AIBE (XIX) 2024 (Latest News): Exam, Registration Date, Notification, Eligibility, Pattern

All India Bar Examination 2024 ( AIBE )

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AIBE 19 exam date 2024 released by BCI along with the official AIBE 19 Notification. AIBE 19 (XIX) Registration Date will be released along with the AIBE 19 notification. In this article, aspirants can find all about AIBE (XIX) 19 2024 including exam dates, notification, application process, exam pattern, syllabus and other details.

AIBE (19) XIX (Latest News): Registration, Exam Date, Eligibility, Pattern

AIBE 19 (XIX) Exam 2024: The Bar Council of India (BCI) is expected to open the AIBE 19 application form this week.  The AIBE XIX application form will be released on the official website along with the AIBE 19 Notification 2024. The All India Bar Examination (AIBE) is a nationwide examination conducted by the Bar Council of India (BCI) for law graduates who wish to practice law in India. AIBE 19 (XIX) is the next iteration of this exam, and it is expected to be held in August 2024. Candidates who have cleared the AIBE exam are awarded a Certificate of Practice by the BCI, which allows them to practice law in India. Therefore, it is essential for law graduates who wish to practice law in India to clear the AIBE exam.

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The AIBE 19 Exam 2024 will have 100 objective-type questions. The AIBE 19 syllabus 2024 will comprise of topics from Constitutional law, Administrative Law, IPC, CrPC, Jurisprudence, IPR Law, family law etc

Q:   Has the exam pattern of AIBE 2024 changed? If so, what are the new changes and how will they affect my preparation?

A:

No, the exam pattern of AIBE 2024 has not been changed as of now. The exam pattern remains the same as previous years, with 100 multiple-choice questions, each carrying one mark, and no negative marking. Candidates should focus on their preparation strategy, which includes studying the syllabus, making a study plan, practicing past year question papers, and keeping themselves updated with the latest legal developments. 

Q:   Has the exam pattern of AIBE 2024 changed?

A:

No, the exam authority, Bar Council of India has not informed about any changes in the exam pattern of AIBE 2024 yet. The exam pattern of AIBE 19 is expected to remain same as the previous sessions. Candidates should note that until AIBE 16 Test-Takers were allowed to carry Bare Acts without short notes/notes/ commentary. However, a confirmation about allowing Bare Acts with/without comments from AIBE 19 onwards or not is to be available from the exam authority once exam date notification is out. Moreover, BCI has tentatively informed that AIBE may be conducted as an online mode exam too. All details of AIBE 19 exam mode, pattern, syllabus and open-book status will be confirmed in the exam notification only.

Q:   Is there negative marking in AIBE Exam?

A:

No, there are no negative marking for wrong answers. Candidates will be given 1 mark for each right answer in AIBE 2024 examination. AIBE Exam consists of 100 questions that must be solved within three hours and thirty mintues time. Candidates must note that they will be awarded one marks for each correct answer, however, any wrong answer, no marks will be deducted. Students must acquire a minimum score of 40 per cent marks in the AIBE Exam to receive the "Certificate of Practice."

Also Read: AIBE 19 Constitutional Law 2024

The BCI will release AIBE (XIX) 19 exam date along with the official AIBE 19 Notification. AIBE 19 (XIX) Registration Date will also be released along with the notification. In this article, aspirants can find all about AIBE 2024 including exam dates, notification, application process, exam pattern, syllabus and other details. 

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The question paper of AIBE is based on core subjects of law such as - Constitutional Law, IPC, CrPC, IEA, Family Law, PIL, Administration, pre-eminant SC judgements, professional ethics and more. Candidates who qualify the examination as per the minimum requirements are issued 'Certificate of Practice' to continue their practice at the courts of law. 

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What is AIBE?

AIBE Exam stands for All India Bar Examination, which is a national-level exam conducted by the Bar Council of India (BCI) for law graduates who want to practice in a court of law in India. Both 3-year LLB and 5-year LLB graduates are eligible to appear in the AIBE exam. Candidates who qualify in the AIBE exam are issued Certificates of Practice (COP) that allow them to practice law in a court of law in India.

Q:   What is the syllabus and exam pattern of the AIBE? What should my preparation strategy be?

