AIBE Exam postponed: The Bar Council of India has decided to postpone All India Bar Examination (AIBE) in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic. The exam was scheduled to be held on August 16.
In addition to postponing the exam, the council has also said that it had extended deadline for exam applications till August 30.
AIBE Admit Card 2020: How to download online
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Click on the AIBE 2020 Admit Card option.
Enter your login details Registration Number and Password.
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Print the Admit Card on A4 sheet.
All India Bar Examination 2020: Here is what notification says
“As per the resolution dated 29.7.2020, keeping in view the present pandemic situation and frequent lockdown, increasing number of corona patients daily, the Council has resolved to postpone the All India Bar Examination to be held on 16.8.2020 and it has further resolved to extend the date of receipt of applications from candidates till 31.8.2020 (for the present). The date of examination and other schedules are to be considered and decided by the Monitoring Committee for A.I.B.E. (headed by the Hon’ble former Judge of Supreme Court).”
Why All India Bar Examination is conducted?
All India Bar Examination, abbreviated as AIBE, is a national level exam conducted by Bar Council of India (BCI) with the objective of assessing the capability of advocates who want to practice law in India. AIBE 2020 is the qualifying examination to get the “Certificate of Practice” for the legal profession.
AIBE 2020 Exam Pattern: Highlights
Mode of Examination: Offline
Medium: 11 languages
Paper Type: Objective
Number of Questions: 100 MCQs
Duration of Exam: 210 Minutes
Marking Scheme: 1 mark for every correct answer
Negative Marking: No negative mark
Helpline numbers: 011-49225022/23, 011-41533681
Email id: email@example.com
Date of Exam: August 16, 2020 (Postponed)
Conducting Body: Bar Council of India
Mode of Exam: Offline
Medium of Exam: 11 languages
Duration of Exam: 3 hours 30 minutes
Certification Offered: Certificate of Practice” for the legal profession