The Bar Council of India has not too long ago introduced that the AIBE XVI Examination will now not be an open e-book examination. Candidates showing for the All Indian Bar Examination (AIBE) XVI 2021 is not going to be allowed to hold any books, notes to the examination centre. However, they will nonetheless carry the Bare acts with out notes to the examination corridor. Aspirants showing for the upcoming AIBE examination can test the declaration on the official web site, allindiaboardexamination.com.
The notification states “This is to inform that AIBE-XVI onwards No books, notes or research materials can be allowed within the examination corridor. Candidates can solely carry Bare Acts with out notes”.
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Earlier on this announcement, candidates have been allowed to hold textbooks/ research materials to the AIBE examination centre. As per this notification, the examination will no longer be an open e-book examination anymore. Candidates can now solely carry naked acts with out notes. Bare acts are the “precise textual content of a selected enactment by the legislature”. Bar Council of India’s this step to take away open textbook examination standing will take the examination a bit of harder.
Moreover, All India Bar Examination is an offline examination. It is performed for a length of 03 hours and half-hour. In this time length, candidates have to aim 02 sections of AIBE examination. Also, aspirants have 11 languages – Bengali, Gujarati, Odiya, Hindi, Marathi, Assamese, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, English, Telegu. The questions are requested within the format of the multiple-choice questions whereby just one possibility is the right reply. The AIBE examination is performed for 100 questions carrying one marks every. As per the out there knowledge, there is no such thing as a unfavourable marking within the AIBE examination.
To qualify for this examination, candidates should safe a minimal of 40% marks (37 marks and above) within the All Indian Bar Council Examination. However, the passing marks are relaxable for the reserved class candidate. Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe college students should safe a minimal of 35% marks that are 32 marks out of 100 marks to qualify for the examination.
The examination for All Indian Bar Council assesses the aspirant’s capability to understand primary data of Law and their analytical skills. On qualifying for the examination, candidates are awarded the certificates of observe by Bar Council of India (BCI). However, those that are unable to clear the examination will nonetheless stay enrolled with the State Bar Council as advocates however not practising legal professionals.
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