AIBE 2019, AIBE Exam Date & Centres, AIBE Syllabus, AIBE Eligibility, AIBE Admit CardAIBE (All India Bar Examination) 2019 will be conducted by the Bar Council of India (BCI). Advocates and LLB degree holders must be enrolled with the State Bar Council in order to qualify to get a Certificate of Practice. The reason an advocate/LLB degree holder needs to possess a valid Certificate of Practice is so that he/she can practice law.

How to fill AIBE Application Form?

Candidates willing to appear for the AIBE 2019 examination must do so by registering themselves through the official website –

Candidates will have to register by providing their enrollment number and the state they are appearing for along with the enrollment year. After successful registration is completed, the candidate will receive a registration number and password in his/her mail id, which he/she must use in order to log in and provide three exam centers according to preference. After this is done, the candidate will have to upload verified documents such as passport size photograph, signature, and self-attested enrollment certificate and photo id.  After this step is completed, the candidate will have to pay the application fee which is Rs. 2560 for SC/ST category candidates and Rs. 3560 for General and OBC category candidates.

AIBE Rules and Regulations:

Certain rules and regulations which a candidate must keep in mind when appearing for the AIBE 2019 examination are:-

  • Any document which will be uploaded without being attested will be disqualified and rejected.
  • Candidates need not send any documents by post.
  • Candidates belonging to the SC/ST category must upload an attested SC/ST certificate (in Hindi or English) along with other necessary documents. In case a candidate does not upload his/her SC/ST certificate then the candidate will not be eligible for relaxation of fee and will have to pay the same amount as that of a General/OBC category candidate.
  • Fees once paid towards AIBE registration is non-refundable.
  • The council has the right to change or postpone the exam date in the case of an unavoidable circumstance. In the case a candidate is unable to appear for the examination on the revised date, he/she must inform the council of the same, within 10 days of the release of new dates.
  • Candidates must be enrolled with their respective State Bar Council in order to be eligible to appear for the AIBE 2019 examination.
  • In case a candidate is suffering from 80% or disability, he/she will be given an extra 20 minutes per hour, during the examination.
  • Candidates belonging to the disability category must bring their certificate on the day of the examination as well as upload the document along with other documents in the application form.

AIBE Eligibility Criteria:

Candidates willing to appear for the AIBE 2019 examination must meet the following eligibility criteria

  • According to the eligibility criteria put forth by the AIBE, a candidate must possess a graduation degree from a recognized University of Law.
  • Along with having a 3-year or 5-year LLB degree, the candidate must be enrolled and registered to their respective state council in order to apply for the AIBE 2019.
  • Candidates who have graduated before the academic year of 2009-10, will not have to appear for the AIBE (13) 2019 examination.

AIBE 2019 Exam Dates:

Candidates willing to appear for the AIBE 2019 examination must keep in mind the following dates

(P.S. – The dates are given below are tentative and the council has the right to change them if required.)

  • The online registration process will on the 26th of September 2018.
  • Bank payment through challan will start from 27th of September 2018.
  • Online registration will close on the 10th of December 2018.
  • The last date of payment will be on the 13th of December 2018.
  • The last date for completion of the form will be on the 15th of December 2018.
  • Online release of admit cards will be from the 19th December 2018.
  • The AIBE (13) 2019 examination will be held on the 23rd of December 2018.

AIBE Exam Pattern:

Candidates willing to appear for the AIBE 2019 examination must keep the following examination pattern in mind

  • The duration of the examination will be 3 hours and 30 minutes. (PwD candidates will get an additional 20 minutes per hour.)
  • The exam will be conducted offline and it will be a pen and paper-based exam.
  • Questions will all be MCQs in nature.
  • The examination will be conducted in English, Hindi, Punjabi, Assamese, Bengali, Tamil, Telegu, Marathi, Oriya and Gujarati.
  • The question paper will be divided into two parts – Part I and Part II.
  • There will be a total of 100 questions asked.
  • Every correct answer will fetch the candidate +1 and there will be no negative marking.

AIBE Exam Centers:

The AIBE 2019 examination will be conducted in 44 centers across the country. They are as follows

Hyderabad Guwahati Patna
Bilaspur New Delhi Sawatwandi
Ahmedabad Chandigarh Shimla
Bokaro Jammu Bangaluru
Cochin Aurangabad Imphal
Bhopal Shillong Bhubaneshwar
Amritsar Jodhpur Chennai
Agartala Dehradun Allahabad
Kolkata Visakhapatnam Lucknow
Noida Rudrapur Coimbatore
Trichy Jaipur Jabalpur
Mumbai Nagpur Nanded
Pune Dharwad Raipur
Ranchi Surat Gurgaon
Hisar Rajkot

AIBE Admit Card:

The AIBE 2019 examination admit card will be available for download through the official website. Candidates must keep at least two printouts of their admit cards, for future references. Candidate must carry the admit card to the exam center as otherwise, the candidate will be debarred from appearing for the exam.

AIBE Syllabus:

The AIBE 2019 examination syllabus is as follows

  • P.C (Indian Penal Code)
  • P.C (Criminal Procedure Code)
  • Evidence Act
  • P.C (Code of Civil Procedure)
  • Constitutional Law
  • Alternative Dispute Redressal including Arbitration Act
  • Family Law
  • Public Interest Litigation
  • Professional Ethics & Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules
  • Environmental Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Company Law
  • Labour & Industrial Laws
  • Land Acquisition Act
  • Intellectual Property Laws
  • Law related to Taxation
  • Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act
  • Cyber Law
  • Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer Protection Law

AIBE Preparation Tips:

Candidates willing to appear for the AIBE 2019 examination must keep in mind the following preparation tips

  • Try preparing from and following good guidebooks and law books.
  • Study each topic individually and invest enough time in all the subjects so that none of the topics are left behind.
  • Time yourself so that you know where you stand with regards to completing the paper with or without time in hand.
  • Practice mock tests. Mock tests are a way of analyzing the situation after you’ve prepared yourself. Solving mock tests will help you get used to the exam pattern and the types of questions you can expect in the examination.
  • Eat healthily and stay hydrated. It is very easy to fall victim to panic and fear. In order to avoid that, try staying stress-free and tension free.
  • Remember to read the rules and regulations of the exam clearly so that you don’t miss anything important.
  • Take enough rest and sleep, as they are essential in keeping a healthy and fresh mind.

Important Books for AIBE Preparation:

Candidates willing to prepare for the AIBE 2019 examination can look into the following book, in order to be well versed with the various topics in the examination –

  • Important Property Laws – Private Publication
  • Patents Act – 1970 –Taxxman
  • Human Rights – H.O. Aggarwal
  • Public International Law – V.K. Ahuja
  • Fundamental Rights – Uday Raj Rai
  • Jurisprudence and Legal Theory – Dr. V.D. Mahajan
  • Jurisprudence (Legal Theory) – Nomita Aggarwal
  • Mercantile Law – KC Kucchal
  • India’s Constitution Origin and Evolution – S.Pal
  • Constitutional Law – M.P. Jain

How to check the AIBE Result?

Candidates willing to check their AIBE result can do so by logging in to the official website. The result only shows whether a candidate has passed or failed in the examination and nothing more. No marks or percentage obtained in the examination will be shown.

AIBE Previous Year Cut-Off:

There is no cut-off released by the AIBE. Candidates are only informed whether they have passed in the examination. Marks or percentage cut-offs are neither shown nor given.

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