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Vijayasanti Nimmagadda from Hyderabad secures the highest marks (93) among women to qualify for the 3-year LL.B programme

VISAKHAPATNAM: As many as 91.38 per cent of the candidates qualified for the three-year Bachelor of Law (L.L.B) programme and 83.82 per cent of the candidates qualified for the five-year L.L.B programme in the Law Common Entrance Test (LAWCET) 2006 conducted by Andhra University for the entire State.

Announcing the results of LAWCET 2006 here on Sunday, Vice-Chancellor of Andhra University L. Venugopala Reddy told reporters that Rajesh Nampally from Karimnagar secured the highest marks of 103 in the common entrance test. Vijayasanti Nimmagadda from Hyderabad secured the highest marks (93) among women to qualify for the three-year LL.B programme. Siddartha Koneru from Hyderabad with 93 and Pranathi Singamaneni from Tirupati among women with 83 secured highest marks in the five-year LL.B programme.

All SC and ST candidates who appeared for the respective three-year and five-year programmes have qualified.

There are 36 law colleges in the State with 5,520 seats for the three-year LL.B programme and 2,460 seats for the five-year LL.B course. There are 11 law colleges in the Andhra University area, three in the Kakatiya University region, five in the Nagarjuna University area, nine in the Osmania University region, two in the Sri Krishnadevaraya University and six in the Sri Venkateswara University area. Prof. R. Venkata Rao, Principal of Dr.B.R. Ambedkar College of Law in Andhra University, the convenor, was present at the press conference.


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