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Bar Council Extends AIBE-XVI Application Deadline till July 15, 2021

Bar Council Extends AIBE-XVI Application Deadline till July 15, 2021

As per the official notification published on the AIBE website, the Bar Council of India has extended the application deadline for the All-India Bar Examination to July 15, 2021. Candidates can visit the official AIBE website - to get themselves registered for the exam.

The notification also mentions that the dates for the AIBE exam will be intimated to the students soon.

“The date for registration for AIBE-16 is extended till 15th July 2021, the rescheduled date for the AIBE 16 will be intimated soon”, it read.

The All-India Bar Examination (AIBE) is held to examine a candidate's capability to practice law in India. After passing the examination, the candidate will be awarded a "Certificate of Practice" by the BCI.

AIBE will be held in 40 cities across the nation. Candidates will have 11 languages to choose from for attempting the AIBE exam. The pattern of the examination will be multiple choice questions and it will be an open book exam.

In March 2021, the Bar Council of India decided to reschedule the date of the All-India Bar Examination (AIBE)-XVI and it was informed that the revised date will be intimated soon, however the same has not been informed yet.

It may be noted that the date for AIBE XVI was originally set for April 25. However, while announcing the results for AIBE XV in March, 2020, the BCI announced that AIBE XVI had been postponed due to COVID-19. At the time, the registration deadline for AIBE XVI was also extended till April 30.

Furthermore, Recently the All-India Bar Council has announced that from AIBE XVI 2021 no books, notes, or study materials will be allowed in the examination. Candidates, however, will be able to carry the Bare Acts without notes.

The BCI read as follows,

“This is to notify that AIBE-XVI onwards No books, notes, or study material will be allowed in the examination hall. Candidates can only carry Bare Acts without notes.”


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