TMREIS plans to impart Legal Education to students by introducing an integrated CLAT coaching


Nov 24, 2022

Shafiullah, Secretary Telangana Minorities Residential Educational Institutions Society (TMREIS) notified that the TMREI Society was planning to impart legal education to students by introducing an integrated law coaching for cracking competitive examinations, CLAT and TS LAWCET.

Prof. Gali Vinod Kumar, Dean, Faculty of Law, Osmania University on Wednesday called on B. Shafiullah, Secretary TMREIS and briefly discussed the strategic plan on introducing integrated law coaching for the students of Telangana Minorities Residential Junior College for boys & girls.

“A total of 204 residential schools and junior colleges are under the society in which 12 are vocational colleges for boys and girls. The Society also has 8 Centre of Excellence, which provides free intensive coaching for IIT, NEET, NDA and CA Foundation Course.  After showing remarkable results from Centre of Excellences, the TMREI Society will now have integrated coaching for the students to crack CLAT & TS LAWCET and secure admissions in prestigious National Law Universities like NALSAR-Hyderabad, NLSIU-Bangalore, NLIU-Bhopal,’’ said, Shafiullah.

Prof. Gali Vinod Kumar expressed his happiness on the achievements of TMREIS students in various competitive entrance tests and was pleased to extend his support for introducing the CLAT and TS LAWCET coaching in Telangana Minorities Residential Junior Colleges. He assured to designing and implementing the plan of action to make TMREIS students as Law Professionals.  

B. Shafiullah,  further said that to induct competent lawyers into society, TMREIS will provide free intensive coaching for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) & TS LAWCET for the students, who want to pursue their careers in law.

He thanked Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for establishing 204 Minorities Residential Schools in Telangana State and his vision of providing high quality holistic and value-based education to poorest of the poor on  par with other corporate institutions. 

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