All India Bar Examination

Please go to http://www.allindiabarexamination.com to visit the ‘official’ AIBE website.

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The All India Bar Examination [AIBE] came into existence in the year 2010 through a notification passed by the Legal Education Committee and the Bar Council of India. The main objective of the All India Bar Examination [AIBE] is to examine an Advocate’s capability to practice the profession of law in India.


Upon successful completion of the AIBE, candidates are awarded a “Certificate of Practice” which entitles them to practice law in India. Also, it is to be noted that the All India Bar Examination [AIBE] is a post-enrolment qualification and is only open for candidates who have enrolled themselves at their rspective State Bar Councils.  To clarify further, a law student can get enrolled as an advocate, even form a law firm, but cannot practice before a Court of law without clearing the All India Bar Examination [AIBE].

The All India Bar Examination [AIBE] is conducted across 39 cities [as of now] and offers candidates the freedom to select their examination language from any of the 11 different languages offered. The exam [AIBE] contains multiple-choice-questions [MCQs] and is relatively easy to clear as it is an ‘open book exam’.

Statistics:

According to the information provided by the Bar Council of India [BCI] in response to an RTI application filed by an Advocate, more than 55,000 advocates had appeared in the first three AIBEs:

All Indian Bar Exam I

Appeared: 19,802

Passed: 14,137

All Indian Bar Exam II

Appeared: 11,752

Passed: 8,084

All Indian Bar Exam III

Appeared: 23,452

Passed: 14,740

 

Note:  Afraid that you would fail the AIBE VIII? Now, there is no need to worry. Sign up for Student at Law’s AIBE Advanced and ace the AIBE! Click here for additional details.

100 Percent Pass Results for AIBE Advanced candidates in AIBE VI. 

 

All India Bar Examination VIII [AIBE VIII] 

The eight All India Bar Examination [AIBE VIII] scheduled to be held on March 15, 2015 has been rescheduled to be held on May 24, 2015. The registration deadline for the same has been extended till April 28, 2015.

 

Important Dates [AIBE VIII]:

22nd April 2015 – Online Registration Closes

24th April 2015 – Last Date for Payment of Challan

28th April 2015 – Last date for completion of online form

02nd May 2015 – Online Link Activation for Admit Card Verification

05th May 2015 – Last date for correction of Admit Cards

16th May 2015 –  Online release of Admit Cards

24th May 2015 – AIBE VIII

 

Syllabus

The syllabus for AIBE VIII is same is that of AIBE VII’s syllabus. It is to be noted that the syllabus form AIBE VII was recently revised in June 2014 when 4 new subjects were added to the old syllabus. Additional details as well as the syllabus of AIBE VII/VIII can be accessed here.

 

Registration

Please visit www.allindiabarexamination.com to register for the eight All India Bar Examination [AIBE VIII]

 

Afraid that you would fail the AIBE VIII? Now, there is no need to worry.
Sign up for Student at Law’s AIBE Advanced and ace the AIBE! Click here
 for additional details. 

100 Percent Pass Results for AIBE Advanced candidates in AIBE VI. 

 
 
Disclaimer: Please note that we are in no way associated either with the Bar Council of India [or any of its associates or partners thereof] or with BCI’s All India Bar Examination or its website: http://www.allindiabarexamination.com
 

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