A:
The AIBE or the All India Bar Examination is conducted by the Bar Council of India for advocates who have obtained a law degree and wish to practice law in India. Here's an overview of the syllabus and exam pattern of AIBE and a few tips for preparation: Exam Pattern: - The AIBE exam is conducted in an offline mode and has a duration of 3 hours and 30 minutes. - The exam consists of 100 multiple-choice questions. - Each question carries one mark, and there is no negative marking. - The AIBE exam is designed to test a candidate's knowledge of law and their ability to apply legal principles to practical situations. - The exam has questions based on 19 different areas of law, including constitutional law, criminal law, family law, and professional ethics. Syllabus: - Constitutional Law - Indian Penal Code - Code of Criminal Procedure - Code of Civil Procedure - Evidence Act - Alternative Dispute Resolution including Arbitration Act - Family Law - Labour and Industrial Law - Administrative Law - Professional Ethics and Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules - Company Law - Environmental Law - Cyber Law - Intellectual Property Rights - Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Accidents and Consumer Protection Law - Law related to Taxation - Public Interest Litigation - Legal Writing Preparation Strategy: - Make a study plan and stick to it. - Familiarize yourself with the syllabus and exam pattern. - Study each topic thoroughly and make notes. - Practice solving previous year question papers to get a feel of the exam pattern. - Take regular mock tests to evaluate your preparation and identify your strengths and weaknesses. - Focus on improving your weak areas and time management skills. - Stay updated with the latest legal developments and judgements to ensure you have the latest knowledge of the law. - Revise regularly to ensure you retain what you have studied. - Practice writing answers to legal questions to improve your writing skills. It is important to stay focused and dedicated in your preparation for the AIBE exam. It is recommended to attend coaching classes or consult with experts if required. With consistent and well-planned preparation strategy, you can increase your chances of performing well in the AIBE exam and qualify for practice in law.

Q:   What is the analysis of AIBE 18 (XVIII) 2023 paper?

A:

As per the test-takers, the AIBE 18 Question paper 2023 carried precedent case laws, and landmark judgements directly from Bare Acts. Those who have already practiced the previous year's AIBE Question Paper said that the AIBE 18 2023 Question Paper was in similar lines to it. AIBE 18 Exam 2023 difficulty level was moderate. Read complete analysis here: https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/aibe-18-exam-student-reaction-and-paper-analysis-check-exam-difficulty-expected-cut-off-blogId-146061

AIBE 19 (XIX) Exam Pattern 2024: Highlights

Candidates can take a look at the AIBE 19 (XIX) exam pattern overview until more details are provided by the bar council:

AIBE Exam Features

Details

Exam mode

Expected to be held in offline (pen-and-paper) mode

Exam duration

3 hours 

Subjects

19 law subjects

Total questions

100 questions

Type of questions

MCQs

Marking Scheme

  • One mark per question
  • No negative marking in case of wrong attempts

Test medium/language

The candidate can choose from any of the following language options:

  1. English
  2. Assamese,
  3. Bengali,
  4. Gujarati,
  5. Hindi,
  6. Kannada, 
  7. Kashmiri 
  8. Konkani,
  9. Malayalam,
  10. Manipuri,
  11. Marathi,
  12. Nepali
  13. Oriya,
  14. Punjabi,
  15. Sanskrit,
  16. Sindhi,
  17. Tamil,
  18. Telugu,
  19. Urdu
  20. Bodo,
  21. Santhali,
  22. Maithili
  23. Dogri

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AIBE 19 (XIX) 2024 Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of AIBE 19 exam:

Event

Dates

AIBE 19 (XIX) Application 2024 begins 

To be announced

Last date of application

To be announced
AIBE 19 (XIX) Application Correction 2024 To be announced
AIBE XIX (19) Admit cards 2024 To be announced

AIBE (XIX) 19 exam day 2024

To be announced

Official AIBE (XIX) 19 answer key 

To be announced

Release of final answer key

To be announced

Declaration of AIBE (XIX) 19 Result

December 2024 or January 2025

Also Read: AIBE Login 19 (XIX) 2024

AIBE XIX (19) 2024 Eligibility Criteria 

The candidates who want to appear and qualify in AIBE must also fulfill the eligibility criteria to obtain COP. Some of the main elements of AIBE 2024 eligibility criteria are as under: 

  • Candidates must have passed their LLB degree from any recognized university in India, with at least 45 per cent marks for general candidates and 40 per cent marks for SC/ST/PWD candidates
  • Aspirants must have completed their graduation in law at least 3 years before the date of examination.
  • A candidate must be registered with their State Bar Councils as an Advocate (Provisionally). As State Bar Council enrollment is mandatory for AIBE eligibility criteria 2024

Candidates who are appearing for the AIBE exam for the first time must ensure that they fulfill the eligibility criteria as specified by the BCI. If a candidate is found ineligible at any stage, their application will be rejected and their exam fee will not be refunded. Therefore, it is important to carefully review the eligibility criteria before applying for the AIBE exam. Candidates who are not enrolled as an advocate with the State Bar Council, will not be able to apply for AIBE 2024. 

