All India Bar Examination (AIBE) 2010: Notification, Eligibilities & Forms



All India Bar Examination 2010

Much anticipated and most talked about dates for the first ever All India Bar Examination (AIBE) has just been announced by Bar Council of India- the supreme regulatory body to regulate the legal profession in India. AIBE-2010 is scheduled to be held on December 5, 2010 and you can apply for this exam from July 15th till 30th September, 2010.

You can click here to download the curtain raiser notification of All India Bar Examination 2010.

This blog post tries to sum up information so far available on AIBE 2010.

What is All India Bar Examination?
If you are passing your legal qualification exam (i.e. Ll.B) from academic year 2009-2010 onwards, you CAN enroll as an advocate but CAN NOT practice law till you clear the AIBE (All India Bar Examination).
Bar Council of India has launched AIBE primarily to address the inadequate quality of legal education in India. Number of Lawyers in India as per BCI website is 11 lakh now and every year 60,000 gets added as fresh lawyers. BCI feels there should be an entry-level assessment for fresh lawyers to enhance the quality of the bar and therefore and AIBE is being conducted.

AIBE would test an advocate’s ability to practice the profession of law in India – it will test candidate’s analytical abilities and basic knowledge of law. AIBE is a objective type, pass/fail exam – you would either pass AIBE or fail – no percentage, percentile, rankings, or absolute marks will be declared.

AIBE is also unique in the way that it is going to be an “Open Book” type exam – yes, you are permitted to bring your study materials to the exam and refer the same while answering questions. However electronic gadgets such as laptop, mobile phone etc. would be barred in this bar exam. For more on AIBE, please go through my blog post: All India Bar Exam Pattern, Syllabus & Model Papers

Although AIBE 2010 is being held in the month of December, from next year (i.e. AIBE 2011) onwards the exam is going to be held twice every year in the months of April and November.

Eligibility for All India Bar Examination:
Minimum eligibility for appearing in AIBE is as follows:
1.0 You need to be a law student, graduating from academic year 2009-2010 onwards.
2.0 You need to have enrolled as an advocate under Section 24 of the Advocates Act, 1961.

AIBE Application forms:
Application form for AIBE would be available at all State Bar Councils from July 15th till 30th September, 2010.

AIBE Languages:
You can chose to appear in All India Bar Examination in any of nine languages: Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Oriya and English.

AIBE Application fee:
Fee for All-India Bar Examination is Rs.1,300/- which included the cost of preparatory materials (i.e. model question papers etc.), which would be sent to you by BCI once you apply.
For appearing in repeat attempts without preparatory materials, AIBE fee is only Rs.700/-

AIBE 2010 date schedule:
AIBE 2010 Registration starts on: 15th July, 2010
AIBE 2010 Registration closes on: 30th September, 2010.

Despatch of Preparatory Materials to advocates: August 16, 2010 –October 1st week, 2010
Publication of list of candidates and exam centers on the BCI website: 1st November, 2010.

Date of the AIBE 2010 exam: 5th December, 2010
Date of the AIBE 2010 results: Within 31st December, 2010.

You can check this All-India Bar Examination website for more updates and also write to barexam@barcouncilofindia.org if you have any questions. You may also would like to go through my blog post: All India Bar Exam Pattern, Syllabus & Model Papers.
Best wishes budding lawyers!

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All India Bar Examination (AIBE) 2010: Notification, Eligibilities & Forms



All India Bar Examination 2010

Much anticipated and most talked about dates for the first ever All India Bar Examination (AIBE) has just been announced by Bar Council of India- the supreme regulatory body to regulate the legal profession in India. AIBE-2010 is scheduled to be held on December 5, 2010 and you can apply for this exam from July 15th till 30th September, 2010.

You can click here to download the curtain raiser notification of All India Bar Examination 2010.

This blog post tries to sum up information so far available on AIBE 2010.

What is All India Bar Examination?
If you are passing your legal qualification exam (i.e. Ll.B) from academic year 2009-2010 onwards, you CAN enroll as an advocate but CAN NOT practice law till you clear the AIBE (All India Bar Examination).
Bar Council of India has launched AIBE primarily to address the inadequate quality of legal education in India. Number of Lawyers in India as per BCI website is 11 lakh now and every year 60,000 gets added as fresh lawyers. BCI feels there should be an entry-level assessment for fresh lawyers to enhance the quality of the bar and therefore and AIBE is being conducted.

AIBE would test an advocate’s ability to practice the profession of law in India – it will test candidate’s analytical abilities and basic knowledge of law. AIBE is a objective type, pass/fail exam – you would either pass AIBE or fail – no percentage, percentile, rankings, or absolute marks will be declared.

AIBE is also unique in the way that it is going to be an “Open Book” type exam – yes, you are permitted to bring your study materials to the exam and refer the same while answering questions. However electronic gadgets such as laptop, mobile phone etc. would be barred in this bar exam. For more on AIBE, please go through my blog post: All India Bar Exam Pattern, Syllabus & Model Papers

Although AIBE 2010 is being held in the month of December, from next year (i.e. AIBE 2011) onwards the exam is going to be held twice every year in the months of April and November.

Eligibility for All India Bar Examination:
Minimum eligibility for appearing in AIBE is as follows:
1.0 You need to be a law student, graduating from academic year 2009-2010 onwards.
2.0 You need to have enrolled as an advocate under Section 24 of the Advocates Act, 1961.

AIBE Application forms:
Application form for AIBE would be available at all State Bar Councils from July 15th till 30th September, 2010.

AIBE Languages:
You can chose to appear in All India Bar Examination in any of nine languages: Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Oriya and English.

AIBE Application fee:
Fee for All-India Bar Examination is Rs.1,300/- which included the cost of preparatory materials (i.e. model question papers etc.), which would be sent to you by BCI once you apply.
For appearing in repeat attempts without preparatory materials, AIBE fee is only Rs.700/-

AIBE 2010 date schedule:
AIBE 2010 Registration starts on: 15th July, 2010
AIBE 2010 Registration closes on: 30th September, 2010.

Despatch of Preparatory Materials to advocates: August 16, 2010 –October 1st week, 2010
Publication of list of candidates and exam centers on the BCI website: 1st November, 2010.

Date of the AIBE 2010 exam: 5th December, 2010
Date of the AIBE 2010 results: Within 31st December, 2010.

You can check this All-India Bar Examination website for more updates and also write to barexam@barcouncilofindia.org if you have any questions. You may also would like to go through my blog post: All India Bar Exam Pattern, Syllabus & Model Papers.
Best wishes budding lawyers!

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  • nagesh

    dear sir .
    i got admition on 2006 and i passed out on Dec-2009. did i take this bar exam.

  • Sohamprakash

    if any candidate LLB PASSED year 2004-05 and not registration barcouncilofindia then who appeared in this examination please confirm early . s.prakash