Updated: Sep 6, 2020
AIBE-XV latest updates, exam dates, syllabus and preparation strategy.
For practicing law in India, an advocate has to pass All India Bar Examination (AIBE) examination conducted by Bar Council of India. Purpose of the examination is to assess an advocates’ analytical abilities and basic knowledge of law. After passing the examination candidate is awarded "Certificate of Practice" by the Bar Council of India.
AIBE is conducted twice a year in 11 languages and in 40 cities all across India.
Qualifying Exam: Candidate should possess 3 years or 5 years LL.B degree from any institution from any state which is recognized by the Bar Council of India (BCI).
Minimum Marks: There are no minimum marks criteria in the qualifying examination.
Candidates can appear as many times as it requires. There is no restriction on numbers of attempts.
It will be necessary to be enrolled as an advocate with a State Bar Council.
Candidate must have the Advocate Admit Card/Enrollment Card issued by the State Bar Council.
Candidates those comes under the reserved category, must have to upload the Category Certificate at the time of registration.
Last Date for Online Submission of Application Form - 17.10.2020
Admit card availability from - 31.10.2020
Date of Examination - 08.11.2020
The question paper will contain total 100 objective type questions from 19 subjects. Minimum 40% marks are required to pass the examination.
Approx. 60% questions are asked from seven topics listed below:
Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act
Since this is a open book exam, material related to above topic is must to have while appearing for the examination.
Mode of Exam - Offline (Open Book)
Duration of Exam - 3 hours
Negative Marking – No Negative Marking
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