AIBE (19) 2024 Application Form

The Bar Council of India will release the  AIBE 19 Application Form along with AIBE Notification 2024. Candidates who are eligible to appear for AIBE 19 Exam will be able to apply online at - barcouncilofindia.org. They need to register for AIBE 2024 will their name, mobile number, email ID, SBC enrollment number and date of birth. Once registered, candidates will have to fill the application form of AIBE 2024 as under:

  • Basic details - Parent's name, category, language of AIBE test paper, test centre choice etc.
  • Academic details - Matriculation, Intermediate, Graduation, and LLB degree details
  • Uploading documents - Photograph and Signature
  • Fee payment - Using e-payment methods. 

How to apply for AIBE 19 Application Form 2024?

Candidates can apply for AIBE (XIX) 2024-25 by following the simple steps given below:

Step 1: Registration - Visit the official website of AIBE and click on the registration link. Fill in the online registration form with the following details:

  • Enrollment state
  • Enrollment number
  • Name
  • Mobile number
  • Email ID
  • Category

After submitting the registration form, an OTP will be sent to the registered email address.

Step 2: Fill AIBE Application Form - Candidates can check the details to enter on AIBE application form 2024-25 below:

  • Name
  • Gender
  • Father's/Husband's name
  • Date of birth
  • Permanent address
  • Email ID
  • Mobile number
  • Test center preferences (at least 3)
  • Choice of test paper language (any 1 from available languages)
  • Academic qualification details (Matriculation, Intermediate/Class 12, Graduation, LLB degree, Master's degree/any other qualification)

Step 3: Upload Documents - Candidates need to upload the following documents:

  • Photograph (jpg/jpeg, 100 px*150 px/200 KB max size)
  • Signature (jpg/jpeg, 50 px*150 px/200 KB max size)

Step 4: AIBE XIX (19) 2024-25 registration fee - The application fee for AIBE 19 2024 can be paid in online mode only using any of the e-payment methods. The application fee can be paid in cash along with bank charges as under:

Category

Application Fee (in INR)

All categories i.e. General/OBC/Gen-PWD/OBC-PWD

INR 3,500 (exclusing GST and other charges)

SC/ST/SC-PWD/ST-PWD categories

INR 2,500 (excluding GST and other charges)

Step 5: AIBE XIX (19) application form 2024-25 submission - Candidates have to download their submitted application form once all the steps above are complete. Candidates need not send the hard copy of the AIBE XIX (19) application form to the official address.

AIBE 19 (XIX) Syllabus 2024: Important Topics

As per the weightage, the following topics from AIBE 19 (XIX) syllabus are the most important: 

  • Criminal Procedure Code with 10 marks 
  • Code of Civil Procedure with 10 marks 
  • Constitutional Law with 10 marks 
  • Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act with 8 marks 
  • IPC with 8 marks 
  • Evidence Act with 8 marks 
  • Family Law with 8 marks 
  • Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicles Act and Consumer Protection Law with 5 marks

AIBE XIX (19) Exam Pattern 2024

The exam authority will release the exam pattern including mode of examination, subjects, weightage, type of questions and other details soon. Candidates planning to appear for AIBE 2024 must check the exam pattern to understand what to expect and prepare accordingly. Take a look at key details of AIBE 2024 exam pattern as under:

AIBE Exam Features

Details

Exam mode

Offline, pen-and-paper exam, and Online, computer-based test mode.

Exam duration

3 hours (20 minutes extra for PWD candidates with 40% or more disability)

Subjects

19 law subjects

Total questions

100 questions

Type of questions

Multiple choices based questions 

Marking Scheme

One mark per question

No negative marking in case of wrong attempts

AIBE 19 (XIX) 2024 Syllabus

The syllabus of AIBE 19 (XIX) 2024-25 will be shared by the exam authority soon. Generally, the question paper is based on the following subjects:

  • Constitutional Law
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Criminal Procedure Code
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Evidence Act
  • Alternate Dispute Redressal Including Arbitration Act
  • Family Law
  • Public Interest Litigation
  • Administrative Law
  • Professional Ethics and Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI Rules
  • Company Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Cyber Law
  • Labour and Industrial Laws
  • Law of Tort including Motor Vehicles Act and Consumer Protection Law
  • Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act
  • Law-Related Taxation 
  • Land Acquisition Act
  • Intellectual Property Law

AIBE question paper includes recent judgements based on these 19 law subjects. 

Also Read: Important Topics for AIBE 19 (XIX) Syllabus 2024 - Weightage, Landmark Judgements and More

Check AIBE 19 (XIX) Question Papers:

Candidates preparing for AIBE must download the previous year question paper to acquaint with the exam pattern and time duration. To download the AIBE question papers, candidates must follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Visit the link provided- AIBE Exam Question Papers
  2. Select the sample paper to be downloaded and click on 'download' tab
  3. Candidates must login if they are not logged in
  4. Screen will now display the AIBE sample paper
  5. Download the question paper

Note: BCI releases the AIBE question paper along with the provisional answer key on the official website of the exam. After the AIBE 2024 question papers and answer keys is released, the candidates will be able to check all the questions and the keys.

