AIBE XVIII (18) Result 2023 (Declared): Direct Link, Qualifying Status & COP

All India Bar Examination 2023 ( AIBE )

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Updated on Mar 26, 2024 22:36 IST

AIBE Result 2023: The Bar Council of India (BCI) announced the AIBE 18 Result 2023 on March 26, 2024, at allindiabarexamination.com. AIBE 18 Result is based on AIBE 18 Final Answer Key. The BCI released the AIBE 18 Final Answer Key 2023 on March 21. AIBE 18 Exam 2023 was conducted on December 10, 2023. Candidates can check the AIBE 18 2023 Result by entering User ID and Password on the official website. Candidates must note that they can enter only those details that they have filled in their AIBE 18 2024 Application Form.  The result/ scorecard of AIBE XVIII contains details like roll number and qualifying status of candidates as Pass or Fail.

The direct link to check the AIBE 18 result is available on this page.

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AIBE 2024 Merit list will be published by the Bar Council of India (BCI) after the result is announced. The AIBE 18 result has been announced. AIBE 18 Result 2023-24 will not contain any sectional or overall scores for AIBE examination.

Candidates who will qualify in the AIBE 18 (XVIII) exam will be issued the Certificate of Practice . To qualify in the exam, candidates have to obtain a minimum AIBE Cutoff 2023 of 40% marks (SC/ST candidates need 35% marks) out of the total marks, as per the minimum qualifying marks. Candidates can check here all about AIBE XVIII results including steps to check results, schedule, cut-off marks, and more.

Q:   When will AIBE result be announced?

A:

The BCI declared the AIBE 18 Result on March 26, 2024. The result is provided in the form of qualifying status and no total or sectional marks is given to candidates. Those who qualify in AIBE exam will be issued the Certificate of Practice (CoP). The result of AIBE will be published on the official website - allindiabarexamination. com. Candidates wil be able to know their qualifying status on login only. Read more about AIBE results and COP here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/aibe-exam-results.

Q:   How many attempts are allowed for the AIBE exam?

A:
The number of attempts for the All India Bar Examination is unlimited. Students can appear for the All India Bar Examination exam consecutively till they qualify it. However, they must qualify for the exam within two years of provisional enrolment with the State Bar Council. If they fail to do so then they will be required to re-enroll with State Bar Council. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha AIBE exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/law/aibe-exam). I hope this will help you.

AIBE 2023 Results: How to check?

Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to check the AIBE 18 result 2023:

  1. The AIBE XVIII result link is provided at allindiabarexamination.com
  2. Candidates have to go to the result link, and a login window opens up
  3. Here candidates need to enter their AIBE application ID and Date of Birth
  4. On login, the AIBE qualifying status will be displayed on the screen

The exam authority will also inform candidates about AIBE XVIII results 2023-24 via email notification as released. Click here for AIBE 18 result"

AIBE 18 Result Direct Link https://bci.register.smartexams.in/home 

Q:   How to check AIBE result?

A:
Candidates will be to check the AIBE result on the official website of the exam - allindiabarexamination.com, by entering their login credentials such as roll number and date of birth. The direct link to download AIBE result is also provided on this page. Candidates should note that there will not be any other medium of checking AIBE results, as the qualifying status is shared with only test-takers. The exam authority will not release list of PASS/FAIL candidates.
 

Q:   What happens if one fails the AIBE exam?

A:
If a student fails to qualify All India Bar Examination AIBE then they can appear for the next session of the examination. Qualifying for the All India Bar Examination AIBE is necessary to practice law in India. Purpose of AIBE Exam: 1- The All India Bar Examination is a certification exam to earn the COP Certificate of Practice). 2- The Certificate of Practice is mandatory for practicing law in India. For more information, you may visit the Shiksha All India Bar Examination exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/law/aibe-exam). I hope this will help you.

