Hyderabad: Out of the 21,559 candidates who applied for the Telangana State Law Common Entrance Examination (TS LAWCET) and TS PGLCET 2020, a total of 76.87 percent eligible.
The results were declared by Prof. T Papi Reddy of the Telangana State Council of Higher Education here on Friday.
Hyderabad’s Chundi Sneha Sree and Karimnagar district’s Samudrala Srinivasa Krushna Panchajanya won first place in the three-year and five-year TS LAWCET courses, respectively. In their respective entrance exams, both scored 98 points. Likewise, by gaining 89 points, TadigoppulaPravalika of Rajanna-Sircilla district bagged first rank in TS PGLCET (LLM).
The University College of Law, Osmania University, is launching two new courses this year, namely Criminology & Criminal Justice System, and Human Rights Law.
This will be offered as self-financing courses, and applicants must have qualified to obtain a place at the TS PGLCET.
Last year, 3,909 seats in the three-year law course at 21 law colleges and 1,340 seats in the five-year law course at 13 law colleges were open, according to TS LAWCET and TS PGLCET convener Prof. GB Reddy. 14 colleges with 620 seats in 2019 were offered the LLM course.
OU registrar Prof. Ch Gopal Reddy said the university would announce the results of degree final-year examinations in two weeks. (INN)