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MANUU gets Bar Council of India nod to start the Law courses


MANUU gets Bar Council of India nod to start the Law courses



Hyderabad: According to the Registrar, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Prof. Ishtiaque Ahmed, the Bar Council of India through a letter issued on June 17 has given approval to start the Law courses from the current academic year.

 Vice-Chancellor Professor Syed Ainul Hasan expressed his happiness on this occasion and said that this is an important milestone in the history of Maulana Azad National Urdu University. It may be important to mention here that the Parliamentary Standing Committee headed by Member of Parliament Shri Vivek Thakur had advocated and recommended to start law education in vernacular languages of the country under the New Education Policy 2020.

  In the light of the recommendations of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Higher Education, Urdu University now offers a Five-Year Law degree BALLB (Honours), a Three-Year LLB and a One-Year LLM plus PhD (Law). The course will be taught through Urdu medium.

 According to the Registrar, MANUU, now it is the duty of the lovers of Urdu to create awareness among students across the country in this regard so that students can get LLB and LLM education through Urdu medium as well. He has added that MANUU has obtained permission to start LLB and LLM courses after fulfilling all the conditions of Bar Council of India.

 Prof. Tabrez Ahmed, Dean School of Law, said that the Entrance Tests were already held for the aspiring students to take admission in BALLB (Hons), LLB, and LLM courses. The admissions were given based on the marks obtained.