AIBE 2023 Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of AIBE 2023 exam

DatesPast Exam Dates

26 Mar '24

AIBE XVIII (18) results 2023 (Declared)

21 Mar '24

AIBE 18 Final Answer Key

13 Dec '23 -

20 Dec '23

AIBE XVIII Answer Key Objection Window

AIBE 2023 Scorecard Details

AIBE 18 result 2023 will contain the following information:

  • Name of candidate
  • Roll number of candidate
  • Parent/ Spouse name
  • Enrollment Number
  • Exam qualifying status - PASS/ FAIL

Note: The rankcard or scorecard is released only after the announcement of the result on the official website of AIBE. Candidates can visit and download their scorecards from the official site.

Q:   AIBE result status showing WITHHELD?

A:
The exam authority may withheld result of a few candidates owing to complaints or biometric issues. In such cases, candidates have to get their cross-verification completed by sending relevant documents to BCI as per the instructions. For cases where report of cheating by candidates at a particular exam centre is received, the exam authority will probe the same, and strict actions will be taken. Therefore, result of candidates for the objected exam centre will show withheld. For AIBE XVII, the Bar Council of India has stated that no results will be withheld owing to biometric issues or answer sheet set codes. However, if any candidate gets WITHHELD status, the first thing a candidate should do is get their answer sheet related corrections done properly.

Q:   I have been disqualified from the AIBE exam, what to do?

A:
All the candidates who have been disqualified for AIBE exam with reason not violating rules as mentioned in Advocates ACT 1961, will have to appear for the next session. As per the section 24 A of Advocates ACT 1961, the AIBE disqualification of enrollment should not be as under: 1. Convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude 2. Convicted of an offence of Untouchability ACT 1955 Moreover, if the candidate has been disqualified from AIBE on the grounds of cheating (seeking help from other candidates or outside the test centres using earphones or imposters) then he/ she will be required to go through a process of mercy plea from the Bar Council of India. Only then such candidates may be allowed to appear for the next session of AIBE. Those who could not qualify AIBE in their current attempt, then they can appear for AIBE as many times until they qualify it. There is no limit on the number of attempts, however, it is required that candidates qualify AIBE within two years of provisional enrollment.

AIBE qualifying criteria 2023

Accoridng to the exam authority, candidate need to secure a minimum score as per the criteria mentioned below:

Category Qualifying percentage
General category 40%
SC/ST 35%

 

Q:   When will AIBE result be announced?

A:

The BCI declared the AIBE 18 Result on March 26, 2024. The result is provided in the form of qualifying status and no total or sectional marks is given to candidates. Those who qualify in AIBE exam will be issued the Certificate of Practice (CoP). The result of AIBE will be published on the official website - allindiabarexamination. com. Candidates wil be able to know their qualifying status on login only. Read more about AIBE results and COP here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/aibe-exam-results.

Q:   How do I study for AIBE exam?

A:

In order to crack the AIBE Exam candidates need to have a dedication and plan. Here are some tips you can follow the clear the Bar examination in first attempt:

  • First, be well-versed with the AIBE syllabus and exam pattern
  • Second, pick the best subject-wise AIBE books for preparation
  • Lastly, make a detailed study plan and follow it consistently
  • Dedicatedly follow the study plan created
  • Keep revising the topics already studied
  • Attempt previous year AIBE question papers
  • Take AIBE mock tests
 

AIBE 2023: Normalisation of AIBE Score

The Bar Council of India (BCI) does the normalisation process to ensure that students are neither advantaged nor disadvantaged by the difficulty of exams. To adjust variations in difficulty level at different slots, normalisation process is done. As per the normalisation process, candidates have two types of marks.

Raw marks: The actual marks obtained by the candidates

Normalized marks:  These are the modified marks that have been offered to a candidate based on the relative difficulty of his slot compared to the difficulty of other slots of his discipline. In case, the BCI feels the slot of a candidate was relatively easier as compared to others, then the normalised marks will be less than his actual marks. Similarly, if the difficulty level was relatively more difficult than another slot, then his discipline then his normalized marks will be more than his actual marks.

Q:   Is there a negative marking for the wrong attempts in AIBE 2024?

