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Bar Council of India held AIBE (10) 2017 on March 26 after delaying it from February 26. It was supposed to declare result on June 8, but new notification on website says result will be declared on June 15.
Around 40,000 candidates appeared for bar exam as per news reports. On passing AIBE, they will get Certificate of Practice (COP). A COP is mandatory for a practicing advocate. Usually it takes a few more months after announcement of AIBE Result for COP to be issued by BCI. It is very important for AIBE test takers to keep in mind that they must have submitted photograph, signature, and documents; otherwise their certificates may be held back.
Candidates could register themselves to appear in AIBE (10) 2017 from January 16 to March 5. Admit cards were released on March 15. On March 26, BCI held All India Bar Examination.
Result of AIBE 2017 will be announced online at www.allindiabarexamination.com. Candidates will be able to check their result by logging in with roll number and date of birth. It displays name, father or husband name, roll number, registration number, enrollment number, result status. If AIBE is qualified then result status says “Congratulations, you have been designated as (designation).” or “Pass”.
AIBE is held yearly, usually in March. Many in law field who wish start practice in law have started preparations for AIBE (11) 2018. Exam consists of questions from AIBE Syllabus, on following topics.
- Constitutional Law
- I.P.C (Indian Penal Code)
- Cr.P.C (Criminal Procedure Code)
- C.P.C (Code of Civil Procedure)
- Evidence Act
- Alternative Dispute Redressal including Arbitration Act
- Family Law
- Public Interest Litigation
- Administrative Law
- Professional Ethics & Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules
- Company Law
- Environmental Law
- Cyber Law
- Labour & Industrial Laws
- Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer Protection Law
- Law related to Taxation
- Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act
- Land Acquisition Act
- Intellectual Property Laws