Anwarul Uloom College has the distinction of being the largest autonomous Muslim minority college in the state of Telangana in terms of student strength. Run by Anwarul Uloom Educational Association, which was formed in 1909, the College was established in 1953. It was first granted UGC recognition under 2(f) and 12(b) in 1961 and was granted autonomy for under-graduate courses by the UGC in 1989. The college sought and was granted autonomy by the UGC for 11 of its post graduate courses in the academic year 2013-14.
Anwarul Uloom College was assessed and accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore in September, 2010. Currently, the college is headed for accreditation of its second cycle by NAAC. Anwarul Uloom College introduced the CBCS system in the year 2015-16 which has proved to be a major milestone in the academic history of the college.
Anwarul Uloom College enjoys the rare privilege of empowering first generation learners with education. Incidentally, most of the students studying in Anwarul Uloom College hail from the neediest strata of the Muslim minority community. The college also runs a separate session for girls to ensure that Muslim girls enjoy the benefits of education on an equal footing.
All the academic programs offered by Anwarul Uloom College are aimed at achieving the goals and objectives of Anwarul Uloom Educational Association.
The NAAC peer team had made certain specific observations and recommendations with regard to enhancing the quality of teaching and learning in the college. Most of their recommendations were fulfilled including the setting up of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC).
Anwarul Uloom College feels privileged to serve the largest number of international students among affiliated colleges in the state of Telangana. Most of the students hail from countries in the middle-east and many of them come from an educationally and economically weak background.