A:

No, there is no negative marking done in case of wrong attempts in the exam. The Bar Council of India has confirmed that their will be no negative marking in AIBE 19 exam too. However, candidates will have to wait for the official notification for same. Until now, the exam authority did not deduct marks of candidates who could not attempt question paper correctly. However, they also did not get any marks to attempt those questions. This means, the total scores of candidates were a total of all the correct answers out of total scores.

Q:   What are the AIBE passing mark criteria?

A:
The passing marks for the All India Bar Examination are decided after the revised answer key for the All India Bar Examination is published. However, it is set according to the minimum qualifying marks criteria decided by the Bar Council of India for the bar examination which is 40 percent marks for the General, OBC category, and 35 percent marks for the Schedule Caste, and Schedule Tribe category. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha AIBE exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/law/aibe-exam). I hope this will help you.

AIBE 18 Result Re-Checking Form 2023

Candidates whose results show 'FAIL' status were asked to get their answer sheets rechecked by BCI. The candidates could apply for rechecking online as mentioned below:

Step 1: Visit the official website of AIBE 18- http://www.allindiabarexamination.com/ or https://pages.razorpay.com/revaluationomr 

Step 2: Click on the link available for filling the re-checking request form.

Step 3: Fill in the below-mentioned details:

  • Roll number
  • Date of birth
  • Phone
  • Candidate Name
  • Candidate Roll No
  • Candidate Application ID
  • Reason of Rechecking

Step 4: Click on Get Details button.

Step 5: Follow the precribed steps.

What after AIBE Result Re-checking?

BCI will send the declare or details of the answer sheet rechecking within seven working days of receiving the request form. It may be noted that BCI does not provide or allow candidates to take a copy of their answer sheet under any circumstances. Candidates can only refer to AIBE official answer key available on the official website for rechecking purposes if required. 

Candidates can check the AIBE re-checking result by following the quick steps below:

  1. Log on to the official website - https://allindiabarexamination.com/
  2. Click on the Result Re-checking link
  3. Enter roll number and date of birth in the space provided
  4. The result for AIBE answer sheet re-checking will appear on the screen

It may be noted that candidates can also request rechecking their AIBE answer sheets themselves. For this, they need to book a time slot to visit the Bar Council of India, New Delhi. They need to fill the same application by mentioning YES against the question ' Will you visit BCI for rechecking?'. The council will inform candidates about the availability of the time slot once the application is received.

Q:   Will I know the status of receiving COP in AIBE result?

A:
Yes, You will get to know if you will receive the Certificate of Practice on the AIBE result page itself. The exam authority will mention the qualifying status, and for those who will get PASS on qualifying AIBE the instructions to get COP from state bar council will also be shared. The exam authority will also release the list of state bar councils where COP is available for qualified candidates alongwith the process to obtain the physical copy of AIBE COP. All those will qualify AIBE will receive COP from their state bar councils on submitting proof of qualification and documents as required. Know more about how to obtain COP from state bar councils here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/aibe-cop-certificate-of-practice-blogId-103055.

Q:   How to get Certificate of Practice after passing the AIBE examination?

A:
After the result declaration, the Bar Council of India publishes the list of the state bar councils for Certificate of Practice availability to All India Bar Examination-passed students. The candidates can contact their respective state bar councils to receive the Certificate of Practice. Moreover, now Bar Council of India has enabled an online facility for downloading a Certificate of Practice through the mobile app AIBESCOPE. For more information, you may visit the Shiksha AIBE exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/law/aibe-exam). I hope this will help you.

AIBE 2023 Certificate of Practice

The Certificate of Practice or COP is a certification issued to law graduates who have qualified the All India Bar Examination (AIBE exam). The certification is mandatory to practice in a court of law in India. The COP is issued within three months after the declaration of AIBE results. Candidates who have qualified AIBE exam have to collect it from the respective State Bar Council or download it from the AIBESCOPE application

How to obtain the Certificate of Practice from the State Bar Council?

