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Babus rush for Law courses, 50 out of 300 students in a batch are officials


HYDERABAD: Legal studies, be it both Bachelor of Law, Master of Law and PG degree, are the most sought after courses via the All India Service officers most commonly IAS, IPS and IFS and as well as the officials working central enforcement companies like Enforcement Directorate, Income Tax, GST in Hyderabad.

Rush for LLM and LLB faculties is so evident that at least 50 of 300 students in the ongoing batches in MG College of Law at Kothapet are All India Services officials and different senior rating officials of various State and central government departments. Similarly, babus are taking admissions into Osmania University Campus College, PRR Law College at Ameerpet, NALSAR University of Law, and Bangalore based totally law faculties.


To acquire prison wisdom which may assist those in discharging their tasks with out being stuck on the flawed side of the law, to soak up prison profession after retirement and to fortify promotional aspects for certain class of officials are stated to be the high motive in the back of them the use of the prison studies.

MG College of Law Secretary and Correspondent Gangula Goverdhan Reddy informed TOI," Government issues GO's directly giving permission for the All India Services officials giving permission for studying the courses in a specific college like ours. Former DGP AK Mohanty and JV Ramudu while working pursued the LLB Courts. J V Ramudu is practising law,"


Senior IAS professional Navin Mittal did his LLB three from MG Law College. Senior IFS Official Prashant Kumar Jha purchased two years LLM(Master of Law) from MG College. Forest officials had been showing hobby in environmental law. IFS professional M.C.Pargaien took permission for 365 days PG Diploma in Urban Environmental Management and Law WWF-India and National Law University, Delhi via distance mode. He also did LLB from the varsity in the city.


Business Law is some other necessary area the place the younger AIS officers are focusing. GHMC Additional Commissioner Hari Chandana Dasari took permission from government her Master in Business Law from National Law School of India University, Bangalore. IAS professional Prashanth Patil Jeevan took admission for 2 years course of Master of Business Law in Law School of India, University Bangalore via Distance Education.


IPS officials N Shivashankar Reddy, Tarun Joshi had been amongst a number of IPS officials who pursued law while working. IPS professional Stephen Ravindra did his cyberlaw from NASLAR. Rachakonda Commissioner of Police Mahesh Muralidhar Bhagwat regardless of retaining busy posts did his prison studies from Osmania University.




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