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UCL

University College of Law

Facilities
Hyderabad
Telangana
Accredited By
NA
Established Date
1923
NA
Total Students
Private
Type
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University College of Law is situated at Hyderabad, India - 500 007 in Hyderabad.

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Courses Offered

LLB
  • 3 Years
  • Bachelor of Law-LLB
  • Politics / Law / Humanities
BA+ LLB
  • 5 Years
  • B.A.+LL.B
  • Politics / Law / Humanities

University College of Law - UCL

 In 1942, LL.M. 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 thesis on a subject studied by them in LL.B. and LL.M. In view of heavy demand for admission to Law course, the Law Department of the Arts College has been elevated into a full-fledged Law College in the year 1950 and shifted to Saifabad Science College in the city. The Law College used to function in the even from 6.00 to 8.30 p.m. and the medium of instruction was changed to English. In 1954 the college was shifted from Saifabad Science College of Chadarghat 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 the students. From 1942 to 1958 students of LL.M. had no choice of subject, as all subjects were compulsory except the choice between Hindu Law and Muslim Law. In 1958 LL.M. syllabus was revised and another branch viz., Constitutional and International Law was started. Within few years, Personal Laws branch was added. In 1966, Mercantile Law was also introduced. In 1958 University Grants Commission sanctioned Rs.8 lakhs for constructing Law College Building. Law College Building was constructed in the Campus and Morning session of the Law College was shifted to the new Building. Justice P.Jagan Mohan Reddy, the then Dean, Faculty of Law took active interest in establishing the institution. The University College of Law was inaugurated in 1960 by the then Chief Justice of India Sri B.P .Sinha. Prof .G.C.V .Subba Rao was the first Principal of the College. The LL.M. Courses were shifted to the University College of Law in the same year. Four branches of LL.M. i.e., Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law and international Law, Personal law and Mercantile Law were offered by the College. Subsequently some of the branches of LL.M. were shifted to Evening College of Law. In 1977 all the LL.M. courses were shifted to the Evening College of Law. Again in 1994, three branches viz. Constitutional, Mercantile Law and Labour Law in LL.M. Course have been reintroduced in the University College of Law, O.U. At present, the sanctioned strength in LL.B. is 120 seats. 60 seats for LL.B three year LL.B course and 60 seats for five year LL.B course. The Faculty of Law introduced the Ph.D. Programme and first batch of Ph.D. students was registered in the year 1978. The Ph.D. Programme is offered on regular and part-time basis. Total no. of scholars admitted into Ph.D are 116 till date and awarded Ph.Ds for 83 scholars.

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Facilities

Classrooms with ICT & Audio Visual aids and two well stocked Libraries in the college .

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5 Type Courses Available

  • 2 UG Courses
  • 3 PG Courses

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University College of Law

The Library of the Law is one of the best law libraries in the entire South India having a good collection of law journals, text books, reports, commentaries and theses. All the leading journals like the All India Reporter, Supreme Court Cases, Journal of Indian Law Institute and Indian Bar Review are subscribed regularly in the library. Foreign Journals like All England Reports, Cambridge Law Journal, Harvard Law Review and Modern Law Review are subscribed in the Main Library of the University.Limited Hostel facility is provided to the students of University Colleges. Hence the hostel accommodation is not guaranteed.Hostel facilities are provided to the students of University College of Law who hail from district places. The ‘E’ Hostel caters to the needs of LL.B. students. It is managed by 3 wardens. The messes are situated near the hostels with the facilities for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. The Guest and substitution system is strictly prohibited.

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