Latest information on AIBE 2015 exam with its notification, exam dates, eligibility, application form also including paper pattern, test centres and AIBE result.
Bar Council of India conducts All India Bar Examination (AIBE). This exam is intended to test a prospective advocate’s ability to practice to profession of law in India.
The All India Bar Examination tests skills and basic knowledge critical for a new entrant to the practice of the profession of law. It is intended to check eligibility, rather than expertise.
For Fresh Candidate fee is Rs. 1900/-.
For repeat Candidate fee is Rs. 1400/-.
SBI charges Rs. 50/-.
AIBE VII 2014 Dates:-
Registration begins - 21st April 2014
Bank Pay ments through challan for AIBE- 7 starts from:- 22nd April 2014
Online Registration for AIBE-7 closes:- 25th July 2014
Last Date for Payment of challan for Online and Offline Application:- 26th July 2014
Last date for completion of online form:- 27th July 2014
Last date for receiving Offline Application forms at BCI-Delhi:- 5th August 2014 (5 P.M)
Online Link Activation date for Admit Card verification process for Online and Offline Application:- 8th August 2014
Last date of correction of Admit Cards for Online and Offline Application:- 10th August 2014
Final online release of Admit Cards for Online and Offline application:- 15th August 2014
Date of Examination:- 7th September 2014
AIBE Paper Pattern:-
AIBE will be conducted in nine languages, and at twenty-seven examination centers across India
Languages:- English, Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Bengali, Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, and Oriya.
The All India Bar Examination will have one hundred (100) multiple-choice questions spread across various subjects. The subjects are taken from the syllabi prescribed by the Bar Council of India for the three-year and five-year L.L.B. programmes at law schools in India (as set out under Schedule I to the Bar Council of India Rules).
These subjects are divided into two categories: the first comprises subjects that may be considered ‘foundational’ in nature, those that form the basis for large areas of law; the second comprises other subjects, which a new entrant to the legal profession must also have a basic understanding of. Schedule I to this document contains the list of subjects that would be tested in the All-India Bar Examination and the weightage ascribed to each of these areas.
The All India Bar Examination shall be structured with multiple-choice questions (that is, the correct answer would have to be marked out in the Optical Mark Recognition (‘OMR’) format answer sheet provided, and no writing of an answer would be required.) These questions will be divided into ‘knowledge-based’ and ‘reasoning’ questions, and advocates will be allowed a maximum of three hours and thirty minutes (3 hours 30 minutes) to complete the All India Bar Examination. The emphasis throughout is on assessing an advocate’s understanding of an area of law, rather than on the ability to memorize large texts or rules from different areas of law.
AIBE 2014 Syllabus:-
Syllabus of Subjects for Study
Advocates will be required to answer questions from twenty subjects. The subjects are taken from the syllabi prescribed by the Bar Council of India for the three-year and five-year L.L.B. programmes at law schools in India (as set out under Schedule I to the Bar Council of India Rules).
These subjects are divided into two categories. The Examination paper will comprise at least seven (7) questions from each ‘Category I’ subject. The paper will also have twenty-three (23) questions from the ‘Category II’ subjects as a whole. These twenty-three questions will include questions from at least five (5) Category II subjects.
Category I subjects will be tested in Part I of the question paper, and Category II subjects will be tested in Part II of the question paper.
Category / Subject - Number of Questions
Category I (Part I of the Paper)
Alternative Dispute Resolution - 7 Qs
Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act - 7 Qs
Constitutional Law - 7 Qs
Contract Law, including Specific Relief, Special Contracts, and Negotiable Instruments - 7 Qs
Criminal Law I: The Indian Penal Code - 7 Qs
Criminal Procedure - 7 Qs
Drafting, Pleading, and conveyancing - 7 Qs
Evidence - 7 Qs
Jurisprudence - 7 Qs
Professional Ethics and the Professional Code of Conduct for Advocates - 7 Qs
Property Law - 7 Qs
Category II (Part II of the Paper)
23 questions in all, and these questions will include questions from at least 5 subjects in Category II
Human Rights Law
Labor and Industrial Law
Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Accidents, and Consumer Protection Law
Principles of Taxation Law
Public International Law
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