Lal Bahadur College :

  

Way back in 1970, a team of dignitaries from Osmania Graduates' Association consisting of late Sri Shankarji, late Sri B. Jayasena visited Warangal and decided on the spot to establish a junior college under the name of late Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri. Since it was run in borrowed premises, the members of the Exhibition Society and O.G.A visited Warangal to identify a site for raising a proper structure for Lal Bahadur College. In this endeavour, they were ably assisted by late Sri R. Ramchander Rao, an advocate. The college is ideally located in an area of 25 acres right under Bhadrakali tank/temple.

Lal Bahadur College is the first college to be started by the Osmania Graduates' Association & Exhibition Society outside Hyderabad to serve the backward areas. It started with two section of P.U.C. and one section of B.A. and B.Com. each with 200 students. The Government of Andhra Pradesh admitted the college in 1973-74 to grant in aid for Intermediate, B.A., B. Sc. and B. Com. Courses. The successive chair persons like Sri B. Jayasena, Sri T. V. Narayana, Sri Sudharshan, Sri A. Ranga Rao, Sri Babu Rao Varma, Sri C. B. Namdev, Sri P. Narayan Reddy among others are the unique stalwarts who are predominantly responsible for high quality education coupled with discipline and peace in the campus.