All India Bar Exam AIBE Admit Card 2023 for Bar Council of India (BCI) All India Bar Examination AIBE, All India Bar AIBE Exam Date 2023 AIBE Exam 26 November 2023 Guidelines, Schedule, Document List and all other information read the notification Details Given Below-
All India Bar Exam AIBE Admit Card 2023
(Bar Council of India (BCI))
(AIBE XVIII Exam Date 2023)
- Start Date of Application: 16 August 2023
- Closing Date: 04 November 2023
- Fees Payment Last Date: 05 November 2023
- Correction Last Date: 06 November 2023
- AIBE Admit Card Available: November 2023
- Exam Date: 26 November 2023
- All Candidates Registration Fees: 3500/-
- Make the payment ‘online’ using Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card or ‘Offline’ by Challan
- Bachelor Degree in Law (LLB) in Any Recognized Board in India.
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All India Bar Examination AIBE XVIII.
Document Required List:
- Class 10th Matriculation Certificate
- 10+2 Intermediate/Diploma Certificate
- Law Degree LLB 3 Years/LLB 5 Years Certificate
- Passport Size Photograph
- Signature photograph
- Enrollment Certificate
- Category Certificate
- Disability Certificate
- All documents have to be uploaded in PDF format whose size should be less than 1 MB.
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about us All India Bar Council of India AIBE
Bar Council of India under the Advocates Act, 1961, read with BCI Rules:
The statutory powers and functions of BCI conferred through the Advocates Act, 1961 as well as BCI Rules are two-fold;
Firstly, to monitor the legal education centers functioning throughout the country and the students enrolled in them, inter alia, to determine curriculum standards, infrastructure standards, number and qualifications of faculty, accreditation of legal education centers (law schools) /College) based on the standards set by BCI and;
Secondly, to prescribe uniform qualifications for the admission of persons to become advocates and to further regulate the admission of advocates and their conduct in the profession by laying down standards of professional conduct and etiquette for advocates.