Bar Council of India shall be declaring All India Bar Exam (AIBE) VI Result today on Feb 25, 2014. AIBE is conducted by Bar Council of India to examine the advocate’s capability to practice law profession in India.
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Candidates who took AIBE VI on Jan 19, 2014 can check their results on this page. Click here to view your AIBE VI Result.ICFAI University inviting admission for its 5 years BBA-LLB program, to apply click hereMody University of Science and Technology has invited fresh registrations for the undergraduate law courses for academic session 2014. Click here to Register Online.
UPES, College of Legal Studies has invited applications for admissions to the various law courses. Click here to Apply Online.
Have queries and doubts; call AIBE Helpline at 011-40360360
All India Bar Exam was conducted on January 19, 2014. AIBE VI was conducted in 39 cities across the nation. Candidates taking AIBE VI were provided 11 languages to choose from for attempting the questions.
This year, Bar Council of India has already notified regarding change in dates of the examination. Click here to read the notification.
AIBE is an open book exam taken by Indian law graduates and advocates for receiving ‘Certificate of Practice’ by Bar Council of India and carry out the profession of law in India.
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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.
For further details about aibe exam, please check below the mentioned link:-
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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.
You can get more details if required on our page-
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
For more information you can check on this link given below:
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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