AIBE 19 (XIX) 2024 Answer Key: Download PDF, Raise Objections, and Check Question Papers

The BCI will release the AIBE 2024 answer key in the form of a PDF on the official website.No login details are needed to download the AIBE answer key. Candidates can check the AIBE answer key on the official website of the exam in form of a PDF. The direct links and pdf files for AIBE XIX answer key will also provided on this page above. Candidates can download the answer key by following the simple steps given below.

  1. Go to the official website of BCI at barcouncilofindia.org.
  2. Click on AIBE 2024 Answer Key.
  3. Then, click on the download link of the answer key for AIBE 19 exam
  4. After that, click on the download PDF link once the answer key of All India Bar Examination opens, and get it in your device.

How to raise objections in AIBE 19 (XIX) Answer Key 2024:

Candidates can raise objections in the provisional answer key of AIBE 19 by following the steps given below:

  1. Click on the Objection filing link given above.
  2. You will be redirected to an "AIBE Objection' form.
  3. Complete the following actions:
    * Select your Paper Code (A, B, C, or D)
    * Select the Question Number
    * The official answer will be automatically populated
    * Fill in your answer
    * Put in remarks, if any
    * Finally, attach a file with proof for your answer
  4. Submit the AIBE XIX objection form.

Calculate AIBE 19 (XIX) Score 2024:

Candidates must note that in AIBE, one mark is allotted for every correct answer. There is no negative marking for questions marked incorrect or left unanswered. According to the AIBE 19 syllabus 2024, there are 19 topics (law) from which questions will be framed in the certification exam. Note that the weightage carried by these topics is unequal. Therefore, candidates must use their preparation time judiciously.

AIBE XIX (19) Result 2024-25

The results of AIBE exam are declared after clarifying all the objections received on the answer key. The results are published on the official website - allindiabarexamination.com. Candidates are considered qualified for AIBE if they meet the AIBE 19 (XIX) qualifying marks 2024 as under:

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

AIBE XVIII (19) Cutoff 2024-25

Although there are no cutoff marks for AIBE, but after revisions in the answer key, the minimum marks are revised. Take a look at the previous years cut off trends for AIBE

AIBE edition

General/OBC

SC/ ST

AIBE XIX

40 marks (expected cutoff)

35 marks (expected cutoff)

AIBE XVIII

40 marks (expected cutoff)

35 marks (expected cutoff)

AIBE XVII 

40 marks 

35 marks 

AIBE XVI

40 marks

35 marks

AIBE XV 

40 marks

35 marks

AIBE 14 

36 marks (after results were revised and total marks were cutdown to 91)

31 marks (revised)

AIBE 13 

39 marks

34 marks

AIBE 12 

38 marks

33 marks

AIBE 2024 Certificate of Practice 

The candidates who qualify AIBE 2024 will be issued Certificate of Practice. The COPs are generally issued within 60 days of AIBE results. Candidates will be able to obtain COP from their state bar council once notified by the bar council. Now, BCI also issues AIBE COPs in online mode via AIBESCOPE mobile application. Take a look at COP format: 

FAQs on AIBE 19 (XIX)

Is AIBE exam easy or difficult?

As per the exam analysis of AIBE question paper in the previous years, the question paper of AIBE is generally moderately difficult with major focus on current events in law domain with respect to core legal subjects. Every year, AIBE exam is expected to be of easy to moderate difficulty level. However, BCI plans to make testing parameters stricter, in upcoming sessions, therefore, candidates can expect it a bit tougher than past years. Candidates can find out difficulty level of AIBE over the last few years here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/aibe-exam-analysis.

What is the importance of the AIBE exam?

The main objective for law graduates who want to begin practising as lawyers, the Bar Council of India conducts the All India Bar Examination AIBE twice a year The exam is given in 53 cities with 140 testing locations. The exam is given to determine a candidates fundamental level of knowledge and to establish the minimal standard for beginning legal practice, in addition to determining the analytical abilities of the candidate. The Bar Council of India grants the candidate a Certificate of practice once they pass the All India Bar Examination. Exam participants who meet the qualifications may attend court proceedings in any tribunals, courts, or administrative bodies.

Can one practise law without passing the bar examination?

No, Since Qualifying AIBE (All India Bar Exam) is essential to practice law in India. Students cannot practice in a court of law without a Certificate of Practice, issued only after qualifying All India Bar Exam. Students can practice for two years after provisional enrollment but they must be eligible for the All India Bar Exam if they want to appear before the courts. For more information, you may visit the Shiksha All India Bar Exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/law/aibe-exam). I hope this will help you.

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