Bar council of India has finally released the AIBE 16 result 2021 today, February 03, 2022. As speculated earlier, the result had its release due in the first week of February 2022. The result for AIBE (All India Bar Examination) has been published on the official website, allindiabarexamination.com. Candidates can check their result of AIBE 16 by entering the roll number and date of birth on the login page.
The examination was conducted on October 31, 2021, and the answer key for the written examination was released on November 09, 2021. The minimum qualifying marks to clear the AIBE paper for the unreserved category is 40% of the total marks. Similarly, for the reserved category, the minimum qualifying marks were 35% of the total marks. Candidates who pass the examination stand a chance to get a Certificate of Practice issued by COP. Post this, they will be eligible to practice law in the country as a certified lawyer.
AIBE 16 Result – how to check
The result for the entrance examination has been announced online and the below-mentioned steps are essential to check and download the same:
Step 1: Visit the official website of AIBE, allindiabarexamination.com
Step 2: On the homepage, move to the notification and update section and find the result link.
Step 3: Click on the AIBE 16 result link and proceed to the login page.
Step 4: Now, after this, enter the roll number and correct date of birth on the login page and click the submit button.
Step 5: Go through the details of the AIBE 16 result and save its copy for future reference.
Direct Link to Check AIBE 16 Result 2022
Candidates who do not remember their roll number for logging in on the official website can click on the Forgot roll number button. After this, enter the registration number or mobile number followed by the date of birth and click the submit button. The registration number along with other details shall be mentioned on the next page that should be noted down for future login. The result of AIBE 16 is not a competitive examination but is just an eligibility test that checks if the candidate is competent enough for taking up the duties of a lawyer.