University College of Law, Osmania University, Hyderabad is one among the reputed educational institutions for acquiring legal education in Andhra Pradesh. The institute started conducting classes in 1899 and established itself as full-fledged College of Law in 1958. It holds the distinction of being accredited with highest rating of five stars by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The college is an integral part of Osmania University. It has got the approval of Bar Council of India (BCI), New Delhi. University Law College offers quality legal education at different degree levels.
The University made successful experiment of teaching law in vernacular language, namely, Urdu. At that time Urdu was court language too. The Translation Bureau translated all the leading textbooks into Urdu. From 1923 to 1934 there was only five papers for both the years. But in 1935 one paper each was added to both the years. The classes were held in the morning. Hardly there were hundred students in both years put together.
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 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.
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