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Nalsar to get 23+ acres for new academies and 3 year LLB program with 50% domicile reservation

Nalsar Hyderabad will have more than 23 acres of land, additional to its present campus, to start a lawyers academy and a teacher’s training academy, along with two new hostels, and a new LLB program within the coming year.

The academies and hostels will function from a 22 acre land facing its present campus in Shamirpet, while the new 3 year LLB program will be housed in a 45,000 square feet city campus, and will have 50% seats reserved for Telanaga-domiciled candidates.

Authoritative sources in the law school confirmed that Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao in his address to Nalsar’s 15th annual convocation on 29 July, had mentioned that the government wants to allot these lands to Nalsar for the academies and the three year LLB program, as first reported by the Times of India.

The source explained that the actual possession of the lands could take anywhere between six months to one year. The 22 acre land used to belong to the state judicial academy, which is already functioning from a city campus in Hyderabad. Shamirpet is in the outskirts of Hyderabad. The 45000 square feet land is located more centrally inside Hyderabad.

The 50% state-based reservation will be restricted to seats in the 3 year LLB program which Nalsar will conduct from its city campus. In contrast, NLSIU Bangalore NLSIU Bangalore faces a looming 50% state-based reservation in its 5 year LLB program, while 10-seat NUJS Kolkata has already begun reserving 10 seats for West Bengal domiciled candidates in its 5 year LLB program from this year.

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