • Difficulty Level of the Exam

  • Total Number of Candidates Appearing for the Exam

  • Performance of the Candidates

  • Category of the Candidates

Also Read:State-Level Law Entrance Exams in India

Other Private Law Colleges in India

Other than Telangana, there are multiple private law colleges located in vivid states of India that offer admissions. Check out the detailed list below.

College Name


Lovely Professional University (LPU)

Jalandhar, Punjab

University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES)

Dehradun, Uttarakhand

Symbiosis Law School (SLS)

Noida, Uttar Pradesh

OM Sterling Global University (OSGU), Hisar

Hisar, Haryana

Sinhgad Law College (SLC)

Pune, Maharashtra

ILS Law College (ILSLC)

Pune, Maharashtra

Amity University Manesar

Gurugram, Haryana

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Sonepat, Haryana

IEC University

Solan, Himachal Pradesh

Rai University

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Also Read:Career Options After Law in India - All You Need to Know

With so many Private Law Colleges in Telangana Accepting TS LAWCET Scores, the state has become a hub for exceptional legal education. Besides Telanagana, there are multiple states in India that provide high-quality undergraduate level legal courses. Check the region-wise list of top-notch law colleges below.

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In order to get admission in any of the mentioned colleges, feel free to either fill-up the Common Application Form (CAF) or dial the toll-free number 1800-572-9877. For any unresolved queries, write back to us on the QnA zone.

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