AIBE IX 2015 Syllabus – The syllabus of AIBE IX 2015 will help you in drawing an overview of the important topics to be prepared for All India Bar Examination (AIBE). AIBE 9 Syllabus has been designed by the Bar Council of India (BCI) at par with the LL.B degree programme.The syllabus of the bar examination also outlines the questions that will be asked by BCI from various core subject-areas of LL.B degree programme.
AIBE IX 2015 is scheduled to be conducted by the Bar Council of India (BCI) on March 6, 2016. Click here for other important dates of AIBE IX 2015.[Click Here to Enroll Bar Council of India Online Test Series and Get prepared for AIBE entrance Exam]
If you are applying for AIBE IX 2015, need to check the eligibility criteria of AIBE 9.
Syllabus of AIBE IX 2015 – If you are preparing for the All India Bar Exam (AIBE) 9, you need to go through the list of important topics that should be prepared well for qualifying the examination –
Corporate Social Responsibility
Professional Ethics and Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules
Amicable Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Act
Civil Penal Code
Public International Law
Indian Penal Code
Labour and Industrial Law
Law of Tort including Motor Vehicle Accidents and Consumer Protection Law
Criminal Penal Code
Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Special Contract N.I. Act
All India Bar Examination (AIBE) is the test to assess an advocate’s capability to practice the legal profession in India. After qualifying AIBE IX 2015, you will be awarded ‘Certificate of Practice’ by the BCI.
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The registration for aibe (All India bar examination) exam starts from 2nd week of January 2020 and will be end on 1st week of January.
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Registration for this examination will start from 2nd week of January and will end on 1st week of April, admit card will be issued on 2nd week of April,examination will held on 3rd week of April, and result will be declared on 4th week of June.
The Bar Council of India will conduct the AIBE XV (15) 2020 exam tentatively in the 3rd week of April 2020. An interesting feature about the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) is it is not an entrance examination, but rather a Certification exam.
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AIBE 15 Exam is expected to be held in third week of April, 2020. You can check the further information to go through with the given below link.
AIBE dates for 2020:
2nd week of January, 2020
Payment for application fee starts
Last date to register
1st week of April, 2020
Last date to make payment
Last date to submit application form
Issue of admit cards
2nd week of April, 2020
AIBE 2020 exam
3rd week of April, 2020
Release of provisional answer key
Last date to challenge provisional answer key
4th week of April, 2020
Declaration of result
4th week of June, 2020
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All Indian Examination is conducted in Eleven languages. You can check the general book stores nearby you for AIBE sample papers available in Hindi language are expected to be available there. In case you are looking in English Language then you can prefer with the given below link.
AIBE Sample Papers
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