The last date for registration for All India Bar Examination (AIBE) has been extended once again. The last date to register is now 25th September. Earlier, the last date for registration was 15 September. Candidates who have not yet registered can register online by visiting the official website of AIBE allindiabarexamination.com. As per the revised schedule, the last date for payment of examination fees is till September 28, 2021. Candidates can fill the online form till October 4, 2021. The exam will be conducted on October 31, 2021. However, the information about when the admit card will be issued is not yet available. Earlier, the admit cards for the exam were scheduled to be released on October 4.
What is All India Bar Examination?
All India Bar Examination (AIBE) is a national level law examination. It is necessary to pass this exam to practice after completing law studies in India. Graduate students in the field of law have to take this exam. Apart from this, final year students can also appear in this exam. This exam is conducted at the national level. Earlier, the All India Bar Examination XV (AIBE-XV) was conducted on January 24, 2021. This exam was conducted in 52 cities across the country. For this, the examination was conducted at 140 centers, in which about 120,000 advocates appeared.
How to register for AIBE 16 exam
Candidates will be able to register for the exam with the help of the simple steps given below.
step 1: First of all go to the official website allindiabarexamination.com.
Step 2: Then click on the link of registration given on the website.
Step 3: After this, register by filling your name, father’s name, mobile, email and other information.
Step 4: Now login and fill your application form.
Step 5: Upload photo and sign.
Step 6: After that submit the application fee.
Step 7: After completing all the process take the print of the application.
About Bar Council of India (BCI)
The Bar Council of India is a professional regulatory body in India that regulates legal business and legal education in India. It is an autonomous organization. This council sets the standards of professional conduct and etiquette and legal education. The Bar Council of India was formed under Section 4 of the Advocates Act 1961.