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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

AIBE About All India Bar Examination Notification Date Form Eligibility

About All India bar Examination (AIBE) Conducted by Bar Council of India

All India Bar examination is conducted to tests the advocate ability to practice law of candidate. AIBE created by parliament under the advocate act of 1961 and a statutory body that regulates and represents the Indian The council gives legal education and grants recognition to universities. The function of bar council are to organize and provide legal aid to the poor, promote lay down standards of legal education and legal education, recognize foreign qualification in law obtained outside India as advocate, Promote and support law reform, lay down standards of professional conduct and etiquette for advocates etc.

All India bar examination is cleared before candidate can begin to practice in the court of law. The examination pattern contains 100 multiple choice questions these question are objective type and the question are asked on twenty subjects. Duration of the exam is 3.30 Hr. the 20 subjects are split into two categories. The 100 question will be divided into knowledge based and reasoning question.  The examination is open book exam candidate are allowed to bring any prep material provided by AIBE, textbook and treatises and even handwritten notes but electronic gadgets such as laptop, cell phones etc. would be not allowed.

 All India bar examination category 1 subjects are as follows property law, professional ethics and professional code of conduct for advocate, jurisprudence, evidence, drafting, pleading, and convincing, criminal procedure, criminal law: The Indian panel code, contract law, including specific relief, special contracts, and negotiable instruments, constitutional law, civil procedure code and limitation act and alternative dispute resolution. Category 2 subjects are public international law, principle of taxation law, law of tort, including motor vehicle accidents and consumer protection law, labour and industrial law, human rights law, family law, environmental law, company law and administrative law.

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