If you are willing to pursue your career in some of the best and reputed degree colleges of Hyderabad, then here is the list for you. With the mission of imparting quality education in accordance with the latest trends, each of these colleges focus on an environment friendly campus to ensure easy adjustment of its students. Regardless of the social strata you belong to, each of these colleges foster one goal for all: holistic development of its students.
- Anwarul Uloom College, Hyderabad
Anwarul Uloom College is a dream come true for the minorities of Telangana, who want to pursue higher education. Love for education and learning are the key factors associated with this institution. There are many institutions which flourish under the guidance of Anwarul Uloom College, which over the years has prospered under the leadership of Nawab Shah Alam Khan. He believed in empowering students from minority community, with an interest in technical education for their bright future. Nawab Shah Alam Khan actualized his vision for a prosperous future for the minorities by setting up some known institutions like, Anwar-ul-Uloom College of Engineering and Technology at Vikarabad, Aizza College of Engineering & Technology at Mancherial and Nawab Shah Alam Khan College of Engineering & Technology, (under the aegis of Madrasa-I-Aizza).
Nizam College was founded in 1887, and is situated at Basheerbagh in Hyderabad. It is distinguished as a pioneer and amongst the most prestigious higher education institutions in Telangana, established as a result of a merger between Madrasa-i-Aliya and Hyderabad School. Before the takeover of Nizam College by Osmania University in 1947, it was affiliated with the University of Madras. In 2012, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) certified Nizam College as an ‘A’ grade institution with a focus on varied subjects of study, each holding a separate department for itself. It offers undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs in different disciplines of arts, commerce, science, social sciences, management and informatics. They also offer a range of certificate courses, diplomas and professional courses including MBA, MSc (IS), MCA and BCA.
- College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar
The division of Andhra Pradesh in 2014 led to the separation of Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU) and Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University. Under the Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University Act, 1963, Sri Venkateswara Agricultural College, Andhra Veterinary College, Tirupati (affiliated to Sri Venkateswara University), College of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, Hyderabad (affiliated to Osmania University) and Agricultural College, Bapatla (affiliated to Andhra University), were transferred to the new university in June 1964. Around forty one agricultural research stations were transferred to the university in July 1966 and four research stations were shifted in May 1967.
- Francis College For Women
A grant-in-aid Catholic Minority institution, St. Francis College for Women, Hyderabad was formed by the Sisters of Charity in the year 1959. It was recognized by UGC in 1964 under 2(f) and 12(b) and is affiliated to Osmania University. St. Francis College for Women gained autonomous status in 1988. It was accredited with 5 stars in 1999 when it underwent an assessment by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, Bangalore (NAAC). UGC recognized this college as the ‘College with Potential for Excellence’ in 2004. Additionally, St. Francis College for Women is socially renowned in the cities of Secunderabad and Hyderabad.