Established in 1887 by the amalgamation of Hyderabad School and the Madarsa-i-Aliya, Nizam College is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in south India. The college was originally affiliated to the Madras University for 60 years and was made a constituent college of Osmania University on February 19, 1947. Dr. Aghornath Chattopadhyay, father of Sarojini Naidu, was the founder principal of the college. The college was first granted autonomy for undergraduate courses by the University Grant Commission(UGC) in 1988-89. Nizam College was also granted the ‘College with Potential for Excellence’ status by UGC.
Application forms and prospectus can be downloaded from the college website.
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