AIBE 17 exam: Nearly one lakh candidates will take the AIBE exam this year, which will be held at 150 centers in 50 cities across the country.
The Bar Association of India (BCI) has released the Syllabus, Paper Model for the All India Bar Examination, AIBE 17. This year, the AIBE examination will be held in both pencil and pencil paper-based test as well as in computerized (online) mode.
According to the published syllabus, there will be questions on
- Constitutional Law – 10,
- Indian Penal Code – 8,
- Criminal Procedure Code – 10,
- Civil Procedure Code – 10,
- Law of Evidence – 8,
- Alternative Settlement of Disputes, including Arbitration Act – 4,
- Family Law – 8,
- Public Interest Litigation – 4,
- Administration Act – 3,
- Professional Ethics and Malpractice Matters under Indian Bar Association Rules – 4,
- Corporate Law – 2,
- Environmental Law – 2,
- Cyber Law – 2,
- Labor and Employment Law – 4,
- Tort Law including Law motor vehicle and consumer protection law – 5,
- Tax law – 4,
- Contract law, specific measures, property law, negotiable instruments law – 8,
- Land acquisition law – 2,
- Intellectual property Laws- 2.
The exam will be 100 points and will be conducted in English s, 22 other regional languages: Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmir, Konkani, Malayalam, Manipuri, Nepali Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Bodo, Santali, Mait Hili and Dogri .
Nearly one lakh candidates will take the AIBE exam this year, which will be held at 150 centers in 50 cities nationwide. The Bar Association of India has recently launched a tender to conduct the All India Bar Examinations.
“The Bar Association of India, through its Trust-Bar Council of India, Pearl First, invites bidders to bring together/contract well-known and experienced companies/firms/agencies with experience in conducting of various Pan India examinations for conducting the All India Bar Examination of the Bar Council of India at centers across India,” the AIBE notice mentioned.
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