From 2021 onwards, candidates who qualify AIBE examination can download their Certificate of Practice from AIBESCOPE mobile applications as well. Other than this, they need to visit the Bar Council office of their state with AIBE 2023 admit card and Receipt of application fee payment to get their COP 

Also Read: How to apply for COP from state bar council?

Note: COP is never sent by post or email.

What details is mentioned on the certificate of practice?

The certificate will contain details like:

  • The candidate’s name

  • Roll number

  • Year (or edition) of AIBE exam qualified

  • Enrollment number

  • Registration number

  • Photograph and signature

  • Signature of BCI authority

All candidates clearing the examination as per the parameters, that is, qualifying marks and eligibility criteria, are issued the Certificate of Practice by BCI as under:

Q:   Will I get COP online?

A:
The Certificate of Practice AIBE COP) will be issued only offline mode. Candidates will have to collect their COP from the respective state bar council once issued. The tentative timeline of State Bar Councils issuing AIBE COP is 30 days from the date of receiving application from candidates. Earlier, BCI has released AIBE SCOPE application for enabling a digital copy of COP for all qualified candidates, however, candidates anyway had to obtain COP from the state bar council for physical copy for advocate on roll Identity card. Know more about AIBE COP here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/aibe-cop-certificate-of-practice-blogId-103055.

Q:   When will the Certificate of Practice' be issued to AIBE passed candidates?

A:
The Certificate of Practice' is generally issued within 30 days after the AIBE result declaration. However, it is available only after two months at the state bar councils. Candidates can download a digital copy using AIBESCOPE mobile application. For obtaining physical copy of Certificate of Practice (COP), candidates have to submit an application at their respective bar council with requisite fees, Know more about COP here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/aibe-cop-certificate-of-practice-blogId-103055.

AIBE 2023 Cut off Marks

To clear AIBE and qualify for Certificate of Practice (COP), candidates need to score at least 40 marks out of a total of 100 marks, if belonging to the General/ OBC category and 35 marks if belonging to SC/ST category. Check the table below for cut off of the AIBE exam for the past three sessions:

AIBE edition

General/OBC

SC/ ST

AIBE XVII 

38 out of 98 marks 

34 out of 98 marks

AIBE XVI

40 out of 100 marks 

35 out of 100 marks

AIBE XV 

40 out of 100 marks 

35 out of 100 marks 

AIBE 14 

36 out of 91 marks

31 out of 91 marks 

AIBE 13 

39 out of 98 marks

34 out of 98 marks

AIBE 12 

38 out of 98 marks 

34 out of 98 marks

Q:   What is the cut-off mark for AIBE?

A:
The cutoff marks for AIBE exam are 40% marks of total scores for general/ OBC category candidates and 35% marks of total scores for SC/ST category. Incase wrong questions are found in the question paper, the total marks as well as cutoff marks will change for all categories. The cutoff marks are influenced by the answer key objections received by the exam authorities after the exam has been conducted. For AIBE 17 result, the passing marks or cutoff marks are to be decided out of 98 marks. It is because the exam authority has identified two wrong questions in the paper after candidates have raised objections. Therefore, the cutoff marks for AIBE 17 is 38.9 marks out of 98 marks for General and OBC category, and 34.3 marks out of 98 marks for SC/ST/PWD category. Similarly, in the past years, the cutoff marks was dropped to as low as 36 for General/ OBC category and 31 marks for SC/ST/PWD category as the exam authority had deleted 9 questions for AIBE XIV question paper. Read all about AIBE expected cutoff and past year trends here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/aibe-exam-cutoff.

Q:   When will BCI will release AIBE 18 Cutoff 2023-24?

A:

The Bar Council of India will release the AIBE 18 cutoff 2023 along with the AIBE 18 Result 2023. Candidates must note that only those candidates will qualify the AIBE 18 Exam who will be scoring marks equal to or greater than the AIBE Cutoff 2023. The BCI has increased AIBE cutoff from 40 per cent to 45 per cent for general category candidates. However, relaxations are given to candidates from OBC, SC and ST category in the AIBE 18 qualifying cutoff 2023. 

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