Hyderabad: Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Saturday asked the Nalsar University to launch a three year L.L.B programme with 50 per cent seats reserved for the state.
Addressing the 15th annual convocation of the university, he said “Let Nalsar become the first national law university in the country to start a three year state of the art LLB programme with half the seats reserved for TS residents.
He said “let the first Bar at Law course in India be started in Telangana so that our state takes a leadership role in not only enhancing advocacy skills of our lawyers but also in helping the country as a whole in getting litigation lawyers.”
While assuring that the state government would finance this course, he said the government intended to allot 22 acres land adjoining the campus in Shamirpet to the university, which can use it for construction of an academic staff college, hostels and research centres among others.
He said the government would fully support the activities of the city campus. He said government would sanction further grants to Nalsar to take up these programmes....