AIBE Entrance Exam
AIBE Entrance Exam – The objective of The All India Bar Examination (AIBE Entrance Exam) is to examine an advocate’s capability to practice the profession of law in India. The AIBE will assess skills at a basic level, and is intended to set a minimum benchmark for admission to the practice of law; it addresses a candidate’s analytical abilities and understanding basic knowledge of law.
- Education: Candidates should hold a three- or five-year LLB degree from a recognised institute or university
- Enrollment with State Bar Councils: Candidates should be enrolled as advocates with their respective State Bar Councils, under Section 24 (1) (f) of Advocates Act, 1961
- Age bar: There is no upper or lower age limit to apply for the exam
- Rs 3,560 for General/OBC category
- Rs 2,560 for SC/ST category
- Mode of Exam: The exam is offline (OMR) mode.
- Language: You can choose 11 languages for attempting the examination.
- Type of Questions: Multiple choice questions are asked in the examination.
- Number of Questions: Total of 100 question.
- Duration of Exam: 3 hours.
- Marking Scheme: Each question will 1 mark.
- Negative Marking: There will be no negative marking.
- Appearing for the AIBE exam is mandatory for all law graduates who have completed their degree in or after 2010. However, advocates who have graduated in the year 2009 or before are exempted from taking the exam to practice law.
- General/ OBC category – 40% marks out of total marks
- SC/ ST category – 35% marks out of total marks.