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Welcome to the College of Law for Women , Andhra Mahila Sabha
Admissions 2019-20 PDF

 

Candidates qualified in TSLAWCET & TSPGCET 2019, only apply for seats in LL.B 3 YDC ; LL.M Labour Law ; LL.M Constitutional Law.

Management Seats in LL.B 3 YDC (12);LL.M. Labour Laws (4); Constitutional Law (4) are available. Qualified candidates may contact office with original documents.

 

 Contact Office: 040-27424958

 

NOT REPORTED LIST 2019-20

 

 

      TS LAWCET / TS PGLCET- 2019          
                      LL.B ( 3YDC)         
             NOT REPORTED LIST      
S.No Hallticket Num. Candidate Name Rank Gender Category Alloted Cat Phase Status
1 1190401051                  V VIJAYA 2451 F ST REG_OPEN_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
2 1190208187     SHARAWATHI T P C 3703 F OC REG_OPEN_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
3 1190304352      UMME SALMA 6298 F BC-B REG_BCB_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
4 1190402263      J ANITHA 6514 F BC-D REG_BCD_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
5 1190407318      TAPPETLA KALPANA 6996 F SC REG_SC_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
6 1190202213       JAKKANAPALLI         SUDHA RANI 7266 F BC-D REG_BCD_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
                 
        TS LAWCET / TS PGLCET- 2019        
    LL.M LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT LAWS    
                     NOT REPORTED LIST      
S.No Hallticket Num. Candidate Name Rank Gender Category Alloted Cat Phase Status
1 3190102097           JOGINIPALLY BHAVISHYA 563 F OC REG_OPEN_OU_FEMALE Phase I NR
2 3190201312    K SHIRISHA 646 F OC REG_OPEN_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
3 3190305286

T

NEERAJA

1309 F BC-D REG_BCD_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
4 3190402622 CHENNABOINA SHARAVANI 1398 F BC-D REG_BCA_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
5 3190301626 DEVKE VAISHALI 1478 F SC REG_SC_UNR_FEMALE Phase II NR
6 3190501271 R SHIVA KUMARI RATHOD 1550 F ST REG_ST_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
                 
        TS LAWCET / TS PGLCET- 2019        
                  LL.M CONSTITUTIONAL LAW    
                       NOT REPORTED LIST    
S.No Hallticket Num. Candidate Name Rank Gender Category Alloted Cat Phase Status
1 3191208108   SRINIDHI PARLAPELLI 1136 F BC-A REG_BCE_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR
2 3190403418 D SUKANYA 1269 F SC REG_SC_OU_FEMALE Phase II NR

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 November 2019 07:38
 

 

Admissions are open for the academic year 2016-17 for LLB 3YDC and LLM (Labour Laws) (Constitutional Laws) | Management Seats are available | LAWCET fee for management seats 

 

College of Law for Women, Andhra Mahila Sabha, is  the only privately managed Law College for women in Telangana. The Andhra Mahila Sabha established the College in 1991 in memory of Padmavibhushan Dr.(Smt). Durgabai Deshmukh, who championed the cause of women, and secured equal rights to women, both in law courts and in law making, notably as a member of the Constitution Drafting Committee. A.M.S. Law College, imbued with her deep sense of commitment, has been trying to prepare batch after batch of young women lawyers to carry forward her mission to achieve the stupendous task of emancipation of women, still groaning under various kinds of disadvantages, even 60 years after attaining political independence. The College is guided by age-old tradition of academic excellence and freedom of inquiry and respect of individual viewpoints. It is committed to advance the understanding and development of law through an analysis of what the letter says but also what the spirit of law aims at. The objective is to prepare students to achieve professional success through leadership and service to others. The College is running through a dedicated Faculty who trains the students to be a good, ethical Lawyer, teaches Law in its social context apart from principles. Apart from teaching, the faculty actively participates in different National and International Seminars by presenting their thoughts and by Publication of their articles in esteemed Legal Journals.

 

The college aims at providing legal education essential to the realization of values enshrined in the Constitution of India and prepares legal Professionals who will play decisive leadership roles not only as advocates practising in courts, but also as Acedamics, legislators, Judges, Policy Makers , Public Officials, Civil Society Activists as well as legal Counsel in the Private Sector maintaining the highest standards of Professional Ethics and a spirit of public service.  It also prepares professionals equipped  to meet new challenges and dimensions of internationalisation.

 

The young graduates coming from diverse academic backgrounds, and opting for the course either by choice or otherwise, go through a unique orientation programme, to be familiarized with the new field of study they are embarking upon. This is also aimed at motivating them and dispels misconceptions associated with legal profession. This helps strengthening a commitment to study with interest by removing attitudinal cleavages, and help shaping a new breed of committed lawyers. Ultimately this will prevent proliferating half-baked lawyers, who to some extent are cause for inordinate delays in court disposals, adopt unethical methods, instead of proper lawyering and advocacy. During learning process and Advocacy training, ethical and moral principles are imparts to curtail production of half-baked lawyering.

 

Unlike other co-educational colleges this college  provides skills to establish feminist angle of law with a thrust on equality and bring in legal reforms eliminating discrimination in terms of gender justice from women's perspective and experience.  In this attempt a new student will be trained with necessary communication skills in the medium of English since many of them are from the medium of regional language and with a necessary orientation program for proper motivation and ethical lawyering.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 July 2016 17:18
 

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